It appears that Clinton Foundation donations were down 37% this year as Mrs. Clinton ran for the Presidency, and it started to come out that there were an awful lot of big donations to the Foundation at about the same time that Mrs. Clinton had agreed to meet with people, or had even made regulatory decisions favorable to the donor. What will be interesting will be to see whether donations continue to plummet now that the Clintons have no obvious means of granting favors anymore, or whether there is a reservoir of good will that will keep the foundation afloat.
If they continue to plummet, I'll consider that clear evidence that foundation donations were indeed "pay to play." If not, obviously another set of considerations will be involved.
Side note: in a story that will make your heart cheery, a 70 year old woman beats up a would-be home invader. It reminds me of the scene from The Princess Bride where the nearly immobile Wesley tells the tyrant prince Humperdinck that the battle will not be to the death, but "to the pain." The man will live out his days knowing he got beat up by Grandma.
Too much dignity. [Mark 10] - There are too many people who want to make us too dignified. Bartimaeus is a correction. For the crowd wanted him to shut up. He wanted to see. Mark 10:46-...
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