Chelsea’s Claws Come Out

Don’t fuck with Chelsea Clinton! The 28-year old got feisty when a Butler University student asked whether Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky hurt her mother’s credibility, particularly when Hillary defended her husband against a “right wing conspiracy,” which turned out to be Lewinsky’s lips.

Chelsea was not impressed by the off-color, meaningless question: “Wow, you’re the first person actually that’s ever asked me that question in the, I don’t know maybe, 70 college campuses I’ve now been to, and I do not think that is any of your business.”

She then lunged at the man, tore out his throat with her teeth and feasted on his soul. Okay, that didn’t happen, but you can tell Chelsea’s thinking about it.

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  • BillieXX

    Say what you will about the Clintons, they raised a great daughter.

  • Nick

    As a Butler University alum, I am appalled at that student, and I am so happy that the news feed never showed him/her.

    Just terrible…

  • Hefty-Whore

    Good for Chelsea. It’s not anyone’s business.

  • todd

    She always maintains a level of class and dignity beyond her years.

  • CitizenGeek

    Chelsea is great; I wouldn’t be surprised to see her carrying the Clinton legacy in the future.

    About the whole Lewinsky thing … I actually think Hillary ought to be admired for what she done. Divorce rates are scandalous, and Hillary is an example of working through marriage problems, instead of just running for divorce papers at the first sign of trouble.

  • CC

    Are you kidding me? That wasn’t class. She also rebutted a nine year old girl with Schoolastic cred.

    Unless you think Bubba “has learned his lesson” and has sown all his wild oats, it’s going to happen again. Will it be our business when our president is a cuckhold?

  • hester p

    i believe the term is cuckquean

  • John

    Er yes it is cause your mama lied!

  • KJ

    I’m not getting why people are apparently so easily impressed by Chelsea. I’m sure she’s a fine human being and smart, but very little is required of her to be lauded. I don’t get it.

  • AR

    Chelsea can’t have it both ways. She’s out there stumping for her mom’s benefit, a public figure, and therefore is expected to field any relevant questions.

    Asking a question about the scandal that got your mom’s husband, the possible future VP, impeached is surely relevant. It’s an awkward question, but it was awkward for Hillary to send Chelsea out there in the first place.

  • madmax

    The girl has CLASS. It must come from the grandparents.

  • Jason

    Surely it’s a pretty relevant question, no? It was hardly a tweely hidden private matter, was it?

  • Leland Frances

    Sorry to interrupt the Hillary Hate Festival with a few facts, but only people who could lead the Flat Earth Society mock the “vast Right Wing conspiracy.”

    Try taking off your Official Obama Blindfolds for a sec and reading about the “Arkansas Project” and the billionaire fascist who funded it, Richard “Destroy Them, Destroy Them I Say!” Scaife.

    Then remember—unless you actually are 12 and not simply act like it—the $70 million in TAXPAYER dollars Ken Starr et al., also spent trying to legally lynch the Clintons without success. They couldn’t beat him at the ballot box so they tried a Coup de Blow Job that, unlike Bill, never came.

    Finally, for all the Obamoonie revisionism, note that Bill Clinton’s approval ratings when he left office were higher than any post WWII President…even St. Ronnie.

    End-of Presidency Job Approval Ratings
    Bill Clinton (2001) 65%
    Ronald Reagan (1989) 64
    Dwight Eisenhower (1961) 59
    John F. Kennedy (1963) 63
    George Bush (1993) 56
    Gerald Ford (1977) 53
    Lyndon Johnson (1969) 49
    Jimmy Carter (1981) 34
    Richard Nixon (1974) 24

    By category approval, they were even higher:
    Strong leader – 67%
    International relations – 68%
    Race relations – 73%
    Economy – 76%

    -ABC/Washington Post

  • l

    I don’t think Chelsea is handled it well. She’s an adult now; she’s out there; anything goes.

  • dizzyspin

    > Asking a question about the scandal that got your > mom’s husband, the possible future VP, impeached >is surely relevant. It’s an awkward question, but >it was awkward for Hillary to send Chelsea out >there in the first place.”

    well said.
    Also, when Chelses says ““you’re the first person actually that’s ever asked me that question,” what she means is “why didnt my advance team thoroughly vet these questions and make sure this idiot was thrown in front of a bus?”

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