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I've been reading about Jane Sanders and that college...

Thank God the Clintons never got involved in real estate deals.....


Sound familiar?

A Yale educated lawyer, married to a Yale educated lawyer, represented by more than adequate legal counsel is cleared because while she made false statements, perhaps she was naive when giving testimony...

Hillary Clinton gradually came under scrutiny for allegedly having played a central role in XXXXX and making false statements about her role in it. In 20XX, XXXXX Counsel XXXXXXXX issued his final report on XXXXXXX. He sought no charges against her, saying that while some of Clinton's statements were factually false, there was insufficient evidence that these statements were either knowingly false or that she understood that her statements led to the firings.

Watkins memo also said "we both know that there would be hell to pay" if "we failed to take swift and decisive action in conformity with the First Lady's wishes."[39] This memo contradicted the First Lady's previous statements in the GAO investigation, that she had played no role in the firings and had not consulted with Thomason beforehand


More of the same to come...

Stop resisting, Sir! Nashua NH Edition

I just saw an OP titled " Hillary Clinton will almost certainly clinch the Democratic nomination

on June 7th" and if I could still post in that group I would of asked "Is this a new prediction for this year or an old prediction from last year?

I will NEVER vote for Hillary Clinton

Earlier this month my brother posted something that sticks with me. Back in 1969 he was a 19 year old who had gone to college and when he clowned around they advised him to take a semester off and then re-apply. He did but was drafted instead and sent off to war. This is what he said 45 years later:

"45 years ago today a man came home from war. Just 20 months earlier a boy went off to fight. War teaches many things. The fragility of life, but at the same time, the cheapness of life. The most horrifying and yet the most gratifying moments. The bravest and the most cowardly times. The greatest friendships and the most extreme loss. Civilian life can never even come close. And to end it all on April fools day, says it all !!"

This guy is no pundit and most days it would take a lot to get more than a "Good morning" from him...

Today they announced we now have over 4000 troops back in Iraq. If we elect Bernie Sanders I believe we start to stop loving wars...

Here's a report of how a semi-private audience with the Pope happens

Read the description and ask yourself which is really closer to meeting the Pope-this, or staying overnight at the Popes residence and being given a farewell by the Pope???

"5. Re: Semi private or private audience with the pope
Sep 10, 2012, 9:45 PM
In 1992 we traveled with a group of 48 who were led by a monsignor who had close connections to then Pope John Paul II. Each couple had to make a substantial contribution/donation that was presented to the Pope during our private audience. We were on call from the time we arrived in Rome on a Monday until we finally received word to meet with the Pope on Friday. It was understood at the onset of the trip there was no guarantee we were going to actually have the private meeting based on the health and schedule of the Pope at that time.

That being said when we finally were granted the meeting it was a once in a lifetime, awe inspiring audience with Pope John Paul II. We went up single file and could greet the Pope and speak to him in English, Italian or Polish and then kiss his ring. He was quite elderly at the time but had a child like aura about him. It is something I will never forget."


Here's info on the "Hotel" at the Vatican


Now if you want to prove it's easy to ambush a Pope there let's see you book a room.

The Domus Sanctae Marthae (Latin for Saint Martha's House; in Italian, Casa Santa Marta) is a building adjacent to St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Completed in 1996, during the reign of Pope John Paul II, it is named after Saint Martha the hospitable, who was a sibling to Saints Mary and Lazarus of Bethany. The building presently functions as a guest house for various clergy having business with the Holy See, and as the hotel residence of the members of the College of Cardinals when they are participating in a Papal Conclave to elect a new Pope.

Pope Francis made it both his leisure and residential home upon his election in 2013 and occupies a bedroom furnished with basic necessities, a wooden standing Crucifix, along with a petite statue of Our Lady of LujŠn, the Marian patroness of Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay. Outside the Papal bedroom are two Pontifical Swiss Guards guarding the vicinity, operating day and night shifts.

I hear over in the other group they don't call them

the Goldman Sachs transcripts...

They call them the "Dead "C" Scrolls"!

Got him! What the tax papers hid!

See the itemized deduction worksheet at this link:

On page 3, itemized deductions, see box 22. As you know, Bernie has claimed all along that Jane files their taxes. Box 22 shows $204 for "tax preparation fees"....There it is in black and white-he has set up an illicit payment to his wife!!!

Case closed. Now he must drop out of the race!!!

It's Bullshit. No one called Hillary a "Whore"...

A campaign surrogate referred to "corporate whores". If you were a mechanic and someone referred to you as a "grease monkey" you might dislike the term but you would certainly look either disingenuous or ridiculous if you ran around ranting that someone had called you a "monkey". It would seem even stranger if all your friends repeated the same claim. But of course no one issues talking points for the supporters of a mechanic...
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