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Yeah, you're quite the font of crazy and illogic.

At least I'm not having to alter the statements of the person I'm debating (if you can call this, that) just keep from looking like a total fool. ;)

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Bill Clinton remains the most popular living american in the world. His status as a rock star wherever he goes ...remains....and pisses the lowly right wingers off in unimaginable ways.

 

 

 

And many on that list were lies that had been debunked time and time again.

 

 

 

There is no doubt if Bill could run in 2012 he'd win in a landslide....which also pisses off the idiots.

 

 

 

 

 

Another dope who has no idea of Bill's immense popularity in this country and abroad.

While Bill wasnt remotely a liberal President, he was reasonably liberal in the face of what the alternative was, and yes, the main reason a thread like this is started is jealousy.

 

Like most of us libs, we are better looking and get laid WAAAAY more often than these loser cons do and it pisses them off :lol:

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I'm writing statements that are so patently false they have to be corrected, thanks for taking care of that.

 

No problem.

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What do the words,"I suspect" mean? It's a prediction.

 

BTW, how many questions did PBS journalist and debate moderator Jim Lehrer ask about Clinton's impeachment in the three Bush-Algor debates?

 

Answer: ZERO.

 

First impeachment in over 100 years, Algor was the Vice President who defended Clinton and participated in the corruption and crimes, yet not one single question was asked.

It wasn't a "real" impeachment. It was politically motivated. It was the Right trying to get rid of a president they did not like.

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The Pbs Whitewash Of Clinton's Legacy

Clinton has no legacy, save maybe his repeated refusal to kill OBL when he had the opportunity.

You know, "hot potato" and all that.

 

It wasn't a "real" impeachment. It was politically motivated. It was the Right trying to get rid of a president they did not like.

No, it was actually a REAL impeachment.

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the main reason a thread like this is started is jealousy.

Seriously?

 

You think I'm jealous because Democrats have better criminals and liars ?

 

Well, I wouldn't say I'm jealous, but I certainly will agree that your politicians are better at being criminals and liars. :D

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Seriously?

 

You think I'm jealous because Democrats have better criminals and liars ?

 

Well, I wouldn't say I'm jealous, but I certainly will agree that your politicians are better at being criminals and liars. :D

:lol:

 

ahh, the peanut gallery :lol:

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It wasn't a "real" impeachment. It was politically motivated. It was the Right trying to get rid of a president they did not like.

Hey Lisa, why don't you try addressing even ONE of the various scandals I've discussed in this thread?

 

Because the facts I've presented prove the "Right" (I imagine that's anyone more conservative than you) had very good reasons to dislike Clinton.

 

Because he was a traitor, criminal and a liar.

 

So what will you do now ... RUN, SPIN, OR LIE?

 

Or will one of you leftists surprise me, for once, and actually debate the veracity of the facts I'm noted in this thread?

 

I imagine that will happen when pigs fly. :D

 

ahh, the peanut gallery

The peanut gallery? I hate to tell you that I started this thread. I'm sitting in front.

 

No, I think YOUR comments would be more like what one would expect from a "peanut gallery". :D

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We should add this to Bill Clinton's legacy ...

 

http://www.tmz.com/2012/05/23/bill-clinton-porn-stars/

 

Bill Clinton just out-Clinton'd himself -- posing with two famous porn stars in Monaco moments ago ... and one of them's a real up-and-comer.

 

… snip …

 

The two porn stars on Bill's arms are Tasha Reign (left) and Brooklyn Lee -- AVN's "Best New Starlet" in porn.

And if you open the link, you'll see that Brooklyn is in a blue dress. How fitting.

 

Bill Clinton, icon of the Democratic Party, was and is such a class act. :rolleyes:

 

Bill and Hillary make a MOCKERY of marriage. But the left doesn't care. Because they don't care about marriage.

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And this interesting …

 

I wonder of you even knew this happened?

 

http://archive.newsmax.com/articles/?a=1998/6/15/01249

 

CBS Nixes Ron Brown Death Docudrama

 

Carl of Oyster Bay

For The Washington Weekly

June 15, 1998

 

OYSTER BAY — On Monday, June 8, CBS became the first of the big three television networks to address key facts about Commerce Secretary Ron Brown’s death, a story first reported by Christopher Ruddy in The Pittsburgh Tribune Review last December. The account was offered in the season’s concluding episode of “Michael Hayes”, a prime time series starring David Caruso (formerly of “NYPD Blue”). The episode so closely paralleled Ruddy’s report that it could have been a virtual docu-drama had not CBS decided to drop Brown’s name from the production. A CBS source said writers for “Michael Hayes” recently began drawing on real life news events for its plot lines.

