Hillary's $5 Million Oversight

Discussion in 'Politics' started by red states rule, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. red states rule

    red states rule Senior Member

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    Libs bellow how Hillary is "the smartest women in the world" while she has the worst memory I have ever seen in one person

    She forgets about this $5 million, she forgets the billing records were in her own house, she forgets what Bill told her about the pardons, she was "fooled" in to voting for the war, Bill kept Monica, Flowers, Broaddrick, and Kathy willy from her

    As this bimbo wants to be President?

    Clintons' Charity Not Listed On Senate Disclosure Forms

    By John Solomon and Matthew Mosk
    Washington Post Staff Writers
    Tuesday, February 27, 2007; Page A01

    Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and former president Bill Clinton have operated a family charity since 2001, but she failed to list it on annual Senate financial disclosure reports on five occasions.

    The Ethics in Government Act requires members of Congress to disclose positions they hold with any outside entity, including nonprofit foundations. Hillary Clinton has served her family foundation as treasurer and secretary since it was established in December 2001, but none of her ethics reports since then have disclosed that fact.

    The foundation has enabled the Clintons to write off more than $5 million from their taxable personal income since 2001, while dispensing $1.25 million in charitable contributions over that period.

    Clinton's spokesman said her failure to report the existence of the family foundation and the senator's position as an officer was an oversight. Her office immediately amended her Senate ethics reports to add that information late yesterday after receiving inquiries from The Washington Post.

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