In January, longtime Democrat strategist and Hillary Clinton surrogate James Carville confessed that their candidate for president wasn’t the most exciting person in the world.

“She might be boring,” he declared.

Far-left commentator Sally Kohn, said reading Hillary’s memoirs was such a snooze fest that the book should have been titled ‘Boring Choices‘ rather than ‘Hard Choices.’

And Fox News Howard Kurtz writes, “Hillary Clinton is really boring. A terrible campaigner. An awful politician who will have a tough time against Donald Trump.”

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Apparently Hillary’s virtue of being boring came to a head at her acceptance speech for the nomination of president of the United States.

A truly historic and momentous speech … put husband Bill Clinton to sleep.


Gotta love how vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine directs the media to cut the cameras after he realizes Bill is engaged in nappy time.

Oh, didn’t see that. Watch it again at the end. Almost as if they were prepared for it, and almost like the Democrats have signals to the media directing them what they can and can not cover, isn’t it?

To be fair, Hillary was discussing a topic that Democrats have little to no interest in – combating ISIS.

Via the Daily Caller:

“Sitting in between Tim Kaine and Chelsea Clinton, Bill grabbed some quick shut eye while Hillary Clinton talked about ISIS.

“The former secretary of state was saying, ‘We will disrupt their efforts online to reach and radicalize young people in our country. It won’t be easy or quick, but make no mistake – we will prevail.’

“Apparently, Bill Clinton did not prevail over the desire to sleep.”

Personally, we just don’t understand how someone with this much charisma could put anyone to sleep …



That little dance routine reminded us of this:


Anyway, see? She’s hip. She’s down with that scene.

She might as well be saying “How do you do, fellow kids” in that clip.

Cross-posted at the Political Insider