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Monday, May 16, 2016

Hillary's Vulnerabilities


Hillary Rodham Clinton touts, "Equal pay for women!"

Oh, really?

From Breitbart (May 11, 2016):
During his Breitbart News Daily appearance on Wednesday morning, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that his “total focus” for the general election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump “is on the number 38” because that is the percentage that Hillary Clinton pays men more than women at the Clinton Foundation.

In his analysis of the contest between Clinton and Donald Trump, Gingrich told SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon that “my total focus is on the number 38,” which is “the percent the Clinton Foundation pays men more than women.”

“Nobody’s defended it, nobody’s explained it,” he said of this wage gap. “If we can get across to every woman in America that here’s somebody who says all these strong words, but by the way, her foundation that she and her husband control pays men 38% more? Every time you hear her talk about her concern for women, just remember, they pay men 38% more at the Clinton Foundation.

“If you could drive that one fact into the national consciousness, I think her candidacy would collapse,” Gingrich predicted....
Read the rest HERE.

About Hillary's mishandled classified emails, the information below, which I found buried in my Blogger drafts, may have been neglected:



Meanwhile, Hillary Rodham Clinton is brazenly sticking to her story:


We're also hearing rumbles about a conflict of interest between the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State. See this dated May 15, 2016: Financial analyst alleges major holes in Clinton Foundation records.

Still and all, HildaBeast will likely will likely brazen through all through this and not be indicted or prosecuted ("security review" and "security inquiry," not investigation) — although the voters in the November election may have other ideas as to her occupying the Oval Office:
"What difference, at this point, does it make?" — Hillary Clinton on January 23, 2015, when she was testifying about Benghazi.
[hat tip to Bunkerville for the last link in this blog post]

48 comments:

  1. In today's WaPo...

    Even supporters agree: Clinton has weaknesses as a candidate.

    Excerpt:

    Hillary Clinton’s declining personal image, ongoing battle to break free of the challenge from Sen. Bernie Sanders and struggle to adapt to an anti-establishment mood among voters this year have become caution signs for her campaign and the focus of new efforts to fortify her position as she prepares for a bruising general election.

    More than a dozen Clinton ­allies identified weaknesses in her candidacy that may erode her prospects of defeating Donald Trump, including poor showings with young women, untrustworthiness, unlikability and a lackluster style on the stump. Supporters also worry that she is a conventional candidate in an unconventional election in which voters clearly favor renegades.

    “I bring it down to one thing and one thing only, and that is likability,” said Peter Hart, a Democratic pollster who has conducted a series of focus groups for the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania....


    More at the above link.

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  2. "“If you could drive that one fact into the national consciousness, I think her candidacy would collapse,” Gingrich predicted...."
    Therein lies the rub.
    If any of this could be driven in to the national consciousness by now, she'd be in jail.

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    1. My guess is that the right will exploit this by reconvening the Benghazi hearings and further demonstrating they are not a reasonable alternative.

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    2. Forget the wild conspiracies and Gowdy's ham-fisted Keystone Kops routine, Hellary's simple negligence, callouse disregard for human life, and tragically-stupid strategery as Sec State is enough to condemn her and warn any thinking person off of ever voting for her.

      Hellary Rotten Clinton is Dick Cheney in Drag.

      President Hillary Clinton would amp up the Endless Wars and end up lighting over half the world on fire.

      Hellary Clinton possesses a dangerous combination of corruption, incompetence and a reptilian sociopathology of self-preservation and complete disregard for others.

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    3. I don't necessarily disagree but I see you problem as separating the Benghazi attack from the greater cock up in Libya.

      How do you communicate the more complex issue and tie it to her affection for Henry "The 'Ol Foggy Bottom Bombardier" Kissinger?

      Hint: You don't do it by letting morons like Mark Levin and every other bobo hate jock push the consulate attack. That's over.
      Rabies media may well generate sympathy for a very unsympathetic person. Rabies media is not a good ally.

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    4. Ducky,
      You know how fed up I am with the movement cons. I remain a conservative person, but the main problem with modern-day conservatism is the movement conservatism's mouthpieces.

