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Isn't it time for Hillary Clinton to put her email issue to bed, one way or another?
Should the voters and the country wait until we get close to election day before we get a resolution on Hillary and her private Email Server. After Nixon and his staff got caught in Watergate and pleaded they didn't know as lawyers that what they did was unethical, BAR exams across the country included a Test on Ethics.
As Hillary Clinton was already a lawyer then, she didn't have to pass an ethics exam.
Now, we have Hillary not only saying what she did wasn't criminal, it wasn't a breach of ethics either.
If elected, we will have to impeach her. Do we want to wait for that?
Obviously based on her continuous delay tactics and vehemently denying anything was done wrong, she is hiding something and in Clintonian fashion s playing the waiting game - thus later she'll be able to use the "old news" theory to try to sweep it under the rug.
She is following the Clinton formula: Deny, deny some more, keep denying until someone exposes irrefutable evidence, discredit the person and/or the evidence, point to other people's wrongdoing, delay, delay, delay some more, finally admit to some much lesser wrongdoing - such as bad judgement, delay, delay, delay, then accuse people of "bringing up that OLD news," followed by indignation and annoyance. It's a pattern. Aren't you looking forward to seeing that as our President - again? NOT.
It seems like the media is going easy on her, and doubling down on Trump.
I hope that the old news is that once again she failed as a presidential candidate. If we want a woman president, we should be able to find a better woman.
by Grace Marguerite Williams23 months ago
There are people who strongly contend that the witch hunt against Hillary Clinton regarding past scandals & e-mail escapades are because she is a woman. They maintain that Hillary Clinton is more than...
by Sychophantastic4 days ago
I love Donald Trump and am hoping he is my President for the next 11 years, but there is one thing I am upset with him about and that's the lack of movement on the Hillary Clinton prosecution. We know that she was...
by John Wilson19 months ago
How can Hillary be "for" women when her husband is a womanizer who's lied throughout their marriage?I find it odd, that so many women are for Hillary Clinton, when her husband is accused of being a rapist and...
by Susie Lehto6 months ago
Judge Andrew Napolitano said, “The significance is an FBI acknowledgement that Huma Abedin, Mrs. Anthony Weiner, when she had a top security clearance as the number two assistant to Hillary Clinton when Hillary was...
by Susie Lehto19 months ago
Office of Inspector General: 78 pages PDF https://cryptome.org/2016/05/state-oig- … emails.pdf Office of the Secretary: Evaluation of Email Records Management and Cybersecurity Requirements This is huge!...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
her? Why? Why not? Ms. Clinton seem to have the best qualifications for president. She also has political experience and is a quite savvy person?
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