Hillary Clinton: It takes a village

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Issues: 2nd Amendment - Hillarycare - It takes a Village - SecState

Ethics: Alinsky - Watergate - Whitewater - Troopergate - IRS-gate - Filegate - Associates - Huma & Weinergate - Bill - Chelsea - Pardongate - Vandals - Benghazi - Emailgate - Liar
Greed: Cattlegate - Travelgate - Chinagate - Lincolngate - Lootergate (2001) - Lootergate (2012) - Giftgate - Clinton Foundation
Gasslighting: Go-Away - Rape Victim - Bimbo squad - Birthers - Russian Hackers - Nuclear Response Time - Quotes


In 1996 She "wrote" and published "It Takes a Village" a kids book / primer on socialism and her leftist ideology and the Law of Jante. Ignoring the questionable propriety of wives of Presidents getting fat publishing contracts for idiotic children books because their Husbands are elected to office, it was offensively insightful into her leftist indoctrination. (e.g. the optics were really, really bad, because she was accidentally open to how she thinks).
Because of this issue, "It takes a village" and other "scandals", where when people found out how she truly thought or did business, the public didn't like her. Hillary learned to be more duplicitous (hide her true beliefs from the voters), or as she said, “If everybody’s watching, you know, all of the backroom discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So you need both a public and a private position.” And that two-faced aspect of her persona, lead to more distrust by the informed. (Those who payed attention KNEW she was lying to them, or concealing her true beliefs). And they also knew she was far more left wing than the skin of a moderate she wore like a cheap pantsuit, because whenever she slipped and let out who she was, it wasn't secretly more towards the middle.

The book was really written by Ghost Writer Barbara Feinman, who later complained because Hillary not only didn't give her any credit, but when found out, downplayed her contributions and was involved in delaying Barbara's payment.

Being cheap/greedy, taking credit for other people's work, exposing her true radicalism, duplicity, and offending many people that worked with her, seemed to be a re-occuring theme around Hillary -- but it was always everyone else's fault.

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