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Saturday, May 28, 2016

Trump made Crooked Clinton stick

It stuck. Donald Trump named her "Crooked Clinton" and now that is what they are calling her.

The RNC's new ad calls her that.



This is a fine development for politics, but also for society. You cannot call a woman a crook because well, because you male chauvinist pig. That's misogyny, right?

Wrong.

The way people end political correctness is to refuse to use it. Conservatives are learning they no longer have to be cowed into speaking with the liberal-approved vocabulary. This is free speech. Yes, you can call a crook a crook, especially after her cattle future windfall, Whitewater, the Clinton Foundation, and so on.

Trump has taken over the Republican Party nationally. The party has rocked on the state-level in most states, but now the national party is shedding its Democrat Lite baggage. The party is following Trump's lead, just as the nation will follow President Trump.

Left or right or middle, most Americans wanted neither a Bush nor a Clinton this year. Trump's the alternative. He knocked out Jeb. She's next.

And yes, her name from now on is Crooked Clinton. Kudos to the RNC for acknowledging that.


6 comments:

  1. It's probably the name on her passport already.

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  2. When a name like that sticks, it's always a bad sign.

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  3. It's good to see the RNC on our side, for a change.

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  4. That name is the antithesis of "Honest Abe".

    I'm not sure I can quite visualize that as a moniker for her opponent, but I CAN see him in a "last, best hope" role.

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  5. Crooked Hillary not Crooked Clinton. The former alliteration is important. He floated Heartless Hillary and actually got people debating whether she was more crooked or more heartless.

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  6. Crooked Hillary not Crooked Clinton. The former alliteration is important. He floated Heartless Hillary and actually got people debating whether she was more crooked or more heartless.

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