State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton

Book - 2014
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Publisher: New York : Crown Publishers, c2014
ISBN: 9780804136754
Branch Call Number: 921 CLI
Characteristics: 440 p., [8] p. of plates :,ill. (some col.) ;,25 cm
Additional Contributors: Parnes, Amie


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Nov 17, 2014

[I do agree that HRC transformed the State Department: she hired so an unheard amount of former CIA types - - already croweded with NOC types from the CIA to begin with. HRC will further destroy women's jobs with her promotion of charter schools {women make up the preponderence of teachers, and they are shrinking in number with each new charter school} HRC's endorsements to date: gov't of China, head choppers of Saudi Arabia, Charles Koch, Henry Kissinger, Dick Cheney, George Soros, the Rothschilds of London, et cetera!]
An Eve Ensler quote [global activist and author of The Vagina Monologues] on Hillary Clinton: "I'm not comfortable with anyone Kissinger would be comfortable with." [Discussing Henry Kissinger's comment that he would be comfortable with a Hillary Clinton presidency.] A book written by a political flack and hack possessing little to no value. Just remember, please, HRC is against single payer, and women pay the most in healthcare costs [i.e., anti-woman once again, added to those anit-choice vote while in the senate] and also against paid family leave. As SecState, HRC appointed former Dick Cheney policy advisor, Victoria Nuland [another neocon, of course]; assume Dick Cheney wasn't available? Also, HRC appointed Bush inner circle guy, Marc Grossman. She's pro-jobs offshoring, warmongering, and simply not an authentic democrat - - what's to like? Yes, while at State $6 billion went missing, another Wall Street honey.

Nov 02, 2014

Less than satisfactory book about Hillary Clinton's time at Foggy Bottom. Does provide insight as to the continued conflict between her and Barack Obama which was exacerbated by the fact she brought her 2008 campaign advisors with her to State while Obama, of course, brought his to the White House. In the end one gets the impression they were a lot like Canada's Jean Chr├ętien and Paul Martin - they hated each other but could not do without each other either.

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