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American Evita: Hillary Clinton's Path to Power
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So far, it seems to be a rather critical look at Hillary Clinton's rise to the top.
| May 12, 2013 |
Published in 2004, this was not very flattering to Hillary. Several days after finishing, the things that stick in my mind are: 1) The student-era dark-haired Hillary who wore large glasses allegedly did not bathe often, and 2) The Clintons supposedly did not want a Democratic victory in 2004 as that would make it harder for Hillary to run in 2008. I do not know if any of this is actually true.
| Oct 13, 2008 |
This is a book intended to smear Hillary's character.
| Jan 19, 2008 |
Get to know Hillary Clinton and some of the things that have happened in her past, present, and what she will want to do once she becomes president. I found this book very chilling and astonishing. A must read for anyone who plans on thinking about Hillary for any election... or not.
| Dec 15, 2007 |
Journalist Anderson argues that Bill Clinton and his wife, New York senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, are engaged in a long-term plan to win the presidency for Mrs. Clinton and a Supreme Court position for the former chief executive.
I am sure no one ever doubted that they had planned to be in the White House for sixteen years. Though I could never in my wildest dreams see former President Clinton appointed to the Supreme Court. You will read information that shows who Hillary really is. The book does re-hash some of their old and known crimes, and illuminates more details. And more importantly we see just how ruthless Hillary really is.
This book supports the allegations that Mrs. Clinton does not represent the democrats or any other party or person then herself. And she will destroy anyone who gets in her way. Hillary has spent years learning to hide who she really is from many. All this in an effort to try and make herself electable for public office. There is no question that she is intelligent, but very self-serving. If people knew what she really believed in, she would have even had lost Bill Clinton the White House. As this book is about Mrs. Clinton, be warned it does contain some of the strong language she is well known for. Yet still, this is a must read.
| Aug 23, 2007 |
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