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The Guild 6-5-2003 Need to vent about Hillary's book - This is the place
SFGate ^ | 6-4-2003 | CALVIN WOODWARD and SIOBHAN McDONOUGH

Posted on 06/05/2003 3:53:29 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty

Edited on 04/13/2004 2:42:41 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]

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To: mountaineer
Buddy the dog was the only member of the family who would have anything to do with the president for days, maybe weeks,

Poor Buddy. I wonder what kind of things the pervert made him do? I think poor Buddy is in a better place now.

101 posted on 06/07/2003 9:27:30 AM PDT by Teacup (Bush, Leadership, Morality, Integrity)
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To: Teacup
The witching hour, how appropriate.
102 posted on 06/07/2003 9:27:33 AM PDT by pubmom
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To: mountaineer
This is too funny!!

From Pruden:

But Bill Clinton is unembarrassable. He was vaccinated against shame and humiliation back in Hot Springs, a long time ago. Sooner rather than later, and that means '04, Ma Clinton will feel a draft, and put on the pants. Which is only right. Pa is more comfortable without 'em.

LOL!!

103 posted on 06/07/2003 9:31:37 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: Teacup
So if anyone wants to get her book, they better line up, HUH?????

They must be talking to the media types!

104 posted on 06/07/2003 9:33:18 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: pubmom
The witching hour
Maybe that's when all her friends can come out to play.

Senator Hillary Clinton confides in her book that she was "dumbfounded, heartbroken and outraged" when she learned of her husband's affair with Monica Lewinsky.

LIAR!!!!!!

Former President Bill Clinton gestures as he addresses the graduates of Milton Academy in Milton, Mass., Friday, June 6, 2003, during graduation exercises. Clinton told graduates at school that he was disappointed at how Americans reacted when France opposed the war in Iraq.

Who cares what you think!

105 posted on 06/07/2003 9:34:53 AM PDT by Teacup (Bush, Leadership, Morality, Integrity)
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To: mountaineer
Former President Bill Clinton (news - web sites) gestures as he addresses the graduates of Milton Academy in Milton, Mass., Friday, June 6, 2003, during graduation exercises. Clinton told graduates at school that he was disappointed at how Americans reacted when France opposed the war in Iraq (news - web sites). (AP Photo/Jim Rogash)

Well then we're even you slimey scum, we're still disappointed you and your hell hound wife won't go away!!

106 posted on 06/07/2003 9:40:36 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: BigWaveBetty
I don't know anyone out here who would want to line up at midnight to buy her book.

I'm going out to buy two books of greater interest. The first one is from J.R. the guy who hosts WWE RAW on Monday nights. He put out a great cook book. I hear it has some awsome bar b qu recipes in it. He's from Oklahoma and has some fine food ideas.

The second book coming out this week is the book by Mancow. He wrote a book about how he dealed with the death of his father.

I guess I'm into more non-fiction than fiction. Hillary's book is pure fairy tales. OOPs, I mean wicthy tales.

107 posted on 06/07/2003 9:40:41 AM PDT by Teacup (Bush, Leadership, Morality, Integrity)
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To: BigWaveBetty
So let me get this straight. Clinton is disappointed we didn't support the French but we supported Bush? So who are we suppose to support? The French? The socialist? Or our President and military? Makes alot of sense to me. I think Bubba has been fooling around with that nose candy again.
108 posted on 06/07/2003 9:44:34 AM PDT by Teacup (Bush, Leadership, Morality, Integrity)
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To: Teacup
After Babs show on Monday hill will be on Larry King Alive Tuesday. Do you think they'll be taking calls? ;-)

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Who's gay?!

North Carolina Sen. John Edwards (news, bio, voting record), Democratic presidential hopeful,
waves to supporters Saturday morning, June 7, 2003, prior to his Town Hall meeting at Artspace in downtown Raleigh, N.C. (AP Photo/Karen Tam)

(not that there's anything wrong with that) :-)

109 posted on 06/07/2003 9:47:38 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: Teacup
Clinton's just miffed over that whole silly "freedom fries" thing, considering the way he's developed his buff physique on a 100 percent French fry diet.
110 posted on 06/07/2003 9:49:09 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: All
This poor bugger happened into a dressing room hillary is occupying.


111 posted on 06/07/2003 9:55:35 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: BigWaveBetty
Babs show on Monday. Then on Larry King Alive Tuesday.

I hope we're having a live thread for these shows, LOL!