 

Though the episode centered around the plane crash death of fictional Under Secretary of State Margaret Wells, a “Michael Hayes” production assistant told the Washington Weekly that the original script named Brown specifically – but that the name was changed when CBS higher ups “negated” the idea.

 

… snip ...

 

In the CBS version, U.S. Attorney Michael Hayes becomes suspicious about Under Secretary Wells’ death after his brother dies in a cult suicide along with two other people peripherally connected to Wells’ plane crash. He summons his staff to discuss the case. The Ron Brown parallel becomes apparent as one aide observes, “It’s no secret that Wells was being investigated for raising campaign funds illegally, for bribery.” Another notes, “There was an election around the corner. Her death could help a lot of people – save a lot of embarrassment.” At this point Hayes orders his staff to begin digging into Wells’ death.

 

One source of information turns out to be a woman military officer who is debriefed by investigators in Hayes’ office. The dialogue re-traces key aspects of Ruddy’s reports point for point:

 

INVESTIGATOR: Thank you very much for coming.

 

OFFICER: Hey, I’m probably better off away from the hospital anyway. I heard they shipped that forensic photographer off to Timbuktu.

 

INVESTIGATOR: Why would they do that?

 

OFFICER: Because she found what she called an unusual wound in Margaret Wells’ head.

 

INVESTIGATOR: What kind of wound?

 

OFFICER: A half inch circular hole beveling inwards.

 

INVESTIGATOR: A bullet?

 

OFFICER: Sounds like it.

 

INVESTIGATOR: Well, what did the autopsy say?

 

OFFICER: What autopsy? They didn’t do one. They did, however, take x-rays of her skull.

 

INVESTIGATOR: Well – was she shot?

 

OFFICER: Turns out those little suckers were misplaced. And no one seems to know – or care what happened to them.

 

The Ron Brown parallel grows even more stark as another investigator with Hayes’ office interviews one government source familiar with the “Wells” crash investigation.

 

SOURCE: Air Force Boeing 737′s just don’t go down…. The pilot of the Wells plane had over 3,000 flight hours. His co-pilot had more – in the same plane. Do they sound like the kind of people who commit gross pilot error?

 

INVESTIGATOR: Is that how the NTSB classified it?

 

SOURCE: No – the Air Force (did). Curious, eh? And in all the reports after the crash they said that the aircraft attempted to land in extremely poor weather: heavy rains, wind, lightning, yada, yada, yada. Hell, the Six O’Clock News reported it was the worst storm in a decade. The problem is, we checked the satellite data. Winds were at 14 mph with only a light to moderate rain….Another potential C.O.C., Cause of Crash, was malfunctioning navigation beacons. Problem is, in the minutes before Wells plane crashed, five other planes landed without difficulty.

 

INVESTIGATOR: Did they check the beacon?

 

SOURCE: Of course. The airport maintenance chief (did). Turns out, he died by gunshot wound three days after the crash – before investigators had a chance to question him.

 

INVESTIGATOR: He was murdered?

 

SOURCE: Officially it was a suicide. The guy was broken up because his hundred year old mother died.

 

INVESTIGATOR: What do you think happened?

 

SOURCE: I think somebody intentionally screwed with the beacons and the airport maintenance chief knew it.

 

Those familiar with subsequent revelations about the Brown crash investigation will recognize this account as almost 100% accurate. Suspicious details like maintenance chief Niko Jerkic’s well timed “suicide,” or even the way our government deliberately mislead the public about the severity of the weather at the time of Brown’s crash, never caused so much as a raised eyebrow amongst the prestige press. The real-life failure to do a crash safety investigation was never mentioned in mainstream accounts, though now Ron Brown’s daughter, Tracey, openly complains that the crash probe was inadequate.

 

While newsrooms pretend that any evidence of a real-life Brown cover-up is too bizarre to be taken seriously, CBS’s “fictional” presentation of the same information made for some devastatingly plausible drama. And lest anyone missed the Clinton connection, “Hayes” writers had this line delivered by David Caruso himself: “It’s one thing to dodge the accusations of a kiss and tell intern. It’s quite another to have corruption in your Cabinet and commit murder to cover it up.”

