Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Why the Great El-ahrairah won't be voting for Hillary Clinton

A recent Mason-Dixon poll found that 52% of the American electorate would not vote for Hillary Clinton, no matter what. You can count the Great El-ahrairah among that 52% of Americans and here are my reasons why.

1) As David Geffen said (and I paraphrase) “All politicians lie, but the Clintons do is so easily that it is disturbing”. Having lived thru eight years of the lies of Bill Clinton, I really don’t want to repeat the exercise. (Notice to liberals: I don't want to hear any comments about the "lies" of Bush-Cheney. When you take responsiblilty and address those lies propagated by Mr. "I did not have sex with that woman" during his eight-years in office, then we will talk. Until then, pound sand.)

2) Everything she does has an ulterior motive. She just recently discussed how her faith got her thru the tough times during her marriage. That’s all well and good, but is this really true or is this just another example of the Clinton’s saying what they think their audience wants to here. Over at BlameBush!, Larry the Liberal gives a good example about how her newfound prefession of faith is only too convenient.

3) President Clinton’s “HillaryCare” universal healthcare fiasco of his first term. ‘Nuff said.

4) Gay marriage, embryonic research, immigration, tax increases, etc. Hillary is an unreformed lefty and will make sure that all these items are forced down our throats.

5) The Clinton Legacy. There are still many documents in the national archives which are very embarrassing to the Clinton’s about their response (or lack thereof) to the threat that Osama Bin Laden posed the United States during the 1990’s. With Hillary as president, they won’t need someone like Sandy “Slap on the Hands” Berger to smuggle potentially embarrassing classified documents out of the national archives to cover their butts. She'll be able to do it herself at her leisure.

6) Who will be really in charge? During 1992, when her husband was running for president, he bragged that if you voted for him, you got both of them (the famous “Vote for one, get two” quote). Electing Hillary as president could be a thinly-disguised attempt to circumvent the 2-presidential term limit amendment (Amendment 22) to the Constitution. Of course, this could be rather amusing if President Hillary does something that former President Bill does not approve of. Would he go on TV to criticize his wife? Knowing Bill Clinton, maybe.

7) If Hillary Clinton becomes the next president of the United States, it could be called The Revenge of the Woman Scorned. Any man who has gone thru divorce court proceedings (such as myself) can testify to the truthfulness of the phrase “Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned”. Thanks to Bill Clinton’s philandering ways, Hillary already has the world’s largest chip on her shoulder against men. This will probably manifest itself in her selection of cabinet posts (half of whom would probably be women). I wouldn’t be surprised if she selected a gay woman as Secretary of Defense just to stick it to the Y-chromosome population of the United States. In fact, if Hillary gets elected president, all men can just stand by. Hillary will embark on a 4-year anti-male jihad and will not rest until all traces of Y-chromosome are stamped out of the population. Think I’m exaggerating? What better way for her to get even with her philandering husband, emasculating the rest of the male population and then placing the blame on him. You can kiss the Bill Clinton legacy goodbye.


These are just seven reasons why I will never vote for Hillary Clinton. There are probably more, but these are the only ones that come to the top of head right now.

The article also states that 46% of Americans would never vote for Mitt Romney. That may be well and good, but hopefully, Hillary’s 52% and Mitt’s 46% are not the same group of voters. If that is the case, you can say hello to President Romney.

2 Comments:

At 10:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mormons have a problem with homosexuality, yet they practiced polygamy, now that's funny.

 
At 9:01 PM, Blogger The Great El-ahrairah said...

I guess I don't see what the connection between homosexuality and polygamy is. Homosexuality is a deviant sexual practice and polygamy is the practice of having more than one wife, sex or lack there of not withstanding.

Unfortunately, when one talks about polygamy nowadays, one thinks immediately about the sexual aspect and not the other aspects. If this was just some way of "hooking up" for a night of anonymous sex, then you would be right in assuming that it was a deviant sexual practice. However, the men and women who practiced polygamy treated it as what is was for them, a normal marriage, and the husband was responsible for the financial well-being of all his wives and children. Looking on the practice today, I cannot imagine how my ancestors were able to live as polygamists. I know that I would have problems living as a polygamist and trying to keep two or more wives happy. As has been pointed out in many publications, although the church practiced polygamy, not all members of the church were required to do so. It was also not a requirement of being saved in the highest glory, this last teaching being added by splinter groups after the LDS Church discontinued the practice.

Ergo, the bottom line is homosexuality has nothing to do with polygamy, but if you want to criticize the LDS Church, the difference between the two is no obstacle.

 

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