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Published:February 13th, 2008 04:28 EST
Can 'Hillary Care' Cure Infidelity?

Can 'Hillary Care' Cure Infidelity?

By John Lillpop

Senator Hillary Clinton has a reputation for being a brutal, brass-knuckled pragmatist.

For instance, she cries in public only when her daily tracking polls indicate that a crying jag would pump some needed energy and cash into her campaign, which at last peek was falling apart with greater dispatch than Nancy Pelosi's most recent botox surgery.

Sympathy, compassion and anger are all in Hillary's repertoire of tricks, but to be used only when political opportunity outweighs the risk of appearing too weak or emotional--i.e., too feminine.

Her ultra-pragmatic side was on display in a recent interview in which the junior senator from New York answered a question concerning the likelihood that a HRC administration would be burdened with a "new business or personal scandal involving Bill Clinton," were she gainfully employed in the White House.

To which Hillary sternly responded, "You know, I can assure this reader that that is not going to happen," she said. "You know, none of us can predict the future, no matter who we are and what we are running for, but I am very confident that that will not happen."


Apart from the high-school-girlish obsession with "You know," Hillary's response was remarkable for the lack of emotion or compassion for her personal infidel, the unlovable Slick Willie.

Wonder why she did not say something like, "President Clinton has been through a lot in recent years, especially with regard to his health. In my mind, Bill Clinton is the best president in U.S. history, to date of course, and I trust him implicitly."

Such a response would have revealed a more compassionate, tender Hillary. Throw in some spontaneous bawling, and she might have had more "game" in Maine, Louisiana and other states that voted so heavily for Obama last weekend.

Besides the lack of compassion, Hillary's comment reflects a strange confidence in the behavior of the man with whom she has been manacled for nearly 33 years, and who has been engaged in non-stop adulterous promiscuity over those many years, including at least two bimbo eruptions in the Oval Office itself!

How in the hell does one glean "confidence" in light of that resume of out-of-control sexual addiction?

Perhaps Hillary Care, when it comes to treating Slick, includes an overdose of fascist socialism as regards certain medications?

You know, strict orders from doc Hillary to Slick's medical team which assures that Infidel Bill will be medicated to be more interested in chasing Zs than skirts when the two are apart?

Or, to be more medically precise, Programmed Dysfunction.

You know?