Sunday, July 26, 2015

“You can fool some of the people some of the time -- and that's enough to make a decent living.” ― W.C. Fields

These low-life shysters
have made an art form out of 
scamming people.

 “A thing worth having is a thing worth cheating for.”
                                                    ― W.C. Fields

     Advise from W.C. Fields certainly would relate to Hillary Rodham Clinton on her second run for the Democratic Presidential nomination:  

            "If at first you don't succeed, try again. 
Then quit!
There's no use being a damn fool about it."

     Clintons included, they are all puppets.  

     There was a time in history when getting to the root of any, and all evil, we were reminded to follow the money. 

     In today's elitist controlled world, one would be better advised to 'follow the strings.'  Those cretins pulling the strings, are controlling, and destroying our world. 

     Deroy Murdock, at National Review, offers this bit of advice to the former 'party dedicated to watching out for blue collar workers,' "For their part, Democrats should think long and hard about whether nominating the first woman for president is worth having these and other hoodlums dominate the headlines in a fall 2016 campaign that reeks of a RICO indictment."*  

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