Hillary Clinton To Deliver Important Speeches About ‘Transparency and Balance’ or Something

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 at 7:22 am

The first in this series will involve a fully transparent  confession about what really went down the night she and Obama left four Americans to die in Benghazi. Oh heck, who are we kidding? Just cut to the coronation and be done with this sham.

Hillary Clinton’s self-imposed absence from the country’s political discourse ended Monday when the former secretary of state issued biting criticism of Republican-backed voter ID laws during a speech to a group of lawyers.

Clinton said her appearance at the annual meeting of the American Bar Association marked the beginning of a speaking series she’ll embark upon that will also include an address on the United States’ national security policies next month in Philadelphia.

Clinton said the September address would focus of issues of “transparency and balance.” The former top diplomat had not yet publicaly [sic] addressed the classified National Security Agency surveillance programs that were revealed through leaks at the beginning of the summer.

She still hasn’t quite explained her role in the Benghazi disaster, either. Or the Rose Law firm billing records for that matter, but that hasn’t stopped her from anything, has it?

The move into the political realm marks a new phase in Clinton’s post-State Department life, which was previously occupied by speeches to global women’s organizations and a schedule of paid appearances. She is also writing a diplomacy-focused memoir for release in 2014.

The book will focuse on all the miles she racked up while doing nothing for four years. All that diplomacy sure has worked wonders around the globe, huh?

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One Response to “Hillary Clinton To Deliver Important Speeches About ‘Transparency and Balance’ or Something”

  1. Blacque Jacques Shellacque on 14/14/13 at 2:10 am

    Hillary Clinton To Deliver Important Speeches About ‘Transparency and Balance’ or Something

    Put another way, she’s going to attempt to tell us something about a subject that neither she nor the administration she recently worked for actually know a damned thing about.