Sunday, September 14, 2014

Hillary Clinton could never be a Communist Dictator in North Korea

I learned from PBS Frontline documentary "Secret State of North Korea" that it's illegal for commie women to wear pants in North Korea:

which might explain why Korean commie women goose step in skirts:

Since North Korean communists are such doctrinaire fashion police, it seems poor Hillary Clinton is never going to be invited to become a dictator in their workers' paradise:

However, the Clintons seem to have the typical US phony politician vendetta down pat, as illustrated from Perry Mason "The Case of the Foot-Loose Doll" episode:

"The University of Arkansas temporarily suspended research privileges for the Washington Free Beacon after the conservative website published audio recordings of Hillary Clinton discussing a rape case she defended in 1975....

The recordings — which were made in the 1980s by journalist, biographer, and author Roy Reed — contain comments made by Clinton about her representation of a man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl in 1975.

Clinton suggests in the recordings that she believed her client was guilty, although he had passed a polygraph test, and the man accepted a plea bargain and was sentenced to one year in prison, according to the Free Beacon report.The victim had said in 2008 that she believed Clinton was just doing her job, but she told The Daily Beast this week that the recordings had changed her view.

“It’s proven fact, with all the tapes, she lied like a dog on me,” the victim said. “I think she was trying to do whatever she could do to make herself look good at the time.”"

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