That's the fear.
You know, between Hillary/Huma and Mr. Hussein Obama, they own 2/3rds of the Democrat candidates.
You realize that politics really does make strange bedfellows when you find yourself pulling for an ambulance chaser like John Edwards as the least of the evils.
Sort of falls into the "ignorance is bliss" pile.
Yet, hillary doesn't care about islam any more than she cares abouty bill. she'd only court them to get her power fix...and then what?
I havent' read -- really can't begin to digest -- all these details. But at a glance, I have to wonder, WTF is an american presidential candidate doing hanging out with someone so steeped in islam? It's beyond weird...
President Clinton’s visit to India
President Clinton’s visit to India
March 20, 2000
March 25, 2000
Clinton brings along a powerful team
Josy Joseph in New Delhi
The official delegation accompanying United States President Bill Clinton on his five-day visit to India is a virtual who’s who of the world’s most powerful democracy, and includes his secretaries of state and commerce, besides his daughter Chelsea and mother-in-law Dorothy Rodham.
According to the list released by the White House, the group also comprises well-known pro-India campaigners on Capitol Hill and the American ambassador in New Delhi.
THE OFFICIAL DELEGATION:
Chelsea Clinton, his daughter
Dorothy Rodham, his mother-in-law
Richard Celeste, US ambassador to India
Madeleine Albright, secretary of state
William Daley, secretary of commerce
John Podesta, chief of staff to the President
Representative Gary Ackerman
Representative Jim McDermott
Representative Frank Pallone
Representative Nita Lowey
Representative Jim Greenwood
Representative Edward Royce
Representative Sheila Jackson Lee
Representative Janice Schakowsky
Samuel Berger, assistant to the President for national security affairs
Bruce Lindsey, assistant to the President and deputy counsel to the President
Joseph Lockhart, assistant to the President and press secretary
Sean Maloney, assistant to the President and staff secretary
Connie Mariano, physician to the President
Karen Tramontano, assistant to the President and counsellor to the chief of staff
Strobe Talbott, deputy secretary of state
Susan Esserman, deputy United States trade representative
Brady Anderson, administrator, Agency for International Development
Elaine Shocas, chief of staff to the secretary of state
Ernest Moniz, undersecretary of energy
Mary Mel French, chief of protocol
Osman Siddique, US ambassador to Fiji
Karl Inderfurth, assistant secretary of state for South Asian affairs
James Steinberg, deputy assistant to the President for national security affairs
Lieutenant General Donald Kerrick, senior military adviser to the secretary of state
Barbara Ann Rudolph, chief of staff to the administrator, US Agency for International Development
Bruce Riedel, special assistant to the President and senior director for Near East and South Asian affairs, National Security Council
Islam Siddiqui, senior trade adviser, Department of Agriculture
Jennifer Palmieri, deputy assistant to the President and deputy press secretary
Jake Siewert, deputy assistant to the President and deputy press secretary
Sam Afridi, special assistant to the President and presidential speechwriter
Brian Alcorn, special assistant to the President and deputy director of advance
Nanda Chitre, special assistant to the President and assistant press secretary
Julie Eddy, special assistant to the President and deputy director of presidential scheduling
Kirk Hanlin, special assistant to the President and trip director
Stephen Lamb, special assistant to the President and deputy director of presidential scheduling
Tomasz Malinowski, special assistant to the President and senior director for foreign policy, National Security Council
David Halperin, special assistant to the President, National Security Council
Richard Samans, special assistant to the President for international economic policy
Christine Stanek, special assistant to the President and chief of staff for public liaison
Joel Wiginton, special assistant to the President for legislative affairs
Ian Bowles, senior director, Environmental Affairs, Council on Environmental Quality/National Security Council
Suzanne George, deputy chief of staff to the secretary of state
James Doyle, deputy chief of staff, Department of Commerce
Mark Bernstein, director of press pool operations
Donald Camp, director, Near East and South Asian affairs, National Security Council
Cynthia Gire, director for strategic planning and advance, National Security Council
Michael Hammer, assistant press secretary for foreign affairs and director for public affairs, National Security Council
Paul Orzulak, director for speechwriting, National Security Council
Huma Abedin, special assistant to the First Lady
Karen Burchard, deputy director of press advance
Sheba Crocker, executive assistant to the deputy assistant to the President for national security affairs
Betty Currie, personal secretary to the President
Jenni Engebretsen, assistant to the press secretary
Kris Engskov, President’s aide
Cynthia Hogle, protocol gifts officer
Lindsey Huff, associate director for communications, National Security Council
Laura Marcus, senior adviser to the chief of staff
Elizabeth Newman, assistant press secretary
Sean O’Shea, special assistant to the cabinet secretary
"Mystery woman" in sunglasses?
So what’s cooking guys? Clinton appears to ask his minders in Bombay as Maharashtra’s ruling trinity — Governor P C Alexander, Chief Minister Deshmukh and Deputy Chief Minister Chhagan Bhujbal — await the next item on the agenda.
Photograph: Jewella C Miranda
Hmm, kinda makes you wonder why Billy Boy pardoned those terrorists...maybe to PLEASE Hillary and her lady friend.