Hold the presses. There has been a Hillary Clinton siting
Hiatal Hillary, who has barely been seen in public for months, has emerged from her self-imposed Hillbernation. But, of course there is a catch.
The catch is that she only did so to engage in as doting a love-fest interview as you will ever see, with someone named Kara Fisher, an internet wonk into hero-worship and fawning.
Who else do you think Hillary would subject herself to an interview with? Did you expect a round-table with Fox?
In any event, the talk turned to President Obama\’s attempt to regulate the internet. Ms. Clinton, not at all surprisingly, supports this idea.
Want to know why?
From Ms. Clinton\’s own lips, via Charlie Spiering\’s remarkable article at breibart.com:
“Nobodywants to associate with anybody who doesn\’t agree with thempolitically. You can\’t have a conversation, peoplewon\’t listen to each other, they listen to different media, andthose different media (outlets) tell different stories about the verysame thing that you\’re watching unfold in front of your eyes.”
Forgetting for a moment that the premise of this statement – that no one wants to associate with people who disagree with their politics – is beyond ludicrous (I\’m a classic example in my own life), what exactly is Ms. Clinton\’s solution? To have one media source telling one story? That would be better than some quaint, antiquated relic of an idea like, say…..freedom of thought?
I assure you Hillary Clinton does not like a lot – maybe most – of what I write here. So what will she do about it? Shut me down unless I toe the line?
Bill Clinton was the single greatest politician I ever saw. Hillary Clinton is among the worst. And this harebrained quote – which I guarantee to be used against her early and often by her critics…and maybe even a few people who otherwise would be on her side…is a case in point.
Go back into Hillbernation, Ms. Clinton. You sounded much better when you were saying nothing.