Hart: Hillary’s campaign looking like the Hindenburg

Hart: Hillary’s campaign looking like the Hindenburg

Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers are in free fall, so much so that she had to leave her vacation with friends in the Hamptons to return to her self-described “fight for the poor.” It was quite the sacrifice; now’s the best time to be at the beach.

 

By RON HART  Sept. 19, 2015

 

Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers are in free fall, so much so that she had to leave her vacation with friends in the Hamptons to return to her self-described “fight for the poor.” It was quite the sacrifice; now’s the best time to be at the beach.

Cruising to her “coronation” as Democratic nominee, all she has had to do is run against herself. She has – and she’s losing. Now she will actually have to go to work in Iowa. Like any presidential candidate, she will spend a lot of time in Iowa now to get elected so she will never have to set foot in the state again.

If you see a Democrat politician in Iowa, it is either during a presidential campaign or his or her Lear jet crashed.

Putting on her best corn dog-eating pantsuit, she suffered the awkward indignity of walking around the Iowa State Fair. Corn dogs fried in butter are a good deal there, a two-for-one. The sign should say: “Corn dogs for sale – buy one, get type two diabetes for free.”

It was fun to watch a limousine liberal like Hillary, who loves the trappings of New York and the Hamptons, having to act like she enjoyed meeting the regular folks in states like Iowa. She has to be around people who look like they would argue with the McDonald’s manager about when the breakfast service should end. She is clearly uncomfortable doing this because she believes it is beneath her.  Read More: http://www.newsherald.com/article/20150919/OPINION/150919167

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