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History The Clinton Way

Thanks to a notably corrupt first couple today is a shameful day in political history, she barely escaping perjury charges after lying to a federal grand jury and he publicly denying a scandalous affair with a White House intern.

Who else could it be if not Bill and Hillary Clinton? On this day in 1996 the nation’s current Secretary of State lied to a grand jury about obstructing justice to cover up an illegal real estate scam known as Whitewater. Orchestrated by Hillary’s Rose Law Firm, the shady Arkansas land scheme essentially bilked the uneducated and elderly.

Fifteen years ago Hillary reluctantly spent more than four hours testifying before a federal grand jury investigating how her husband’s White House obstructed justice on her behalf. It marked the first time in history that a First Lady of the United States had been subpoenaed before a grand jury and the only time a First Lady has been subject to a criminal investigation.

More at:
http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2011/jan/history-clinton-way

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And what of documents placed in Pentagon and Twin Towers?

"We know that because she signed an affidavit to Senate Whitewater investigators stating that she “does not know” how her Rose Law Firm billing records ended up in the White House. The mystery has never been solved."

And never forget, “Humans, despite our artistic pretensions, our sophistication and many accomplishments, owe the fact of our existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains.”

Whitewash for Color. Hogwash for smell.

It probably had something to do with Bill Clinton's unanticipated move into that house. With all the commotion, the movers probably placed boxes of paper records where they thought to be convenient. Inconvenient truth shows up in the oddest places.

Got me solutions for darn near anything that ain't looking nor smelling so good: Whitewash for Color. Hogwash for smell.

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