Former FBI Director Louis Freeh explains in detail what the potential cost of another Clinton administration might be. Remember, Clinton's two terms were called a co-presidency, as if that were in some way estimable. Miz Clinton 'shared' in the decision making process from deciding to burn the children at Waco to sending Elian back to the hell in Cuba that his mother died trying to escape to the signing of Marc Rich's pardon.
The feckless nature in which the co-presidents pursued the investigation and prosecution of those responsible for the Khobar Tower's bombing was not unusual for the Clintons at all. The world class appeasement team constituted as their foreign policy advisory group is unmatched in its ability to substitute shallow talk for concrete results.
Mr. Freeh's j'accuse is entirely believable and deserves wide dissemination. Miz Clinton's current position as a "sensible moderate" is belied by the people with whom she chooses to surround herself—both then and now. "Moderate" can only refer to her capability in the art of dissembling, for in that she is indeed "moderate" when compared to her co-president.
There is a reason why Clinton no longer refers to her husband's two terms as a co-presidency. There are actually many, many reasons. They are the very same reasons why she will never again be more than a visitor to the White House.