Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Market crash, yes!!!


Well old Bill is a lousy husband but I'll give him this. He knows politics. He's the one who told me all those years ago, keep the money flowing to the Chinese, it'll pay off someday. Well, here we are. And they're tanking the market for us, right on schedule. A few more tremors during the primaries and then as we get into the home stretch we'll take her right down. Nothing like a market crash and a bad economy to scare the crap out of people and make them change parties. Right on! Great thing about the Chinese is they hate Bush even more than we do. They're dying to get rid of him and all the Republicans for that matter. Who can blame them? Of course they want communists in power in the U.S., and we're the closest they've got. Thanks a zillion, Chinese leaders! We'll owe you big time when we get into office, just like last time. A million favors are coming your way.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sing it, sister comrade!!
And, you are SO gorgeous!!
Swooon...sigh....

Anonymous said...

That slimeball Obama- there is again trying to get a peek at you. Isn't it obvious to everyone? He is really HAS a taste for vanilla!
http://www.newsvine.com/_news/2007/03/04/598288-jubilant-crowd-recreates-selma-march

Rob said...

Hillary, where have you gone? I so enjoyed your words of...I mean, they were round. Rotund? No, round like pearls. Pearls of wisdom. Anyway, write back!

Love, Rob

Anonymous said...

You need to update this EVERYDAY!!!!!!!!!!

In Kwerty's Humble Opinion said...

RIght On Hill!
Ambition Baby!

Mr. President said...

Hillary, come back to us...

Anonymous said...

Theres is so much great political material out there, it's a shame that this site isn't updated more often. Anything we can do to help?

Anonymous said...

Are you busy having sex with women? We certainly know you're not out talking about how to make this country better. Post, Madam Junior Senator, Post!

Anonymous said...

This is turning into the Tiki Bar TV of blogs. Update NOW please! It takes a village, ya know?