Would People Care About Hillary’s Pantsuits and Tax Returns If She Were Republican?

Written by Andrew Allen on March 8, 2016

Hey, Hillary supporters – especially those that donated cash to her campaign – pat yourselves on the back. You just helped her help herself to $250,000. How’s that for spreading the wealth around in an income inequality environment?

Over the course of her campaign she’s routinely dipped into donation monies and taken five-figures here, a stack of C notes there, as her personal income. Must be nice.

Where’s your tax returns, Madame Secretary? Show us the money.

It would make sense for her to release them. Voters ought to know what’s up with her finances. Is she hurting so badly she needs a monthly shot of $50,000+ to put food on the table and keep a roof over her head? Does she have a gambling addiction? Is the money going somewhere else? One likely somewhere else is Clinton Executive Services Corporation – the company Hillary created to oversee her bathroom email server fiasco.

For someone constantly raging against the Wall Street machine isn’t it curious that Hillary was business-savvy enough to create her own “executive services” corporation?

Maybe she needs the extra stash from her campaign stash to pay for her pantsuits. They don’t come cheap. She buys most of them from designer Nina McLemore and likely during private visits at a select boutique in New York City.

McLemore binge-drinks from the kool-aid. According to Nina, “anyone, frankly, who is not a white male, has a difficult time being seen positively because there’s so much going on in our totally unconscious perception that leads us to that conclusion”.

Or in other words, because of all that invisible – Liberals call it systemic – racism and sexism, it’s hard for a woman and/or someone of color to be viewed favorably in American culture. Simply put, according to Nina’s logic people dislike Hillary because she has a vagina and not a penis. So a pantsuit, price-tag between $900 and $1400(a) per suit, is the only way Hillary can appear manly.

To put things in perspective, at a Fight for $15 hourly wage:

It would take someone more than 33 hours of work to buy a $500 McLemore top.

It would take someone more than 63 hours of work to buy a $950 McLemore pantsuit.

It would take someone more than 93 hours of work to buy a $1400 McLemore pantsuit.

(The above figures do not account for federal, state, or municipal income taxes).

So, Hillary-Fighting-For-Us-Clinton is wearing garb that – once you ad in the cost of tailoring, footwear, jewelry, make-up, probable wig, and accessories – costs more than what many Americans pay each month to put food on the table and keep a roof overhead.

Exactly how many of these McLemore pantsuits does Hillary have anyway?

Has she worn the same pantsuit twice?

Does she have a dozen or so does she rotates through based on Huma Abedin’s advice?

Does she model them for Huma and only wear the ones Huma approves of? If so, does Hillary ask Huma “does this make my butt look big”?

Are any blue and if so did the dry-cleaner successfully remove the, well, you know?

How many are custom made exclusives for Madame Secretary?

Are these questions nobody’s business?

These questions seem to be everyone’s business when a Conservative woman is running for office. Bring up any given Conservative candidate’s name and rest assured there’s an article, blog, meme, or hashtag that raves on and on about how much her wardrobe cost. It could be a little-old lady running for a seat on City Council in place where cows outnumber human beings eleven to one and invariably some Liberal will tally up and then weaponize the cash dollar amount the little-old lady spent on clothes at Wal-Mart.

Same goes for tax returns.

In between Mitt Romney’s non-campaign campaign against Donald Trump and the cat fight the Republican nomination process has devolved into, there are back-and-forths about Republican candidate tax returns. Release them. Don’t release them. Wait for an audit. Don’t wait for an audit. One candidate says he will release his. Another says he’ll release his but only if the guy getting audited does too. Is there a bombshell revelation in someone’s tax returns?

To listen to the pundits, it’s as though those tax returns contain the cure for the common cold and the vocabulary for some ancient language once used by the Mayans to talk to hamsters. That is, in Republican tax returns.

As for Hillary’s tax returns, there’s no more interest in digging into her financials than there was in unlocking Barack Obama’s academic records. Sad. Both are jam-packed with things far more interesting than cures for colds and secret hamster-speak.

(a) Reportedly, the cheapest McLemore suits start at $500 for the top and pants for $400. The high-end pantsuit goes for about $1400.

Image: February 6, 2016 – Manchester, New Hampshire via photopin (license)

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Andrew Allen
Andrew Allen (@aandrewallen) grew up in the American southeast and for more than two decades has worked as an information technoloigies professional in various locations around the globe. A former far-left activist, Allen became a conservative in the late 1990s following a lengthy period spent questioning his own worldview. When not working IT-related issues or traveling, Andrew Allen spends his time discovering new ways to bring the pain by exposing the idiocy of liberals and their ideology.