Hillary Clinton is a user. No, to my knowledge she doesn’t do illegal drugs. Her drug of choice is political power and it should be obvious to anyone who is paying attention she has and will use anything or anyone to get it. The best example is her 41 year marriage to a charismatic serial philanderer, who used his charm to become president of the United States and now is attempting to use that charm to secure power again through his dutifully addicted wife.
After failing to pass the bar exam in Washington, D.C., Hillary managed to pass a much easier one in Arkansas and, at that point, decided to hitch her wagon to Bill Clinton, who was running for a seat in the United States Congress. Although Bill lost that election, two years later he was elected attorney general and then governor of the state. It was a perfect setup. Hillary was made a partner in the Rose Law Firm where she served as “rainmaker,” securing wealthy clients for the firm who, in turn, wanted favors from the state.
Hillary used Bill’s political ability to attain both money and power but, in order to do that, she had to take on the unpleasant task of cleaning up after his peccadillos. She soon became adept at managing what one aid termed his “bimbo eruptions.” According to reports from former aides and the victims themselves, she used fear, intimidation and even blackmail in attempts to destroy the women who were often victimized by her husband. They were branded “sluts” and “trailer-park trash.” In the case of Gennifer Flowers, Hillary referred to her as “some failed cabaret singer” and called Monica Lewinsky a “narcissistic looney tune.” Nevertheless, Ms. Clinton has had the gall to try to set herself up as the defender of women, even saying that “assault victims deserved to be believed.”
Hillary also was not above shamelessly using children to get what she wanted passed by Congress. This is something she learned from her mentor, Marion Wright Edelman, who founded Children’s Defense Fund after people grew weary of the civil rights movement. “The country was tired of the concerns of the sixties, explained Edelman. “When you talked about poor people or black people you faced a shrinking audience. That was really the beginning of looking at children and their unmet needs as a new way to build a coalition for social change.”
A prime examine of how Hillary worked this issue is the S-Chip program. After HillaryCare went down the flames, she focused on “poor children,” (already covered under Medicaid) as a way to advance socialized medicine. Weak-kneed Republicans fell into her trap and helped carry the water for her to get children covered under a government program that now provides free health care for children of those making upwards of $100,000 a year.
President Clinton publicly blamed entitlements — programs put on automatic pilot out of reach of the normal budget process — for his deficit spending. However, the much ballyhooed Clinton 1993 budget plan included two new needless entitlements launched toward the spending stratosphere that were supposed to benefit — you guessed it — children.
The latest example of “Hillary the user” is her attempt to use the weather to capitalize on the plight of those in the path of Hurricane Matthew. The Democrat presidential nominee made a large ad buy on the Weather Channel as the storm approached Florida. She backed down only after she was shammed by Eric Trump who called the move “evil” and “sick.”
Let us not forget that back on September 6, she attempted to use Hurricane Hermine when she spoke to a group of supporters in Tampa. Days after that hurricane slammed into the Florida panhandle she blamed it on global warming and cynically proclaimed that it was “not the last one that’s going to hit Florida given what’s happening in the climate.” Then she told those assembled, “When it comes to protecting our country against natural disasters and the threat of climate change, once again, Donald Trump is totally unfit and unqualified to be our President.”
Time for a reality check. The Climate Depot recently published a chart which shows a 20 percent decrease in hurricane landfalls and their strength since 1900.
It’s important to remember that the automobile with its internal combustion engine, which Hillary and her allies want to blame for much of our current weather-related problems, didn’t become commonplace until the 1920s.
Hillary Clinton is a pathetic user. Don’t let her use you.