Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

So What Did Hillary Say at Her Big Speech?

Hey, good news, Hillary is gonna fix everything. Come her coronation, we’ll all be eating chocolate rainbows out of unicorn butts.

Hillary Clinton called for a new era of shared prosperity in America and told thousands at a presidential campaign rally Saturday that workers can trust her to fight for them. “It’s America’s basic bargain,” Clinton said. “If you do your part, you ought to be able to get ahead, and when everybody does their part, America gets ahead too. That bargain inspired generations of American families, including my own.”

Clinton portrayed herself as a fierce advocate for those left behind after the recession.

It is inspiring to hear that story of the American Dream. Let’s look at Hillary’s blue collar life of hard work. She went to exclusive Wellesley College in 1965 and then to Yale Law School in 1973. She worked as a lawyer, with Congress and in private practice until 1979, when she became a ward of the public, i.e., First Lady of Arkansas while Bill was governor, then eight years on the public dole in the White House, mixed in with a stint on the board of directors of Wal-Mart and several other corporations.

This advocate for those left behind did little real work and served the same corporations that helped leave those people behind.

Hillary also said she would support a constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court decision lifting on caps on campaign funding known as Citizens United.

Better yet, she announced she would rewrite the tax code so that it rewards hard work, and not quick equities trades or money stashed away overseas.

One would hope she’d not wait for that amendment, or the tax code reboot, and instead stop accepting money from big interests and political pacs. Clinton plans to collect and spend some two billion in her campaign. Luckily she won’t owe any Wall Street donors any favors after that.

You know the rest. Anyway, she’s a fighter, going to be the first woman president, grandmother, also Bill.