6 Jan

100 million reasons not to vote for Hillary

                                       

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There are times when you really want to punch someone in the face. I had one of those moments the other day when I heard Bill Clinton yapping at the De Blasio inaugural. Clinton reminded me of why he is a good politician and why I despise him with all my being.

The De Blasio inaugural was remarkable for a number of things, New York City being a fecal, racist, third world plantation not the least among them. The speakers took turns pounding on Bloomberg as though New York City was Detroit:

Mayor de Blasio’s inaugural guests took turns beating up on former Mayor Mike Bloomberg at City Hall Wednesday — even calling his reign a “plantation” that callously ignored New York’s hungry children.

With the ex-mayor seated just feet away, in the front row of the dais, performer and civil-rights icon Harry Belafonte launched the first shot by calling the city’s justice system “Dickensian” thanks to Bloomberg’s stop-and-frisk policy — an apparent reference to de Blasio’s “Tale of Two Cities” campaign theme.

“New York alarmingly plays a tragic role in the fact that our nation has the largest prison population in the world,” he said, without mentioning that incarceration rates in the city had plummeted by 36 percent since Bloomberg took office in 2002.

Sanitation Department Chaplain Fred ­Lucas Jr. prayed that God free New Yorkers from the “shackles of partisan politics” and “political correctness,” and then went on to refer to the city as a “plantation.”

“Let the plantation called New York City be the city of God, a city up on a hill, a light shining in darkness,” he said.
And Public Advocate Letitia James bragged that the city’s Democratic victories were “inevitable” because of current conditions. “The policies that made [the struggling class] voiceless must give way to a government that works for them, that speaks for them, that cares more about a child going hungry than a new stadium or a new tax credit for a luxury development that a majority of New Yorkers can’t ­afford,” James said.

She added that “we live in a gilded age of inequality where decrepit homeless shelters and housing developments stand in the neglected shadow of gleaming multimillion-dollar condos.”

She later insisted her rhetoric “wasn’t personal.”

It was typically liberal- false and without class. It was so bad that even the NY Times, the official newspaper of Hillary Clinton, found it offensive.

Clinton’s speech at De Blasio’s inaugural really was an ushering in of Hillary’s campaign and he sought to make clear that she was part of the Obama/Progressive class warfare movement:

“This inequality problem bedevils the entire country,” the former president continued, turning to DeBlasio’s major campaign themes. “But it is not just a moral outrage, it is a horrible constraint on economic growth and on giving people the security they need to tackle problems like climate change.”

You expect this from Bill Clinton. It was a tactical move. It was, in the current vernacular, a rebranding of Clinton’s Presidency as well as a defining of Hillary’s promise.

CNN reporter Dana Bash remarked no how fascinating it was to see Bill Clinton, a figure who rebranded Democrats as a centrist governing party in the 1990s, reframe his presidency as a champion of the causes of the left.

“As you listen to Clinton’s comments, it seemed to me, first of all, that he was redefining his own presidency as being quite a bit more liberal than it actually was,” Sabato observed. “It’s obvious he’s doing it for Hillary, because if she has a fear, a challenge that can actually dethrone her in 2016, it may well come from the left, progressive, populist wing of the party.”

Then Clinton went on to show what makes him so completely full of manure:

“I strongly endorse Bill de Blasio’s core campaign commitment that we have to have a city of shared opportunities, shared prosperity, shared responsibilities.”

I stare at the keys in front of me and none of them can really be struck in the proper sequence to convey how much I despise Bill and Hillary Clinton. When he says he believes in “shared prosperity” what he means is that he will share YOUR prosperity and shared responsibility means those of us who work hardest will bear the burden of responsibility. And it means higher taxes for those same people.

In anticipation of Hillary’s 2008 Presidential aspirations the Clintons liquidated their stock portfolios- for entirely altruistic reasons, of course.

WASHINGTON, June 14 — Concerned that their personal finances might become a political liability once again, Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton in April sold the millions of dollars of stocks held by their blind trust after learning that those investments included oil and pharmaceutical companies, military contractors and Wal-Mart, their aides said Thursday.

The Clintons liquidated the trust — valued at $5 million to $25 million — and are leaving the proceeds for now in cash in an effort to eliminate any chance of ethical problems or political embarrassment from their holdings as Mrs. Clinton runs for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, their advisers said. By disposing of all their stocks, Mrs. Clinton was seeking to avoid potential conflicts of interest that might arise from legislation that she votes on in the Senate, as well as avoid holding financial stakes in companies and industries — like Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, the owner of Fox News — that could draw criticism from some Democratic voters.

