Senator Arrogant Pottymouth (D – Elitist) In Her Own Words

Via Tammy Bruce comes this lovely run-down of some of Hillary Clinton’s more memorable quotes.

“Where is the g*dd*mn f*cking flag? I want the g*dd*mn f*cking flag up every f*cking morning at f*cking sunrise.”
Said by the First Lady of Arkansas to her staff at the Arkansas governor’s mansion on Labor Day, 1991. (Inside the White House, p. 244).

“F*ck off! It’s enough that I have to see you sh*t-kickers every day. I’m not going to talk to you, too. Just do your g*dd*mn job and keep your mouth shut.”
Said to her Arkansas state trooper bodyguards, after one of them deigned to greet her with “good morning.” (American Evita, p. 90)

“[You] f*cking idiot.”
To a state trooper who was driving her to an event. (Crossfire, p. 84). Describing Hillary’s general personality, Larry Gleghorn, a former state trooper, said: “She was a bitch day in and day out” (The First Partner, p. 119).

“That sorry son of a bitch.” That is what Hillary would often refer to Bill around the mansion of the Arkansas’s governor’s mansion, according to state trooper Larry Patterson.

“Personal, trained pigs.”
Gary Aldrich reported that as America’s First Lady, “[Hillary] had a clear dislike for the agents (U.S. Secret Service), bordering on hatred… Two Secret Service agents heard Hillary’s daughter Chelsea refer to them as ‘personal, trained pigs’ … The agent on the detail tried to scold Chelsea for such disrespect. He told her … he believed that her father, the president, would be shocked if he heard what she had just said to her friends. Chelsea’s response? ‘I don’t think so. That’s what my parents call you’ ” (Unlimited Access, p. 90).

“If you want to remain on this detail, get your f*cking ass over here and grab those bags.”
Hillary gave this order to a Secret Service agent who wanted to keep his hands free in case of an incident (as he was trained and supposed to do) and who, therefore, was hesitant to carry her bags. According to countless witnesses over many years, this kind of demanding and demeaning behavior was and still is common for Hillary Rodham Clinton. In fact, Chris Mathews—a left-leaning news commentator who is often an apologist for Democrats—said years later that he had seen Senator Hillary Clinton using a Secret Service agent to carry her bags on the Washington to New York shuttle. “Who in the Senate gets a sherpa to carry their bags for them? Who pays the airfare for this guy? Who pays for his life-style? Who pays his salary to walk around carrying her bags? This looks pretty regal” (Hardball, 08/01, quoted on Newsmax.com, 07/17/01).

“Get f*cked! Get the f*ck out of my way! Get out of my face!”
More comments by Hillary and heard by members of Secret Service details. (Hillary’s Scheme, p. 89)

“Stay the f*ck back, stay the f*ck away from me! Don’t come within ten yards of me, or else! … Just f*cking do as I say, okay!”

Yet more kind and gracious words from America’s lovely First Lady to the brave and devoted Secret Service agents who were committed to protecting her life (Unlimited Access, p. 139). In A Matter of Character (p. 2), Ron Kessler wrote “Secret Service agents assigned at various points to guard Hillary during her campaign for the Senate were dismayed at how two-faced and unbalanced she was.”

“What the f*ck is going on?”
Once again, Hillary to a Secret Service agent after she read an article by a UC Berkeley student, which was critical of Chelsea Clinton, a new high-profile Stanford undergrad. The student was subsequently interrogated by the Secret Service (SFGate.com, 11/26/97).

Bimbos, sluts, trailer trash, rednecks, and sh*t-kickers …
Terms Hillary commonly used to describe Arkansans (American Evita, p. 139). Hmm… Did first lady trash mouth really think that anyone could be trashier than she?

“G*dd*mn L.D., did you see that family right out of Deliverance? Get me the hell out of here.”
To L.D. Brown, her bodyguard, while at a county fair in Arkansas in the early 1980s. They had just spoken to folks in bib overalls and cotton dresses.

“This is the kind of sh*t I have to put up with.”
To a friend after a Clinton supporter had given her earrings shaped like Arkansas Razorbacks (Blood Sport, p. 105).

Motherf*cker. C*cks*cker.
Some of Hillary’s favorite names for hubby Bill (Boy Clinton, p. 278)

“You g*dd*mn stupid f*cking fool.”

More loving words for hubby Bill. These in the company of toddler Chelsea (Newsmax.com, 07/15/00).

“I want you to do damage control over Bill’s philandering … Bill’s going to be president of the United States … I want you to get rid of these bitches he’s seeing … I want you to give me the names and addresses and phone numbers, and we can get them under control.”
Hillary instructing Ivan Duda, a private detective, in the 1980s (The Truth About Hillary, pp. 98-99).

