National Review chuckles over the emergence of Chelsea Cllinton as a political force

This is a one-sided hit piece, but it captures the essence of the situation. Chelsea is being floated as a future candidate or leader or something, and her emergence is becoming a joke.

(Seriously, I do have a bit of sympathy for someone in Chelsea's position, because what choice does she have? She was born into a situation that precludes an anonymous life and a quiet seeking of her own level. Wherever she goes and whatever she does, people are going to love or hate her, buy or sell her. So there's no escape.)

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  1. Katharine the Great says:

    Great article. Laughed so hard I almost peed. Can’t help but think that Hillary’s plotting for her daughter to be her running mate in 2020. Don’t worry about the sick little old woman that I have become, America! If you vote me in, my daughter is ready to take the reins. Chelsea would make a rather useful MORON for the left, indeed.

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