Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Clintons' finances

I can't vouch for this information. It was forwarded to me by a friend. Most of it does sound right. Some of the facts I know to be true.
If Hillary Clinton wins in 2008 And Bill Clinton is 'appointed' to fill her Senate Seat And either live to retire 'they' (together or alone) Would get....

Two US Presidential retirement checks,

Two US Senate retirement Checks,


A retirement check from the State of Arkansas .

About the only thing they MIGHT NOT get is...

A Social Security Check....

But I wouldn't bet on it....

I understand old Bill has earned

$40,000,000 in the past six years.

What a guy!


HRC, as a New York State Senator,

Now comes under the

'Congressional Retirement and Staffing Plan,'

Which means that even if she never gets re-elected,

She STILL receives her Congressional salary until she dies.

(Would it not be nice if all Americans

Were pension eligible after only 4 years?)

If Bill outlives her,

He then inherits HER salary until HE dies.

He is already getting his Presidential salary until he dies.

If Hillary outlives Bill,

She also gets HIS salary until she dies.

Guess who pays for that?

It's common knowledge that in order for her

To establish NY residency,

They purchased a million dollar-plus house

In upscale Chappaqua, New York .

Makes sense!

They are entitled to Secret Service protection for life.

Still makes sense.

Here is where it becomes interesting.

Their mortgage payments hover at around

$10,000 per month.

BUT, an extra residence 'had' to be built

Within the acreage to house

The Secret Service agents.

The Clinton's charge

The Federal government $10,000 monthly rent

For the use of that extra residence,

Which is about equal to their mortgage payment.

This means that American taxpayers,

Are paying the Clinton's




Safety and security,

As well as the salaries For their 12 man staff -- and,

This is all perfectly legal!

How many people

Can YOU send this to?



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