In the last Democratic debate, after criticizing Bernie Sanders for bringing up the 1990s (Bill Clinton's welfare reform, the crime bill, and bankruptcy reform), Hillary Clinton said she'd prefer to look forward --- but then she went back to 1990's --- to tout job creation under her husband.
In 1997, Bill Clinton signed a Republican bill that reduced the top capital gains tax rate from 28 percent to 20 percent, unlocking venture capital investment (companies like Bain Capital loved that) when the high tech Internet-based economy was exploding with start-ups and the jobs that came with it (of course, the Dot.Com era has since went bust).
The bill also created tax free Roth IRAs that encouraged millions of Americans to save and invest for their retirement --- and many of them went bust too --- especially after Bill Clinton deregulated the banks in the 1990s, which sank the stock market in 2008.
Yes, under Bill Clinton, a lot of jobs were created --- low paying jobs --- after millions of union jobs and the better-paying jobs went to places like Mexico and China after Bill Clinton signed off on NAFTA and PNTR for China --- which sent those jobs to foreigners.
Now we have a service economy with lots of bartenders, waiters, and fast-food workers --- many part-time or temporary positions that once only required a high school diploma. Now young people with college degrees today are working these jobs --- while in debt for thousands of dollars, and with no benefits (like pensions).
Hillary Clinton says she's not running for her husband's third term, but touted his polices from the 1990s. She said she's not running for Obama's third term, but wraps herself in his administration (who didn't prosecute any banker and didn't notify the people in Flint of lead in their water). And Hillary says she will continue with Obama's policies --- who, by the way, campaigned in front of the tax-dodging Nike headquarters to push hard for another bad trade deal --- the TPP.
Hillary Clinton claims to be a "progressive who get things done" --- and she mentioned there was HillaryCare (which crashed and burned) before there was ObamaCare. The only significant achievement while a senator of New York was to get the Flag Protection Act of 2005 introduced. What did THAT do for the struggling middle-class and poor --- make them more patriotic?
The Clintons had YEARS to fix what is wrong today --- but they didn't --- they are actually part of the problem and WHY things are the way they are today.
Hillary Clinton falsely accused Bernie Sanders of "very artful smears and innuendos", and for running a negative campaign, when all along it's been she herself who is guilty of these things. In the last debate she falsely accused Bernie Sanders of not supporting the auto bailout (which he clumsily defended at the time); when if fact he did --- and voted for the same exact bill that Hillary's main supporters also voted for (link and link). During the debate she also criticized a company who benefited from the auto bailout for moving overseas to dodge taxes.
At the last debate, the corporate media (which is in the bag for Clinton) criticized Sanders for mistreating her (again implying he was "sexist") by defending his time to speak without rude interruptions or filibusters by Hillary Clinton (which she herself is known to do all the time!).
For those that missed it, or couldn't sit through the whole 2-hour Democratic Debate, here are the best recaps --- including many highlights that the cable news stations (CNN, MSNBC and Fox News) aren't showing, because they only want to cast Bernie in a bad light and Hillary in a good light.
Hillary Clinton, and those in the media (like CNN --> aka Clinton Network News), are running a false campaign against someone who would raise their taxes. Hillary is only talking the talk now; Bernie's walked the walk his entire life. (And a vote for Hillary could also mean a vote for Trump).
Here are the best and most relevant and most important 26 minutes of the 7th Democratic debate on March 6, 2016 in Flint, Michigan (There are two separate videos, each 13 minutes long.)