Republicans are saying Hillary has no accomplishments but I say she has quite a few. Going back to her time on the Democrat Watergate committee she had such a stellar record she was fired for dishonesty and writing false briefs. Her boss, even refused to write her a letter of recommendation. Then there’s White Water investment scams and the Rose law firm billing records that disappeared and reappeared after the statute of limitation was a few days past. The money grubbing continued for the whole time Bill was in office until the last day when they tried to make off with White House articles that, rightly, belonged to the American people. They were forced to give them back.
Then, fast forward until she is Secretary of State. Her greatest accomplishment is … Uh, she did travel a lot at taxpayer expense. Actually, that is her only accomplishment. The money grubbing reaches new heights with the exorbitant fees Bill charges for speeches that, mysteriously, doubled or tripled when Hillary became Secretary.
Donations poured into the Clinton Foundation at an ever increasing rate with her announced candidacy for the presidency. Despite an agreement with the Obama White House saying they would not accept donations from foreign governments, millions of dollars were accepted from Middle Eastern countries, some with favorable treatment from the Department of State while she was still Secretary.
Next, came her, alleged, refusal to sign the exit form that all governmental employees are required to sign. At the same time, we learn that she had her own server for all her and several staff members’ emails, thus avoiding any pesky oversight. When confronted with the fact the emails, properly, belonged to the State Department, she announced she had deleted some thirty thousand “private” emails that she claims were personal. Who was the arbtrar of what was personal and what was business? Why, Hillary, of course. She has such a record of honesty, transparency and integrity, how can anyone doubt her?
Knowing all this, one wonders why Democrats continue to support her in such large numbers. Could it be they are petrified she will lose and there is no one to replace her. She is like the six hundred pound gorilla in the kitchen. There’s no room for anything else.
In my many years I have come to a
conclusion that one useless man
is a shame, two is a law firm,
and three or more is a congress.
— John Adams