Praying for Hillary’s Recovery

About 12 years ago I had the privilege of sitting in the front row of a rally for Hillary Clinton.

She was on tour as First Lady, trying to raise money and awareness for what she called America’s Treasures.

Without question, her involvement helped our small city revitalize one of the most important pieces of architecture in the entire Northeast.

At the time the Colonial Theatre was built, in 1903, it was considered one of the top acoustic theaters in the world.

It’s design and special attributes, though the building was mothballed by the civic-minded Miller family for decades, was never adversely affected.

I encourage all of my readers to take a trip to Pittsfield to see a show there sometime.

And, if you see a play, don’t bring cough drops wrapped in cellophane.

If you try to open one, every seat in the house will hear the crinkling noise…that’s how good the acoustics are.

With regard to Mrs. Clinton, the speech she gave at that rally not so long ago, was brilliantly laid out…she even gave a shout out to Jimmy’s Restaurant, a famous Italian haunt that locals all know.

She is no dummy and the audience was eating out of her hand.

As far as what she knows about what happened in Benghazi, Libya…let’s just say, if we need to, we can wait another 12 years for her to testify in front of Congress.

Her illness will pass…God willing.

When she does finally speak, the crinkling noise the entire country will hear won’t be from her; look out for a spoiled brat in the third row–gallery section, trying to duck and hide because he never bought a ticket.

No one knows his real name, or even where he comes from.

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