Why I Hate Hillary


She lies.

A lot.

About anything and everything.

The Benghazi Hearings Confirm Yet Again What a Brazen Liar Hillary Is


But something else was made clear this week: Hillary Clinton is a committed and unapologetic liar. Of course, this wasn’t actually a revelation any more than testimony from the Secretary of the Interior that, after extensive study, he can confirm that bears do, in fact s** * in the woods.


Yesterday’s hearings confirmed that Hillary Clinton deliberately and knowingly lied when she blamed it all on that video. This really isn’t a debatable point now. We can argue about why she lied and we can debate whether that lie matters. But that she lied is incontrovertible.

First of all, we know that the video story wasn’t, in fact, true.

Second, we know that the Obama administration knew it wasn’t true.

Third we know that Hillary knew it wasn’t true. (You could claim that she was lying to the Egyptian prime minister when she said, “We know that the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film.” But it seems less likely that she would have lied to her own daughter on the night of the attack.)

After reading many of Clinton’s e-mails — never mind her bizarre claim in the Democratic debate that the Libyan intervention was a success story — it seems pretty clear that one of her motivations was to shift blame away from what she — and Sid Blumenthal — had wrought. They had schemed for a long time to find a way to spin the Libyan adventure as her triumph in anticipation of a presidential run. The Benghazi debacle threatened to shed light on the underlying policy failure — not just of failing to provide security, but of the whole intervention. Better to blame the video.


And this brings us to the most clarifying lesson from the last week. It’s less a clarification than a reminder. The mainstream media will never, ever, be a friend to the Republicans. That’s not to say that they will always come to the rescue of Democrats. Hillary Clinton has gotten some tough but fair coverage from the MSM. But whenever there’s an unavoidable choice to be on one side of the cultural divide or the other, the MSM will stand with the Democrats because, at the end of the day, they are Democrats and they think Democrats are normal people.

This is an important point because I think conservatives have a tendency to see things like this through the prism of ideological bias. That is obviously part of the equation. But an under-appreciated factor is that the press just sees Democrats as normal and Republicans as “the other.” The Clintons have always been brilliant at exploiting this. They’re gaslighting the press and the country. Republicans respond with anger and overreach, and the press takes the bait. It’s much easier for them to forgive the Clintons for their wanton and brazen lies than it is to look past Republican tantrums — real or perceived. The social circles of the elite press and the Democratic party overlap almost completely. Friends, spouses, and former colleagues go to work for Democrats or become media peers. Vast networks of them rely on the Clintons one way or another. And they become corrupted by it, in large ways and small. That’s why I keep saying “lie” and “liar” with regard to the Clintons. We shouldn’t let anyone get away with the idea that the Clintons are just like other politicians or that what they’ve done isn’t what it is. It makes all of the right people wince when you call Hillary a liar, because the truth still stings.

Everything that comes out of that woman’s mouth is a lie, including “if”, “and” and “but”. Everything about her is fake, including the color of her hair and the number of wrinkles on her face. She gets her positions on the issues not from the application of deeply held principles but from focus-group testing.

Even when she isn’t lying she is trying to conceal the truth.

I am ashamed to admit I ever supported her.

One of the things that people say they like about Donald Trump is that he says what he thinks. Even if they disagree with what he said they find his honesty refreshing.


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115 Responses to Why I Hate Hillary

  1. Myiq2xu says:

  2. helenk3 says:

    i made a comment on facebook to a.
    site called conservative clown car. they were mocking trey gowdy, I said when in came to security I would trust Trey Gowdy before Hillary CLinton, just compare their records. They have decided that I am dumb and only watch Fox News and Alex Jones. They explained to me how the republicans only help big corporations , but dems help the middle class and the vets I explained that I was an Independent after leaving the democratic party after almost 50 years.. When I replied that their president just vetoed a defense bill that funded the VA and military pay. I was told because I did not think of him as my president, I must be a traitor or a terrorist

    Ahh remember the good old days when you could have a political discussion with out name calling.
    Even when I was a dem, I never considered republicans as terrorists or enemies and had some good political discussions

    • DeniseVB says:

      Sane political discussions ended with Obama, and now, Hillary supporters are doubling down on it. I limit my political discussions on FB to the private Ace group so my comments won’t show up on my timeline. Even the Acebook requires a thick skin, I don’t dare mention Trump anymore, and when I went to Redstate, the venom poured out on Erick Erickson who’s anti-Trump too. Go figure. 😉

      • lyn says:

        I try to call out the bigotry against conservatives and Republicans when I see it on FB. I don’t remember being this brainwashed when I was a Democrat.