112 posted on 06/07/2003 10:04:04 AM PDT by Teacup (Bush, Leadership, Morality, Integrity)
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To: mountaineer
I guess he likes his French Fries better than freedom fries. That figures.
113 posted on 06/07/2003 10:05:14 AM PDT by Teacup (Bush, Leadership, Morality, Integrity)
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To: BigWaveBetty
LOL!

Fox's media reporter, Bill McCutty, was just informed (live, on air, by Tony Snow) that it's confirmed: Sharon Stone will play Hillary in the upcoming movie.

McCutty was stunned, said "How much did Hillary pay to have THAT happen?". Then he mumbled, "If his wife looked like Sharon Stone, I'm not sure he would have strayed all those times".

Ha Ha Ha!
114 posted on 06/07/2003 10:05:52 AM PDT by Timeout (Always remember.....)
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To: Timeout
I recall rumors that Slick and Sharon Stone were an item. Something about him getting smuggled out of the White House and into a Washington hotel where she happened to be staying.
115 posted on 06/07/2003 10:09:42 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
Wasn't that from the book by Gary ____? (the former FBI agent). And, yes, I think it was Sharon Stone.

__________________________

I've been poking around and found another article that just doesn't add up with what Hillary's now saying:

Washington Post
Kevin Merida
August 19,1998 (The toon testified on August 17th)

[snippet] Once again Hillary Clinton finds herself in this familiar place – the woman scorned, a public figure under the national spotlight being dissected like a lab frog.

"People are sort of impressed when they call, that she's doing well," says a White House official who is close to her. "They say she sets an example for the rest of us in tough times."

But what is that example? We can draw some tentative conclusions from her actions of the past 72 hours, though in some respects those actions only deepen the mystery about her inner core. She accompanied her husband to church on Sunday, holding his hand, smiling. [trying to fool us again] She invited Jesse Jackson over to the residence that night, saying 18-year-old Chelsea wanted to talk. Jackson prayed with mother and daughter and later desribed the first lady as pained and humiliated, but not shocked by her husband's latest sexcapade.

She was not by the president's side for his televised confession Monday night, as she was for his vague admission of infidelity on "60 Minutes" during the 1992 campaign. But she did help write his speech and participated in strategy meetings preparing him for his grand jury testimony.[I thought they weren't speaking!]

It's not clear when Hillary Clinton first suspected her husband was sneaking around with an intern half her age, but her spokeswoman Marsha Berry said yesterday that the first lady learned only this past weekend that her husband would testify to having an inappropriate relationship. [Note, in this early version, she learned he would TESTIFY, not that "he had lied to her". And if it had happened the way Hill put it, then the early leaks would prolly have said "When he told her...."]

As the Clintons departed yesterday for a 10-day vacation on Martha's Vineyard, they presented a wholesome family tableau. Walking across the South Lawn toward the helicopter, Chelsea held hands with her parents, dog Buddy trotting alongside.

Just as she has done in other times of turmoil, Mrs. Clinton portrayed herself yesterday as the loyal, protective partner. Through Berry, she conveyed that she loves her husband, is committed to their marriage and forgives him. [This is two days after his supposed "confession". Today she says she couldn't forgive him for a long, long time.]

So commonplace, this ritual. [Was the reporter referring to Clinton revisionism?]

My guess: There are a BUNCH of reporters like Merida out there tearing through their old notes, preparing a story once the book comes out. This might actually be fun!
116 posted on 06/07/2003 10:25:40 AM PDT by Timeout (Always remember.....)
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To: Timeout
It will be interesting if all those sympathetic reporters who wrote stuff like that about Hillary in August, 1998 - trying to show what a noble trouper she was - now will dare to contradict her teary, gasping for air 2003 account of those days.
117 posted on 06/07/2003 12:37:25 PM PDT by mountaineer
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To: *The GUILD
Thanks for all the great comments and information today - today's been spent trying to trade vehicles.

Does anything suck worse than buying a new rig?

Cheers all.
118 posted on 06/07/2003 12:38:30 PM PDT by lodwick
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To: Timeout
Gary Aldrich, I believe. Unfettered Access ?
119 posted on 06/07/2003 12:39:52 PM PDT by lodwick
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To: lodwick; Timeout
Gary Aldrich, Unlimited Access.
120 posted on 06/07/2003 1:01:23 PM PDT by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
Thanks for mention of this book. I will look for it when I go to Barnes and Noble next week in my first of many escapades to move the Shrills book to the fiction section.

Another book I will be buying in the one by the former WH aid,,, military fella, retired. Having a senior momment, just now,,, I'll think of it while I'm at Mass and post the name later.
121 posted on 06/07/2003 2:44:34 PM PDT by Iowa Granny (Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste great with Ketchup)
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To: Iowa Granny
MoDowd reveals in her latest column that the Bushies call John Edwards

"The Breck Girl".

