Posted on 9/14/2016, 12:04:54 PM by Kaslin
We recall with great fondness the late Chuck Heston’s famous words at the 2000 NRA convention. Speaking beyond the audience to the perpetually scowling Al Gore, then the Democratic nominee for president, Heston cried: “From my cold, dead hands,” as he hoisted a musket into the air.
Such is the sensible application of Heston’s declaration. “Don’t touch my freedom, Al,” was Heston’s point, “and that includes my right to bear arms.”
But such words or sentiment in the hands of a venal or narcissistic person can take on a sinister cast. Here, we conjure Hillary Clinton, perhaps the most flawed and foul presidential nominee in the republic’s history, whose adult existence – along with partner in crime life, Bill – has been one, big self-serving spree.
Bill rivals his bride in the “flawed and foul” sweepstakes, but his artfulness and political skills elevated him to the presidency (along with good luck). It’s looking less and less like Hillary’s making that leap. But throughout their careers, in words and deeds, Bill and Hill have declared: “From my cold, dead hands you’ll take our power and prerogatives.” That spells huge trouble for the Democratic Party heading into November.
Thus whatever the machinations among Democratic bigwigs and high-dollar donors are to engineer Hillary out of the Democratic nomination and the put Tim Kaine or Joe “You Own Obama’s Eight Years” Biden into it, short of incapacitation or death, the likelihood that the tenaciously selfish Clintons will ride off into the sunset without an epic fight is scant.
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