|"We fooled those hicks in Arkansas--now it's your turn!"|
|She was practicing excuses for Bill.|
|A Lifetime of Lies takes its toll.|
But that's not news. News is when she stops.
At the recent Democrat Con, Vent 'n Shun, Little Miss Perjury claimed repeatedly she was the ground-breaking woman of the hour.
Hillary Clinton is not the first woman nominee for president and would not be the first woman president.
And, no, it's not Edith Wilson, either, although she ran the Executive Branch for two years when the UN gave her husband a stroke.
No, by Granny Grifter's own standard, the First Woman President of the United States was another Democrat. That honor belongs to...
President James Buchanan!
"A source of this interest has been Buchanan's close and intimate relationship with William Rufus King (who became Vice President under Franklin Pierce). The two men lived together in a Washington boardinghouse for 10 years from 1834 until King's departure for France in 1844. King referred to the relationship as a "communion", and the two attended social functions together. Contemporaries also noted the closeness. Andrew Jackson called them "Miss Nancy" and "Aunt Fancy" (the former being a 19th-century euphemism for an effeminate man), while Aaron V. Brown referred to King as Buchanan's "better half". James W. Loewen described Buchanan and King as "Siamese twins". In later years, Kat Thompson, the wife of a cabinet member, expressed her anxiety that "there was something unhealthy in the president's attitude".
Buchanan adopted King's mannerisms and romanticized view of southern culture. Both had strong political ambitions, and in 1844 they planned to run as president and vice president. One historian has found them both to be soft, effeminate, and eccentric. In May 1844, Buchanan wrote to Cornelia Roosevelt, "I am now 'solitary and alone', having no companion in the house with me. I have gone a wooing to several gentlemen, but have not succeeded with any one of them. I feel that it is not good for man to be alone, and [I] should not be astonished to find myself married to some old maid who can nurse me when I am sick, provide good dinners for me when I am well, and not expect from me any very ardent or romantic affection.""...............................
|Aunt Fancy: "I was Transgender before Transgender was Mandatory!"|
|"Hey--Joe Biden creeps me out, too!"|
Clearly the man self-identified as a woman.
Hillary and the spiritually-unmoored Democrat Party say that makes him a woman. Period. No ifs, ands or buts.
Yet by her own standard, she keeps trying to steal Buchanan's title as our nation's First Woman President.
Pantsuit Nixon is trying to claim a trophy she doesn't deserve.
As Madeline Albright so eloquently put it:
"There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." Oh, preach it, sister!
Buchanan was formerly known for his dithering, incompetence, lack of vision and pathetic leadership as the nation slid into chaos and Civil War.
So don't cruelly take away his rightful place as our nation's First Woman President, Cruella DeBill.
After all, he's already forever lost his only other claim to fame:
Worst President Ever.
|"I was the Worst!"|
|"Buchanan only burnt down America; Hillary and I flambé zee whole world!"|
|Dead Last and Dead Broke|