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The Secret Vote of The Clintons

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posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 10:21 AM
How many out there want to bet that Hillary and Bill [Clinton] cast their votes for George W. Bush this past November 2nd? After all, it was no secret that Hillary wants to become the next president, and she would have had to wait for eight more years if Kerry had won. Honestly, I don't think she would have waited that long.

Now, one may argue, and I'm sure they will, that Hillary and Bill campaigned for Kerry during this last election, so they couldn't possibly have voted for Bush. If you think outside of the box though, which in this case isn't much of a stretch, Bill was giving Kerry campaign advice. Whos to say that Bill wasn't deliberatly stearing Kerry in the wrong direction? Sound advice from a strongly supported, two-term president is hard to turn down.

Hillary, isn't that against Bush for a few reasons either, so it wouldn't be that hard for her to cast a vote for Bush. According to David Saltonstal of the New York Daily News, " The truth is that [Hillary] Clinton has never been as liberal as her critics portray her. She voted to support the war in Iraq including the $87 billion spending bill that John Kerry voted against." Not to mention she voted for the Patriot act as well, which she now condemns.

I'm not the first to notice that a Bush win was very good for Hillary either. According to Mark Sage of, "Ironically a Bush win could spell good news for former Democrat first lady Hillary Clinton. She would be firmly in line for a Democratic bid in 2008, which could lead to her becoming the first woman president of the United States. "

Right now this is all speculation, and we can never prove it thanks to private ballots, but you have to say, this does make sense. After all, we all know that the Clintons will stop at nothing to further themselves politically.

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