Mrs. Clinton automatically became aware of her investments because of a government directive this spring that she, as a presidential candidate, had to dissolve her blind trust and disclose all of her assets to the public.

For his part, Bill has been thick with both Terry McAuliffe, who made millions on Global Crossing while investors suffered.

Jon Corzine, former Democrat Governor of New Jersey and confidante of the Clintons, “vaporized” over a billion dollars of investors’ money.

Somehow, the chief investment guru of the Obama Administration, former New Jersey governor, Democrat senator, and top Obama campaign contributor Jon Corzine – managed to lose $1.6 billion of his clients’ money, in the fiery crash of his MF Global corporation. During the extensive congressional investigations, the term “vaporized” was floated.

Apparently “vaporization” doesn’t mean jail time when you make a billion dollars disappear, which is probably for the best, since it would be tough on C-SPAN to cover Congress if they were all in prison.

Joe Biden once said that when Obama wanted economic advice he went straight to Corzine:

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In a move obviously meant to quell criticism of 2016 Bill Clinton quit his relationship with Teneo:

The changes in the Clintons’ world first dripped into public view last month when the ex-president’s office confirmed that Bill Clinton was severing his financial relationship with Teneo, a New York-based consulting firm founded by close aides that also paid Bubba to serve as a rainmaker with a post on the firm’s advisory board.

No explanation was given at the time, but sources said the breakup came at Hillary’s direction after The Post reported the relationship and Teneo’s top-dollar contract with the now-bankrupt brokerage MF Global that was headed by former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine.

So why is all this important?

Bill Clinton is worth $80 million.

Hillary is worth at least $20 million.

The question is WHY are they worth $100 million? WHY haven’t they shared their prosperity? I thought Obama said that at some point you’ve made enough money. $100 million apparently isn’t enough money, yet you and I need to share OUR prosperity while filthy rich liberals do not.

Bonus:

Daughter Chelsea Clinton is worth a reported $15 million. She is married to Marc Mezvinsky. She is said to have earned her wealth “through her career at the consulting firm of McKinsey & Company…” She is a 33 year old history major. Her husband, Marc, is the son of former Democrat firebrand Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky and former Democrat representative Edward Mezvinsky. Edward Mezvinsky was convicted of fraud and served time in prison.

Marc Mezvinsky worked at, wait for it……..Goldman Sachs and now is starting up his own hedge fund.

Money. Power. That’s what the Clintons are about. You’ll notice that it’s always super-rich liberals who rage on about the need to share wealth, but they never, ever do. It’s YOUR wealth they would share. We have had enough hypocrisy over the last five years to last a lifetime.

100 million reasons not to vote for Hillary, plus a few more. Never forget that Hillary is also a student of Alinsky.

Exit question: Does Hillary look like she just came back from the embalmer?

About DrJohn

DrJohn has been a health care professional for more than 30 years. In addition to clinical practice he has done extensive research and has published widely with over 70 original articles and abstracts in the peer-reviewed literature. DrJohn is well known in his field and has lectured on every continent except for Antarctica. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for over 30 years and has three kids- two sons, both of whom are attorneys and one daughter on her way into the field of education. DrJohn was brought up with the concept that one can do well if one is prepared to work hard but nothing in life is guaranteed. Except for liberals being foolish.
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26 Responses to 100 million reasons not to vote for Hillary

  1. Mully says: 1

    One would have to wonder just what policy difference she would have from Obama. Do we really want Obama’s third term by electing her?

    It’s once again style over substance.

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  2. retire05 says: 2

    @Mully:

    One would have to wonder just what policy difference she would have from Obama

    Obama taught Saul Alinsky when an lessor professor. Hillary Clinton wrote her thesis on Saul Alinsky and remained good friends with Alinsky until the day he died.

    There is no difference.

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  3. This one says: 3

    retire 05; Liar much? Prove this crap.

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  4. DrJohn says: 5

    @This one:

    I have a thought. Instead of this

    retire 05; Liar much? Prove this crap.

    Try

    How about some proof for that assertion?

    As for her writing about Alinsky, it’s there in the link.

