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RE: Did Hillary Clinton Help In Maintaining Slave Wages In Haiti?

By: Grard Nancy - July 25 2016, 7:28 AM

AFTER 9/11 Our masks came off. Hillary, just like the rest of us, was reeling from the trauma and reached out to show that she wanted to support others on her listening tour. Hillary experienced something very rare in politics, by having a whole year when she could serve people in an open, democratic forum.

Now she is again a trailblazer whose path leads to the White House.

Hillary's been through a lot, given the extremely polarized politics and political discourse that has devolved to the point where demonizing the opposition has replaced logical debate.

My opinion of Hillary is that she is immensely talented.

She has shown that she is willing to take on the extremely demanding job of Secretary of State.

For her efforts, she's had snipers who have disgraced themselves and insulted the office of Secretary of State with their witch hunts.

Rather than being bitter and resentful, Hillary has challenged the opposition to move on and get down to business.

World problems do not stand aside while the GOP extremists persecute her on trumped (pun intended) up charges about the ethics of her performance as Secretary of State.

I'm surprised at the number of people who have been brainwashed by the unprecedented negativity of Hillary.

I, for one, salute her for her courage and her wish to lead the US forward toward opportunity and progress during what I think will be judged by history as one of the most cynical periods in government.

So I say, You go HIllary.

Yes you can!

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