Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Influence peddler Hillary Clinton and her untraceable emails

I see that Charles C.W. Cooke came to the same conclusion as me:
“Rarely, if ever,” the Post noted drily, “has a potential commander in chief been so closely associated with an organization that has solicited financial support from foreign governments.” But the infringement is made even worse when one acknowledges that these donations were never so much as reviewed for eligibility by the powers that be within the State Department. There really is no other way of putting it than to record bluntly that, while she was secretary of state, Hillary Clinton was making private deals with foreign governments via private e-mail, and then declining to request the requisite approval from the U.S. government. Who, one wonders, does she think she is?

The answer to that question is as it ever was: She is Hillary Clinton, and she believes, with some justification, that she will get away with anything and everything she tries. 
Hillary's explanation, when she makes one, is bound to be so lame that Americans will be dumber for having heard it.

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