|"A Capitol Hill police officer was ordered to
inform the Clintons that everyone was ready and waiting [for the 1993 inaugural
festivities]. The policeman knocked and opened the door of the holding
room. He immediately shut it, beating a hasty retreat. Hillary
Clinton was screaming at her husband in what was described as 'uncontrolled
and unbridled fury.' ... The Capitol Hill police and the Secret Service
quickly conferred about intervening if it appeared the president's life
might be threatened by the first lady!"
-- former FBI Special Agent
Gary Aldrich in Unlimited
[Besides, everybody knows she
screams at "inferiors".]
|"The ['Hillary Care'] plan prescribed some eye-popping
maximum fines: $5,000 for refusing to join the government mandated health
plan; $5,000 for failing to pay premiums on time; 15 years in prison for
doctors who received ‘anything of value’ in exchange for helping patients
short circuit bureaucracy; $10,000 a day for faulty physician paperwork;
and $50,000 for unauthorized patient treatment. When told the plan
could bankrupt small businesses, Mrs. Clinton said, 'I can’t be responsible
for every under-capitalized small business in America'!" -- Tony
Snow reporting on Hillary's health care plan
|"Hillary Clinton's 1992 health care proposal should give Americans
insight into what sort of President she would be. While many people remember
that her proposal was very complex, fewer remember its assault on freedom.
Hillary would have made it a federal crime, punishable by imprisonment,
for a doctor to treat a patient outside of the government-run health care
cartel. Under her proposal, if you needed treatment for a disease and the
government system would not accept you as a patient because it deemed the
treatment medically unnecessary or if others were ahead of you in line
(and believe me, without a system of voluntary payment for medical services,
such services would be rationed), and if you went to a doctor asking for
treatment, the doctor could have been imprisoned for treating you. How
likely do you think it would be that you would get treatment under such
rules? If you are upset (as I am) by the totalitarian implications of George
Bush's assertion of his power to imprison Americans in the war on terror,
you haven't seen anything yet! Wait until Hillary puts doctors in jail
for doing their jobs of saving lives outside of her government-run system."
-- Frank Bubb
|"Perhaps Hillary’s legacy will be that she made
seem lady-like." -- Zoh
|"Hillary, who had more than 900 FBI files on political
enemies stolen, would not hesitate to deny medical treatment to any of
them had she the power." -- FreeKeys
|"Our liberties face a far greater threat from Hillary Clinton ... than
from Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden. I am not saying that for
impact; I believe that to the core of my being." -- Neal
|"Once Hillary is elected she will create a new form of secret police."-
Dick Morris (her ex-employee)
|"If you want to remain on this detail, get your ass over here and grab
those bags." -- Hillary,
to her Secret Service guard (who wanted to keep his hands free in case
of a security threat)
|"She certainly is insufferable, but I think the 'monster' label is
accurate. This is true at many levels. Clearly, the unending psychodrama
that is the Clinton Machine is like the walking corpses in Night of
the Living Dead; they just won't stop and it's almost impossible to
really kill them. But if you talk with anyone who's known or worked with
Hillary, up close she's a nasty, evil person who cares nothing about the
'little' people and won't hesitate to step on anyone in her way (or even
just in the vicinity). During the Clintons' White House years seasoned,
professional Secret Service agents would do anything they could to avoid
being assigned to her detail. White House staffers would try to hide when
she came near. And ask the people in the travel office what they think
"But don't just take my word for it; check out Andrew Sullivan's latest
editorial on her. (Link)
"No, I think 'monster' is exactly the right word." -- Laird
|"[Hillary] has been trying to be in front of her husband the whole
time and further her own career. When her husband was the most powerful
man in the world she wasn't behind his vision, she was behind HER vision
and always has. ... One thing that Hillary does NOT give Bill is admiration."
-- Dr. Veronica
|"Contradicting accounts by the Clinton administration,
one of the Democratic Party's biggest campaign donors says he gave a $50,000
check to the first lady's chief of staff on White House grounds in 1995
in direct response to solicitations by aides of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
"Southern California entrepreneur Johnny Chien Chuen Chung said he was
seeking VIP treatment for a delegation of visiting Chinese businessmen
when he was asked to help the first lady defray the cost of White House
Christmas receptions billed to the Democratic National Committee.
"Chung, who has refused to cooperate with investigators unless granted
immunity from prosecution, told The Times during interviews that he realized
such special treatment hinged on his willingness to make a political contribution."
