Yikes! Could it be that Barack Obama and Bill Clinton made the deal for Bill to go to North Korea before anyone mentioned it to the Secretary of State who, as we now know beyond any doubt, is Hillary Clinton and she was feeling a little left out, once again, of the boy's club?
Over the ensuing days it was explained that it was the mistake of a nervous student mis-speaking Mr. Clinton when he meant to say "Mr. Obama." Then it was the mistake of a nervous translator. Or, and I think this is the real answer, it was George W. Bush's fault.
Hillary's latest example of why she should be fired came the other day when she suggested that the 2000 election was stolen.
"You know we've had all kinds of problems in some of our past elections, as you might remember. In 2000, our presidential election came down to one state where the brother of the man running for president was the governor of the state, so we have our problems, too."
Put aside the fact that major news organizations, desperate to claim that Al Gore should have been elected, hired a major auditing firm to recount the recount and found that, no matter which set of rules they used, Gore still lost. Hillary probably hadn't read about because it wasn't widely reported.
This, in Hillary's mind, was not George W. Bush's fault. It was Jeb Bush's fault.
But, to be in a place like Nigeria and hold America's democratic process up to scorn is an outrage.
If Hillary were a Republican in a Republican Administration there would be howls of outrage from the press corps demanding to know if the Republican President stood behind what was dribbling out of the mouth of his Republican Secretary of State.
But … nooooooo. Barack Obama takes responsibility for nothing and is asked to take responsibility for even less.
Obama should cut his losses. If he can't fire Hillary, he should bring her home and give her a time out.
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