What? With a cloth or something?

So let’s see..

When Johnny Carson told a joke that bombed, he did a shtick that he developed where he’d pause, make a facial expession of wide eyes and raised eyebrows to acknowledge that his audience wasn’t buying it and then wait it out. 

  
From now on, or until she flees to a country that won’t cooperate with US extradition, we’re only going to use pics of Hillary dressed in prison orange. I do think the selection of this particular hue is significant. It’s like a wardrobe SOS to her partners, patrons and protectors that the khara is about to hit the mirwaha and a little airplane trouble or a handful of disaffected youths lighting up a couple of Peugeots would be a most welcome diversion right about now. 

Huma gets yanked into the spotlight on Thursday. There’s too many MBs in power to let her take the fall for her boss. Carlos Danger already did his penance and has nothing much left to lose, so he’s not really on Hillarys hook anymore.  That leaves poor dumb Chelsea, or perhaps one of her questionable/convicted felon in-laws will step forward to save our gal Hilz. 

Oh please let a small but dedicated group waving Handiwipes and calling themselves Wipe Cloths Matter show up at Hillary’s next public appearance. THAT would be a good joke.

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6 thoughts on “What? With a cloth or something?

  1. Watching her is like watching someone stretching an old rubber band. You know it’s going to snap, you know it will be ugly, but you can’t quit watching.

  2. The feather-boa is constricting. It’s only a matter of time before Her Heinieness channels Jake Blues on Wipewater: “No, I didn’t. Honest… I ran out of gas. I… I had a flat tire. I didn’t have enough money for cab fare. My tux didn’t come back from the cleaners. An old friend came in from out of town. Someone stole my car. There was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts! IT WASN’T MY FAULT, I SWEAR TO GOD!”

  3. What is with the wide-eyed expression? I’ve seen several different photos of her this way. Is it an effect of medication? Is it stroke-related?

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