So, listen....if Mrs. Bush had said that she's given enough evidence that her husband's charitable foundation "will not be in the atmosphere" when she becomes Secretary of State, do you think the senate or the media would give it a pass? Check out the link and the video in the link.......Mrs. Clinton is obviously very confident she's given enough information, and here's a clip from the article:
"The AP reported Tuesday that Hillary Clinton intervened at least six times in government issues directly affecting companies and others that later contributed to her husband's foundation. The AP obtained three pieces of the correspondence under the Freedom of Information Act.
The letters and donations involve pharmaceutical companies and telecommunications and energy interests; all said their donations to the Clinton foundation had nothing to do with Hillary Clinton's previous work on their issues.
"Throughout her tenure, Senator Clinton has proven that she acts solely based on what she believes is best for the state and people she represents, without consideration to any other factor," spokesman said."
Will this be treated like Obama's been treated?....If the spokesman says it, it MUST be true?
Do you think this will go any further for Hillary and the senate will demand more information and better details of future donations to the foundation? Or is she scot free of any impropriety and could we be hanging out to dry if she does act in interests other than our own for the cash? Or for history which included payback of any kind?
Anybody think she's a really terrible nominee, or do you think she'll be fine. I have mixed feelings about it, myself.