Extemporaneous events in life are those impromptu, improvised, done, performed events that we let go, albeit, without preparation. Seeing how the usage came into being from Latin — ex tempore (out of time) joined the English language sometime during the mid 17th century.
As for me the clearest understanding of the word is also in the definition. Key to understanding extemporaneous would be to think of having no, as in zero, preparation time for a speech, campaign stop or a ceremonious occasion; however listed in the definition the dregs I call them is, made for the occasion, as a shelter.
Pursuant to Hillary Rodham Clinton’s untimed physical pneumonic illness it is unfortunate for her insofar as there has been much newer and loftier news about her emailing expertise and who may have been involved.
It is right here and right now that I make my claim — If there is anyone left in the world that does not think that this woman was given just enough rope to the resident’s of the White House to hang herself or better still, don’t believe in the person who says, “I’ve got your back.”
However, in H.R.C.’s case more and more information is being disclosed than even President Barack Hussein Obama wants or cares to deal with. The emailesqe black hole is broadening now that former secretary of state and former Chairman or the Joint Chiefs of Staff is beginning to retort some of Clinton’s information.
“I would rather not have to vote for her, although she is a friend I respect,” he writes in the email dated July 26, 2014. “A 70-year-old person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational, with a husband still dicking bimbos at home (according to the NYP).”
Former President Clinton has been dogged by allegations of adultery for years, and his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky culminated in impeachment proceedings.
It’s the latest controversial email stemming from the leak — other conversations show Powell sharing concerns about Clinton’s health with Leeds.
Powell could not be reached to comment on the specific email, but spokeswoman Peggy Cifrino told The Washington Post Wednesday that “the general has been hacked and that these are his emails.”
And as far as Mrs. Clinton’s medical health recovery we still must deal with this news: Hillary Clinton allowed her staff to mistakenly think that she had a pulled muscle rather than tell them she had a blood clot in 1998.
The Democratic Presidential candidate, who was First Lady at the time, did not correct White House staffers when they assumed the problem with her right leg was due to over exercising.
According to Clinton’s doctor at the time, Connie Mariano, ‘very few’ people knew the truth and her boss refused to take time of the campaign trail for her husband’s re-election.
Instead, a nurse came with her to check on her condition and administer drugs if needed but nobody outside of her Secret Service detail was told who she was.
The incident shows that Clinton’s habit of choosing secrecy over coming clean has a long history.
It would not be until 2003, five years after the blood clot and two years after her husband left office, that Clinton would even disclose it had happened in a single paragraph in her memoir, according to The Daily Mail.uk.com.
It looks very much as though Clinton’s trustworthy rating by the public is indeed not unfair. She avoids the truth and lies for a living yet she has extemporaneous matters to deal with. Unfortunate.