Meet Hillary

[For the Record.  Senator Maria Cantwell (Washingtonn state), Senator Kirsten Gillibrand  (New York) and Senator Patty Murray (Washington state) are Mormons who’re pretending to not be Mormons.  cc all Mormon attorneys]

She’s a mother, a daughter, a wife, a presidential candidate.

Meet Hillary Rodham Clinton:


WASHINGTON — This particular music video won’t debut at the MTV Music Awards anytime soon, but it certainly has been making the rounds in cyberdom as a new Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign video was released recently.

The “Stand With Hillary Clinton” Political Action Committee has a country music flare to it, detailing the leader’s life and the values she stands for, as the vocalist strums the ballad down rural roads and outside a classic red barn.
Some of the lyrics allude to Clinton’s memoir “Hard Choices” that came out earlier this year.
“I have been thinking about one great lady in my life. She’s a mother a daughter and through it all she’s a loving wife. Oh there is something about this great lady — caring, hardworking … she fights for country and my family, now it’s time for us to stand up with Hillary.”

(Mormon Church of Satan KSL, December 5,2014, )

110216-dow-cmaawards, November 2, 2016, 4pm  (I looked for but could not find any news at about the “ambush”, the killing of two police officers in Iowa. cc all Mormon attorneys)

south moon under … Endless Rose …, November 2, 2016, 9:30pm

Rose Law Firm is an American law firm headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas.

It is the third oldest law firm in the United States[3] and the oldest west of the Mississippi River.[4][5] It is also the oldest company of any kind in Arkansas.[4]

In the economic realm, Rose has been termed “the ultimate establishment law firm”[6] in the state and “the legal arm of the powerful”.[7] During the 1970s, for example, its clients included Tyson FoodsWal-Mart, large brokerage Stephens Inc.Worthen Bank, and the Arkansas Democrat and other Hussman family media holdings.[6]Hillary Rodham became the firm’s first female associate,[6] and soon its first female partner,[8] during her husband Bill Clinton‘s tenure as Arkansas Attorney General and Governor of ArkansasWebster HubbellVince Foster, and William H. Kennedy, III were also partners, before becoming Assistant Attorney GeneralDeputy White House Counsel, and Associate White House Counsel in the Clinton administration, respectively.[9] In all, the firm grew five times in size between the early 1970s and early 1990s.[10]

Rose Law Firm entered the national news during the 1990s as part of the Whitewater controversy, as investigators sought to determine how much work Clinton had done for the firm while representing Jim McDougal in cases involving the latter’s Madison Guaranty and Castle Grande enterprises.[11]

Vince Foster
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Sketch of Vince Foster
Born Vincent Walker Foster Jr.
January 15, 1945
Hope, Arkansas, U.S.
Vincent Walker “Vince” Foster Jr. (January 15, 1945 – July 20, 1993) was a Deputy White House Counsel during the first half-year of President Bill Clinton‘s administration. Before that, he was a partner at Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, where he was the recipient of several awards, and a colleague and friend of Hillary Rodham Clinton. At the White House he was unhappy with work in politics and spiraled into depression and committed suicide (as confirmed by five official or governmental investigations). Since his death, awards and honors have been named after Foster to validate his contributions to the Arkansas legal profession.

Which one of these people (and others not included in the photo; for example, Donna Brazile, Loretta Lynch, Anthony Weiner) will commit “suicide”, or maybe be a casualty in a plane “accident”?



(Australia Stock Exchange, November 3,2016 Sydney; November 2, 2016 New York, )

You ought to go north somebody told us
Cause the air is filled with gold dust
And fortune falls like snow flakes in your hands
Now I don’t recall who said it
But we’d lived so long on credit
And so we headed out to find our promised land

Just poor Smoky Mountains farm folk
With nothing more than high hopes
So we hitched our station wagon to a star
But our dreams all fell in on us
Cause there was no land of promise
Though it’s a stuggle just keepin’ sight of who you are
Oh and these northern nights are dreary
And my southern heart is weary
As I wonder how the old folks are back home
But I know that they all love me
And they’re all thinking of me
The Smoky Mountains memories keep me strong
[black female, electric shock:] cmaawards-blackfemaleelectrocuted 

Electrocution is death caused by electric shock, electric current passing through the body. The word is derived from “electro” and “execution”, but it is also used for accidental death.[1][2] The word is also sometimes used to describe non-fatal injuries due to electricity.[3] The term “electrocution,” was coined in 1889 by US newspapers just before the first use of the electric chair in 1890, originally referred only to electrical execution (from which it is a portmanteau word), and not to accidental or suicidal electrical deaths. However, since no English word was available for non-judicial deaths due to electric shock, the word “electrocution” eventually took over as a description of all circumstances of electrical death from the new commercial electricity.