New Yorkers have been scammed big time. Used long enough to deceive a segment of the population looking for handouts, and one enamored of superficiality and scandal, Senator-elect Hillary Clinton is now going to cry all the way to the bank with an $8 million cash book deal. Telling her tale of woe while it is still hot, of betrayal, personal suffering and behind-the-scenes influence at the White House is another sub-chapter in the Clinton saga of cynicism and exploitation. Neither Hill, nor Bill have any shame about feeding on public sympathy and weakness. Her book will add little to elevate our society already exposed to the moral and ethical pollution of the Clinton co-administration. New Yorkers are in for six more years of a big snow job unless we are delivered from this in your face duo.
To further her future goals, no doubt Hillary's concern for the less fortunate will have the homeless up front and center. Possibly she could arrange an invitation to her new digs in a DC exclusive residence to prove how much she cares, or have open house for Al Sharpton and his followers, or the unemployed she found on her tax-funded "listening tours" in upper New York State's depressed areas.
The question is - what will she do for you and for all New Yorkers? And, will her voice diminish, overpowered by the light of a new administration?