h/t Gore Lied
I first posted this during the primaries. Who new it would come true. With all the old Clinton cronies, and even Hillary herself, being snapped up by “The One”, it really is the Clinton’s third term.
The apple really doesn’t fall far from the tree. Chelsea has the lying gene too. How could she avoid it?
Clinton told about 250 people at N.C. State that her mother, New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, would work to repair the nation’s reputation abroad.
“I think the world will breathe a sigh of relief when this president is gone,” Clinton said, criticizing Bush for pulling out of various accordings, including the Kyoto Protocol on global warming.
The Senate voted Kyoto down 95-0 in 1997 under Bill Clinton’s presidency.
Here’s another lie
“Is a vote for Hillary a vote for Bill? No. A vote for Hillary is a vote for Hillary,” she said. “I’m really proud of what my father did in the ’90s, but I don’t think you should vote for or against my mother based on my father.”
Everybody on the planet knows that’s about as big as a lie gets. It’s always been a two for one deal and they don’t hide the fact.
Yep, the littlest Clinton is a mirror image of her parents, right down to the sense of entitlement.
She also couldn’t avoid questions about her father, good or bad.
An audience member at N.C. State also pressed Clinton to discuss the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Clinton declined to discuss her father’s relationship with the White House intern, drawing applause when she told the young man that it was none of his business.
Just one last tidbit here.
In response to a question about NASA funding, Clinton said the budgets of many scientific programs have either stayed flat or been cut. She pointed to Bush’s veto of stem cell research bills.
“We don’t know what we have lost under this administration,” she said.
Well, I for one, know what we lost under her father’s administration. We lost our military, our pride, and our dignity. Maybe if her dad wasn’t so busy having sex in the oval office, he might have noticed the warnings of things to come.
She can sure sling the bull, but can’t tell the truth or answer a real question. Maybe we can’t blame her for it, after all, just look at those two fine examples she had growing up.
It’s the Campaign, Stupid: Clinton Ground Game Under Fire
The political team that famously used the phrase “It’s the economy, stupid” to vault to victory in 1992 could be in need of a new mantra 15 years later: It’s the campaign, stupid.
Hillary Clinton has slipped from “inevitable” front-runner to second fiddle over the past two months, and political observers have chimed in with their take on what went wrong: No plan for after Super Tuesday. A poor caucus strategy. Her husband.
Leon Panetta, former White House chief of staff to Bill Clinton, is the latest Clinton loyalist to come out and criticize the campaign. And he suggests the problem was all of the above.
“It seems to me like they rolled the dice on Super Tuesday, thinking that would end it,” Panetta told The New York Observer. “And when it didn’t end it, they didn’t have a plan. And when it came to the caucus states, they did have a plan — which was to ignore them. I think those were serious mistakes.”
Looks like the wheels are coming off and there’s no pit crew left. The rest of the story.