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2017-03-19 12:28:06 AM  
The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls


I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.
 
2017-03-19 02:13:40 AM  

Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.


Your parents with a poor pension still think she made an ugly teenager.
 
2017-03-19 02:17:02 AM  

Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.


They are paying her, but they are also paying for access to her parents.  Just like every other
relative that works for lobbying firms, "think tanks", and other slush fund organizations.  I'm not saying
Chelsea isn't a smart woman, but she is deluding herself if she thinks that her knowledge is the sole
reason she was put into that position.
 
2017-03-19 02:17:06 AM  
cdn.meme.am
 
2017-03-19 02:39:14 AM  

Sugarbombs: Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.

Your parents with a poor pension still think she made an ugly teenager.


as someone who is in her age bracket I can safely say that she was a butterface.
 
2017-03-19 02:55:14 AM  

Representative of the unwashed masses: Sugarbombs: Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.

Your parents with a poor pension still think she made an ugly teenager.

as someone who is in her age bracket I can safely say that she was a butterface.


she is definitely crushed by your rejection.
 
2017-03-19 03:40:37 AM  

quo vadimus: Representative of the unwashed masses: Sugarbombs: Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.

Your parents with a poor pension still think she made an ugly teenager.

as someone who is in her age bracket I can safely say that she was a butterface.

she is definitely crushed by your rejection.


As she should be.
 
2017-03-19 04:01:20 AM  
And eating crackers
 
2017-03-19 04:14:28 AM  

Representative of the unwashed masses: Sugarbombs: Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.

Your parents with a poor pension still think she made an ugly teenager.

as someone who is in her age bracket I can safely say that she was a butterface.


She definitely got the worst from both sides.
 
2017-03-19 08:50:03 AM  
And I thought I was in line for that position.  Must be nice.  These are the people who tell the rest of us how hard we need to work when they get handed fake jobs like this.
 
2017-03-19 09:00:28 AM  

Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.


Eh, rich people never lose.
 
2017-03-19 09:03:03 AM  
seems like this is the kind of person the left rallies against when it comes to being privileged and being born on 3rd base not to mention the wealth she will be left by her parents but shes a democrat so did you hear how trump puts ketchup on steak?
 
2017-03-19 09:29:35 AM  
Her parents were dead broke after leaving the White House and buying a $3 million home. Somehow they pull themselves up by their bootstraps and became multi millionaires within a year. It is only just that the result of their hard work trickles down to their child.
 
2017-03-19 10:24:47 AM  
Could I get one of those jobs? I have decades of experience, multiple graduate degrees, and understand how most things work.

Sigh. Guess I'm not competitive enough. There's a lot of young talent out there I suppose. And she worked really hard and everything.
 
2017-03-19 10:39:47 AM  
Chelsea was ugly as a young teenager, then she had a phase in her early 20s where she was quite pretty.  Now she's a decent looking woman.

/ You could insert almost any girl's name and be correct, now that I think about it.
 
2017-03-19 10:41:19 AM  

Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.


I would love to see the actual, real-world experience of the directors of the top 15 companies in the US. I mean, actual "I had to work with my hands face to face with customers" experience because I guarantee you, less than 1% probably have that. Almost all of them are like this I'm sure.
 
2017-03-19 10:48:17 AM  
I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.
 
2017-03-19 10:50:37 AM  

FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.


She has ZERI real world experience if a business other than what she was handed from the day she turned 18 because of who her parents are. I could have a resume like that too if I was handed it all.
 
2017-03-19 11:55:40 AM  
Up next, Cattle Futures!
 
2017-03-19 12:27:32 PM  

FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia....


Truly, the most impressive degrees around.
 
2017-03-19 12:41:17 PM  

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Representative of the unwashed masses: Sugarbombs: Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.

Your parents with a poor pension still think she made an ugly teenager.

as someone who is in her age bracket I can safely say that she was a butterface.

She definitely got the worst from both sides.


C'mon, sheeple, giver a break... The plastic surgeons did the best they could.
 
2017-03-19 12:54:36 PM  
Chelsea, you and your parents have done more than enough to destroy the Democratic party.

Don't go away mad.

Just go away.
 
2017-03-19 01:28:18 PM  

FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.


Also with impressive degrees:

img.fark.net

There is no need to white-knight adult Chelsea even if the vitriol from the right is truly over the top. At the end of the day she is still "just" another privileged offspring of extremely distinguished and successful parents. Sure, you can point out that she had to put in some work to get to where she is, but don't act like she's somehow different from the Bushes, kids of hedge fund managers, or anyone else born into privilege who landed fancy degrees and positions.
 
2017-03-19 02:07:14 PM  

FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.


