Merely a mistake? 4

This is a letter that Hillary Clinton has put out to that strange section of the population who think she could be the president of the USA:

Friend –

I wanted you to hear this directly from me:

Yes, I should have used two email addresses, one for personal matters and one for my work at the State Department. Not doing so was a mistake. I’m sorry about it, and I take full responsibility.

“A mistake” so huge that it betrayed her country to its enemies. Should such a person be president?

She “takes full responsibility”! Good grief – she IS responsible, whether she “takes” the responsibility or not, it is hers and hers alone She DID this stupid and hugely dangerous thing.

It’s important for you to know a few key facts. My use of a personal email account was aboveboard and allowed under the State Department’s rules.

But not a private server.

Everyone I communicated with in government was aware of it.

But they did not know she mixed private with state business, nor that she had a private server.

And nothing I ever sent or received was marked classified at the time.

She is one of the few top people in government who is authorized to label communications as classified. We know that she received emails about national defense and from foreign governments that are “born classified”. If she didn’t know that, how is she fit to be president?

As this process proceeds, I want to be as transparent as possible. That’s why I’ve provided all of my work emails to the government to be released to the public, and why I’ll be testifying in public in front of the Benghazi Committee later next month.

How do we know she has provided all her work emails? She has destroyed tens of thousands, and we have only her word – the word of a notorious liar – that they concerned only her private affairs.

I know this is a complex story.

Complex? Not at all. It is a simple tale of corruption, deception, and betrayal.

I could have – and should have – done a better job answering questions earlier. I’m grateful for your support, and I’m not taking anything for granted.

I understand that you may have more questions, and I am going to work to keep answering them. If you want to read more, including my emails themselves, please go here: 



If you are in intelligence or defense, send her some secrets by all means, but make sure you mark them “classified”. Then wait to see what happens to them.


If Hillary Clinton is elected to the presidency for no better reason than that she is a woman, what will that say about women?

What sort of woman is she whom a majority of American voters would be elevating into a role model?

A corrupt venal lying cheat as a model woman?

Here‘s a very long list of her lies, gaffes, scandals, misjudgments, disasters …

Posted under Commentary, corruption, Diplomacy, Ethics, Feminism, government, United States by Jillian Becker on Tuesday, September 15, 2015

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  • Frank

    Regarding Hillary (and Bill) Clinton:
    The British psychiatrist Dr. Robert Hare has built a psychometric test of psychopaths, complete with a checklist of psychopathic symptoms, which include:

    1: Glibness/superficial charm
    2: Grandiose sense of self-worth
    3: Need for stimulation/proneness to boredom
    4: Pathological lying
    5: Cunning/manipulative
    6: Lack of remorse or guilt
    7: Shallow affect
    8: Callous/lack of empathy
    9: Parasitic lifestyle
    10: Poor behavioural controls

    A perfect match wouldn’t you say?

    • Yes. It all fits. Both of them.

      I want her to go to prison.

      • Frank

        Me 3

  • liz

    Yes, saying “I take full responsibility” sounds so responsible. But as you point out, she IS responsible, whether she admits it or not – for something that was grossly IRresponsible to begin with!! Why didn’t she act responsibly THEN??
    I saw it pointed out somewhere that her motto is “break the law now, ask forgiveness later”, or something to that effect. She is only sorry she got caught.