Tuesday, September 23, 2014

From someone who declared herself "dead broke"

Hillary: Congress Is Out of Touch; 'Take the Future Over'

By Jim Geraghty, Sept. 22, 2014, Nationalreview.com

Of course: “The Congress, increasingly, despite the best efforts of my friends and others, is living in an evidence-free zone where what the reality is in the lives of Americans is so far from the minds of too many,” said Hillary Clinton.

Note this golden gem of clarity and vision from her in that speech: “We need people to feel that they are part of a movement. That it’s not just about an election, but about a movement—a movement to really empower themselves, their families and take the future over in a way that is going to give us back the country we care so much about.”

Who took the country away from Hillary Clinton?

When Hillary Clinton laments that Congress is out of touch, does she fear that too many members of Congress just don’t know what it’s like to be “dead broke,” as she described herself when her husband left the White House?

Yes, Hillary Clinton, who made two speeches to Goldman Sachs executives in late 2013 for the low, low, price of $400,000, now claims Congress is out of touch with “reality.”

Reality for the Clintons: Bill and Hillary have an estimated net worth of $200 million.

In Washington, D.C., the Clintons own a five-bedroom, brick colonial-style house near Embassy Row that the District of Columbia assessed at more than $5 million:

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