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Old 11-06-2015, 05:07 PM
 
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Well, that in itself shows dereliction of duty. You mean to tell that the number four person in line for the Presidency of the most powerful country in the world did not have anything highly classified via her e-mail?

First of all, duh! That is so 1990s. We want a President who is so old school?

Second, was Clinton so out of the loop, uninvolved in the conduct of affairs of state that nothing highly classified crossed her virtual desk? We want a President who was so little thought of as to be cut in important matters of state?

The first speaks to be out of touch with the modern world. Doubt she even recognizes Putin's trolling of she, her replacement and their boss.

The second speaks of a lack of confidence in her judgement and lucidity of thought by her bosses. No thanks.

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Old 11-07-2015, 05:00 PM
 
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If this source is to believed, are the emails still not considered classified (albeit at a lower classification level)? Does that not disprove Hillary's statement of not receiving or handling classified information?
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Old 11-08-2015, 08:27 PM
 
Location: NOVA
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Carson repeats that lie in the autobiography he is peddling this year.
This thread is on hillary. Nice try to ignore the issue. Hillarys book said she was dirt poor while collecting checks on her foundation-to-fund-bill's-girls.

Hillary owns a orange business suit. Top and bottom. Missing some labels on that orange suit.
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Old 11-09-2015, 12:23 AM
 
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You guys must think Hillary is incredibly stupid and that she would do something illegal KNOWING that she is going to run for President and the Republicans are always on her a** (and Bill's) about anything they can find.

She's not stupid. There isn't going to be anything in those emails. She said she conducted business with classified information in a different manner (probably hard copy and fax) and didn't use email at all for that.
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Old 11-09-2015, 10:13 AM
 
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You guys must think Hillary is incredibly stupid and that she would do something illegal KNOWING that she is going to run for President and the Republicans are always on her a** (and Bill's) about anything they can find.

She's not stupid. There isn't going to be anything in those emails. She said she conducted business with classified information in a different manner (probably hard copy and fax) and didn't use email at all for that.
She isn't stupid, but neither was Nixon. Introverts, like Nixon and Clinton, believe that they are "too smart to fail". Did Hillary ever think that anyone would find out about her private server? Apparently not; the Benghazi investigation uncovered it.
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Old 11-09-2015, 01:43 PM
 
Location: Long Island, NY
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You realize that Benghazi and the email scandal are two different things right?
No, they aren't. They both fall under the topic of, 'GOP attempts to derail Clinton.' It's time the GOP accepted what everyone else in the country realizes -- these investigations are purely political and have nothing to do with fact-finding. The GOP should stop pretending they are.
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Old 11-09-2015, 01:51 PM
 
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She isn't stupid, but neither was Nixon. Introverts, like Nixon and Clinton, believe that they are "too smart to fail". Did Hillary ever think that anyone would find out about her private server? Apparently not; the Benghazi investigation uncovered it.
Yeah but I don't see why there is so much hoopla over that. Lots of people have private servers. Almost everyone with a website has a private server.
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Old 11-09-2015, 03:50 PM
 
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Yeah but I don't see why there is so much hoopla over that. Lots of people have private servers. Almost everyone with a website has a private server.
Because having a private server, which was not allowed under record keeping laws, allowed her to keep her work emails from being overseen by Congress. If she had nothing to hide, why would she not want Congress to see her emails?

And before you say something like "Because Republicans would pick on her", put the shoe on the other foot and ask yourself if you would want a Republican Secretary of State to hide his or her emails from a Democratic Congress.
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Old 11-09-2015, 04:02 PM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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No, they aren't. They both fall under the topic of, 'GOP attempts to derail Clinton.' It's time the GOP accepted what everyone else in the country realizes -- these investigations are purely political and have nothing to do with fact-finding. The GOP should stop pretending they are.
You better get on the horn to Obama to get him to stop the GOP FBI witch hunt.

Not to mention all the pay to play issues while she was sos and donations ion coming in left and right to her foundation.
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Old 11-09-2015, 04:24 PM
 
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You better get on the horn to Obama to get him to stop the GOP FBI witch hunt.

Not to mention all the pay to play issues while she was sos and donations ion coming in left and right to her foundation.
I'm wondering if Republicans are saving the Clinton Foundation ordeal for later. That, too, should be looked into. A law should be put in place that presidential foundations, every president has one, will not be allowed to take money from governments or from any group in a hostile nation.
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