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Hillary Under Fire

Hillary Clinton’s presumed presidential run is popping up all over radar screens and raising red flags everywhere. Imagine what’s in store once she officially announces her decision!

Drudge linked to a great Human Events article (“Don’t Let ‘Moderate’ Hillary Fool You”) written by three women (intimately familiar with the Clintons) who are decidedly against Mrs. Clinton’s Oval Office bid.

They write:

“…Hillary eagerly pounces on her political opponents’ supposed betrayal of their values, but what about her values? Far from walking in the footsteps of the Good Samaritan or ‘Jesus himself,’ Hillary has consistently revealed a personal and political character the core values of which are ruthlessness, unbounding arrogance and endless ambition.

One of us had the surreal experience of being confronted by Hillary — self-declared feminist and champion of ‘women’s rights’ — as she protected her husband Bill against the charge of rape. Another of us worked with the Clintons prior to being sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton, and witnessed her dismissive, contemptuous interactions with others whenever the cameras weren’t present. Our experience of Hillary Clinton as ruthless and vindictive is validated in a newly released book, I’ve Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words,’ by Tom Kuiper.

…Kuiper quotes multi-millionaire Hillary opining that ‘The unfettered free market has been the most radically disruptive force in American life in the last generation.’ It is difficult to discern any moderation in that statement. Or in this response by Hillary to a constituent who expressed concern over being forced into a government-run health-care plan: ‘It’s time to put the common good, the national interest, ahead of individuals.’ Or in this explanation to wealthy donors regarding her support for repealing the Bush tax cuts: ‘Many of you are well enough off that [the] tax cuts may have helped you. We’re saying that for America to get back on track, we’re probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.’

This is going to get very interesting…

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