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    5. Four dead in Benghazi. How many more will we let Hillary kill in the name of being "pc fashionable" and not vetting "incompetence"?

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  3. Little reported is that there are two FBI investigations going on regarding Hillary. The one investigation regarding the multiple foundations is the one they snag her on. Doubtful that she will go down herself, but her underlings may pay dearly. Great catch on the first clip. Hope the FBI has it.

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    1. Bunkerville,
      Little reported is that there are two FBI investigations going on regarding Hillary.

      Yes, there are two ongoing FBI investigations looking into Hillary's malfeasance.

      The one investigation regarding the multiple foundations is the one they snag her on.

      She is very vulnerable there, IMO. Except that by the time that the information rolls out -- if it ever does -- it will be too late too change voters' minds.

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    2. Bunkerville,
      Not a correction but rather a clarification.

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  4. I just cant believe any one with even one hlaf of a brain would vote For Cover Up Clinton, she is a horrible candidate with Obama Grandeur. We cant afford more of this, this country has to take the strength led again, if not our enemies will. Thats the truth its happen time after time we see now with Russia. Dont let softness create the destruction just because some Hollyood liberal who cant even put a sentence together says so.

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    1. I couldn't agree more with your derogatory evaluation of "Klintona the Kackling Krook," but in the interests of fairness, decency, and journalistic integrity I think it wise to post this list of Madam Clinton's Positive Lifetime Accomplishments as presented in the Daily Kos (see below)

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  5. About the other investigation that Bunkerville mentioned above in a comment:

    Some recent information about the above (dated May 6, but there might be more recent information):

    Hillary Clinton is under investigation. The intensive FBI probe has expanded to include potential obstruction of justice if any sensitive email has been withheld or destroyed. Also under FBI investigation are gifts and payments received by Hillary on behalf of the Clinton Foundation. Other charges could also come out as the probe broadens.

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  6. Hillary does not enjoy universal support in the Democrat Party Loony Left La La Land.

    Did you see the neo-fascist brigades bashing in heads at the Democrat convention in Nevada this past weekend?

    Unfortunately, Bernie caught fire too late and the DNC Establishment is forming a protective coterie of super delegates around Her Rotten Heinous. We'll see if the Berning Sandernistas really are insurgents, or if they end up lining up like sheep and voting for Hillary in November.

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    1. SF,
      Quite a melee there at the Nevada Caucus.

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    2. SF,
      We'll see if the Berning Sandernistas really are insurgents, or if they end up lining up like sheep and voting for Hillary in November.

      Some Bernie supporters will vote for Hillary. But others? Nope. The percentages of those two groups could decide the election.

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    3. Silver... agreed. Maybe I'm nuts, but I think I represent a good many liberal voters and I will not, as I've said before, be voting for her, and I'm in a swing state where votes matter.

      But I am not so sure it matters.

      I think the dye is cast, we're going to see President Trump. As he puts the old industrial rust belt into play, how can the Dems respond?

      People are not looking for policy, they just want stuff fixed and Hillary is status quo, just as JEB! was.

      What will be interesting is if he wins and Congress, or one house, flips. Will we see obstructionism, or negotiation between the parties.

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    4. Dave,
      It's funny how closely our thinking tracks, given that we come at it from different ends of the spectrum...

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    5. Silver... yep. I've always said there's usually more agreement than not amongst people. We've just got to get past the stupid stuff.

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    6. Dave, I admire your comment above about Trump. I think a lot of people DO want things FIXED....I'm no Trump fan but I do think he can fix, and will fix, better than Hillary can or would.
      We have to pray that he'll stop the nasty remarks, the thin skinned, knee-jerk reactions to anybody even slightly disagreeing with him....

      The richest thing I've seen in politics in a while is the NY Times article on him and women; from leftwingers who won't plumb the depths of Bill Clinton's shenanigans or how Hillary enabled him.

      If we stop this kind of journalism, from Dems AND Reps, we'll all be better off as a country. Let's get over the personal and onto FIXING.

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    7. Dave, I hope Trump wins, and the congress remains republican. Then when they are obstructionist, maybe people will see that there is little difference between todays 2 major parties and people focus on getting rid of the both of them. Yes it's a pipe dream but of course Monsieur.
      How hilrod has more than 18 people willing to vote for her/it is stunning.

