Interesting, Bill is usually pretty politically savy but he's kicking a stinkball on this one. Drop it. Drop it now. It's a can't win argument. No working person is going to buy it, rather, they will resent it, no matter what technicalities he tries to sell. To have the gall to try to make the argument is in itself proof that you are hopelessly out of touch and firmly entrenched in the 1%.
Taxpayers will spend $944,000 to support Bill Clinton's lifestyle in 2014 as he claims he and Hillary are not 'out of touch' because they 'talk to people in our town' "Former President Bill Clinton and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, are worth between $10 and $50 million, according to their financial disclosure forms but taxpayers will still pony up nearly $1 million this year to fund their post-White House lifestyle.
Like the three other living former presidents, Jimmy Carter and the two George Bushes, Clinton receives a $201,000 annual pension. But that just scratches the surface of the government benefits he shares with his wife Hillary.
The total for 2014 also includes $157,000 for staff salaries and benefits, $414,000 for office space and $9,000 for phone bills.
In all, The Washington Post first reported, taxpayers are providing Clinton with $944,000 in post-presidential pay and benefits.
That tab was $1.28 million in 2002, the year after he left office, according to a Congressional Research Service report cited by the Post and the Washington Free Beacon..............."
Hillary is damaged goods, a known liar who can’t be trusted who is a Muzzie sympathizer that runs around with a gal who is heavily connected to the Muslim Brotherhood plus all the other baggage she carries around. Sorry Ms. Clinton but we’re not buying that you’re the grandmotherly type; more like Lizzie Borden type with a little Norman Bates thrown in for good measure but all grown up.
Who say Bill wants the Mrs to win? I’ve always felt he enjoyed winning where the old battleaxe can’t.
Which must be why they had to borrow White House flatware, dishes, and priceless art to furbish their new mansion.