Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Hillary solicited kickbacks from foreign nations via private email

Before we get to the topic of Hillary's illegal use of personal email accounts, let's stipulate that there is zero chance a former First Lady and Presidential candidate will face any kind of legal jeopardy, for this or the Clinton Foundation's unethical collection of foreign contributions.  Ron Fournier asks:
The rest of us are required to play by the rules. Why does Clinton think she's above them?
Good question!  Isn't "playing by the rules" a fetish of the Elizabeth Warren left?  In fact here's Obama just this past Saturday with his weekly address:
That’s what middle-class economics is all about—the idea that this country does best when everyone gets their fair shot, everybody does their fair share, and everyone plays by the same set of rules
Well, rules were meant to be broken and, besides, we're pretty sure Sarah Palin did the same thing.

I, for one, am going to take a page out of the Harry Reid playbook.  In the absence of any evidence to the contrary, we can only conclude that Hillary was looking for big kickbacks in exchange for quid pro quo influence from the State department.  Hell, let's just say she's behind the Nigerian price email scam.  She has no accomplishments of note during her tenure at Secretary of State.  Why?  Because she was too busy squeezing everybody for cash.

It's a real shame that Hillary used her position and private email to shake down foreign governments.  Tsk tsk.


"The most transparent person in public life" said...

It doesn't matter whether Hillary Diane Rodham plays by the rules, for the same reason it doesn't matter that Al Gore has a personal carbon footprint equal to that of a small village.

Those are the perks they deserve for saving the world.

Anonymous said...

Old question: Who is John Galt?

New question: Who is Eric Hoteham?