Release of Hillary's WH Schedule starts media frenzy

Rick Moran
I am sure that there is some importance attached to the release of 18,000 pages of Hillary's schedule while she was First Lady.

For the life of me, I can't see it.

Do we really
need to know where Hillary was when Monica Lewinsky was with her husband? Or where she was when Vince Foster committed suicide?

For Clinton historians, I'm sure there's a mother lode of information there but is it really "news?" And does it deserve this feeding frenzy from the media?

Does Hillary exaggerate her foreign policy “experience” in the campaign? Only the most rabid of Hillary partisans knows full well that she does so shamelessly. Is it news that she was out of the country during big foreign policy decisions and not in the “war room” with Dr. Strangelove and the rest of the “experts?” If you believe that Bill Clinton did not take advantage of consulting with the one person he was sure would tell him the truth about any action he would take, then you should sleep on the couch tonight. Shame on you for not trusting your wife.


With 18,000 pages to go through, I’m sure the press will come up with other vitally important stories on where the First Lady of the United States was and what was she doing during some of the more exciting events in the 8 years the Clinton’s ruled Washington and the country.

I am sure that there is some importance attached to the release of 18,000 pages of Hillary's schedule while she was First Lady.

For the life of me, I can't see it.

Do we really
need to know where Hillary was when Monica Lewinsky was with her husband? Or where she was when Vince Foster committed suicide?

For Clinton historians, I'm sure there's a mother lode of information there but is it really "news?" And does it deserve this feeding frenzy from the media?

Does Hillary exaggerate her foreign policy “experience” in the campaign? Only the most rabid of Hillary partisans knows full well that she does so shamelessly. Is it news that she was out of the country during big foreign policy decisions and not in the “war room” with Dr. Strangelove and the rest of the “experts?” If you believe that Bill Clinton did not take advantage of consulting with the one person he was sure would tell him the truth about any action he would take, then you should sleep on the couch tonight. Shame on you for not trusting your wife.


With 18,000 pages to go through, I’m sure the press will come up with other vitally important stories on where the First Lady of the United States was and what was she doing during some of the more exciting events in the 8 years the Clinton’s ruled Washington and the country.