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Single file please, SINGLE FILE! now!


>She is not a nurse - she is a patient.

Sure she may be now "nursing" a "peace initiative" but see - she should be doing such for America’s south western "border" states instead.  Just maddening.

>She is one of our "most difficult" cases.

"Last chance for peace…"???   >>> See what I mean?

You should see here as "Queen Rodham"!   Still almost as monotone and quite similar but maddening itself in a completely other un-American way.   God bless America!!!

>She is not a queen - she is not a nurse - she is a patient.

Please, stay in single file, you will get your medication(s) shortly.

>How she came to us is a long story – you may need to visit the mens ward in the wing to the east to see "King Blythe III" - patient "Bill".

>Oh, you want to hear the story?   Well, if you wait until we get all the meds distributed and those back to their "corners" that require such, I can spare an hour for a brief synopsis.

>Oh, you only have fifteen minutes?  Hmmm.  I can try to do story justice, I guess.  They may need me to help with lunch, anyways.

Back to your chairs everyone.  PLEASE!

>How much do you remember about the nineties?  Do you remember the early ninties and the Persian Gulf War being necessary to liberate Kuwait?  Do you remember the Iraq-Iran wars that cost near a million lives and mostly Shia lives?   Did you consider Saddam was largely of sending Iraqi Shia off to kill Irani Shia and that America under Republicans had little choice but to become complicit some for such was the era of United States in struggles to thwart a global spreading of Soviet Socialism?  Have you yet asked yourself, about Saddam Hussein and his "state of mind" – Why did Saddam Hussein think he would be able or allowed to keep Kuwait?

>Ok, so you remember enough to attempt some "justification" within fifteen minutes, now ten-ish.

Queen Rodham, please return to your seat, and checkers game, please!  You know you like it better than knitting, and well you are almost ready to beat that poor, innocent "unmentionable".

>So much for that!  With only a few minutes of your time left it best we just jump straight to the year 2010, and November.   See, it must have been too much of a con to continue any longer, both President William Jefferson Clinton and Madam Secretary of State Mrs. William Jefferson Clinton had burned all their bridges, so to speak – their cons could not maintain themselves any longer, so we here think.

>It is quite amazing the stories you can garner here!

>It just have been too much for them to have played the sincere ingrates full participants in playing a hard partisan political blame game against the entire Bush family - the Bushes that had been so kind for them for so long.   Their conscience must have caught up with them, so we here think.  Their political back stabbing became, finally, too much even for them - even for them when their cons stopped maintaining themselves and the world started looking at the "Clintons’ eight years" as the much more "logical" and "guilty" root of problems facing President Obama.

What is that Queen Rodham?   You beat the "unmentionable" - you beat her bad?  Well - good for you.

>Just maddening, I tell you.

>Well, with us now only to a minute or two of your time still available today let me try to figure out what else needs to be added.  Of course > the Clintons’ economics, luckily without "Hillary-care" that "universal coverage" that really wasn’t "universal" and quite rude to those not American for being "universal" but them not. > Well, even Wall Street caught on to the Clintons’ selfish political needs to spend more time in 90s lining up "Hillary" for "President Hillary" inevitability that they didn’t look closely enough as with compromised motives they took out at least a trillion too much from federal spending and such now best considered as not just another trillion removed "too quickly".   They "turned off the tap" of necessary spending in so many ways their con(s) just started falling apart around all of us, so we here think.

>Have a good day.  God bless America.

>Yes, it really is amazing the stories you can hear here.  Live and learn.

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