By John W. Lillpop
Democrat politicians who peddle the foolish notion of a GOP ‘war on women,’ need to be reminded, again, again, and again, of the real war against the weaker sex waged by Bill Clinton, former President of the US, and spouse of Hillary Rodham Clinton, whom, if she were elected President, would presumably drag the impeached Clinton back into the White House.
Is this really what America needs, after eight years of Marxist rule by a congenital liar and incompetent community organizer?
After years of abuse at the hands of a congenital lying community organizer and Marxist, why in the hell should America allow a sexual predator back into the White House, if only in the capacity as POTUS spouse?
Surely we can do better?
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky thinks so, and is speaking out on the subject.
As reported at the reference:
Senator Rand Paul who has been in a bit of a tiff recently with the Clintons, says that any Democrat who has raised campaign money with former President Clinton should return the cash to protest his sexual behavior in the White House.
Speaking on C-SPAN’s “Newsmakers” program, in an interview airing Sunday, Mr. Paul said Democrats are being hypocritical by criticizing Republicans as waging a war on women while at the same time embracing Mr. Clinton, who was impeached for lying about a sexual relationship with a White House intern.
“They can’t have it both ways. And so I really think that anybody who wants to take money from Bill Clinton or have a fundraiser has a lot of explaining to do. In fact, I think they should give the money back,” Mr. Paul, Kentucky Republican, said. “If they want to take position on women’s rights, by all means do. But you can’t do it and take it from a guy who was using his position of authority to take advantage of young women in the workplace.”
Mr. Paul recently called Mr. Clinton a “sexual predator” for his relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
The House voted to impeach Mr. Clinton in 1998, making him the second president in history to face such a dishonor.
The Senate voted not to convict him.
Mr. Clinton remains popular with Democratic voters, and even attended a Senate Democratic retreat this week to talk policy and strategy. And he remains a popular fundraiser on the campaign trail.
Some Democrats have sprung to the Clintons’ defense, including Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri, who said it was “infuriating” for Mr. Paul to cite Mr. Clinton as a response to the GOP’s policies toward women. She also said it was unfair to tarnish Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is pondering whether to run for president in 2016, with the actions of her husband.
“I think most women understand that they should not be held accountable for the behaviors of their husbands. And you know, frankly, it was a long time ago, and our country did very well under the leadership of Bill Clinton,” Ms. McCaskill told MSNBC.
McCaskill, who is supporting Mrs. Clinton in 2016, didn’t always feel that way. In 2008, she supported then-Sen. Barack Obama over Mrs. Clinton and commented that she wouldn’t want her daughter to be near Mr. Clinton.
Mr. Paul said Mr. Clinton’s settlement with Paula Jones in 1999, in which he paid $850,000 to settle Ms. Jones’ claims of sexual harassment, is an admission of guilt by the former president. He also said Mr. Clinton was “convicted” by the public for harassment with Ms. Lewinsky.”
Perhaps Senator McCaskill can answer a simple question:
Hillary Clinton “Stood by her man” at a time when Slick was using the power and prestige of his office to seduce helpless women in the halls of the White House.
What does Hillary’s silence during Slick’s debauchery say about her judgment and values?