Why the Vilest Republicans Have Come to Love Hillary Clinton

by Eric Zuesse, The People’s Voice

well… it needed a vile image to go with the story… so there.

The 1964 “Goldwater Girl” Hillary Rodham (Clinton) is now viewed as a possible savior by the same Republicans that loathed her husband: she’s enough of a “neo-conservative” to make lots of them want her to become the next U.S. President.

After Bill Krystol’s friend, Robert Kagan (both men were the “Project for a New American Century” top propagandists for the U.S. to invade Iraq in 2003) praised Hillary Clinton in a Washington Post op-ed, the journalist Robert Parry noted that this endorsement was based on her solid neo-conservative record, especially because “she has backed coups, such as in Honduras (2009) and Ukraine (2014); invasions, such as Iraq (2003) and Libya (2011); and subversions such as Syria (from 2011 to the present) all with various degrees of disastrous results,” and therefore she carries on superbly the neo-conservative tradition, which they represent.

Then, on 23 February 2016, the Republican CIA’s (including Richard Mellon Scaife’s) NewsMax headlined, “Rupert Murdoch Attending $2,700-a-Plate Fundraiser for Hillary Clinton.” But this event wasn’t really something new; on 9 May 2006, CBS News had bannered, “Rupert Murdoch Loves Hillary Clinton.”

And, on 22 February 2016, I had headlined “Hillary Clinton Is Backed by Major Republican Donors,” and I noted that in terms of the Republican Party’s top donors, she was above 11 of the 17 Republican Presidential candidates (which 11 included such people as Trump, Chrystie, Perry, and Huckabee), and below 6, in receiving their campaign-donations, even though she’s nominally not a Republican, but a ‘Democrat’.

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12 Responses

  1. The image of a nude Hillary made me sexually impotent for life. This horrific image will haunt me in my dreams. Thank you very much. 🙂

  2. Not that ,not that,noooooooooooooo….Scott,you sadist,you’ve been awaiting an opportunity to use that “portrait” of Hillary again haven’t you?An image of “woman” so repulsive it actually is an ad for birth control.A clear indication you have signed on to the NWO’s population reduction agenda.

  3. Thanks for the fetid cheesecake, it will haunt my vomit reflex for a long time. The next time I need to diet I will tape that picture to my refrigerator. And to think when I was a young Catholic school boy wrestling with impure thoughts….if I had that image in my head my formative years all would have turned out differently. I would just be retiring from the monastary about now. Put that in the middle of a porn site and you’d go from twelve o’clock to six-thirty on the Peter Meter in a nano-second. Yikes!

  4. What’s even worse, is the poor lizard in her hand doesn’t suspect that she is ready to bite his head off and drain every drop of blood from him. It’s just what she does to any living thing that trusts her.

