Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Is Hillary Inhaling?

I have a very, very serious question to ask. Let me preface it with this: it has been proven that the use of marijuana affects memory. The more mary jane used, the more the memory is affected.
Now for my question. Does Hillary Clinton prefer a Colombian crop, Jamaican, or some of that sticky California stuff? (Note, I'm going by hearsay, of course, as I actually have NO experience with this least, not that I can remember...).

Or maybe she just likes to slide the blade into Bill's back at every opportunity and give just the right twist while coming across as trying to blame Bush for things?

This is reminiscent of the story she told about the uninsured woman who died after giving birth in Ohio because she couldn't get medical care during her pregnancy, who turned out to not only to have been insured but to have been under the care of a doctor her entire pregnancy and had never been denied treatment.

Maybe it's something stronger than mary jane?

The newest "twist of the blade" comes in the form of a story about a plant in Indiana that was bought out by a Chinese corporation and subsequently closed by them, with Hillary laying the blame for the closure at the feet of President Bush.

If she were president, she says, she'd fight to protect those jobs. It's just the kind of talk that's helping her win support form working-class Democrats worried about jobs and paychecks, not to mention their country's security.

What Clinton never tells in the oft-repeated tale is the role prominent Democrats played in selling the company and its technology to the Chinese. She never mentions that big-time Democratic contributor George Soros helped put together the deal to sell the company, or that the sale was approved by the administration of her husband.

And again we find the guiding hand of that eminent globalist George Soros. Coincidence? I think not. I don't believe in coincidence. Neither, it seems, do voters in Indiana, some of whom have been writing the newspapers in letters to the editor to call Senator Clinton's hand on yet another "caught with egg on her face" moment where she's being less than truthful.

A lot less than truthful.

Or maybe that's just the way she remembers it? If that's the case, can we possibly be looking at the legalization of marijuana under Hillary Clinton if she's elected President?

Just a thought.

Once and Always, an American Fighting Man


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