"Hillarys Nose is growing" was a very interesting article by Washington insider

@estherlou (5017)
United States
October 14, 2007 9:37am CST
I just read a great article about Hillary by Washington insider, Ron Kessler. It is a great read. It talks about her talking out of both sides of her mouth. Here are some examples. 1. After 9/11 Clinton appeared on tv and claimed that Chelsea was going jogging and was near the towers and saw it all happen. Chelsea wrote an article for Talk saying she was on the other side of town at a friends house watching it all on tv. 2. Clinton said on "Meet the Press" that she didn't condone the MoveOn.org ads against Petraeus. 3 days earlier she voted against a Senate resolution to condemn the ad. 3. On Sept. 23 on "Fox News Sunday" she said she fought hard for armoured vehicles for our troops. Last May, Clinton voted against the emergency supplimental bill to provide $1.6 billion for body armor and helmets,etc. Want to read more? It's fascinating. http://www.newsmax.com/kessler/hillary_double-speak/2007/09/26/35766.html
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
14 Oct 07
Bill and Hillary are two birds of a feather. They both say what they think you want to hear, and their statements commonly change to fit a given situation, even to the point of contradiction, ans this article plainly points out. . During the vote to authorize the invasion of Iraq, she claimed to have her own independent sources of information about the WMD's and why invasion was necessary in addition to the information that Congress had been provided with. Bill's lies are well documented, even to the point where he claimed he didn't eat junk food and then was photographed ordering in a McDonalds type fast food place. They are both consummate liars and will say whatever it takes to get elected. One thing that we can count on for sure, is that our taxes will be raised in order to finance her socialist agenda, and our individual freedoms will be eroded even more than they have been already. She claims to have the experience over a lot of her opponents, but most of this so-called experience is by proxy as the wife of a career politician. Her only real experience is that which she has gained as Senator of New York, and that is under ten years. Her interest is only in gaining power, and her leadership skills are lacking... as this article so well points out, she doesn't know what she believes, and she doesn't know what she stands for because her stance is always changing. She would be a really bad choice for president and she would be dangerous to our security in these uncertain times. She has neither the expertise, the leadership skills, or the moral fiber that is required of a president.
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@theprogamer (10539)
• United States
15 Oct 07
Don't forget, no one has satisfactorily explained China/missilegate, foul play donationgate, pardongate, Korea Reactorgate, multiple superpowergate. Its really sickening too, along with what you described Destiny.
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• United States
15 Oct 07
The list is virtually endless, it's like the energizer bunny. The people that support her though don't care about these things in a liberal, but would try to impeach a conservative for much less. The first time she lies to Congress though, she will be nailed to the wall just like Nixon and Bill were.
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@theprogamer (10539)
• United States
15 Oct 07
Not surprised. I already posted my concerns beneath Destiny's post. Of course no one really cares about that. Are people so "bluepilled" that they'll vote for someone based on media and political bombardment? Can't people actually watch their candidates carefully, if some digging is done you'll find some things you may or may not like. And on top of that I'm sure you'll find more pinnochio moments.
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@GardenGerty (102454)
• United States
14 Oct 07
My question is "Why don't more people notice this? Why don't more members of the press mention this?" I could not have named these specific instances, but I know she is a liar. I know that Al Gore is also a liar, or someone who misstates the truth, yet he has won the Nobel prize.If we hear it loud enough and often enough we will believe anything is the truth, as long as it is broadcast on television.
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@slickcut (8141)
• United States
14 Oct 07
If all politicans were like picnocio their noses would be bigger than they are.I do not believe anything they say really..Its just a whole lot of lies and a lot of empty promises just to get into office and then when they get in there they do what ever they want too...
@twoey68 (13651)
• United States
14 Oct 07
This is one of the things that bother me about her is that it seems she changes sides depending on which side will get her more votes. I have no problem with a woman being President as long as she can do the job but I don't like Hillary and I hope she never gets in. !!HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! **AT PEACE WITHIN** ~~STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS~~
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@jillmalitz (5132)
• United States
15 Oct 07
She is no different than any of the other people in politics. The same can be said of Obama, McCain,Romney etc. Plus let's face it. A situation can change and so can we. What we believe or perceive as right today could change tomorrow.
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
15 Oct 07
Hi estherlou! Oh that is very interesting. It just proves that we should not always believe what politicians are saying. I think that is the reason why most politicians don't need a nose lift. haha..Take care and have a nice day.
• United States
14 Oct 07
Hillary seems to be held to higher standards than other politicians. It's possible to have an opinion on an issue, but vote in apparent contradiction to that opinion due to broader considerations. Or to change one's position when more information becomes available. It's harsh to call these lies. That said, maybe at times she seems a little too 'slick' (like Bill). There's a concern that principles will be secondary to realpolitik, more than for most politicians. But at least, for me, she seems to be on the right (meaning correct here) side of most of the issues.
@sigma77 (5385)
• United States
14 Oct 07
A true politician, for sure.