Obama Clinton the Dis and Gusting

Go Ahead, Make ...

Go Ahead, Make …

This is rich. One consummate liar vouching for the total dishonesty of another consummate liar. But it is all either of them have to retain a “legacy.” Dis and Gusting, combined. Any president (faux fraud or otherwise) who endorses a candidate from any party who has knowingly violated rules of preserving records doesn’t need to be president. This endorsement is telling about the character of this man and this woman. Obama: “I’ve seen her judgement. I’ve seen her toughness.” Translation: “When the Clinton’s revealed just how much dirt they had on me in 2008 I was forced to promise her the post of Secretary of State.” Yes, and America witnessed the murder of four brave Americans because Hillary was more interested in saving Obama’s ass in an election.

This might be a good thing, actually. Everything Obama touches turns to lead, and people he endorses have a tendency to lose. In the midterms, Dems were keeping an arm’s length from him for just that reason. For instance:

    • Worst GDP performance of any prior president.
    • More debt accumulated than all prior presidents combined.
    • Most people on government assistance in history.
    • Worst unemployment since the great depression and…
    • …there stands Shrillary vowing to stay the course president FecaI Midas has charted.

Anyone who would vote for her is an idiot of the highest possible order.

Just too close for comfort .. Each hiding secrets from one another.

Just too close for comfort .. Each hiding secrets from one another.

Mutually Assured Destruction, 21st century style – OBO the Clown Prince of Fools and ShrillaryBubba have enough dirt on each other to occupy adjoining cells in Leavenworth. Sample “intellect” from Shrillary: “My accomplishments as Secretary of State? Look, I see my role as secretary, and in fact, leadership in general in a democracy, as a relay race. I mean, you run the best race you can run, you hand off the baton.” Clinton went on to cite the administration’s ability to exhibit “solid leadership” around the world while simultaneously dealing with the domestic economic crisis in her response. Critics also chided Clinton for her response to the question in an interview with ABC News in June 2014.

“I’ve seen her judgment, I’ve seen her toughness” says Obama. So have I. Her judgment got Americans killed and set the Middle East on fire. Her toughness? She can’t handle her booze or stay upright, or stop that coughing cackle; plus she’s an aging 69-year-old grandmother who should be retired in GITMO.

Bottom line question the DemoMarxists refuse to answer …What has Shrillary achieved as a U.S. Senator and as Secretary Of State? There is nothing, zero, nada, that she has accomplished. Except the same lying demeanor of the guy who now all of a sudden is lavishly endorsing her.

Obama is the kiss of death, always on the wrong side of what made America great.


From bitter rivals to then allies and colleagues, President Obama plans to tell the story of how he eventually warmed up to Clinton – to make the case that the country should too. Obama and Clinton will appear together for the first time this campaign cycle on Tuesday, where they will show of a new phase of their storied relationship: co-dependents.

Clinton’s chances of winning the White House hinge on rallying Obama’s coalition to her cause. Obama’s legacy depends on her success. Eight years after they spent millions tearing each other down in pursuit of the White House, they will now spend countless words and four months selling each other to the public.

The foe-to-friend story will be at the center of the Obama-Clinton show in Charlotte, North Carolina, aides to both say. Talking to Politico earlier this week, White House communications director Jen Psaki noted how Obama is Clinton’s ‘highest profile convert.’

While Obama and Clinton had served in the U.S. Senate together, Clintonworld collectively scoffed when Obama, a first-term senator from Illinois who had previously served in the state senate, threw his hat in the presidential ring in February 2007.

But a year later, after improbably winning the Iowa caucuses, Obama’s candidacy had taken off. He had happily grabbed the ‘change’ mantle while Clinton underplayed the fact that upon her election she would be the first female president of the United States.

Their dislike for each other was palatable with Obama saying Clinton was ‘likable enough’ during one of the Democratic primary debates.  Throughout the spring the two Democrats had a protracted and bitter primary with Clinton eventually throwing in the towel in early June, endorsing Obama at the same time.

Continues in MailOnline…