LOLOLOLOLOLOL!
122 posted on 06/07/2003 3:39:17 PM PDT by Timeout (Always remember.....)
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It really hurts me to put this up, but here goes:

What did they do to her teeth??? Looks like they used the same guy who airbrushed Gore's...um...package.

123 posted on 06/07/2003 4:11:42 PM PDT by Timeout (Always remember.....)
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To: Timeout
She sure aged a lot from the book cover to the cover of Time. My gosh, her face even changed shape!


124 posted on 06/07/2003 4:56:13 PM PDT by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Just because a house fell on your sister doesn't mean that you have to take it out on me.)
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To: habs4ever; BigWaveBetty
HOLD THE BUS!!!! I bet that the book photo and Time photo are from the same photo session!!! Same turtleneck and same earrings!!!!

125 posted on 06/07/2003 4:59:25 PM PDT by Hillary's Lovely Legs (Just because a house fell on your sister doesn't mean that you have to take it out on me.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
So.....either Hillary's people "supplied" Time with its cover shot or Time shot the cover for her publisher.

Sounds like something Howell Raines would do.
126 posted on 06/07/2003 5:20:47 PM PDT by Timeout (Always remember.....)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Good catch! Don't you love her ageless hands, as well...just like a teenage girl's.Time Mag is about as hard hitting as a copy of Us.
127 posted on 06/07/2003 5:22:13 PM PDT by habs4ever
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Ahaaa! BINGO!!
128 posted on 06/07/2003 9:03:56 PM PDT by MaeWest
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Ouch, someone over at Time doesn't like hilly very much.

Good news for Sandra Bullock.

Actress Sandra Bullock won a permanent injunction Friday forbidding any contact by a Michigan man who allegedly harassed her with voicemail, faxes and phone calls.

Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon signed the order after Thomas James Weldon, 34, failed to appear for a hearing.

Bullock did not come to court. Her lawyer, Ed McPherson, told reporters that Weldon had been stalking the actress for 18 months but she has never seen him.

No criminal charges were filed against him and McPherson said none were sought.

"We just wanted our client protected," he said.

He said that Weldon, who is from Michigan but is "fairly transient," has a history of psychiatric problems.

"Hopefully he will get some help and not fixate on Ms. Bullock," McPherson said.

Bullock had obtained a temporary restraining order earlier. The current injunction is in effect for three years.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/news/archive/2003/06/06/state1733EDT0118.DTL

This story give me an idea. Can we file a class action restraining order on the clintons? Restraining them from all radio, tv, newspapers, books and magazines. And they can only go out in public between the hours of 1am and 4am. :-)



129 posted on 06/08/2003 7:55:42 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: Timeout; All
I was yelling this obivious conclusion to one of the many benefits of liberating Iraq at most of the Sunday shows last week. Most of the Sunday talk was "where are the MWD's?" and barely a mention of President Bush's trip to the M.E. as he was there when these shows were running. And shockingly enough not one mention of this benefit of removing Saddam to help the M.E. situtation.

I swear some of the left have such nerve! How do they look at themselves in the mirror? (oh wait, they probably can't see their reflection.)

Snipping form WSJ:

The U.S. and European left may think the war in Iraq served no useful purpose. But it certainly has changed the politics of the Middle East. For the first time in years, the Palestinian conflict is suddenly moving in the right direction.

President Bush's peace plan may still turn out to be a yellow brick road map. But his trip to the region this week, on the heels of his deposing of Saddam Hussein, scored major concessions. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon promised to dismantle illegal settlements in Palestinian areas, while the new Palestinian leader renounced terrorism against Israel and vowed to end the intifada that Yasser Arafat began in 2000.

The pledges offered by Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas are especially encouraging--in no small part because the language he used to make them was Arabic. Arafat (who was nowhere to be seen, another Bush achievement) was well-known for making conciliatory statements in English but incitements to violence in the language of the Arab street. There is no way his fellow Palestinians can mistake Mr. Abbas's message this time.

