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Irony, Clinton-style: Hillary raking in millions discussing ‘cancer of [income] inequality’

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By Doug Powers  •  May 28, 2014 11:28 AM

**Written by Doug Powers

There is a four-minute video tease featuring Hillary Clinton outlining the contents of her forthcoming book, “Hard Choices.” One of the topics Hillary outlines is what she refers to as the “cancer of inequality” (h/t Instapundit):

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Hillary has been saying frequently that something needs to be done about income inequality. Oddly enough, Clinton often addresses that topic while raking cash into a wheelbarrow and dumping it into the trunk of a limo:

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Hey, the Clintons didn’t get to be worth over $100 million by walking the walk.

A hard cover copy of Hillary’s new book in which she discusses how to address income inequality is priced at over $20. Percent discount for the proletariat disproportionately affected by the price: Zero.

Maybe Hillary can address any “rhetoric vs. actions” discrepancies in her next book, “Hypocrisy for the Common Good.”

Oh, and there is no mention of Benghazi in Hillary’s preview of “Hard Choices.” But you probably could have guessed that.

**Written by Doug Powers

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