Don Blankenship responds to @HillaryClinton's criticism pic.twitter.com/4Qp0O6Yika
— Amy Chozick (@amychozick) May 3, 2016
Mr. Blankenship was rather more polite than I would have been. I saw the video of The Many-Titted Empress's remarks, and her sneering, snide remarks were reprehensible. She had a genuinely despicable look and tone to her. You could tell she really is a ruthless, conniving she-devil. Watching her in that video was chilling, like peering into the depths of hell. And I do believe he was railroaded (or maybe more like scapegoated). I wish him the best in his appeal. - Elric
I saw a video clip yesterday of Hillary sitting at a table talking to a coal miner, as she launched into her "I feel your pain" routine. What came to mind at that point was the too-funny parody cartoon from the 2008 election (I think) of Hillary-in-leather as the bondage mistress holding whip in hand: first she hurts you and then she tells you she feels your pain! Let me ask: who's feeling (and enjoying) the pain more? The out of work coal miners or Hillary?
That's gonna leave a mark.All the union guys out of work the last 8 years will see that, count on it.
Lefties do LOVE them some railroading.
So much is made of Trump's supposed problem with women. How about Clinton's monumental problem with men?
A lot of women don't like her either.
Hillary feeds two bad stereotypes. Men don't like women who go around threatening to castrate them, even if it may not (always) be meant to be taken literally. And women don't like pushy women with vulgar mouths who throw their weight around and try too hard to act like a tough guy.