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  5. DrJohn says: 6

    Many authors on the long shelf of unsympathetic Clinton biographies have envisioned the thesis as evidence of Marxist or socialist views held by young Hillary — or conversely as proof of her political agnosticism, a lack of any ideology besides a brutal willingness to attack opponents and accumulate power in the Alinsky style.

    David Brock, in his 1996 biography, “The Seduction of Hillary Rodham,” called her “Alinsky’s daughter.”

    Barbara Olson, the conservative lawyer and commentator, used an Alinsky quote to open every chapter of her 1999 book, “Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton.” Olson, who died in the Sept. 11 terror attacks, had charged in her book that the thesis was locked away because Clinton “does not want the American people to know the extent to which she internalized and assimilated the beliefs and methods of Saul Alinsky.”

    http://www.nbcnews.com/id/17388372/ns/politics-decision_08/t/reading-hillary-rodhams-hidden-thesis/#.UsralpAo7IU

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  6. DrJohn says: 7

    From the mouth of Hillary:

    Personal Interviews

    Alinsky, Saul D. Mr. Alinsky and I met twice during October in Boston and during January at Wellesley. Both times he was generous with ideas and interest. His offer of a place in the new Institute was tempting but after spending a year trying to make sense out of his inconsistency, I need three years of legal rigor.

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  7. retire05 says: 8

    @This one:

    retire 05; Liar much? Prove this crap.

    Stupid much?

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  8. DrJohn says: 9

    @retire05:

    Stupid much?

    How about we give everyone a chance to be civil? I think we’d do very nicely. Thanks!

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  9. retire05 says: 10

    @DrJohn:

    The Clinton/Alinsky connection is not the only skeleton in Hillary’s closet. When Bill Clinton pushed for the Motor Vote Act, and it was finally enacted, the time came for him to sign it. And who was standing behind him as he signed that bill that has permitted so much voter registration fraud? Cloward and Piven, good friends of both Hillary and Bubba.

    Both Cloward, and his wife Francis Fox Piven, were life long members of the Democrat Socialist Party of America and ACORN was their brain child created with the help of Wade Rathke. Their crowing achievement was the enactment of the Motor Voter Act.

    Hillary has a long history, as does Obama, of hitching her wagon to Socialists. Will she run from that? You betcha. But if I were her Republican opponent, I would be running ads in all 50 states of her thesis and her association with known Socialists.

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  10. retire05 says: 11

    @DrJohn:

    How about we give everyone a chance to be civil? I think we’d do very nicely. Thanks!

    I didn’t draw first blood. And I no longer agree to be civil to uncivil leftists. I am taking Obama’s advise; they bring a knife, I bring a gun.

    this one is nothing more than a hack (perhaps another Pajama Boy) that attacks conservatives with lies. He does not deserve civility. He does deserve to be ridiculed.

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  11. DrJohn says: 12

    @retire05:

    It’ll be interesting to see if she tries to run as a full blown Socialist as did De Blasio, but my guess is no. Hard to win moderates that way.

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  12. DrJohn says: 13

    @retire05:

    this one is nothing more than a hack (perhaps another Pajama Boy) that attacks conservatives with lies. He does not deserve civility. He does deserve to be ridiculed.

    Let’s give him a chance. I am willing to listen and rebut civilly.

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  13. DrJohn
    civility loose election, check with MITT ROMNEY, too civil, and classy,
    in front of his uncivil lying oponant,
    it also get nice people kill,

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  14. retire05 says: 15

    @DrJohn:

    Let’s give him a chance. I am willing to listen and rebut civilly.

    Give this one a chance? How long has he been posting comments here at FA, Dr. John? I think he’s burned his chances a long time ago, although I will admit that he is no worse than Tom or Ronald J Ward.

    Which makes you wonder about the mindset of the progressive. Conservatives, for the most part, do not attack progressive/liberals on sites like Huffington Post, Daily Kos, or MYDD. And conservatives that do post on those sites are promptly dispatched to the etherland, never to be heard from again. But liberals/progressives like Tom, this one and Ronald J Ward, will go to conservative sites and spew their lies. Why? Do they think they are making any ground or convincing any conservative to think differently, i.e. agree with their Socialist agenda?

    Bee’s right. We gain nothing by being civil to the uncivilized. The recent Melissa Harris-Perry (who has three names like a serial killer) was a prime opportunity to rub egg in BSNBC’s face. Conservatives should have been demanding that Harris-Perry have a show that actually interviews blacks who have been adopted by whites, those like Michael Oher and Willie-Boy Robertson, the adopted son of Willie Robertson. HP offered some mea culpa and was done with it, only for BSNBC to continue their filty lies about how racist Republicans are. She showed what a racist hack she is, and she got by with it with a few tears (cut onion cutting 2 minutes prior to her heart rendering apology).

