7 Reasons to Vote Republican in November
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H-I-L-L-A-R-Y. In researching my various books, I have accumulated a damning bill of particulars against Hillary Clinton, the most seriously flawed candidate any major party will have nominated for president in the history of the Republic.
What follows are seven good reasons to vote for the Republican candidate in November, no matter how much you dislike the candidate and/or the party that nominated him.
The blizzard of lies
In a 1996 New York Times op-ed titled “Blizzard of Lies,” the usually restrained William Safire famously called Hillary “a congenital liar,” and she was just warming up.
“We reached out to them,” said Hillary of the women rumored to have dallied with or been assaulted by her husband. “I met with two of them to reassure them they were friends of ours.”
Among the women “reached out” to was Sally Perdue, a former Miss Arkansas and Clinton paramour. Perdue was told by a paid Clinton investigator that “people in high places . . . wanted me to know that keeping my mouth shut would be worthwhile.”
“Worthwhile” meant a GS-11 or better job with the federal government. If she talked to the media, however, “He couldn't guarantee what would happen to my pretty little legs.”
The Clintons were preparing to launch what Senator Fred Thompson would call “the most corrupt political campaign in modern history,” funded in no small part by “millions of dollars . . . in illegal contributions, much of it from foreign sources.”
According to the Thompson report, the Clintons “demeaned the offices of the president and vice president, took advantage of minority groups, pulled down all the barriers that would normally be in place to keep out illegal contributions, pressured policy makers, and left themselves open to strong suspicion that they were selling not only access to high-ranking officials, but policy as well.”
The exploitation of Ron Brown
None was more thoroughly exploited than the deeply compromised Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, the most prominent African American in the Clinton cabinet. In a political season as desperate as 1995-1996, the Clintons approved any number of deals with China and Indonesia that would have endangered their reelection if exposed. Brown was the “bagman” on many of them.
Sick of being “a mother-f---ing tour guide for Hillary Clinton,” Brown threatened to expose the Clintons. They promptly sent him to Croatia to cut a deal between the neo-fascists who ran the country and the Enron Corporation. Brown never came back.
“Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet," said Clinton. "The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation.”
At the time, even Chelsea knew the video story was pure bull. The following day, even more specifically, Hillary emailed the Egyptian prime minister, "We know the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film. It was a planned attack, not a protest."
The imprisonment of Nakoula
On September 14, 2012, in separate conversations, Clinton told at least four grieving family members—from three different families—the opposite of what she had told the Egyptian prime minister, namely that an online anti-Islam video provoked a mob to attack the Benghazi consulate.
“We are going to have the film maker arrested who was responsible for the death of your son,” Hillary told Charles Woods, the father of Navy Seal hero Ty Woods.
As good as her word, she and her colleagues pursued video producer Nakoula Bassely Nakoula, an American citizen, more vigorously than they did the Benghazi attackers. Nakoula spent the next year in federal custody.
Occasionally, alas, Hillary does tell the truth.
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