Hide and Seek - Part 2

on Friday, March 7, 2008

For a little background, read this first. (Reminder: As always, I have the links coded on this site to open in a new window - you won't ever leave this page when clicking a link.)

As I've already detailed, Hillary has continuously refused to release her 2007 tax returns. And Hillary, if you indeed are too busy to get them ready as you claim, remember, you just loaned your camp a cool $5 million... Surely you have the means to afford an accountant.

Well with a little more research I have found several reports showing how the Clintons have quite a lengthy history of hiding documents - much longer than I originally thought. Here is a brief summary of each report I found:

Report 1
  • Hillary has tried to undo her previous business relationship with Ron Burkle, whose joint effort with the ruler of the uber-wealthy country of Dubai, gained huge profits from their Yucaipa Global Fund. The Clintons have not disclosed the potentially massive earnings made from this possible conflict of interest.

  • The Clintons have raised over $500 million in donations from the Clinton Foundation... but they refuse to release all of the names on the donor list.

  • 2007 isn't the first time the Clintons have claimed that they have "come clean" on their taxes, while simultaneously refusing to release them to the public. The Clintons also refused to release their taxes back in 1978 and 1979 - the very same years Hillary made a miraculous profit trading cattle futures by turning a mere $1,000 into $100,000 in just 12 months.

    Report 2
    The spring before Hillary started her campaign for World Domination the White House, her husband Bill earned $700,000 from stock he sold. Problem is, the company whose stock he was selling was severely struggling in the red and the shares he sold were worth much, much less than the $3.50 he received per share. When questioned about it, Bill refused to disclose the name of the buyer.

    Report 3
    The archivists at the Clinton Presidential Library are blocking the release of hundreds of pages of White House papers concerning pardons that the former president approved, including clemency for fugitive commodities trader Marc Rich. Not surprisingly, the archivists' decision was based on guidance provided by none other than Bill Clinton himself.

    You know, for a woman who keeps begging to vote for her based on her "20 year record" in politics, we sure don't have much of a "record" available to look at.