Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Arresting The Hilbebeest?

Now they're talking!

Unfortunately, that's all they're doing. Talking. 

No one in the GOP has the balls to arrest the bitch, and more than they had the balls to attempt to arrest the dictator himself when he unilaterally terminated the Constitution and seized power on November 20th, 2014.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

More Hildebeestian Stuff

[Pulled this off Bloomberg. Too lazy to go back and find the link. Bascially, she screwed her own homo supporters for immediate political advantage, which is ironic in view of the fact that the Sea Hag is almost universally acknowledged to be a dyke herself.] 

LITTLE ROCK — A trove of papers released yesterday at the Clinton library shows that, even before homebrew e-mail servers were an option, Hillary Clinton’s operation had mastered low-tech workarounds to avoid leaving a paper trail of her real-time views on controversial subjects.

Even though the First Lady maintained her own correspondence office, in at least once instance, her staffers punted an inquiry about her views on a timely controversial issue then dividing Democrats to her husband’s staff. 

“We have received a few letters on the subject of same-sex marriage,” Alice J. Pushkar of the first lady’s staff wrote to Kyle M. Baker, on her husband’s side of the White House, on September 18, 1996. “I think that it would be more appropriate for a response to come from the President on this than the First Lady. Would it be possible to get a First Lady version of the P-323?”

Later that day, Baker’s office generated a form letter, which is among the hundreds of thousands of previously unreleased papers made public. “Thank you for contacting Hillary regarding marriages of couples of the same gender. She has asked me to respond on her behalf,” read the letter approved for Bill Clinton’s auto-pen signature. “In 1992, I stated my opposition to same-gender marriage, and recently, when the issue was raised in Congress, I said that if a bill consistent with my previously stated position reached my desk, I would sign it.”

A little more than 24 hours after that letter was prepared, Clinton did sign the Defense of Marriage Act, ignominiously doing so past midnight in an empty White House without any cameras present. In a contemporaneous signing statement, a belated effort to placate liberal supporters he knew abhorred the bill, Clinton expressed worry that it could serve to “provide an excuse for discrimination.”

Hillary Clinton appeared to get through the election season without having to commit to a position of her own. In an interview earlier that year with the San Francisco Examiner’s Carla Marinucci, she had said that her “preference is that we do all we can to strengthen traditional marriages” but did not share her view of same-sex unions. Promoting her book It Takes a Village, Clinton told Marinucci that “children are better off if they have a mother and a father,” but also that “there are people who are able to fulfill the functions of child rearing who don’t fit into the traditional pattern.”

Basically, this woman will do anything for power, and she routinely breaks the law in order to cover her tracks. She knows that nothing will be done about it. She's Hillary, and she is exempt. From everything.