Give us a break! Hillary Clinton’s swipe at Obama’s ISIS strategy is a major self-awareness fail

President Obama last night spelled out his plan to protect the U.S. from terrorist attacks by staying the course against ISIS and al-Qaeda while escalating the battle against the NRA. Sensing a political opportunity, Hillary Clinton took her former boss to task:

Oh no she didn’t!

The Clinton campaign strategy revolves around trying to convince voters that Hillary hasn’t been in any position of national power in the last several years:

Nice try, Hillary.

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Vox gives up Dem debate schedule secret (and Iowahawk narrows it down even more)

The Debbie Wasserman Schultz-led DNC has been criticized by some scheduling so few debates for the Democrat candidates. Even Vox pointed out that the few debates that have been set don’t seem to be during times that would maximize the viewing audience:

In other words:


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‘5-car pileup’: Iowahawk senses Hillary’s campaign desperation [Vine]

At the latest Democrat debate, Hillary Clinton caused some head scratching when she said “I don’t want to just stop bad things from happening, I want to start good things from happening.”

It sounds like she’s worked out the kinks and fixed the line, but it still doesn’t come across very well, as Iowahawk points out:

Combine everything and we get…

That speaks volumes. For starters:

Hillary’s promising to be an extension of the Obama administration, except with “good things” this time?

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Chris Christie endorses Donald Trump for president

Earlier this month in New Hampshire, Donald Trump earned a hug from Chris Christie (who also famously hugged Obama in 2012).

Today Trump received a full endorsement from the New Jersey governor and former GOP presidential candidate:

Christie dropped out of the presidential race after the New Hampshire primary.

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Bernie Sanders thinks Bill Clinton’s behavior so ‘disgraceful’ he won’t bring it up at next debate with Hillary

Bernie Sanders had some harsh criticism for the husband of his opponent:

Has Sanders found a weakness he’s willing to exploit? Nah:

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Friday called Bill Clintons sexual scandals totally disgraceful and unacceptable but said he would not use the former president’s infidelities against Hillary Clinton.

Sanders said he’s running against Hillary Clinton, not Bill Clinton, so he won’t make it an issue.

Maybe at the next debate, instead of dismissing her emails, Sanders will win applause from Hillary for saying he’s sick and tired of hearing about her husband’s damn infidelities before both return to trying to explain how the Republicans are bad for women.

At this point Sanders seems to be just angling for a cabinet post in President Hillary’s administration.

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