Does anyone actually like Hillary Clinton? I don’t like her – I’m pretty sure you don’t like her, and I don’t think even Bill does. Heck, I doubt Hillary even likes herself, considering how often she attempts to present herself as human (with an obviously large amount of effort applied in doing so).
It’s amusing that nearly a decade ago, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were trading insults as they both attempted to score the Democrat nomination. It was Hillary’s camp that was the first to spread the “birther” rumors about President Obama, rumors that she now hounds Trump for spreading!
Obama didn’t have many nice things to say about her back then either, and now he’s taking time off the Presidency to campaign for her. Admittedly, I’m for anything that distracts Obama from doing his job.
He didn’t like Hillary back then, and you can bet the Obama’s still aren’t too fond of her. He’s campaigning for her for a single reason; that she’s not Donald Trump. That doesn’t mean he likes her. As the Conservative Tribune reported:
A new series of ads from a super PAC called Make America Number 1 has been released, with the main goal of defeating Crooked Hillary — and they appear to have pulled out all of the stops to do so.
One of the ads produced featured footage of first lady Michelle Obama on the campaign trail for her husband, then-Sen. Barack Obama, speaking about his rival New York Sen. Hillary Clinton in 2008.
The ad begins with text stating: “If you really want to know who Hillary Clinton is, let’s hear from those who know her best. Like Michelle Obama.”
“One of the things, the important aspect of this race, is role modeling what good families should look like,” Obama declared.
“And my view is that, if you can’t run your own house, you certainly can’t run the White House. Can’t do it,” she added, apparently referring to former President Bill Clinton’s well-known history of infidelity and Hillary Clinton’s seeming acceptance of his tendency to stray.
The ad concludes by stating “Michelle Obama doesn’t trust Hillary Clinton. Doesn’t sound like much of an endorsement.”
You can bet her views about Hillary haven’t changed. Even though she does support Hillary to be President, like her husband’s support, it’s only because there’s a (D) next to her name instead of an (R). This ad was produced right after Michelle began having appearances on the campaign trail, advocating on behalf of Hillary.
She may be telling us to vote for Hillary, but we know what she really thinks about her – and most of us feel the same.