Poor Hillary. Life has been so tough for her.


Think about your daily existence and compare it to Hillary’s “tough” life.

When was the last time Hillary Clinton:

Went to the grocery store?

Pumped gas?

Had to argue with her health insurance company about a bill?

Had to wait for the cable guy?

Had a spontaneous, unscripted moment?

The woman has lived in a protective bubble for over 16 years. She and her husband have hauled in over $100 million over the past seven years. Everyone around her is either paid to be around her — or pays to be around her. And, she has paid Mark Penn a lot of money to tell her about the lives of real people, gleaned from focus groups and polls. That’s her reality and she’s not exactly roughing it.

And, yes, I know all candidates live in a bubble and are detached from reality. So, if voters think for a second that Hillary has any clue about their lives, they are delusional. A lot of people would trade their truly tough lives for her rarefied life of privilege. It’s comical that she can call anyone an “elitist.”

She wants you to know she’s no pansy.

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