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Monday, April 13, 2015

Fr. Tom's Comment on a Hillary Presidency: Get Ready for a Laugh!

We apparently need a woman in her twilight years with a degraded sense of reality and accountability to guide America through her own twilight years, as the Democratic leadership continues to promote the decline of our nation's stamina through the degradation of an increasingly crippling debt, the blindness of amoral gratification, and the paralysis engendered by the festering resentments of political correctness.



HILLARY - LEADERSHIP WITH ONLY ONE FOOT IN THE GRAVE
AND THE OTHER FIRMY SECURED ON A BANANA PEEL!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

a contrast to the Clinton "moral imperative"

http://money.cnn.com/2015/04/14/news/companies/ceo-pay-cuts-pay-increases/
Gravity Payments CEO takes 90% pay cut to give workers huge raise
"He'd also been hearing employees talk about the challenges of finding housing and meeting other expenses on their current salary, and decided there shouldn't be such a big gap between his pay as CEO and that of his workers. He described the raises as a "moral imperative."


http://hotair.com/archives/2015/04/14/woman-with-14-million-book-advance-attacks-ceo-pay/

"However, Hillary is the wrong banner carrier for the message by any measure. First, she takes in six times the annual average household income per hour for her speeches, at $300,000 a pop. It would only take her 50 speeches to get to the same 300x metric she decries here. Furthermore, Hillary signed a deal in 2013 for a $14 million book advance for the memoir she released last year, which sold unimpressively for such a marquee advance. On top of that, she’d already received an $8 million advance for her first memoir, “Living History.” That totals $22 million in advance of any work at all, or roughly 440 times what average American households gross in a year. In the years since the Clintons left the White House, they’ve earned well over $100 million. And unlike CEOs at that level, they don’t employ many people, and don’t produce anything except income for their own benefit."