When you call what they did to Bill Clinton during his presidency a witch hunt, you are absolutely correct. And it sure was a disgrace. In spite of that, it is quite remarkable how prosperous the nation was during his leadership---and with the surpluses (Imagine that---surpluses!) Clinton wanted to pay down the national debt (Bush used the by-his-time obviously fast-disappearing surpluses as a big part of his bogus, dishonest EXCUSE for tax cuts). Clinton was in many ways a very good president.<br><br>But today, I am extremely disappointed in Hillary's dishonesty. Her using the gasoline tax vacation as an issue was the last straw for me. Her husband's lying about sexual picadillos before a national audience was understandable---someone should have put Ken Starr on the stand before the country and forced him to talk under oath about his own personal sexual experiences!---but Hillary knows damned well that the gas tax suspension is phony, and she is using it in cold determination, taking advantage of Obama's honesty and the voters' foolish gullibility. I wonder if she still likes herself when she thinks of what she is doing. I wonder if she thinks of the contempt she [really] has for the voters when she goes to sleep at night.<br><br>I imagine Hillary Clinton has the conscience of a used car salesman. That was a great act, up there in New Hampshire, when the planted question was posed to her, how do you do it Hillary? and she said it was very personal for her and very hard, and she almost cried because she didn't want the nation "to fall back." And then, the sniper fire at Tusla airport---let's see, she was exhausted and "mis-spoke" the same mis-speech three or four times. Just what concept of "honor" could she possibly have? <br><br>Say what you will about Obama, I suspect he is a whole lot more "honorable" than Hillary. And I wish I could have the chance to find out if I was betting right. <br><br><br><br><br>
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