HC on BHO: ‘His word isn’t worth sh*t…”

This is Hillary but it is probably half the Democrats as well: ‘No hand on the f***ing tiller’: The moment Hillary Clinton let loose on Obama during booze-fueled rant, new book reveals. They all know, every single Democrat, but not one is brave enough to say it in public. And for those who contemplating the momentum towards Michelle for President, which is clearly in the eye of the President, there is this at the end:

After Hillary resigned, the Clintons came to the conclusion that Barack had no intention of helping Hillary ascend to the presidency.

‘”He’s convinced himself he’s been a brilliant president, and wants to clone himself — to find his Mini-Me,”‘ Bill Clinton is said to have told he and Hillary’s daughter Chelsea.

‘”He’s hunting for someone to succeed him, and he believes the American people don’t want to vote for someone who’s been around for a long time. He thinks that your mother and I are what he calls ‘so 20th century’. He’s looking for ­another Barack Obama.”‘

You will not be surprised that the story is from The Daily Mail and not USA Today.

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38 Responses to HC on BHO: ‘His word isn’t worth sh*t…”

  1. hoppers

    Obama has been a disaster for the USA, as would Hillary. Time for the Democrats to find a new JFK.

  2. Percy

    Obama has been a disaster for the USA world

  3. Tel

    The pot’s really getting nasty towards the kettle these days, I wonder what set that off?

  4. Gab

    contemplating the momentum towards Michelle for President

    You’ve got to be kidding?

  5. C.L.

    What a surprise.

    Two Arkansas natives – one nicknamed Bubba – hate the negro president.

  6. gnasher

    This man is a disaster….coming to a country near you soon.

  7. coz

    uh this notion has been around in CT (conspiracy theory) for some time, but CT is where we speculate idly and wildly, thass what we do there. Not sure what it means at this blog, it’s a ‘no comment’ from me.

  8. Gowest

    In times past they sought Monarchs from other countries – Wills and Kate are the obvious cadidates!

  9. gnasher

    CL
    ‘What a surprise.

    Two Arkansas natives – one nicknamed Bubba – hate the negro president.’

    The man is useless, you blaming the useless Clintons for this nutter?
    He has white blood…how come he ain’t classed as white?

    FMD

  10. coz

    aw the daily fail and other fake news outlets are constantly cruising CT (conspiracy theory) for anything they can fill their empty spaces with, it’s all free so why wouldn’t they. That’s what red tops do, they specialise in the ‘i was so shocked and horrified’, ‘aliens ate my baby’ type of story and there’s this rich free resource of that called conspiracy theory.

    I and bubba is gonna wait and see on this one.

  11. .

    Gowest
    #1362433, posted on June 27, 2014 at 11:08 pm
    In times past they sought Monarchs from other countries – Wills and Kate are the obvious cadidates!

    Lay off the NyQuil.

    Britain is a near fascist toilet. Monarchy for people who have been republicans for centuries is a vulgar folk custom of inbred folk. Let America flourish under President like Ryan or Paul who would let Americans make more personal and fiscal choices for themselves.

  12. Leo G

    “He’s looking for ­another Barack Obama.”

    But Isn’t Bo Portuguese?

  13. Nic

    As if the Clintons are better, snort

  14. Pedro the Ignorant

    The Americans were better off under King. George III.

  15. Cold-Hands

    In times past they sought Monarchs from other countries – Wills and Kate are the obvious cadidates!

    They wouldn’t accept- he’s already in line for a throne. Ask Harry.

  16. None

    The Clintons have always hated Obama. Especially after Obama’s dirty tricks campaign against Hilary in the Democrat primaries.

    He’s convinced himself he’s been a brilliant president, and wants to clone himself — to find his Mini-Me,

    This I’d believe, whoever said it. But I wouldn’t discount the Michelle, even though some of us have money on that she will leave the Kenyan at the first politically expedient opportunity.

    God I so want America back.

  17. johanna

    Two Arkansas natives – one nicknamed Bubba – hate the negro president.

    Bullshit. Whatever Bill Clinton’s faults, being a racist was not one of them. He was and is the kind of guy who can talk to anyone from the garbage collector to Vlad Putin, without missing a beat. I saw a service in a negro church in Arkansas where he was in the congregation, and he thoroughly enjoyed it, joined in the singing, and won every vote in the place. You can’t fake that.

    As for Hillary, she was born and grew up in Illinois.

    Really C.L., there are plenty of facts to support your views without letting outright falsehoods with racist overtones intrude into them. It only weakens your position.

  18. Fisky

    Really C.L., there are plenty of facts to support your views without letting outright falsehoods with racist overtones intrude into them. It only weakens your position.

    You completely missed the point that it was the Clinton campaign which was putting out the racial overtones. The Birther movement wasn’t some nonsense cooked up by the GOP but came straight from the Clintons.

  19. johanna

    Fisky – huh? What?

    Time to switch to not-quite vaudeville:

    Peter Gunn – Henry Mancini

    Cool, man.

  20. will

    Two Arkansas natives – one nicknamed Bubba – hate the negro president.

    Bullshit. Whatever Bill Clinton’s faults, being a racist was not one of them.

    Jo, you often get it totally wrong. There was no suggestion of race there, only power and rivalry.

  21. Walter Plinge

    Time for the Democrats to find a new JFK.

    Seriously? JFK was a disaster too. Looked presentable with a nice turn of phrase but a flake.

  22. lotocoti

    Fisky – huh? What?