If you want to post a list of people not named Clinton that are in their 30's that sit on multiple boards and started their career right out of school with a $600k per year part time job, I'm all ears.

Back in the real world, those degrees would qualify her for a GS-11 civil service job at best, if she was lucky enough to get through without much specialized experience.
 
2017-03-19 02:08:07 PM  
 
2017-03-19 02:23:08 PM  

FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.


do you really think the admissions department looked at her application?
 
2017-03-19 02:43:36 PM  

Giltric: FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.

do you really think the admissions department looked at her application?

And all those professors who just let her slide, right? Obviously, they just gave her multiple degrees for showing up. She undoubtedly paid less than minimum to the overstayed H1B illegals she conspired with who wrote her thesis and dissertation, too. What a farking lazy entitled snowflake.

 
2017-03-19 02:53:30 PM  
People who voted for Donald Trump complaining about a private citizen getting a high-paying job.
 
2017-03-19 03:09:34 PM  

seelorq: Giltric: FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.

do you really think the admissions department looked at her application?

And all those professors who just let her slide, right? Obviously, they just gave her multiple degrees for showing up. She undoubtedly paid less than minimum to the overstayed H1B illegals she conspired with who wrote her thesis and dissertation, too. What a farking lazy entitled snowflake.


getting admitted to a school like that is the hard part.

anyone can learn medicine or law or art or business, its what a person can do with their knowledge that sets them apart. Its a great way to take a less fortunate persons seat though.....a poorer family or one without a network of political connections.  A person who has the potential to actually find a cure for cancer instead of riding the coat tails of name recognition and access from board to board.
 
2017-03-19 03:14:48 PM  

FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.


So what's her experience working as a travel agent?  None?  How about face to face with customers for customer service skills? No?  Perhaps traveling somewhere that she arranged all on her own with her own TA or government dime? Again no?  A degree in underwater basket weaving doesn't make one a neurosurgeon.
 
2017-03-19 03:41:14 PM  

usernameguy: People who voted for Donald Trump complaining about a private citizen getting a high-paying job.


People who claim to be liberal defending a politician selling out the people to their wealthy friends and then being ever so handsomely rewarded.
 
2017-03-19 03:45:03 PM  

BullBearMS: Chelsea, you and your parents have done more than enough to destroy the Democratic party.

Don't go away mad.

Just go away.


Yep, pretty much THIS.
 
2017-03-19 03:56:29 PM  
Show bizness kids...
 
2017-03-19 04:12:22 PM  

JDJoeE: FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.

So what's her experience working as a travel agent?  None?  How about face to face with customers for customer service skills? No?  Perhaps traveling somewhere that she arranged all on her own with her own TA or government dime? Again no?  A degree in underwater basket weaving doesn't make one a neurosurgeon.


Nor does being a brain doc qualify you to be in charge of hud...
 
2017-03-19 05:42:30 PM  

Yankees Team Gynecologist: There is no need to white-knight adult Chelsea even if the vitriol from the right is truly over the top. At the end of the day she is still "just" another privileged offspring of extremely distinguished and successful parents. Sure, you can point out that she had to put in some work to get to where she is, but don't act like she's somehow different from the Bushes, kids of hedge fund managers, or anyone else born into privilege who landed fancy degrees and positions.


Absolutely. This isn't a "bad democrat" problem. Chelsea Clinton is getting a job as a form of bribery to her parents and their friends. if she was the daughter of a propane salesman with these qualifications, she wouldn't have these jobs.

It's going to be fun watching all this get taken away as people realise that Hilary isn't coming back and no-one cares about Chelsea Clinton getting a political job.
 
2017-03-19 06:07:44 PM  
You can have an awkward teenage phase and grow out of it. Here's an example.

Before:
img.fark.net

After:
img.fark.net
 
2017-03-19 06:25:16 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: You can have an awkward teenage phase and grow out of it. Here's an example.

Before:
[img.fark.net image 480x360]

After:
[img.fark.net image 520x340]


www.theamericanmirror.com
Not terrifying but not that great IMO.
 
2017-03-19 06:44:39 PM  

Forbidden Doughnut: BullBearMS: Chelsea, you and your parents have done more than enough to destroy the Democratic party.

Don't go away mad.

Just go away.

Yep, pretty much THIS.


I loved the Clintons, but yeah, there's a shelf life for that name.
 
2017-03-19 08:13:10 PM  
I'm not so concerned about Dr. Clinton's qualifications. You don't have to know much to hold a seat on a board-- just own a lot of shares of the company, or be friendly with somebody who does. The board hires the CEO. If the CEO is competent, the board just goes along for the ride.

