Nobody likes to see a former First Lady and Secretary of State down on her luck. It was bad enough when she and Bill left the Oral Office. Sure, he lost a lot when he had to go--the wine, the women, the spotlight except when he was with the women, but Hillary had it bad too.
No money. They didn't even have two mansions to rub together. It was horrible.
Luckily for Bill, he always could find two things to rub together, but with Hillary, it was a different story.
After two miserable losses in her bid to become THE FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!! [sorry, I was pretending I was hearing her scream] she has to stoop to the level of having to write yet another boring book of bull disks just to put food on the table and go on speaking tours and show the world how she can make "crazy eyes."
Yes, Hillary Rodham Clinton, grandmother and the "World's Worst Candidate Ever" is writing another book and will embark on her barking tour sometime this year.
Publishing house Simon & Schuster [which may gain the reputation of becoming "Simon and Shyster" after Hillary publishes with them] announced that her forthcoming novel will be comprised of personal essays "inspired by the hundred of quotations she has been collecting for decades" possibly from Wikipedia.
The book will contain glorified "stories from her life," up to and unfortunately including the 2016 election, as well as "reflections on the future."
Perhaps they'll make a movie from the book. I hope they don't leave anything out, but legally, she's going to need to do just that.
|"I can't wait to buy the book!"|
"These are the words I live by," Clinton lied. "These quotes have helped me celebrate the good times and deepen my appreciation of all life has to offer. I hope by sharing these words and my thoughts about them, the essays will be meaningful for readers."
And unicorns alike.
I can't wait to read the chapters on Benghazi, Monica Lewinsky, Vince Foster, White Water, the private server, and oh, so much more.
But I won't buy the book--the Clintons already have a lot more money than they deserve.
Funny, Bill should have written the book "Hard Choices," not Hillary.