Wednesday's meeting could not have happened in the Saddam era, when Palestinian suicide bombers were being bankrolled by the Iraqi regime to kill Israeli civilians. Israelis understand that Saddam's removal has improved their strategic depth, while Palestinians have seen that terror is a dead end. Call it the Iraq War dividend. Another Mideast war benefit is the sudden change of heart by the leaders of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Bahrain. They too met with Mr. Bush this week, calling terrorism a "plague" and vowing to stanch the flow of money to terrorist groups attacking Israel. Hamas and Hezbollah--hitherto honored as the "resistance"--were for the first time included on the terror list.More

130 posted on 06/08/2003 8:25:05 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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Presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry, D- Mass, asks Sandy Mitchell during a campaign stop to please stop talking to his good ear, that can he hear all he needs to know with his non-hearing ear, while mentioning he is a Vietanm Veteran at the home of former N.H. State Sen. Bev Hollingworth, Saturday, June 7, 2003, in Hampton, N.H. (AP Photo/Tim Boyd)tr
131 posted on 06/08/2003 8:34:22 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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Jewish Ultra-Orthodox man walks by a wall plastered with posters displaying U.S President George W. Bush (news - web sites) dressed in military fatigues over a slogan that reads in Hebrew 'excellent soldier' in a street in central Jerusalem Sunday June 8, 2003.(AP photo/Oded Balilty)
132 posted on 06/08/2003 8:37:54 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: Teacup
Have you seen this little guy yet? He's as big as a can of soda.

Linda Skeels-Hopson holds Tiny Pinocchio, who she believes is the world's smallest dog at home Friday, April 11, 2003, in St. Petersburg, Fla. Tiny Pinocchio, a steel blue and tan 1-year-old Yorkshire terrier, tips the scales at an even 1 pound. He is 8 inches long, stands 4.5 inches tall at his shoulder, and fits comfortably in a baseball cap. (AP Photo/St Petersburg Times, Cherie Diez)

133 posted on 06/08/2003 8:46:44 AM PDT by BigWaveBetty
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To: BigWaveBetty
From the look on Tiny Pinoccio's face, HE is not one bit happy about that red heart she put on HIS head.
134 posted on 06/08/2003 9:24:54 AM PDT by Iowa Granny (Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste great with Ketchup)
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To: mountaineer
I wish old baba had asked her how she feels about her husband's attempts at destroying Paula Jones and her right to a fair hearing?
135 posted on 06/08/2003 9:38:35 AM PDT by Endeavor
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To: BigWaveBetty
Thanks, Betty, for posting this!!! Got to my desk this morning, brought up Drudge, and---aghast!--to be hit in the face that early in the moring with a shamelessly air-brused picture of Hillary and all the free TV publicity she's getting over this book-tripe was enough to send me into depession--even on a Sunday morning!

If I ventilated how I REALLY feel about Hillary and her book filled with lies from cover to cover (not to mention hatred for decent people like Bob Dole and Ken Starr) the Admin Moderator would have to delete my post.

How I pray to God this book tanks--worse than Algore and Tipper's. But with ALL this ceaseless PUBLICITY--plus the teaser of finding out how she dealt with the Monica revelations (again, all concocted out of pure fiction--)I'm afraid it's going to sell.

How I pray not.
May everyone reading this thread encourage every relative and acquaintace to boycott this shameless, self-serving, grasping, malicious woman's book.
136 posted on 06/08/2003 10:02:10 AM PDT by Cordova Belle
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To: Cordova Belle
I can't help but think it is going to go down in flames. Who would buy it? A good portion of her followers can't/don't read. The elitist lefty portion of her fans are going to be fearful of looking unsophisticated buying obvious lies. No one wants to be played the fool.
137 posted on 06/08/2003 10:27:55 AM PDT by MaeWest ("........ you can't fool all the people all the time.")
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
The TIME magazine cover says "Hillary in her own words." May we assume, then, that the article will not be quoting from the book which, as we all know, wasn't even remotely close to being written by the 'beaste?
138 posted on 06/08/2003 10:28:28 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: Endeavor
I wish old baba had asked her how she feels about her husband's attempts at destroying Paula Jones and her right to a fair hearing?

I wish ole baba would ask her how she feels about the purtrid example she set for Chels and other young women.

139 posted on 06/08/2003 10:33:45 AM PDT by Iowa Granny (Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste great with Ketchup)
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To: mountaineer; Endeavor; All
Hey folks. Maybe this is a cleaver idea for the afternoon. "Questions we WISH baba would ask Shrill".
140 posted on 06/08/2003 10:34:54 AM PDT by Iowa Granny (Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste great with Ketchup)
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To: Endeavor
You don't think the legal scholar, Hillary, actually has a problem with perjury or obstruction of justice, do you?
141 posted on 06/08/2003 10:39:19 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: Iowa Granny
Given Chelsea's rather slutty behavior of late, I'd say she learned her lessons well from dear ol' dad.
142 posted on 06/08/2003 10:42:11 AM PDT by mountaineer
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ACK! PTUI! Gag alert:

The author's life did not start with Bill Clinton, and neither does the book. Clinton begins with her own childhood in the Chicago suburbs, where her hardworking yet abrasive father, Hugh Rodham, taught her to fire a gun, and her mother, Dorothy, was a dutiful housewife. A fear of poverty shaped much of their lives, so much so that even in the lap of White House luxury, Clinton says she dutifully wrapped leftovers to ensure nothing went to waste.