“G*dd*mn it, Bill, you promised me that office.”
During the infamous Inauguration Day fight about Hillary getting an office in the West Wing (Bill & Hillary, p. 258). Hillary was furious at Bill for reneging on his promise, which was part of their power sharing agreement, to give her the office that traditionally goes to the vice-president. We should also not miss the important fact that American voters did not vote Hillary into any office.

“You f*cking asshole.”
Even more endearing words to the newly elected President of the United States of America from his loving wife on Inauguration Day (Hillary’s Choice, p. 223).

“You stupid motherf*cker.”
One more shot at the new President from loving Hillary on Inauguration Day (The Seduction of Hillary Rodham, p. 321).

“Gentlemen, I have looked at your proposal, and it’s pure bullsh*t! Now you’ve had your meeting! Get out!”
Harsh words from America’s nasty First Lady to health insurance executives after a meeting in which they presented their proposal for health care reform (Unlimited Access, p. 88).

“What the f*ck are you doing up there? You get back here right away.”
On the phone chastising Bill because he had floated a health care reform proposal that differed from hers (The Survivor, p. 118). As always, one must wonder who elected her, anyway?

“Come back here, you asshole! Where the f*ck do you think you’re going?”
To the president when he tried to avoid her (Unlimited Access, p. 192).

“How could you be so damn stupid? How could you do that?
To her hubby, our president, at the White House in front of guests, after he had done something of which Hillary disapproved (U.S. News & World Report, 02/05/96).

“G*dd*mn it …You bastard … It’s your f*cking fault.”
Said to her dear hubby regarding bad news about the Whitewater investigation (Dereliction of Duty, p. 68). It should be noted that the author, Buzz Patterson, reported that he had witnessed several similar incidents while in the White House.

“You stupid f*cking moron. How could you risk your presidency for this?
To Bill when the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke in January 1998 (Newsmax.com, 12/09/01).

“F*ck him, Bill. He’s Reagan’s g*dd*mn vice president!”
Hillary screamed these words at her husband in response to an invitation from Vice President George H.W. Bush to come to his home in Maine, circa 1984 (Crossfire, p. 69).

“Son of a bitch.”
Her reaction when she learned of President Bush’s surprise 2003 Thanksgiving visit to the troops in Iraq. Thus, in her mind, he upstaged her (American Evita, p. 259). It should be noted that the troops were wildly enthusiastic to see the president there and that Senator Clinton’s later visit was not received well by them.

“That’ll teach them to f*ck with us.”
To aides, immediately following her “Vast right-wing conspiracy” charge on national television (The Case Against Hillary Clinton, p. 162).

“These women are all trash. Nobody’s going to believe them.”
Hillary referring to the long list of women who claimed they have or had “personal relationships” with then Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton (Bill & Hillary, p. 220). During the campaign, Hillary sent out a group of investigators known as the “truth squad” to “discourage” many of Bill’s former lovers from going public.

“What the f*ck do you think you’re doing? I know who that whore is. I know what she’s here for. Get her out of here.”
To President-Elect Clinton as she spots him talking to one of his reputed girlfriends at a going-away celebration the day they left Little Rock for Washington, D.C. in January 1993 (Inside the White House, p. 245).

“The sorry damn son of a bitch.”
Hillary’s reaction upon being informed that Bill was missing from the governor’s mansion in the middle of the night because “he had gone for a drive” (Inside the White House, p. 240).

“G*dd*mn it Bill, how long do you expect me to put up with this sh*t?”
Hill to Bill during just one more of their countless fights about Governor Bill’s womanizing (Bill & Hillary, p. 202). Of course, Hill will always “put up this sh*t” as long as Bill is useful to her, politically.

“You are a real sh*t, do you know that, Bill? Christ, a real sh*t.”
Another fight of many fights with Bill (Bill & Hillary, p. 132).

“Come on, Bill, put your dick up. You can’t f*ck her here.”

To her hubby the Governor, after catching him talking to an attractive woman at a political rally (Inside the White House, p. 243).

“Bill has talked so much about Juanita.” [who Bill had just raped a few weeks before.] On the way to a political gathering, Hillary to her limo driver, anxious to meet a woman named Juanita Hickey, now Juanita Broaddrick (An Open Letter to Hillary Clinton: Do You Remember?” by Juanita Broaddrick, 10/15/00). Ms. Broaddrick claims that — several weeks before this encounter with Hillary—Bill Clinton raped her in a Little Rock hotel room.

“I am proud that my husband has stood up as president to confront the violence and to protect American women.”
Regarding Bill Clinton’s position on the issue of violence against women (Issues2000.org 01/21/03).

Note: When Bill Clinton saw that Juanita Broaddrick had a swollen lip after he raped her, he advised, “You’d better put some ice on that” (The Wall Street Journal, 02/19/99).

