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aspirant

(3,533 posts)
Fri May 27, 2016, 01:42 PM May 2016

Hills problem

An Iraq vote, horrific as it was, was within the rules and laws on the Senate floor.

As SoS her actions were rule and law breaking and "It was a mistake" doesn't cut it in a law abiding society

Lumping all her wrongs together with the same alibi is reckless and unacceptable.

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Hills problem (Original Post) aspirant May 2016 OP
Very good point / her replies are also not "misspeaking" flor-de-jasmim May 2016 #1
For Hills, how many wrongs does it take to make a right? aspirant May 2016 #4
Especially since she didn't make a mistake. She refused every single Press Virginia May 2016 #2
While her Iraq vote Sherman A1 May 2016 #3
 

Press Virginia

(2,329 posts)
2. Especially since she didn't make a mistake. She refused every single
Fri May 27, 2016, 01:46 PM
May 2016

opportunity and alternative proposed , to her, to make sure she was complying with the rules.
The used the server without approval. She failed to turn over her work emails.
She willfully acted in a manner that can't be chalked up to a mistake...and then lied about it for a year

Sherman A1

(38,958 posts)
3. While her Iraq vote
Fri May 27, 2016, 01:48 PM
May 2016

Was certainly within the rules of the Senate, it in my opinion shows poor judgement on her part, hence I find it to be a very big problem.

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