Pulitzer Prize winner, William Safire wrote: “Americans of all political persuasions are coming to the sad realization that our first lady — a woman of undoubted talents who was a role model for many in her generation — is a congenital liar.”

When the issue of how Hillary turned $1,000 into $99,540 in ten months of trading in the commodities market in 1978 arose during the Clinton Administration, Clinton handlers were quick to dispel suggestions that the trades were risk-free and improperly arranged by an Arkansas lawyer who represents one of the state’s most powerful companies.  The string of winning trades began in October 1978, as Mr. Clinton, then the state’s Attorney General, was leading in polls in the race for Governor. That early case resembles the “pay-to-play” operations currently in place at the Clinton Foundation and during the tenure of Hillary’s term as Secretary of the State. 

The Clintons learned early how to parse and manipulate words to fit their agendas. One classic example is Bill Clinton’s use of the word “is”. When he testified that “there is no improper relationship” with with his near adolescent intern, he claimed later that he was not lying because “is” referred to the present tense. He never said that there “was” no sexual relationship with Monica. At the time, Hillary Clinton aided and abetted her husband’s wrongdoing not only with the intern but with numerous other young women.

When Hillary was asked about how she was able to make so much money so quickly, and without insider assistance from people dependent on her husband’s position as attorney general for the state, and front-runner for the Governorship, she said: “I read the Wall Street Journal.” We agree that Hillary is a congenital cozener. 



Le Bristol Hotel

Paris, France

One of the best joints in town. A long-established and distinguished hotel in one of the city’s most fashionable streets with excellent service. Don’t miss the absolutely top-notch restaurant Epicure. There’s also a spa and indoor roof-top pool.

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