- Promoting homosexual marriage
- promoting US failure in both diplomatic and military efforts
- promoting mass invasion of America by anyone who isn’t “white”
- promoting looting and arson if done by blacks or Hispanics
- advocating murder of white policemen
- advocating making it impossible to manufacture anything in the U.S.
- writing advocacy pieces in which EVERY FACT is wrong …
According to the reliable blog Powerline, which relies on the equally (since they broke the John Edwards baby-daddy story) reliable National Enquirer, Hillary Clinton, the Democrats’ BIG CHEESE for the 2016 presidential election, is a lush.
Well, if that’s all they have — so what? It seems to me that Hillary most meaningfully connects with the people she wants to rule when she has had a few.
Besides, in the two contests which decided our fate as a nation the two people who had the most influence on our eventual victories were both very familiar with John Barleycorn: U.S. Grant and Winston Churchill.
Do we need Hillary as our president? I would say probably not. But to contrast her with the current horror we have in the White House? Oh — Absolut-ly.
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Beautiful Hollywood Hunk Commits Accidental Suicide
There! Got your attention? OK, now that we’re this far let’s talk about the vagaries of existence and the tendency of life to introduce elements of irony into even the most quotidian life space.
There once was a boychild named Jon-Erik Hexum. He was a comely lad and, according to his Wikipedia entry, wanted to be involved in bio-medical engineering. But Jon-Erik was, as noted, a comely lad. In fact, he was a tad beyond comely; he was Drop-Dead Gorgeous.
The result of his gorgiosity was that he was whisked away to Hollywood where he could play a leading role in a so-so TV series which would have been the first Baywatch were it not for the fact that nobody told Jon-Erik that guns are dangerous.
Realization that guns might be dangerous may or may not have come to him before all life functions left his body after he took a prop gun loaded with blanks and pretended to shoot himself in the head. Unfortunately for Jon-Erik the explosive force which propels a lead pellet out of the barrel is also the explosive force which makes the BANG in a blank. All the force from the explosion dissipates rapidly. With a blank .45 Colt you can break a balloon 6 feet away. You can’t break one 10 feet away because all the force has gone.
So you probably won’t be surprised to learn that when Jon-Erik held a prop gun to his head and pulled the trigger — the distance between his temple and the gun barrel being 0 inches — the exploding gases fatally injured his brain.
And then… we have his co-star: Jennifer O’Neill
Beautiful Hollywood Babe Suffers More Disasters Than Wile E. Coyote
There once was a girl named Jennifer who yearned to have a pony. It’s all downhill after that. Briefly, taking the snippets of her life from the Internet Movie Data Base, her life is a series of disasters.
- During her first marriage, she checked herself into a mental hospital for treatment for mental stress, and underwent electroshock therapy.
- O’Neill got her first divorce in 1971 from her first husband, and had an abortion before she married her second husband in 1972
- [next] to a former advertising executive and novelist and student of Eastern philosophy, Joseph Roster, which also ended in a divorce in 1974
- O’Neill then married her third husband in 1975, Nick De Noia,her producer and choreographer; he was also the original choreographer for the Chippendale dancers, but divorced him in 1976; he was later found shot to death with a large caliber handgun in April of 1987.
- O’Neill married husband number four in 1978, Jeff Barry, a British drummer, singer and song writer (‘Leader of the Pack’; ‘I’m a Believer’; Sugar, Sugar’), but later divorced him in 1979.
- O’Neill then married her manager, John Lederer, husband number five in 1979, and he gave her a son, Reis. However, he also went through all her money. O’Neill knew at the time of the marriage that he was a convicted felon, but married him anyway; Lederer was subsequently convicted of sexually abusing her daughter Aimee three to four times a week for more than four years. O’Neill divorced Lederer in 1983.
- She amassed money again, and had a son, Cooper, with husband number six, Richard A. Alan, her limo driver with whom she went on a blind date and married him in 1984. Alan was unfaithful to her with prostitutes, and she divorced him in 1987 but re-married him in 1993
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- At age forty-four O’Neill then married husband number seven, Neil L. Bonin, in December of 1992 in Travis, Texas during a cross country car trip, O’Neill’s five year old son serving as the best man. O’Neill had met Bonin in a New York restaurant and he was eleven years her junior; O’Neill had the marriage annulled in May of 1993 after just five months due to fraud which induced her into the marriage.
- At age thirty four, O’Neill also suffered a gunshot wound. Police officers in Bedford, New York who interviewed the actress in the mansion of her twenty-five room thirty acre French style estate, report that on October 23, 1982 O’Neill said that had she shot herself accidentally in the navel with her then husband John Lederer’s .38 caliber revolver in the bedroom while she was trying to determine if it was loaded.
There! Now aren’t you ashamed and sorry and perpetually suffering because you are not a member of the beautiful people Hollywood cabal?