Hillary Clinton would like to remind you that, for a large chunk of her life, she was forced to live in Arkansas, where almost nobody had a copy of Mao’s Little Red Book, and people still did things like eat squirrels cooked on hot plates. While those moments still give her significant pause now and again – and probably recurring night terrors – she does find them useful when she needs to communicate with people who live below the Mason-Dixon line.
Yesterday, Hillary met with the South Carolina Democratic chairman and appeared on his public access television show, where she demonstrated how well she knows the “language of the South,” by falling into a fake Southern accent.
The Weekly Standard compiled the greatest hits from the interview. They have also helpfully demonstrated her level of pandering with a “cowboy boot scale,” one boot being less pander-y, five boots being one step away from decorating her campaign bus with Truck Nutz.
“Granparentin'” sure sounds like fun! I wonder if she and bill take little Charlotte down to the holler for some fishin’ and tire swingin’ on the regular. Perhaps, before Hillary Clinton officially loses the nomination, they’ll have the chance to introduce their baby granddaughter to NASCAR.
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