While Rubio struggled, Hillary Clinton [regular folk LOL] spent $200,000 per month on Hamptons summer home

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    Jun 13, 2015 10:47 PM GMT
    As has been made clear over the last few days, Marco Rubio is simply too poor to be President. His stubborn failure to suddenly re-manifest as a lily-white septugenarian plutocrat may cost him the highest office in the land.

    For Hillary Clinton, however, being richer than God is proving no problem at all. With an estimated net worth of $100 to 200 million, Hillary Clinton should obviously be making ends meet, and unlike Marco Rubio, without the aid of her book deals (though those have undoubtedly helped). At an average of $200,000 per speaking engagement, she was clearly earning more than enough to afford the finer things. And while the New York Times frets over a fishing boat, it turns out that Hillary Clinton has had seaside adventures of her own, in a lovely summer home in the Hamptons — a rental that costs a whopping $200,000 per month.

    Bill and Hillary Clinton are known to own two homes — one in Washington, D.C., where Clinton did her interview with Sawyer, and another in Chappaqua, New York — in addition to an apartment in Manhattan.

    The colonial style Chappaqua, New York, home has five bedrooms and takes up 5,200 sq ft.

    Their three story, 5,152 sq ft home in Washington, D.C. has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, two half bathrooms and a basement.The average home in their neighborhood is valued at $6,586,000, according to real estate website Trulia.

    The Clintons have spent their past three summers at homes they rented out in the Hamptons.

    Bill and Hillary reportedly paid $200,000 a [month]* to rent out the six bedroom Sagaponak mansion of former senior managing director at Bear, Stearns & Co and Republican donor Michael Saperstein last summer. The property is valued at $11 million.

    That's quite the condo. You can tour the full 6,600 square feet at an earlier Daily Mail link, but suffice it to say, the sprawling estate is easily as well-outfitted as John Kerry's yacht. It has "numerous" guest rooms among the eight bedrooms, sweeping views of the ocean, a lovely den with a billiards room, and a pool. It also has ample closet space so that Hillary Clinton can easily store her summer-weight white pantsuits.

    And at one-speaking-engagement-per-vacation, the dead broke Clintons had to work hard for it. Or something. They were, of course, lucky to be allowed to rent such a lovely home, since prior to moving to the Saperstein mansion, they had frequented another Hamptons abode. After one summer, however, the owner was so dismayed at the amount of carbon-emitting electricity they used, the Clintons didn't get much of their security deposit back. So they moved on to Republican donors who were happy to take their money.

    http://spectator.org/blog/63046/while-rubio-struggled-hillary-clinton-spent-200k-month-hamptons-summer-home
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    Jun 13, 2015 11:48 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidEverything about her runs counter to what she allegedly stands for.

    Global warming? Her carbon footprint is huge.

    Gay rights? She takes tens of millions from countries and organizations that kill gays.

    Income inequality? Why hasn't she scaled back to a meager $10k per speech?

    Stronger relations with Russia? Thanks to her Putin has been and will continue to do as he pleases.

    The list goes on and on.

    Of course, and the notion that she is "running for all Americans" is an insult to the intelligence of all with above single-digit IQs.
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    Jun 14, 2015 12:03 AM GMT
    socalfitness said
    Of course, and the notion that she is "running for all Americans" is an insult to the intelligence of all with above single-digit IQs.


    You mean, she's pitching at Republican voters?
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    Jun 14, 2015 1:01 AM GMT
    Nothing Hillary could do will cost Rubio his chance to be president.

    He has to have something before he can lose it.
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    Jun 14, 2015 1:31 AM GMT
    JuanPablomv89 said

    That FAT PIG is a THIEF and only IGNORANT Hollywood celebrities and old middle age gay men like you will vote for a stupid fat woman who cant even know how giving head to her horny pervert husband


    Speaking of single-digit IQs.
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    Jun 14, 2015 3:00 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    He only WISHES he could vote for Hillary. He's a Brit and lives in the UK. He's totally irrelevant.


    I have no such wish and I'm happy for anyone to win, provided it is not a Republican.

