This old school photo is an instant favorite. Check out a younger Huma in the background with what appears to be Weiner’s fro. Happy Monday, PDers!

Word from our bad news bears says that the UN picked winners of Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood, enjoyed roasting marshmallows over the burning remains of eighty plus Christian churches this weekend, while 31 died in Bolivian prison riots—but hey, let’s talk about Hillary 2016! Are you ready?

Despite the fact that it’s only 2014 2013, forty-seven thousand of the twenty million Hillary PACs have decided that now is the time to convince the masses that President Hillary is a foregone conclusion, by rooting out any “weak” points.

Sure the main “weak” point of last week was the funding mismanagement of the Clinton Foundation (apparently too much cash was siphoned off for flights and a rack or two of pantsuits). This week, the Clinton powers that be want to spit shine Benghazi away.Too true.

While the mother of slain United States Foreign Service Intel Officer Sean Smith, Pat Smith, is a lost cause when it comes to pulling the lever for Mrs. Clinton—-“She lied to my face. I want the whole world to know that she lied to my face. You don’t want this person to be president.”—–Cambodia Kerry and his fone stocks have cleared the roadside debris by reinstating over the weekend the four State Department employees placed on temporary administrative leave by Clinton.

Which quote are we looking at this week? Well, you’ll recall that Clinton’s testimony on Benghazi was a skoosh delayed due to a bad case of the Benghazi flu, which is similar to  Qaddafi’s Revenge minus the hours cataloged in the bathroom, so it was already the end of January when she finally donned her hunter green scoop neck jacket and went to Congress.

It will take a hell of a lot of ice cream to get the nation to forget.“With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night decided to go kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make?”

The best part of her testimony though isn’t the above gem per say, but rather how she immediately contradicted herself after with, “It is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again.”

Someone’s talking points got a bit shuffled up.