December 26, 2016
Hillary Clinton needs a new reality TV show called “Life Under the Bus.”
It could be really popular. I mean, it would have to be at least as good as the Kim Kardashian reality show.
If I was going to pitch this show to her – and I might – it would basically be her drunk, sometimes passing out, yelling at people, the occassional seizure, with celebrities from her fail train coming in and out each episode.
The theme would be everyone watching the Trump Presidency, and regretting.
Obama won’t have anything to do, so he can be a regular guest. His tag line will be “you stupid old bitch, I would have won this race!”
I would not only produce this show – I would watch it.
Arguing that Americans still subscribe to his vision of progressive change, President Barack Obama asserted in an interview recently he could have succeeded in this year’s election if he was eligible to run.
“I am confident in this vision because I’m confident that if I had run again and articulated it, I think I could’ve mobilized a majority of the American people to rally behind it,” Obama told his former senior adviser David Axelrod in an interview for the “The Axe Files” podcast, produced by the University of Chicago Institute of Politics and CNN.
“I know that in conversations that I’ve had with people around the country, even some people who disagreed with me, they would say the vision, the direction that you point towards is the right one,” Obama said in the interview, which aired Monday.
“In the wake of the election and Trump winning, a lot of people have suggested that somehow, it really was a fantasy,” Obama said of the hope-and-change vision he heralded in 2008. “What I would argue is, is that the culture actually did shift, that the majority does buy into the notion of a one America that is tolerant and diverse and open and full of energy and dynamism.”
Neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton won a majority of the vote in the 2016 contest. Clinton beat Trump in the popular vote by almost 2.9 million ballots, though Trump won more electoral votes and thus the presidency.
In the 50-minute session, Obama repeated his suggestion Democrats had ignored entire segments of the voting population, leading to Donald Trump’s win. He implied that Hillary Clinton’s campaign hadn’t made a vocal enough argument directed toward Americans who haven’t felt the benefits of the economic recovery.
“If you think you’re winning, then you have a tendency, just like in sports, maybe to play it safer,” he said, adding later he believed Clinton “performed wonderfully under really tough circumstances” and was mistreated by the media.
Yeah, that must burn, Hillary.
Ouch ouch ouch.
I can feel that burn from here.
Obama just slammed your ass like I haven’t seen since Scotty Pippen on NBA Jam on Sega Genesis.
And I haven’t seen a black man do a white woman like that since… wow, since OJ.