I’ve Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words
Author: Thomas D. Kuiper
Publisher: World Ahead Media
Reviewed by: Dorothy Thompson

Thomas D. Kuiper has outdone himself with the hilarious quote book, I’ve Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words by World Ahead Media, which takes pot shots at sayings Hillary Clinton has been known to have said and some aren’t exactly something a future President would want others to know about. But, Tom is letting the cat out of the bag with such goodies as:

On Arkansas, “I had never before lived in a place so small, so friendly and southern, and I loved it (she should have stopped right there). I went to Arkansas Razorback football games and learned to call the hogs.”

Ouch. Bad bad Hillary.

Oh, but there’s more…

Talking to female friends about the lack of quality men in Arkansas, she is quoted as saying, “When I look at what’s available in the man department, I’m surprised more women aren’t gay.”

Double ouch!

And poor womanizing-can’t-keep-his-hands-to-himself-Bill received quite a few backlashings from his lady love in front of public eyes…and ears…

When wild Bill’s womanizing was at it’s peak, she was quoted as saying to a private detective, “I want you to do damage control over Bill’s philandering…Bill’s going to be president of the United States…I want you to get rid of all these bitches he’s seeing…I want you to give me the names and addresses and phone numbers, and we can get them under control.”

Hillary, Hillary, Hillary, when the chips are down, why is it everyone else’s fault? What about your darling husband? Was getting the Presidency all that you were concerned about?

Hilarious, hilarious book. Tom Kuiper spent years of research to bring to you an enjoyable book showing you the real side of Hillary Clinton – and often it’s the side of her she sure doesn’t want others to see before the election.

Kudos to Tom for bringing us I’ve Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words. Highly recommended!

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