Tuesday, October 23, 2007

The Woman Who Would Be President

Clinton Talks of Bill's Romantic Gifts

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says husband Bill often brings her romantic gifts: a giant wooden giraffe from an African trip, for example, and a Chanel watch that reminded him of teeth.

"Oh he's so romantic," the former first lady said in an interview for the November issue of Essence magazine. "He's always bringing me back things from his trips." Who does she think she's kidding about this?? Does she think we don't already know Bill Clinton?

The watch had a bracelet made of white cubes. "I had dental surgery, and he said it reminded him of teeth," she said.
Chanel's Ladies Watches Uh, it must be one of these toothy examples...



Rush Limbaugh had a field day with this Associated Press article on his show. The "romantic" nature of a giant wooden giraffe, and a ladies watch that reminded him of her dental surgery. Hubba-hubba!


This little slip of the tongue on Mrs. Clinton's part is certainly revealing: Hers is 'an investment', not a 'loving' marriage to Bill. But we all knew or suspected that. Their marriage is nothing more than a sham, a way they've concocted to rape the United States of America, and turn it into the socialistic paradise they fantasize of. America is generally used to the lies of this woman, of this couple. How Hillary could be seriously considered, describes more the ignorant, Hollywood based celebrity worship we have here, than any desire for a better, different, more loving national leader.

Would you agree, Britney?

(Anyway, can you imagine Bill Clinton's thoughts, on that occasion that he was presented with a giant wooden giraffe, by some well meaning African official? "My G-D, this is ugly! But I have to pretend that I just love it. It's so ugly, and all, it reminds me of Hillary. Wonder where I can dump this stupid giraffe? Hey, I can turn this gaudy gift into a plus!! I'll give it to her as a "romantic" gift...." )

This all made me wonder which woman I could support for the Presidency of the United States, as I prepare for today-- In no particular order, except that it's top heavy with (theoretical) Republican women, here's my list:

June Cleaver. ( With each presidential press conference, fresh-baked cookies! Plus, never a pant-suit )

Tammy Bruce. ( So what if she's a..... Registered Democrat! What concise logic she has )

Ann Coulter. ( Not only a Repub., but also she'd run every flaming Dem. out of the country. Double blessing! )

Lynddie England ( Who? She's the gutsy Army corporal gal who put the underwear on the heads of our enemies at Abu Ghraib )


Marge Schott ( The queen of the Queen City. former owner of the Cincinnati Reds. Schott was a take-no- prisoners kinda woman; Imagine al-Zawahiri in her presence?! )

Queen Latifa ( Speaking of Queens.... I know, I know, but I think she's a tough minded, no BS woman, would do well as commander in chief )

"Ouiser Boudreaux" ( Again, Who? The tough, angry character played by Shirley MacLain, in the movie "Steel Magnolias". This character reminded me so much of my own conservative, no BS mother, that I never saw this movie as 'entertainment'. )

Lady Margaret Thatcher ( No explanation should be necessary )

Notice if you will, there is no Condoleezza Rice on my list of Preferred Lady Presidents. I have yet to see her rough, angry side. So she plays Chopin. So she is our Secretary of State. She's not got the grit these others have. There is no Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson, there is no Katie Couric, and no Barbaras... Streisands or Walters.

I like the rough and tough ones, as leaders, as scions of womanhood. No 'hehhehheh' needed here.

8 comments:

Red S Tater said...

WHAT? No Rosie O'Donnell?
lol...
I would add Laura Ingraham and Peggy Noonan and porhaps even Dr. Laura to that list.

But not Oprah, Whoopie, Cher or Pelosi.
-red

One Southern Belle said...

Words cannot express how shocked and saddened I was to be omitted from your list!

Though I'm with Red--Peggy Noonan kicks butt! I'd vote for her, except, let's face it, she's way too classy to fool with the down and dirty of politics. I don't think Dr. Laura would ever run either, for the same reason I wouldn;t run for office. SHE'S SUFFICIENTLY SELF-AWARE.

Women are typically thoughtful and contemplative--great for raising children, being a friend, or bringing civility to society as a whole. Men, on the other hand, are decisive and action-oriented. Where women will typically want to lead inclusive discussions, men will assess the problem at hand and pursue corretive measures accordingly. Both are admirable skill sets--only one is best suited for the role of chief executive.

Have I just invited the wrath of women everywhere? Maybe. But I think if women will step back and be honest with themselves, eventually they'll come to the same conclusion.

The Localmalcontent said...

Scarlett, you WERE either number 3 or 4 on the list in my mind, behind Mrs. Cleaver and Ann Coulter. And I would not only vote for you, I'd run your Oklahoma campaign. or more.

But discretion got the better of me, for which one of those racy pics you sent to me, would I add to this bunch? Jejejejee
Glad that you dance better than Elaine Benez, at least!
HEY, I thought Elaine was super sexy!

One Southern Belle said...

Watch out, Mal. Now Red's REALLY gonna think we got sideways!

Red S Tater said...

Red thinks you two might be doin' the dance...lol,

After hearing Lynne Cheney again on Rush yesterday... finding out she's a hotrodder, likes to cruise mainstreet and hang out, PLUS she's married to one of my personal hero's... I would vote for Lynne JUST to P.O. the liberals. (and boy would it)

can you imagine Dick Cheney as the "first husband" instead of BJ Clinton?
ahhhh that's too good.
-red

The Localmalcontent said...

Lynn Cheney, of course! That would be a whale of a good candidate, man. Good call, Red-- and I know she stole your heart hearing that she likes to hotrod!
Dick Cheney another 4 or more years, SWEET!

The Localmalcontent said...

Wait a second, I just caught that, Mister Tater...

Did you read it TOO? that's eerie.
No, "we" are not doin' the dance; She read the other bloggie and [ahem] thought it was about her.
It was, but not to that extent.

Red S Tater said...

malcontent...covering his tracks, doing his best Bill Clinton impersonation says "I did not have dance with that woman".

just kidding youguys, I only kid the ones I love.

-red