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Monday, May 23, 2016

Hillary's going for a "reset" on her slogan

The women's rights thing wasn't working because she attacked the women her husband violated sexually, and the glass ceiling thing sounded like she was insinuating men were looking up skirts from the first floor up to the second floor.

The Reset Button with Russia was a total failure because it actually didn't say "reset," it said "overloaded" or "overcharged." That's just an example of Hillary efficiency.

But now Hillary has a new and improved campaign slogan: "Stronger Together."

Perhaps the reason behind her selecting that slogan may have to do with the fact that her party rival, Bernie Sanders, cannot say "stronger" without mispronouncing it as "shhtronger." 

Or perhaps she needs to sound tougher than Donald Trump.

In any case, Hillary couldn't stop saying that two-word phrase when asked on NBC's "Meet the Press" to explain her campaign's "big idea."

"Look, we are stronger together. We are stronger together in facing our internal challenges and our external ones. We are stronger together if we work to improve the economy."

She went on to repeat that phrase five times, sounding like her reset button was stuck on stupid. However, she admitted that "slogans come and go and all the rest of it."

Just what 'and all the rest of it' meant, we can only guess.

Last year Hillary's rallying cry slogan was "I'm With Her." She got the idea from a shirt Bill gave her after his return on the Epstein Island fantasy. The shirt had an arrow pointing to the side with the words: "I'm with Stupid" printed above.

Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" out-did hers and Sanders' whose slogan was "A Future to Believe In" [if you believe that this time socialism will work rather than kill].

Not to be outdone by the Donald, Clinton tried to test some anti-Trump slogans when she spoke after Super Tuesday in Miami. She used the phrase "Make America whole."

Whole Foods was delighted.

Then she called for a push to "break down barriers" and "build ladders of opportunity," which  made fire fighters smile.

Finally, she tried "love and kindness," which brought a reminiscent smile to Bill's face.

Of course Trump didn't waste a New York minute to attack her use of "Make America whole again." He said, "what's that all about? Make America great again is going to be much better than making America whole again."

The truth is, if anyone thinks we need to make America whole again, they can thank Obama for dividing us in the first place.

Trump is the only candidate that will get my vote. Any other vote puts a felon in the White House.