Reunited and it feels so good! Looks like Bill and Hill have reconciled with their old pal, George Soros. Bill Clinton is set to be the special guest star at a fund raiser for gubernatorial candidate, Mark Dayton of Minnesota who is in a recount battle with Republican Tom Emmer.
So near and dear is Dayton to Soros that he’s hosting the bash at his New York home.
Soros and the Clintons were once, literally, thick as thieves. Soros reveled in having access to the Clinton White House and fancied himself part of the “Clinton team.” The Clinton administration allowed It’s- Not- Easy- Being God Soros to run wild in the dying Soviet Union. The results were entirely predictable.
Soros has recently taken an altogether unhealthy interest in state elections. Mindful of the famous Stalin admonition that the people who cast the votes don’t decide an election, the people who count the votes do, Soros has injected himself into state elections via his Secretary of State project. The phony philanthropist who thinks he’s God is funding the SOS project, conniving to ensconce regime-friendly operatives in Secretaries of State offices nationwide.
SoS was instrumental in abetting freak show refugee, Al Franken’s senate seat depredation by way of Soros factotum, Minnesota Secretary of State, Mark Ritchie:
The SoS Web site lauds Ritchie as ‘arguably the most progressive secretary of state in America,’ and states: ‘Thanks to SoS Project donors, Minnesota’s Mark Ritchie – a true champion for Democracy – was able to defeat a two-term incumbent Republican by less than 5 points. We helped close the gap and make the difference with cable television ads targeting women and seniors.’
Minnesota voters should take great pride in knowing that Ritchie was also endorsed by ACORN—making him exactly the right guy to be counting votes.
Installing a Soros friendly operative in the governor’s mansion is another phase of Soros’s strategy to ensure that Minnesota’s ten electoral votes go to the Democratic nominee in 2012.