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Monday, December 03, 2018

Clintons on sale: 90% off

Just a note to my readers in Sugar Land, Texas. Tomorrow is "An Evening With The Clintons" at the Smart Financial Centre.

Those of you who waited to purchase your tickets to see a power couple from the last century are in luck. Prices for some of the tickets have been sliced by 90% or more.



When the tour was announced two months ago, the cheapest seats were $70.

Now, $6 gets you in.

The cheapest Cleveland Cavaliers ticket is $24 -- and that's without LeBron James on the team.

To be fair, he's not with the Clintons on this tour either.

Thomas Lifson wrote, "Apparently, the Clintons' political life is set to end not with a bang, but a whimper.  I wonder what kind of envy Bill and Hillary Clinton experienced over the jam-packed arenas – with thousands listening outside – that President Trump always has, as they gazed out at the more than 15,000 empty seats facing them last night in Toronto on their stadium speaking tour.  Even though curtains were erected cutting the arena in half, the vacant seats far outnumbered the occupied ones.  The U.K. Daily Mail reports that 3,300 tickets were sold in the Scotiabank Arena, which holds 19,800, 16.6% of capacity."

They have receded from a power couple to a couple of the powerless.

I am sure they got paid upfront. My hope is whoever put this wingding together loses money. Bigly.

Graphic via Reddit_The_Donald.

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19 comments:

  1. In the book deals, unions and lobbyists buy mass quantities of the books and plow them under in landfills. When it comes to filling seats, as Yogi Berra said "If the people don’t want to come out to the ballpark, nobody’s going to stop them."

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    1. Good point. "Friendly" book purchases were part of the reason Congressman Jim Wright of Texas had to resign as Speaker of the House (and from Congress altogether) back in the late '80s.

      At least now the unions and lobbyists can buy Kindle versions of the books and won't have to worry about filling the trash dumps or transport.

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    2. In south Texas, near the border, the books would be bundled onto pallets and sold to the highest bidder so more often than not they are shipped south of the border to be made into toilet paper as transportation costs are less then north of the border... and any cash goes quietly into the pocket of city employees

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    3. are less than instead of are less then

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  2. Maybe all those millions of dead Republicans and illegal aliens vote for Hillary because they have been promised that they won't have to listen to her. Or her rapist pedophile husband, either.

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  3. Or, as Spinal Tap manager Ian Faith would say, Their appeal has become more selective.

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  4. In Georgia the Dem/Soros/Left had to recruit and pay attendees for even Obama's speechifying at Morehouse which, for those who don't know, is a black college in Atlanta. Still, even at $15 they couldn't fill a high school size gymnasium.

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    1. We'd never know that through the mainstream media. They're still trying to prop him up.

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    2. That's the best part.

      Both Willie and Zippy are sociopaths. They crave the adulation. Desperate for it, actually.

      When Willie was disgraced (after Monica and before the Bushes took him on), in the aftermath of 9/11, he'd go to Ground Zero, looking for widows to hug and feel their pain.

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  5. Maureen Dowd was even more brutal...twenty years too late.

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  6. "My hope is whoever put this wingding together loses money."

    All part of the cost of doing business in modern American gov't
    JimNorCal

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    1. All part of the cost of doing business in modern American gov't

      And, I suppose, that makes it deductible from gross taxable income? Ironic.

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  7. Who says there's no justice?

    You want to hurt those two, you hit 'em in the pocketbook.

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    1. I think Bill is afraid to tell Bribe Me-Granny the dream is over. She's gone full-Nora Desmond.

      Never go full-Nora Desmond.

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  8. Since I'm in Sugar Land, I may run over there tonight and take a picture of the empty parking lot and see if SFC will give me a head count. Unfortunately, our county went blue in the last election but I doubt many people will pay to see Billary.

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  9. Not even if the six dollars was going from their pocket to mine.

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  10. At 1 Large a minute, aka 10 crisp C-notes, paid up front to me, I might consider enduring as many minutes of these two funky fucks blather, though I likely am not greedy or needy enough to last a full hour.

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  11. rajaremi
    adalah agen judi online terlengkap dan terpercaya

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