“HILLARY AT CHIPOTLE”

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Today’s Quote

We are going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.” -Hillary Clinton

 

 

 

 

Time Check

April 23, 1789 -President Washington moved into Franklin House, New York. It was the first executive mansion.

April 23, 1900 – The word “hillbilly” was first used in print in an article in the “New York Journal.” It was spelled “Hill-Billie”.

April 23, 1945 – The Soviet Army fought its way into Berlin.

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Iss. 38

April 23, 2015

Dear Thinkers,

There has been a great deal of fallout in wake of Mrs. Hillary Clinton’s announcement to run for President of the United States. As I sit down to write this article, I realize that this is not only my first column which features the former First Lady, but surely the first of many to come in the following year. 

What I did not expect, however, was the subject of which I am about to cover. Chipotle. 

After Clinton admitted to running in 2016−something that the whole country had anticipated for years—She hopped on a bus straight for Iowa; the first of many battleground states. 

As you may not know, the trip is very long, about 12 hours… so as one would Imagine, you would have to make a few stops. One of these happened to be at a Chipotle.

Upon service, Clinton wasn’t recognized by the employees. It wasn’t until afterwards from a security camera, that Clinton was identified wearing sunglasses at the register. Now, one must realize at this point, that it would be almost unavoidable for Clinton to escape criticism of some sort, no matter where she chose to eat that day, and we will certainly cover that, but let us first state the facts. 

-Hillary Clinton (as stated in here announcement video) plans to run a campaign for the average citizen, and to topple the wealthy.

-Many of these average citizens undeniably work at Chipotle. 

-Clinton didn’t leave one nickel (out of her 5-50M net worth) as a tip for the Chipotle workers that day.

-Clinton’s average price per speech is 200,000 dollars. (Some can be much, much, more-CBS News) In the last 15 months she has pulled in around a net 5 million dollars on speeches alone (MotherJones). 

-Following the visit she was condemned by Jeb Bush as he implied that she was too good for other fast food restaurants and had to pick (high end) Chipotle.

So there you have it, those are the facts. And before you jump to emotional conclusions and start attacking her or defending her based on personal inclination, let me keep it real here. 

First off Jeb, at least she didn’t do this:

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Secondly, a main talking point of the GOP calls her health into question. An honest man would applaud her healthy choice, especially on a road trip where variety is not always a luxury. 

But one cannot deny the irony behind running a campaign based on the working man/woman, yet hours later ignoring the very person you say you are running for. However, even the most generous tippers in this world would be found guilty if the standard was to leave a tip in every establishment entered. 

Could it be possible that Clinton did not have cash in her wallet at the time? Of course! Any reasonable human being knows this happens from time to time. Furthermore, had it crossed the minds of the drones in the press that Clinton may have not seen the service fit for a tip? It is after all a tip, isn’t it?

For those who think I am making excuses for Mrs. Clinton, I ask you this: If you are able to draw conclusions based on the absence of fact, is it then unfair for me to entertain the possibilities above? Any honest being knows that these scenarios are just as likely. And I may very well be wrong, but one must recognize that both arguments are in fact, speculation, and nothing more than that, which on The Real Times, does not constitute news. 

That being the case Thinkers, there is still plenty to discuss. 

In accord to the real facts, conjecture aside, Clinton claims to represent the working class. Whether she had tipped at Chipotle or not, her policy instead speaks for itself.

Hillary Clinton believes not in redistributing wealth through a tip jar, but through the hands of the federal government, and as the executive, I remind you, those will be her hands if elected. This is why it should not come as a surprise that Hillary Clinton didn’t tip, and if she did, it would be meaningless to her disposition on the issue…. The media does not need to look to Chipotles on the road to Iowa just to find a story here, but instead my friends, they could listen to the rhetoric of her speeches for the last decade which echo top down redistribution of wealth in its most raw form.  (See Today’s Quote )

Clinton vows to destroy the 1 percent, yet she sits at the very top of the 1 percent—not just financially, but also on a throne as arguably the most powerful woman in the world, making her, according to her own words, directly responsible for the policies that are apparently holding people back. You may forget, she did recently occupy the white house for a long time, which in my humble opinion would make her not “the average citizen”. But who better to look out for YOU, the average citizen, than someone better than you? Someone who the rules don’t apply to…

“But I am already generous,” you may say. But remember, until the money goes through her hands, you’re not smart enough to be generous. So hold your tips friends, Hillary has you covered, you just have to trust her. 

Bottom line, let people enjoy their Chipotle, and go after their politics.

Not their burritos. 

 

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