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No One Left to Lie To: The Triangulations of William Jefferson Clinton Paperback – April 10, 2012
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"Just as the necessary qualification for a good liar is a good memory, so the essential equipment of a would-be lie detector is a good timeline, and a decent archive."
In NO ONE LEFT TO LIE TO, a New York Times bestseller, Christopher Hitchens casts an unflinching eye on the Clinton political machine and offers a searing indictment of a president who sought to hold power at any cost.
With blistering wit and meticulous documentation, Hitchens masterfully deconstructs Clinton's abject propensity for pandering to the Left while delivering to the Right, and he argues that the president's personal transgressions were ultimately inseparable from his political corruption.
Hitchens questions the president's refusals to deny accusations of rape by reputable women and lambasts, among numerous impostures, his insistence on playing the race card, the shortsightedness of his welfare bill, his ludicrous war on drugs, and his abandonment of homosexuals in the form of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Opportunistic statecraft, crony capitalism, "divide and rule" identity politics, and populist manipulations-these are perhaps Clinton's greatest and most enduring legacies.
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reader justifiable apprehension of what may be in store for the nation should Hillary become President and which author Hitchens may be glad he won't have to witness due to his untimely death.
"One thing can be said that FDR and Clinton have in common: they are both traitors to their own respective socio-economic classes."
writer and he makes it clear that he thinks Bill is not what he appears to be and anyone who thinks he's a liberal should read this book. The name of the game is MONEY and Power.