Saturday, September 24, 2005

Hillary, Queen Of The Trailer Park

Here is the real Hillary Clinton, delighting in hearing our president called a racist. This she devil will stop at nothing to further her own personal aggrandizement.

Rather than step in and tell Rangle he's gone too far she contributes to this slander by doing nothing. If there are racists in this group, they are Rangle and Balafonte who are causing devisiveness and fueling hate. Along with them, Hillary is willing to participate as long as she thinks it will buy her votes and increase her power. Next to her, Lady Macbeth looks like Mother Teresa.

The fact that she is being considered as a viable candidate for the presidency, shows the level to which our country has fallen. It is she who called the women Bill committed adultery with "trailer trash". She may know, since she personifies the term.

2008 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton praised anti-American activist Harry Belafonte on Thursday after Belafonte charged that U.S. foreign policy had "wrecked the planet."

"There's a lot of people out here who are really pissed off," Belafonte told the Congressional Black Caucus, with Mrs. Clinton and Rep. Charlie Rangel standing nearby.

"Our foreign policy has made a wreck of this planet," Belafonte complained. "I'm always in Africa . . . And when I go to these places I see American policy written on the walls of oppression everywhere."

The former calypso singer's anti-U.S. rant won immediate praise from Hillary, who stepped up to the microphone and told the crowd: "What Harry said is so important."

Hillary then charged that the Bush administration had made "a concerted effort to make it even harder for poor people and non-English-speaking people and elderly people to vote in this country."

Clinton was followed to the podium by Rep. Rangel, who wasted no time in disparaging President Bush as a racist.

"George Bush is our 'Bull' Connor," Rangel railed. "And if that doesn't get to you, nothing will be able to get to you, and it's time for us to be able to say that we're sick and tired and we're fired up and we're not going to take it anymore!"

Mrs. Clinton offered no objection to the president of the United States being compared to one of America's most notorious racists.

From NewsMax.

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