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32 Hairstyles of the Restless Hildebeast

By Eowyn @DrEowyn

If you need any more evidence that Politico is liberal, look no further than an article on Hillary in the May/June 2014 issue of Politico Magazine.

The article by Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman, “What Is Hillary Clinton Afraid Of?,” is a sympathetic treatment of how Hillary hates the media and is convinced that the media has been out to get her while. At the same time, she is unwilling to “make nice” with journalists for better press. (Wow! Hillary is at once thin-skinned and deluded. She actually thinks the liberal mainstream media is hyper-critical of her? What planet is she on? Ever heard of Sarah Palin?)


Before female readers of this post read any further, please answer this question: “From your late teen years until now, how many hair styles have you had?” Please count them and remember the number.


I didn’t find the Politico article particularly interesting or illuminating, except for this line:

[Hillary's] ever-changing parade of hairstyles that friends say reflects creative restlessness and enemies read as a symbol of somebody who doesn’t stand for anything.

So I scoured the net looking for Hillary’s “ever-changing parade of hairstyles” and put together this mosaic of the 32 hairstyles of the Hildebeast — from the more recent to when she first met Bill.

hair1hair2What does her “ever-changing parade of hairstyles” say to you?

There was one other thing that’s interesting about the Politico article. It’s the last sentence in the paragraph below, which I find downright frightening:

In 1996, she laid down this marker in a letter to her best friend, Diane Blair, according to recently released papers. “I’m not stupid; I know I should do more to suck up to the press, I know it confuses people when I change my hairdos,” Blair quoted Clinton as saying, after Blair suggested she “fake” a “friendly” attitude toward the media. “I know I should pretend not to have any opinions—but I’m just not going to. I’m used to winning and I intend to win on my own terms.

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