Exclusive Book Excerpt! Hillary Clinton Made of Wood!
Wonkette operatives deliver! We asked for stories about Hillary lezzing up, we get stories about Hillary lezzing up. While we still have no idea why the usually reliably hysterical NewsMax.com went with the lame-o "Pat Moynihan thought Hillary was pushy" excerpt from "The Truth About Hillary," leave it to the Brits to, ahem, drudge up the hot girl-on-girl action. Let's get it on! From The Mail on Sunday:
'She was a mother, but she wasn't maternal...She was a wife, but she had no wifely instincts....She said she was passionately in love with her husband, but many of her closest friends and aides were lesbians.'OMG! Wife but not wifely? Mother but not maternal? CLOSE FRIENDS LESBIANS!?!? We'll it's all as plain as day, isn't it? Clearly, she's a witch. But does she weigh the same as a duck?
Complete Mail article after the jump.
WILL HILLARY'S 'EMBRACE OF LESBIANISM' WRECK HER BID FOR THE WHITE HOUSE?
FROM SHARON CHURCHER
MAIL ON SUNDAY
June 5, 2005
HILLARY CLINTON is facing astonishing allegations that she 'embraced' revolutionary lesbianism when she was young and tolerated her husband's philandering because their marriage was a largely sexless political convenience.
The claims are made in The Truth About Hillary, a book by ex-New York Times journalist Edward Klein.
'She was a mother, but she wasn't maternal,' says Klein, reporting that rumours were rife that she was a lesbian after she became First Lady in 1992.
'She was a wife, but she had no wifely instincts.
'She said she was passionately in love with her husband, but many of her closest friends and aides were lesbians. Everything was ambiguous.'
Political analysts say the book could be a devastating blow if, as expected, she runs for the White House in 2008.
Klein claims 'the culture of lesbianism-IN NEW YORK has influenced Hillary's political goals and personal life since she was a student at Wellesley, an elite college near Boston, from 1965 to 1969.
'There was a long tradition of lesbianism at Wellesley,' he writes. 'At least two women who were close to Hillary would become out of-the-closet lesbians.'
The book charges that the Clintons' marriage in 1975 was a sham, designed to further their liberal ideological aspirations There is also the explosive claim that Chelsea Clinton was conceived as a ploy to cover up Hillary's sexuality.
The book, excerpts from which have appeared in Vanity Fair, was dismissed by Hillary's spokesman.
Philippe Reines said: 'We don't comment on works of fiction, let alone blatant fabrications contrived by those who write trash for cash.'