 

How did the producers of “Michael Hayes” get away with airing so much embargoed information about the Brown case? “Hayes” production assistant Dave Rapp told the Washington Weekly that everyone on the set, including Caruso, well understood that the story they were telling was Ron Brown’s. Says Rapp:

 

“I knew because our original version, our original drafts did refer specifically to Ron Brown. I’m sure, though I don’t know specifically, that the first version was negated by CBS people who fictionalized it.”

 

Even though “Michael Hayes” producers had to pretend they were dealing in fiction to do it, they managed to get more of the Ron Brown story broadcast on television than any network newsroom has dared to try. Then again, network newsrooms have never been much interested in investigating strange and mysterious Clinton administration deaths.

 

The “Michael Hayes” show ends as the central character comes to the conclusion that a high ranking government official–a Cabinet member–was murdered for political reasons. Hayes turns to a bust of Lincoln that he keeps in his office and laments: “It’s not our country anymore, Mr. President.” This is a sentiment not unfamiliar to those who have witnessed six years worth of White House criminality with no justice in sight. Hayes finally resigns from his job under pressure. In the final scene, Michael Hayes is viewed through the crosshairs of a rifle scope.

So it seem one network was aware what happened in the Brown matter …

 

But their news department never mentioned it.

 

Maybe this was as far as CBS' management felt they could safely go to bring this to the public's attention?

 

And maybe the way the episode ended is a subtle clue about the type of pressure that was brought on they (and other network executives in the mainstream media) to keep the facts out of the nightly news?

 

Think about that.

 

And never forget.

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http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/bill-clinton-chooses-george-clooney-brad-pitt-play-biopic-article-1.1088535

 

Bill Clinton chooses George Clooney over Brad Pitt to play him in biopic

If Hollyweird ever does make a movie about Clinton's life, I'll be sure to sent them a copy of this thread, registered mail. Then they won't be able to claim later on that they didn't know. :D

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http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/bill-clinton-chooses-george-clooney-brad-pitt-play-biopic-article-1.1088535

 

If Hollyweird ever does make a movie about Clinton's life, I'll be sure to sent them a copy of this thread, registered mail. Then they won't be able to claim later on that they didn't know. :D

 

Go ahead and spend the money on it. They don't have to read it. How many people do you suppose send scripts via registered mail that end up going straight to a recycling bin?

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Ah yes … the Clinton "legacy" …

 

http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/world/monica-monica-chants-taunt-clinton-in-egypt/story-e6frfkui-1226426761427

 

July 16, 2012

 

'Monica, Monica' chants taunt Clinton in Egypt

 

US SECRETARY of State Hillary Clinton has been taunted by chants of "Monica, Monica" by tomato-throwing demonstrators as she visited the Egyptian port city of Alexandria.

 

The chants, referring to the Monica Lewinsky scandal when her husband, Bill Clinton, was president, were heard outside the US consulate as she visited for its reopening.

 

An embarrassed Egyptian security official said they were chanting "Monica, Monica" and "Irhal, Clinton" (Get out, Clinton.)

:D

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PBS will begin showing a 2 part series on Bill Clinton tonight, a liberal icon. The only question is how big a whitewash it will be. That will depend on whether the following topics are properly and fairly covered … but I suspect most will be ignored:

 

- his corrupting the election system (CampaignFinancegate)

- his selling out America to potential foreign enemies for campaign contributions (Chinagate)

- his illegally acquiring blackmail material on political opponents (Filegate)

- his attempts to hide the misdeeds (Emailgate, etc)

- his sexual assaults (including the rape of Juanita Broaddrick)

- sexual harassment (of many women, including Monica)

- Monicagate (how Ken Starr used this scandal to help Clinton escape justice)

- the incriminating circumstances in Vince Foster's death (murder)

- the incriminating circumstances in Ron Brown's death (murder)

- Travelgate

- Pardongate

- perjury (actually, he lied to virtually everyone he could possibly lie to)

- obstruction of justice (too many examples to list)

- blackmail

- intimidation of witnesses

- evidence tampering

- witness tampering

- bribery

- abuse of the IRS

- abuse of the military

- abuse of the FBI

- abuse of the DOJ

- violation of drug laws

- national security violations

- his role in the collapse of the mortgage market

- his role in 9/11 occuring

- who really was responsible for balancing the budget in the 90s

- who really was responsible for the economic boom in the 90s

 

And I would happy to discuss ANY of those topics on this thread. :)

You do realize that if he ran for president today he'd beat anything either party has by a mile, don't you?