“You sold out you motherf*cker, you sold out!”
Circa 1970, congressional staffer Hillary Rodham yelling at prominent Democrat lawyer Joseph Califano, who was representing clients in opposition to Hillary’s interests (Inside: A Public and Private Life, p. 213).

“I want to get this sh*t over with and get these damn people out of here.”
Hillary overheard on the governor’s mansion intercom as some preschoolers posed on the mansion lawn for a photograph (The First Partner, p. 192).

“We have to destroy her.”
Regarding Gennifer Flowers’ allegations of her affair with Bill (The Final Days, p. 13).

“You know I’m going to start thanking the woman who cleans the rest room in the building that I work in. You know, maybe that sounds kind of stupid, but on the other hand I want to start seeing her as a human being.”
In a speech just weeks before she had the White House Travel Office employees fired (New York Times Magazine, 05/23/93). Apparently, it didn’t occur to Hillary before this epiphany that most people already see maids, janitors, and other blue-collar workers as human beings.

“Just keep smiling until these assholes get their pictures.”
Instructions to her husband while they were posing for photographers (American Evita, p. 114).

“Who in the hell asked you?”
Snapping at a staffer who expressed a view that she disagreed with (American Evita, p. 125).

“She’s a short, Irish bitch.”
Regarding The New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd (Newsmax.com quoting The New York Post, 07/25/00).

“You f*cking Jew bastard.”
Honoring campaign manager Paul Fray’s rich religious heritage on the night of Bill Clinton’s defeat for the House of Representatives in 1974 (The State of A Union, p. 153).

“You all remember Mahatma Ghandi. He ran a gas station down in St. Louis.”
Said during a speech at a Democratic fundraiser (CNN, 01/04/04). Senator Clinton was later forced to apologize.

“My name is Hillary Clinton. You going to vote in the primary?”
Speaking to a hungry, homeless man in New York City on election day (Newsmax.com, 12/07/99). The homeless man had asked Mrs. Clinton to purchase something from him, so he could get something to eat.

“Well, good for you.”
Hillary’s response to another homeless man when he tells her, “I’m homeless,” while she was campaigning in New York City. After inquiring of his voting status, Hillary promptly left (Hannity & Colmes, 08/16/02).

[You] Jew bastard…[You] Jew motherf*cker.
Common insults that both Hillary and Bill Clinton used with each other and towards others who angered them, according to former bodyguard Larry Patterson (The State of A Union, p. 155).

“[You] motherf*cking Jew.”
Hillary to Bill (Bitter Legacy, p. 11). Hillary is a big supporter of the PLO, which pits her against Israel.

Now, keeping in mind all of the above quotes from Hillary’s foul mouth, I think it wonderfully appropriate to end her quotes with:

“I can’t think of any.”
Response to Dick Morris when asked to name some defects or weaknesses she could improve in order to soften her negative public image (Shadow, p. 335).

Oh yes, character does matter.

Speaking of character, Hill and Bill are a perfectly imperfect couple. They truly compliment each other. So with that in mind …

… here are a few Bill Clinton quotes to balance things out:

“What’s all the fuss about; it was just a g*dd*mn mother-f*cking pig.”
Governor Bill Clinton’s reaction upon seeing all the people at a funeral for a black state trooper killed in the line of duty, as retold by former bodyguard Larry Patterson during an audiotape interview with Newsmax. The “First Black President” later apologized, but only after being chastised by his security guards (Newsmax Media, 2002).

“What does that whore think she’s doing to me?…[She’s] a f*cking slut.”
During the 1992 campaign, Bill Clinton regarding Gennifer Flowers going public with their long affair (High Crimes & Misdemeanors, p. 80). The ever-sensitive Hillary once said that she would “crucify” Ms. Flowers (Hillary’s Choice, p. 13).

“That little Greek motherf*cker!”
Bill Clinton angry with Michael Dukakis after the Dukakis team ridiculed his long-winded speech at the 1988 Democratic National Convention as endless and self-serving (Partners in Power, p. 439). For perspective, many Democrats criticized Clinton’s speech for the same reasons.

“He couldn’t get a whore across a bridge.”
Bill Clinton displaying his self-proclaimed sensitivity for others’ pain as he discusses Ted Kennedy’s “accident” at Chappaquiddick (Bill & Hillary, p. 238).

“Larry, unless they have pictures of me with a goat, I’ll deny it.”
Bill Clinton telling state trooper Larry Patterson what he would do if anyone brought up any of his gargantuan amount of affairs.”
[More Than Sex, The Secrets of Bill and Hillary Clinton Revealed! By Larry Patterson]

Wouldn’t you just love to see this woman representing this country to the rest of the world? Again?

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