Sunday, June 29, 2014

Pinocchio vs. Hillary Lies . . . Pinocchio Wins by a Nose

During the Watergate investigation Hillary Clinton lied in a legal brief and later removed evidence from public access that would document her conduct for conspiring to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality in a scheme to deny Richard Nixon the right to counsel during the investigation.

She has lied about dodging sniper fire in Bosnia, she misrepresented her record opposing the Iraq War, she misrepresented her role in the Irish Peace Accord, and she misrepresented the extent to which her daughter was in danger on 9/11 stating that Chelseawas jogging around the Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. (She was home in bed watching it on TV), she claimed she was named after Sir Edmund Hillary (Edmund Hillary didn’t reach the top of Mount Everest until six years after Hillary Rodham was born), she lied about supporting NAFTA, she lied about her role in the passage of the Family and Medical Leave Act, she lied about her trip to Africa, she lied about the “uninsured” woman who died after childbirth.

As Secretary of State she lied about Benghazi  . . . a congressional report now shows that security cuts before the Benghazi attack were approved by her, and that White House talking points describing the events were edited to protect the State Department.

If Obama considers his administration the most transparent one ever in history, Hillary would have to claim her administration to be the most opaque ever.

To the Hillary followers . . . what difference does it make, what is one more lie?

Pinocchio’s nose couldn’t keep up with Hillary’s list of lies.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Please Help With Your Donations

All of us have drawers full of objects, gifts that we have never used (and probably never will), furniture we don’t really need or use but keep “just in case” and items that we’ve had for years may be difficult to part with due to nothing more than familiarity while serving no functional purpose.

Do you have a good pair of walking/running shoes that you no longer wear? When was the last time you used your stereo or walkman? Perhaps an old cell phone with a Bluetooth stuck in the back of a dresser drawer?

If you have furniture or household items that no longer fit your lifestyle, but are still useable, there are those who could use your furniture donation. A sofa donation could mean the difference of sleeping on the floor; a kitchen table with chairs means a family can eat together; an old blender would come in handy for someone to better prepare meals.

Bedding, bath towels, small appliances . . . in hard times it is important to make sure your donations will actually go towards helping those in need.  Your donation helps provide vital services to those who need it most.

Even an old stained dress, or camouflage gear for dodging sniper fire would be welcome.

 Please help former President William Jefferson Clinton and past Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  The Clinton’s are dead broke and need you.

For more information contact Hillary by sending her a letter at, 15 Old House Lane, Chappaqua, New York, 10514, to see how you can help.