  5. Here’s a little sample of her handiwork when she was a First (erm) Lady scheming, waiting for her chance to seize some real power of her own. This is from a 2004 interview. It begins by setting up the environment of a professor/advocate fighting at the beginning of the predatory lending a era for the middleclass and how Hillary betrayed her and (everyone else’s) trust
    Bill Moyer’s Interview with (then) Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Warren on PBS “NOW”.
    (part of introduction)….
    THE TWO INCOME-TRAP: WHY MIDDLE-CLASS MOTHERS AND FATHERS ARE GOING BROKE. Elizabeth Warren is one of the co-authors. She’s a leading expert on bankruptcy, debt, and the middle class. Cited five years ago as one of the fifty most influential women lawyers in America, she teaches at Harvard Law School. Elizabeth Warren wrote this book with her daughter, Amelia Warren Tyagi.
    (part of the inteview about her betrayal by Hillary Clinton)….
    MOYERS: What did it mean when 25 years ago, the lending industry, the banking industry was deregulated? What did that mean for these people?
    WARREN: The deregulation of the consumer credit industry gave us lots of good things. Lots of credit available out there. Lots of people who can go out and borrow at low interest rates, but it also gave birth to a monster. And that monster is now eating middle class American families. That monster…
    MOYERS: And that monster?
    WARREN: It’s sub-prime credit. It’s predatory lenders. It’s learning that when the wholesale cost of money, that is what the banks can borrow the money for is down around two percent and they can find ways to lend it out at 18 percent, 22 percent, 26 percent, 34 percent that there are staggering profits to be made here.
    And it’s middle class families who are paying that money, and more to the point, it’s middle class families who get tangled in that debt when they lose a job, when somebody gets sick and they don’t have health insurance, when they divorce.
    So, the consequence is that credit card companies which this year will collect $78 billion, that’s billion dollars, in interest charges are in effect taxing a middle class. And it’s principally the middle class that’s already in financial trouble.
    MOYERS: You tell a story that to me illustrates what has happened to our political system in regards to the middle class, in regards to democracy in the country as a whole. And it involves Hillary Clinton.
    WARREN: I had written an op-ed about a piece of pending bankruptcy legislation. The credit card companies have been pushing to try to tighten the bankruptcy laws, sort of like locking the doors to the hospitals and then claiming nobody’s sick in America.
    So, they were trying to get the bankruptcy laws constrained, constricted, so that fewer families could get in. Why? Because you can make more money if those families don’t go into bankruptcy, if you’re a credit lender.
    And so I’d written an op-ed about how this would fall disproportionately hard on women who were raising families and who would be put in the position under this bill of trying to compete with Citibank, MasterCard, Visa, Bank One for getting alimony and child support from their ex-husbands.
    Mrs. Clinton evidently saw…
    MOYERS: The First Lady then.
    WARREN: The First Lady. She was then First Lady. This is the 1990s. Late 1990s. Mrs. Clinton saw the piece, and I got a call from the White House. And they said Mrs. Clinton was going to be in town to give a speech in Boston and would I come and meet with her. I said, “Sure.”
    And so I put together all my files. I show up at the appointed place. After she’s finished her speech, we’re ushered into a tiny, little room somewhere in the bowels of this hotel, and just the two of us. They close the door. Mrs. Clinton sits down. We have hamburgers and french fries.
    MOYERS: You tutor her.
    WARREN: And she says, “Tell me about bankruptcy.” And I got to tell you, I never had a smarter student. Quick, right to the heart of it. I go over the law. It’s a complex law. Went over the economics. Showed her the graphs, showed her the charts. And she got it.
    Within 20 minutes, she could play where the rest of it would come. Well, then that will mean this part’s happened. That will mean this has happened. I said, “Yes, that’s right.” And at the end of the conversation, Mrs. Clinton stood up. She said, “Let’s get our picture taken” which we did, and she said, “Professor Warren, we’ve got to stop that awful bill,” referring to this bankruptcy bill that sponsored by the credit card companies.
    So I left. She went back to White House, and I heard later from someone who is a White House staffer that there were skid marks in the hallways when Mrs. Clinton got back as people reversed direction on that bankruptcy bill. President…
    MOYERS: That was supporting the industry. And because of her…
    WARREN: President Clinton had been showing that this is another way that he could be helpful to business. It wasn’t a very high visibility bill. And when Mrs. Clinton came back with a little better understanding of how it all worked, they reversed course, and they reversed course fast. And indeed, the proof is in the pudding.
    The last bill that came before President Clinton was that bankruptcy bill that was passed by the House and the Senate in 2000 and he vetoed it. And in her autobiography, Mrs. Clinton took credit for that veto and she rightly should. She turned around a whole administration on the subject of bankruptcy. She got it.
    MOYERS: And then?
    WARREN: One of the first bills that came up after she was Senator Clinton was the bankruptcy bill. This is a bill that’s like a vampire. It will not die. Right? There’s a lot of money behind it, and it…
    MOYERS: Bill, her husband, who vetoed…
    WARREN: Her husband had vetoed it very much at her urging.
    MOYERS: And?
    WARREN: She voted in favor of it.
    MOYERS: Why?
    WARREN: As Senator Clinton, the pressures are very different. It’s a well-financed industry. You know a lot of people don’t realize that the industry that gave the most money to Washington over the past few years was not the oil industry, was not pharmaceuticals. It was consumer credit products. Those are the people. The credit card companies have been giving money, and they have influence.
    MOYERS: And Mrs. Clinton was one of them as Senator.
    WARREN: She has taken money from the groups, and more to the point, she worries about them as a constituency.

  6. In the interest of fairness, someone should do one of a naked Trump, with small hands and what is probably a micro penis that’s probably shriveled and covered with nasty chancres. Ha!
    I’m not a Clinton fan, but what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander and all that.

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