By Jim Campbell
In Time’s November 7th issue they will feature the picture below with the alleged wondrous accomplishments of the “smartest woman in the world”
It’s safe to say Time will not be mentioning how smart she was to have her assistant, Maggie Smith, remove all of the records of Vince Foster who was supposed to have been assassinated before an investigation of his office was begun. (Obstruction of Justice anyone?)
And yes she was brilliant with her investment in cattle futures with the knowledge she gained from reading the Wall Street Journal that offered no such instruction. Perhaps she might run seminars on the topic; after all with ‘no inside information.’ she turned $1,000 into $100,000 dollars. Perhaps with these skills she might assume the new position of (POD) Czar, Paying Off the Dept.
In yet another incredibly smart move she most likely lied before a Federal grand jury when she had asserted that she had no idea what happened to her billing records while at the Rose Law firm and had no idea how they were found in her book room on the third floor of the White House.
The Rose Law Firm is where Hillary worked before Bill became President and was pivotal in handling White Water and the death of Vince Foster.
In closing and believe me I could go on all day would, the woman dubbed with the new name, “smart power” have engineered the complete firing of the non-partisan travel office staff, (TravelGate) alleging book keeping problems when the office was right in the same hallway as Vince Foster’s? Inquiring minds would want to know.
Oh yes, today by the same objective source, Time Magazine, a poll was released saying people just can’t help wondering what would happen if she were to run for president in 2012 where according to the poll she would lead all Republican candidates.
I suggest it says something more telling and deeply troubling for Obama, his own party thinks he has failed so badly that they now share the same delusion of Hillary for president in 2012. (findings below)
Clinton leads Mitt Romney, 55% to 38%; Rick Perry, 58% to 32%; and Herman Cain, 56% to 34%, among likely voters in a general election.
(Time magazine notes, “The same poll found that President Obama would edge Romney by just 46% to 43%, Perry by 50% to 38% and Cain by 49% to 37% among likely voters.” Clinton’s leads are bigger.)