Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Hillary's Imaginary Life

I've written a series of articles on my junior senator over the years designed to expose Hillary Clinton for the charlatan that she is. I predicted that the April 2007 release of Carl Bernstein's book would unleash a firestorm of Clintonian vengeance on his head, a HillBilly jihad, if you will. It turns out that my prediction was wrong, as the Clintons chose to ignore the book, as did much of the media. No harm, no foul, as they say.

Bernstein was not in a position a year ago to cause Hillary any consternation as it turned out, because she was riding a political high wave at the time. She was seen as unbeatable. But now Bernstein is back, reiterating his points made in the book. He's laying leather boots on the downed former First Lady. Perhaps he still has a shot at validating my prediction afterall, despite the fact that much of the magic has been drained out of the Clinton/scorpion stinger. Perhaps he feels safer now.

Coupled with Bernstein's assertion that Hillary has always had an estranged relationship with the truth, Dick Morris has also been busy chronicling the string of false "memories" of the woman who would be President. A screenshot from Morris' article:

• Chelsea was jogging around the Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. (She was in
bed watching it on TV.)

• Hillary was named after Sir Edmund Hillary. (She admitted
she was
wrong. He climbed Mt. Everest five years after her birth.)

• She was under sniper fire in Bosnia. (A girl presented her with flowers at
the foot of the ramp.)

• She learned in The Wall Street Journal how to make a killing in the
futures market. (It didn't cover the market back then.)

She also claimed to have been instrumental in the Northern Ireland peace process, something that Lord Trimble of Lisnagarvey labelled "a wee bit silly". It should be clear to sane people that Hillary is not among their group, that she is peering from outdoors through the window to the house of sanity through cupped hands, and steaming up the glass.

There is a word to describe people that suffer the same affliction as she does; pathological. It has been my experience that such people simply cannot be trusted. Some will defend Hillary to the end, but I must also call into question their own relationship with the truth. Once upon a time it was working for her...but every well runs dry, eventually.


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