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Posted on 11/07/2001 6:07:28 AM PST by Creightongrad
I finished Barbara Olson's "The Final Days" and got mad all over again about the Clinton years. Mrs. Olson recounts at great lengths the pardons for money game. Denise Rich gave over $1 million to the Clinton Library.
It turns out that this scam in Little Rock is a big slush fun for "the Big He." There is a 5,000 sq foot apartment at the top. He uses the Library Foundation to reward friends such as Mrs. Rich and Cheryl Mills.
So I got this idea. I contributed $.03 by credit card to the Clinton Library.
My research indicates that for each credit card contribution the "retailer" is billed by the bankcard comany $0.10 to $0.35.
Imagine if 1 million people contributed $.03 to the Clinton Library. $30,000 in gifts could result in costs of $100,000 to $350,000. It would actually deplete his slush fund.
I also suspect I'll receive some type of mail acknowledgement of my gift. There is also record keeping. Costs there at least $1 per gift. Another $1M gone.
If anyone with more experience could point out flaws in this action, then please post.
One thing comes to mind immediately is that they could wise up and accept contributions of only $5.00. That's why this action would have to take place quickly and preferably over a weekend.
Just think of Mrs. Olson while doing this, all the harm Clinton has done to this country and continues to do. This Library is just a platform for both Clintons to rewrite history and stay in our faces.
The address is www.clintonpresidentalcenter.com
I'd like about a million Americans to join me.
I doubt if the banks would cut them any slack.
As a graduate of a Jesuit school I can't understand why they let him speak there. I'm ashamed.
LOL!!!! I like your thinking!!! It reminds me of my scheme to get even with the gas stations during $2.50 gas here in Chicago. Buy .50 cents worth of gas at a time on a credit card, and it cost the station more than they made from me to process the transaction.
Hey, you STOLE your idea from me! LOL!!!
San Francisco, Saturday, November 10 -
"Night of Heroes" to benefit the September 11th Fund and the Say Hey Foundation.
Master of Ceremonies Lon Simmons, with special guests Willie Mays, Bill Clinton, Mayor Willie Brown,
Rob Schneider and Sharon Stone. Tickets $600. 650-327-6297.
What are these organizations thinking? Heroes/Bill Clinton? Say, Hey! Say, Ho! Bill Clinton is no herooooo!
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