POLITICAL: Hillary as President

Thursday, July 10, 2014


Posted on July 3, 2014 by keywestlou

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I continued my reading of HRC. Again, about Hillary but not the book she wrote. The book covers her time as Secretary of State. A most competent person. I would be comfortable with her as President.

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Lou: WRT to hillary, sorry, but she’s … …

1) an incompetent administrator (i.e, how State was organized)

2) she’s either a liar, or was unable to get BHO44 to admit the truth that the video was not the cause (As a liar, she’s unworthy. As an “unable”, she’s ineffective — that’s probably worse.)

3) an she’s dishonest (e.g., the anti-Nixon briefs, Whitewater, “what difference”)

4) she’s in poor health (e.g., all the rumored medical problems some confirmed by Bill and her book)

5) Bill is both a liability and a hazard (i.e., who is in charge)

6) They are some skeletons in the closet like Vince Foster

7) She’s “tone deaf” and out of touch (e.g., “dead broke”)

Sorry I wish her no ill will, unlike Jane Fonda, but I don’t see her as a good choice for the first female President.

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RANT: Let them eat cake

Monday, August 2, 2010


The Clinton Crime Family’s Conspicuous Consumption
Posted by Lew Rockwell on July 31, 2010 10:30 AM

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Before we attend to the poor political judgment of such an extravagant affair during times of economic distress, let us wonder aloud where a poor boy who became governor of Arkansas and president of the United States got such a fortune that he can blow $3,000,000 on a wedding.

The American people did not take up a collection to reward him for his service to them. Where did the money come from? Who was he really serving during his eight years in office?

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I think this emphasizes the difference between the political class and the working class.

Princess Diana won the hearts of the world by championing the land mine and other issues. She could have laid back in her antiseptic world and talked. But we saw her in hot ‘n’ dirty places, doing the heavy lifting of “using her celebrity”. You could almost hear her saying “You want my pic; here take it with these suffering people.” You could almost see her sweating as she visited with sick children. She dragged the world’s obsession with her into focus on the wretchedness of the victims. She may have been royalty, but she was “working class”.

Compare it to the “royal wedding” of the Clintons!

Sorry, but it doesn’t even come close. Where is the Clinton mystique used for the benefit of the people? Ever seen Chelsea anywhere?

So, sorry, it like Marie Antoinette.

And, like the French aristocracy, they too may someday visit with the Doc G!

They are certainly not enhancing their popularity with the working class.

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