Skip to comments.Prominent female politician dabbles in the occult? (Hillary's conjuring ghosts alert)
Posted on 09/21/2010 6:22:14 AM PDT by Zakeet
From the New York Daily News on June 24, 1996:
The White House yesterday tried to downplay Hillary Rodham Clintons ties with controversial spiritualist Jean Houston denying that the First Lady is involved with seances or gurus.
In his book The Choice, Bob Woodward reveals that Houston conducted White House sessions where the First Lady held conversations with Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi.
There was none of this mystic mumbo jumbo these were not seances, Clintons spokesman Neel Lattimore said. This was just a use of her imagination
Neither President Clinton nor the First Lady commented on the book yesterday. But in her syndicated column on June 4, Clinton acknowledged she has had imaginary conversations with Eleanor Roosevelt.
Well, who hasnt?
Give Hillary a break, though. She was just a young girl in her mid-40s. You know how it is
You get in with the wrong crowd, you meet a boy whos no good for you, and the next thing you know, youre someplace you dont belong and everything is strange and frightening. Can you blame her for seeking solace in the unknown?
According to the Main Stream Media, this kind of stuff obviously disqualifies a conservative like Christine O'Donnell from public office, while it greatly enhances the World Smartest Woman's judgment and standing
Didn’t Hillary participate in a seance to try to channel Eleanor Roosevelt’s ghost...
Seems to me nancy reagan was into that stuff too. I could be wrong though.
Nancy was into astrology I believe.
Some High School girl briefly dabbled in witchcraft? Stone her! Stone her! She is a false believer!
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That is creepy. I wouldn’t want to live in the WH. Not after that.
Once, in high school, several of us used a ouija board to find the name of our first wife/husband...er, maybe it was the name of my second wife...don’t really remember.
Point is...it was a long time ago, and I turned out fine.
Just ask my third wife.
I’d rather have O’Donnell than her democrap opponent who channels MARX.
I did that too. Now, however, I know how dangerous it was.
Tell me that hairdo doesn’t have something to do with the devil -
cause it’s hell to look at!
Gov. Jindal, once used his belief in Jesus to defeat a demon.
All, are perfectly logical in the realm of the Bible. Yet, Gov. Jindal was the only one doing the right thing.
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