$25 Million to “Pay the bills”

by Associated Press, Breitbart  |  published on May 17, 2015

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WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton reported Friday they earned more than $25 million combined in speaking fees since January 2014.

Clinton’s presidential campaign reported the income in a personal financial disclosure report filed with the Federal Election Commission. The report, required of every candidate for the White House, also shows Hillary Clinton earned more than $5 million from her 2014 memoirs, “Hard Choices.”

The details of the report were described by a Clinton campaign official who spoke on condition of anonymity in order to discuss a report not yet publicly available from the FEC. The report was expected to be released publicly later Friday.

  • tommie

    She’s the Darling of the Tax Dollar Moochers Club, of which there are many and they will vote for her as many times as they can get away with, just like Ovomit got in the 2012 election.

  • elda

    Speaking fees must be code word for bribe or payoff because there simply are not that many people in the world that want to listen to their lies. The speeches they give must be one on one behind locked doors and then someone mysteriously goes missing.

  • jc w

    ya they owe the american tax payers a few $$$, pay up Hitlory! Makes you wonder how many people they’ve ripped off. And how much of that came from foreign contributors that support ISIS, or Al Qaeda…

  • jobird

    When is enough,enough? Never when it comes to the clintons.(no capitols on purpose)

  • savage24

    Remember, the Democrats love the poor and hate the rich. That is why the Clinton’s are their favorite (I got bills to pay) family.

  • Ddenney1

    They were so broke after the Bill legal fees they had to steal from the White House just to get by. I feel SSSOOO sorry for them I think we should provide PERMENATE facilities for them to live in such as San Quentin!!! It is still tax payer funded so they will be use to it!!!

  • KDC

    Well, my word. How did the Clinton’s ever survive being as poor as they were? How did they ever pay for all those houses? What a couple of hypocritical slobs.

  • Wayne Thorson

    It’s called capitalism. Republicans get over it.

    • KDC

      Gov. Should not tax the corps so much. They might stay here then. Both sides.

      • prm2012

        As far back as I can remember Republicans were for the working class, but they are a bunch of RINO’s in that party now.
        And there isnt much difference in both parties now, the lib-Democrats are about the same. They all tell lies, and they
        know, we the people pay them to do a job they like the money
        and we get very little in return. When they want more money
        just give themselves a raise. Must be good to be a politician.

  • 4lifeandfreedom

    Broke-back–but paid back by those who wanted to be on their “good side,” watching their back! How anyone could defend either one of them ever since he was elected is beyond me!

  • carlton goodson

    And the Clinton’s have no idea how it is to have money? A mere 25 mill.

  • bobnstuff

    Bill had a bunch of lawyer bills coming out of the White House. They may very well have been tight on cash. Here’s the question, is it better to make $50million giving speeches and paying 30% taxes on it or making the same raping companies and selling our jobs over seas and paying 15% taxes? That’s the difference between a Republican and a Democrat.

    • Ole SC

      Bob, was there a reason that you omitted the fact that Bill Clinton was the one that pushed, got passed and signed the NAFTA bill that created the sucking sound of jobs leaving this Country? just asking

      • bobnstuff

        How many jobs did NAFTA cost us? No one knows but of all the numbers I have seen the one that seems the most likely is 68,000 or in other words one third of the jobs created last month. That’s 68,000 less people coming in illegally. The jobs
        didn’t go south they went west or as we call it the far east. Do you see a lot of made in Mexico labels in the stores. It was Nixon’s trip to China that opened that can of worms. My point is that getting money with out hurting the economy and paying taxes on it is a good thing. Making money on the backs of hard working Americans and not paying your fair share of taxes is not so good.

        • Ole SC

          Bob, with the last statement ” Making money on the backs of hard working Americans and not paying your fair share of taxes is not so good” makes everything else that you have to say total “BS”. I will waste no more time on you…..you’re a lost cause!

          • bobnstuff

            One of the richest families in the US just happens to own Walmart, who pay less the half the average wage
            in the country and help their employees sign up for government aid. Look around and see who is getting rich on the back of their employees. These employees work hard and the work is hard. Once we had Unions that would help these people but the owners of our
            government are trying to put Unions out of business.

          • Ole SC

            Well Bob, how about “you” getting off your butt and go out and start a business of your own, hire as many people as you can, pay them what they “think” they are worth and then give me a shout in about three years and let me know how successful your business has become. Until then, you have no damn clue as to what a business is or how it operates and who’s efforts are worth what!! I look forward to your report in three years!

          • bobnstuff

            Been there done that. I have own four business’s in my life and help start a number of others. I always paid good wages, I wanted the best employees I could get and I wanted them to stay. My retail stores and restaurant was closed on Sunday’s because I wanted my employees to have a life with their families. It’s funny that the people I sold the business’s to all decided to be open on Sunday and found out the hard way that it was a bad move. I’m still doing consulting with start ups and helped three new companies last year get going.

          • bobnstuff

            Oh, I have been quoted on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and speak at the largest trade show
            in my industry.

          • Ole SC

            Comedy Act???

          • bobnstuff

            Marketing wizard. Co-op advertising and ad direct mail champ.