    As for my relevance, I've never managed to get myself banned from the site, unlike the 'highly relevant' Southbeach, who, together with his sock puppets, has been banned from here more times than anyone can remember.
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    Jun 14, 2015 3:47 PM GMT
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    southbeach1500 said
    He only WISHES he could vote for Hillary. He's a Brit and lives in the UK. He's totally irrelevant.


    I have no such wish and I'm happy for anyone to win, provided it is not a Republican.

    As for my relevance, I've never managed to get myself banned from the site, unlike the 'highly relevant' Southbeach, who, together with his sock puppets, has been banned from here more times than anyone can remember.
    Your endless generalization of all republicans proves your total ignorance. Despite his financial woes, Marco Rubio is far more qualified to be President of the U.S. than the hapless Hillary ho. Marco has worked hard and earned his political career while her majesty Hillary the foul mouthed lamp thrower has had everything handed to her on a silver platter up to and including her appointment as Secretary of State in the Obama Administration. It is obvious to any sound minded person that Marco Rubio understands and is more sympathetic to the plight of the struggling masses than the spoiled rotten, entitled, power hungry whore from Chappaqua, Westchester County, New York. Marco Rubio just favors more entrepreneurial style initiatives to encourage folks to work for their prosperity rather than more costly, free government hand outs that the whore and most other democrats favor which creates a permanent subculture of dependency and maintains the vicious cycle of poverty in our cities, inner ring suburbs, and isolated rural areas like Appalachia, the Ozarks, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and numerous Indian Reservations.
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    Jun 14, 2015 3:56 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    Ex_Mil8 said
    southbeach1500 said
    He only WISHES he could vote for Hillary. He's a Brit and lives in the UK. He's totally irrelevant.


    I have no such wish and I'm happy for anyone to win, provided it is not a Republican.

    As for my relevance, I've never managed to get myself banned from the site, unlike the 'highly relevant' Southbeach, who, together with his sock puppets, has been banned from here more times than anyone can remember.
    Your endless generalization of all republicans proves your total ignorance. Despite his financial woes, Marco Rubio is far more qualified to be President of the U.S. than the hapless Hillary ho. Marco has worked hard and earned his political career while her majesty Hillary the foul mouthed lamp thrower has had everything handed to her on a silver platter up to and including her appointment as Secretary of State in the Obama Administration. It is obvious to any sound minded person that Marco Rubio understands and is more sympathetic to the plight of the struggling masses than the spoiled rotten, entitled, power hungry whore from Chappaqua, Westchester County, New York. Marco Rubio just favors more entrepreneurial style initiatives to encourage folks to work for their prosperity rather than more costly, free government hand outs that the whore and most other democrats favor which creates a permanent subculture of dependency and maintains the vicious cycle of poverty in our cities, inner ring suburbs, and isolated rural areas like Appalachia, the Ozarks, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and numerous Indian Reservations.

    As Southbeach said, he doesn't live in the US. Also arrogant and ignorant, totally irrelevant and not worth the time.
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    Jun 14, 2015 4:14 PM GMT
    socalfitness said
    roadbikeRob said
    Ex_Mil8 said
    southbeach1500 said
    He only WISHES he could vote for Hillary. He's a Brit and lives in the UK. He's totally irrelevant.


    I have no such wish and I'm happy for anyone to win, provided it is not a Republican.

    As for my relevance, I've never managed to get myself banned from the site, unlike the 'highly relevant' Southbeach, who, together with his sock puppets, has been banned from here more times than anyone can remember.
    Your endless generalization of all republicans proves your total ignorance. Despite his financial woes, Marco Rubio is far more qualified to be President of the U.S. than the hapless Hillary ho. Marco has worked hard and earned his political career while her majesty Hillary the foul mouthed lamp thrower has had everything handed to her on a silver platter up to and including her appointment as Secretary of State in the Obama Administration. It is obvious to any sound minded person that Marco Rubio understands and is more sympathetic to the plight of the struggling masses than the spoiled rotten, entitled, power hungry whore from Chappaqua, Westchester County, New York. Marco Rubio just favors more entrepreneurial style initiatives to encourage folks to work for their prosperity rather than more costly, free government hand outs that the whore and most other democrats favor which creates a permanent subculture of dependency and maintains the vicious cycle of poverty in our cities, inner ring suburbs, and isolated rural areas like Appalachia, the Ozarks, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and numerous Indian Reservations.

