Hillary Clinton has a top money man for her campaign in 2016: Jeffrey Katzenberg, a 63-year-old Hollywood movie executive, home to democratic-socialists who root for people like Obama/Clinton. Is it not peachy that Democrats put down political opponents because they are wealthy – but presently in Washington, DC, the wealthiest of the politicians in percentage are Democrats. Let's face it, in modern politics if you want to run for office in Washington DC, you must be wealthy and/or know a lot of wealthy people. Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg (Dreamworks) are not only business partners, but they are uptight with the Clintons and have been since Bill Clinton's campaign for president and Bill and Hillary's days in the White House.Keith Koffler [White House Dossier & Washington Times] reveals interview with Hillary Clinton by Diane Sawyer ABC (to air tonight) where Hillary wails about being broke when leaving the White House. Broke? Remember the luxurious home they bought? She states:
You have no reason to remember, but we came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt. We had no money when we got there and we struggled to piece together the resources for mortgage’s for house’s for Chelsea’s education. You know, it was not easy.
Oh, you poor thing, Hillary. People have become homeless because they couldn't find jobs and unemployment ran out – and you had it rough. People do not remember Hillary because what you call “broke” is what the rest of us call wealthy. AS Koffler points out, any big debt was from lawyers saving Bill's bacon after he committed adultery and sex acts in the workplace (called the Oval Office) – right where he lived with his wife. The home they bought in Chappaquiddick, New York cost $6 million. You can see the photo of it at White House Dossier.
Koffler offers a song for Hillary, “Poor, Pitiful Me” by Linda Ronstadt.
Yes, poor Hillary.
Reality: Poor folks who worked for her, like those in Benghazi.
It's all about “ME” Hillary, isn't it? Like Obama, she throws anyone under the bus if they stand in the way of what their agenda is.