Hillary’s stripes on parade, again

Via Larwyn, 30 letters: In the ’60s, a Future Candidate Poured Her Heart Out in Letters

Some things haven’t changed – Hillary’s still divorced from the middle class:

“God, I feel so divorced from Park Ridge, parents, home, the entire unreality of middle class America,” she says. “This all sounds so predictable, but it’s true.”

At least now she’s not showing up in public in those dreadful striped trousers which first made their appearance in April and which the NYT shows again:

I had a similar pair of slacks in the 1970s, that era of “What was I thinking?” fashion:

However, ugly as the striped trousers are, I’ve never slipped down this slippery slope:

“I’m sitting here at a stolen table in a pair of dirty denim bell-bottoms, a never-ironed work shirt and a beautiful purple felt hat with a purple polka-dotted scarf streaming off it,” she writes

Good lord.

6 Responses to “Hillary’s stripes on parade, again”

  1. Sigmund, Carl and Alfred Says:

    There really needs to be a ‘Pants Museum.’

    So that we might never forget, and so that never happen again.

  2. Fausta Says:

    British pants, or American pants, or both?

  3. Obi's Sister Says:

    Please make it stop…

  4. JMK2006 Says:

    It’s not what you wear, it’s how you wear it.

    (Nice sandals, btw.)

  5. Ziva Says:

    You can´t help but wonder what Hilary would have been like if she´d gone to a nice conservative college. Instead, she became a self-fashioned member of the “elite”. God help us if she’s elected president.

  6. JMK2006 Says:

    Early on in Slouching Towards Gomorrah Robert Bork writes, “Young people are savages who have to be civilized by their churches, schools, and families.”

    (ftr, that’s from memory, not verbatim.)