It depends on what the definition of “take classified material seriously” is.

Go ahead. I dare you to read the whole thing without laughing.

Hillary Clinton: My record as Secretary of State proves I take classified material seriously

She added with a straight face, “I take classified material seriously and this investigation has proven that I had no intent to do anything wrong….”

The good news is, we’ve got four or eight years of this shit to look forward to. That’s also the bad news.

No, not really, George. Sorry. But I must admit, with all your faults you weren’t Obama.

I actually find myself wondering if Hillary is capable of making us look back on Obama with anything resembling nostalgia? I fear we’re going to find out.

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4 Responses to It depends on what the definition of “take classified material seriously” is.

  1. Ken Hagler says:

    I’m quite certain she is capable, and the only reason she might not is if it’s Trump doing it instead. I’ve seen nothing to suggest that the longstanding trend of each president being worse than his (or her) predecessor will continue right up until the country goes the way of the previous Evil Empire.

  2. Bear says:

    I see the problem there.

    “I take classified material, seriously.”

    You left out the comma.

  3. Ben says:

    It’s interesting that you put GW Bush into this particular post, because he and his administration also “took classified material seriously” in much the same manner as Hillary. Does anyone remember the name Scooter Libby? He was the designated fall guy in one famous instance, but there are indications that GWB himself leaked classified information.

  4. Joel says:

    Hell, Bush lied us into a couple of impressively destructive wars. Playing fast and loose with data was the least of his sins.

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