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Hillary anger out of control, Too dangerous temperament to serve as potus.

Hillary Clinton – is her anger manageable?

Posted on September 7th, 2007
Three recent biographies on Hillary Rodham Clinton, each by widely separated and totally diverse authors, have come to the same conclusion: Hillary has a terrible temper, holds long-lasting grudges, and has a fragile emotional state that can be traced to her childhood. The question these biographical accounts pose is: how will these flaws affect the country, should she win the White House?
The first biography of note was written by Carl Bernstein, one of the journalists who broke the Watergate scandal. In A Woman in Charge, Bernstein notes that Hillary Clinton has had bouts of depression and melancholy since she was a youngster, and experienced an especially severe episode a year after Bill Clinton was elected president in 1994.
Bernstein then recites published accounts of Mrs. Clinton’s temper, her tendency to label people as friends or enemies and, in the latter case, to bear lifelong grudges. Since her election as senator, Hillary has formed what is called her “war room” from which emerge strategies to deal harshly and mercilessly with her critics and opponents. Some insiders say Richard Nixon’s “enemies list” would be a fair comparison.
Bernstein manages to weave some compassion into his narrative, especially when detailing Hillary’s emotional turmoil brought about by Bill Clinton’s “bimbo eruptions” and the smarmy coverage of the Monica Lewinsky affair. Still, the conclusion Bernstein reaches is that Hillary is ruthless and willing to take on any opponent who dares to cross her path.
The second biography of Hillary, Her Way, comes from Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta, Jr., both Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalists for the New York Times. While acknowledging that Hillary is currently one of the most influential figures on the political scene, the authors say she is also “the single most divisive individual in our political landscape.” Gerth and Van Natta also bring up Hillary’s “war room” from which she and her staff plan savage attacks against her foes.
The authors remind us that she and Bill Clinton planned in the early days of their marriage how they would devise a path for him leading to the White House. Now it is Bill’s turn to accommodate Hillary.
In a piece contributed to Blogger News in July of this year “Bill Clinton’s role in Hillary’s campaign”, [ I wrote that the former president will be the secret weapon in his wife’s bid for the presidency. His role as a master strategist could even evolve to the point where Bill Clinton has his own campaign plane, press corps, and separate agenda for visiting crucial states.
With Bill’s help, say Gerth and Van Natta, Hillary may be able to “reinvent herself,” as she practically has done already, portraying herself as an antiwar candidate without refuting her previous position in 2002 when she voted to support Bush’s invasion of Iraq. The authors conclude that Hillary is “a meticulous architect of her persona with an almost scientific devotion to self-creation.”
The third book is more about Bill Clinton’s life in retirement, although the pages devoted to his wife are certainly biographical. The Clinton Crack-Up by R. Emmett Tyrrell also focuses on what the author calls Hillary’s “dreadful temper” and how first-hand accounts tell of her throwing objects at her husband and staff. Yet many of the incidents were never reported by the media, even though several reporters witnessed her rages first-hand. Tyrrell, who founded and edits The American Spectator, tells how for years Hillary had demanded that Secret Service agents carry her bags – despite rules that prohibit them from doing so. Tyrrell wonders how Hillary’s awesome temper would influence America’s destiny, should she ever be in control of the military and the Justice Department.
Some Republicans claim that Hillary may be “too angry” to be elected president. In response, Hillary retreated to the “war room” and emerged with the accusation that her Republican enemies are attacking her because of her gender, and were practicing political sexism. Hillary said she would wear the comment on her anger as “a badge of honor.”
It is too early, too soon, to predict a winner of the 2008 presidential election. But should Hillary Rodham Clinton be the successful candidate, America will have to learn how to deal with a president who may alternately be depressed and volatile, while being manipulated from the sidelines by the 42nd president of the United States.
– Chase.Hamil

Hillary Clinton’s State of Mind

800px-US_Navy_020712-N-5471P-010_EOD_teams_detonate_expired_ordnance_in_the_Kuwaiti_desertSeveral days ago, while being grilled by Senator Ron Johnson on Benghazi, Hillary
Clinton blurted out “what difference does it make?”
This is not the first time Hillary Clinton would have such outbursts. In addition, 
she is notorious for her explosive temper.
As a child, she punched a classmate when he accidentally bumped his bike into hers.
 She also punched her friend in the nose for giving away a baby rabbit (from a warren that
 she told him to guard). This same friend would later become her boyfriend, but she ended it after
 a snowball fight between the two ended in a wrestling match. Hillary must have thought he was
 being too rough (albeit unintentionally).
r explosive temper would continue through her political days. When Bill Clinton was starting on his political career, a staff member told her that she was rumored to be a lesbian, and to deny rumors. She replied “it’s nobody’s God d**n business.” When the staff member persisted that she deny the rumors, she then replied “f**k this s**t!”
After Bill was elected President, Hillary’s temper tantrums continued. Bill and Hillary were said to have referred to each other as “f***ing jerk” and “f***ing b***h” prior to the inauguration. Hillary was said to have thrown objects at Bill and/or Secret Service agents, ranging from lamps to the Bible. At one point she called Bill a “stupid mother f***er”. On another occasion, she burst into a room in the White House and asked a Secret Service agent “where’s the miserable c***sucker?” As a result, she became the most feared woman in the Clinton Administration. And she could turn her wrath on and off in a heartbeat.
One particular example would be when she received some bad news regarding the Whitewater Investigation and her immunity while heading to a fundraiser; the First Couple went at it verbally for quite some time in the Presidential Limousine, even continuing to argue after they had arrived at their destination. They soon emerged from the limo, but after getting onto an elevator, Hillary exploded at Bill as soon as the doors closed with a string of expletives: “God****it, you b*****d, it’s your f***ing fault”, etc. Bill simply reacted like a beaten puppy. But once the elevator doors opened, she returned to normal.
I can only imagine what it would be like if Hillary Clinton got into a shouting match with Rahm Emanuel (who always has an explosive temper).
You might be asking yourself, why does she have such temper tantrums? Was it her upbringing? Was it her embracing the ideology of the radical left? Was it her husband’s philandering? Or is she actually mentally unstable?
In addition to her bad temper, she is also a pathological liar. From claiming that her mother named her after Sir Edmund Hillary (even though she was born several years before he climbed Mount Everest) to saying that Chelsea came close to being near the World Trade Center on 9/11 (despite the fact that she was actually at a friend’s apartment on the other side of town), Hillary will lie in order to boost her popularity or win sympathy. Or at least cover her hide (as in the case of Benghazi).
Some people have questioned her sanity, while others claimed she is soulless. At any rate, given her mental state (and the blood clots in her head), she must concede to the fact her political career is over, and that means the end of her presidential ambitions. One might say she should even check herself into a mental institution.
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