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You do realize that if he ran for president today he'd beat anything either party has by a mile, don't you?

I notice that you didn't actually dispute any of the factual assertions I made.

 

So if he were to run and win, what would that say about those who voted for him (presumably all Democrats and leftists)?

 

Like you.

 

Hmmmmm?

 

:D

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It wasn't a "real" impeachment. It was politically motivated. It was the Right trying to get rid of a president they did not like.

Slick was a serial rapist.

 

Yet you defend him.

 

Sick.

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And this interesting …

 

I wonder of you even knew this happened?

 

http://archive.newsm...1998/6/15/01249

 

 

So it seem one network was aware what happened in the Brown matter …

 

But their news department never mentioned it.

 

Maybe this was as far as CBS' management felt they could safely go to bring this to the public's attention?

 

And maybe the way the episode ended is a subtle clue about the type of pressure that was brought on they (and other network executives in the mainstream media) to keep the facts out of the nightly news?

 

Think about that.

 

And never forget.

 

 

Clinton was also linked to shotgun deaths in his ARK days...his goons roughed up a reporter and was told to stay away from the butt hut (Clintons apartment for his "gilfriends"). The reporter was taking pictures of Clinton going in and out of the butt hut.

 

After being beaten by the goons and told it would be bad for his health to keep taking pictures--the reporter continued.

 

He was found with his head nearly blown off with a shotgun. The murder looked like someone pulled up next to him and asked for help or directions. When he rolled down the window his head was blown off at short range with a shot gun. Nothing was taken--except by coincidence the reporters apartment was broken into and all his pictures (nothing else) was stolen.

 

50 years from now all this stuff will be released (like JFK's naked girls over the fence story) but the left wont care.

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Clinton was also linked to shotgun deaths in his ARK days...his goons roughed up a reporter and was told to stay away from the butt hut (Clintons apartment for his "gilfriends"). The reporter was taking pictures of Clinton going in and out of the butt hut.

 

After being beaten by the goons and told it would be bad for his health to keep taking pictures--the reporter continued.

 

He was found with his head nearly blown off with a shotgun. The murder looked like someone pulled up next to him and asked for help or directions. When he rolled down the window his head was blown off at short range with a shot gun. Nothing was taken--except by coincidence the reporters apartment was broken into and all his pictures (nothing else) was stolen.

 

50 years from now all this stuff will be released (like JFK's naked girls over the fence story) but the left wont care.

That may or may not be ... I haven't looked into it and you provided no link.

 

In any case, I stay away from the other Clinton Death List allegations because they only make it harder to get people to look at the stuff that can actually be proven at this point using the government's own sources ... the Brown and Foster cases.

 

IF either of those is ever honestly reexamined and proven to the public to have been a murder, then that will be the time to look at the whole batch of allegations.

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Happy Clinton Impeachment Day everyone!

 

December 19, 1998 is the day Democrats stopped even trying to hide what they really are ...

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http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jack-coleman/2013/01/07/clinton-not-tried-senate-after-impeachment-ed-schultz-comically-insist

 

Clinton Not Tried in Senate After Impeachment, Ed Schultz Comically Insists

 

:rolleyes:

 

One might call that the whitewashing legacy of Ed Schultz …

 

… and MSNBCEEHAW (if I may borrow from Larry Elder).

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Did that episode forget to mention any crimes he committed? Hmmmmm?

All you have are allegations. No proof. We spent 50 million dollars trying to prove Clinton was a crook and all we got was a BJ under oath.

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This is how SICK Hollywood really is, folks:

 

 

Yeah....everyone is sick...except you.

 

President Clinton made budget surpluses look easy. The budget was in the black the last four years of his administration. What’s worse, he made surpluses look like a sure thing.

 

Clinton’s surpluses were partly the result of Washington going on a serious budget diet, with higher taxes paired with moderation in spending. But it was the booming economy — and higher taxes on capital income — that turned the modest deficits of the early Clinton years into surpluses.

 

By the time Clinton left office, politicians were By the time Clinton left office, politicians were beginning to talk about perpetual surpluses, in exactly the same way that hucksters on Wall Street were talking about a perpetual bull market. And with exactly the same outcome.

 

Read more at Market Watch.

 

All you have are allegations. No proof. We spent 50 million dollars trying to prove Clinton was a crook and all we got was a BJ under oath.

 

remind me which party spent millions on a semen stain...was it the party that claims to be fiscally responsible?

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