Posts Tagged ‘Ross Perot’

Hillary the Bitch

Monday, February 25th, 2008


I used to think Hillary Clinton  had a lot more class than her husband.  I used to think she’d be a good role model for young women – whether I agreed with her politics or not.  I thought  she was smart, strong, sensitive, and a great communicator.  And she was all of those things – when she was on top.  But when Obama started winning more delegates, Hillary became a Bitch.  Today she’s sarcastic, whining, crying “unfair”, and stamping her feet like a spoiled, little brat.

Is that sexist? To me, bitchiness has always been gender-neutral.  At times, Richard   Nixon was a bitch and so was Jimmy Carter. In Rochester, former Mayor Bill Johnson became a bitch when reality sank his little boat and High Falls – and Wease used to be a bitch every day on the radio. Bob Lonsberry still is.

How can you tell if someone’s a bitch?  In a loud, whiney, annoying voice, you’ll hear phrases like: “that’s not fair” and “they’re picking on me.”

To me, the world’s ultimate ANTI-bitch is Ross Perot.  When he ran for President in 1992, many journalists and opponents called him ‘crazy’ – for his nontraditional views. Did Perot cry and whine and snivel? Like hell!

For his campaign’s theme song, Perot  adopted “Crazy” by Patsy Cline and danced a slow dance to it with his wife in front of 20,000 cheering supporters – with a big grin on his face!

He might as well have stuck his middle finger high in the air and said, “STUFF THIS, SNIVELERS!”