Via Newsbusters, this is a really funny spoof of the propaganda/state-run media interview of President Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Back in 1980, Senator Ted Kennedy challenged then President Jimmy Carter for the Democratic nomination. Will Secretary of State Hillary Clinton do the same thing in 2012 against President Barack Obama? Rick Moore at HolyCoast.com has been writing about it for a while.
Now, Dick Cheney thinks it’s a good idea too.
Hillary Clinton for president?
“So far she hasn’t said she would, but I think it’s not a bad idea,” former Vice President Dick Cheney told ABC’s Jonathan Karl in an interview on Wednesday to promote his new book “In My Time.”
Cheney declined to say whether he thought the current Secretary of State would have been a better president than Barack Obama, but called her a “pretty formidable individual.”
I post this video of Hillary falling down while entering her plane not to mock and howl in laughter at Mrs. Clinton as some other sites have done (she could have hurt herself) but to point out that, if this had been George Bush, Laura Bush, Sarah Palin, or some other conservative/Republican, wouldn’t this be all over the evening news?
As one of the most powerful women on the planet, Hillary Clinton travels thousands of miles on planes to meet world leaders.
But the U.S Secretary of State’s latest trip was a rather unidignified one – losing her footing as she boarded a plane in Yemen.
She slipped to her knees at the doorway and was only saved from further embarrassment when an aide gave her a helping hand.
Clinton didn’t suffer any injuries – apart from a bruised ego – but someone was on hand to quickly turn the lights off before a photographer could take any pictures.
However, it was too late. Her fall from grace had already been captured on film.
Can you say oops?Amplify’d from dailycaller.com
In response to widespread criticism from Democrats who blasted Connecticut Republican Senate candidate Linda McMahon for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) program content that she oversaw as the company’s CEO, Republican groups pointed to the time when then-Democratic Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton appeared on a WWE show to promote their presidential campaigns in 2008.
Democratic organizations took a hard line against the company Tuesday night after McMahon beat out former Congressman Rob Simmons in the state Republican primary, accusing her of many things, including profiting from peddling violence to children. But in April 2008, both Democratic presidential candidates joined Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain on “WWE RAW“, the company’s flagship program, to deliver short wrestling-themed campaign spots.