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(8,864 posts)
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 06:57 PM Feb 2016


With all do respect. Be reasonable.
This is the equivalent of standing on the train tracks and seeing an oncoming train light and thinking "it won't hit me" despite all logic to the contrary.

She says we have nothing to worry about, that it's the same old thing :

Doesn't seem that way:




Then there is this:

At some point It really does have to be #NotMeUs
I don't want the nightmare scenario, if, she wins the nomination and is in the GE and she is called before a grand jury about a SoS staffer or foundation staffer or one of them is called in about Clinton. It is going to happen. It is not a matter of if but when. This is not a bunch of blowhard partisans on some random House or Senate committee. If you really care about a Democrat in office, you will give this the serious consideration it honestly deserves.

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Seriously (Original Post) angrychair Feb 2016 OP
Here is my serious attention to this non issue......zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz leftofcool Feb 2016 #1
Message auto-removed Name removed Feb 2016 #3
This is not a non-issue??? angrychair Feb 2016 #6
Good drive by angrychair Feb 2016 #11
You were so asleep that you rushed in here to say so! mindwalker_i Feb 2016 #12
Really? Washington Times. New York Post. Yahoo News. HERVEPA Feb 2016 #2
It's everywhere - Reuters, AP etc Arazi Feb 2016 #5
Reminds me of 1972 RobertEarl Feb 2016 #7
What the hell does the source matter angrychair Feb 2016 #8
Plus I also quoted angrychair Feb 2016 #9
I think HERVEPA was being sarcastic n/t Matariki Feb 2016 #13
Ahhhh angrychair Feb 2016 #14
its a non issue until it is. indictments are said to be coming. Enjoy the siesta until then. roguevalley Feb 2016 #4
You might disturb their dream . . . . pdsimdars Feb 2016 #10

Response to leftofcool (Reply #1)


(8,864 posts)
6. This is not a non-issue???
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 07:05 PM
Feb 2016

I have given you substantive proof that this is a non-partisan, executive and judicial branch driven investigation, that is not going away. What is your proof it is a non-issue, besides ranting about teapublican conspiracies, which do not apply in this context.



(6,107 posts)
2. Really? Washington Times. New York Post. Yahoo News.
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 07:01 PM
Feb 2016

Try getting some some real sources.
(Standard disclaimer. I am a Bernie guy)



(13,685 posts)
7. Reminds me of 1972
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 07:06 PM
Feb 2016

Watergate was in the news and everyone discounted it. But Nixon resigned.

Looks like Hillary's turn.

We have to put and end to it now. No more H!


(8,864 posts)
8. What the hell does the source matter
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 07:07 PM
Feb 2016

In this context? When they are quoting the FBI, Justice department and other executive agencies and their investigation?


(8,864 posts)
9. Plus I also quoted
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 07:20 PM
Feb 2016

The Hill and Politico. They ok, I guess? Is there some master list out there? I get certain sources (Blaze, WND) At some point the purity test gets a little silly.


(40,656 posts)
4. its a non issue until it is. indictments are said to be coming. Enjoy the siesta until then.
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 07:02 PM
Feb 2016

I don't blame you.



(6,007 posts)
10. You might disturb their dream . . . .
Wed Feb 24, 2016, 07:27 PM
Feb 2016

I liken the Democratic machine to the Republicans and their climate denial. . . they have what they want to believe and nothing or no one will shake them from it.
Like you, I hope they really care about not letting a Republican win the presidency enough so they get behind Bernie, the only Democratic candidate who can win.
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