        • leslie says:

          I was that brainwashed. I didn’t realize it until my conversations with siblings who, if not for being my beloved siblings, would be eliminated from my social contact list.
          Did you know that Romney is an “idiot”? and that Walker is a “fraud who did immeasurable damage to Wisconsin”? and that Cruz is a “traitor and idiot”? Rubio is “stupid”? When I asked for examples, they said “because they’re republicans and are only in politics to help themselves”. These are my flesh and blood and this is representative of our upbringing.
          Oh, and many of you know that my father was Slavic, and his father and mother were Jewish. We were taught to respect all religions and the right state of Israel to exist. When the topic of the Iran “deal” came up in conversation, my sister said that Israel should be “wiped off the face of the earth for what they do to the Palestinians”. And that the only reason the republicans were against it is because ‘obama is black” and Republicans hate “blacks”.
          Yes, my niece’s wedding was successful. No one was killed – or jailed.
          I’ve had similar interactions with my across-the-hall neighbor. She is gay and she refused to believe that bronco made his decisions r/t LGBT equality for political gain. Even with the revelations (which she said were “meaningless because Bush did worse”) in the Benghazi hearing this week, she shrugged them off saying there was “never this much investigation into Bush’s role in 9/11”. She’s a D as well.

  3. Dora says:

    And about her opponent – notice the ‘experts’ are no longer saying he’ll be the nominee. Now it’s the next president. I love the sound of that! 🙂

    Donald Trump will be the next president: Political experts are starting to consider the impossible


    • DeniseVB says:

      I also noticed some leftys are throwing their hands up and passive agressively commenting “Well then, DC deserves Trump” endorsing him. 🙂

  4. 1539days says:

    In about 7 years, I’ve seen a PUMA site go from supporting McCain/Palin to today’s post that “Republicans Are The Enemy.” The funniest part is that Republicans have to be the enemy because Hillary Clinton said they were and she’s catching heat for it. Supporting Clinton means doubling down on stupid to explain the lies.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think the “Republicans are my Enemy” comment is going to come back to bite her in the butt. That’s what you send out your surrogates to say, it’s not very Presidential to actually be the bully. And, she’s not Obama. Even Joe Biden and Jim Webb wouldn’t back her on that.

      • lyn says:

        Hillary has a screw loose. We can’t have another sociopath in the White House. Two in a row would be too much!

        • DeniseVB says:

          But Vagina ! So sad to read former Dem friends really supporting that one quality that’s so important to them (cough, edge, cough uppity). They were never for Sarah nor Carly, truly two viable candidates whose vaginas had brains and accomplishments.

          Also, I noticed Hill slamming the salaries of Hedge Fund managers when her son-in-law is a Hedge Fund manager. WTF?

          • lyn says:

            They just hate Republicans, period.

          • elliesmom says:

            You know that saying Bush flubbed? “Fooled me once, shame on you. Fooled me twice, shame on me.” The problem is women (and men) like Uppity don’t understand they were had by Hillary Clinton in 2008. They’re still putting all of the blame on Obama and the DNC. They don’t think Hillary sold them out. If there were any “deficiencies” in Hillary’s tenure as Secretary of State, they were all the result of her needing to do Obama’s bidding because she worked for him. His fault, not hers. If Hillary is such a strong woman, as they contend she is, why does she have so little personal agency? She’s been Obama’s bitch since that sickening love fest in Unity, NH in June of 2008. But for another cliche- “There are none so blind as those who will not see.”

          • Myiq2xu says:

            The email thingie is 100% on her – she was trying to keep anyone from knowing what she was up to (including Obama).

    • swanspirit says:

      I saw that too, SMH ,

      • Anthony says:

        Me too, and I’m not surprised that this particular source went that way. It seems to be a trend among some of the original PUMAs. Their (that site and one prominent PUMA in particular on FB) whole diatribe is “Kill all white men! ” and “Republicans are the enemy”.

        Again, not a bit surprised after what happened to me there in 2012.

    • DeniseVB says:

      In our area, sometimes you can get a free cup of coffee for an “I Voted” sticker, never heard of CASH prizes before.

