The Democrat Elite

Hillary Clinton told Dianne Sawyer she can relate to the pain of average America, because … you know … she and Bill left the White House “dead broke” and had to “really struggle.”  Riiiiiiiiiiiiight.

  • Bill and Hillary left the White House with Bill’s presidential pension, a guaranteed minimum income of $200,000/year.
  • Bill then received a $12 million advance on his memoir. It is estimated that he has earned around $41 million since as a speaker and another $15 million for investment advice.
  • Hillary has earned about $5 million in speaking fees, plus her salaries as a New York Senator and then Secretary of State.
  • Their home in Bedford Hills, NY, is worth nearly $11 million.

The average employed American household earns about $50,000 per year. The Clintons pull down $200,000 for a single speech.  But yeah … I’m sure they know what regular Americans are facing in this Democrat economy she and her cronies helped create. NOT.

Democrat Economy

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4 responses to “The Democrat Elite

  1. #HIllaryIsSoBroke, she had to bribe Colombian officials with Dutch vodka to get her Secret Service agents out of jail after the prostitute scandal, instead of the French Grey Goose they usually demand.

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  2. Ting

    That comment isn’t going to help her.

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  3. Bill Clinton gets too much credit for what a Republican House & Senate did during the last 6 years of his Presidency.

    George W. Bush gets too much blame for what a Democrat House & Senate did during the last 2 years of his Presidency.

    Employment-Population Ratio, Correlated with Majority Party, Jan 1995 – May 2014

    There’s a lot of info in that post, but the main graph is:

    Employment-Population Ratio and Averages, January 1995 - May 2014

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  4. Reagan vs. Obama…

    Employment-Population Ratio:

    Reagan vs. Obama, E-P ratio

    Labor Force Participation Rate:

    Reagan vs. Obama, Labor Force Participation Rate

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