May 29, 2016
The New York Times has put it very lightly with the headline “Hillary Clinton Struggles to Find Footing in Unusual Race.” Perhaps a more accurate headline would have been “Hillary Clinton Squeals Like a Stuck Pig as Her Entire Being is Smashed Into a Vile Ooze by the Trump Train.”
The NYT is so ridiuclously dishonest.
Who the hell even reads this crap, other than Nazis mocking it?
New York Times:
Democrats could hardly believe their good fortune last month when it became clear that Hillary Clinton was headed to a general election showdown with Donald J. Trump. Mr. Trump carried so much baggage and had insulted so many voting blocs that some Clinton supporters began to imagine a landslide.
That’s just a lie.
No strategist thought Hillary would stand a chance against Trump. I don’t think any normal people thought that either. The only people who made the argument were cuckservatives, such as those on Red State.
But early optimism that this would be an easy race is evaporating. In the corridors of Congress, on airplane shuttles between New York and Washington, at donor gatherings and on conference calls, anxiety is spreading through the Democratic Party that Mrs. Clinton is struggling to find her footing.
While she enjoys many demographic advantages heading into the fall, key Democrats say they are growing worried that her campaign has not determined how to combat her unpredictable, often wily Republican rival, to whom criticism seldom sticks and rules of decorum seem not to apply.
Mrs. Clinton is pressing ahead with a conventional campaign, echoing the 2012 themes used against the Republican nominee that year, Mitt Romney. But Mr. Trump is running a jarringly different crusade: accusing her husband, former President Bill Clinton, of rape; proposing that the country conduct brutal methods of torture; and suggesting that South Korea and Japan be permitted to develop nuclear arms. Prominent Democrats say a more provocative approach is needed.
Get in the friggin game, bitch!
We were promised a game!
Come out to play!
The sense of nervousness crystallized this week when Mrs. Clinton devoted campaign events across California to hitting Mr. Trump for not releasing his tax returns and depicting him as a cold corporate titan who profited off the housing crisis. Such charges helped undermine Mr. Romney four years ago. Yet Mrs. Clinton’s remarks received little in-depth coverage in the news media, while cable channels went live with Mr. Trump’s rat-a-tat recitation of “Crooked Hillary,” his favored nickname for her.
Madam Goldman Sachs is going to have a reaaaaaally difficult time painting the Dark Horse self-made billionaire as a corporate shill.
The reason the media isn’t reporting those attacks is probably that they’re embarrassed for her.
Jennifer Palmieri, a spokeswoman for the Clinton campaign, said that the news coverage Mr. Trump is receiving is not helping him.
That’s definitely the stupidest statement I’ve read this month.
It may actually be the stupidest statement I’ve ever heard in my life.
She said that unlike Mr. Trump, who uses “nothing but his own mouth,” Mrs. Clinton has a campaign that employs many methods of communication, including videos, respected surrogates and bilingual outreach. “We hear from friends who think we should act more like Trump or criticize us for sometimes using traditional communications tactics,” she said. “But we don’t think that’s the answer.”
Yeah, it’s not too late to act more like Trump, Hilldawg.
Start talking about building a wall and banning Moslems. You would still be so much more unlikable than Trump on a human level though, so even if you adopted all his policies you would still lose. Your best bet at this point is to kick it up a notch and say you’ll send Blacks back to Africa and will literally gas Jews in fake shower rooms.
Then you might have a chance.
Outside of that though, this whole thing is stupid to even write about at this point. The election is already over.
As a candidate, Mrs. Clinton is not without her own issues to overcome, including her inability to quickly put away Senator Bernie Sanders and her use of a private email server when she was secretary of state, feeding a perception she is not trustworthy. In a report delivered this past week to Congress, the State Department’s inspector general strongly criticized her for the practice.
This silly bitch can’t even get Obama to endorse her, even while her entire platform is “I’m Obama part two.”
The Clinton campaign is going to go down as one of the worst failures of any human being in history.
Good thing she’s got a Jew with a plan.
Senator Chuck Schumer of New York is concerned that she lacks a comprehensive strategy to confront Mr. Trump, and has told Democrats that the Clinton campaign must bring on a senior staff member dedicated only to the Trump portfolio.
“As soon as she clinches the nomination, we need a high-level person in the campaign whose sole job is to respond to Trump, almost on an hourly basis,” said Mr. Schumer, who has begun conversations with Clinton officials about who could fill that role.
The problem with this Jew’s plan however is that there is no response to Trump.
Even with some special genius sitting around thinking up responses, there still won’t be any responses.
