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Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton 1st Edition

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"...Bill Clinton's star turn in Willey's life began with sexual harassment in the Oval Office but soon turned to pure harassment...this is an important read." -- Ann Coulter, author of five NY Times bestsellers, including "Godless"

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Democratic activist Kathleen Willey helped send Bill and Hillary Clinton to the White House in 1992. Little did she know how the Clintons would repay her.

While serving as a White House volunteer and facing hard financial times, Willey met with Bill Clinton in the Oval Office to request a paying position. Instead of offering help, the man she considered a friend sexually assaulted her. Distraught, Willey fled Clinton's presence, only to discover that her husband had committed suicide that same tragic afternoon.

Yet that was only the beginning of Willey's torment at the Clintons' hands. When her name later surfaced as a potential witness in litigation involving the president, Willey found herself on the receiving end of a Mob-style campaign of threats and intimidation. The unmistakable message? Keep silent, if you know what's good for you. The perpetrator? Kathleen Willey concluded that it was Hillary Clinton herself!

Now, with Hillary poised to return to the White House, Kathleen Willey has broken her 10-year silence to tell the full story. Blow-by-blow and in vivid detail, "Target" details Willey's ordeal at the hands of the nation's most ruthless political tag team.

With endorsements by Ann Coulter, Christopher Hitchens, and Monica Crowley.

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: WND Books, an imprint of World Ahead Media; 1 edition (November 6, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0974670162
  • ISBN-13: 978-0974670164
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,824 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Robert P. Morrow on February 2, 2012
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Bill Clinton made a very crude, aggressive unwanted pass at Kathleen Willey in fall, 1993 in the Oval Office.

That is just the half of it. The other half is Hillary Clinton (and Bill) hired private detectives (think Jack Palladino) to run a terror campaign on Kathleen Willey to scare her into silence about what wild Bill had done.

That is the Clintons: a pair of co-dependent sociopaths in action. Bill sexually assaults the women; Hillary hires the private detectives to keep them silent.

Kathleen says Bill Clinton (in the Oval Office) "forcefully attacked" her and "his hands were all over me. His hands were up my dress."

The terror campaign of witness tampering against Kathleen occurred in the months before her deposition which was scheduled for 1-10-98. Someone shot a nail gun many times into 3 of her tires. It was vandalism with intent to terrorize. Here is Kathleen telling author Candice Jackson about this psychological terrorism:

"I remember standing at the tire place," she told me, "on a warm September day, waiting for them to fix my car." The mechanic approached her saying "It looks like someone has shot out all your tires with a nail gun; is there someone out there who does not like you?" I can hear the shiver in her voice as she says, "That really got my attention; that's when I started getting worried."

[p.153, Their Lives: the Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine, Candice Jackson]

Kathleen's cat of 13 years, Bullseye, mysteriously disappeared. The next morning after she had given her deposition, Kathleen found the severed head of a small animal on her front porch - a few feet away and facing her. (Sellout, p. 118). Willey in her own words says she was "very, very, very frightened" [Their Lives, p.
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It's truly disheartening to see how so many radical left-wingers log on only to trash books they will never read. This is a thoughtful, courageous account of the outrageous abuse of presidential power and its subsequent cover-up by thugs and cowards. Under Billary Clinton, the executive office became a tawdry base for philandering, selling out to China, and dismantling the military, not to mention turning a blind eye to Osama bin Laden and other fundamental Islamic terrorist organizations. Dear God, please save us from another Clinton presidency. Excellent book. I highly recommend it for those who still retain the capacity for higher thought.
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It's like the '90s never went away. Which, in a sense, is true.

The public deserves to be reminded of the seamy side of the Clinton years, and of Hillary's part in enabling Bill "You better put some ice on that" Clinton.

The Clinton administration generated a scandal about every 90 days, for eight years. While Bill was occasionally an amusing scoundrel (who can forget "It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is"?), his departure from office felt to me like a long hot shower after an extended period of living in a sewer.

I have no doubt that an Administration run by Hillary would have just as many scandals.
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Kathleen Willey is a woman who has endured years of torment at the hands of the Clintons. "Target" is well-written and poignant, a story of survival as much as a primer on why the Clintons should never, ever again be allowed within hailing distance of the White House. "Target" should be mandatory reading for anyone thinking of voting for Hillary Clinton in 2008. It will send them running into the "anyone but Hillary" camp in a hurry.
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Kathleen Willey does a great job of not only getting across her own personal story, but encapsulating the years of questionable and frankly, hugely disappointing behaviours behind both Bill and Hillary. I voted for Clinton originally, but after years of horrible stories and feeling let down time and again by my President, I finally came to lots of the same conclusions on my own, that Ms. Willey has presented in the book. Ms. Willey did an amazing job of making me re-live, right along with her, all those events we went through as a nation, as well as those she went through personally. My emotions welled up once again, only this time, there was more to the story. This time, the story was even more dark and deceptive than I'd ever known and I'm shocked and appalled by both Clinton's actions and Mrs. Clinton's inaction on behalf of women everywhere. It's sad knowing she is blowing smoke when it comes to truly helping women or trying to further women's rights.
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Kathleen Willey's "Target" is not only a frightening tale of sexual assault, intimidation and courage. It's a searing reminder of the lengths to which Bill, Hill and the Clintonistas will go to protect Fortress Clinton.

Anyone who thinks that Bill's just a good ol' boy with roving hands and Hillary's a feminist icon must read "Target," which exposes Bill as a sociopathic sexual predator and Hillary as the quintessential "little woman" who rode hubby's coattails to power.

From kidnapping and killing pets to destroying tires to threatening children - there are few lengths that the protectors of Bill & Hill's legacy will not go to as they supress the truth and destroy those who dare speak it.

"Target" should be required reading for journalists, pundits and, most of all, voters. Because history is, indeed, of predictave value.
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