I'd rather not see Chelsea, George P., Jenna, Michelle, Sasha, Malia, Ivanka, Barron, et al run for office. We already had one family dynasty in the White House, and Dubya wasn't nearly the statesman his milquetoast father was. A Hillary Clinton administration would probably have had little more traction than Trump's has. The Republicans would still be raging on about her poorly-run Exchange server instead of Democrats trying to use "Russia" as every other word in a sentence.

Yes, Secretary Clinton was the far more competent candidate, but Trump talked to the electorate in an language they could understand-- Fourth Grade English. Now, this man of extravagant means but simple mind is lining his already flush pockets at the expense of the bubbas who voted him in.
 
2017-03-19 08:47:02 PM  
She's totally there on her own merits. Her parents only gave her a "small loan" of wealth, name recognition, influence, and the ability to be a political gatekeeper to themselves.
 
2017-03-20 04:19:08 AM  

Scythed: She's totally there on her own merits. Her parents only gave her a "small loan" of wealth, name recognition, influence, and the ability to be a political gatekeeper to themselves.


shiat, I hate the piece of shiat but all Donald got was a small business loan of 1 million dollars.
 
2017-03-20 04:45:35 AM  
Why is this news, and why should we care?

I mean, if Hilary had won the election, then what Chelsea is doing would be worth scrutiny, but Hilary lost, so I'm wondering why do we care that Chelsea is being placed on the board of another company owned in the same network as one she's already on the board for?
 
2017-03-20 07:57:28 AM  
FTA: "defeated U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton"

Say that again, only slower.
 
2017-03-20 09:35:48 AM  

Summercat: Why is this news, and why should we care?

I mean, if Hilary had won the election, then what Chelsea is doing would be worth scrutiny, but Hilary lost, so I'm wondering why do we care that Chelsea is being placed on the board of another company owned in the same network as one she's already on the board for?


shes building her resume to run for office.

people will look back at these appointments and claim she has experience......at nepotism.  just like the trump family. but the same criticisms wont apply because its different when clintons do it....err democrats do it.
 
2017-03-20 10:15:51 AM  

Mr. Shabooboo: Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.

They are paying her, but they are also paying for access to her parents.  Just like every other
relative that works for lobbying firms, "think tanks", and other slush fund organizations.  I'm not saying
Chelsea isn't a smart woman
, but she is deluding herself if she thinks that her knowledge is the sole
reason she was put into that position.


She is not a smart woman. Just another bribe payout to the family.
 
2017-03-20 10:17:23 AM  

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: Representative of the unwashed masses: Sugarbombs: Dr.Fey: The company is controlled by Barry Diller.
Filings for IAC say Chelsea Clinton is entitled to receive $300,000 in a mix of stock and cash each year for serving as a director.

Chelsea Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls

I'm sure she's competent and all, but seriously?

Republican or Democrat, it must be nice to just get handed shiat.

Your parents with a poor pension still think she made an ugly teenager.

as someone who is in her age bracket I can safely say that she was a butterface.

She definitely got the worst from both sides.


Yeah, Hill and Webster made an ugly baby.
 
2017-03-20 10:20:26 AM  

jayphat: FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.

She has ZERI real world experience if a business other than what she was handed from the day she turned 18 because of who her parents are. I could have a resume like that too if I was handed it all.


I'm sure the Obama girls will all get free Ivy degrees too. Even more because PoC!
 
2017-03-20 10:22:20 AM  

Giltric: FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.

do you really think the admissions department looked at her application?


That's the thing: yes, he actually does. That is the type of person who votes for Hillary.
 
2017-03-20 10:26:45 AM  

Giltric: Summercat: Why is this news, and why should we care?

I mean, if Hilary had won the election, then what Chelsea is doing would be worth scrutiny, but Hilary lost, so I'm wondering why do we care that Chelsea is being placed on the board of another company owned in the same network as one she's already on the board for?

shes building her resume to run for office.

people will look back at these appointments and claim she has experience......at nepotism.  just like the trump family. but the same criticisms wont apply because its different when clintons do it....err democrats do it.


Just like how people are looking at her degrees now and claiming she has competence, when it is also nepotism.
 
2017-03-20 10:49:26 AM  

FormlessOne: I love watching folks talk about her as if she's somehow grifting, clueless about the fact that she's well educated and has 14 years of experience. Multiple degrees - B.A. in history from Stanford, an MPhil and DPhil in international relations from Oxford, and an M.P.H. from Columbia - and a rather impressive career means that, yeah, she's probably over-qualified for the new directorships she's accepted. It's not like she's worked on multiple boards in the past, or taught grad students, or anything - surely, the jobs were just given to her for access to her parents. It's not like she could've gotten them on her own merits, right?

But, I get it - she's a Clinton and despite being wrong over and over about them for 30 years, folks still need to throw shade.


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