Awesome: Sequel to Hillary Clinton Book Nobody Read Now in the Works

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 at 7:31 am

Considering how the original book ranks at 19,525 on Amazon, we don’t think there’s much demand for another fictional account of Mrs. Clinton’s disastrous reign of error at the State Department. Perhaps this propaganda sequel can ask questions such as what the hell was she thinking leaving four Americans to die in Benghazi and where the heck did that $6 billion go?

For some strange reason we doubt those messy topics will come up with this fluff.

A sequel is in the works to the bestseller about Hillary Clinton’s years at the State Department.

The Hill’s senior White House correspondent Amie Parnes and Bloomberg News’s Jonathan Allen are writing a new book that will look at what is probably Clinton’s last chance at the presidency, Crown Publishers will announce Tuesday.

The sequel will take readers “inside the inner-most circles of ‘Hillaryland’ as the clock ticks toward 2016,” according to a release from the publisher.

The book promises to capture the major factors that will come into play in a Clinton presidential run, including the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya and the role of former President Bill Clinton.

Sure, good luck getting any answers about her role in the Benghazi disaster.

A publication date and title have yet to be announced.

Possible title: What the Hell Are You People Thinking?

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3 Responses to “Awesome: Sequel to Hillary Clinton Book Nobody Read Now in the Works”

  1. Alan in Chicago on 15/15/14 at 9:44 am

    I have no doubt her latest ‘publication’ will present a detailed, an in-depth analysis of ALL her successes(?) while SoS.

    The only problem with that scenario is the inherent fraud factor involved: May someone legally charge $$$ for a blank ‘book’?

  2. Samaritan01 on 20/20/14 at 11:03 pm

    I purchased “It Takes a Village” years ago online to see exactly how full of BS it really was, and it didn’t disappoint.

    The book cost 89 cents (and as over priced at that) however the shipping was about three bucks…and that’s pretty expensive for shipping toilet paper.