The ship is sinking, long live the ship. Sharks have nothing to feel good about.
Makes no sense, I know. But it was inspired by The Week magazine article on why Hillary Clinton has slipped in the polls:
...All told, that means Clinton's net favorability had fallen an astounding 18 points since the start of the year.
The drop is seemingly quite mysterious, given that Clinton has been largely absent from the spotlight for months. It's not like she oversaw a disastrous rollout of an online exchange for health insurance, for example. So why is Clinton bottoming out now?
Yea why? Liberals are in the midst of, what the article has admitted, a “disastrous” rollout of Obamacare. Hillary is a Liberal so what gives? Naturally I’m being ironic but that stems from the articles attempt to divorce what Hillary stands for, namely government control of our decisions resulting in a gigantic failure leaving hundreds of thousands without insurance, with that of her sinking popularity. They then go ahead and ponder the mystery as though there is one.
Hillary is certainly not to blame in any of what Kathleen Sebelius labeled a “debacle” (gee, that’s what I called it) concerning Obamacare’s debut, but is it a stretch to consider that the policy is every part of what she believes in and in no way will she scrap it?
So what’s with the ship metaphor?:
Whatever the reason, Clinton's popularity was bound to slip somewhat as she geared up for 2016. And she's still, even with such a precipitous drop, very well liked. The latest polls give the GOP few reasons to feel better about the next election.
Aside from this making no sense whatsoever, it provides a cover for Liberalism in that personality has nothing to do with policy. Clinton is slipping dramatically in the polls, but she’s well liked. 90 million are out of work with nothing encouraging at the horizon. People losing their health insurance. Ball of it up and The Week concludes the GOP has “few reasons to feel better about the next election”. Can someone explain this, anyone??