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    8. Hey, Kid,

      "The mother of idiots is always pregnant."

      I don't know who said that first, but it's true no matter who the author was.

      And then there was P.T. Barnum who said,

      "There's a sucker born every minute."

      Most Democrats remind me of spoiled children who refuse to grow up, because they want the State to act as Mom and Dad forever.

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  7. "Hillary Rodham Clinton touts, "Equal pay for women!"

    If I were placed in the unpleasant position of having to debate this POS I would ask her to explain her assertion,juxtaposed to the link below. While it probably wouldn't shut [her] up it might cause others to think a bit. OK, her minions probably don't want to think!

    http://www.businessinsider.com/women-now-control-more-than-half-of-us-personal-wealth-2015-4

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    1. Oh yes and while I was at it I would also ask her what she intends to do about the life expectancy gap-"Equal longevity for men"!

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    2. From the link you provided:

      Women have overtaken men and now control more than half of all U.S. wealth and will likely take an even bigger piece of the pie in coming years, a new study has revealed.

      About 51 percent, or $14 trillion, of American personal wealth is now controlled by women, according to the Bank of Montreal's Wealth Institute. The Canadian bank also expects them to control about $22 trillion by 2020.

      "Women have made incredible strides in the past fifty years and the wealth and power they hold will only increase in years to come," Mary Jo Herseth, National Head of Banking, BMO Private Bank, said in a release touting the study.


      Now, who will throw those statistics into HillaryBeast's face?

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    3. Even though it is likely true, AOW you have to be careful that you don't throw it in her face and open yourself up to the fact that it is due to progressives that the change has occurred.

      It's tough to make the pro-life party the champion of women's rights. Might not be fair but the rights stridency has stuck them with the onus.

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    4. Speaking of "pro-life", the existence of B.O. and Shrillary call it into question.

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    5. Ducky,

      True enough, but people on the left should pause to lament how the progressive left has placed "women's rights" in direct opposition to the life of a little baby in the womb. It's grotesque when you really stop and contemplate it.

      Face it, yours is the party of death.

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    6. Abortion rates are down substantially over the last 15-20 years and that is primarily due to improved access to birth control.

      The improved access is not thanks to the "abstinence only" movement which tried to sucker kids into believing that contraception failed more often than the human will. Sheer madness.

      So I think that middle path of improve access to birth control is the best way to minimize abortion.
      If that is the party of death then so be it.

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    7. the party which only approves of CHOICE if it means killing babies. No choice re how big a drink we can have, whether we can get our own health insurance, etc etc....no other choice.

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    8. Ducky,
      My statement was a direct response to your comment which revealed the progressive psychological mindset that pits the rights of the more powerful over the less powerful.

      @ Ducky: "It's tough to make the pro-life party the champion of women's rights."

      Progressives have indeed placed women's rights in opposition to life. I congratulate you for stating is so frankly, even if it was a freudian slip.

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  9. Madam Clinton's Positive Lifetime Accomplishments as Presented in the Daily Kos:

    PART ONE:

    First ever student commencement speaker at Wellesley College.

    President of the Wellesley Young Republicans

    Intern at the House Republican Conference

    Distinguished graduate of Yale Law School

    Editorial board of the Yale Review of Law and Social Action

    Appointed to Senator Walter Mondale's Subcommittee on Migratory Labor.

    Co-founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families

    Staff attorney for Children's Defense Fund

    Faculty member in the School of Law at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

    Former Director of the Arkansas Legal Aid Clinic.

    First female chair of the Legal Services Corporation

    First female partner at the Rose Law Firm.

    Former civil litigation attorney.

    Former Law Professor at the University of Arkansas School of Law.

    Twice listed by The National Law Journal as one of the hundred most influential lawyers in America

    Former First Lady of Arkansas.

