has difficulty with men and she needs a woman friend on her same political level that she can share strategy or top secret events of the day.Hillary, says Dr. Bond, has an
inability to express her feelings and it all began back in her in childhood in Park Ridge, Illinois, a neighborhood devoid of Jews, blacks or Asians.Her father Hugh Rodham, the Mail story continues was:
curtain salesman who died of a stroke in 1993 at age 82, was a combative, working-class man from eastern Pennsylvania who was riddled with prejudices against anyone who wasn't like him. He raged about minorities in derogatory terms when he was not subjecting his family to his own violent emotions...
He was disappointed in life and lied about winning a college football scholarship to Penn State.
'He was a 'bullsh*** artist', a family member once said, but that skill made him a good salesman when hawking the drapes and lace curtains that he manufactured for hotels and offices.
Hugh was a bruiser at home and excessively spanked the couple's three children. He verbally abused Hillary's mother, Dorothy, and Bond describes their relationship as 'sadomasochist'.
Which brings to mind the case of another powerful female, Margaret Thatcher, close friend of Jimmy Savile, the serial rapist and alleged child killer, and daughter of Alfred Thatcher, grocer, alderman, devout Methodists and a notorious paedophile who treated his wife like a doormat and groped his adolescent female shop assistants.