And the Republicans are supposed to be the sexist, arrogant, insulting ones. Got it.

Via Mediaite.

Hillary Clinton doesn’t seem concerned about facing Donald Trump in the general election, telling CNN’s Jake Tapper yesterday she’s dealt with men like him before.

Tapper brought up the personal attacks Trump has thrown her way and asked the likely Democratic nominee for president if she’s learned anything from the GOP’s unsuccessful attempts to take Trump down.

“I have a lot of experience dealing with men,” Clinton said, “who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and the way they speak. I’m not gonna deal with their temper tantrums or their bullying or their efforts to try to provoke me.”

These people are just so momumentally hypocritcal and idiotic.



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  1. Alain41 says:

    If I was on Hillary’s Reservation, I’d go on the warpath over Time Magazine Leo DiCaprio Cover of 2016 100 Mostly Incestuous, err Most Influential, People. Kerry wrote the column on Leo and his name is prominent on Cover.

    If this was a serious magazine, then Time’s staff would have written the columns, but it’s not. So we have, Reince Priebus by Paul Ryan; Mitch McConnell by John Boehner; Kanye West by Elon Musk; Bob Iger by Rupert Murdoch; Julianna Margulies by Kirsten Gillibrand (Reelection already?); Jorge Ramos by Christianne Amanpour; Bob Corker by Lamar Alexander; Elizabeth Warren by Hillary Clinton (Wait, What?); King Salman Al Saud by King Abdullah Al Hussein; Samantha Power by Madeleine Albright; Anita Sarkeesian by Wil Wheaton (2 SJW gamers, anti-Sad Puppies)…

    The 2 articles that look most intriguing to me are; Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Antonin Scalia and ballet dancer Misty Copeland by Nadia Comaneci.


  2. Maynard says:

    She means like she handled her husband when he went off the reservation? Anyway, are we even allowed to use to term “go off the reservation” anymore? I mean, it’s a reference to stealing the land of the Native Americans and then shooting them when they try to visit it again. In that sense, sure, I guess it’s a fine metaphor for what our government has become, and how Hillary wants to lead it. In that sense, I have to salute Hillary’s honesty.

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