    • 1539days says:

      The prize is actually for anyone who walks out of a polling place at a random time. You don’t have to vote, but there’s not a lot of other reasons to hang around a polling building.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    I do not like Hillary 2.016 at all and her supporters are giving me many reasons why. Just like the aholes who jumped on the Obama Unicorn during Hillary 2.008, she’s simply using that playbook now and encouraging her supporters to do so as well. Hillbots ! Don’t forget, she’s fundraising off her Benghazi testimony so keep in mind……

    • leslie says:

      I saw that too. And think I responded – but maybe not. It was one of the best comments on twitter that day.

    • lizzy says:

      I guess the people under attack in Benghazi didn’t have to wait that long–they were already dead.

  6. helenk3 says:

    this is a terrible but true picture

  7. DeniseVB says:

    Hillary supporters are going to love then hate this MoDo piece … I liked the comments too 🙂


    • leslie says:

      And many of the comments (like those of her twitter and blog supporters) mention her performance. If all we needed for a president – or any government bigwig – were performers, I’d have to vote for Michael Douglas or Kevin Kline or Martin Sheen. It seems acting is the only thing that is required for the top jobs any more. Hell my nearly 5 year old g-baby is a great actress. And she hasn’t learned to lie – yet.

  8. helenk3 says:

    hillary at the state dept

  9. DeniseVB says:

  10. gram krakka says:

    Got the following email from my daughter, who is a recovering democrat.

    Got a chance to see some late news Friday night (a first in a couple weeks) and thinking about the future. Kind of a bummer right now. As a person who used to exclusively vote democrat because I was under the misimpression that what passed for news from the mainstream media was accurate and relatively unbiased, it has been really sobering to see how wrong I was (how naive…).

    Clinton really sucks (both of the bums). With it’s current world policies this administration is really racking up the body count – I imagine it has or will exceed the Bushes. And still the growing minorities will band together and vote Hillary in even though the democrats are against their faith and cultural values, as well as poor financial stewards.

    Kind of stinks that another lying (and I mean LYING – there is intention there), incompetent hack will probably be stinking up the oval office. Came across some interesting articles and videos out there about the tragedy and travesty of Benghazi – of course the majority of people who vote don’t give a shit and know even less. They’ll only care when the money tree withers and their free stuff runs out, or all their pipe-dreams (several meanings there – can you figure them out) turn out to be unfounded or exaggerated to the extreme – by then it’ll be a struggle to get back what we’ve lost – hope, freedom, personal responsibility, self-determination, and control by, for, and of the people at the local, state, and federal level.

    • 1539days says:

      Austerity was a preview of what happens when the money for free stuff runs out. Most countries are holding out long-term cuts until the global economy improves so they can scrap them. Eventually, there’ll be no delay tactics. Creditors will just stop giving money without the guarantee of a payback.

    • DeniseVB says:

      She’s not alone. ❤

    • leslie says:

      Smart young woman. It’s so rewarding to see/hear of a person’s ability to thoughtfully change her/his mind.

    • AFVet says:

      Smart girl right there.
      We need more of them.

  11. DeniseVB says:

  12. Myiq2xu says:

  13. gram krakka says:

    Hillary continues to be the preordained Democrat candidate for President. Unless there are compelling reasons to vote for Democrat primary candidates for local, state and federal offices, I fully expect that many Democrats will actually vote for a Republican presidential candidate in primaries in states that allow the voter on election day to specify which ballot they want, Republican or Democrat. Why waste their primary vote on Hillary, when they can make mischief for the Republicans. They question is, for whom would they vote.

    After a 20 month absence I am currently in Ohio while on a ~3,000 mile cross country odyssey to attend a wedding at Possum Trot, TN, the 95th birthday of my beloved aunt Mary (my mother’s last surviving sister) and the funeral of a dear cousin in Joplin, MO (she and her husband survived the disintegration of their home around them during the 2011 tornado that killed 161).

    While in Ohio I was surprised to see that this November, Ohio is voting on the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana, including edibles. At least it is on the ballot this year and not during a Presidential election year. If it passes I imagine that a lot of stoners will be too lazy to get their fat asses out to vote for Hillary next November.

    • AFVet says:

      Welcome to Ohio Gram.
      Ohio has a closed primary and I don’t like that.
      My wife is a registered dem, but she is a conservative.
      She would have to change her party affiliation just to vote !
      I think that all states should have open primaries.

      BTW, the grass issue is up for grabs at this point.

      • DeniseVB says:

        After 2012, it was obvious, if the electoral system were fair, every state’s Congressional District would have rewarded their Electoral votes by districts won, not by winner take all in the popular vote. Romney would have won in a landslide that year.

        Virginia tried to change that but was shot down in the Assembly as “racist”. With McAulliffe as gov now, Hillary will win Virginia in the 2016 General.

