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Bill and Hillary Clinton launch U.S. tour - "One of a kind conversation"

Bill and Hillary Clinton are taking their show on the road.

The famous political couple, who individually charge well into six figures for an address, is launching a 13-city joint public speaking tour of the U.S. and Canada titled “An Evening with the Clintons” that kicks off Nov. 18 in Las Vegas.

Tickets to see the former president and former secretary of state live on stage aren’t cheap. At the 5,200-seat Park Theater in Las Vegas, the same venue where Lady Gaga will soon have a residency, seats cost between $72.48 and $228.44. And at the Opera House in Boston, tickets go for between $120.50 and $745.50, and that doesn’t include fees to promoter Live Nation.

So what can audience members expect from the show?

“Experience a one-of-a-kind conversation with two individuals who have helped shape our world and had a front seat to some of the most important moments in modern history,” the public relations copy for the tour reads. “From the American presidency to the halls of the Senate and State Department to one of the United States’ most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections, they provide a unique perspective on the past, and remarkable insight into where we go from here.”

The tour will wrap up at the 17,505-seat Forum in Inglewood, Calif., an arena that usually hosts music stars. In the coming days, Drake, Phil Collins and the band twenty one pilots will take the stage there. Also on the schedule, however, is former First Lady Michelle Obama, who will appear in mid-November.

The Clintons aren’t novices on the paid lecture circuit. From 2001 to 2015, they raked in more than $153 million in speaking fees for 729 events. As yet, there is no word on how much the former first couple might make for the Live Nation tour.

by Anonymousreply 242Last Sunday at 3:02 PM

How about some cheaper tickets? Sheesh.

by Anonymousreply 110/08/2018

Another Opening, Another Show

by Anonymousreply 210/08/2018

She's going to run again, isn't she?

by Anonymousreply 310/08/2018

Oh dead god. They need to sit down and shut up.

by Anonymousreply 410/08/2018

I think this tour says the opposite, R3.

by Anonymousreply 510/08/2018

[quote]How about some cheaper tickets? Sheesh.

This is a money making venture for them, not a charity event.

by Anonymousreply 610/08/2018

I am glad they won't let themselves be bullied by anybody, right wing nuts and BernorBusters.

They show up and keep on doing what's the right thing to do!

by Anonymousreply 710/08/2018

"We don't have enough money already. Please give us more!"

WTF

Though I hear that what's left of Nirvana and Joan Jett are going to be opening for them.

There will also be a prize for the best "Rachel" haircut in the audience

by Anonymousreply 810/08/2018

They're waiting until after the mid-term elections, because it's going to kick start her 2020 campaign.

I really have a feeling that she hasn't given up her dream of being President.

She probably feels like she can beat him (again), especially given what Rump has done to the Presidency.

by Anonymousreply 910/08/2018

Congress started giving former presidents a pension after Harry Truman was so broke that he was forced to do used car commercials or something similar. It was felt using his former position to make $$$ was tacky and damaging to the office. Now they all make millions cashing in on the office after they leave.

by Anonymousreply 1010/08/2018

[quote] They're waiting until after the mid-term elections, because it's going to kick start her 2020 campaign.

Wrong. No way she'd go on a tour of any sorts if she wanted to run again. I think this is the Clintons saying, fuck you, we'll tell you exactly what we think.

by Anonymousreply 1110/08/2018

I know I would enjoy listening to them...I think they will do OK.

by Anonymousreply 1210/08/2018

Anyone who thinks Clinton is running again is not a person that can be reasoned with r11.

by Anonymousreply 1310/08/2018

These two are a bottomless pit when it comes to money. For them it's never enough. They really need to shut the fuck up and go away. And I'm a Democrat.

by Anonymousreply 1410/08/2018

They don't think she's running, R13. They're afraid that she may run, but she won't.

by Anonymousreply 1510/08/2018

[quote]Now they all make millions cashing in on the office after they leave.

It is hard to fault them. People want to hear them speak, people want to read their thoughts. That is why these officials get offered so much many for these speaking gigs and book deals. And who is going to turn away money for their thoughts. Especially politicians, who are by nature people who enjoy the attention and love to give their opinions.

by Anonymousreply 1610/08/2018

Love them. Both national treasures.

by Anonymousreply 1710/08/2018

I'd rather go to see Michelle Obama on her book tour.

by Anonymousreply 1810/08/2018

[quote]These two are a bottomless pit when it comes to money. For them it's never enough. They really need to shut the fuck up and go away. And I'm a Democrat.

No R14, you are not a democrat, you are an idiot. They would be way more rich now if they hadn't been president, First Lady, senator or SOS.

by Anonymousreply 1910/08/2018

They're deplorable. You can see why they were friends with Trump for 30 years.

And R18, agreed! I'd pay to see her speak. The Clintons? BLECH.

by Anonymousreply 2010/08/2018

Hillary isn't running again. Her and Bill have passed the baton to Chelsea.

by Anonymousreply 2110/08/2018

"Love them. Both national treasures."

"National treasures?" You're a troll or crazy.

by Anonymousreply 2210/08/2018

The Democrats have no strong message or messenger. The Clintons are going to fill that vacuum -which I don't think is a good thing. We need to get our younger candidates some room to rise.

by Anonymousreply 2310/08/2018

Now what would have sprung those two to massive riches if not for their political careers? Jesus.

by Anonymousreply 2410/08/2018

The tickets for Michelle's tour are just as expensive, maybe even moreso. I thought about going to see her in DC, the cheapest seats were like 120.

by Anonymousreply 2510/08/2018

Why can’t they just go the fuck away?

by Anonymousreply 2610/08/2018

[quote] They're afraid that she may run

Which "they" are you referring to, R15-- the GOP? the other Democrats? Both?

[quote] They would be way more rich now if they hadn't been president, First Lady, senator or SOS.

Doing what, exactly, R19? Selling their Silicon Valley startup? Managing hedge funds?

Had they not gone into politics, they'd both likely be senior partners at prestigious law firms with about 1/10 of the total wealth they have now. (Though 1/10 of what they have now is still a whole lot of money)

by Anonymousreply 2710/08/2018

I hope Hillary sings "Wedding Bell Blues."

by Anonymousreply 2810/08/2018

Bill Clinton was a great President and Hillary has been excellent in the political arena as well. I like both of them and wish them well.

Going out on tour and making money is The American Way.

by Anonymousreply 2910/08/2018

Let me correct my post at R27

They'd likely be RETIRED or semi-retired senior partners by now, since politics seems to be the only field where people routinely work full time into their 80s.

by Anonymousreply 3010/08/2018

[quote] experience a one-of-a-kind conversation ...

Why are they doing this? Do they need the attention? Do they need the money? They have less class than any political person beside Donald Trump. Just so many reasons this is wrong - but this is what politics has become in the USA.

by Anonymousreply 3110/08/2018

R10 Harry Truman, one of America's greatest, down-to-earth Presidents, was also not given Secret Service men to look after him . After his Presidency was up he and his wife left Washington and drove their own car home to another state.

by Anonymousreply 3210/08/2018

Things were very different until very recently R32

In Lincoln's day, anyone who wanted to could walk into the White House and request to see the President, even if he was in his private quarters.

People used to come in an cut off pieces of the curtains as souvenirs.

by Anonymousreply 3310/08/2018

Hillary is destined to run in 2020 and beat the Orange Tortellini.

by Anonymousreply 3410/08/2018

Not sure what the point is - in all fairness, they have more money than they could ever spend at this point. But, whatever.

