Which reminds us all of Clinton campaign cash from the past…
THE ISSUE: Bill Clinton’s business dealings and his refusal to disclose his charity’s donors.
The Post’s editorial, “Can the Clintons Change?” (Feb. 4) is a serious piece of rhetorical wit.
What is most amusing is that, regardless of how much slime they add to the headlines, there’s a 50/50 chance that this dog-and-pony act could occupy the White House again.
It’s like the OJ Simpson murder trial. Let’s not let the truth get in the way of the facts.
Most troubling is the public’s approval of these two dishonest people. Somehow, this society thinks that lying and cheating are admirable traits.
It’s a sad day in America if this is the best we have to offer. It cheapens the very foundation that makes this nation special.
Wake up, America. Scandals are second nature to the Clintons – and apparently to a large segment of voters.
Bill Clinton’s apparent influence-peddling in Kazakhstan pales in comparison to the mysterious funding sources for his $165 million presidential library.
I am appalled that a man, twice sworn to the presidency and whose wife now seeks that office, refuses to reveal the names of the donors.
These are funds that were solicited from the Oval Office while he was a sitting president. Who does he seek to protect with such secrecy, and why?
We should withhold federal funding for the operation of any library named for any president, Republican or Democrat, if that library has been built with funds from secret sources.
If Bill is going to campaign on Hillary’s behalf, and if she wants to be the candidate of change, Hillary should show some leadership and use her newly found voice to demand full and immediate disclosure.
No wonder voters don’t trust the Clintons: The pervasive scent of “quid pro quo” follows them wherever they go, even to Kazakhstan.
If Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton becomes president, will First Hubby Bill be forced to register as a foreign agent due to the mysterious uranium deal in Kazakhstan and overseas contributions to the Clinton Library and Clinton Foundation?
Clinton uses his political muscle to get a millionaire businessman a lucrative mineral deal in Kazakhstan, the guy donates $31 million to the Clinton Foundation and this only looks suspicious?
If Hillary Clinton wins the election, this kind of behavior might continue.
Are these people for real, or do they just pretend to be naive?