I can't believe the lack of Hillary 'dirt', being raise.
Sure, it's alot harder to dig up online these days, but how short are memouries of what once made some 'interesting' documentaries on MSM.
What happened to memouries of all those no longer 'inconvenient' (to the Clinton's), people, because they 'conveniently' DIED?
What, because she's a woman, we're supposed to forget she's also ...no more simple word for it... a cunt?
The 'intellectual pedigree' of this woman, alone, should wipe her straight off the 'trustable' scale.
First Lady of the United States
Official First Lady Portrait of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
After Bill Clinton was elected to the White House in 1992, Hillary Rodham Clinton became the First Lady of the United States in 1993. She was the first First Lady to hold a post-graduate degree and the first to have her own successful professional career.
She is regarded as the most openly empowered presidential wife in American history other than Eleanor Roosevelt.
* Virginia Abernethy (1955) (anthropologist)
* Harriet Stratemeyer Adams (1914) (author of Nancy Drew series, pen name Carolyn Keene)
* Madeleine Albright (1959) (former U.S. Secretary of State)
* Katharine Lee Bates (1880) (author of the words to the anthem America the Beautiful)
* Jane Bolin LL.B. (1928) First African-American woman to become a judge)
* Annie Jump Cannon (1884) (astronomer)
* Hillary Rodham Clinton (1969) (U.S. Senator; Former First Lady of the U.S.)
* Ophelia Dahl (1994) (director of Partners In Health)
* Diane Mott Davidson, attended but later transferred to another college. (mystery writer)
* Marjory Stoneman Douglas (1912) (conservationist and writer)
* Kimberly Dozier (1987) (journalist)
* Nora Ephron (1962) (movie screenplay writer: When Harry Met Sally...; Writer and Director: Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail)
* Abigail Garner(1997) (author of Families Like Mine)
* Carolyn Gold Heilbrun (1947) (professor of English literature at Columbia University, and mystery novelist under the name "Amanda Cross")
* Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz (historian)
* Lois Juliber (1971) (Vice Chairman of Colgate-Palmolive)
* Jean Kilbourne (educator)
* Lisa Kleypas (1986) (novelist)
* Ali MacGraw (actress)
* Judith Martin (1959) (newspaper columnist: Miss Manners)
* Madame Chiang Kai-shek (1917) (former First Lady of the Republic of China)
* Pamela Melroy (1983) (astronaut)
* Anne W. Patterson (1971) (former Acting U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations)
* Ruth Baker Pratt (congresswoman) first woman elected to Congress from New York (1929-33).
* Reena Raggi, U.S. federal judge
* Cokie Roberts (1964) (journalist)
* Nayantara Pandit Sahgal (1947), novelist, niece of Jawaharlal Nehru and cousin of Indira Gandhi
* Diane Sawyer (1967) (journalist, "Good Morning America")
* Lynn Sherr (1963) (journalist)
* Elisabeth Shue, attended but later transferred to Harvard (actress)
* Michele J. Sison, American diplomat
* Linda Wertheimer (1965) (journalist)
* Patricia J. Williams (1972) (law professor at Columbia University, recipient of the MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, also known as the "genius award")
* Bing Xin (1926) (Chinese poet, essayist, short-story writer)
Wellesley in popular culture
* Wellesley is the college in which the 2003 film Mona Lisa Smile was set; some of the outdoor scenes were filmed on campus.
* The character of Shirley Schmidt (Candice Bergen) on ABC's "Boston Legal"  is a Wellesley alumna.
* I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can: an episode of The Simpsons where Lisa Simpson is tempted by the Siren-like representatives of the Seven Sisters (and George Plimpton), who offer a free ride to the Sister school of her choice (and a George Plimpton hot plate) if she will throw a Spelling Bee .
* In John Irving's novel The World According to Garp, the protagonist's mother, Jenny Fields, attended Wellesley but dropped out in an act of rebellion against her upper-class parents.
* Mentioned in the movie Girl, Interrupted as the school Winona Ryder's character's former classmate will be attending instead of Radcliffe.
* Mentioned in the cartoon Family Guy, Meg says that she used to want to attend Wellesley, but her mother told her she might as well put on some combat boots and declare herself a lesbian right now.
* Article in Rolling Stone detailed on-campus sexcapades of Wellesley students (2001.)
Sakena Yacoobi receives prestigious award 13 July 2005
(LOOK AT THE SYMBOLOGY OF THE BLOODY AWARD "TROPHY", FFS!)
US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton presented the 2005 Democracy Award of the National Endowment for Democracy
to Professor Sakena Yacoobi, Executive Director of the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL).
Zonta funds AIL's health and education projects
to improve the lives of Afghan women. Professor Yacoobi received the award as a distinguished leader in educating average citizens and local leaders about the basic values and principles of democracy, the rights of women and ethnic minorities, strategies for peace-building and conflict resolution, and the importance of broad political participation.
BUT THEY'RE HOMELESS AFTER THE EARTHQUAKES, AND WHAT'S THE USE OF OF AN 'EDUCATION' FOR SOME, WHEN MOST ...BLOODY HELL, WHY GO ON....BLOODY ZONTA DYKES!!!!
Originally Posted by gforce
Originally Posted by Theboy
A higher percentage of women voted for the Nazi's in the 1933 elections. I guess Kinder, Kurch, Kusche is a winner, even though most women wouldn't admit it.
Its the damn Zonta club they give me the creeps :b:
You damn well blood right about that evil mob of witches;
Story of the ZONTA Emblem
ZONTA & the
Zonta brings women's concerns to the UN, suggests solutions, and draws public attention to issues.