I’m just glad they had the sense to wait until after the mid-terms to go on tour, and I’m hoping no sound bites come out from the frank conversations that could be used against/tied to Democrats in 2018 and 2020 - fingers crossed!

by Anonymousreply 3510/08/2018

"The tour will start in Las Vegas, Nevada, with an event at the Park Theater. The couple will then travel to Toronto, Montreal and Texas before the end of 2018. The tour will start back up in April of 2019 with events in New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, the District of Colombia, British Columbia, Washington and California."

So three of the 12 stops are in Canada. Should Justin Trudeau be worried?

by Anonymousreply 3610/08/2018

Neither The Clintons nor the Obamas were wealthy pre White House. They were just upper middle class families. They had humble beginnings, didn't come from family wealth.

by Anonymousreply 3710/08/2018

[quote] Hillary isn't running again. Her and Bill have passed the baton to Chelsea.

Oh, dear!

by Anonymousreply 3810/08/2018

The baton appears to have struck her face.

by Anonymousreply 3910/08/2018

Don't believe the lying New York Times and the fake media.

My father only gave me a roll of quarters as a start.

by Anonymousreply 4010/08/2018

[quote] I really have a feeling that she hasn't given up her dream of being President.

Why the hell should the most qualified candidate in history just give up? The only reason she lost is that the Russians changed her votes.

Even Trump admits: "She doesn't quit, she doesn't give up"

by Anonymousreply 4110/08/2018

They need money and attention, because they have the personality types that continually crave it. But I wouldn't pay two cents to have a "one of a kind conversation" with them.

I don't see Chelsea Clinton as ever getting elected to anything. She is SO unappealing, both in appearance and personality. And she's as money grubbing as deal old Mom and Dad.

by Anonymousreply 4210/08/2018

I wonder if they'll sing?

by Anonymousreply 4310/08/2018

If this is to set up Hillary 2020, they have a giant uphill climb for me to agree with that. If this is to set up Chelsea for the 2020s, I disagree with that and think that ultimately she has a situation of even more negative charisma than Hillary. If this is to do some part in getting a Democratic win for 2020, then I just hope they have no blunder or push too hard to ensure just their person gets in the primaries. And if this is just for money, then no surprise.

I do think USA should move past the Clintons (though I'm Canadian), but I can say I'm a minimum open to them taking a subdued supportive approach.

This is likely just for money.

by Anonymousreply 4410/08/2018

Hillary had a hard time filling rooms for free. Why would they pay now?

by Anonymousreply 4510/08/2018

R44 Why are you so pressed about the clinton's going on a speaking tour in their own country? Especially since you're canadian? WHY?

They're no longer running for political office and their also not beholden to official ethics of holding office any longer. So why does it bother you so much.

by Anonymousreply 4610/08/2018

[quote] They're no longer running for political office and their also not beholden to official ethics of holding office any longer.

LOL... you obviously have no idea how that sounds or you wouldn't have made that observation in this context.

by Anonymousreply 4710/08/2018

Unless they’re reviving Sonmy & Cher’s act I don’t know why anyone in their right mind would go.

by Anonymousreply 4810/08/2018

[quote] I wouldn't pay two cents to have a "one of a kind conversation" with them

Well it doesn't sound like it's going to be much of a conversation, since they'll be the only ones talking.

by Anonymousreply 4910/08/2018

A philanderer and a two-time loser. Hot ticket!

by Anonymousreply 5010/08/2018

I’m in. I’ve been to some of these speaking events. In the past. Quite a bit of the money goes to charity. Honestly, I don’t care. These are often shockingly frank events. I saw one with Bill Clinton and Bob Dole and they just were brutally honest about the state of American politics - during Bush 43. It was amazing.

by Anonymousreply 5110/08/2018

If Bill and Hillary would tell us the amount of money they require for us to be able to get rid of them—once and for all—it would probably be worth it.

Name your price, Bill and Hillary!

(After this…we can take on the rest of the corrupt, corporate, oppressive, establishment of the Democratic Party.)

by Anonymousreply 5210/08/2018

The Clintons have dominated Democratic politics for the last 25 years. They're not going away.

Until we come up with a new generation of charismatics leaders, they're basically all we have.

But to their credit they stay engaged, whereas most other politicians just leave the spotlight and go into hiding.

Public service (and self service) is in their blood. That's why they're perfect for each other.

by Anonymousreply 5310/08/2018

I like the way R48 thinks!

I can totally see them doing Sonny and Cher's act. Bill doing the goofball braggdocio, Hillary doing the droll putdowns, bringing out Chelsea in her pjs at the end to say good night to the audience...

by Anonymousreply 5410/08/2018

An idea for their opening number. I'm sure Sonny and Cher did this act at some point in their illustrious career.

by Anonymousreply 5510/08/2018

I hope they make a tone of $$$$$$ doing this tour. They deserve it.

by Anonymousreply 5610/08/2018

I'd like to see an evening with the Clinton's and Obama's tour. Now that would be huge. They'd have a sold out arena tour all over blue state America.

Can you imagine the amount of $$$$ something like that would generate? It would be insane.

And what if the Bushes joined them? Insane.

by Anonymousreply 5710/08/2018

It would be a good idea if Bill, Hillary, Michelle and Barack, Elisabeth Warren, even Bernie would come together on a tour to encourage people to vote in Nov. Not having unity is the biggest problem the democrats and people left of center have to beat the repugs.

by Anonymousreply 5810/08/2018

R58 That is a good idea. Unfortunately, many of the people on that list would only participate in such a tour if they were offered fees along the lines of the $600,000 they got from Goldman "That's what they offered" Sachs.

by Anonymousreply 5910/08/2018

[quote] I'd like to see an evening with the Clinton's and Obama's tour.

That'll never happen. Bill hates Obama with the heat of 10,000 suns.

Actually, both the Clintons still blame Obama for her not being President.

They tolerate each other, and that's it.

by Anonymousreply 6010/08/2018

Will she top or will they flip-flop?

by Anonymousreply 6110/08/2018

R53 writes,

[quote]The Clintons have dominated Democratic politics for the last 25 years. They're not going away.

Nobody lasts forever.

by Anonymousreply 6210/08/2018

President Carter on speaking fees:

"That's not what I want out of life," Carter said in 1989. "We give money. We don't take it."

by Anonymousreply 6310/08/2018

The Obama's are out there too. Michelle is always speaking at some elite conference event. And Barack is out there too giving a lot of speeches and attending events.

We should just be glad we have the Clintons and Obama's. There voices are very much needed right now. Especially with Trump at the helm.

I welcome anything any of them have to say. It's actually comforting to me. I don't want them to go away.

by Anonymousreply 6410/08/2018

R63 There's nothing wrong with making $$$. The Clintons and Obama's don't come from wealthy families. The clintons have chelsea they want to leave set for life. And I'm sure the Obamas want to do the same for their two daughters.

Making $$$$ legally is OK!!!

But I do get what Carter is saying.

by Anonymousreply 6510/08/2018

R65 Amy Carter didn't expect her parents to buy her a $10,000,000 Manhattan condo after her and her husband's hedge fund careers tanked. Teach your children well.

by Anonymousreply 6610/08/2018

R66 Everyone's priorities are different and there's nothing wrong with that. Remember, this is America land of opportunity. Cash in while you can.

Money is hard to come by in this world. So if corporations want to pay me hundreds of millions of dollars over the course of decades to speak especially if i have the gift of gab. Why not? It's easy money.

