The case against Hillary Clinton by Peggy Noonan  » Books  »
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  • Insofar as Hillary, I was disappointed in the long run
  • I would have voted for her simply because I believe women need to stick together in this day and age, but too many dark sides kept cropping up around Hillary and Bill, and this book elucidates on many shady incidents
  • Chris Hitchens wishes the best for them but wants no more Clintonism

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      Published by Regan Books, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, the case against Hillary capsulated the scandals, and murmurings regarding Hillary Clinton, as well as her spouse Bill before, during, and after their years in the White House. This book details money transfers, how and when monies were gathered by the Clintons from extracurricular events. Somehow, a huge draft of funds became available coincidentally after the pardon of Puerto Rican terrorists by Bill Clinton.

      Insofar as Hillary, I was disappointed in the long run. She is not one of my own. I would have voted for her simply because I believe women need to stick together in this day and age, but too many dark sides kept cropping up around Hillary and Bill, and this book elucidates on many shady incidents. Yes, we know about the political game, and how one can become besmirched for the sake of


      competition. Yet, the list of questionable ethics is a long one. It is too long to ignore.

      From the depths of deceit to fake pointing and waving at non existent people in the crowd, to downright treachery involving suicide, and people surrounding the Clintons coming up dead all a sudden and mysteriously, shredded documents, etc., the facts can no longer be ignored.

      An example used about Hillary’s appearance on the David Letterman Show describes how she was quizzed about Washington, D.C.’s history and other facts. She appeared to be nervous about getting the right answers to the quiz. Later, it was discovered that the Letterman staff had forwarded a full list of the questions beforehand. Just to impress an affected astuteness, she pretended that the answers were right off the top of herhead.

      Peggy Noonan sites another anti Clinton book by Christopher Hitchens, NO ONE LEFT TO LIE TO.


      • Chris Hitchens wishes the best for them but wants no more Clintonism. The “just go away” sentiment was reinforced by the fact that Hillary wasn’t selected as running mate in Obama’s campaign.

        Tenacity is often considered a good trait, but in the case of Hillary one may ask what for? Is her tenacity misplaced in self involved continuation of ‘us’ ? Had the Clintons used their extra money for charity or some other worthy cause, the Clintons would not have been so transparent. They could have shifted so much of the focus off of their self seeking mindset.

        What did Bill and Hillary accomplish with two different, his and her administrations? Peggy Noonan gives her definition of Clintonism cultivated through first hand exposure as, “misleading constituents on serious and crucial issues, evading responsibility for . . .mistakes, derelictions, and scandals . . .ruining the lives of

        perceived enemies, and lying.” More than this, Noonan states that the Clintonism “. . .has added a new level of sourness, cynicism. . .” to the attitudes of the U.S. citizens toward their government. I often wonder what this taught the children who were old enough to perceive these illicit White House activities.

        More than this, the plainly immoral activities that riddled the Clinton administration during the Monica Lewinsky debacle proved to the outside world that Americans are indeed the infidel. This hurt the image of the U.S. right when we didn’t need a tarnished halo. There is little information that is new throughout the lines of this book it’s just stunning to see it compiled in one place, and then to see either of the Clinton’s parading on television as honorable people. Peggy Noonan did a good job on this book, THE CASE AGAINST HILLARY CLINTON.




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