Ok, the rumors are starting to get very strong now. There is chatter by those on the left that say it is now Hillary that might get the VP nod if Dean wins the nomination and not Clark. So here are some Hillary excerpts to ponder over before all you leftists get so excited about the possibility of Hillary on the VP ticket. Also there are still some that believe Hillary might even jump in the race afterall. Either way, I think there is a strong possibility that Hillary is going to be involved in 2004 one way or another. Truth List The truth on Hillary's desire to run for office... "People think that because I care so much about public issues, I should run for office myself. I don't want to run for office." -Stated in 1997 - three years before Hillary's run for Senate in New York - in her book, The Unique Voice of Hillary Rodham Clinton: A Portrait in Her Own Words by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Claire G. Osborne, p. 63, Avon Books. Tim Russert: "Would you accept the nomination [in 2004] for president or vice president?" Hillary Clinton: "No." Russert: "Will you run in 2008?" HRC: "I have no plans to run for president" -Appearing on NBC's "Meet the Press," 9/15/02 The truth on Hillary's feelings about brave law enforcement officials... "[My] personal trained Pigs!" -Hillary's opinion of her Secret Service guards; Unlimited Access, p. 90, by Gary Aldrich, Regency Publishing, Inc. 1996. And, back at Yale, Hillary helped edit the Yale Review of Law and Social Action, a left-wing journal which promoted cop-killing and featured cartoons of pig-faced police. (Barbara Olson, Hell to Pay, 1999 pp. 59-61) The truth on Hillary's family heritage... "Before I was born, a man named Sir Edmund Hillary became famous for being the first person to climb Mount Everest. My father named me after him as a symbolic message that I could achieve anything I wanted in life... that I could climb ANY mountain..." -Hillary Clinton explains in 1996 how she got her name; CounterClintonLibrary.com. She was born five years before Edmund Hillary scaled Everest. The year she was born, he was an unknown beekeeper. The truth on Hillary's socialist background... Hillaryâs activist work at Yale, monitoring the civil rights of the Black Panthers, won her a summer internship at the Berkeley office of attorney Robert Treuhaft in 1972. A hardline Stalinist, Treuhaft had quit the Communist Party in 1958 only because it was losing members and no longer provided a good platform for his activism. (Barbara Olson, 1999, pp. 56-57) "Treuhaft is a man who dedicated his entire legal career to advancing the agenda of the Soviet Communist Party and the KGB," notes historian Stephen Schwartz. (David Brock, 1996, p33) In the March 5, 1992 issue of the New York Review of Books, Gary Wills examined Mrs. Clinton's writings on child rights; he notes that Mrs. Clinton "returns to a classical concept of all social activity as political" - and thus within the sphere of state authority. Wills explains further: "In the past, the child's rights were asserted vicariously through the parent. Ms. Clinton sees those rights as, at times, to be asserted against the parent.... [T]his has always been recognized in abuse cases. But she would extend it much farther." Regarding HRC's Health-Care Reform Plan: When she was traveling across the country promoting her health plan, a woman complained that she did not want to get pigeon-holed into a plan that was not of her choosing. HRC's response: "It's time to put the common good, the national interest, ahead of individuals." The truth on Hillary's grab for power... "G**dammit Bill, you promised me that office!" The infamous Inauguration Day fight, Jan. 20, 1993, over her promised office in the White House, which traditionally goes to the vice president; Bill & Hillary: The Marriage, p. 258; by Christopher Anderson, William Morrow & Co., 1999. "We have to destroy her." -Hillary speaking of Gennifer Flowers, during the 1992 primaries, after Flowers revealed her long-term affair with Gov. Clinton; The Final Days p. 13, by Barbara Olson, Regnery Publishing 2001. "Who is going to find out? These women are all trash. Nobody's going to believe them." Circa the '92 presidential campaign, her opinion of the many women who claimed they had a relationship with Gov. Clinton; Bill & Hillary: The Marriage p. 220, by Christopher Anderson, William Morrow & Co. 1999. The truth on Hillary's ability to establish coalitions... "Gentlemen, I have looked at your proposal, and it's pure bullsh*t! Now you've had your meeting! Get out!" -Hillary's only words when she meets with health insurance executives who had a proposal of their own for health care reform, circa 1993; Unlimited Access, p. 88, by Gary Aldrich, Regnery Publishing Inc. 1996. "I suppose I could've stayed home and baked cookies and had teas..." -HRC's reaction to being criticized by Jerry Brown, during the '92 primaries, for her questionable ethics and business transactions in the 1980s. Hillary's Choice, by Gail Sheehy, p. 210, Random House 1999. The truth on Hillary's feelings about Americans living between the coasts... "Jesus, Bill, I know you've got all these redneck relatives out there..." -Confronting her husband when it's discovered that one of his long-lost relatives is a member of the KKK, circa 1993. Bill and Hillary: The Marriage p. 273, by Christopher Anderson, William Morrow & Co. 1999.