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Old 05-16-2016, 04:57 PM
 
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What it really means and what Hellary is saying is that she isn't the best person for the job of President or/and someone best qualified to run the economy. We actually knew that already but to hear her admit that is a step forward.

Soon she will come forward and highlight her failure on foreign policy but she only has one husband and can't hand that off to another man she is married too unless she is a polygamist. She may be but we will have to wait and see if all those NYT, and W.P reporters assigned can find it.

It is incredible that she wants to be the first woman president but also wants to hand off the most import functions of the job to a man. One not eligible for election.
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Old 05-16-2016, 07:28 PM
 
Location: Pyongjang
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Why is she calling on her man to do one of the biggest parts of the job? Is this even legal? He is unelected. Is this a secret third term?
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Old 05-16-2016, 08:37 PM
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Why is she calling on her man to do one of the biggest parts of the job? Is this even legal? He is unelected. Is this a secret third term?
considering he was already impeached it seems questionably legal. Makes you wonder if Hillary was first a lawyer so she could know how to best break the law.
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Old 05-16-2016, 08:49 PM
 
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Why is she calling on her man to do one of the biggest parts of the job? Is this even legal? He is unelected. Is this a secret third term?
Nepotism : the unfair practice by a powerful person of giving jobs and other favors to relatives.

In politics it is often associated with or known as a Political Dynasty. The Republicans got rid of their Bush dynasty candidate when they rejected Jeb and all his money. It's time for the Democrats to step up and do the same with Hellary and her corrupt crew.
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Old 05-16-2016, 08:51 PM
 
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I have only three letters to share: BBB . . . BRING BACK BILL!

I've been on the fence between voting for Trump or Hillary. Bringing Bill back into the picture will definitely seal my vote for Hillary Clinton.

I did NOT vote for Bill Clinton in 1992 or 1996. But admittedly, the economy was great during his Presidency. Anyone not willing to admit this has their head buried in the sands of denial (or "The Nile," for those of you'ze with ties to the middle east).

For a long time, I have believed that neither party has all the solutions to the problems of the United States. Each party provides a portion of the solution, not the whole solution.

Ergo, I do not believe:

Democrat: Good
Republican: Bad

Democrat: Wrong
Republican: Right

Each side brings something to the Solution Equation.

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Old 05-17-2016, 07:33 AM
 
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I have only three letters to share: BBB . . . BRING BACK BILL!

I've been on the fence between voting for Trump or Hillary. Bringing Bill back into the picture will definitely seal my vote for Hillary Clinton.

I did NOT vote for Bill Clinton in 1992 or 1996. But admittedly, the economy was great during his Presidency. Anyone not willing to admit this has their head buried in the sands of denial (or "The Nile," for those of you'ze with ties to the middle east).

For a long time, I have believed that neither party has all the solutions to the problems of the United States. Each party provides a portion of the solution, not the whole solution.

Ergo, I do not believe:

Democrat: Good
Republican: Bad

Democrat: Wrong
Republican: Right

Each side brings something to the Solution Equation.

LOL - now it's going to be secretly Pres Clinton's third term.

At least Sec Clinton admits that the economy isn't all that great, if she's mentioning her husband and having him help revitalize it.
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Old 05-17-2016, 08:08 AM
 
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Does this mean that Clinton think the Obama economy is a failure?

If so, why is she supporting everything that Obama has done?


Makes as much sense as Hillary saying that all sexually abused women should be believed.... .. unless it's Bill Clinton who is accused.
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Old 05-17-2016, 03:46 PM
 
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I have only three letters to share: BBB . . . BRING BACK BILL!

I've been on the fence between voting for Trump or Hillary. Bringing Bill back into the picture will definitely seal my vote for Hillary Clinton.

I did NOT vote for Bill Clinton in 1992 or 1996. But admittedly, the economy was great during his Presidency. Anyone not willing to admit this has their head buried in the sands of denial (or "The Nile," for those of you'ze with ties to the middle east).

For a long time, I have believed that neither party has all the solutions to the problems of the United States. Each party provides a portion of the solution, not the whole solution.

Ergo, I do not believe:

Democrat: Good
Republican: Bad

Democrat: Wrong
Republican: Right

Each side brings something to the Solution Equation.

What specifically did Bill do that was great for the economy?

Was pushing China into the WTO a success?
Was working out a new permanent trade deal with China a success?
Outsourcing spiked due to Clinton's policies, do you think this is good?
Our trade deficit spiked due to Clinton's policies, do you think this is good?
Clinton pushed banks to make riskier mortgages and pensions to buy riskier mortgages - did this work out well?
Clinton pushed massive bank deregulation, did this work out well?

THINK, he inherited a fine economy and set major policy pieces in place that were harmful.

BTW, GWBush was bad too, but start thinking.
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Old 05-17-2016, 05:54 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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This doesn't look like the man that can revitalize anything: Clinton's HIV Secret REVEALED - This Could END Of Hillary's Campaign! I do see some sort of possible age-related dementia going on with him.

More: http://allnewspipeline.com/What_Is_W...ll_Clinton.php
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Old 05-17-2016, 06:06 PM
 
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" Hillary: Bill Clinton to revitalize the economy in her presidency?! "

So, a woman can't revitalize the economy? The little woman can't handle it, so hubby has to do it. Oh brother.
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