Hillary Rodham Freud: “…she could have been so happy…”

Wednesday, 25 April 2007

Wack Heritage
There may be some bumps along the road! You know this reminds me of one of my favorite American heroines, Harriet Tubman. For when she made it to freedom after having been a slave and she got to New York and she could have been so happy to just stay at home and just breathe a big sigh of relief but she kept going back down South to bring other freed slaves to freedom. And she used to say, “No matter what happens, keep going.” So we’re going to keep going until we take back the White House! Hillary Clinton quoted in “Hillary Loves Harriet Tubman,” Mouth of the Potomac

In addition to belittling abolitionism—or attempting an egomaniacal self-inflation—by equating a problem with her microphone to the struggles of Harriet Tubman there is a more important revelation hidden in there.

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William Shakesweasel

Re: Hillary Rodham Freud: “…she could have been so happy…”

Huh? Nothing about her penis...?

By William Shakesweasel on 25 April 2007 · 17:34
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Ashley

Re: Hillary Rodham Freud: “…she could have been so happy…”

No, I’ve beat poor Willy down plenty in the past.

By Ashley on 25 April 2007 · 18:55
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