Even Bill Is Giving Up On Hillary Campaign

After a whole year on the campaign trail stumping for his wife, Hillary Clinton, former President Bill Clinton forgot her campaign slogan which was plastered on the podium right in front of him while speaking at a rally on Tuesday.

“But we were growing together,” he said.

Clinton shook his finger at the crowd as he recited the wrong words.

“This campaign slogan of Hillary’s, ‘growing together,’ is more than just two words that sound good,” Clinton said.

Clinton made this statement while standing behind a podium with his wife’s actual campaign slogan, “stronger together,” written on it.


He mispronounced the word “campaign” as well.

“Stronger Together” is plastered on everything Bill Clinton has seen for the past year. It is even plastered on the bus he rides.

Stronger Together is also the title of Hillary Clinton’s book.

Hillary Clinton’s new book Stronger Together is a “flop” after selling less than 3,000 copies the New York Times reported Wednesday.

I guess Bill didn’t bother to read it either.

I think it’s pretty clear from this picture of Bill giving a thumbs up to a Trump supporter that he’s sick and tired of the whole charade:


A picture is worth a thousand words…


Looks like a thumbs up for Trump and a Freudian (or blatant) thumbs down for Hillary.


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I hope we have once again reminded people that man is not free unless government is limited. There’s a clear cause and effect here that is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: as government expands, liberty contracts. — Ronald Reagan
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