Tuesday, January 30, 2007

More on Mrs. Clinton

A great column by Jan Moir of London's Daily Telegraph, "Whom Does Hillary Think She's Fooling?" about Mrs. Clinton's attempt to do a "soft-focus rebrand" of herself as she pursues the Presidency.

If you happened to miss last week's column by Gerard Baker of the Times of London, "The Vaulting Ambition of America's Lady Macbeth," be sure to catch that one too. These British columnists both have Mrs. Clinton pegged.

If you want to understand the real Hillary Clinton, I highly recommend Barbara Olson's THE FINAL DAYS: THE LAST, DESPERATE ABUSES OF POWER BY THE CLINTON WHITE HOUSE. Olson's earlier HELL TO PAY: THE UNFOLDING STORY OF HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON and Peggy Noonan's THE CASE AGAINST HILLARY CLINTON are also well-researched, worthwhile reads.

Unfortunately it looks like it's time for all of us to start remembering the Clinton White House we'd rather forget, in order to work to stop this woman from becoming President.


Blogger Irene said...

That was a great article. It will be interesting to see her when she starts the talk show rounds, especially Oprah. The book you refer to by Barbara Olsen is a must read. This is one scary, scary woman.

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