Clinton strikes a deal

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  1. waiting

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    "Will admit wrongdoing in exchange for no indictment.2PM statement" quote is from http://townhall.com/

    What do you all think about this new twist????? He is not being held responsible
     
  2. mairving

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    Well it never was his fault. It was Ken Starr's fault. And of course, those right wing fanatics made him do it.
     
  3. LawyerRon

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  4. waiting

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    Today is the last day Clinton has held America hostage.
     
  5. Kubie

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    Noice how well he timed it? His farewell speech last night and his getting off today. Just a day before Bush takes office. He'll do anything to keep the limelight on himself and see to it that we all know this, "Look at all the unlawful things I did and I got away with it.
    Its beyond me that there are people that still support him.
    Their morals are just as bottom of the barrel as his.
    Carl
     
  6. Gintaras

    Gintaras Perpetual Newbie

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    firing Linda Tripp while last day in office

    Isn't Billy a POS- to take revenge while last day in office?
     
  7. waiting

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  8. waverider

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    Slick Willy just continues to get away with stuff any one else would pay dearly indeed for.I hope we have seen the last of him though that's just wishful thinking.
     
  9. waiting

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    We can still wish......
     
  10. kraken

    kraken Philosophical Computing Nutcase

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    Billy got a blow job and the whole world is shocked.

    If billy could be prez today would you vote for him.

    lighten up world.
     
  11. waverider

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    To answer Kraken------NO---
     
  12. waiting

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    Kraken: Vote for Clinton????? No way!!!!!!!!
    The office needs--dignity--an honorable one.....
     
  13. Kubie

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    You seem to forget the lies to the grand jury,etc, etc.
    kraken you don't have much regard for the OFFICE of the United States president, do you?
    Carl
     
  14. waiting

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    Carlgif: Your right what you just said. Nobody mentions
    what a bad example he's been for the younger generation.
    Sex that isn't sex....The word "is" that isn't is...it
    just goes on and on. And then the press just twists every-thing. We're lucky America has survived for generations.
     
  15. Kubie

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    waiting, we were surviving just fine until the liberals got in.
     
  16. SARGE

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    Carl, maybe I'm just older (natch) and remember the "good old days". I was late teens in 60's and things started going south then, or maybe I just paid more attention. When you consider 3 assasinations, the war, drug explosion, free love and the anti-establishment hysteria, it's a wonder we survived. Now we got liberals who have alot of talk and symbolism but little substance. All they have is ideas, the rest of us go to work, even the lawyers :D
     
  17. waiting

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    Carlgif & SARGE: Keep it up.....your both doing good.
     
  18. kraken

    kraken Philosophical Computing Nutcase

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    Ken Starr for president

    Then you would have morals in the whitehouse. But could you trust him to do the right thing for the people.
     
  19. Kubie

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    I would trust Ken Starr a whole lot more the Billy. Even if he didn't do a thing for the people.
    I think its about time people started to do for themselves.
    Carl
     
  20. kraken

    kraken Philosophical Computing Nutcase

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    Carlgif

    What would be the point of having a president that is morally acceptable but is actually just a figurehead. The point of electing the president is so that they will have a mandate from the people, to actually do something that will benefit those who voted for them.
     

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