    Look up the PUMAs.

  23. brc

    It’s all starting to sound like the end of Rudd’s reign, to me.

  24. Dr.Sir Fred Lenin

    A new JFK! Yeah right,perhaps the son of a Mafia Don this time,give the Italian Mafia a turn,forget the Irish Mafia.

  25. Bruce of Newcastle

    Hillary is bombing. Or at least her new book is.

    After two weeks they’ve sold far less than 150,00 copies of Hard Choices (Possibly as low as 120,000 and that’s counting ebooks). Numerous earlier reports reflected that Simon & Schuster printed a million advance copies, and paid Clinton a $14 million advance.

    Dem hopefuls like to get a book out around this time in the cycle to help their presidential election chances. Audacity of Hope, Dreams of my Father and suchlike. Well it ain’t doing too well for her.

    And the publisher is down most of $14 million. Heh.

  26. Des Deskperson

    ‘Whatever Bill Clinton’s faults, being a racist was not one of them’

    What colour was Rick Ray Rector?

  27. Myrddin Seren

    Quotes from the ‘Blood Feud’ book per the linked Daily Mail article:

    Klein describes Clinton’s Obama-bashing session as having taken place last May ….. at French restaurant Le Jardin du Roi, near the Clinton’s home in Chappaqua, New York.

    ‘Then suddenly, Barack said something that took Bill by complete surprise. He said, “You know, Michelle would make a great presidential candidate, too.”’

    At night Jarret and Michelle would make fun of Hillary over a bottle of Chardonnay, Klein says,

    Colour me sceptical, but do the New Bourbons of the social-democrat Left have teams of Baldrick-like scribes following them around that they haven’t actually noticed and who are transcribing their intimate words and thoughts for the benefit of sundry authors ?

    Other than the fact that I haven’t noticed any reports of either side denying the content of the book – what sort of friends and confidents are blabbing in such detail ? They must all have their smart-phones on digital record permanently.

    Who does that ??

  28. Crossie

    You will not be surprised that the story is from The Daily Mail and not USA Today.

    US media is AWOL where Obama is concerned, even Fox News is careful that they don’t offend him.

  29. Crossie

    He’s convinced himself he’s been a brilliant president, and wants to clone himself — to find his Mini-Me,

    This I’d believe, whoever said it. But I wouldn’t discount the Michelle, even though some of us have money on that she will leave the Kenyan at the first politically expedient opportunity.

    So the Obamas may stay together for the sake of politics just like the Clintons. How aristocratic.

  30. Viva

    Hillary is bombing. Or at least her new book is.

    No wonder – who would want to settle down with a book called Hard Choices ffs.

  31. cynical1

    Two Arkansas natives – one nicknamed Bubba – hate the negro president.

    Well, Bill was the first one.

  32. johanna

    Des Deskperson
    #1362800, posted on June 28, 2014 at 11:38 am

    ‘Whatever Bill Clinton’s faults, being a racist was not one of them’

    What colour was Rick Ray Rector?

    I have no idea what you are talking about. Never heard of the guy.

    If you have a point, make it.

  33. Des Deskperson

    If you have any interest in Clinton, you must have heard of Ricky Ray Rector. Here’s a potted history, but you can check it out online.

    Rector was an Afro-American who was mentally disabled in a gun battle after killing a cop. Whatever his crimes, he was clearly unable to understand what his trial was about or what the death penalty meant.

    Now a lot of people might be troubled by the ethical implications of executing a mentally impaired person, even if the impairment was the result of his or her own actions. But not Arkansas Governor Clinton, who specifically interrupted his campaign for presidential nomination in 1992 to fly back to Little Rock and sign Rector’s death warrant.

    It’s been pointed out that Clinton (a) did this for the crudest sort of political advantage and (b) that he was rather less likely to have done it if Rector was white. Rector, BTW, reportedly asked that the desert potion of his last meal could be kept so he could eat it later.

    So when people call Clinton the first ‘black’ president or claim he wasn’t in any way a racist, I like to ask them’ ‘What colour was Ricky Ray Rector’.

  34. johanna

    Well, I never claimed that Clinton was anything other than a political opportunist. But both Democrat and Republican governors of States like Texas and Louisiana have not prevented executions under similar circumstances – is that proof that they are racists?

    This kind of “prove a negative” stuff is not worthy of you, Des. It is just like the argument that feminazis run – prove that X was not promoted because she was a woman.

  35. Des Deskperson

    Johanna, you are right, of course, in the sense that neither I nor anyone else has any evidence that Clinton may have behaved differently if Rector was white, although that is, of course, hypothetical.

    My concern is that it’s still a bad look for someone who later revelled in the title of America’s first ‘Black’ president, which implies that he should have had a particular empathy for people like Rector, an empathy he certainly didn’t show when he signed his death warrant. Maybe it doesn’t make him an overt racist, maybe he grew in the job, but it still makes me uncomfortable about him.

  36. south

    As much as Hillary Clinton terrifies me, I’m betting any ‘booze-fuelled rant’ from her would have to be one of the most entertaining, revealing experiences a politics fan could have. I’m envious.

  37. johanna

    Agree, Des, it was not a decision that would make me sleep well at night if it was mine.

    But US Governors in States where there was the death penalty essentially had that “power over life and death” thing as part of the job description. It seems to me that the ethical dilemma came when you decided to go for the job, unless you felt that you deserved to be the arbiter of life and death, like a Roman emperor at the Games.

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