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There was an interesting discussion on Hannity last night. The Democrat pollster, Doug Schoen, was surprisingly candid. He said that the Obama Justice Department wouldn't go after a Democrat, and that if no criminal action was taken on the IRS scandal, who seriously thinks the Justice Department will prosecute this case? His argument, in a nutshell, was Democrats will let other Democrats get away with it.

The Republicans on the panel agreed, but pointed out that this is different because Obama and Valerie Jarrett hate the Clintons, and don't want the Clintons in the White House again.

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/hannity/index.html

 

I believe everything on Hannity.

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I believe everything on Hannity.


So do you believe Schoen or Sekulow? The were both on Hannity.
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Does anyone have a link that doesn't a) reference this as an FNC story or b) is not part of the VRWC? Like, CNN or BBC?
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Does anyone have a link that doesn't a) reference this as an FNC story or b) is not part of the VRWC? Like, CNN or BBC?

I haven't seen one in casual surfing. You can usually find good information in the foreign press. As the propaganda wing of Labour [sic], the BBC doesn't count as journalism, foreign or otherwise.
post #635 of 3333
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Sounds like someone in US intelligence has gone rogue and declared Clinton's email server have "beyond top secret" stuff on it. No doubt is was just an announcement for an office pot luck or the like so no harm done.
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Sounds like someone in US intelligence has gone rogue and declared Clinton's email server have "beyond top secret" stuff on it. No doubt is was just an announcement for an office pot luck or the like so no harm done.

True to Clinton form, she's denying and attacking the messenger.

The IG should refrain from jogging or walking his dog for the next few months.
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CNN has given Hills a front page big headline for her opinion on CU: http://www.cnn.com/2016/01/21/opinions/hillary-clinton-citizens-united-more-democracy/index.html
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CNN has given Hills a front page big headline for her opinion on CU: http://www.cnn.com/2016/01/21/opinions/hillary-clinton-citizens-united-more-democracy/index.html


Clinton on money in politics. How nice.

Kudos to CNN for knowing how to manage a campaign.
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CNN has given Hills a front page big headline for her opinion on CU: http://www.cnn.com/2016/01/21/opinions/hillary-clinton-citizens-united-more-democracy/index.html

Thank god she doesn't accept campaign contributions from corporations or this would be completely hypocritical.
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True to Clinton form, she's denying and attacking the messenger.

The IG should refrain from jogging or walking his dog for the next few months.

Word.

Vince Foster approved.
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Most in the media predict that Hillary will not be indicted because the White House won't allow a Democrat frontrunner to be indicted during an election year.

I have perused the federal criminal code.

Thus far, I have not been able to find this statutory exception.
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Tom DeLay is saying the FBI is ready to indict. This means all this talk is pure bullshit and Hillary did nothing wrong.
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Tom DeLay is saying the FBI is ready to indict. This means all this talk is pure bullshit and Hillary did nothing wrong.



I would love to see Christie or Cruz challenge her in a debate on this point. The other members of the field wouldn't know how to eviscerate her arguments. They would flub it like the Republicans seem to do during hearings.
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I just don't understand why these things are political.  Did she have classified information on a private server?  Yes.  Did she have material on her server that was above top secret in clearance?  Yes.  Did she have people send classified information through non-secured fax machines (and from what I've heard had them strip off headers)?  Yes.

If anyone else did those things, the federal government would have already convicted that person. 

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David Petraeus says hey.
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