Emmett Tyrrell

She was for it, and made as much a pest of herself on contraception as the delusional women in the recent election. They seemed to see themselves as irresistible to the male of the species, and thus it was a matter of national security that they receive all manner of free birth control from intrauterine devices to extra-uterine devices to ad-hoc ergo-propter-hoc uterine devises. Dr. Elders doubtless agreed. For sheer hilaritas, give me sex any day.

Now Broadwell's father has stepped from his home in Bismarck, North Dakota and informed the New York Daily News that his daughter is the target of "character assassination." This I cannot conceive, but I agree with him as he went on to say, "This is about something else entirely, and the truth will come out." He added, "There's a lot more here than meets the eye." Ben Stein says the eye should be on Attorney General Eric Holder. Yes, perhaps, but I would keep an eye on Benghazi. And forget not Broadwell's revelations about Libyans being held prisoner in Benghazi by our CIA.


Emmett Tyrrell

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr. is founder and editor in chief of The American Spectator and co-author of Madame Hillary: The Dark Road to the White House.
 
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