          • Ole SC

            I don’t believe a word of that. If your businesses were in the restaurant industry, there is absolutely no way that you would advocate for Unions…..no damn way!
            I’ve started, owned and sold three businesses and paid individuals what they were worth but if they had ever tried to Unionize, I would have shut the doors and sent them all home and to never return. Unionization would have broke the businesses anyway so I would have cut my losses at the beginning, I now know that you are lying liberal so don’t bother me again, you are a waste of my time!

          • bobnstuff

            Fifteen years in the restaurant business. Ten years running a three store franchise that I helped build from the ground up and then five years on my own. I never had to worry about unions, non of my employees would have wanted to take a cut in pay. My Dad on the other hand was a steel worker and made good money thanks to the union. There are times when a union is needed. There are good companies and ones that need unions. I work for one of the largest retail companies in the world right now, and I can’t see a union ever getting in because they treat the employees well. On the other hand I could see a union getting into Walmart. I’ve serviced their stores when I was a vendors rep and no one was ever in a good mood.

          • prm2012

            UNIONS Need to be put out of BUSINESS”PEROID”
            One big rip off.

          • bobnstuff

            A good union can be a partner in the success of a business. One voice for labor that management can talk to and work with. Bad unions are just a second boss for the workers and an adversary for management. I’ve seen both. Today’s corporations
            are getting to greedy and the management has lost the value of the worker. It’s all about today’s money because the managers don’t plan on being there long enough to worry about the future. Don’t invest the money back into the business, buy stocks back to raise the value of your stocks. Don’t worry about the workers, it’s the short term that counts. Good unions can create a good work force and build the middle class.

          • prm2012

            Never heard of a good union, have worked around union jobs but never a member of a union. However I do know some family, my brother, uncles, cousins. All I heard was
            some good and more bad than good. My brother was a steward, and didn’t care for that job. When negotiations started with the company, said company had to do this and that.
            If not going to strike, and they had a quite a number of them. The employee still had to pay the bills and of course the union DUES, the union sure isn’t going to pay the employees. But one thing good was in Tennessee, a right to work law and some would cross the pickett line and work, trouble from time to time. So I never took any Interest in union work. That is why I say don’t need unions “peroid” I believe everyone should have the right to work, with no union anywhere.
            I believe the union was good way back when it started, because of abuse of the workers, but that has changed over time. Seemes to me that the unions now act like thugs force people to work union or not at all, that just can’t agree with. I am gladd to live in a right to work state.

          • bobnstuff

            There are goods unions and bad ones. My brother was a union member for thirty years as an employee of the state of Connecticut. He did well and retired early, I can’t see any other way of dealing with government as an employee with out a union. My ex brother in law worked in construction and once again he did well and the company he work for also did well. I have never work in a union shop and even if I had I would not have been part of the union since I have always been in management. There are bad unions
            just like there are bad governments and bad management. We live in a less then perfect world.

          • prm2012

            I understand what you are talking about, but myself never had any interst in unions. But my brother was in a union, worked 30 years also retired about 10 years before S S. and is doing well. He told me it was at times hard to put up with all the politics, but it was makeing a living,

          • bobnstuff

            Unions are just like everything else in this country, they are run by people. There are good people trying to do their best for everyone and there are people who will rob you if given a chance. Their are good bosses and ones that need some outside force to make them do the right thing.

          • prm2012

            I agree with that, that is the truth.

        • mousekiller

          Your so right. We used to complain and gripe about stuff made in Mexico. Now it would be some relief to find starters, shoes TV.s, and other stuff that had stickers that said made in Mexico. This made in china crap is terrible. I guess we are spoiled.

          • bobnstuff

            I’m a buy American type of guy and I read labels and go on line for facts that aren’t always easy to find. Thing I did find that are interesting are, there are 14 companies making sox’s in the US an Walmart sells some of them. The largest LED light bulb company in the world assembles their bulbs in the US, Rubbermaid make almost everything they sell in the US. The US is the second largest manufacturing nation in the world and only by a very small amount. Walk though a home improvement store a look to see
            where things are made. Yes there is lots of stuff from China but there is more from the US.

      • mousekiller

        NAFTA , That was an issue long before Clinton came on the scene. but he did sign it. Ross Perrot told us that sucking sound we would hear would be jobs heading south if passed. He was right on target.

        • Ole SC

          I agree that is was an issue before Clinton but is was dormant until Clinton made a political decision that it would help him in his approval polls and then it was reincarnated and passed and signed by Clinton.

        • bobnstuff

          We export to Mexico about as much as we import, this hasn’t really changed much over the years but the amount of trade has increased, in other words for every job that went south we added a job in the US to replace it to supply the exports to Mexico. It’s a net gain in trade dollars, break even on jobs.

  • jerry young

    don’t ya know how dead broke they are? poor babies might have to skip brunch this week! anyway who in their right mind would pay to hear killary speak? the sound of her voice and just the thought that she might be elected as prez makes me want to vomit!

    • Gerry Lafleur

      yeah, brunch in Iran or Egypt or some other foreign country!

    • Gerry Lafleur

      yeah, brunch in Iran or Egypt or some other foreign country!

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