Tuesday, December 24, 2013

They're here!

It's time for the 2013 Awards for the Worst Reporting, from the Media Research Center.

Here's a taste: "The Pantsuit Patrol Award for Boosting Hillary Clinton":
The idea of losing Hillary has seemed especially unbearable at this political moment. It’s as if she has become, literally, the ship of state. She stands for maturity, tenacity, and self-discipline at a time when everyone else in Washington seems to be, in more senses than one, going off a cliff — a parade of bickering, blustering, small-balled hacks bollixing up the nation’s business. She’s a caring executive too, and that takes its own emotional toll. What a disgrace that John Bolton and his goaty Republican ilk accused Her Magnificence of inventing a concussion to get out of testifying at the Benghazi hearings. Bolton is not fit to wipe her floor with his mustache.

— Newsweek/Daily Beast editor Tina Brown in a January 2 Web article.
(How about if John Bolton uses "Her Magnificence's" mustache?)


Jonah said...

Her moustache wouldn't sweep a dust speck any farther than Tina Brown's opinion.

rinardman said...

It’s as if she has become, literally, the ship of state.

Stand back, people! A "professional" writer needs lots of room.

Paco said...


JeffS said...

The only "ship" that I might compare to Her Royal Highness, Hillary Rodham-Clinton, Queen B***h of the Universe, would be the Titanic.

Well, there's always the Costa Concordia, for the comedy of (tragic) errors that lead to its demise.

Or possibly the Lusitania, considering the direction she would take America in.

But you get my drift, I'm sure.

mojo said...

But, but... She was MARRIED to a President? What do you haters want? Some kind of direct experience or something?

RebeccaH said...

Every time I think of Hillary Clinton, I see that photo of her dancing in a Caribbean (or was it Brazilian?) bar with a beer bottle in her hand. Not that I wouldn't do something like that myself, but it's not really what I look for in a President.