POLITICS ON TAP – Hillary Clinton, Closing Embassies and Kanye West


NBC’s Sisterhood of the Traveling Pantsuit?

According to Variety; Bob Greenblatt, head of NBC Entertainment, says the Peacock network will soon unveil a slate of high-profile projects they’re calling their; “year of improvement.” Greenblatt mentioned two of those projects were a miniseries about Hillary Clinton and a remake of the movie; “Rosemary’s Baby” – a psychological thriller originally made in the 1960′s about the birth of a baby girl who turns out to be Satan’s daughter. Which actually makes sense, because wouldn’t Rosemary’s Baby be all grown up now and be right around Hillary’s age? The story of the mini-series entitled; “Hilary” will follow Ms. Clinton from the period in 1998 during the Monica Lewinsky scandal through the present day. In other words, from Hilary yelling orders at Bill to “stand-up”; to her giving orders in Libya to “stand-down”?

Due to chatter about potential terrorist threats, State Department officials say the United States will close an unspecified number of embassies around the world because of “security concerns…” Boy, talk about closing the barn door after Hillary is out…

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has no interest in making nice with fellow Republican Sen. Rand Paul even after Senator Paul extended an olive branch to the governor over their public sparring. After Christie said that Paul’s libertarian approach to foreign policy was “dangerous” in a speech, the Senator invited Christie to have a beer on Fox News. But Governor Christie was having none of it, saying; “I don’t really have time for that at the moment.” Christie went on to call Paul’s offer to have a beer, “juvenile.” In response, Rand Paul agreed his offer was silly and a more serious and realistic offer should have been put forth to get he and Chris Christie together: A porterhouse, two stuffed-potatoes and a case of Old Milwaukee. With Bacon. Duh.

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