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Old 09.11.2016, 21:30
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Re: Will Hillary Clinton run for president again?

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Not really, no. Hillary did gain more votes than Trump so the national polls weren't too far off (within margin of error anyway) and the shift to Trump in the swing states has been apparent since the weekend.

She'll never stand again anyway.
Yes, she got more votes - hence I've asked this question.
True, she might not get the support from her party. We shall wait and see. Politics changes as we have seen recently.
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Yes, she got more votes - hence I've asked this question.
True, she might not get the support from her party. We shall wait and see. Politics changes as we have seen recently.
She'll be 73. That might be a bit too old to stand for office.
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Old 09.11.2016, 22:06
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She'll be 73. That might be a bit too old to stand for office.
I think legally she'd be fine but at this point she will probably focus on her foundation and her grandchildren, and trying to help pick the next D-nominee.
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I think legally she'd be fine but at this point she will probably focus on her foundation and her grandchildren, and trying to help pick the next D-nominee.
Not talking about legality, but practicality.

Of course, I also think Giualini is a bit too old for the role of AG, or homeland. Plus he's crazy and paranoid.
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I think legally she'd be fine but at this point she will probably focus on her foundation and her grandchildren, and trying to help pick the next D-nominee.
Speaking of her "charity", who wants to bet its "donations" drop by 90% now that they can't buy influence?
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Old 09.11.2016, 22:47
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Re: Will Hillary Clinton run for president again?

Bill - Do you honestly believe that an ex-president of the USA will ever lose their influence?

Hillary - How about a lifetime of being involved in law making as an ex-secretary of the USA, ex-US senator, ex-First Lady, one of only two female law professors when she lived in Arkansas?

Their foundation will be fine and hopefully more transparent to show the good work they do. Even if they have to take their jets to get wherever they need to get to.
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I believe in karma. We'll have to see what karma holds for the Clintons.
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I believe in karma.
I thought you were a Christian?
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I believe in karma. We'll have to see what karma holds for the Clintons.
And Trump.
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Karma: you reap what you sow.
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Karma: you reap what you sow.
Um, no. Karma is a religious concept with a pretty clear definition that is in clear opposition to Christian doctrine.

I've long suspected you were faking it.
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Um, no. Karma is a religious concept with a pretty clear definition that is in clear opposition to Christian doctrine.

I've long suspected you were faking it.
Oh, I have to say it in aramaic? :roll eyes: Whatever.

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Bill - Do you honestly believe that an ex-president of the USA will ever lose their influence?

Hillary - How about a lifetime of being involved in law making as an ex-secretary of the USA, ex-US senator, ex-First Lady, one of only two female law professors when she lived in Arkansas?

Their foundation will be fine and hopefully more transparent to show the good work they do. Even if they have to take their jets to get wherever they need to get to.
Oh, the foundation will be fine as it has raised over a billion dollars to date, but it better get used to passive income. The King of Morocco et al. won't be donating $25 million or forking over $1 million for "birthday presents" anymore. Not to mention some rich Nigerian paying bill $600,000 for a speech while his wife was SOS. That gravy train is now coach-only.

But Hillary will be fine, sleeping on her giant pillow full of hundreds of millions of dollars "earned" after the Clintons left the WH in 2000.
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Oh, I have to say it in aramaic? :roll eyes: Whatever.

Galatians 6:7
Er, yeah. We'll all be judged. Judged by God, not by "karma".

Karma is a heathen belief.
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Er, yeah. We'll all be judged. Judged by God, not by "karma".

Karma is a heathen belief.
And you have judged me as a devil worshipper right? Self righteousness is not a very good thing DB.
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And you have judged me as a devil worshipper right? Self righteousness is not a very good thing DB.
Funny how keen you are to dish it out to everyone else, but don't like it back in your own face, Phos.
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Funny how keen you are to dish it out to everyone else, but don't like it back in your own face, Phos.
I think you imagine or wish you write my story DB. Anyway, did you want to derail this thread?
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Er, yeah. We'll all be judged. Judged by God, not by "karma".

Karma is a heathen belief.
Well i'm ed then.....
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I don't have any linkage on collusion with the polls, but according to leaked emails, there was definitely collusion between the Hillary campaign and mainstream media outlets (CNN, NYT, etc.). The polling organisations are often publicly traded and sure owned by some interests.
Cooperation is not the same as, nor does it necessarily result in, collusion. Link your source or it didn't happen.
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Cooperation is not the same as, nor does it necessarily result in, collusion. Link your source or it didn't happen.
Many instances of collusion in many forms. Donna Brazile apparently sent more debate questions than initially known. "Journalists" were said to even send articles to Palmiere for edits and approval. Source are the wikileaks.

http://www.dailywire.com/news/10549/...igiacomo#modal
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