.... Several years later, while studying law at Yale, she met the only man who could make her laugh, who in time would bring her more sadness than she said she had ever felt. "One of the first things I noticed about Bill was the shape of his hands," Clinton writes. "His wrists are narrow and his fingers tapered and deft, like those of a pianist or a surgeon. When we first met as students, I loved watching him turn the pages of a book. Now his hands are showing signs of age after thousands of handshakes and golf swings and miles of signatures. They are, like their owner, weathered but still expressive, attractive and resilient." source

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Considering she hardly knows where those hands have been (or on whom), rather strange things to say, don't you think?

143 posted on 06/08/2003 10:46:49 AM PDT by mountaineer
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.... In a Q&A session, the New York senator told TIME, "I can certainly forgive Ken Starr as a person, but I don't think any of us should forget the misuse of the legal system and the subversion of the Constitution that he was part of, because those are lessons we need to learn."[Um, Hillary, you and your beloved misused the legal system and subverted the Constitution, not Ken Starr]

Regarding the Bush Administration and the Republican Party, Clinton said many of their policies are quite radical and that they are attempting to dismantle the federal government. [Time for a history lesson for the witch: our founding fathers strove mightily for a limited federal government, not the oppressive, confiscatory behemoth she and x42 aspired to create and maintain. Radical? Hardly.] source

144 posted on 06/08/2003 10:53:12 AM PDT by mountaineer
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To: Iowa Granny
Questions we WISH baba would ask Shrill"

"Mrs. Clinton, was there a reason you didn't write about the time you tried to join the Marines, but they belittled you as a woman and turned you away?"

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

145 posted on 06/08/2003 11:03:58 AM PDT by Timeout (Always remember.....)
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To: MaeWest
I pray you are correct. But I fear there are thousands of Hillary fans who will buy the book just to know in their heart-of-hearts that they did their part to make this trash a success. Inexplicably, Hillary has die-hard followers (like Jesse Jackson and Louis Farakan). Hard to imagine, isn't it?
146 posted on 06/08/2003 11:14:19 AM PDT by Cordova Belle
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To: Timeout
Questions I would have asked Hillary, if I had been Barbara Walters:

1. Isn't it true, Mrs. Clinton, that YOU are the one who hired Craig Livingstone?

2. Could you explain--and this time, make it something we can believe--how it was you turned $1,000 in cattle futures into $100,000 over night? Would you and Martha Stewart get along in adjoining cells?

3. Why did you leave your loyal friend Maggie Williams twisting slowly in the wind?

4. What the REAL reason you fired Billy Dale and the restof the loyal White House travel office staff?

5. Did you ever reimburse the White House for the price of that lamp you threw at Bill and smashed against a wall (according to Secret Service accounts)?

6. What was REALLY going through your mind while you staged the romantic/fake dance with Bill on the beach?

7. Where were the Rose law firm records all that time?

8. Were you the one who put them out on the table in the upstairs library? And if so, why?

9. What was in the personal papers that your cohorts took out of Vince Foster's office immediately after his murder, but before the authorities were allowed to enter? and why were they locked out until the paper-rifling was done?

10. Who ordered his death--you or Bill?

11. Does the power you enjoy now REALLY compensate you for having lived with a lying, traitorous rapist all these years?

12. and lastly, Mrs. Clinton, how DO you sleep at night?



147 posted on 06/08/2003 11:24:05 AM PDT by Cordova Belle
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To: Iowa Granny; ohioWfan; Miss Marple
See #147, for starters!

Anyone else have a few??? ;-)
148 posted on 06/08/2003 11:25:55 AM PDT by Cordova Belle
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To: Cordova Belle
I heard one of the TV commentators quoting from Hillary's version of events, and I was struck by this phrasing:

"As a wife, I wanted to wring his neck".

Isn't that an odd way to express it? "As a wife". Does that sound to you like some OTHER person wrote that sentence?
149 posted on 06/08/2003 11:51:30 AM PDT by Timeout (Always remember.....)
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To: mountaineer
Yes.
150 posted on 06/08/2003 1:45:04 PM PDT by Endeavor
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