Lat year, taxpayers worldwide forked over $17 billion to Third World dictators, who probably pocketed most of the money. It was all done to “fight AIDS.” Of this, U.S. taxpayers contributed $5.6 billion.
It’s not enough, says Mrs. Clinton. Taxpayers must do more. Lots more.
She says it’s our responsibility to clean up the effects of Third World sexual maniacs. Her slogan: “They diddle. We pay.”
We can do it, she says, which means you. She gets paid to spend our money. She gets free plane fare and rooms in 4-star hotels in exotic lands to promise goodies from us.
The sales device is to save the children. We owe it to the children.
Some 34 million people worldwide are living with HIV, and despite a decline in new infections over the last decade, 2.5 million people were infected last year.
Given those staggering figures, what does an AIDS-free generation mean? That virtually no babies are born infected, young people have a much lower risk than today of becoming infected, and that people who already have HIV would receive lifesaving treatment.
So get busy. Earn a little extra money, which the Feds will extract from you. All over the Third World, young men are working hard all night. You must work harder during the day.