Who and What Molded Hillary Rodham Clinton includes four issues which have a bearing on how she would govern and what her priorities will be. Issue 1 addresses her formative years . . . learning about people who have influenced an individual, especially during their early adult years, can provide clues as to the development of that individual’s character, ideology, ethics and goals. Issue 2 addresses the e-mail scandal. Issue 3 enumerates some of the exorbitant fees Hillary has demanded for various speeches she has given, the contents of which are kept secret. It also mentions various other large dollar numbers that seem to raise questions about her motives and judgment. Finally, Issue 4 addresses the Benghazi tragedy and the turmoil in the Middle East.
Development of this material has taken over a year of research, verification, and refinement. Although there are volumes of information about Mrs. Clinton available from many sources, this brochure can inform the “uninformed” of facts defining her background and experience. Whether a person opposes or supports Hillary Clinton, this material should serve to enlighten anyone interested in the facts.
Mary L. Tripp, Chairman, Mission 2016, is a retired Ohio real estate broker and full time resident of the Village of Poinciana since 2010. Although always involved in political activities at the local, state and national level, her interest in this election lies mainly in her concern for the kind of country in which her three fourteen-year-old triplet grandchildren will be living during their lifetimes. Contributing to the creation of the Hillary brochure, she has spent the past year and a half researching Hillary Rodham Clinton - not because she admired her, but because she feels strongly that Clinton will continue and amplify the policies of Barack Obama, thereby transforming our country into a socialist state.
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