Things I Did Not Know About Hillary Clinton

Scraped from WolfPangloss:

Hillary’s main extra-curricular activity in law school was helping the Black Panthers, on trial in Connecticut for torturing and killing a federal agent.


Hillary interned with Bob Truehaft…Truehaft was the Communist Party’s lawyer, and also a lawyer for the Black Panthers, but can’t confirm he was head of the CP.


She flunked the DC bar exam and only passed the Arkansas bar. She had no job offers in Arkansas and only got hired by the University of Arkansas Law School at Fayetteville because Bill was already teaching there. She only joined the prestigious Rose Law Firm after Bill became Attorney General and made partner only after he was elected Governor.


She wrote her senior thesis on a great radical organizer of poor people, Saul Alinsky of Chicago. Though when she was offered a job by Alinsky, after she wrote about him, and she turned him down—because she didn’t think he was effective enough.


She hasn’t changed much since then. Back then she wanted to force radical communistic changes on the United States, today she does too. Back then she strove for naked political power, now she does the same thing. Back then she believed in ever larger government programs and more taxation, and she believes the same thing now.

I can’t imagine under what circumstances I would ever vote for her.


5 Responses

  1. Her husband reduced welfare, got rid of over 100 thousand federal jobs, put 100 thousand cops on the street, let people choose public schools, created magnet schools to operate outside the public school rules, bombed another nation without anyone’s permission, reduced trade barriers around the world, stimulated the bond market. Her parents were republican. I think she knows what works and that only Ron Paul is more conservative than the Clintons. When she was young she was probably an idiot, like judge Bork and Reagan, who were also fools in their youth.

  2. “her husband…”

    She is not he.

    “…put 100 thousand cops ”

    A completely wasteful program and a stomping on federalism. It was only done so it could be used for election propaganda.

    “…let people choose public schools…”

    Again, it is not really anything the Federal government is supposed to be involved with.

    “…reduced trade barriers around the world…”

    You over state a bit, but his stance was good. I am not sure her is the same.

    “I think she knows what works…”


    “…and that only Ron Paul…”

    Ron Paul is a nut job.

    “When she was young she was probably an idiot”

    As a law school graduate should would have been 25 or so. Nothing in her views has really changed since then. She most likely is more politically astute though.

    I can’t imagine voting for her.

    It is funny you mentioned Ron Paul. If he was her opponent, I would vote for her – because he is a nutjob. And that is the only scenario.

  3. At least she cares for the thousands of Americans who have no sufficient form of health care due the republican system that is oppressing American health in this country.

    better than Bush, I’d say.

  4. Lillian,the US health care system evolved out of the wage and price control that began during ww2 (wages were frozen, not benefits)…to call it the “republican system” is ignorant.

    I think it a private mandate system would work best.

    That being said, there are many options out their for folks. Most people who claim they cannot afford health care really mean they value it so little, there is almost nothing else they would rather spend their money on.

    Recently, I lost my job. I did not want to make the CORBA payments, nor did did I want to take on all of the health care risk (in case I am hit by a bus or something). The low-cost health care option I am using is a low-cost high deductible insurance policy (insurance, not pre-paid health care) from Humana (a little over $60 per month). I plan to use a Walgreens walk-in clinic for most of my health care needs – Nurse Practitioners / Physician Assistants do 90% of what a primary care doc can do but alot cheaper! A family policy would cost more but not much.

    If you can make the case that there is a certain threshold where really poor people can’t aford this, then they could be given a voucher.

    If you think the solution is giant government run health care system, the onis on you and yours to explain how that could possibly better.

    Those who are socialist-inclined (as Hillary is) will think it is a good idea (Hillary’s plan is a hybrid for now).

    The rest of us hope that socialist-inspired public policy doesn’t depress economic growth and personal freedom of action such that our (personal and USA) long term prospects are adversely effected.

    I won’t be voting for Senator Clinton.

  5. Check out and read how I understand each candidate’s position on health care reform in the USA. Would love your opinion and invite you to vote in my poll.

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