    Arkansas Woman of the Year in 1983


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  10. PART TWO:

    Chair of the American Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession

    Twice named by the National Law Journal as one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America

    Created Arkansas's Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youth

    Led a task force that reformed Arkansas's education system

    Member of the Board of Directors of Wal-Mart and several other corporations

    Instrumental in passage of the State Children's Health Insurance Program

    Promoted nationwide immunization against childhood illnesses

    Successfully sought to increase research funding for prostate cancer and childhood asthma at the National Institutes of Health

    Worked to investigate reports of an illness that affected veterans of the Gulf War (now recognized as Gulf War Syndrome)

    Helped create the Office on Violence Against Women at the Department of Justice

    Initiated and shepherded the Adoption and Safe Families Act

    First FLOTUS in US History to hold a postgraduate degree

    Traveled to 79 countries during time as FLOTUS

    Helped create Vital Voices, an international initiative to promote the participation of women in the political processes of their countries.

    Served on five Senate committees:
    -Committee on Budget (2001–2002)
    -Committee on Armed Services (2003–2009)
    -Committee on Environment and Public Works (2001–2009)
    -Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (01–09)
    -Special Committee on Aging.

    Member of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

    Instrumental in securing $21 billion in funding for the World Trade Center site's redevelopment

    Leading role in investigating the health issues faced by 9/11 first responders.

    In the aftermath of September 11th, she worked closely with her senior Senate counterpart from New York, Sen. Charles Schumer, on securing $21.4 billion in funding for the World Trade Center redevelopment.

    Middle East ceasefire. In November 2012, Secretary of State Clinton brokered a ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas.

    Introduced the Family Entertainment Protection Act, intended to protect children from inappropriate content found in video games.

    First ex-FLOTUS in US History to be elected to the United States Senate (and re-elected)

    Two-term New York Senator


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    1. You left out "proud member of the Eleanor Roosevelt Club." Just ask her girl servant.

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  11. The Response the Kos List by the Leftist (a longtime friend from school days) Who eMailed it to Me

    ”So what can we know that is relevant to Hillary's character?

    “We know she doesn't have time to bake cookies and we know she raised a bright helpful daughter, perhaps the future Justin Trudeau America desperately needs.

    “Hillary is an acquired taste and definitely not for everybody. She wears her heart on her sleeve like Bill Clinton but isn't nearly as smooth.

    “She imprudently strikes verbal punches when people don't get what she is about which is elevating the lives of the lower class and oppressed categories of people.

    “She now knows many mistakes were made under her husband's tenure as president which she supported at the time.

    “The middle class may well ask what has she done for them lately?

    “Many in the corporate class understand her goals because they know capitalism depends on global business conditions which effect everyone. No one is untouchable.

    “Her stridency is imprudent and loses her friends in important places. Again, not very politic.

    “Is she more expedient at times than a Lyndon Johnson desperately maneuvering to get Civil Rights legislation passed?

    “My reading of her is that she feels justified.

    “Ask yourself how many men have run for office supported by a wife who cheated blatantly or without full domestic support services provided for them at home by the little lady?

    “If she is elected, the money class will hit back hard to block her at every turn.

    “I'm a capitalist and a gatherer of people. I expect to leave no one behind just like the military.

    “Recently I met a retired general over lunch (biking group) and had a good talk immigrants, family and what should be our shared American values. It was heartwarming.”

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  12. FreeThinke's eMail Response to the Above

    Thank you, Lulu, for all the data pertaining to Mrs. Clinton. Rarely do we get any positive information about anyone from any branch of the media, which seems to be in the business exclusively of finding fault, poking holes, mocking, or otherwise tearing down anyone who makes an attempt to rise to a positions of prominence and influence.

    As an admitted member of what-President-Eisenhower-used-to -call "The Loyal Opposition," I feel duty-bound to ask which and how many of Mrs. Clinton's long list of accomplishments have in fact produced long term constructive effects?

    Despite the myriad machinations of politicians on both sides of the aisle our country, as a whole, seems not to have improved one iota since we were children.

    The best we could say with any degree of honesty is that the prospects of certain select elements have improved somewhat, but entirely at the expense of others whose fortunes and quality of life and culture have in my view declined alarmingly.

    A "bird's eye view" of the situation reminds me too much of a deadly serious game of Whack-a-Mole, if you've ever frittered away your time playing that at a Carnival or an Amusement Park.

