Katie Kieffer

Their lucky number is 28: Reid began his political career at age 28 when he won a seat in the Nevada State Assembly. Clinton also began his political career at age 28 when he ran for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.

They are addicted to politics: Slapstick Harry may not be as cute or charming as Slick Willie, but he certainly shares his drive to hang around Washington, D.C. forever.

Reid is 74, meaning that he has spent some 46 years in politics! Since he’s never had a real job in his life, he should retire and work as a receptionist at a medical clinic so he can witness Obamacare horror stories for himself.

Meanwhile, Clinton is 67, meaning he has spent some 39 years in politics because, let’s be honest, Hillary and Bill come as a team and she would never be able to entertain a run for the presidency in 2016 without Sweet William at her side.

It’s time for these good ol’ (bad) boys to find a new gig.

They tell Hillary they love her. According to the New York Times, when Hillary won the Senate in 2006, Reid rang her telephone to congratulate her and ended the call with an adieu that made it sound like he was her wannabe boyfriend: “Love you.” At some point in their marriage, Bill must have exchanged the same affectionate words with Hillary.

Bill Clinton needs to step outside of Harry Reid’s body and they both need to permanently retire from politics and quit lying to the American public. In the meantime, be wary of 28-year-olds Democrats who are running for political office.


Katie Kieffer

Katie Kieffer is the author of a new book published by Random House, LET ME BE CLEAR: Barack Obama’s War on Millennials and One Woman’s Case for Hope.” She writes a weekly column for Townhall.com. She also runs KatieKieffer.com.