Hillary Clinton is banking on the short term memory of the average American Voter.
This time, it concerns the nuclear capability of North Korea and role her husband, former President Bill Clinton, played in making it possible.
HRC said the following in the NY Times about North Korea's ability to make and deliver Nuclear weapons:
"Put simply, they couldn't do that when George Bush became president, and now they can."
True, but not the whole truth and very, and deliberately, misleading.
LargeBill quotes an article from the Investor Business Daily:
While the Clinton administration was congratulating itself for talking Pyongyang out of its atomic nuclear ambitions and Carter was telling the world that he didn't see the DPRK as an outlaw nation, Kim was moving ahead with plans to build a nuclear weapon.
The world learned this in October 2002, when North Korea admitted to U.S. envoy James Kelly that it had violated its deal with the U.S. by carrying on a secret nuclear weapons program.
In response, the Bush White House suspended the oil shipments and construction on the light-water nuclear reactors that the Clinton administration arranged.
Now, Hillary Clinton wants the country to believe that Kim didn't restart the program until Jan. 20, 2001, or later.
The truth that HRC is hiding was brought into the light quite well over at the Spoons Experience:
Coming from the wife of the man who built North Korean nuclear reactors and a national party that has insisted upon capitulation to North Korea at every turn, and hamstrung George Bush's use of force, Ms. Clinton's comments are nothing short of scandalous.
Michelle Malkin has a good roundup of articles on this scandalous behavior by Hillary Clinton.
Let's not forget Hillary's fund raising ethical (and probably illegal) problems.
As Ann Coulter put it in her latest column:
They win in the dark; we win in the light.