The Hillary Effect: 43 Years Takes a Toll On Bubba’s Face

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Life has a way of molding us, shaping our mindset and worldview. But life also forms our faces.

My mom often told me:

Before age forty you have the face you were born with, after age forty you have the face you’ve earned…so make it a good one!

Contrast the faces of liberal women — Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, the late Helen “I Made Keith Richards Look Good” Thomas, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, etc. — and the faces of conservative women — Michelle Malkin, Dana Loesch, Gina Loudon, Katie Pavlich, etc. — and there is really no contest.

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Why the huge disparity?

Attitude, pure and simple.

If a person lives with a bitter, ungrateful, rancorous attitude for decades, that ugly attitude will eventually shape the wrinkles and lines on the ingrate’s face. Imagine frowning and scowling for 40 years. Of course that will shape the way a person looks.

Think of older women you might know who have chosen joy and gratefulness, and smiled through their life. Smile wrinkles look pretty and pretty good.

Conservatives, by definition, believe in what Ronald Reagan called the “Twin Pillars” that made America great: faith and freedom.

And those who espouse faith and freedom, typically are grateful to God for their blessings. If a person is grateful, that gratitude obliterates envy and jealousy and bitterness. Thankfulness wears well. Thankfulness nurtures character attributes of love and graciousness.

A truly thankful person smiles. A lot.

Now consider the polar opposite: for instance, someone who won the Margaret Sanger Award (the infamous eugenicist founder of Planned Parenthood, the inspiration of Nazi brutality), someone who cheats to win and can’t accept losing without copious amounts of alcohol and shrill screaming.

Hillary Rodham Clinton learned the Rules of Radicals from Saul Alinsky himself. Imagine: Hill idolized Alinsky and called Sanger her heroine. Wow. Just Wow.

Now partner HRC with her philandering hubby of 43 long years, William Jefferson “I Got Cigars” Clinton, and what do you have?

Their fights — or at least Hillary’s screaming and throwing things at WJC — were legendary at the White House and immortalized in more than one book (check out Gary Byrne’s Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate).

Now, compare a lifetime (43 years) of living with Hill the Pill and a lifetime of drugs, sex and rock and roll.

“Kat the Hammer” tweeted this hilarious and demonstrative tweet:

I rest my case.

Living with a shrew is toxic, on par with a lifetime of chemo.

Almost, but not quite, makes one feel sorry for Bill.

#HillaryEffect #LethalShrew