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Sigmund Freud Uncovers Bill’s Secret Wish for Hillary to Fail

by Keith Koffler on May 16, 2014, 11:33 am

In an unprecedented scoop, White House Dossier has obtained a transcript a recent session between Bill Clinton and his new psychiatrist, the ghost of Dr. Sigmund Freud. Freud, according to sources in the mental health community, appears exactly as he did a century ago but is charging today’s prices.

What follows is the transcript in its entirety.

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Sigmund Freud: Please lie down.

Bill Clinton: Thank you

Freud: No, you idiot, the other way. Do not face your therapist.

Clinton: Oh, I’m sorry.

Freud: Now, tell me about your relationship with your mother.

Clinton: I loved her dearly, she . . .

Freud: You hated your mother!

Clinton: No, I -

Freud: Yes, you loathed her. Do you want to make some progress here or not?

Clinton: Yes, but -

Freud: Turn around. Stop looking at me.

Clinton: Well, my relationship with my mother -

Freud: Okay, so it’s clear to me from our conversation so far you are a pathologically narcissistic personality, making you incessantly focused on your own concerns.

Clinton: How did you figure that out so quickly?

Freud: Well, I also read the newspapers.

Clinton: Wait a -

Freud: Your narcissism is a byproduct of your realization that only Bill will love Bill. And so Bill loves Bill a lot. In addition, the hostility you harbor for your mother is being transferred to your wife, Hillary.

Clinton: I’m not hostile to Hillary.

Freud: Then why don’t you want her to be president?

Clinton: I do!

Freud: You don’t!

Clinton: I do!

Freud: Deep within your subconscious, in the reptilian portion of your brain that so often guides you in your behavior, you are secretly threatened by the possibility that she will become president and possibly even surpass you as an historic figure. You want her to fail even more than you want renewed access to the White House pantry.

Clinton: I’m a vegan now.

Freud: Don’t give me that crap. Now, if you want her to be president, why did you reveal the other day that it took Hillary six months of “very serious work” for her to recover after she banged her head in 2012. Even Karl Rove didn’t say that.

Clinton: Well, why, I don’t know, I guess -

Freud: Not only did you make her seem like a liar for not admitting it, but you added to suspicions she now has chocolate pudding for brains. Now, to continue, why did you say Hillary’s health is a “serious issue?”

Clinton: I was just trying to make the point that health with older candidates for president does come up.

Freud: Why were you trying to make that point?

Clinton: Well I don’t know.

Freud: Well I know. Now, why did you also say the other day that “we can’t just tax our way out of” income inequality and that the best way to solve the dilemma is through job creation? You sound like a Republican.

Clinton: Well it’s the truth.

Freud: Since when is the truth relevant to getting Hillary elected?

Clinton: Man, you’re better than Carville.

Freud: He is also a patient of mine. We’ve had no success. To continue, why did you ruin her chances in 2008 in the South Carolina primary by comparing Obama to Jesse Jackson and injecting the race issue?

Clinton: Well that was a dumb accident, of course.

Freud: Nothing is dumb. And nothing is an accident. You knew better than to bring up race. Is it not true that you wanted to be president all your life?

Clinton: Yes

Freud: And that now the the person who is the major figure in your life, who for so long was second banana – that’s clinical term – the person who was the understudy, who marveled at you despite your cheating, will eclipse you. Now you are in danger of becoming nothing compared to her greatness should she achieve more than you as president, which wouldn’t be difficult. She’s already been senator and Secretary of State while your warmup act for president was governor of – what’s the state?

Clinton: Arkansas

Freud: Yes, that’s the one. And now she could be president and so you’re subconsciously undermining her aren’t you?

Clinton: No!

Freud: You resent her and you don’t want her to be president!

Clinton: No!

Freud: Yes!

Clinton: No!

Freud: Yes!

Clinton: OH MH GOD, OKAY, YOU’RE RIGHT! I really don’t want her to be president! I’m the great man! I’m the one who was president. She said she was just gonna bake cookies and now it’s all this! I can’t stand it! Wahhh! Wahhhh!

Freud: Mr. President, stop crying.

Clinton: Wahhhh. I need a cinnamon rice cake!

Freud: Well we seem to have made some progress here. Your 40 minutes are up. That will be $500. You can pay Anna on your way out.

Same time next week, Mr. President?

Clinton: Okay, I guess so. Thank you. Wahhh!

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Sadie May 16, 2014 at 11:51 am

Keith: Outstanding! Give the man a *cigar!

*A Groucho Marx funny one, not the Bubba.

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gracepmc May 16, 2014 at 12:07 pm

I can see it. I was really getting into it. Session ended too soon.

Funny Keith. And as with most things, also probably more true than not.

Politicians now, and the Clintons in particular, are beginning to resemble aging stars desperate to retain their youth. They do not “own” themselves like a Ronald Reagan, secure in who he was, independent of office. This is all they have. And the scramble too keep it is not pretty.

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Sadie May 16, 2014 at 12:43 pm

“And the scramble too keep it is not pretty.”

A Norma Desmond moment?

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gracepmc May 16, 2014 at 1:14 pm
gracepmc May 16, 2014 at 1:20 pm

That’s exactly what I was thinking the other day when Drudge posted the B&W pix of Hills and Bradley Chelsea Manning. She does look most scary — Norma Desmond yes, perhaps more Bette Davis in Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte.

Obviously something about that picture just really made me stop.

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Geoff Caldwell May 16, 2014 at 2:05 pm

Speaking of Norma, did anyone in here ever get a chance to see the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical version? I got a rare chance to see it in London in ’94 and it was nothing short of amazing. Still pop in the CD’s from time to time, turn out the lights and just get lost in the era.

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Marcus May 16, 2014 at 12:13 pm

Brilliant. You’ve figured out what makes Billy run.

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srdem65 May 16, 2014 at 12:18 pm

To steal a quote: Bazzinga!

lol. Great comedy.

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James Crawford May 16, 2014 at 12:24 pm

Bill Clinton is afraid that if Hillary runs for President people will once again become cognizant of Jennifer Flower’s (see interview and pictorial in Penthouse magazine) and Paula Jones’ comments (see theaffadavit concerning the destinguishing characteristics) regarding his diminutive endowment. Clinton’s obsession with banning large caliber, long barreled, high capacity assault rifles that can fire dozens of rounds without reloading rather than small caliber, short barreled, single shot Saturday Night Specials that are prone to either misfire or discharge prematurely is obviously symptomatic of his Freudian phobia of firearms.

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CiscoKid May 16, 2014 at 12:41 pm

$500 ? Is that covered by ObamaCare?
Well done MrKoffler, well done.

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Julie Brueckheimer May 16, 2014 at 1:15 pm

ROTFLMAO. Brilliant, Keith.

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Julie Brueckheimer May 16, 2014 at 1:17 pm

Banana? Freud would be pleased.

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lc southern May 16, 2014 at 6:46 pm

Hilarious and probably closer to the truth than even Bill knows!

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suzazq May 17, 2014 at 6:08 pm

i was just telling my mom the same thing this morning. Bill is sabotaging Hillary. thank heavens!

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apr_47 May 17, 2014 at 7:48 pm

Sooo goood!!!

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Dolly M. May 26, 2014 at 8:41 pm

Makes absolutely perfect sense to me.

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