Hillary throws a slow ball over the plate and Rubio knocks it out of the park

Obviously, the Hillary campaign is so arrogant that they don’t pay any attention at all to the leading GOP candidates. How else can one explain that the intended clincher line of the speech she gave yesterday at Roosevelt Island played directly into a devastating theme of the Republican contender the New York Times signals they fear the most?

Signaling how with-it she is, Hillary used a pop hit of half a century ago (we seniors sure cherish those memories!) to stigmatize the GOP. The New York Times quotes her:

Underscoring the point with a riff on an old Beatles song, Mrs. Clinton said:  “There may be some new voices in the presidential Republican choir. But they’re all singing the same old song.”

“It’s a song called ‘Yesterday,’ ” she continued. “They believe in yesterday.”

Marco Rubio’s campaign wasted no time at all producing this ad.

 

Roger L. Simon of PJ Media noted:

No sooner has Hillary Clinton taken a veiled swipe at Marco Rubio in her humdrum reset speech today, than Rubio and his team are back on YouTube with an attack of their own that makes the Florida senator look far more vigorous (or should I say vig-gah-russ?) than the former secretary of state.

 

Obviously, the Hillary campaign is so arrogant that they don’t pay any attention at all to the leading GOP candidates. How else can one explain that the intended clincher line of the speech she gave yesterday at Roosevelt Island played directly into a devastating theme of the Republican contender the New York Times signals they fear the most?

Signaling how with-it she is, Hillary used a pop hit of half a century ago (we seniors sure cherish those memories!) to stigmatize the GOP. The New York Times quotes her:

Underscoring the point with a riff on an old Beatles song, Mrs. Clinton said:  “There may be some new voices in the presidential Republican choir. But they’re all singing the same old song.”

“It’s a song called ‘Yesterday,’ ” she continued. “They believe in yesterday.”

Marco Rubio’s campaign wasted no time at all producing this ad.

 

Roger L. Simon of PJ Media noted:

No sooner has Hillary Clinton taken a veiled swipe at Marco Rubio in her humdrum reset speech today, than Rubio and his team are back on YouTube with an attack of their own that makes the Florida senator look far more vigorous (or should I say vig-gah-russ?) than the former secretary of state.