There they go again

This is stupid AND disgusting. From TMZ:

Porn Star — I Was Hillary Clinton’s Intern!

Adult film star Sammie Spades tells TMZ she was going to community college in Buffalo, NY back in 2006 when she met then Senator Clinton at a banquet … and expressed interest in a summer internship.

Sammie says she was accepted as a 2006 summer intern at Clinton’s Buffalo office … where she did miscellaneous office work, but dreamed of sporting her own power pantsuits just like Hillary.

Sammie says, “I was planning on becoming an attorney and then going into public office” — however, a couple years later she ran into money problems, abandoned politics … and claims having sex on tape was the best way to pay the bills.

The star of “Big Butts Like It Big #8” … and “White Bubble Butts #4” says, “I don’t think Hillary would be too happy, but I have nothing but respect for Mrs. Clinton.”

For the record … Sammie says she never met Bill.

So, five years ago this young woman from Buffalo (who was then a college student with no apparent involvement with the porn industry) met Senator Clinton ONCE, and then was accepted as an unpaid intern in the Senator’s local office. Summer interns of both genders are lowly grunts who typically do such important chores as answering phones, fetching coffee and putting paper in the copy machine.

About three years ago (without any further connection to Hillary) this young woman made the decision to appear in porn films.

In what way does this reflect on Hillary Clinton?

The young woman was not Hillary’s spiritual advisor, nor did she help Hillary buy a house. Ms. Spades is not an unrepentant terrorist either.

Obama must be in deep shit again, because whenever he is in trouble we start seeing negative stuff about Hillary.

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21 Responses to There they go again

  1. ralphb says:

    Obama is very nearly toast, thanks to the wonderful economy and his lack of empathy. It matters less every month who runs against him, he’s still gonna lose.

  2. myiq2xu says:

    OT from the Daily Howler:

    In those words, you gaze on the soul of a fully tricked-out “career liberal leader.” Marshall was more than willing to complain about the conduct of Democratic Party leaders, who “ganged up on [Weiner] and forced him out.” He was happy to tell Hardball viewers that “the intensity of the demands just seemed off” to him. But whatever you think of those leaders’ conduct, who created the intensity surrounding this issue—who built the furor around this matter, a furor which almost surely affected the Democrats’ conduct?

    Of course! Matthews himself flung piles of poo all around his cage, building the massive pressure around the Weiner situation. It was Matthews himself who helped build the huge pressure around this three-week flap. But Marshall sold his soul long ago; he understood that he mustn’t mention this obvious part of the history. On Hardball, he was allowed to criticize the Democratic leaders. He was not allowed to mention the ludicrous conduct of his cable host.

    Please note one other part of Marshall’s tricked-up complaint. He specifically complained about “the kind of universal demand from the leaders of his party in Congress, the head the Democratic Party, everyone, demanding that he resign, when other people who’ve done infinitely worse things have never been treated like that.”

    Other people who’ve done infinitely worse things have never been treated like that! As everyone knows, this is a reference to David Vitter, among others. But as we noted two weeks ago, Matthews himself is one of the people who openly sympathized with Vitter in 2007, then screeched and yelled about Weiner in the past three weeks. In a rational world, a guest like Marshall would have inquired about that. But Josh was bought and sold long ago. To build his own profile and his own income, he has agreed not to mention such obvious facts.

    Liberals have been kept clueless about the mainstream press in precisely this way for a very long time now. Tricked-out strivers deep-six the conduct of people like Matthews in exchange for exposure and the cash it brings in. Conservatives batter the mainstream press; meanwhile, “liberals” like Marshall shuts their traps in exchange for worldly success.

    It’s hard to find sufficient contempt for the likes of Marshall. We hope his money spends well.

  3. myiq2xu says:

    Despite this headline:

    Miss USA contest evolves: ‘Huge science geek’ wins

    the story features a picture of the winner in a bikini


  4. catarina says:

    sort of OT, but speaking of Clintons:

    Fourteen million Americans remain out of work, a waste of our greatest resource. The 42nd president has more than a dozen ideas on how to attack the jobs crisis.

  5. myiq2xu says:

    His lips are moving:

  6. WMCB says:

    @Ralph, you are correct. I’ve been conversing with various workmen, etc who have been doing some repairs here – some of them voted for Obama. I have yet to find one who will vote for him again. None are very enthused at any of the R offerings either, but the consensus seems to be they will go vote for a cheese sammich over The One.

  7. ralphb says:

    Light Bulbs

    Gov. Rick Perry today signed a law that will free Texans from the federal government’s impending incandescent light bulb ban.

    I don’t know how to handle this. He did something I favor. I may go into meltdown mode, gaaahhhh.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      didja know his lovely wife is like our Hillary??

      a very strong advocate for women and children 🙂

  8. Thats some crazy shit man. Obama must be in fucking trouble.

  9. Mr. Mike says:

    I got to thinking about that card board cutout photo during the Weiner flap. Why was there no outrage from the usual suspects about that?

    If the pseudo feminists are up in arms about some horn dog sexting photos of him holding his package what about the implications of the Hillary cutout photo?

  10. WMCB says:

    “If an iPhone were held up and used to film during a concert infra-red sensors would detect it.”
    “These sensors would then contact the iPhone and automatically disable its camera function.”

    This will only be used to keep concertgoers from infringing on copyrights, right? It would never, ever be used by the government to prevent us from filming demonstrations, police behavior, and so forth.

    Imagine the reaction on the Left if a large cell phone company who was cozy with and a big donor to GWB had announced a new technology that would enable them to detect camera use and remotely TURN OFF the phone’s camera/video recording capability at will.

    The Left would go ballistic. No more youtubes of embarrassing moments of politicians. No more citizen stings. No more footage of cops beating citizens, or TSA abusing their power. And if the company in question had pinky-promised that the capability was ONLY going to be used for things like blackouts of recording concerts to protect from copyright infringement? Even leaving aside the fact that private companies should not be in the business of enforcing the law, we the Left would have screamed bloody murder at the very idea of free speech being threatened that way, and at the spectre of our phones being infrared zapped as we try to document legal peaceful protestors being harassed by the cops.

    But it’s Apple, and Apple is BFF with the angelic Obama who is NOT AT ALL like that dirty evil Bush who expanded govt powers and started wars and kept GITMO going and executive ordered what hadn’t a snowball’s chance in hell of being passed by a representative congress, and reinterpreted law to suit him via signing statements……

    So, if private companies with political connections are to be enforcing the law, then where’s the line? Can a car manufacturer put in a chip that will stop your car if they even suspect you of something illegal? With no due process? Can an electric service provider or an internet provider hit the kill switch to a private home? Or a business? Or a political protest group’s offices?

    And is the Left, who would have palpitations at this kind of power in the hands of ,say, a Haliburton, cognizant of the fact that power once ceded accrues to corporations and govt regardless of political affiliation? That it can’t be rolled back once a “good guy” is no longer in office, and the corporate players change?

    See, I think about these things.

    I have not changed. I am just as suspicious of the gov/corp nexus as I ever was. I HAVE NOT CHANGED. But somehow, applying my entirely consistent suspicions to an administration with a D after its name instead of an R means I have radically morphed into a fire-breathing republican and betrayed every principle I ever stood for.

    Fuck em all – it’s THEY who traded principle for pom poms and whining cringing pleading co-dependent excuse-making for their abusive boyfriend. Not me. I am the same as I ever was.

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