Hillary Clinton under fire in South Carolina for being ‘old, white and rich’ as Republican presidential hopefuls pile on the Democratic front-runner

by DAVID MARTOSKO  |  published on May 10, 2015


Democrats ‘don’t like “old, white and rich”,’ a red-meat conservative audience heard Saturday in the early hours of the South Carolina Freedom Summit.
‘And their answer to that is Hillary.’

Mrs. Clinton, the American liberal most likely to contend for the presidency in 2016, rivaled the ISIS terror army in taking punches from Republicans at the event, held in Greenville.
The demographic quip came from Kellyanne Conway, a pollster. But she wasn’t alone.

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, four years ago the Iowa Caucus victor, complained that Clinton stood in the way of nuclear-related sanctions he once drafted when they were both senators.

Asked after his speech if he could think of a nice work or two for the former secretary of state, he stood puzzled and then shrugged: ‘Happy Mother’s Day?’

  • Dennis Wenthold

    Your comments are based on emotional bias not facts. The USA economy and country is doing the best since 2008. The economy under Clinton was doing so well we could have paid off the national dept when he lft office (?)

  • Dennis Wenthold

    This person has more experience in a day they most have in a lifetime

    • Florio Vino

      Most of that experience was gained in fleecing and confusing those that supported and follow her. She and Bill have gained more financial prosperity than any other Politician in our hisory of politics and if elected will own us all , if WE allow it! Wake Up people They are as bad for this Country as the current non citizen Obama!


    When it comes to Comrade Hillary-YOU FORGOT-UGLY!!!!!!

    • Dennis Wenthold

      You are so positive! (Satire)

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