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Manitou 08-08-2016 11:46 AM

Re: No One Should Be Above the Law
 
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Originally Posted by Mikeyy (Post 833484)
I care but as long as trump isn't going to be POTUS they can rig all they want. BTW Bernie feels the same.

Trump would be POTUS, but not POSOTUS like Hillary.

Bat 08-08-2016 04:08 PM

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As Secratary Of State Ms Clinton has proved herself to be incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information. She even admitted it.

Why the heck do liberals want to promote her?

Dog Man 08-08-2016 04:10 PM

Re: No One Should Be Above the Law
 
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Originally Posted by Bat (Post 833528)
As Secratary Of State Ms Clinton has proved herself to be incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information. She even admitted it.

Why the heck do liberals want to promote her?

Well, they promoted Debbie Wasserperson Shultz for rigging the left wing nomination process, so why not Hillary? It's what they do. Corruption=Promotion.

Mikeyy 08-08-2016 04:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Dog Man (Post 833529)
Well, they promoted Debbie Wasserperson Shultz for rigging the left wing nomination process, so why not Hillary? It's what they do. Corruption=Promotion.

Do you realize who you are supporting?

Dog Man 08-08-2016 04:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Mikeyy (Post 833543)
Do you realize who you are supporting?

Why do you love Hillary so much?

Mikeyy 08-09-2016 09:02 AM

Re: No One Should Be Above the Law
 
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Originally Posted by Bat (Post 833528)
As Secratary Of State Ms Clinton has proved herself to be incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information. She even admitted it.

Why the heck do liberals want to promote her?

She wasn't incompetent. If you look at the facts nobody got her private information but Snowden and Assange got into government computers. Secondly, She made a bad choice and won't be doing it again. Trump makes bad choices and then doubles down.

foundit66 08-09-2016 10:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Mikeyy (Post 833473)
But whenever your team breaks the law you ignore the facts. Trump has been breaking campaign laws. and you don't care. Bush broke laws and you don't care. Reagan broke laws and you don't care. It's this partisan outrage that bores me shltless.

That's the part where they are losing on these arguments... :rolls
When you raise the actual history of the "email" problems? With past presidents?

I raised similar problems with Bush where they also deleted emails.
At the time, I really didn't expect anything to be done about it. I didn't expect him to be dragged out of the White House in chains.
But with Clinton, that's exactly what they demand... :rolls


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Originally Posted by Bat
As Secratary Of State Ms Clinton has proved herself to be incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information. She even admitted it.

Why do some right-wingers think that hyperbole and lies are a realistic solution to furthering Trump?

I welcome you to quote her where she said she was incompetent in matters of national security and top secret information.
I won't hold my breath for you to actually show that... :rolls

AZRWinger 08-09-2016 01:22 PM

Re: No One Should Be Above the Law
 
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Originally Posted by foundit66 (Post 833662)
That's the part where they are losing on these arguments... :rolls
When you raise the actual history of the "email" problems? With past presidents?

I raised similar problems with Bush where they also deleted emails.
At the time, I really didn't expect anything to be done about it. I didn't expect him to be dragged out of the White House in chains.
But with Clinton, that's exactly what they demand... :rolls



Why do some right-wingers think that hyperbole and lies are a realistic solution to furthering Trump?

I welcome you to quote her where she said she was incompetent in matters of national security and top secret information.
I won't hold my breath for you to actually show that... :rolls

Point out where the FBI conducted an investigation of a previous administration senior official 's email abuses then concluded there is plenty of evidence of the official not only broke the law but lied about it, then tell us the FBI’S recommendation, please. Oh wait, you can't. Hillary’s open defiance of the law and OA policy on a massive scale is unprecedented for a cabinet level official.:thumbsup

But don't worry, the fix was in for Hillary from Bill's private meeting with the AG to the FBI not making a detailed record of her interview, no perjury worries, to the FBI conjuring up a requirement for absolute proof of deliberate intent despite the statute not requiring one, theregardless is always an excuse for a Clinton to slither away.:rolls What those of us not so invested in Hillary as the new messiah want is for her to be treated like the rest of us by the people charged with enforcing the law.:thumbsup

Mikeyy 08-09-2016 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Dog Man (Post 833546)
Why do you love Hillary so much?

Honestly, I think Trump is dangerous to my country. To my kids. To the economy. To our foreign relations and to our public discourse. I think he is thin skinned and doesn't have what it takes to be POTUS. Hillary doesn't twitter every time someone trashes her. She is tougher than Trump. Trump is like a spoiled rich kid. Know why? Because that is what he is. He tells the Khan family he has sacrificed. WTF has he sacrificed except his two previous wives? C'mon man. You are not as dumb as some others. You have to get this.

foundit66 08-09-2016 04:20 PM

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Originally Posted by AZRWinger (Post 833685)
Point out where the FBI conducted an investigation of a previous administration senior official 's email abuses ...

:brickwall
You don't seem to get it.
The reason why there was a multi-million dollar investigation is because Repubs turned it into political persecution. :mad

You are trying to change the discussion.
Previous presidents were guilty of the same crimes.
But previous opposition parties didn't try to turn it into the big stink that exists today.

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Originally Posted by AZRWinger (Post 833685)
... then concluded there is plenty of evidence of the official not only broke the law but lied about it...

Last president.
Flashback: Rove Erases 22 Million White House Emails on Private Server at Height of U.S. Attorney Scandal – Media Yawns | Pensito Review


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Originally Posted by AZRWinger (Post 833685)
... then tell us the FBI’S recommendation...

You SERIOUSLY did not try to bring up "FBI's recommendation".
Let me remind you of the CURRENT situation and their recommendation...
F.B.I. Director James Comey Recommends No Charges for Hillary Clinton on Email
To warrant a criminal charge, Mr. Comey said, there had to be evidence that Mrs. Clinton intentionally transmitted or willfully mishandled classified information. The F.B.I. found neither, and as a result, he said, “our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.”

The REAL difference here is that Repubs today are trying to turn it into political persecution when they did NOT HOLD THEMSELVES up to the same standards in previous situations. :mad



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Originally Posted by Dog Man (Post 833546)
Why do you love Hillary so much?

Mikeyy answered.
I'll throw in my two cents.
I do not love Hillary.
I have REPEATEDLY said this election comes down to the lesser of two evils in a way that I have never seen a previous presidential election epitomize that phrase.

Trump is dangerous.
The man has a fragile ego and doesn't have the intelligence to walk away from even the most trivial fights.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...if-he-becomes/

He is the worse of the two.


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