  14. gram krakka says:

    Here are 3 of the news stories my daughter was referring to that bummed her. Of course the source of the 5 links she sent to me is Fox, so would be discounted by Dems. It is a “through the looking glass” world when cable news Fox does better investigation, reporting and opinion pieces than do the alphabet networks and major newspapers.

    Re-examining Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi testimony
    Catherine Herridge takes a closer look at the former secretary of state’s statements

    John Bolton’s take on questioning at Benghazi hearing (never thought I would appreciate Bolton’s insights)

    Hillary Clinton showed us a glimpse of her soul at Benghazi hearings. It was chilling
    By K.T. McFarland

    “It was a masterful performance. She showed enormous discipline and nearly super-human stamina.
    She let nothing slip. But in the end she let everything slip. She got a perfect score, but failed the test.

    She didn’t mean to, but she showed us a glimpse into her soul.

    It was chilling.

    We now know that when Secretary Clinton met the plane carrying the bodies of the four Americans who died at Benghazi that the Obama administration had intially lied about what happened.

    She stood over the flag-draped coffins of four dead Americans knowing that the first narrative blamed their deaths on an Internet video, which caused a demonstration outside the consulate to turn into a deadly attack, when she already knew the truth.

    She looked into the eyes of the families of the fallen heroes knowing all about that.

    She always knew they died from a planned terrorist attack from an Al Qaeda-like group. That’s what she told her family and foreign leaders according to newly released emails.

    So why support the false narrative at the start? Because the Obama administration had an election to win eight weeks later, and a terrorist attack that killed four Americans didn’t fit into that plan.

    President Obama asked voters to reelect him because he had killed Usama bin Laden. Al Qaeda was on the ropes. Qaddafi was dead and the Libyan war a success. The wave of war was a receding. President George W. Bush’s War on Terror was over because Obama and Clinton had won it.

    A terrorist attack that killed Americans at Benghazi did not fit into that campaign narrative, so it had to be retold and spun into a different story. It wasn’t radical Islamist terrorists, but a spontaneous demonstration that got out of control in reaction to an obscure Internet video.”

  15. simofish says:

    May 31st 2008 woke me up. The GOP and DNC are private organizations. The DNC didn’t want HRC in 2008 and looked what happened. The GOP doesn’t want Trump now and trying to figure out how to stop him. Probably going to bus in people from Chicago (like the Dems did for Barry ) to caucus for Carson.
    HRC just like any other politician is going to do and say whatever they must to win. I don’t like or trust any of them. I also feel like my vote doesn’t count.
    I see the same thing happening at work- I just spent 2 years @ corporate HQ. People lying stabbing others in the back to get ahead. Leaders in power and watched them abuse it. Give favors to their peeps.
    I am disappointed, feel powerless and refusing to get pissed about this injustice. I will say if I ever saw Barry and Moochelle on the side of the road bleeding I would kick each in the face.

  16. helenk3 says:


    one of the truths of the “peter principle” is that if you want to know what is going on in any organization ask the janitor. Because the higher up you go the more levels between you and what is really happening.

    here we have a woman that does not give a damn about anything but herself and how much power and money she can get who surrounds herself with yes people.

    sounds like the peter principle to me

  17. swanspirit says:

    A campaign slogan Hillary will never use : ASK HILLARY FOR HELP….
    it could get you killed…

  18. helenk3 says:

    I hope this works
    this song is so today

    • Anthony says:

      It was NEVER a secret, Helen. The MSM and D’s just think that we’re stupid enough to buy that line of sh!t. Along with the BS about a video.

    • gram krakka says:

      Almost immediately upon learning of the death of Ambassador Stevens and the 3 others at the consulate and CIA Annex on Sept. 11, 2012, I turned to my daughter and said, “This is Obama’s Iran/Contra”. Unfortunately the media isn’t as zealous about investigating the Obama administration’s covert activities as they were Reagan’s.

      I would ask Hillary what she has concluded should be done differently to minimize the danger to diplomatic personnel in volatile locations. After she infamously said, “what difference does it make”, she went on to state something about the need to know what happened so it could be prevented from happening again. If she becomes President (shudder) she is likely to have similar situations arise.

      It is not unusual for State personnel to be withdrawn from a post during a dangerous situation, either permanently or temporarily. Who makes that call? The State personnel on site? Someone at State located stateside? The Secretary? Who? Would she recommend that procedures be modified so that Ambassadors have the means to and are instructed to directly contact the Secretary when their security concerns aren’t being adequately addressed through customary channels? How are you going to recruit the best people when it is now known that if you want a helping hand, you better look out at the end of your own arm, cause you are on your own?