I'm taking the money and running. And you know you would too.

by Anonymousreply 6710/08/2018

The Clinton Foundation gravy train is gone. Their access to first-class travel is gone, hotels, etc. the fact they’re now charging the hoi polloi to hear them pontificating about groping interns and losing elections, instead of Arab governments paying them millions is kind of sad. They really have to work now, since foreign governements are no longer willing to pay for access to two has-beens.

by Anonymousreply 6810/08/2018

R67 I know I wouldn't. Why would I need it? I don't want a car and other crap. Taking money from Goldman Sachs or the Saudis is gross and corrupt. The Carters have worked for Habitat for Humanity for decades.

by Anonymousreply 6910/08/2018

r37 Hillary Clinton's father was a multi millionaire, back in the 60s already, Obama's father was a Harvard grad and a successful Kenyan politician, his white family was allegedly CIA, etc. . r46 The US has an empire, American companies read most people's emails, text messages, drive lots of smaller businesses and foreign businesses in general around the world in ruin, US movies and television and music run on television and cinemas and radios etc all around the world all the time and not that much to do about it, there are things like foreign policy and the world and its people can be very thankful that the American empire (that Americans are unwilling to admit and take responsibility for, just to profit from it) is actually a British-American empire, the US has military forces stationed all around the world, with those countries mostly not asking for it, no peace treaty with several countries, leader of the Western world etc. . Most countries are not allowed to become nuclear powers, having to buy their protection and give up their sovereignity to one of the big three or four powers.

Environmental destruction of the world, global warming, human extinction and several other problems of the world cannot be reduced on a national level, only populists pretend and uneducated people believe so. The US has never had that much of a culture, but being more influenced by immigrants and their quest for freedom, money, primitivity, and a few other things and rootlessness .

by Anonymousreply 7010/08/2018

Yet another money grab.

by Anonymousreply 7110/08/2018

Psychologists and her close personal friends have stated that Hillary is obsessed with money. No amount is ever enough. Bill is probably fine with having enough loose change to buy a coffee and a sandwich, but she puts him to work to double her income.

by Anonymousreply 7210/08/2018

Will Bill be chomping on a cigar as he prattles on?

by Anonymousreply 7310/09/2018

[quote] It would be a good idea if Bill, Hillary, Michelle and Barack, Elisabeth Warren, even Bernie would come together on a tour to encourage people to vote in Nov.

Are you aware that the Senate is currently in session? If Liz Warren and Bernie leave for a moment, the turtle will ram the filthiest legislation he's got through. (He cancelled recess so that Dem senators can't go to their home states to campaign: we're having this problem with Bill Nelson right now.)

by Anonymousreply 7410/09/2018

I love the tour idea, after all Hillary Clinton won the election, was rightfully the First Woman President of the United States.

Sadly it was only to have a the most stupid, illiterate crook in all of NYC conspire with Putin against the United States to rob our country of a Free and Democratic election. now it turns out many countries were willing to help as long as Donald gave away US economic security to Pay the bribes, with US Tax dollars.

Madam Secretary has quite a story to tell - the Trumps participation in Cyber warfare against our country is just another part of the whole.

Hillary will also have a lot of solutions and well thought out ideas that citizens may use to address the most critical problems facing out country’s survival. (Of course Shit for Brains and his Kids dont even know what is going on.)

by Anonymousreply 7510/09/2018

One of the "problems facing our country's survival" is too much credence given to the mainstream media. As displayed by fangurl R75.

by Anonymousreply 7610/09/2018

I personally would find it extremely cathartic to hear them speak and possibly have the opportunity to ask a question. I will likely look into attending, if at all possible.

by Anonymousreply 7710/09/2018

R75 is obviously Chelsea Clinton

by Anonymousreply 7810/09/2018

Given the Random capitalization though R78, it could be POTUS himself having a little fun.

by Anonymousreply 7910/09/2018

Do you prefer Reynold's Wrap for your hats R70, or will a store brand work just as well?

by Anonymousreply 8010/09/2018

Perhaps they can get revenge on Bart O'Kavanaugh.

by Anonymousreply 8110/09/2018

[quote] Why the hell should the most qualified candidate in history just give up?

[bold] STOP, HILL SHILLS, STOP!!!! Even Hillary does not profess this R41 [/bold]

She was arguably the most qualified candidate running in 2016.

But in "history" she's somewhere near the back of the pack.

Al Gore was a two-term Congressman, two-term Senator and two-term Vice President. And an Army officer in Vietnam.

Bush The Elder was probably the "most qualified" -- he'd been VP, Head of the CIA, Ambassador to China, Head of the RNC, a Congressman, a naval officer.

Bob Dole had been a Senator for around 30 years when he ran, had headed up the RNC and chaired numerous committees in the Senate (he was House Minority Leader) and was also a WW2 vet

That's just in the past 20 years. The list of candidates more qualified than Hillary Clinton is fairly lengthy.

This is not to take away from her abilities. Just that when you repeat ridiculous lies like that, you give the GOP ammunition.

by Anonymousreply 8210/09/2018

R79 the caps are where they should be.

Are you on your milk & cookie break in kindergarten?

by Anonymousreply 8310/09/2018

That's the value of a college education, R75

Words like "pay" do not get capitalized. Ditto "cyber", "free" and "democratic"

Unless you are one of Donald Trump's tweets

by Anonymousreply 8410/09/2018

This will help R75

by Anonymousreply 8510/09/2018

[quote]I think this is the Clintons saying, fuck you, we'll tell you exactly what we think.

The problem is that nobody cares what they think. They are two Baby Boomers who can't let go of power and attention. It's time the Democratic Party got some new voices. Why can't they just be like the Carters and go build homes in poor countries? What happened to the Clinton Global Initiative?

by Anonymousreply 8610/09/2018

{quote} Why the hell should the most qualified candidate in history just give up? The only reason she lost is that the Russians changed her votes.

Exactly. Exactly how I feel.

by Anonymousreply 8710/09/2018
by Anonymousreply 8810/09/2018

She was not the most qualified. But you go on telling yourself that.

by Anonymousreply 8910/09/2018

Wow, delusional berniebro at R89 alert!

by Anonymousreply 9010/09/2018

The trolls ooze out in flocks in these threads, don't they?

by Anonymousreply 9110/09/2018

I certainly voted for the Clintons and support them totally over any republican, ever and always. And they certainly are the most interesting power couple in the country.

That said, I wish they could go the Jimmy Carter route and go out and help the poor that they always talk about, build houses for the immigrants they support, get their hands dirty with those who need them. It just would be nice, for once, to see them do something that they didn't charge money for.

by Anonymousreply 9210/09/2018

What happened to the Clinton Global Initiative? Why aren't they out doing work for that?

by Anonymousreply 9310/09/2018

Maybe the Carter's should invite the Clintons to come and build some houses for them.

It would look really bad if they turned them down. Maybe invite the Clintons in a very public way then they'd have to come.

by Anonymousreply 9410/09/2018

He's not delusional R90

As per my post at R82, she was possibly the most qualified candidate in the2016 election. (Though an argument could be made that Bernie Sanders, who'd served as a Congressman for 16 years and Senator for 9 years, or John Kasich, who'd been a Congressman for 18 years and governor of Ohio for 5 years were equally as qualified as Clinton, who'd only held elective office for 8 years plus 4 years as SOS.)

Historically, she is somewhere towards the back of the pack.

But that doesn't matter-- Obama was one of the least qualified candidates--ditto JFK and even Bill Clinton--and they made excellent presidents.

by Anonymousreply 9510/09/2018

[quote]Oh dead god.

Totally stealing that.

by Anonymousreply 9610/09/2018

And then there's bush Jr who wasn't qualified at all and should have never been president in the first place.

