So I just saw Fox News Channel here during the break, and I see a little headline the bottom of the screen: “Hillary Clinton Launching Charm Offensive to Win Over Republican Voters.” Well, now, that’s not possible. I mean, a charm offensive is not possible. Winning over Republican voters? Hell, anything’s possible. You know what she said? She said, “I do not have horns,” and everybody’s applauding it. “Oh, man, look at Hillary! She’s in Omaha. She’s in Nebraska. She targeting Republicans.
“She’s claiming that she’s on a charm offensive. She’s gonna convert Republicans! She’s assuring them she doesn’t have horns.” I.E., she’s not the devil. It reminds me of Tea Party Senate nominee in Delaware, Christine O’Donnell who said, “I’m not a witch,” and they ran her out of the race for it. They’d run ads claiming, I guess, that she had — I don’t know — flown around on a broom at some point. So she goes up there and says, “No, no, no, no, no. I’m not a witch,” and everybody starts laughing at her and saying, “Oh, my God, that’s a horrible way to run a campaign!”
“You can’t say in an ad you’re not a witch.” Really? Well, it’s okay for Hillary to come out and say, “Hey, I don’t have horns.” I’m just looking for a brief moment of jocularity here, folks, because when I get back to what Ryan and the Republicans enabled in this budget.