At WIMES by R.
Through the years one of my favorite sallies against the Clintons has been to refer to Hillary Clinton
as “Bruno.” At times reader s have asked, “Why do you call her Bruno?”
It is because there has always been an atmosphere of thuggishness about
her. Another way of putting it is that time and again she acts as though
the rule of law does not pertain to her. For instance, on the matter of
the many women who have willingly or unwillingly been pulled into her
husband’s lubricious ambit. How many times have you read or heard a
quote attributed to her where she vows to “crush” a woman whom Bill
rutted with or to “crucify” her. One even reads such quotes in the
mainstream media (MSM). Yet she is portrayed as a champion of women.
Just last week I read quotes full of menace from Hillary
in The Washington Post and this week in the venerable New York Times.
Were similar quotes ever attributed to Nancy Reagan or to any other
first lady? But then none of those first ladies was married to Bill.
Now, of course, today the matronly Hillary
is long past her prime as a plausible Bruno. As she breaks out in
coughing spells, and has to be propped up at the lectern in her heavily
cushioned pantsuits, it is easy for us to have forgotten the
intimidating specter she struck for such woman as Gennifer Flowers,
Kathleen Willey, the young Monica or even Juanita Broaddrick, who
allegedly was raped by smiling Bill. Yet in decades past she was a
highly volatile figure and, in fact, posed a threat to White House
personnel. There are all those witnesses who have reported seeing her
bean her husband or members of the Secret Service with a book or a lamp.
I think even the loyal George Stephanopoulos reported her aggression.