Paula Corbin Jones (born Paula Rosalee Corbin; September 17, 1966) is a former Arkansas state employee who sued U.S. President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment. The Paula Jones case precipitated Clinton's impeachment and acquittal by the Senate on February 12, 1999. Charges of perjury and obstruction of justice were brought against Clinton. Eventually, the court dismissed the Paula Jones harassment lawsuit, before trial, on the grounds that Jones failed to demonstrate any damages. However, while the dismissal was on appeal, Clinton entered into an out-of-court settlement by agreeing to pay Jones $850,000. Source: Wikipedia



Gennifer Flowers (born January 24, 1950) is an American model and actress who obtained notoriety after revealing a sexual relationship with former U.S. President Bill Clinton. In January 1998, Bill Clinton testified under oath that he had sexual relations with Ms. Flowers.[1] Prior to Bill Clinton's presidency, she also posed nude for Penthouse magazine and was an actress in two films and one TV show. Source: Wikipedia


Juanita Broaddrick is a former nursing home administrator from Arkansas. She alleged in 1999 that United States President Bill Clinton had raped her two decades earlier. President Clinton's attorney, David Kendall, denied the allegations on his client's behalf. Clinton refused to comment further on the issue. Source: Wikipedia



Monica Samille Lewinsky (born July 23, 1973) is a former White House intern with whom President Bill Clinton admitted to having had what he called an "inappropriate relationship" while she worked at the White House in 1995 and 1996. The affair and its repercussions, which included Clinton's impeachment, became known as the Lewinsky scandal. Source: Wikipedia


FACT: Instead of embracing her own self-esteem and consistently acting as an advocate for the fair and non-sexist treatment of women, Hillary Clinton stood by a man who, as early as 1978, is validated to repeatedly philander, engage is sexist practices while in public office, and who repeatedly failed to embrace the fidelity of marriage – her marriage!


QUESTION 1: Has Hillary Clinton demonstrated the decision-making ability required to be President of the United States of America given her lackadaisical, carefree, and flippant acceptance of her husband’s repeated infidelity; and her own rather nonchalant handling of numerous major controversies, including Whitewater, Travelgate, Filegate, Hillary Rodham’s cattle futures, the Benghazi attack, the loss of more than $6 billion dollars in contract files that were incomplete or could not be located at all, and an unprotected email server in her home?


RESPONSE: No, due to her narcissism, Hillary Rodham Clinton does not have the decision-making ability required to be an egalitarian President of the United States of America.  Consistent with narcissism, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s marriage is one of political convenience and moral turpitude.





QUESTION 2: Following her husband's November 1978 election as Governor of Arkansas, Rodham became First Lady of Arkansas in January 1979, her title for twelve-(12) years (1979–1981, 1983–1992). In 1979, Rodham became the first woman to be made a full partner of Rose Law Firm. From 1978 until they entered the White House, she had a higher salary than that of her husband. During 1978 and 1979, while looking to supplement their income, Rodham engaged in the trading of cattle futures contracts; an initial $1,000 investment generated nearly $100,000 when she stopped trading after ten months.  In the wake of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s stature as First Lady of Arkansas for twelve-(12) years, did women prosper as well as Hillary Rodham Clinton?


RESPONSE: In 2004 and again in 2009, The Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) published the report, “The Status of Women in the States.” The 2009 report found that Arkansas ranked between 47th and 50th on most measures examined. The table below lists IWPR’s findings:




Arkansas’s Ranking

Women’s Median Annual Earnings, 2009



Earnings Ratio Between Women and Men, 2009



Percent of Women in the Labor Force, 2009



Percent of Employed Women in Professional or Managerial Occupations, 2009



Percent of Women With Health Insurance, 2009



Percent of Women With Four or More Years of College, 2009



Percent of Businesses That Are Women-Owned, 2007



Percent of Women Living Above Poverty, 2009




CONCLUSION: Although Hillary Rodham Clinton was clearly able to prosper socially, politically, and financially during her twelve-(12) years as First Lady of Arkansas, the overwhelming majority of women – especially women of color – did NOT prosper during or in the wake of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s tenure as First Lady of Arkansas. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s so-called commitment to women’s issues is, at best, a bunch of crap. Noticeably absent is a robust list of individual women and women owned businesses that have prospered as a direct result of assistance or unilateral action from Hillary Rodham Clinton during her twelve-(12) years (1979–1981, 1983–1992) as First Lady of Arkansas, or as U.S. Senator from New York, or as U.S. Secretary of State.  Talk is cheap, which is especially true of people who embrace narcissism over egalitarianism; and as validated in the following videos, with Hillary Clinton, it's her demonstrated practice to lie. Or, perhaps, is Hillary Clinton a buffoon?


Can you, should you, why would you trust Hillary Clinton?
Is Hillary Clinton a career criminal?



QUESTION 3: Following her husband's November 1992 election as President of the United States, Rodham became First Lady of the United States for eight years, from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001.  Next, Hillary Rodham Clinton served as U.S. Senator from New York from January 3, 2001 to January 21, 2009.  Next, Hillary Rodham Clinton served as U.S. Secretary of State from January 21, 2009 to February 1, 2013. In the wake of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s stature as First Lady of the United States for eight-(8) years, her tenure as U.S. Senator from New York for eight-(8) years, and U.S. Secretary of State for four-(4) years did Black people prosper as well as Hillary Rodham Clinton?


RESPONSE: Absolutely not; in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s twenty-(20) years of public service sitting at the pinnacle of political and economic power in the United States, Black people have not progressed as a direct result of assistance or unilateral action from Hillary Rodham Clinton. Hillary Rodham Clinton was there, and is there.  She could have been a major advocate and catalyst to improve the economic and social plight of Black people – but she did not, has not.  Nothing has changed. Noticeably absent is a Black protégé, or a robust list of Black individuals, and Black owned businesses that have prospered as a direct result of assistance or unilateral action from Hillary Rodham Clinton. Consistent with narcissism, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s alleged commitment to improve the economic plight of Black people is one of political innuendo and convenience. Oh, and one more thing, given her recent email scandal, it's Hillary Rodham Clinton's blatant practice to lie.


How will Hillary Clinton manage classified data?
How will Hillary Clinton handle the federal deficit?


Allegation: That Donald Trump is sexist and racist, and has low regard for and discriminates against women and minorities.


OBSERVATION: Unlike Hillary Rodham Clinton, Donald Trump has been immediately responsible for and he has successfully managed his business affairs in compliance with AA/EEO, including his multimedia interests (such as “The Apprentice”), to objectively recognize women and minorities. As conveyed during the "live" Republican National Convention by Ivanka Trump, The Trump Organization has more women executives than male executives! Conversely, Hillary Clinton has NEVER worked for or hired an executive staff populated primarily by women.


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