The next president of the United States should keep in mind that even on a good day, politicians give nice people gas.
Just plain crooked.
It’s rare to have a good one among them, and the current crop of presidential contenders doesn’t appear to be faring any better with John and Jane Q. Public.
From Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton’s half-truths and braggadocio, and Barack Hussein Obama, Jr.’s denials and embellishments, to John Sidney McCain, III’s campaign fib about family recipes, Americans are faced with a tough choice when it comes to electing a leader with enough integrity and savoir faire to lead the greatest nation on the planet.
Hill’s ills are history
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