Hillary Clinton, Bowe Bergdahl and Harvey Weinstein have all been in the news lately for vastly different reasons, but they all have the same problem. The baboon’s backside is only in the title because Hillary, Bowe and Harvey made me think of a baboon’s backside. HIllary , Harvey and Bowe are the trifecta of spoiled, entitled jerkfaces (a technical term) with the inability to accept responsibility for their own actions. Like a baboon’s backside they are out there.
Whatever trouble they are in, whatever crimes they have committed is not their fault. It couldn’t possibly be there fault. What are their excuses?
Hillary Clinton wrote a hilariously titled book “What Happened”. She is currently in England. Last night, according to Buzzfeed:
According to the Press Association, she told Norton: “I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards.
“I tried to get up and it really hurt. I’ve broken my toe. I’ve received excellent care from your excellent health service.”
I fall a lot. Just call me Grace. However, when I fall backwards in heels, as you do, I don’t generally break my toe. Hillary, are you telling the truth? Everyone stop laughing. She probably has told the truth once, somewhere. Anyhoo. Here is a quote on why she lost the election from NDTV.com:
“The only way we’ll get sexism out of politics is to get many more women into politics,” she said to rapturous applause while promoting her book “What Happened”.
Women, she said, were more heavily judged and criticised due to sexism – from their physical appearance to their beliefs – and generally disliked in positions of power rather than in supporting roles, she told the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
The former First Lady said her political loss had left her stunned and admitted at times it was hard to get out of bed but long walks in the woods, reading mystery novels, playing with her dogs and yoga helped her to deal with her “grief”.
“Everybody gets knocked down. What matters obviously is whether you get yourself back up and keep going,” she told an audience of thousands.
“As a person I’m ok, as an American I’m worried,” she said, citing Trump’s interactions with North Korea and withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement as causes for concern.
Clinton admitted she struggled to attend Trump’s presidential inauguration in January but was supported by her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
I would love to see the first woman President of the United States, but not Hillary. Absurd question: Are we also going to have to torture ourselves to death over the first Jewish, Sikh, Chinese or ethnic Albanian President? Just asking.