But republicans stole that election too. Literally stole it.

by Anonymousreply 9710/09/2018

I’ve never understood this argument that a resume full of political offices is evidence of being highly qualified for the presidency. Before becoming president, James Buchanan’s list of federal offices included US Representative, US Senator, Ambassador to Russia, Ambassador to the UK, and Secretary of State. Abraham Lincoln served one term as a US Rep before being elected president. Buchanan isn’t the one on Mt. Rushmore.

by Anonymousreply 9810/09/2018

"The Clintons and Obama's don't come from wealthy families. The clintons have chelsea they want to leave set for life."

She's already "set for life", you cluck. So are her parents, they've been wallowing in dough for a long time. They don't need money. They WANT it. They're greedy, always have been. Consumed with money lust.

by Anonymousreply 9910/09/2018

There's only four faces on Mt Rushmore, r98.

by Anonymousreply 10010/09/2018

[quote]Hillary Clinton's father was a multi millionaire, back in the 60s already, Obama's father was a Harvard grad and a successful Kenyan politician, his white family was allegedly CIA, etc

Hillary and Obama may have come from money, but Bill Clinton didn’t. His mother was a nurse, and his stepfather was an alcoholic car salesman.

by Anonymousreply 10110/09/2018

They want for nothing, except for Hillary wanting power and Bill wanting freedom.

by Anonymousreply 10210/09/2018

Like most jobs in life though, people expect you to have relevant experience r98.

That's the way the world works, if your resume doesn't show that you have the experience necessary to do the job, odds are you are not going to get hired.

by Anonymousreply 10310/09/2018

R99 people with money want more money. Look at Trump and billionaires and the kardashian jenner family. All very wealthy people but constantly chasing more wealth.

So what's the problem with the clinton's grabbing what they can too? For some people it's never enough.

by Anonymousreply 10410/09/2018

Hillary was elected the President of the most powerful Democracy on Earth. She was robbed by an illiterate, money laundering mobster for Russia Authoritarian Dictator.

Trumps conspiracy w/Putins Cyberwarfare against America is revealing even more evidence that Trump/Putin/Russia stole emails from Clintons campaign that specified targeted demographic voters to feed Russian created propoganda to depress her support.

If Hillary and Bill want to speak with the citizens of this country about Domestic and Global Affairs we should be ALL for it.

FYI Hillary did not come from a family of millionaires, her father owed a small fabric printing shop, her mother was an orphan. Also she was always the better lawyer, was widely regarded as a scholar about childrens legal issues. She always earned more money. Also after Ken Starr and the bogus witch hunts they were broke. When they did start making money they created the Clinton GLobal initiative - ne of the most celebrated non profits on the planet.

I will be F/F all Boris Bots and Breitbart trolls. You fuckers are warned.

by Anonymousreply 10510/10/2018

Hillary sold her soul to be married to a Serial philanderer in exchange for a political career. And she got cheated in that Arena as well. So these are her last gasps in an attempt to balance the scales. It's obvious. By the way tickets for Michelle are running up to $3,000 so the Clintons are bargain by comparison.

by Anonymousreply 10610/10/2018

Do the audience members get to ask about all those "accidents" and "suicides"?

by Anonymousreply 10710/10/2018

I understand that R103 but I wish people would look at how well a politician did in a previous job rather than just say, “she held all of these offices so she must be qualified.” James Madison was Secretary of State for 8 years. While SoS he endorsed insanely stupid policies regarding our relationship with Great Britain. He of course continued those policies as president with near disastrous results for America. So what I don’t get is why people say, “Apart from her support for the War in Iraq, the Bankruptcy Reform bill, the Patriot Act, and the Wall Street bailout, Hillary’s time in the senate indicates she’s well-qualified to be President.”

by Anonymousreply 10810/10/2018

What Hillary needs to win the 2020 election is easy. A spray tan, dark hair extensions, glitter nails, fake lashes, lip injections, contour makeup, stilettos, boob job, butt lift, tight dresses, and half naked selfies. Stop all the "smart" talk and dowdy pantsuits. Unfortunately, this is the only thing to entice straight male voters.

by Anonymousreply 10910/10/2018

R19 How would they be "more rich?" The majority of their wealth is from things like their books and their speeches, which no one would pay big money for if he hadn't be President, and she hadn't been SOS and First Lady.

by Anonymousreply 11010/10/2018

[quote] people with money want more money

Actually, I think that people with money just attract more money, because it's easy for them.

If you're poor, money is incredibly difficult to obtain.

However, if you're rich, the opportunities to make even more money, are nearly endless.

by Anonymousreply 11110/10/2018

[quote]Hillary was elected the President

Do mental health professionals have a name for this delusion? Two years into the current administration, how does someone persist with it?

by Anonymousreply 11210/10/2018

Peanuts. Wait till Barack and Michelle start raking it in with Netflix is it.

by Anonymousreply 11310/10/2018

R112 Yes, the delusion is called the Electoral College.

by Anonymousreply 11410/10/2018

There are certain DLers R112 (and I suspect it is just a handful) who have diva-ized Mrs. Clinton, they fangurl her in ways remarkably similar to the segment of our resident Lee Pace/Ben Barnes/Luke Evans/Janet Jackson trolls who zealously defend their idols.

In their warped world. any negative inference is heresy -- admitting to a fondness for one J. Jackson album over another = I think the other album sucked.

Same thing, different package.

by Anonymousreply 11510/10/2018

Good for them. I hope they make a billion trillion zillion dollars.

by Anonymousreply 11610/10/2018

I'm sure the evening will be likeable enough.

by Anonymousreply 11710/10/2018

R116=Chelsea

by Anonymousreply 11810/10/2018

Hillary lost Pennsylvania for Gods sake.

She did not win the election.

GORE won the election

Hillary lost.

by Anonymousreply 11910/10/2018

[quote] I understand that [R103] but I wish people would look at how well a politician did in a previous job rather than just say, “she held all of these offices so she must be qualified.”

If you are not going to look at the political resume of someone running for an office, what are you going to look at?

You don't think Clinton was good at any of her jobs, but a lot of people disagree with you. Maybe that's what's bothering you.

by Anonymousreply 12010/10/2018

Hillary gets alot of Love when she Tweets. She should tweet more often and let her true personality and spunkiness shine. That could be the Hillary 3.0 if she chooses to run again in 2020.

Social media is how people connect these days. Being active on Twitter is what gave Trump such large momentum. It is a brilliant marketing strategy.

by Anonymousreply 12110/10/2018

R116 her greediness is what killed her

by Anonymousreply 12210/10/2018

Are you bothered by the millions made by all other Democrats, R122. How about Sanders?

by Anonymousreply 12310/10/2018

I wish they would go away. They are so polarizing. And they are not doing the democrats any favors. They are so greedy

by Anonymousreply 12410/10/2018

R123 I'm not quite sure how I feel. On one hand, I feel it really is the hardest job in the world, so the presidency should attract the absolute best, and they should be financially rewarded. On the other hand, it is a little troubling now that the presidency is starting to feel like a jumping point to extreme wealth.

Yes, she really is polarizing. I saw a clip of her talking on the news, she still refuses to admit to making any mistakes. Talking about Russian interference in the election, implying that was why she lost.

by Anonymousreply 12510/10/2018

She admitted to making mistakes in her book, R125. (I didn't read the book, but I remember that's what was being reported.) To say that she is flat out refusing taking responsibility for her loos would not be entirely right.

It's safe to say, with what we know so far, that Russians had a lot to do with the outcome of the election. If not the Russians directly, certainly hundreds of thousands of Americans who bought the anti-Clinton propaganda.

by Anonymousreply 12610/10/2018

^ loss

by Anonymousreply 12710/10/2018

I would love to attend this, I just wish tickets were more affordable. I think Bill and Hilary are two very interesting people.

by Anonymousreply 12810/10/2018

R126 writes,

[quote]It's safe to say, with what we know so far, that Russians had a lot to do with the outcome of the election.

