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I was wondering why we haven't seen that much of Bill recently.


That kind of statement explains why.
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Well, the thing is, his statement is not without truth. That's what sort of makes it awesome.
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Didn't care for Bill as president. But he was governor who had to deal with budgets, and didn't always stick with the party line. So, him seeing the flaws of Obamacare, I would expect that. As president he didn't stick with party lines, either.
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Well, the thing is, his statement is not without truth. That's what sort of makes it awesome.

Bill should know better than to speak the truth during a campaign.

Hurray, politics!
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Bill should know better than to speak the truth during a campaign.

Hurray, politics!



He's just speaking truth to power.  You can't bottle that up.

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He's just speaking truth to power.  You can't bottle that up.

Bill seems to have reached that old man "give no fucks" stage of life. It should be pretty funny, but I'm sure it's driving the Hillary campaign people insane. He ought to be a pretty powerful campaign weapon, but they really have to be careful about letting him out to play.
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Bill seems to have reached that old man "give no fucks" stage of life. It should be pretty funny, but I'm sure it's driving the Hillary campaign people insane. He ought to be a pretty powerful campaign weapon, but they really have to be careful about letting him out to play.



Sometimes I wonder if he wants to be first man or whatever.  He seems pretty content as things stand, but if the Hillary folks wanted to shut him up, they should be able to ply him with a stream of hookers and be done with it.

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Hillary just needs to tell him "basta!"
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I'm going to guess she's tried that before.
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I don't care for Gary Johnson but this is terrible, RIP Bill Maher
and thank God for Dave Rubin
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Hillary can't even persuade 50% of America to vote for her over Donald Trump, you think she can convince Bill to do anything?
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I don't care for Gary Johnson but this is terrible, RIP Bill Maher
and thank God for Dave Rubin

 

I saw part of this segment when I was flipping through channels the other night at the hotel.  I couldn't watch more than about two minutes.  It was painful.  Bill and Sarah just kept talking over everyone and employing every logical fallacy ever invented.

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I don't care for Gary Johnson but this is terrible, RIP Bill Maher
and thank God for Dave Rubin

 

So when the media thought Johnson/Weld would take more votes away from Trump they were all lovey-dovey: appearances on Meet The Press, CNN Town Halls, left-leaning newspapers calling for them to be included in the debates.  Now that it appears they're taking more votes from HRC, the knives are out.  Fortunately Maher and Silverman are the dullest knives in the drawer.

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So when the media thought Johnson/Weld would take more votes away from Trump they were all lovey-dovey: appearances on Meet The Press, CNN Town Halls, left-leaning newspapers calling for them to be included in the debates.  Now that it appears they're taking more votes from HRC, the knives are out.  Fortunately Maher and Silverman are the dullest knives in the drawer.
Eh, that's a bit conspiracy theorish. GJ has committed a series of boners of late that undoubtedly have something to do with how his candidacy is viewed and covered.
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Eh, that's a bit conspiracy theorish. GJ has committed a series of boners of late that undoubtedly have something to do with how his candidacy is viewed and covered.

 

All candidates "commit a series of boners".  In one of the GOP debates, Trump was asked about the TPP and he went on a long rant about China.  China isn't part of TPP.  At the "commander in chief" forum, Clinton said "we will not put ground troops in Iraq and Syria" - we already have troops in Iraq and Syria.  HRC also said "we're going to put a lot of coal miners out of business".

 

Regarding Aleppo, nobody outside of Syria would know what/where Aleppo is without the destabilizing hyper-interventionist policies of Bush, Clinton, et al.


Regarding the "admired foreign leader", most of 'em are crooks, tyrants, socialists and/or warmongers.  Not much for a Libertarian to admire there, eh?

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