Hillary Clinton 'fed up'

Jeannie DeAngelis
Whether hungry for power, or for purposes of career advancement, Hillary Clinton has willingly endured a philandering husband, a blue Gap dress, and her husband's impeachment.  Years later, candidate Hillary lost the Democrat nomination to an unproven neophyte and then, after the election, accepted the position of Secretary of State in service to a foreign policy kindergartener.

Recently, while Barack concentrated on March Madness, Hillary Clinton dutifully went about the lonely mission of trying to "bolster the Libyan opposition, which ... suffered days of losses to Madman Moammar Gadhafi's forces." Hillary hung in while the President, void of resolve, filled in NCAA basketball brackets and vacillated over whether or not to assist the Libyan resistance.

Hillary Clinton has been out there working the ropes for a President busy working the links and, according to a Clinton insider, even though the Secretary of State "doesn't have any power," she's tried "to keep things from imploding." The effort has left her "exhausted."

Feeling like the only adult in the room, insiders claim Clinton is unhappy "dealing with a president who can't decide if today is Tuesday or Wednesday, who can't make his mind up."

Apparently, the situation has pushed Hillary to the point where she's "done with Obama after 2012 - even if he wins again." Rumor has it, waiting while genocide looms has brought the Secretary to a point she's never gotten to with her two-timing spouse - "Fed up." It seems "irreconcilable differences" are the grounds for dissolution of an already shaky political union.  

According to the Clinton inner circle, "there's more going on now at this particular moment," and the Secretary of State feels as if she's "playing sports with a bunch of amateurs."  Except the Obama Amateur Hour lacks the hook and Chuck Barris is too old to bang the gong. Therefore, on her own behalf, Hillary has decided to exit stage left.

In the past few weeks, "Clinton is said to be especially peeved with the president's waffling over how to encourage the kinds of Arab uprisings that have recently toppled regimes in Egypt and Tunisia, and in particular [Obama's] refusal to back a no-fly zone over Libya."

Because of Barack's inability to lead, "tension...spilled over into [Hillary's] dealings with European diplomats."  French president Nicolas Sarkozy pressured Hillary to bear down on Obama to take action in Libya. Unable to relay a definitive answer, Clinton was placed in the awkward position of repeatedly telling Sarkozy: "There are difficulties." 

True - the "difficulty" was goofing around on ESPN and playing putt-putt

A worn out Hillary attempted to stem the tide of impending genocide in Libya and maintain a demeanor of American concern over the dire situation.  Despite the effort, diplomats were saying, "Frankly we are just completely puzzled.  We are wondering if this is a priority for the United States."

At the annual Gridiron Club Dinner, Obama made Clinton the butt of a joke. The President evoked laughter when he said: "These past few weeks it's been tough falling asleep with Hillary out there on Pennsylvania Avenue shouting, throwing rocks at the window" - a scenario even serial sleep-away husband Bill never worried about in 35 years.

Barack's inability to lead has accomplished the impossible:  Hillary Clinton has finally "grown weary." However, in this case, Mrs. Clinton's fatigue comes from "fighting an uphill battle" with an indecisive Obama administration. After serving a grueling two years as Secretary of State, Hillary has decided to "throw in the towel" and go back to spending her time just wondering why Bill never makes it home for dinner.

Whether hungry for power, or for purposes of career advancement, Hillary Clinton has willingly endured a philandering husband, a blue Gap dress, and her husband's impeachment.  Years later, candidate Hillary lost the Democrat nomination to an unproven neophyte and then, after the election, accepted the position of Secretary of State in service to a foreign policy kindergartener.

Recently, while Barack concentrated on March Madness, Hillary Clinton dutifully went about the lonely mission of trying to "bolster the Libyan opposition, which ... suffered days of losses to Madman Moammar Gadhafi's forces." Hillary hung in while the President, void of resolve, filled in NCAA basketball brackets and vacillated over whether or not to assist the Libyan resistance.

Hillary Clinton has been out there working the ropes for a President busy working the links and, according to a Clinton insider, even though the Secretary of State "doesn't have any power," she's tried "to keep things from imploding." The effort has left her "exhausted."

Feeling like the only adult in the room, insiders claim Clinton is unhappy "dealing with a president who can't decide if today is Tuesday or Wednesday, who can't make his mind up."

Apparently, the situation has pushed Hillary to the point where she's "done with Obama after 2012 - even if he wins again." Rumor has it, waiting while genocide looms has brought the Secretary to a point she's never gotten to with her two-timing spouse - "Fed up." It seems "irreconcilable differences" are the grounds for dissolution of an already shaky political union.  

According to the Clinton inner circle, "there's more going on now at this particular moment," and the Secretary of State feels as if she's "playing sports with a bunch of amateurs."  Except the Obama Amateur Hour lacks the hook and Chuck Barris is too old to bang the gong. Therefore, on her own behalf, Hillary has decided to exit stage left.

In the past few weeks, "Clinton is said to be especially peeved with the president's waffling over how to encourage the kinds of Arab uprisings that have recently toppled regimes in Egypt and Tunisia, and in particular [Obama's] refusal to back a no-fly zone over Libya."

Because of Barack's inability to lead, "tension...spilled over into [Hillary's] dealings with European diplomats."  French president Nicolas Sarkozy pressured Hillary to bear down on Obama to take action in Libya. Unable to relay a definitive answer, Clinton was placed in the awkward position of repeatedly telling Sarkozy: "There are difficulties." 

True - the "difficulty" was goofing around on ESPN and playing putt-putt

A worn out Hillary attempted to stem the tide of impending genocide in Libya and maintain a demeanor of American concern over the dire situation.  Despite the effort, diplomats were saying, "Frankly we are just completely puzzled.  We are wondering if this is a priority for the United States."

At the annual Gridiron Club Dinner, Obama made Clinton the butt of a joke. The President evoked laughter when he said: "These past few weeks it's been tough falling asleep with Hillary out there on Pennsylvania Avenue shouting, throwing rocks at the window" - a scenario even serial sleep-away husband Bill never worried about in 35 years.

Barack's inability to lead has accomplished the impossible:  Hillary Clinton has finally "grown weary." However, in this case, Mrs. Clinton's fatigue comes from "fighting an uphill battle" with an indecisive Obama administration. After serving a grueling two years as Secretary of State, Hillary has decided to "throw in the towel" and go back to spending her time just wondering why Bill never makes it home for dinner.