No.

It is bullshit propaganda.

She lost.

by Anonymousreply 12910/10/2018

LOL!

by Anonymousreply 13010/10/2018

Did the Russians tell her to go to Arizona and ignore campaigning in Wisconsin, Michigan, and western Pennsylvania-you know, the blue states?

by Anonymousreply 13110/11/2018

say what u may she woulda made a hella better prez than that cuntlicker trump

happi now all u lovely deplorables out yonder in the universe???????????

by Anonymousreply 13210/11/2018

Name another politican that's spent as much as they have on the poor folks of the world.

by Anonymousreply 13310/11/2018

[quote]Mrs. Clinton, they fangurl her in ways remarkably similar to the segment of our resident Lee Pace/Ben Barnes/Luke Evans/Janet Jackson trolls

For somebody who left 25+ comments on this thread, it looks very much like YOU are the one being obsessed with Hillary. Tell me R115, how much does Puty pay for every comment?

by Anonymousreply 13410/11/2018

[quote]Did the Russians tell her to go to Arizona and ignore campaigning in Wisconsin, Michigan, and western Pennsylvania-you know, the blue states?

You can thank the Bernorbuster for giving Trump the EC win in WI, MI, PA. Probably when Bernie stole Hillary's voter data from the DNC servers to help Putin hack voting machines.

BTW she did campaign in those states.

by Anonymousreply 13510/11/2018

I was luck enough to attend one of Bill Clinton’s speeches right after he left office. Riveting. Seriously.

The Clinton’s can do whatever the fuck they want to and make as much money as they want to.

by Anonymousreply 13610/11/2018

They know so much and have so much wisdom, they should share.

I would still like to know why she voted for the Iraq War. I believe it was a purely political move and it turned me off her, yet I still voted for her.

by Anonymousreply 13710/11/2018

"When I have no argument left, I accuse my opponent of being a Russian troll. I can't imagine anyone would not be able to understand why Janet Jackson/Hillary Clinton/Luke Evans/Lee Pace/Timothy Chalamet/et al is not a gift from the gods

--R134

by Anonymousreply 13810/11/2018

Hillary is brilliant. I voted for her, as I have always for Democrats since 1976.

But (yes) 2016 was Joe's time, not hers. There is no "being owed" here; Joe was VP!

And Hillary, with her "We need to admit more Somalians/Syrians/Muslims"; Huma Abedin (with her demonstrably radical mother); Omar's father in prime seating behind HRC at a televised rally; didn't "read the room," as it were.

Yes, she got millions more actual votes, but not where they would have mattered for the Electoral College.

Yes, she campaigned in PA, but not in the Lehigh Valley (erstwhile Bethlehem Steel, plus Mack Trucks and a renaissance for Billy Joel's Allentown), where her husband, Obama, Gore, Kerry, and McGovern (among others) had in their day. Instead, Kaine came, to little notice and avail. The LV then went Red.

As for the speech circuit, I wish I could go. I have no problem with the ticket costs; they're cheaper than a concert.

by Anonymousreply 13910/11/2018

I guess it was Joe's turn but I did not think either would be our best candidate. I am old but I don't think we need all these older candidates...get someone in their 50s...come on! Stop with the old people.

by Anonymousreply 14010/11/2018

Hillary Clinton/Michelle Obama 2020

by Anonymousreply 14110/11/2018

Hillary can't and Michelle won't.

by Anonymousreply 14210/11/2018

[quote]And Hillary, with her "We need to admit more Somalians/Syrians/Muslims"

She never said anything like that, only suggesting we should help Yazidi women who are Christians.

[quote]Omar's father in prime seating behind HRC at a televised rally

Also not her fault, it was a open door even and she and her campaign distanced herself from Mateen the next day calling him 'an individual they are not in anyway associated with'. I still believe Mateen was put there by Trump's team.

And, no it was not Joe's term, Biden never came close even winning a nomination. He has never been a viable presidential candidate.

by Anonymousreply 14310/11/2018

Part of what makes Michelle great is she honestly does not want to run for President, and bless her for it. She is not desperate for the power and attention.

by Anonymousreply 14410/11/2018

*Joe's turn

by Anonymousreply 14510/11/2018

[quote]He has never been a viable presidential candidate.

Until now. He is the single best candidate for this moment. One term, then whichever one of DL's favoured diva stars get picked for VP can give it a go. At this moment, the country needs a guy like Joe Biden. No more poetry, no star power, just good, stable, likeable, down to earth Trumanesque normal.

by Anonymousreply 14610/11/2018

This country does not need Joe Biden r146. Joe Biden needs to relax, and quit freaking out because he never got to be President and that was his lifelong dream.

by Anonymousreply 14710/11/2018

Then what in your view does the country need?

by Anonymousreply 14810/11/2018

The democrats need a new leader r148. They need another Obama who can excite the democratic coalition and get them the White House for another 8 years. No one is excited by Joe Biden.

There are a lot of potential candidates, and once the midterms are out of the way and campaign is in gear hopefully we will be able to see who has the right stuff.

by Anonymousreply 14910/11/2018

Will you vote for whoever gets the nomination, R149? Even Biden ?

by Anonymousreply 15010/11/2018

Of course, I always do r150. I'd vote for a ham sandwhich over Trump.

But I hope Biden doesn't run for presidency for a 3rd time, to me it just looks sad and tarnishes his political legacy.

by Anonymousreply 15110/11/2018

HRC is catnip for DLers. She is a private citizen and if people are willing to pony up $$ to see here, then there is nothing to see here. I don't understand why it's a big deal.

by Anonymousreply 15210/11/2018

Truth be told, Hillary Clinton was terrible at campaigning. She turned a lot of people off just because of that.

by Anonymousreply 15310/11/2018

What about Joe Kennedy Jr?

by Anonymousreply 15410/11/2018

Yazidis are in no way, shape or form Christian, R143. The religion, as per the Wikipedia link, is vaguely related to Zoroastrianism and "combines aspects of several monotheistic religions: Zoroastrianism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism."

But nice try.

The fangurls have ruined these political threads. It's like debating with Janbots, LukeEvansbots, LeePacebots and the rest of the crazies.

by Anonymousreply 15510/11/2018

[quote]And Hillary, with her "We need to admit more Somalians/Syrians/Muslims"

[quote]She never said anything like that, only suggesting we should help Yazidi women who are Christians.

by Anonymousreply 15610/11/2018

She clearly said the US should prioritize Yadizi women in R156's article link.

Yadizi women suffered the most in ISIS occupied territories because they are not Muslims.

by Anonymousreply 15710/11/2018

In the context of 2015 and 2016’s weekly video drops of ISIS beheadings, and the constant stories of Muslim crime, rapes, and general failure to assimilate in Germany, Italy, and throughout Europe, her message didn’t exactly thrill many voters.

Then contrast her “65000 more Syrians” with Trump’s message of a “compete Muslim ban”, and it’s easy to see why voters preferred Trump.

by Anonymousreply 15810/12/2018

^complete

by Anonymousreply 15910/12/2018

If anything is to blame for her loss, it's Jim Comey deciding to play politics and re-open a CLOSED investigation a few days before the election

I am glad that scumbag got dumped by Trump/his fellow Republicans. It's what he deserves.

by Anonymousreply 16010/12/2018

[quote]Hillary was elected the President of the most powerful Democracy on Earth.

