Hillary spoke to AIPAC this week.
"This is a moment of great difficulty for Israel and great peril for Israel, for the U.S. and for free and democratic nations. Israel is confronting many of the toughest challenges in her history, in a neighborhood that is less secure than ever. At this moment of peril, what is vital is that we stand by our friend and our ally and we stand by our own values. Israel is a beacon of what's right in a neighborhood overshadowed by the wrongs of radicalism, extremism, despotism and terrorism.
We need only look to one of Israel's greatest threats: namely, Iran. Make no mistake, Iran poses a threat not only to Israel, but to the entire Middle East and beyond, including the U.S. I don't need to remind this group that about a month ago the Iranian government hosted a conference in Tehran whose sole purpose was to deny the Holocaust."
Want to read more of her praise for the Apartheid State of Israel ? Go here to a specially prepared section of her website
This was the (then) First Lady, who said in Spring 1998 to Arab and Israeli teen-agers attending a youth conference on Mideast peace.
"It would be in the long- term interests of peace in the Middle East for there to be a state of Palestine, a functioning modern state that is on the same footing as other states."
Her mouthpiece Marsha Berry, rushed out a statement ... "these remarks are her own personal view. The administration position on this matter has not changed."
The New York Times went ballistic. Tom Rhodes and Christopher Walker, "Congress Tells Israel to Reject Clinton’s Pullout Plan," New York Times, May 8, 1998; James Bennet, "Aides Disavow Mrs. Clinton on Mideast," New York Times, May 8, 1998. 39
Of course the bitter, raddled bitch might have still been smarting from being reminded of what Bill said on TV on January 26th,1998 "I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky."
The Clintonans, you can rely on them .. they'll always let you down.