    Conservatives have been called sluts, terrorists, worse than the Taliban, racists, women haters, et al, all without any noticeable repercussions. that has to end.

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  15. DaNang67 says: 16

    @DrJohn: That zero is unlike the other silly socialists who come here to propagandize.

    It never engages in civil discourse. It’s typical post is one or two sentences full of inane insults with a rare link to some rabid leftist website as “proof” to its vapidity.

    It can go to hell.

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  16. Mully says: 17

    @retire05: That’s pretty much my point. We are to assume the majority of Americans will vote for 4 more years of what we now have? Largely because she is female, liberal and the last name is Clinton. I don’t find any of that exactly comforting. That resume is not impressive.

    Obama ran a nondescript, zero accomplishment campaign and won. When GWB ran they said he lacked gravitas and this was said to be bad. When Obama ran he lacked everything except a suitcase full of lies. Gravitas was never mentioned. The I’m not Bush and hope and change was bought by a lot of folks. But it hasn’t worked out that way. His signature law keeps needing seemingly endless knee jerk changes. I don’t know why we need a congress anymore if he can just get up each day, stick his finger into the wind and say, ok this is now the law. His foreign policy seems to embrace entropy. He is much better at breaking things than fixing them. And he seems to have no clue of the mess he leaves in his wake.
    He’s not the next messiah as Barbara Walters thought. Just that statement by her reveals there is limitless shallow thinking in parts of the media and their friends on the left.
    I DON”T WANT ANOTHER CELEBRITY PRESIDENT THAT IS PROPPED UP BY A FAWNING MEDIA.

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  17. drjohn says: 18

    @DaNang67:

    It never engages in civil discourse. It’s typical post is one or two sentences full of inane insults with a rare link to some rabid leftist website as “proof” to its vapidity.

    I only asked this morning. It’s worth a try. I find it more fun when you can say what you want about groups but avoid the really personal stuff.

    Worth a try.

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  18. DrJohn
    the problem is they tell lies. and we cannot let those lies travel into the web for all the uninformed to read without reading the oposit debunk the lie,
    It”s our duty to confront their words, because they confront our truth, and try to turn it to lies, AND MAKE BELIEVE WE ARE THE WRONG ONE, AND THEY ARE SAVING THE PEOPLE FROM US,
    even if they apologize their words have circulate the web,
    we never see the apology at the same time the lie was told, never,
    it come after their lies have long print into the mind of the public, JUST LOOK BACK AT SARAH PALIN’S EVIL ATTACKS,
    and by this fact it has planted more venom than the apology slipping like a melt snow path,
    THE SPEED OF THE INTERNET IS SO FAST, THAT ONE ATTACK IS SHOCKING IN THE MIND MORE THAN AN APOLOGY SPECIALY MADE LONG TIME AFTER THE ATTACK,
    THAT’S THEIR GETAWAY TRICKS, THEY THINK IT PASS,
    BYE

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  19. drjohn says: 20

    @ilovebeeswarzone:

    That was pretty good, Bees!

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  20. Ronald J. Ward says: 22

    Interesting. Yesterday Retire05 was yapping something about what he wouldn’t give for some of his cowboy buddies to gang up and punch my teeth out and today Dr John says “there are times when you really want to punch someone in the face” and speaks of “one of those moments” he had.

    Such anger.

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  21. Ronald J. Ward
    because of you libtards coming in just to antigonize the CONSERVATIVES,
    it”s so evident, but you don”t have enough brain to see it,
    you just want to insult and don’t be surprise to get your change, they see you comming before you type,

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  22. Skookum says: 24

    @retire05: Too funny!

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  23. Skookum says: 25

    @retire05: Too funny!

    In the header photo, Hillary looks like she didn’t have time to get sober, before her public appearance. I hate gossip, but she sure looks like she is snot-slinging drunk.

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  24. Ditto says: 26

    Concerned that their personal finances might become a political liability once again, Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton in April sold the millions of dollars of stocks held by their blind trust after learning that those investments included oil and pharmaceutical companies, military contractors and Wal-Mart, their aides said Thursday.

    Hope they pay their capital gains taxes for those stock sales like good little 1%ers.

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