Young liberal activist Hillary Rodham was quite taken with community organizer Saul Alinsky, whose book “Rules for Radicals” has often been referenced in connection not only with the principles and practices of Hillary–but also of Barack Obama.
So impressed was Miss Rodham by Alinsky’s teachings that she made him the subject of her 92-page senior thesis for Wellesley College.
In his “Rules for Radicals,” published in 1971, Alinsky offered the following as Rule #5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”
Taking that guidance to heart, the folks at Reason TV have produced another brilliant video mocking Hillary Clinton’s recent news event at the U.N. in which she tried to defend her use of a private email account managed on her personal server for conducting official government business.
In a clever parody of a widely seen TV commercial advertising PC Matic software for computer security, the Reason TV video introduces us to “DC Matic” and its supposed advantages for those wanting to get rid of potentially incriminating emails.
You can watch “DC Matic: The Hillary-Approved Email Server!” by clicking on the video above.
h/t: American Thinker
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