    As Southbeach said, he doesn't live in the US. Also arrogant and ignorant, totally irrelevant and not worth the time.
    Similar to the Canadian nosy Rosie from Vancouver, Meninlove. He is also irrelevant as well.
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    Jun 14, 2015 5:03 PM GMT
    socalfitness said
    As Southbeach said, he doesn't live in the US.


    I've never pretended otherwise. Meanwhile, you're happy to kiss SB's ass regardless of his discreditable conduct on this site. But then, you've pulled a few discreditable tricks of your own over the years: veiled threats of violence, blackmail and legal action against those with whom you disagree. And you have the nerve to call me arrogant.
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    Jun 14, 2015 5:42 PM GMT
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    socalfitness said
    As Southbeach said, he doesn't live in the US.


    I've never pretended otherwise. Meanwhile, you're happy to kiss SB's ass regardless of his discreditable conduct on this site. But then, you've pulled a few discreditable tricks of your own over the years: veiled threats of violence, blackmail and legal action against those with whom you disagree. And you have the nerve to call me arrogant.

    Nonsense about the threats of violence or blackmail. Totally ridiculous. What I did to for anyone interested is this - This foreigner stated he enlisted others to sign-up to Mitt Romney's website to make calls for the Romney ticket. But he suggested they were starting to make calls for purposes other than what was intended. I didn't threaten - I actually called Romney's campaign and spoke with their head of security, a retired FBI agent, and gave him the info as well as the site name and screen name. Although they expect some of this type of action, the fact that an action motivated by a foreigner might have some political value.

    And I would do it again without a doubt. Whether it be foreign money or some obsessive foreigner, outside influence should be combated.
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    Jun 14, 2015 6:44 PM GMT
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    Nonsense about the threats of violence or blackmail. Totally ridiculous. What I did to for anyone interested is this - This foreigner stated he enlisted others to sign-up to Mitt Romney's website to make calls for the Romney ticket. But he suggested they were starting to make calls for purposes other than what was intended. I didn't threaten - I actually called Romney's campaign and spoke with their head of security, a retired FBI agent, and gave him the info as well as the site name and screen name. Although they expect some of this type of action, the fact that an action motivated by a foreigner might have some political value.

    And I would do it again without a doubt. Whether it be foreign money or some obsessive foreigner, outside influence should be combated.


    A perfect example of your thin-skinned personality. You conveniently forgot to mention you were using these forums to recruit telephone canvassers for the Romney/Ryan campaign in the run-up to the presidential election. You also forgot to mention your implying you'd found some dirt on me elsewhere on the internet (a lie, of course).

    You have tried similar tactics with others on here too. As usual, you backpedaled like mad when you realized you'd gone too far. In spite of my being 'not worth the time', you seem to spend rather a lot of time trying to discredit me.
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    Jun 14, 2015 6:58 PM GMT
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    socalfitness said
    Nonsense about the threats of violence or blackmail. Totally ridiculous. What I did to for anyone interested is this - This foreigner stated he enlisted others to sign-up to Mitt Romney's website to make calls for the Romney ticket. But he suggested they were starting to make calls for purposes other than what was intended. I didn't threaten - I actually called Romney's campaign and spoke with their head of security, a retired FBI agent, and gave him the info as well as the site name and screen name. Although they expect some of this type of action, the fact that an action motivated by a foreigner might have some political value.

    And I would do it again without a doubt. Whether it be foreign money or some obsessive foreigner, outside influence should be combated.

    ... You conveniently forgot to mention you were using these forums to recruit telephone canvassers for the Romney/Ryan campaign in the run-up to the presidential election. You also forgot to mention your implying you'd found some dirt on me elsewhere on the internet (a lie, of course).

    You have tried similar tactics with others on here too. As usual, you backpedaled like mad when you realized you'd gone too far. In spite of my being 'not worth the time', you seem to spend rather a lot of time trying to discredit me.

    The only thing you got right was I mentioned the opportunity for telephone canvassers for the Romney/Ryan campaign. I have every right to do that, and if a similar opportunity arises in the future, I will do it again. And if you don't like it, tough shit. If you try to interfere again, I'll do the same thing.