One more time for people who are idiots. Hillary was NOT elected President. She may have had more votes, but that's not the way the US election game is won. You don't bring a tennis racket to a football game and expect to win by swinging the racket. She KNEW the rules going in, she refused to listen to her twice-elected husband and took the advice of some millennial advisor and she fucking LOST! Had she spent less time with Hollywood types and actually got her ass to places where normal citizens were bothered by what they were seeing, maybe she would have won.

by Anonymousreply 16110/12/2018

I agree R161 she blew it. Bill was a master campaigner who won two elections. And she had him for free since he's her husband. She really should have listened to him.

But I also take into consideration all of the corruption during the campaign that was going on coming from the Trump side.

The whole thing was just one big shit show tragedy. I never want to relive any of it again.

by Anonymousreply 16210/12/2018

Is Robby Mook still alive?

I know he must feel terrible.

Where Hillary goes drama and infighting seems to follow. Reports say the campaign operatives were arguing with each other in the final months and there were many campaign advisers opposed and doubtful of Mook and his overconfidence in polling data/data models. I agree. Hillary should've listened to her husband Bill, one of the most brilliant political campaigners of our time. Don't forget Bill played a huge role in Obama's re-election campaign in 2012 especially with his grand slam convention speech. I don't know why Hillary and her team of millennials decided to downplay him. Youthful arrogance vs expert politicos. I think Hillary thought going with the expert politicos is what tore down her 08 campaign so she decided to lean toward a younger demographic.

by Anonymousreply 16310/12/2018

[quote]Mook and his overconfidence in polling data/data models.

I thought the Democrats had learned that when John Kerry ran. "Exit polls" were saying that Kerry won and yet when votes were counted, he didn't. Polls are only as good as the people who don't lie and they shouldn't be taken with 100% accuracy.

by Anonymousreply 16410/12/2018

Of course, he's alive. He works at Harvard.

[quote] And Hillary, with her "We need to admit more Somalians/Syrians/Muslims"; Huma Abedin (with her demonstrably radical mother)

Can't help felling sorry for Huma. Her political friends advised her that Weiner was going places. She grew up with a nutso mother. Her intelligence, her hard work mean nothing.

by Anonymousreply 16510/12/2018

[quote]Then contrast her “65000 more Syrians” with Trump’s message of a “compete Muslim ban”, and it’s easy to see why voters preferred Trump.

No, it's not easy to see why voters preferred trump. Speak for yourself.

Did people actually think that 60000 Syrians (with focus on women and children refugees) would raid, rape and pillage across the US?

by Anonymousreply 16610/12/2018

The only politicians with something to say, besides Warren.

by Anonymousreply 16710/12/2018

[quote]Did people actually think that 60000 Syrians (with focus on women and children refugees) would raid, rape and pillage across the US?

Yes, just like people saw happening all over Europe.

by Anonymousreply 168Last Saturday at 5:11 AM

I think ex presidents and their families have the right to make as much money as they can. This is a capitalist country. They didn't take a vow of poverty.

My only problem with this tour is that I am afraid it simply is a warm-up/precursor to Hillary announcing another run. She will say the "love and support from the audiences" convinced her to run again.

by Anonymousreply 169Last Saturday at 10:51 AM

[quote]Yes, just like people saw happening all over Europe.

In the 15th century, yes. Do you know European history at all?

Shouldn't you worry about Nazi sympathizers freely marching our streets here in the US? Oh, that's right. They're white.

by Anonymousreply 170Last Saturday at 11:07 AM

R169. I love her, and accept she’s too polarizing to carry enough republicans to win. A country this split has to peel off enough votes from moderate republicans. Putting a leftist candidate up won’t do it; it just guarantees trump another 4 years.

A centrist southern Democrat has a better chance - someone like a Mark Pryor but from a top 5 state.

by Anonymousreply 171Last Saturday at 11:11 AM

you Americans were stupid in not electing this goddess for President, you blew it

by Anonymousreply 172Last Saturday at 11:17 AM

It was the russians. She won.

by Anonymousreply 173Last Saturday at 11:21 AM

Bernie Sanders smear campaign and his refusal to step down after Super Tuesday certainly didn't help. The lethargy of the 18-24 crowds to vote was a big factor in her loss and Sanders has to take responsibility for this.

Lots of factors were working against Clinton in 2016. The press, voter suppression, Comey, likely hacking (we know the Russians tried). She lost the EC by very small margins. Yes she made mistakes, but ultimately she's not to blame for he loss.

She won the PV, all three debates, was a head of Trump literally 98% of the time, was ahead and and rising while Trump was falling on election day.

There was something incredibly rotten going on in 2016. The people who still say it's mainly her fault that she lost the election to Trump are just part of the ongoing smear campaign against Clinton and are the ones who don't want the truth to come out.

by Anonymousreply 174Last Saturday at 11:50 AM

[quote]The people who still say it's mainly her fault that she lost the election to Trump are just part of the ongoing smear campaign against Clinton and are the ones who don't want the truth to come out.

Also, they didn't vote for her.

by Anonymousreply 175Last Saturday at 11:53 AM

R174 Shouldn't the "18-24 crowds" have to take responsibility for their own lethargy? No one forced them not to vote.

by Anonymousreply 176Last Saturday at 11:54 AM

You don't understand, R176, Hillary Clinton forced them not to vote in the general because she beat Sanders in the primaries. Also, the DNC totally forced them not to vote because they "rigged" the primaries (where did those extra four million votes come from?!). And lastly, the Democratic party forced them not to vote because the party "picked" the wrong candidate (voters had no say in this, somehow).

by Anonymousreply 177Last Saturday at 12:00 PM

[quote]was a head of Trump literally 98% of the time, was ahead and and rising while Trump was falling on election day.

She was ahead in the polls, because voters in the Midwest who hated both candidates were embarrassed to admit they were going to vote for Trump.

by Anonymousreply 178Last Saturday at 1:18 PM

More ...

by Anonymousreply 179Last Saturday at 1:46 PM

That's a stupid argument R178, fly over folks hate Hillary just as much as they hate Trump.

The election was rigged, you don't lose the presidency when you are ahead of your opponent. Trump was never ahead of her except for one day by 1.1% on 26th July.

by Anonymousreply 180Last Saturday at 2:00 PM

[quote]The election was rigged, you don't lose the presidency when you are ahead of your opponent.

Lots of people lied to pollsters, and lots didn’t make up their mind until last minute which candidate to “hold their nose” for.

by Anonymousreply 181Last Saturday at 3:01 PM

Trump was on a downward tick on election day and was slipping for the last 6 days, Hillary was on an upward tick, you don't magically gain 3.2 points on election day.

The election was rigged.

by Anonymousreply 182Last Saturday at 3:08 PM

The polls were wrong.

by Anonymousreply 183Last Saturday at 3:11 PM

The polls can be wrong sometimes but they aren't wrong 98% of the times during the election.

A presidential candidate doesn't lose the election when he/she clearly wins all three debates.

by Anonymousreply 184Last Saturday at 3:19 PM

[quote]A presidential candidate doesn't lose the election when he/she clearly wins all three debates.

A presidential candidate with record-high unfavorability ratings, one week before the election, can easily lose.

by Anonymousreply 185Last Saturday at 3:29 PM

A presidential candidate with record-high unfavorability ratings doesn't win the popular vote by 3 million. (She had nearly the same PV count as Obama in 2012, BTW {65,915,795-65,853,514})

Nor does this candidate beat the ass of the opponent who apparently is 'the most popular senator in the US' in the primary.

You can spin this all the way you want R185, the election was rigged. Trump is not a legitimate president.

by Anonymousreply 186Last Saturday at 3:38 PM

Trump is the President, as elected by the Electoral College.