Trying to stump the Trump is like trying to bend a spoon with your mind.
In all seriousness guys, your best bet is to try and develop some kind of Cerebro-type machine and attempt to take over Trump’s brain remotely.
Short of a hostile psychic takeover of his brain however… I’m just not seeing it.
During a conference call this month, high-profile female supporters pressed Mrs. Clinton’s advisers about her message — which has as a slogan “Breaking Down Barriers” — and whether it needs to shift for the general election. “The message will be broadening,” Karen Finney, a senior adviser, explained, according to a transcript of the call obtained by The New York Times. “But,” she added, leaving some participants perplexed, “breaking down barriers and unity will continue to be part of the theme because Hillary believes we need to come together as a country in many ways.”
Wait, I thought the slogan “breaking down barriers” was a direct response to “We need. To build. A wall. And we need to do it quickly”?
But I guess it’s turned out that most people don’t really like the idea of infinity mass immigration.
Debates have broken out in Mrs. Clinton’s Brooklyn headquarters over the best approach to take. Some advisers worry that by running against Mr. Trump as she would a traditional Republican candidate, Mrs. Clinton is actually making the reality-television star appear more legitimate.
At the same time, Mrs. Clinton’s attempts at poking Mr. Trump have felt tame compared with what he has unleashed. The day after he accused her husband of rape on Fox News this month, she told CNN, “I have concluded he is not qualified to be president.”
Her aides were exuberant that Mrs. Clinton, a cautious candidate who for weeks had demurred when asked if Mr. Trump was up to the job, had finally publicly declared him unfit. But to many Clinton allies, it felt like a tepid tactic from yesteryear.
“Sometimes, you get the feeling that they’re in a professional boxing match and he’s in a street fight, and they’re coming in with their gloves on,” said the Rev. Al Sharpton, expressing dismay over the Clinton operation’s apparent lack of appetite for combat.
“This is a street fight with a guy with a razor and a broken Coca-Cola bottle,” he added, “and you’ve got to fight him like that.”
LOL @ Black man’s analogy.
Any aggressive approach by Mrs. Clinton is potentially dangerous, however, because recent polls show she is viewed negatively by a majority of the electorate.
The campaign says it intends to go after Mr. Trump more forcefully, particularly on national security and his business record, after June 7, when Mrs. Clinton is expected to officially clinch her party’s nomination.
For now, her aides appear to be throwing ideas against a wall to see what sticks, including trying out different monikers after the Democratic National Committee’s “Dangerous Donald” flopped.
It depends what you mean by “flopped,” I guess.
— TRUMP WORLD (@trump_world) May 28, 2016
Alt-Right shitposters loved it and are still using it.
You might as well have called him “Donald Bond” or “Bane.”
An internal favorite is “Poor Donald,” with its implication that Mr. Trump, famously defensive about his net worth, is not nearly as wealthy as he lets on.
Yeah, that’s a little bit better I guess.
Except that he actually is that rich.
Her advisers also say that a large percentage of voters have not yet paid attention to the details of the race and do not know about Mr. Trump’s business dealings or that he has refused to release his taxes.
No one cares about his taxes.
People care about A WALL.
That’s the core problem here. Trump’s policies are just really, really popular.
“It wouldn’t be a general election without some early bed-wetting from Washington insiders,” said Robby Mook, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager. He noted that the campaign had attacked Mr. Trump over the tax returns and for his “demeaning millions of Americans.”
“Our campaign has already shown the resolve to take him on and put him on defense in ways his Republican challengers never could,” Mr. Mook added.
Cruzman Sachs’ Bible thumping was hella more efficient than anything Hillary’s done.
Even Ben Carson’s droning accomplished more.
Maybe Hillary could combine the two: take a bunch of Xanex then start talking non-stop about the Bible.
She can call it the “Black Cadillac” strategy (because Carson is Black and Cuba is famous for old Cadillacs – get it????).
It is clear, however, that Democrats are no longer mocking Mr. Trump. Many of them seem determined instead to understand his appeal.
No need to spend money on this. I can tell you his appeal right now, if you simply solve my riddle:
I am a four letter word that starts with a “w” and ends with two “l”s and I am not “well” or “will.” China built one of me and so did Israeli Jews. I am also the name of the best prog-rock album of all time.
In an interview on Friday, Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado said he had purchased and begun reading Mr. Trump’s book “The Art of the Deal.”
The governor said he remained confident that Mrs. Clinton would ultimately win, but added that “she has to be careful, because now he has momentum.”
Momentum: It’s a Train thing.
Yall faggots wouldn’t understand.
Here’s the official song of the Clinton campaign.