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Clinton the Accessory

 

 

I have called Hillary a transparent crook, and so she is, but we should always remember that she has done far more over her career than simply getting rich on graft and influence peddling.  She has also shielded her sexual predator husband and waged ceaseless campaigns of character assassination against his victims who have come forward:

 

 

 

After the first presidential debate Monday, Trump said he didn’t want to discuss the issue of Clinton’s sexual “transgressions” because the former first daughter was present at the event.

“I didn’t want to do it with Chelsea … I didn’t want to say what I was going to say with Chelsea in the room,” Trump told ABC News.

Chelsea responded to Trump’s statement during an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine:

“It’s a distraction from his inability to talk about what’s actually at stake in this election and to offer concrete, comprehensive proposals about the economy, or our public school system, or debt-free college, or keeping our country safe and Americans safe here at home and around the world. …

“And candidly, I don’t remember a time in my life when my parents and my family weren’t being attacked, and so it just sort of seems to be in that tradition, unfortunately. And what I find most troubling by far are Trump’s — and we talked about this when you interviewed me the night before the Iowa caucus — are Trump’s continued, relentless attacks on whole swaths of our country and even our global community: women, Muslims, Americans with disabilities, a Gold Star family. I mean, that, to me, is far more troubling than whatever his most recent screed against my mom or my family [is].”

 

That’s what prompted Broaddrick to send the following six tweets to Chelsea:

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Go here to read the rest.  I understand people who think Donald Trump is unfit to be President, since I share in that sentiment.  What I can’t understand are the people who think Hillary is fit.  I guess if you are a member of the political elite in this country all sins are forgiven, as long as the sins hurt only peasants like Broaddrick, and that might be the very best argument for voting for Trump.

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

8 Comments

  1. Alan Keyes said it best, at Renew America. The problem is a political system that gives us a “binary choice”. No matter which side you are on, if you do not vote for one of the two binary candidates you will be referred to as a traitor by your fellow travelers within the “binary system”.

    http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/keyes/160926

    But this year, it is obvious to me, that both candidates are unfit for Office; unqualified on multiple levels. So, must we participate in the fraud for the sake of the “binary choice”?

    Neither has “earned my vote”. In the case of Trump and his supporters, he hasn’t even tried. He prefers intimidation to “close his deal”.

    I am fairly certain I will sit on the sidelines this one. I like Darrel Castle of the Constitution Party on policy, temperament, philosophy. And I REALLY like that he is not part of the “Binary System”.

    I hope our Party system changes in the aftermath of this debacle of an election. I hope we have renewed competition of ideas, so that voters are no more taken for granted and compelled to pull the D / R lever forever. I would love to vote for an actual person who convinced me he is qualified to lead; not just one of two Parties in perpetuity because I fear the “other side”.

  2. Alan Keyes helped make Obama President. He was the Republican candidate for the Senate in Illinois in 2004 opposing Obama and I have never witnessed a more pathetic and inept campaign. I was one of the 27% of Illinois voters who voted for Keyes. I thought highly of him at the beginning of the campaign and by the end I concluded he was a complete loon and self-promoter. I would take any advice from Keyes re: politics with a mountain of salt.

  3. I guess if you are a member of the political elite in this country all sins are forgiven, as long as the sins hurt only peasants like Broaddrick, and that might be the very best argument for voting for Trump.

    Academics, school administrators, judges and big city lawyers, mental health tradesmen are in the habit of viewing the people around them as servants or children, and not having any legitimate viewpoint or interests that their excellent selves need respect. I’m recalling the professor in my family who was just incensed that anyone would object (on grounds of the integrity of democratic deliberation) that the Virginia judiciary imposed homosexual pseudogamy on an unwilling public. Hilligula is no threat to these people, the legal profession in the last 60 years has generally left them alone or run interference for them, and the people currently shafted or subject to abuse are people they despise and do not care about.

  4. Alan Keyes helped make Obama President.

    I’d love it if someone would identify the court employees responsible for turning confidential documents regarding the divorce proceedings of two of BO’s opponents over the newspapers. Be nice if Wikileaks could hack the email of those newspapers so we could see their intramural deliberations on this matter. Dr. Keyes was unprepared, and, like Paul Craig Roberts, does seem to get more peculiar every year. Still, getting an undistinguished state legislator into the U.S. Senate was the work of moles in the bureaucracy co-operating with newspaper editors who should have been honorable enough to have buried the story.

  5. Obama likely would have lost the primary and his Democrat adversary might well have gone on to lose the general election against Ryan. Mighty shady tricks, even by Illinois political standards, were pulled to get Obama into the US Senate, and in position to run for President in 2008. The secret history behind all this, when it is eventually written, will prove interesting if not edifying.

  6. Lyndon Johnson’s minions stole a primary election in Texas for him in 1948 (though it’s a passable wager the votes he stole were not the only votes stolen – and it was an exceedingly close election). It took about 30-odd years for the goods on this caper to be made public, along with photographs of good ‘ol boys with the very ballot box stuffed in Jim Wells County. Maybe if there’s a terrier in the history profession as monomaniacal as Robert Caro, we find out in 2035 (and I’m betting it reveals that some prominent Chicago media figure was a whore all along).

  7. Double standard much?
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    Betsy Newmark: “Well, alright then. Now we know. If you (Willie) raped a woman in the 1980s and then apologize, that’s okay. You were just being an alpha sort of guy. Right. I’m sure that is what any feminist would have believed about any man, Republican or Democrat. But if that’s true, why get so upset about the accusation that Clarence Thomas once made a joke in the 1980s about a public hair on his can of coke? That was regarded as a major transgression. Rape by Bill Clinton? Not so much.”
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    Ergo, it’s not a village. It takes a sac of amoral, subhuman flotsam to vote for Hillary.

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