The Dems should focus on nominating a better, less-disliked candidate next time.

by Anonymousreply 187Last Saturday at 3:42 PM

I will never forgive you for not voting in this goddess

by Anonymousreply 188Last Saturday at 3:47 PM

they should both just go away and crawl under a rock somewhere and take Obama with them

by Anonymousreply 189Last Saturday at 3:50 PM

[quote]Trump is the President, as elected by the Electoral College.

That's what Nixon thought too.

- Bob Mueller

by Anonymousreply 190Last Saturday at 3:52 PM

Two smart people in politics discussing issues seems really interesting to me

by Anonymousreply 191Last Saturday at 3:54 PM

I loved the Obama-Hillary debates because they actually discussed policies and what the various options were to improve them.

The GOP debates focused on Trump’s dick size.

by Anonymousreply 192Last Saturday at 3:55 PM

[quote] The polls were wrong

No, they just didn’t take into consideration Russia infiltrating the election

by Anonymousreply 193Last Saturday at 3:56 PM

The polls were right. Putin interfered. Illegal election = illegitimate president

by Anonymousreply 194Last Saturday at 4:05 PM

Will Bill & Hill do the tarantella while singing I Got You Babe?

by Anonymousreply 195Last Saturday at 4:14 PM

Are the Republicans spreading lies to keep Hillary away from campaigning in close Democratic races?

by Anonymousreply 196Last Saturday at 4:24 PM

I'd say fuck it and just disappear for good. No more public appearances. No more interviews, nothing!

If they don't want me anymore then I'd just go into obscurity and live the rest of my life as a private citizen indefinitely. And I wouldn't want anyone bothering me.

I'd say fuck America and let it go to complete shit.

by Anonymousreply 197Last Saturday at 4:58 PM

R170, Hillary might have meant "mostly women and children"; Huma might not share her mother's published opinions; and Mr. Mateen might not have been seated pride of place by the Clinton campaign.

But Hillary has been around too many blocks not to know the power of perception.

by Anonymousreply 198Last Saturday at 5:36 PM

Everyone does the phoney wave and point. In politics and showbiz.

by Anonymousreply 199Last Saturday at 5:46 PM

R175, I not only voted for her, but I've been phone-banking for Democrats this go-round.

But before the Russian hacking became known, I predicted Hillary was going to lose simply by, as I noted up-thread, the indifference to Tim Kaine's visit, Hillary's notable absence, and a much longer line at my polling place when I voted. I don't live in a Blue precinct.

When people have to say, "She's much funnier and warmer IN PERSON," you don't have a Bill Clintonesque candidate.

by Anonymousreply 200Last Saturday at 5:47 PM

Nobody ever thought she was a Bill Clinton-esque candidate, at least not anyone who knows anything about American politics or the Clintons. Who told you that she was like Bill? It's just nuts.

People should have voted for her because she was more qualified, more experienced, more level-headed, more intelligent, better-educated and had stronger political contacts around the world.

Those who chose instead to cry "but her emails!" or "but I don't like her!" or "but Bernie!" should have the right to vote removed from them until they learn to take it seriously and value it. We don't have the time or energy for that bullshit anymore, children.

by Anonymousreply 201Last Saturday at 5:54 PM

[quote]People should have voted for her because she was more qualified, more experienced, more level-headed, more intelligent, better-educated and had stronger political contacts around the world.

Her policies, like the aforementioned “65000 more Syrians”, were stupid and anti-American.

Americans were tired of being told to apologize for our country, and cater to the needs of terrorists and illegal immigrants.

Hillary was tone-deaf to all of it... and the voters in the Midwest told her to take a seat.

by Anonymousreply 202Last Saturday at 6:08 PM

I'm sort of surprised they want to spend that much time together.

by Anonymousreply 203Last Saturday at 6:09 PM

Hillary Clinton won the popular vote. If we didn't have a slave voting system still in place hillary would be the president right now. Instead of that clown we have right now.

by Anonymousreply 204Last Saturday at 6:15 PM

[quote] Her policies, like the aforementioned “65000 more Syrians”, were stupid and anti-American.

Her policies were anti-American? Now I heard it all. I would ask for links to her anti-American policies and for you to explain what was stupid about them, but what's the point. You'll just post another sign from some anti-Europe rally.

All this because Sanders lost to her in the primaries... Unbelievable.

by Anonymousreply 205Last Saturday at 6:21 PM

So, you didn't vote for her R202. Do you see yourself as a trump enabler? Of course not. You have zero ability to self-reflect.

by Anonymousreply 206Last Saturday at 6:23 PM

[quote]Americans were tired of being told to apologize for our country, and cater to the needs of terrorists and illegal immigrants.

Speak for yourself. The majoriti of Americans voted for Clinton.

by Anonymousreply 207Last Saturday at 6:30 PM

No, the Mid-West didn't tell her anything. Vladimir Putin chose Trump because he knew Hillary wouldn't take any of his shit. And because he had years of Kompromat on Trump.

Midwesterners had fuck all to do with anything, as usual.

by Anonymousreply 208Last Saturday at 6:36 PM

[quote]Speak for yourself. The majoriti of Americans voted for Clinton.

And Trump is in the White House, while she is selling tickets to her “tour” for $27.

by Anonymousreply 209Last Saturday at 6:36 PM

And that makes my statement incorrect how, R209?

It doesn't. Period.

by Anonymousreply 210Last Saturday at 6:38 PM

Deplorables can't read and follow along like normal people can, r210. I used to think that they were all dropped on their heads as babies but can all of their mothers and fathers really have been that careless? I just don't know, but there is some brain damage happening up in there.

I wonder the same thing about their dickless leader. He can't even put a sentence together.

by Anonymousreply 211Last Saturday at 6:44 PM

I dont think most americans understand how admired Hillary is in foreign countries, after Trumps election most people thought you were stupid to let her go

by Anonymousreply 212Last Saturday at 6:45 PM

Setting aside their politics how many of you have seen these two in a public setting answering audience questions. It's worth the money, especially now since neither is running for office. They are both very smart and have a lot of info at their fingertips.

If I lived closer to anyone one of the sites I wold go.

by Anonymousreply 213Last Saturday at 6:45 PM

It's pretty clear, R178, R181, R183, R185, R187, R202, R209, you are hear to gloat about Clinton's loss to the Democrats who post here.

You hate Hillary Clinton and you revel in her loss. You will say whatever it takes to get your point across, but you are short on links.

How can you still hate this woman, it's been two years? It's abnormal.

by Anonymousreply 214Last Saturday at 6:46 PM

We know, R212, we regret it every day. It's the dumb cunt deplorables and the rest of the stupid people who don't regret it.

Before those Russian freaks and Deplorables all went mad, Hillary Clinton was always one of the top ten most admired women in the world and she still is, they have no idea. They watch Fux Noise so they don't actually get any real information or news about anything or anyone.

by Anonymousreply 215Last Saturday at 6:55 PM

Played out.

by Anonymousreply 216Last Saturday at 6:59 PM

No one over 65 years old should be allowed to hold office as POTUS...I truly believe that it affects how the country is being run...if a candidate can’t be younger than 35, then 65 should be the oldest...hell, maybe even younger, 55-60.

by Anonymousreply 217Last Saturday at 7:32 PM

The Clintons are two of the smartest people in the country. I'd love to see them talk.

by Anonymousreply 218Last Saturday at 7:36 PM

I bet Syria would have a female president before America does.

In fact, their Vice President is a woman.

by Anonymousreply 219Last Saturday at 10:53 PM

I've always heard that the clintons never got mixed up in Washington society and never did the social circuit while they were in office. Why didn't they? I'm always curious about presidents and first ladies and the Washington society scene and why pretty much all presidents and first ladies stay away from that crowd.

