Hilarious skewering of Hillary in the New York Times

When the New York Times turns on Hillary Clinton it has got to hurt. All of her friends and donors read the Gray Lady’ even new mother Chelsea, sipping her Sunday morning coffee in her multimillion dollar Manhattan luxury pad, peruses the pages of the Sunday Times. It matters not a whit to them what American Thinker may write, but when Maureen Dowd, the queen of cattiness, turns her poison pen on Hillary, the mildest expression from her lips would be, “Ouch!”  

MoDo has outdone herself today, with a column parodying the 47 brave senators who wrote to the Ayatollah, in “An Open Letter to hdr22@clintonemail.com. The zings start in the opening:

SINCE open letters to secretive and duplicitous regimes are in fashion, we would like to post an Open Letter to the Leaders of the Clinton Republic of Chappaqua:

You really should read the whole thing, though, the type of advice I normally reserve for the likes of Mark Steyn, Jonah Goldberg, or Kevin Williamson. It continues:

It has come to our attention while observing your machinations during your attempted restoration that you may not fully understand our constitutional system. Thus, we are writing to bring to your attention two features of our democracy: The importance of preserving historical records and the ill-advised gluttony of an American feminist icon wallowing in regressive Middle Eastern states’ payola.

You should seriously consider these characteristics of our nation as the Campaign-That-Must-Not-Be-Named progresses.

 

If you, Hillary Rodham Clinton, are willing to cite your mother’s funeral to get sympathy for ill-advisedly deleting 30,000 emails, it just makes us want to sigh: O.K., just take it. If you want it that bad, go ahead and be president and leave us in peace. (Or war, if you have your hawkish way.) You’re still idling on the runway, but we’re already jet-lagged. It’s all so drearily familiar that I know we’re only moments away from James Carville writing a column in David Brock’s Media Matters, headlined, “In Private, Hillary’s Really a Hoot.”

So many targets hit so tellingly.

Clearly, the party is over for Hillary.

When the New York Times turns on Hillary Clinton it has got to hurt. All of her friends and donors read the Gray Lady’ even new mother Chelsea, sipping her Sunday morning coffee in her multimillion dollar Manhattan luxury pad, peruses the pages of the Sunday Times. It matters not a whit to them what American Thinker may write, but when Maureen Dowd, the queen of cattiness, turns her poison pen on Hillary, the mildest expression from her lips would be, “Ouch!”  

MoDo has outdone herself today, with a column parodying the 47 brave senators who wrote to the Ayatollah, in “An Open Letter to hdr22@clintonemail.com. The zings start in the opening:

SINCE open letters to secretive and duplicitous regimes are in fashion, we would like to post an Open Letter to the Leaders of the Clinton Republic of Chappaqua:

You really should read the whole thing, though, the type of advice I normally reserve for the likes of Mark Steyn, Jonah Goldberg, or Kevin Williamson. It continues:

It has come to our attention while observing your machinations during your attempted restoration that you may not fully understand our constitutional system. Thus, we are writing to bring to your attention two features of our democracy: The importance of preserving historical records and the ill-advised gluttony of an American feminist icon wallowing in regressive Middle Eastern states’ payola.

You should seriously consider these characteristics of our nation as the Campaign-That-Must-Not-Be-Named progresses.

 

If you, Hillary Rodham Clinton, are willing to cite your mother’s funeral to get sympathy for ill-advisedly deleting 30,000 emails, it just makes us want to sigh: O.K., just take it. If you want it that bad, go ahead and be president and leave us in peace. (Or war, if you have your hawkish way.) You’re still idling on the runway, but we’re already jet-lagged. It’s all so drearily familiar that I know we’re only moments away from James Carville writing a column in David Brock’s Media Matters, headlined, “In Private, Hillary’s Really a Hoot.”

So many targets hit so tellingly.

Clearly, the party is over for Hillary.