Karl Rove is certainly getting help from his buddies after he stuck his foot in his mouth by suggesting that Hillary Clinton had brain damage and is too old to run for president. Bill Clinton responded to Rove's rant by making a joking reference to the Walking Dead:
On Wednesday, former President Bill Clinton said he was "sort of dumbfounded" by the comments.
"Look, she works out every week, she is strong, she's doing great. As far as I can tell she's in better shape than I am. She certainly seems to have more stamina now," he said.
Clinton also joked about Rove.
"I got to give him credit, you know, that embodies that old saying that consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. First they said she faked her concussion. And now they say she's auditioning for a part on the Walking Dead," he said.
It was a good joke, but when it comes to Hillary, the freaks hold nothing back and Matt Drudge couldn't work harder or faster to make a graphic that would not only make Mrs. Clinton ancient, but also like a zombie too.
For the Drudge Report, Bill Clinton left Hillary wide-open to some mischievous fun with his comment, "Now they [Republicans] say she's auditioning for a part in "The Walking Dead."
Soon after, a doctored photo of Hillary Clinton as a zombie-like member of "The Walking Dead" popped up on the Drudge Report. In the image, Hillary has the lifeless look of the "undead," of a "walker," of a "lethargic lurker."
Once the image was on the Drudge Report, Matt sidestepped to his Twitter page for a bit of promotion. Without giving his surprise away, Matt made a comment sure to send folks rushing to the Drudge Report to find out what was up: "Had an especially good time updating the DRUDGE REPORT [caps included] this morning. Thank you!"
That Matt Drudge is so hilarious, isn't he? I remember when Conservatives freaked out over a picture of Condi Rice they said was doctored up by USA Today. Here's Malkin's post from 2005: DEMONIZING CONDI
If progressives would have made fun of a female conservative politician like Drudge just did, (I can't really name to many females in the Republican party) they'd have their pitchforks and torches out. But as usual-IOKIYR
Bill Clinton was right by the way when he said this in the interview:
Clinton also suggested that Republicans will continue to focus on his wife’s health and her age — she is 66 years old — as the election draws closer. “You can’t be too upset about it,” he said.
“It’s just the beginning. They’ll get better and better about it.”
“It’s just part of the deal.”
It's two years out before the 2016 election and conservatives are off and running their race to the bottom.