2000-10-21 / Letters

No Fault Hillary

Dear Editor;

Mrs. Clinton wants you to believe that she has never done anything wrong. It is everyone else’s fault for all the things that have happened to her and her husband. We are not Rhode Scholars but we can read between the lines to get at the truth.

In January 1997 on the Today Show on NBC TV, Mrs. Clinton said that the scandal about her husband was a right wing conspiracy. Why is this important in an election? Mrs. Clinton shoots from the hip. She does not have all the facts before she makes a decision. She has known her husband for more than 30 years and this was not the first time that he was accused of being involved with another women. You would think that she would have some suspicion that the scandal was true, but investigate it (get the facts) before making a decision. "This is not my fault." A person who sits in the U.S. Senate should have all the facts before making a decision.

The FBI files that were missing and then found in the White House was someone else’s fault. Who, she does not know, but "it’s not my fault."

The failure of the health plan of 1994 was the Republican’s fault, "not mine." She wants us to believe that. If she would look at the facts she would see that both Republicans and Democrats were strongly opposed to her plan. In fact, most of the American people were opposed to the poorly drafted and ill-conceived health care policy. Mrs. Clinton said, "The failure was not my fault."

Now we come to the Mrs. Arafat story. Mrs. Clinton hugged and kissed Mrs. Arafat after all the nasty things that Mrs. Arafat said about Israel and America. Mrs. Clinton did not know in advance what Mrs. Arafat was going to say, but after she heard Mrs. Arafat. Mrs. Clinton should not have embraced Mrs. Arafat. It proves once again that Mrs. Clinton is not quick on her feet. She does not know how to react to adversity. Her reaction was an embarrassment to both countries. She said that it was not her fault. Whose fault was it?

There are so many good and loyal Democrats who deserve the opportunity to run for the Senate seat. Why Mrs. Clinton? Opportunity is more important to Hillary then honesty, character and integrity. As she would say, "That’s not my fault." That’s one man’s opinion.

JAMES V. MARKS


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