I have to apologize for the hideous image staring back at you. It may as well say: "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" ("In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming...)
Dan Greenfield lampoons the nascent "Hillary for Pres" publicity surge.
It was an interesting week. Obama compared Nelson Mandela to George Washington, which reinforces that Obama has no clue about the history of either man. I could not imagine Martha Washington being accused of murder, but these are strange times.
Are you Ready? (Chess... I apologize in advance since viewing the image on the bag has a similar effect as Ipecac).
What grotesque object serves as the contents of the pictured bag?
Will the next version of Hillary's bag say "Listo"...?
It is a bag of shame and we should place our heads in it if we allow it to happen.
I am not ready, nor will ever be to prepare myself for the utter shame and embarrassment of a Hillary presidency.
I am not ready to forget Benghazi and all her blunderings that lead to the death of Americans on American soil.
I am not ready to accept that shrill caterwauling that was her response to our elected representatives as to why the Secretary of State did nothing.
The imagery of "Ready" is some nightmare that chills the viewer in the same vein as the discovery of bloody human remains, or threatening looming image of despair. Only Rod Serling could appropriately introduce the ensuing nightmare.
The fact that she is considered a front-running candidate shows where politics in America has come full circle from the Boss Tweed days.
The only appropriate response to Hillary-Ready, is Marlon Brando as Col. Kurtz in Apocalypse now:
"The Horror.... The horror..."