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Hillary: Verdict ‘Brought Deep, Painful Heartache’

From the Politico:

Hillary Clinton: George Zimmerman verdict brought ‘deep heartache’

By EMILY SCHULTHEIS | July 16, 2013

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke about the “heartache” of the Trayvon Martin case in D.C. Tuesday evening while speaking to an African-American sorority group.

“My prayers are with the Martin family and with every family who loves someone who is lost to violence,” she said in an almost 30-minute speech. “No mother, no father, should ever have to fear for their child walking down a street in the United States of America.”

Is ‘the smartest woman in the world’ unaware that there has been a trial? A trial in which it was ruled that George Zimmerman acted in self-defense. Maybe mothers and fathers should teach their children not to attack people for looking out for their neighbors.

By the way, why didn’t she use her phony corn-pone ‘black voice’?

She said she knew this week has “brought heartache, deep painful heartache” to families in the wake of the not guilty verdict in George Zimmerman’s trial last Saturday…

‘What difference does it make now’?

Clinton’s comments came in a speech to the 51st annual convention of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the largest African-American women’s organization in the country. Organizers said that more than 14,000 people were in the room to hear her speak…

She isn’t the only high-profile figure in D.C. to acknowledge the sorority’s convention: President Obama met with the head of Delta Sigma Theta at the White House earlier Tuesday afternoon.

Just as a thought experiment, try to imagine the uproar if three "high profile" Republicans would choose to celebrate an all white male fraternity?

In her speech, the former Secretary of State also blasted the Supreme Court’s decision to strike a key section of the Voting Rights Act, saying the law is in “real jeopardy.”

“The Supreme Court struck at the heart of the Voting Rights Act,” Clinton said. “For more than four decades this law has helped overcome constitutional barriers to voting. Again and again it has demonstrated its essential role in protecting our freedoms.” …

The bigoted hicks people of Arkansas must be so proud of their former ‘first lady.’

"Unless Congress acts, you know and I know more obstacles are on their way,” she said. “They’re going to make it difficult for poor people, elderly people, minority people, and working people to do what we should be able to take for granted.” …

And never mind that minority turnout has hit new records in the last two Presidential elections. The Democrats know that unless they have a free hand to cheat, they might have a tougher time at the ballot box.

As has been the case in many of her speeches this year, Clinton’s potential 2016 bid wasn’t far from people’s minds. As she exited the stage, audience members cheered, “Run, Hillary, Run!”

Yes. We need Hillary to do for the whole country what she did for our mission in Benghazi.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Wednesday, July 17th, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

7 Responses to “Hillary: Verdict ‘Brought Deep, Painful Heartache’”

  1. mr_bill

    Did Hillary use a “negro dialect?” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHnrr1ok03g

  2. Rusty Shackleford

    “For more than four decades this law has helped overcome constitutional barriers to voting. Again and again it has demonstrated its essential role in protecting our freedoms.” …

    Actually, for more than four decades, this law has resulted in the gerrymandering of voting districts to appease the race-baiters/whiners who insist “their guy” didn’t get elected. It has given us the likes of Maxine Waters (“Will it [the Mars rover] go to where the astronauts left the flag?”) and Hank Johnson (“Guam will capsize and tip over into the ocean”) and so many more.

    Forrest may have said, “I am not a smart man” but truly idiotic renditions of the human genome have seated their posterior in the seats of our government thanks to some of that law. To be fair, though, and thankfully, stupid is not just a black affliction. We also have the likes of Pelosi, Reid, Biden and so many more of course to include Hitlery.

    However, they are all very angry people and that may be what is at the center of their existence.

  3. Astravogel

    The “bigoted hicks” of Arkansas were happy New York got her.
    They came to their senses one time and dis-elected Slick Willie
    (who, by the way, was named so by the Arkansas Gazette), and
    suffered the besmirching of the State by this pair of swindlers,
    tax cheats, scalawags, and sex fiends. Good riddance to bad
    rubbish seems to the the prevailing attitude of the “hicks.”

  4. canary

    Maybe if the US Ambassador and former U.S. Military murdered in Benghazi were black, Hillary Clinton wouldn’t say it didn’t matter who died. Their mothers who suffer great grief from the loss of their sons can’t even get answers from Hillary gate.

    • canary

      How about Hillary Clinton didn’t come up with the excuse to announce that “horrible, filthy, vile” and violent rap music is causing deaths.

  5. I don’t see how this could cause Hillary heartache.

    She has no heart to ache.

  6. USSFreedom

    Her agreement to put the Benghazi massacre on “The Video” rather than take any responsibilty, including her haughty faux outrage and attitude during her appearence before the panel needing clarification of exactly what transpired between the military, her and the whitehouse is cause enough for the American people to demand she “Stand Down” from any attempt to convince the nation she is fit to be anything other than the washed up, lying, betrayed wife of the man that could have averted the attack on September 11, 2001. His political agenda at the forefront, plus not having the balls to give the order to take out the tall one when the military had him in their sights.




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