Oprah v. Hillary

I try to restrain myself in posting my partisan diatribes here, as we strive to be as objective as partisans can be here, but I rather enjoyed writing my Oprah v. Hillary post at RedState. My wife, an Oprah fan, didn’t seem particularly impressed by it.

But, I thought I’d at least link to it.


  1. John Konop says:

    Hillary is Sinking Fast?

    Zogby-A new Zogby Interactive survey shows Democrat Hillary Clinton of New York would lose to every one of the top five Republican presidential contenders, representing a reversal of fortune for the national Democratic front

  2. Harry says:

    Bill has sufficient superdelegates (like John Lewis) under contract, and political machines lined up, to insure that Hillary gets nominated….Oprah be damned.

  3. Rusty says:

    Anybody see the Simpsons where Marge got a Tivo? She tried to fast-forward through the cheering in Oprah, and ended up at the end of the episode in less than two minutes.

  4. StevePerkins says:

    I really just don’t get the obsession with Oprah. This is the sort of article that you write in haste when you’re upset (or drunk?)… then lay it aside and read it a day or two later with fresh eyes and say, “What the hell was I thinking?!?” You’re seriously speculating about legions of divorces across the country, when housewives tell their husbands that they are… NOT voting for Hillary! Yeah, Erick… I guess I’d have to kick my wife to the curb in such a circumstance too…

    Do you even TRY to make coherent sense, or is EVERYTHING you do just a ruse to drive website traffic?

    and yeah, the hypocricy irony is not lost on people… with you just a week or so ago warning left-wing SpaceyG your front-page posters to stop straying from the topic of Georgia-specific politics.

  5. StevePerkins says:

    Hmm… “del” tags don’t create strikethrough text on this site?

    Testing… ignore…

    and yeah, the hypocricy irony is not lost on people

    and yeah, the hypocricy irony is not lost on people

    and yeah, the hypocricy irony is not lost on people

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