  19. Dora says:

    They really do despise The Donald. 😦

    • DandyTIger says:

      Of course. Because the uniparty establishment are perfectly fine with an acceptable establishment candidate of either party. If it’s not on the Repub side, they’re fine with the Dem side. And although in the past they weren’t for Hillary as much as a empty suit puppet, they figure she’ll do this time around.

  20. helenk3 says:


    read the article and the comments

    it is so odd how different people can watch the same thing and see it differently. Guess that is why “eye witness” testimony is not considered reliable

  21. Dora says:

    I don’t remember him saying these kind of things. I wonder if he is being influenced by the PACs that are running his campaign in Iowa.

    Ben Carson: Americans lazy, endorses Amnesty at IOWA “OCTOBER RALLY”

    It appears Carson has bought into all the PC establishment propaganda mindsets. The same mindsets they have used to make America a mess again and again.

    He is now repeating their jargon on the campaign trail. Carson is making soft spoken whispers that ring out loud and offensive. One of his latest whispers is, “Americans are lazy, they won’t work the jobs illegal immigrants do.”


    • DandyTIger says:

      He’s been saying that all along. It seems Iowans are good with that view.

      • dm says:

        My son is an electrician. Once upon a time, we carpooled. There was a great deal of construction going on at my job, and I asked him one day if his crew had as many hispanic workers as what I observed at my job. He said, yeah, they are mostly laborers, not skilled electricians, etc. He also said there were very few blacks in comparison because none ever applied for those jobs. So, I can see how it’s very easy to come to a conclusion that there are people that simply won’t apply for those jobs and they go to others.

        • 1539days says:

          Before CNN ousted him, Lou Dobbs used to talk about that all the time. What illegal Mexicans do is the same job for less than an American can reasonably earn. It’s easy when you live in single family dwellings filled with 2 dozen people.

  22. DeniseVB says:

    I put a an early Monday a.m. thread in the barn, see you guys tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow!

  23. DandyTIger says:

    After all the taunting from Trump about Ford moving to Mexico, they decided to change plans and put the plant in Ohio instead. Damn.

  24. Myiq2xu says:


    The bigger problem is that the story doesn’t work, and can’t the way he is trying to write it: with Mary Mapes as the put-upon hero, the innocent victim of fate and a conservative mob. Ultimately the story is not about the truth of the documents, in his vision, because we’ll never know. Except … we do know. The details add up to an obvious hoax. And the real-life events don’t match the narrative he’s trying to tell, forcing him into progressively klunkier devices to cover up the jarring discordances.

    The most glaring example of this is the scene where CBS calls the source of the memos, after the story begins to fall apart, and he delivers his third and craziest tale about where he got them, a cloak-and-dagger tale of mysterious strangers and unmarked envelopes. We know it’s crazy. Vanderbilt knows it’s crazy, because he has the Mapes character roll her eyes and circle her temple with her finger. He almost has to show that, because the alternative is to portray her as someone too hopelessly gullible to be trusted with a Sunday School picnic.

    But of course, relying on a source telling crazy stories is one of the major reasons she got fired, something Vanderbilt doesn’t want to tell us. He doesn’t explore the obvious question: Why, after hearing these stories, doesn’t Mary Mapes understand that the documents have problems? Instead he drops it and moves on to a conspiracy theory about Viacom placating Republicans while lobbying for telecom legislation.

    In fairness, it is hard to imagine Vanderbilt successfully convincing an audience with the explanation that Mapes gave in her book:

    “As I sat listening to Burkett’s scenario spill out, I realized how truly ridiculous this sounded from our vantage in New York. But in Texas, one of the world capitals of ‘[expletive deleted] happens,’ a place where bull semen is worth its weight in gold (and the bizarre long ago became the mundane), I believed it was quite possible that Bill Burkett was finally telling the truth, the whole weird truth, and nothing but the truth. By God, in Texas, anything could happen.”

    Talk about bias!

  25. 1539days says:

    In about half an hour, Discovery Life will replay a surgery by Dr. Ben Carson.

    Warning – there’s blood and other stuff.

  26. helenk3 says:


    Well one thing the backtrack bunch has shown us, there is not one government dept now where truth trumps politics

  27. helenk3 says:


    I do not remember this story coming out in 2008. If I had read it there would have been no way in hell, I would have voted for her

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