A reader sent me an image of Hillary imposed with images of Peter Sellers from the movie Mysterious Doctor Strangelove.

A bit of digging turned up other interesting images and articles.

Hillary Strangelove


Origin is unknown, but a Boston Globe had an editorial back in 2008 with that same title: Hillary Strangelove

AMERICANS have learned to take with a grain of salt much of the rhetoric in a campaign like the current Democratic donnybrook between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Still, there are some red lines that should never be crossed. Clinton did so Tuesday morning, the day of the Pennsylvania primary, when she told ABC’s “Good Morning America” that, if she were president, she would “totally obliterate” Iran if Iran attacked Israel.

This foolish and dangerous threat was muted in domestic media coverage. But it reverberated in headlines around the world.

Responding with understatement to a question in the British House of Lords, the foreign minister responsible for Asia, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, said of Clinton’s implication of a mushroom cloud over Iran: “While it is reasonable to warn Iran of the consequences of it continuing to develop nuclear weapons and what those real consequences bring to its security, it is probably not prudent in today’s world to threaten to obliterate any other country and in many cases civilians resident in such a country.”

A presidential candidate who lightly commits to obliterating Iran – and, presumably, all the children, parents, and grandparents in Iran – should not be answering the White House phone at any time of day or night.

President Obama has done or even said little of anything that merits praise.

But he did get one thing perfect in this 2008 flashback.


Inquiring minds may wish to consider the September 15, 2016 Wall Street Journal Op-Ed by Peggy Noonan Travel Back to an Early Clinton Scandal.

“Voters have the impression Hillary isn’t trustworthy. She’s been reinforcing it since 1993.”

Proposals for Hillary’s Campaign Slogan Taken

How about “War you can believe in”? What about “Lies you can believe in”?

Those seeking complete honesty may wish to consider “I’ve been lying for decades but so has everyone else”.

Mike “Mish” Shedlock