Rempel and Alan Miller, Los Angeles Times, July 27, 1997
Federal law bars government employees from accepting campaign contributions
on government property.
|"As part of [a plea agreement], Chung agreed to cooperate with investigators,
and soon told them that Chinese army Lt. Col. Liu Chaoying, an executive
with a state-owned aerospace company, gave him $300,000 to donate to the
Democrats' 1996 campaign. Chung's allegation -- hotly denied by Liu and
the Chinese government -- is the strongest evidence yet of a direct money
trail from the Chinese government to Democratic campaign coffers. ... From
1994 to 1996, Chung made 12 personal or corporate donations to the DNC
totaling $366,000. The DNC returned all of the money [in 1997 after
the investigations were instigated]." -- The
Washington Post, May 21, 1998
|"[As General Counsel] Hillary picked Cheryl Mills, one of the White
House lawyers who defended Bill Clinton at his Senate impeachment trial.
As a Clinton/Gore insider she's not exactly squeaky clean.
"A House committee referred Mills to the Department of Justice for an
investigation of possible perjury and obstruction of the investigation
into the creation of a White House donor database that was a Hillary pet
project. More on those findings here.
Cheryl Mills was intimately involved in the pardon of Marc Rich [FBI top
ten most wanted, illegal trader in arms, went on to star in Oil-for-food]
(after she left the White House), and in the shielding of millions of White
House e-mails from legal discovery. You name the Clinton scandal, and chances
are you'll find Mills knee deep in it." -- Kevin
"Why isn't Sandy Berger on trial? Oh ..
that's right. A quick plea and a settlement in his case. But
what about Hillary Rodham? She lied under oath when she was the First
Lady. She lied to impede an investigation into a scam that cost American
taxpayers millions of dollars. There was an actual crime committed
there, not a fairy tale about revealing the name of some 'covert' CIA agent.
She lied under oath ... obstructed justice ... and is now the frontrunner
for the next presidential election." -- Neal
Boortz, Jan. 30, 2007
|"When Bill Clinton announced that by his own authority he was issuing
new regulations on tobacco and smoking in the name of 'the young people
of the United States,' he said, 'We're their parents, and it is up to us
to protect them.' Hillary Clinton told Newsweek, 'There is no
such thing as other people's children.' These are profoundly anti-individualist
and anti-family claims. Instead of recognizing individual parents as moral
agents who can and must take responsibility for their own decisions and
actions, the Clintons would absorb them into a giant mass of collective
parenting directed by the federal government." -- David
|"Hillary Clinton, a leading opponent of DP World's takeover of some
US port operations, was this week forced to admit that she did not know
her husband had advised Dubai leaders on how to handle the growing dispute.
"But former President Bill Clinton's ties to Dubai and the United Arab
Emirates should not have come as a surprise to his New York senator wife.
"Mrs Clinton's own senatorial financial disclosure forms reveal that
her husband earned $450,000 giving speeches in Dubai in 2002.
"Officials from the UAE also donated between $500,000 and $1m to fund
Mr. Clinton's presidential library in Arkansas." -- Stephanie
Kirchgaessner, Financial Times, March 4, 2006
|"Billy Graham is a great man. He bears within
him deep reservoirs of sweetness, and the reservoirs often overflow. It
was embarrassing to see America's two most famous political grifters [the
Clintons] plop themselves in the first row dressed in telegenic silk and
allow themselves to become the focus of sweet words they knew would come.
"Why did they feel it right to inject a partisan
political component into a spiritual event [Billy Graham's last crusade
in New York]? Why take advantage of the good nature and generosity of an
old hero? Why, after spending their entire adulthoods in public life, have
they not developed or at least learned to imitate simple class?" -- Peggy
|On November 24, 2001 former DEMOCRATIC congressional
aide Chris Matthews told former DEMOCRATIC congressional aide Tim Russert
(AND his nationwide TV audience) on MSNBC that former DEMOCRATIC pollster
Pat Caddell had said, "The Clintons -- they're 'white
trash,' and I can say that because I'm from Florida."
|"Ladies and gentlemen, Hillary Clinton is a crook." -- Neal Boortz
|"This woman is dangerous. Perhaps the most dangerous politician
in America. This is a woman who believes that America is great because
of its government, not because of the dynamic of individual freedom, economic
liberty and the rule of law. She casts wealth redistribution in the
light of 'fairness' and decries the concept of ownership.
Her attacks on individualism are clear, as is her affinity for 'we're
all in it together' collectivism. Her professors had it right.
Socialist." -- Neal
Boortz, May 30, 2007