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The Ethics Of Hillary Clinton

Jerry Zeifman reminisces about Watergate:

After President Nixon's resignation a young lawyer, who shared an office with Hillary, confided in me that he was dismayed by her erroneous legal opinions and efforts to deny Nixon representation by counsel-as well as an unwillingness to investigate Nixon. In my diary of August 12, 1974 I noted the following:
John Labovitz apologized to me for the fact that months ago he and Hillary had lied to me [to conceal rules changes and dilatory tactics.] Labovitz said, "That came from Yale." I said, "You mean Burke Marshall [Senator Ted Kennedy's chief political strategist, with whom Hillary regularly consulted in violation of House rules.] Labovitz said, "Yes." His apology was significant to me, not because it was a revelation but because of his contrition.

At that time Hillary Rodham was 27 years old. She had obtained a position on our committee staff through the political patronage of her former Yale law school professor Burke Marshall and Senator Ted Kennedy. Eventually, because of a number of her unethical practices I decided that I could not recommend her for any subsequent position of public or private trust.

And now she stands a good chance of becoming the next president.

I never fail to be amazed at how blind people can be to the corruption of these people. Read the whole thing.


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Kent G. Budge wrote:

"The Ethics Of Hillary Clinton"

You're spending a lot of verbage here to discuss the empty set.

maz hess wrote:

Still today everybody thinks that this is not hillary. You hear a lot of people saying that hillary accepts everything what her advisers are doing with her. Those phrases remind me a little of the germans belief during the second world war that the crimes in those days could not have been Hitler. The ordinary people used to say if Hitler only would know about the crimes, he would stop them for shure.

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