...a refresher course
Subject: When Bill Clinton was President
> WHEN BILL CLINTON WAS PRESIDENT
> For those with short memories and those too young to know.
> If you're under 50 read this and if you're not, share it with someone who is.
> If you're over 50, you lived through it, so share it with those under 50.
> Amazing to me how much I had forgotten! Read it anyway.
> When Bill Clinton was president, he allowed Hillary to assume
> authority over a health care reform. Even after threats and
> intimidation, she couldn't even get a vote in a democratic controlled
> This fiasco cost the American taxpayers about $13 million in cost for
> studies, promotion, and other efforts.
> Then President Clinton gave Hillary authority over selecting a female
> attorney general. Her first two selections were Zoe Baird and Kimba
> Wood - both were forced to withdraw their names from consideration.
> Next she chose Janet Reno - husband Bill described her selection as
> "my worst mistake."
> Some may not remember that Reno made the decision to gas David Koresh
> and the Branch Davidian religious sect in Waco, Texas resulting
> in dozens of deaths of women and children.
>Husband Bill allowed Hillary to make recommendations for the
> head of the Civil Rights Commission. Lani Guanier was her selection.
> When a little probing led to the discovery of Ms. Guanier's radical
> views, her name had to be withdrawn from consideration.
Apparently a slow learner, husband Bill allowed Hillary to make some
> more recommendations. She chose former law partners Web Hubbel for the
> Justice Department, Vince Foster for the White House staff, and
> William Kennedy for the Treasury Department.
> Her selections went well: Hubbel went to prison, Foster (presumably)
> committed suicide, and Kennedy was forced to resign.
> Many younger votes will have no knowledge of "Travelgate." Hillary
> wanted to award unfettered travel contracts to Clinton friend Harry
> Thompson - and the White House Travel Office refused to comply. She
> managed to have them reported to the FBI and fired. This ruined their
> reputations, cost them their jobs, and caused a thirty-six month
> investigation. Only one employee, Billy Dale was charged with a crime,
> and that of the enormous crime of mixing personal and White House
> funds. A jury acquitted him of any crime in less than two hours.
> Still not convinced of her ineptness, Hillary was allowed to recommend
> a close Clinton friend, Craig Livingstone, for the position of
> Director of White House security.
> When Livingstone was investigated for the improper access of about 900
> FBI files of Clinton enemies (Filegate) and the widespread use of
> drugs by White House staff, suddenly Hillary and the president denied
> even knowing Livingstone, and of course, denied knowledge of drug use
> in the White House.
> Following this debacle, the FBI closed its White House Liaison Office
> after more than thirty years of service to seven presidents.
> Next, when women started coming forward with allegations of sexual
> harassment and rape by Bill Clinton, Hillary was put in charge of the
> "bimbo eruption" and scandal defense. Some of her more notable
> decisions in the debacle were:
> She urged her husband not to settle the Paula Jones lawsuit. After
> the Starr investigation they settled with Ms. Jones.
> She refused to release the Whitewater documents, which led to the
> appointment of Ken Starr as Special Prosecutor.
> After $80 million dollars of taxpayer money was spent, Starr's
> investigation led to Monica Lewinsky, which led to Bill lying about
> and later admitting his affairs.
> Hillary's devious game plan resulted in Bill losing his license to
> practice law for 'lying under oath' to a grand jury and then his
> subsequent impeachment by the House of Representatives.
> Hillary avoided indictment for perjury and obstruction of justice
> during the Starr investigation by repeating, "I do not recall," "I
> have no recollection," and "I don't know" a total of 56 times while
> under oath.
> After leaving the White House, Hillary was forced to return an
> estimated $200,000 in White House furniture, china, and artwork that
> she had stolen.
> What a swell party - ready for another four or eight years of this
> type of low-life mess?
> Now we are exposed to the destruction of possibly incriminating emails
> while Hillary was Secretary of State and the "pay to play" schemes of
> the Clinton Foundation - we have no idea what shoe will fall next.
> But to her loyal fans - "what difference does it make?"
> Please pass this on. Our way of life may depend on it.
> ENJOY YOUR FREEDOM TODAY BECAUSE YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE IT TOMORROW....
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