We conclude our charitable work on behalf of the untitled Senator from New York state and former first person of the United States.
Re: Harry Pike’s recommended title, “You’ll Have to Ask My Husband About That,” in last Wednesday’s To Hillary With Love:
I’m certain that not all of your readers know enough Texas politics to get that one.
In the 20’s, the top dog in Texas politics was a rather corrupt governor, “Pa” Ferguson. When things got too hot, he didn’t run for reelection — his wife ran and was elected. All knew he was still in charge. The fun continued, and a pardon scandal soon ensued. The situation was summed up by the following three-liner:
Man walking down the street bumps into the governor.
“Pardon me, madam.”
“You’ll have to ask my husband about that.”
All-in-all, a most appropriate title.
— Nathan Zook
How could you do this to me? The one day I am ill and don’t go near my computer, you have the contest to title Hillary’s book!
Here I sit reading all the great titles, all so wonderfully nasty, and I can’t think of even a close one now. Boy, are you feeling my pain yet? You better!
Whatever the title used and I really have no hope it will be one of yours, the book will be filled with humongous Hillary lies, and should be a treat to read. The right wing better look out because she might get a little nasty! A little nasty! You evil conservatives, how could you hurt such a sweet young thing?
Keep at it!
— Carole Graham
THEY’RE ALL WINNERS
I know it’s too late but how about “It Takes a Hamlet”?
— Paul Windels
A bit long, but here goes: “Memoirs of Hillary: Loving Wife, Cattle Rancher, Defender of Children, Feminist Achiever, Blonde.”
— Benjamin Zycher
“Me, Myself, And I”
— James Crosslin
With apologies to Heinz Guderian, but an appropriate warning for us, I suggest: “Achtung — Hillary!”
— P.R. Hacker (suffering NYker)
As a sequel to her breathtaking work in “It Takes A Village” (did anybody actually read that waste of a perfectly good spotted owl condo?), I’m sure her adoring fans would go absolutely gaga over… “It Takes Eight Million”
— Mike Leland
What book? How do you define “book”?
— William Ghiglieri
“The Reader’s Digest Edition of 900 FBI Files”
— Chuck Schneider
How about “The Village Needs Health Care”?
— Jeff Potter
“A Vast Writing Conspiracy”
— Will Middelaer
“My Page in History”
— Craig Good
One word — “hitLIARy” — says it.
“Anything for Billy” or “Up from Knavery”
— Roger Glass
“How I Succeeded in Politics Without Really Deserving”
— Warren Mowry
I hope these suggestions aren’t too late…
1. “Once Upon a Time in the White House”
2. “I, Hillary”
— Barry Branch
Florida International University
Can I submit, “Doctor Virago,” as my suggestion for Senator Termagant’s new tome!
— Edward Del Colle
Sorry to take the obvious shot, but it was there: “The Vagina Ideologues”
— Stephen “Doc” Watson
“The Vastness of My Rightness”
“Why I Loved Che Guevara”
“Mirror Mirror In My Limo…..”
— Andrew Forsyth
1. “I Me Mine” (apologies to George Harrison)
2. “Frankly, Dear — An Economic Contract On America”
3. “101 Uses for a Dead Health Care Plan”
4. “It’s All About Me”
— Thomas Luedeke
West Lafayette, IN
“A Taste of Money”
“Polling for Concubines” (with no apologies to Michael Moore)
— Mary Grace Yonts
“Mein Kampf, Book II”
— Michael R. Morris
U.S. Marine Corps (retired)
“Once Upon a Time in Amerika”
“To Have and Have”
“Romeo and Everybody”
— James Keay
“Don’t Bother Me, I’m Running”
— Kimball Brown
“Ma Vie en Rose Law Firm”
— Patrick Wright
“Devil With the Blue Dress On”
— John Nelson, CT
“The Red States Are Next”
— Walt Young
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