Although the publisher of Hillary Clinton's book (which already dropped out of the Top Ten list on Amazon) claims that people just aren't buying books the way they used to, Hope n' Change is confidently predicting bestseller status for journalist Edward Klein's explosive new tell-all "Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. The Obamas."
As you can guess from the title, the two political families absolutely despise each other behind closed doors - and we have to admit that our hearts actually warmed to Bill Clinton just a bit upon hearing his quote: "I hate that man, Obama, more than any man I've ever met. More than any man who ever lived." (Follow the link - trust us, you'll love it.)
The book also details in highly plausible fashion what happened on the night of Benghazi. Hillary (who is called "Hildebeest" by Barry and Michelle) called the president while the attack was still in progress and told him straight out that it was a coordinated act of terror. According to Klein's book, Obama then told Hillary to put out a State Department release blaming a YouTube video for a "spontaneous demonstration."
Hillary protested, saying that the story wasn't credible and it ignored the rather screamingly obvious fact that the attack occurred on the freaking anniversary of 9/11...but in the end, Hillary put her principles aside (much like a crack whore having a "buy one, get one free" sale) and agreed to the "no terror" coverup to protect Barry's reelection chances and prepare her own run for the White House.
Hope n' Change doesn't know with certainty how accurate Klein's book is (though his previous bestseller about Obama, "The Amateur," was on the nose) but we know that we're buying it - if only for the joy of knowing that its rise up the bestseller charts will piss off two entirely despicable families.
BONUS: Imagine If You Will...
|(Hat tip to David in SoCal for the idea!)|
Although he's being replaced by the oxymoronically named "Josh Earnest," Hope n' Change really wishes that Rod Serling could have taken the job. At least then, the entirely unbelievable stories coming out of the White House might have occasionally been entertaining or contained an unpredictable twist - rather than the soul-killing, entirely predictable lies and deceptions foisted off by Carney from "The Transparency Zone."
Don't let the screen door hit you on the way out, Jay. And start smoking. Heavily.