You'd think the first lady would be interested in the political social scene of Washington. And that she'd basically would be the queen of DC society. I'm kinda ignorant when it comes to Washington society can someone with knowledge of that scene please explain why the first couple usually shun Washington society I'm really curious about that whole world.

Thanks

by Anonymousreply 220Last Saturday at 11:07 PM

My guess, R220, is that (a) Washington society regarded the Clintons as outsiders; and (b) for their part, the Clintons had better things to do with their time than go to parties.

by Anonymousreply 221Last Sunday at 12:13 AM

[quote] Lots of factors were working against Clinton in 2016. The press, voter suppression, Comey, likely hacking (we know the Russians tried).

Yes, but there were even more factors working in her favor. She had more built-in advantages than any previous presidential candidate in history. She went into the campaign with 100% name recognition. Her campaign had raised a shitload of money. She had run for president before and knew what to expect. She had a husband who was a masterful politician and had been elected president twice. And she was endorsed by nearly every newspaper in the country, even newspapers that had traditionally endorsed Republicans. Not to mention the support of nearly everyone in Hollywood. And then she lost.

by Anonymousreply 222Last Sunday at 12:51 AM

Her motto was wrong too. I'm with Her.

by Anonymousreply 223Last Sunday at 1:01 AM

Exactly R215. Hillary's rallies have always been electrifying.

We would be seeing Hillary's face on our TVs every day if the Russians didn't take her votes.

She should be charging more!

by Anonymousreply 224Last Sunday at 1:11 AM

The pantsuit club would have sent Vlad packing.

by Anonymousreply 225Last Sunday at 2:21 AM

These conversations are welcome, but we need Hillary to build an entire TV network.

The bulk of the programming will be Hillary telling us why she lost.

The rest of the content will revolve around Russia.

Because of the constant Russian threat, all shows will be pre-recorded. That way, there is no risk of an anti-Hillary comment reaching viewers.

by Anonymousreply 226Last Sunday at 5:29 AM

R222 - everything you describe as a Clinton advantage are indeed advantages in a popular vote election. That's not what the US Presidential election is. Like it or not the US Presidential election has come down to winging swing states. Some would argue the election hinged on swing counties in swing states.

by Anonymousreply 227Last Sunday at 7:18 AM

More on what R220 said please. Can we please stop talking about that fucking election already? It's over hillary is going to be president. That's history. You people have run that whole incident into the fucking ground.

Let's just stop litigating it on the daily. This thread is about the clintons going on tour, not the ill fated 2016 election. Every thread on hillary always revert back to 2016. Lets move on already. I hate she loss to but it's not going to change anything at all.

Lets focus on midterms and then 2020.

by Anonymousreply 228Last Sunday at 7:26 AM

Isn't going to be president, I meant.

by Anonymousreply 229Last Sunday at 7:27 AM

Is Hillary still married to Huma?

by Anonymousreply 230Last Sunday at 7:29 AM

I want her to run again, it is her destiny

by Anonymousreply 231Last Sunday at 12:34 PM

R201 204 211 213 Thank you. Deplorables are intellectually lazy, come from christian nutters, crave white male nationalism of some form, hate thier ex wives or indeed were dropped on their heads.

Both Bill and Hillary are pretty funny and will certainly serve #Illegitimate #TreasonousPOS up on a platter with great wit. They are cool heads, ALWAYS optimists “Thinking about Tomorrow!” strategic thinkers and have certainly watched him and his entire grifting family mob with concern for decades. NYC is THIER TOWN now baby - count on it. They both have volumes to say about how to restore the Institutions of our Democracy: belief in quantifiable facts/truth, Science, Rule of Law/Equal Justice, shared responsibility as the largest Democracy on the planet to support developing Democracy’s, how to counter attacks on a Constitutionally enshrined Free Press.

They also will certainly offer counterweight to the emergence of Nazi’s/KKK, Xenophobia, Racism, overly misogyny and abuse of women, rising authoritarianism at home and in our traditional allies - what bannon calls “populism.”

Bill and Hillary will show us how to recover ourselves, our hope and this countries basic dignity.

by Anonymousreply 232Last Sunday at 12:36 PM

You've managed to hit all the Shareblue talking points in a single post. Bravo, R232!!

by Anonymousreply 233Last Sunday at 12:40 PM

R231, this idea that it's Hillary's "destiny" or "turn" to be President is exactly why she lost and why Americans dislike her. I cringed when I heard her motto was "I'm with her" and I also cringed when I heard her inquire why is she not 50 points ahead. The arrogance/entitlement just seeps through.

She is not owed the presidency.

Americans hate and distrust Washington insiders/ experienced professional politicians and usually elect the Washington newbie and whoever is the underdog in the race for president. Think back to Trump, Reagan, Obama, Clinton, Carter, Kennedy for example. Even W was an underdog despite the nepotism.

by Anonymousreply 234Last Sunday at 12:54 PM

The optimistic candidate will always win over the gloomy, negative one.

Even if the gloomy one is correct, they can't win.

by Anonymousreply 235Last Sunday at 12:59 PM

She never acted like she was owed the presidency, R234. People like you who dislike her will just find whatever reason to keep hating her and blaming her for the loss when you didn't even vote for her.

Also, R231 was clearly trolling and you fell for it.

by Anonymousreply 236Last Sunday at 1:00 PM

R232 here, any reasonably intelligent, intellectually curious lover of Democracy can see where the problems lie with Shit for Brains in the Oval Office. Also smart people can see what the strengths of Secretary and People’s President Hillary Clinton and former President Clinton clearly are. They have always been HUGE defenders of America and our Allies.

Trumps, all of the disgusting Trumps, didnt even know that had to register to vote, let alone what governing in a Democracy would entail. That bunch is far more intimate with Mobster Rules of family loyalty, greed, criminality.

by Anonymousreply 237Last Sunday at 1:18 PM

R222, she did win the popular vote by 3 million and lost the electoral vote by just under 80 thousand.

The margin by which she lost the EV was very small in several crucial swing states. The whole thing is very dodgy. She should have won.

by Anonymousreply 238Last Sunday at 2:00 PM

Hillary lost by nearly the identical number of Stein votes in all three states. The Facebook accounts of areas listed inthe stolen DNC/Hillary Campaign Voter Demographics should be compared to lists stolen by the Russian/Putin/Trump Conspiracy to Commit Treason against the United States handiwork.

Stein voters: the most narcissist and illogical bookends to Grifter. I recall saying to one acquaintance “you would rather be able to sit around the Holiday table smug in knowing you voted neither than think about the ramifications of what you have done to the most damaged & most deserving of our help and compassion - RIGHT?”

by Anonymousreply 239Last Sunday at 2:35 PM

R239, it is not really fair to blame Stein voters. Remember that our media was debating whether Hillary was going to win in a landslide, or the biggest landslide in history.

Stein voters had no way of knowing how important their votes were, especially in the key swing states.

by Anonymousreply 240Last Sunday at 2:42 PM

Funny - when thier votes add up - it sure is. Trump=Stein. But you can stop trolling now.

by Anonymousreply 241Last Sunday at 2:52 PM

Stein was the worse of them all. She had foreign policy ideas that would have ruined the world. Her VP candidate was an absolute loon.

He thought the 2014 Ukrainian revolution was a "U.S.-supported coup" that contained "racist neo-Nazi elements and that the Charlie Hebdo March in Paris was a "white power mach". You can't make this shit up.

He calls himself a human rights activist BTW.

by Anonymousreply 242Last Sunday at 3:02 PM
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