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I  remember talking about it with a few co-workers, basically supporting Clinton's version of the story.  I will never forget one secretary said to me, "Are you sure?  Look at her.  She has a huge mouth.  She looks like she was made for *oral sex*"

I never looked at the case (or that secretary) the same after that. They had similar mouths
 

Many singers have big gapping mouths. I guess that makes them all.... Wrong!
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Can someone make a "Deal With It" gif but with Clinton putting on sunglasses and saying "You better put some ice on it"?
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Originally Posted by Rumpelstiltskin View Post

Really?

I thought he unzipped and asked her to sick his duck but there was no rape.

I  remember talking about it with a few co-workers, basically supporting Clinton's version of the story.  I will never forget one secretary said to me, "Are you sure?  Look at her.  She has a huge mouth.  She looks like she was made for *oral sex*"

I never looked at the case (or that secretary) the same after that. They had similar mouths


 

I was nice enough to cut and paste in the account of the rape, which of course, is nothing like what you've alleged.

So it seems all this talk where I've said right minded people get passes is pretty much right on fucking target.
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Bill isn't running and if any of this stuff didn't matter in 1996 it isn't going to matter now. Drumpf started to get some poll traction so now he has to do more stupid stuff to throw the lead back to HRC.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post


I was nice enough to cut and paste in the account of the rape, which of course, is nothing like what you've alleged.

So it seems all this talk where I've said right minded people get passes is pretty much right on fucking target.

 

 Again - you are referring to allegations about Bill.  Trying to somehow shift the  blame to Hillary is a stupid tactic

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Originally Posted by Rumpelstiltskin View Post

 Again - you are referring to allegations about Bill.  Trying to somehow shift the  blame to Hillary is a stupid tactic

Wow, you just don't give up with the fucking bullshit, do you? It's not about shifting the blame to Hillary for what Bill did, but as I've said clearly and repeatedly, how Hillary treated the women coming forward vs. what she claims concerning women making allegations of sexual crimes and harassment today.

Got it? Want to pull more bullshit or can we just put this one to bed?
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Originally Posted by Rumpelstiltskin View Post

 Again - you are referring to allegations about Bill.  Trying to somehow shift the  blame to Hillary is a stupid tactic

Did you read the WashPo article on this?

Hillary wasn't exactly a passive waif on the sidelines. She set out to destroy the women who accused Bill.

I don't think it's going to go anywhere, largely because Trump isn't deft enough to do it, but she's not exactly the innocent scorned woman.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

I don't think it's going to go anywhere, largely because Trump isn't deft enough to do it, but she's not exactly the innocent scorned woman.

This sums it up. Trump would come in with a sledge hammer, and somehow make her look good, but the fact of the matter is there's substantive things one could tag her with, both in her treatment of some of these women at the time and how this treatment exactly mirrors what she is now fighting against for women making similar claims. The hypocrisy is monumental as so much of the Hillary persona is being the champion for downtrodden women.
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So this Frontline docu informs me the Donald and his dad endlessly mocked Donald's bro for becoming an airline pilot instead of a $developer$, calling him 'equivalent to a bus driver', such that he became an alkie and died at 43.
#Trumpin2016
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The NYT got some leaked tax documents of Trump's, showing he took a $915 million loss in 1995. They're speculating he used that to negate his income tax burden for about 18 years.


Like his campaign said, he does have a fiduciary obligation to minimize his taxes. On the other hand, it looks just horrible for someone running for President.
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The 1995 tax records, never before disclosed, reveal the extraordinary tax benefits that Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, derived from the financial wreckage he left behind in the early 1990s through mismanagement of three Atlantic City casinos, his ill-fated foray into the airline business and his ill-timed purchase of the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan.

Editorialize much?

Is it any wonder many people don't believe anything the MSM says about Trump?
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Reading about some of Donalds business errors reminds me of Churchill. Lots of errors at the beginning. But Readied for WWII. Whereas, Hillary, still a looser. She can talk the talk, but no wisdom.

Gidonius, would you rather be able to pay $915 million in taxes and shoddy grammar? Or, you grammar and what you pay in taxes?
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What were Churchill's many early errors, exactly? The liberal party defection? *And Hil is anything but looser so far as my understanding of Bill goes.
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According to tv documentaries Churchill didn't do good in earlier wars. By WWII, he saved the day, so to say.

What has Hillary done politically? Other than gab. Any bills? Any bills git pasted into law? Anything?
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post
The 1995 tax records, never before disclosed, reveal the extraordinary tax benefits that Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, derived from the financial wreckage he left behind in the early 1990s through mismanagement of three Atlantic City casinos, his ill-fated foray into the airline business and his ill-timed purchase of the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan.

I thought his main 'qualification' for being president was that he was such a good businessman and CEO and was a 'winner'?

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