Hillary Thinks We’re as Corrupt as Nigeria


Why, precisely, Ivy League Democrats think that identifying with African kleptocratic dictators will help either the people of Africa or the United States is beyond me, but they seem to. Now, Hillary Clinton (of all people) has diminished Nigeria’s endemic corruption with a comparison to Florida 2000:

Clinton caused another firestorm during her trouble-plagued Africa tour last night by drawing comparisons between political corruption in Nigeria and President Bush’s contested election win nine years ago in Florida….

“Our democracy is still evolving. You know we had some problems in some of our presidential elections,” she said. “As you may remember, in 2000 our presidential election came down to one state where the brother of one of the men running for president was governor of the state. So we have our problems too.”

Seriously? Hillary is complaining about corruption arising from a family relationship with the governor of a southern State? That resurrects memories I would think Hillary ought want to stay buried.

Now, if she had compared Nigerian corruption to Chicago politics..

On another note don’t relax just because the White House appears to be backing off on single payer. It’s all smoke and mirrors/3 card monty bullshit. They’ve backed off on how they’re attacking us, not on their Marxist plans. Keep contacting your elected officials, it’s working but don’t stop now. I have the link on the right of this page. It only takes a couple of minutes to fight a lifetime of oppression. Tell them you want NO form of government “help” with health care.

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