At the end of the first presidential debate hillary clinton hammered Donald Trump with a bathroom sink of personal insults. Despite the door being opened wide, Trump in turn declined to hurl invective at hillary over bill clinton’s peccadilloes. He explained his reasoning:
“I didn’t want to… attack her husband on what took place with respect to him and his life and all of the things that took place because Chelsea, who I happen to think is a wonderful young lady was in the room.”
Apparently Chelsea and Ivanka Trump have been friends for some time, but that sure didn’t stop Chelsea from repaying Trump’s kindness by slamming him:
And candidly, I don’t remember a time in my life when my parents and my family weren’t being attacked, and so it just sort of seems to be in that tradition, unfortunately. And what I find most troubling by far are Trump’s — and we talked about this when you interviewed me the night before the Iowa caucus — are Trump’s continued, relentless attacks on whole swaths of our country and even our global community: women, Muslims, Americans with disabilities, a Gold Star family. I mean, that, to me, is far more troubling than whatever his most recent screed against my mom or my family [is].
In 2012 Mitt Romney took the high road.
The obama syndicate painted Romney- probably one of the most decent people on the planet- as a liar, tax cheat, felon and even murderer. They even put a dunce cap on him:
John McCain also lost by trying to be a gentleman. Those days are over. Conservative candidates are facing unimagined levels of fraud and abuse on the parts of democrats- a complete loss of civility, led by adolescent, immature young “men” like George Stephanopoulos, David Plouffe and Robbie Mook. And of course, there’s obama’s speechwriter Jon Favreau:
One person who isn’t taking this lightly is Juanita Broaddrick:
No, they are not good people. They are awful people. Treat them as such, but in a matter fact approach. I would remind voters how hillary treated women who accused her husband of indiscretions- nuts and sluts, trailer park trash, narcissistic looney tunes and “drag a hundred dollar through a trailer park you never know what you gonna find.” I’ve got a great source of material for you here:
To see similar hypocritical Leftist misogyny, we need only go back to the last time a Democrat was in the White House. Whenever a woman came forward with allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct by Bill Clinton, the response of the Clinton defenders, both in and out of the media, was to attack her credibility, character, and virtue. Advisor James Carville famously said of Paula Jones (the young Arkansas state employee whom Clinton as governor had his state police guard procure to his hotel room for the purpose of orally pleasuring him), “Drag $100 bills through trailer parks, there’s no telling what you’ll find.” Evan Thomas of Newsweek dutifully complemented the slander by declaring her on national television “just some sleazy woman with big hair coming out of the trailer parks,” though he later was compelled to apologize in print. (One wonders how residents of trailer parks felt about that, but I guess empathy for them is for the little people.) When Kathleen Willey accused the president of groping her in the White House, and was physically threatened for her trouble, feminist icon and (former) scourge of sexual harassers Gloria Steinem said that it was no problem — he was entitled to a freebie, after which Cathy Young of Reason magazine reported on “the death of sexual harassment.”
Hillary treated women worse than dogs in order to further her political future. Maybe you can even ask hillary about this:
Do not go gently into that good night, Donald. Don’t be nice.