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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Why I'm afraid of Hillary Clinton

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled Why I'm Afraid of Hillary Clinton.

15 comments:

  1. That sums it up pretty well. Hunger for power is indeed a mystery to those who don't have it. Me? I can't even exert the power of my human dominance over a spider in the house. I have to capture it and take it outside.

    Just Me

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  2. Hillary is evil DC. Congress is corrupt. And perhaps worse of all was best described by Joel Skousen, “The voters in this country are corrupted. The majority is not principled nor well informed.”

    If elected, Hillary will bring the proverbial frog’s water to a quick boil. Yes, the consequences will be catastrophic. However, on our present course, the tree of liberty will surely die on our watch. Folks, I pray that your response will begin with the word, ‘Therefore’…

    Montana Guy

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  3. Insanity...check.
    You wrote, "Watch out for someone who is so power-driven that he or she is willing to lie, cheat, steal and harm others to attain a goal." I am sure you were being kind to not mention kill, but I guess that falls under "harm others".

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  4. who says the Anti-Christ has to be a man.

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  5. Well said, Mrs. Lewis.

    I agree.

    A. McSp

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  6. This is not a defence of Hillary at all but I am more afraid of any benevolent politician that thinks they're doing 'what's best for us' That's a scary attitude that's hard to reason with.
    If Hillary is just in it to win it, she can make history as a woman and move on. As opposed to trying to make history by re-inventing America, the Health Care system, etc.
    Other leaders might be more eager to put their unique stamp on the USA as to what they believe is 'right' for the people. At least with Hillary - you know what you're getting.
    Just some random thoughts
    ~Clare

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  7. Oh, how right you are Patrice....Her lust for power is truly immense. The media will NOT wade into this because she has the 2 x chromosomes necessary for our next president. They are (at least some of them) disappointed with our 1st "black" president so here we go.... Let's try the 1st woman. Never mind her qualifications or record, the chromosomes are the ONLY thing that matters.

    Our general public is too ignorant to know better and will swallow whatever swill is given them by her and the media. It's her turn now!

    We could run Pope Francis for president and he would not be "righteous enough". PC is let's see what a "woman" can do. It's time. After she is done ruining this country for 4 or 8 years, then it will be time for our 1st LGBT president.... Yup, heard it here first!

    God help us! God have mercy! I hear a great flushing sound on America!

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  8. 25 things I trust more than Hillary Clinton:

    • Mexican tap water
    • A wolverine with a 'pet me' sign
    • A mixed drink made by Bill Cosby
    • A straight edge shave from Jodi Arias
    • An elevator ride with Ray Rice
    • A night out with Aaron Hernandez
    • Brian Williams memory
    • Pete Carroll coaching decisions
    • Loch Ness monster sightings
    • Pinocchio
    • The Boy that cried Wolf
    • Browns going to the Super Bowl
    • A Nigerian inheritance email
    • A pilot alone in the cockpit
    • Harry Reid's exercise equipment
    • Tying Anthony Weiner's shoes
    • A fart in an automatic car wash
    • A factory packed parachute
    • A kiss from Judas
    • An Afghan wearing a backpack
    • A Supreme Court ruling
    • Keeping my healthcare plan
    • A North Korean trial
    • A BIC pen that doesn't leak
    • A tuna fish sandwich left on a city bus

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    1. I am thankful I swallowed my sip of coffee before I began reading your post. I laughed aloud and am still chucking.
      Thank you for the brief comedy you provided on a very serious subject.
      sidetracksusie

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    2. Did you come up with these yourself? So funny!

      Just Me

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    3. Oh my, that's a hoot. And very easy to agree with!

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  9. It's a celebrity side-show now. Might as well be... it keeps us distracted from thinking about the string-pullers.

    She has the same puppet-masters as our current Chief. I know that...

    ...but I still don't like her. She's creepy.

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  10. I am a conservative and a Republican. If Jeb Bush is the nominee I will vote for the crazy communist hillary. Why? I expect a scorpionto sting me and thus I expect Democrats to continue to tax and spend while passing laws brnging us coser to a socialist/communist country and to encourage illegal immigration. But when I vote for a cnservative Republicaan I don't "expect" that. BUT that is what we get anyway. I am very tired of electing the Republicans that the RNC tell us tovote for and have them turn out to be Rinos doing the job of Democrats. So screw it. If Hillary wins she will begin on day one trying to remake us into socialist nirvana. MAYBE this will finally wake up the sleeping Americans who either don't vote or vote for Rinos. The choice as I see it is Republicans who will take us to hell in a handbasket but slightly slower than Democrats OR Hillary who will spend all the other people's money she can get her hands on trying to change us overnight and spawn a true revolt.

    My real hope is that Scott Walker wins the nomination. However I do intend to vote for Trump if he is still running.

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  11. Sadly, the media has already elected her. Watch how much time they give her on the evening news, versus the competition. Notice the photos of her are flattering (if that can be) and the competition's clearly are not. Watch the body language of the newscasters - happy and smiling when talking about her, and serious and scowling when talking about the others. This was obvious in the last election. Sadly the media is priding itself on shaping opinion, instead of fairly reporting facts.

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  12. Yes, Mrs. Clinton (I call her that because I'm positive she HATES being referred to that way) is a very smart woman, but her lust for power is plain to see. Anyone who wants the power THAT much shouldn't be allowed anywhere near it. Mrs. Clinton wants to out-President ol' Bill, and that's her sole goal in life. I almost feel sorry for Bill.
    I do agree with Clare (12 July @ 5:50 PM) that at least Mrs. Clinton is not trying to hide her lust for power behind platitudes of "it's for the children".

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