I just had to comment on the ridiculous staged crying that Hillary Clinton put on yesterday (see the video below). Now that she is losing the election she breaks down into a sob story about how this is "all for America". How we're supposed to believe that she did this all just for America.
The Main Stream Media has praised Hillary's little sobbing as "true emotion" and that she should have shown this more before. Well I'm here to say that she's full of crap!
You can see right before she becomes "emotional" that she pauses for a second as if to get herself ready for the sobbing "woe is me" fake emotions.
Many have said that this has endeared her to some voters, because they'll see her as human. I don't see it that way though. The last thing we need in office as president is a sobbing woman who cries when she loses. President's do get emotional and I think they should in some cases. Cases of a national tragedy for instance, but this emotion displayed by Hillary Clinton is not for a national tragedy, but for herself. I'm all for a woman president, but the show she put on yesterday is more suited for Oprah, not the leader of our nation.
She should be ashamed of herself for this staged display and the Main Stream Media should be ashamed for their ridiculous praising of her for it.
And here for your viewing pleasure is Drinking With Bob on Hillary Clinton crying (my mind was screaming Bob's exact words when I first saw the video of Hillary)
If you haven't heard it yet, here is your opportunity. Those who couldn't get enough of my prior internet hit parody, "It's My Party and I'll Cry if I want to" will be pleased to discover this all new, all original Hillary song:
If at First you don't Succeed (Cry Cry Again)
Dr BLT: words and music by Dr BLT copyright 2008
Just for the record (no pun intended), while I poke fun at Hillary in this song, I don't automatically impugn her motives for the recent emotional episode. I wouldn't vote for her, but acknowledge the inherent conflict involved in the decision to either be vulnerable or to continue to wear a suit of armor.
Posted by: Dr BLT on January 10, 2008 07:49 PM