My covenant will I not break, nor alter the thing that is gone out of my lips. Psalm 89:34
Hillary Clinton is right now in the fight of her political life.
She is being pulled, stretch and hammered down by her own party and the very media who was touting her to be the first woman elected to serve as President of the United States.
And what is all the clamor about?
Emails coming and emails going…can you believe that?
Although I don’t consider myself to be a conspiracy theorist, I will take liberty to be creative in writing a fictional tale of suspense, sabotage and betrayal.
I title this short-short satirical soap opera, The Tillary Chronicles.
Tillary Thorn is the outspoken former first lady.
During her husband’s eight year term, she was perceived to be disliked by some members of her very own political party. That Party.
Even The Other Party finds it difficult to deal with a smart, strong and independent-minded woman like Tillary.
When Tillary’s husband President Thorn term was over in 2000, she chose to run for congressional office.
And to no one’s surprise, Tillary is victorious in her first political run for office.
Fast forward, eight years later, when she is strongly encouraged to run as a presidential candidate for That Party.
That Party assures Tillary that she is a shoe-in and she has their backing.
But, little does Tillary know that a generational leader from a well-known family, Senator Tim Kooney, chooses to put up an unknown young congress person of color to represent That Party in the 2008 election.
Tillary realizing that she and her husband have been deceived by the underhanded plot of Senator Kooney continue to stay in the primaries despite threats of dethroning her chances as to ever being in a position to run for any political office in the future.
A national branding campaign take over the primaries and the young congress person of color, Bland Omaar is now a social media favorite. He is now That Party leading contender.
Tillary realizes that her chances to run for That Party have been stopped in its tracks and her desire to be the first woman president of the United States will have to wait until…2016?
A late night conference call is arranged. Tillary receives a golden carrot. If she sits out her run for That Party they guarantee her not only a key role in the administration but also that That Party would back her in the 2016 election.
Tillary accepts the offer and feels she cut a decent deal.
When That Party candidate, Bland Omaar gets elected he appoints Tillary to the position of Secretary of the World and half of the golden carrot has been honored.
Fast forward. It is 2015 and Tillary looks forward to running as the presidential candidate for That Party and hopefully with the blessings of President Omaar to fulfill the second promise made to her in 2008.
But wait. Much to Tillary’s surprise and disgust a leak from an unknown aide in the administration about her online subscriptions hits the press.
Now, The Other Party demands to know why Tillary was subscribing to magazines online and most importantly, on her personal server that could be hacked by the international world of magazine publishers.
The administration of That Party denies any involvement.
But wait, Tillary is now faced with another betrayal.
The number two leader of That Party, Vice President Jerry Budd is seriously considering running for president.
Hmmm…so, Tillary realizes she has been set-up once again and all by That Party who seems to have no loyalty to uphold their end of their agreement.
What will Tillary Thorn do now? Everyday she is facing questions from the press and The Other Party about her online subscribing.
The Other Party has convened a probe into the matter. They hope to finally put Tillary Thorn out of the race once and for all.
Polls say that voters don’t trust Tillary.
And other polls say that the American people don’t care about her online subscriptions and use of a personal server.
Nevertheless, the voters in 2016 will have their say.
Is this the end of Tillary or is it just another chapter in the Tillary Chronicles?
Sometimes, it is good to look behind the headlines and try to have a bit of humor at all the madness taking place around us.
Have a wonderful, safe and fun-filled weekend and keep God first!
God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good? Numbers 23:19
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