Pinch Me

I can’t help it. I actually find Hillary charming in this interview.

Suzette’s right: I really need to get vaccinated.

11 Responses to “Pinch Me”

  1. major dad says:

    A pit bull can be charming too, right before it takes your face off.

  2. They’re still working on something immunity against Clintons. It looked like the disease was contained to the US in the 90s, but there’s been a new outbreak in the last few years and this time it’s going around the globe.

  3. Oh, this is just icing….they want back into the WH, after all.

  4. Skyler says:

    Charming? Pluck out your eye. It is better for you to enter life with one eye than to have two eyes and be thrown into the fire of hell.

  5. JeffS says:

    Cobras are pretty. So are coral snakes. But I wouldn’t pet either one of them.

  6. I’ve petted a cobra and enjoyed it. (It had just been milked – that made it easier.)

    And, I did find her charming in that interview, too.

    I must say, I’d prefer her as president to the one we have. (And I’m not too sure I’d not have flipped a coin between her and McCain.)

    She’s not as bad as you Republicans say. (I’m a small-l libertarian – I don’t see much difference between fiscally liberal Democrats and fiscally liberal Republicans.)

  7. JeffS says:

    (It had just been milked – that made it easier.)

    The key point being, the cobra was no longer dangerous. When Hillary gets “milked”, I’ll consider liking her.

    And who says I’m a Republican, Kathy? You don’t have to be a non-navel gazing libertarian in order to dislike irresponsible politicians of any political leaning.

  8. Gunslinger says:

    I suppose Shrillary isn’t bad…

    … for a gargoyle in a pantsuit.

  9. Mark says:

    Thanks, but no thanks. I will not click on a link that leads to a Clinton. Even a well scripted “spontaneous” interview in Oz…

    BTW – Happy Birthday, Marine!

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