Skip to comments.THE REAL HILLARY CLINTON: Episode #22 - The Wind Up, Here Comes the Pitch
Posted on 01/09/2003 10:36:44 PM PST by doug from upland
The following link will take you to episode #20 and links to 1-19:
#20 - Childish Behavior at the President's Historic Speech
#21 - Why Cops and Firemen Hate Hillary
NOTE: the survival of our Republic is threatened by two things -- fundamentalist Islamic terrorists and Hillary Rodham Clinton. President Bush is leading the fight against the terrorists. It is up to those of us who know the real Hillary Clinton to lead the fight against her. We must shine the light of truth on this dangerous woman so that all Americans may know the real Hillary.
#22 in the continuing series.
Some may say that this episode is just trivial. Well, say that if you like. As we have learned, the occupancy of the White House by a sociopath was not good for our country. More people have fortunately come to the conclusion that character really does matter. It is important to have someone in the White House who maintains control and stays composed. After all, a president faces enormous challenges. He never really gets to completely rest, because the safety of this nation is in his hands. He must maintain his demeanor.
We know, of course, that the marriage of Bill and Hillary is a sham. It is really a business relationship. Our framers really didn't consider a dysfunctional family occupying the Oval Office. Had Bill Clinton tried to get a security clearance, he would have been denied. And what about his wife? She was never given a background check. She was not elected at the time. Yet, she had access to top secret information.
Stability of the first couple really is an important matter. The nation and the world is watching. Dysfunctional is not a good adjective.
Author Christopher P. Andersen gives a glimpse of a first lady out of control in his book, "Bill and Hillary: The Marriage." ---
"They had been in the White House only a matter of weeks when Hillary, in yet another fit of rage, was shrieking at her husband as a Secret Service agent observed them from the hallway. The agent saw Hillary pick up the lamp and throw it at the President. He ducked, and the lamp went crashing to the floor. Undeterred, Hillary continued screaming into her husband's beet-red face.
White House spinners, of course, swung into action and a White House source said that the lamp was in the family quarters, belonged to the Clintons and "wasn't a priceless antique, or anything like that."
I don't believe we are ever going to read stories that Laura threw lamps at George, punched him in the face, made the Secret Service worried about the safety of our chief executive, or swore at him like a sailor in a fit of rage. This first family is not dysfunctional. They indeed maintain the dignity that is expected of the head of state and his spouse.
The world has been watching. The New York Times summed up the then-prevalent view of Hillary as "a lamp-throwing Delilah, emasculating her weak husband." Duh.
Hillary had an interview with Barbara Walters in 1996 and what was said was so Hillaryesque. "I mean, you know I have a pretty good arm. If I'd thrown a lamp at somebody, I think you would have known about it." That's parsing of words and a non-denial denial. So typical. Neither Clinton can ever admit to what they have done. The first, second, third, and last instinct is to lie. They will do it every time. Count on it.
We will be getting on to more serious criminal activity in future episodes, but the character of Hillary, while not as degenerate as her husband, is certainly a concern. The commander in chief needs to be trusted by our allies and feared by our enemies. He our she needs to be even tempered and cool when facing a crisis. Let us pray that we never hear what would be the scariest five words in the English language: Commander in Chief Hillary Clinton.
As we have learned, the occupancy of the White House by SOCIOPATHS was not good for our country.
Leave it to Lawyers to find a Loophole in the Constitution!
Bill & Hillary - Hillary & Bill
Hip hip hooray for the Third Way
Great analysis and example!!
"You know", a lie is best when it contains some truth.
That may be the secret to Hillary's ability to do the Non-Denial side step. Truth is a powerful shield, for the both the Evil-Doers and the Good.
Hillary Rodham Clinton seems just a bit too wise in regards to these matters, don't you think?
That's why lawyers don't get my respect. They might as well be government prostitutes selling out this Country to the enemy for sheer commerce purposes.
Heaven will see to it.
Dontcha mean Commander in Queef? (if ya don't know what it is, look it up, because it's too disgustingly embarassing for me to define for you, yet it's just the definition to fit HER)
Hail To The Queef...
"The attorney is an Officer of the Court. His first duty is to the courts and the public, not to his client..." 7 Corpus Juris Secundum Sec. 4, pg. 802
Second, according to former U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger, who as a guest speaker, at an American Bar Association dinner in New York in 1978 stated:
"Ninety percent of all trial attorneys in this country are incompetent."
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