    I do think in our eagerness to think well of ourselves and the policies we espouse we tend too often to confuse or equate Good Intentions with Solid Accomplishment.

    It's good to hear from you! Thanks again for weighing in.


    FreeThinke

    PS: I believe Hillary Rodham Clinton deserves a special, globally-reocgnized award for Endurance, Tenacity, Perseverance, Courage, and for being both Implacable and Indefatigable –– in pursuit of her personal aims and ambition. - FT

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  13. You can't get your libtard card without being maximum hypocritical. Why - It's a core competence for qualification.

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  14. Getting paid less as a woman is probably not as degrading as having to share a restroom with trannies that leave the toilet seat up.

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  15. Here's a funny one... Hellary's southern accent made a return down in Kentucky...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_FQFubZM9A

    A choleric Hellary scolds the audience. What a candidate! It obviously galls her that she has to actually get out and talk to the grubby masses and beg them for votes

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    1. But what about all H. Rodham Clinton's remarkable, noble, highly laudable achievements I reprinted from The Daily Kos not far above and the two responses I shared to them?

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    2. What about it? She's arguably as qualified as W. Bush, but that ain't saying much.

      She and her Amateur Warlord Girl's Club authored the Arab Spring, lit the ME on fire, turned Libya into New Somalia and caused the Million Muslim March into Europe.

      She's never met a military action she didn't like and she's never met a government program that didn't need started or expanded.

      Your friend is lying about how the moneyed class would react (You friend seems too smart to be duped, so like a good leftwing progressive, I can only assume he routinely lies and spreads propaganda in service to the cause).

      Hillary Clinton is THE CANDIDATE of the moneyed class. They get free rein when she gets elected. She and Bill will use her influence to squeeze billions from international donors and corporate cronies in return for selling this nation down the toilet.

      I appreciate your acts of comity and civility towards stubbornly and purposely-ignorant Hillary voters, but that list from Daily Kook looks like something put together by a middle schooler.

      Her only qualifications are as an unremarkable senator and as a Clinton Foundation mole disguised as a bumbling, corrupt, tragically-flawed Secretary of State in a failed administration. Her ascendancy to the Obama Throne would be one more kick to the already ruptured guts of a nation already balled up on a dirty sidewalk puking blood.

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    3. Thank you, SF. You know I basically agree with most of what you say most of the time.

      My "friend" is a she. I've presented her as "Lulu" in this context. I've known her since 1954. We were in high school together. She's NOT a member of The Mile High IQ Society, but she longs to be regarded as "intelligent," SO she has latched onto the prevailing attitudes of the Leftist Ivy League Feminists, and has persuaded herself to believe she understands and believes all the Marxian crap they've been fed by Cultural Marxist professors since time immemorial. Worships the memory of Betty Friedan –– clear proof of mental deficiency, I should think, but I give her credit for at least trying.

      I do wish "our" side ;-) would spend time doing due diligence on "their" side, instead of indulging in incessant exchanges of coarse, denigratory rhetoric.

      PS: Lulu's command of English, despite her not being very bright, should be seen as a tribute to our excellent high school faculty. Even the least of us was not permitted to graduate without demonstrating a high degree of proficiency in English. –– a basic skill regarded as vitally important –– back THEN.

      Alas! No more.

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    4. FT, I know you do not share your high school's friend's perspective, and my comments were no criticism of you. There are people like her on all sides, entrenched, mistaking ingested propaganda for thoughtful analysis...

      It's why I went from being a blogger to being a sometimes reader and commenter. Might as well be shouting down a well...

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  16. Well, well, well! Klintona he Kackling Krook squeaked out a "victory" in Kentucky last night by the narrowest of margins. (The last time I looked she "won" by less than 1%. Not sure how the numbers finally settled.)

    How do you think her "operatives" managed to manipulate the vote to make this happen, –– or do you honestly believe her "victory" could be legitimate?

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    1. FT,
      I have no idea whether or not her "victory" could be legitimate.

      But there is a lot NOT legitimate about much of anything that the Clinton Machine does.

      I expect that Bernie will demand a recount.

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