Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Congenital Liar And Zionist Butt Kisser

Hillary, Lies, and Videotape
That Tuzla thing. Repeatedly. Now she's dodging bloggerfire.

Hillary Clinton Again Lies about Iraq - 2/2/2008
"In Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate, Hillary Clinton lied again about Iraq.
At the forum in Los Angeles, Hillary Clinton
declared, “We bombed them for days in 1998 because Saddam Hussein threw out inspectors.”
That statement was totally false. The bombing campaign had been planned for months and the inspectors were not thrown out. They were ordered out by President Bill Clinton in anticipation of the four-day U.S.-led bombing campaign."

You Know Who lied about NAFTA support

She Who Misspeaks even made up story about her name

Hillary Lied About China Briefings
"Sen. Clinton has made much of a September 1995 speech she delivered in Beijing, in an effort to show she is willing to get tough on China. She said in her book "Living History" that she was briefed by the State Department and the Secret Service in advance of that speech, and was even fed "intelligence information" during those discussions. The schedules don't reflect such briefings, however."

Hillary lied about Whitewater records
"On her book tour, she was asked on National Public Radio about the re-emergence of dormant Whitewater questions that week, when the so-called "missing billing records" had been found. Hillary stated with unequivocal certainty that she had consistently made public all the relevant documents related to Whitewater, including "every document we had," to the editors of the New York Times before the newspaper's original Whitewater story ran during Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign.
Even her closest aides -- as in the case of the Bosnian episode18 years later -- could not imagine what possessed her to say such a thing."

Why do we even have to pay attention to this disfunctional family? Hillary seems to be a deliberate fabulist, making crap up to exaggerate importance. As a guy who I usually disagree with, Christopher Hitchens, puts it in his The Case Against Hillary Clinton, subsequent to that little fable about her being named after Sir Edmund Hillary blew up in her face:

"It was a sweet family story her mother shared to inspire greatness in her daughter, to great results I might add."
Perfect. It worked, in other words, having been coined long after Sir Edmund became a bankable celebrity, but now its usefulness is exhausted and its untruth can safely be blamed on Mummy. Yet isn't it all—all of it, every single episode and detail of the Clinton saga—exactly like that?

And isn't some of it a little bit more serious? For Sen. Clinton, something is true if it validates the myth of her striving and her "greatness" (her overweening ambition in other words) and only ceases to be true when it no longer serves that limitless purpose. And we are all supposed to applaud the skill and the bare-faced bravado with which this is done."


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