Media ponders all Hillary's base instincts toward Ron Paul
What crime did she commit?
Talking heads this weekend debated the lewd behavior of Hillary Clinton at a recent Ron Paul rally. According to some eyewitnesses at the event, Mrs. Clinton was sexually aroused by a Ron Paul speech. After an initial denial, a Clinton campaign spokesman back-pedaled and left open the possibility that the Democratic primary candidate was indeed very excited to see the popular GOP primary candidate.
On "The McLaughlin Group"--a political issues oriented TV program that airs weekly--host John McLaughlin put the issue on the table.
"Issue number one," McLaughlin intoned. "Are all Hillary's base instincts showing? This week, Democratic primary candidate Hillary Clinton was seen attending a Ron Paul event and was apparently very happy to see the GOP primary candidate give a speech. Main screen turn on. (Shows video clip of Republican witnesses to Hillary's excited state) Question: What is the significance of Hillary's attendance at the event?"
"Clearly Hillary Clinton is sending a message to Ron Paul," said Eleanor Clift, a Newsweek reporter. "He get signal. She's saying 'Look, I'm going to win, you have no chance to survive against me in a Presidential election.' But also, I think that turns her on and she's also saying to him 'I still think you're hot, Doctor Paul.' I think it's a bold and aggressive feminine campaign strategy."
"But it's also very arrogant," countered Tony Blankley of the Washington Times. "I mean, it's still early in the campaign and Paul's fundraising is doing remarkably well for a longshot candidacy. Surely Paul can afford better than Hillary. Paul has a lot of groupies."
Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune jumped in next. "This whole thing is more of a psychological ploy than anything else," Page remarked. "Mrs. Clinton is trying to use her feminine charms to distract Paul and throw him off his game. All's fair in love and war, but make no mistake: War is beginning."
"Yes, the campaigns are steaming up," observed Pat Buchanan of MSNBC. "But I think Hillary was a little too premature with this. She should have waited a little longer and lost some weight. After that, she could have really set up him the sex bomb."
"I think you're right," agreed Clift. "And the Paul supporters are beginning to worry that Hillary's sex charms could put Paul on the way to destruction. They are as nervous as CATS in a room full of rocking chairs."
The discussion then turned gossipy.
"Do you think Paul tried to move zig on her?" wondered Page.
"What you say?" asked Buchanan, surprised. "Ron Paul is a happily married man. He'd spurn her advances, for great justice."
"Maybe he wouldn't turn her down if she took off every zig," Blankley speculated. "Maybe then Paul would make his time with her."
"How are you gentlemen supposed to understand any of this?" Clift asked in frustration. "Not one of you is a woman. As the only woman on this discussion panel, let me tell you that when a woman is infatuated with a man all her base are belong to him. And that is a powerful motivator. She know what she doing."