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Hillary Clinton for NY AG! I can dream, can't I?

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Aye aye cap’n.

I’ve put him (or “it”... some responses make me think he might be an AI driven Russian bot) on “ignore” anyway.

First time I’ve ever felt the need to.
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Someone posted this list of the BENGHHHAAAAAZIIIIII investigations on the discus comment section at wonkette so I thought I'd copy the list to keep a record. There were also 11 Email investigations.

https://www.wonkette.com/rudy-giuliani- ... 3981228390

Twenty-one? If only!

House Committee on the Judiciary. [Interim Progress Report on Benghazi Investigation, 4/23/13
• House Committee on Armed Services. [Interim Progress Report on Benghazi Investigation, 4/23/13
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs. [Interim Progress Report on Benghazi Investigation, 4/23/13
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. [Interim Progress Report on Benghazi Investigation, 4/23/13
• House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. [Interim Progress Report on Benghazi Investigation, 4/23/13
• Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs. [Flashing Red: A Special Report on the Terrorist Attack at Benghazi,12/30/12
• Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. [Senate Intelligence Committee press release, 10/25/12
• Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. [Benghazi: The Attacks and the Lessons Learned, 1/23/13
• Senate Committee on Armed Services. [Attack on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, 2/7/13
• The Select Committee on Benghazi. [Select Committee on Benghazi, accessed 3/24/15
• House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. [“Interim Report on the Accountability Review Board,” Committee on Oversight and Government Reform 9/16/13
• Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs. [“Flashing Red: A Special Report on the Terrorist Attack at Benghazi,” the Senate Committee On Homeland Security And Governmental Affairs 12/30/12
• Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. [“Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012,” Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, 1/15/14
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs. [“Benghazi: Where is the State Department Accountability?,” Majority Staff Report – House Foreign Affairs Committee, 2/7/14
• House Committee on the Judiciary. [Interim Progress Report on Benghazi Investigation, 4/23/13
• House Committee on Armed Services. [“Armed Services Committee slams White House on Benghazi,” USA Today, 2/11/14
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. [“Investigative Report on the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012,” House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, 11/21/14
• Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs hearing, Homeland Threats and Agency Responses held 9/19/12. [Homeland Threats and Agency Responses, 9/19/12
• House Committee on Armed Services hearing, Full Committee Hearing on the Attack in Benghazi held 9/19/12. [Fact Sheet: HASC Oversight Activities on Libya, armedservices.house.gov]
• House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing, The Security Failures of Benghazi held 10/10/12. [The Security Failures of Benghazi, 10/10/12]
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, Benghazi and Beyond: What Went Wrong on September 11, 2012 and How to Prevent it from Happening at other Frontline Posts, Part I held 11/15/12. [Benghazi and Beyond: What Went Wrong on September 11, 2012 and How to Prevent it from Happening at other Frontline Posts, Part I, 11/15/12]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee Hearing with DNI Clapper, ADCIA Morell, D/NCTC Olsen, and Under Secretary Kennedy held 11/15/12. [Investigative Report on the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012, pg. 7, footnote 11, 11/21/14]
• Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Hearing on the Attacks in Benghazi held 11/15/12. [Senate Intelligence Committee press release, 10/25/12, SSCI Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012, pg. 3, footnote 4, 1/15/14]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee Hearing on Benghazi held 11/16/12. [Investigative Report on the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012, pg. 25, footnote 131, 11/21/14]
• Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Hearing With General David Petraeus Re: His Knowledge of the Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya held 11/16/12. [SSCI Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012, Additional Majority Views, pg. 3, footnote 143, 1/15/14
• Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Hearing on Security Issues at Benghazi and Threats to U.S. Intelligence and Diplomatic Personnel and Facilities Worldwide Since the Attack held 12/4/12. [SSCI Review of the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012, pg. 6, footnote 18, 1/15/14]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee classified hearing on efforts to find the Benghazi attackers held 12/13/12. [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Investigation into the Benghazi Terrorist Attacks Timeline of Investigation to date, no. 34, 12/04/14
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, Benghazi Attack, Part II: The Report of the Accountability Review Board held 12/20/12. [Benghazi Attack, Part II: The Report of the Accountability Review Board, 12/20/12
• Senate Committee on Foreign Relations hearing, Benghazi: The Attack and the Lessons Learned held 12/20/12. [Benghazi: The Attack and the Lessons Learned, 12/20/12]
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, Terrorist Attack in Benghazi: The Secretary of State’s View held 1/23/13. [Terrorist Attack in Benghazi: The Secretary of State’s View, 1/23/13]
• Senate Committee on Foreign Relations hearing with Secretary Clinton, Benghazi: The Attacks and the Lessons Learned held 1/23/13. [Benghazi: The Attacks and the Lessons Learned, 1/23/13]
• Senate Committee on Armed Services hearing, Department Of Defense’s Response To The Attack On U.S. Facilities In Benghazi, Libya, And The Findings Of Its Internal Review Following The Attack held 2/7/13. [Department Of Defense’s Response To The Attack On U.S. Facilities In Benghazi, Libya, And The Findings Of Its Internal Review Following The Attack, 2/7/13]
• House Committee on Armed Services hearing, The Posture of the U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command held 3/15/13. [“HASC Committee Oversight of Benghazi Attack,” HASC website, accessed 4/21/15]
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, Securing U.S. Interests Abroad: The FY 2014 Foreign Affairs Budget held 4/17/13. [“Investigation of Benghazi,” gop.gov, accessed 4/13/15]
• House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing, Benghazi: Exposing Failure and Recognizing Courage held 5/8/13. [Benghazi: Exposing Failure and Recognizing Courage, 5/8/13]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee Hearing with CIA’s former Chief of Benghazi Base held 5/22/13. [Investigative Report on the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012, pg. 14, footnote 70, 11/21/14]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee Hearing with Deputy CIA Director Michael Morell held 5/22/13. [Investigative Report on the Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Facilities in Benghazi, Libya, September 11-12, 2012, pg. 16, footnote 83, 11/21/14]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee Hearing on Benghazi Investigation held 6/14/13. [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Investigation into the Benghazi Terrorist Attacks Timeline of Investigation to date, no. 63, 12/04/14]
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade, and Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa joint hearing, The Terrorist Threat in North Africa: Before and After Benghazi held 7/10/13. [The Terrorist Threat in North Africa: Before and After Benghazi, 7/10/13]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee Hearing with DCIA Brennan held 7/25/13. [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Investigation into the Benghazi Terrorist Attacks Timeline of Investigation to date, no. 70, 12/04/14]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, Full Committee Hearing on Benghazi Investigation held 9/12/13. [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Investigation into the Benghazi Terrorist Attacks Timeline of Investigation to date, no. 74, 12/04/14]
• House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, Benghazi: Where is the State Department Accountability? held 9/18/13. [Benghazi: Where is the State Department Accountability?, 9/18/13]
• House Armed Services Subcommittee on Oversights and Investigations hearing, Defense Department’s Posture for September 11, 2013: What are the Lessons of Benghazi? held 9/19/13. [Defense Department’s Posture for September 11, 2013: What are the Lessons of Benghazi?,9/19/13]
• House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing, Reviews of the Benghazi Attack and Unanswered Questions held 9/19/13. [Reviews of the Benghazi Attack and Unanswered Questions, 9/19/13]
• House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing, The Benghazi Talking Points and Michael J. Morell’s Role in Shaping the Administration’s Narrative held 4/2/14. [The Benghazi Talking Points and Michael J. Morell’s Role in Shaping the Administration’s Narrative,4/2/14]
• House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing, Benghazi, Instability, and a New Government: Successes and Failures of U.S. Intervention in Libya held 5/1/14. [Benghazi, Instability, and a New Government: Successes and Failures of U.S. Intervention in Libya, 5/1/14]
• House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing, Implementation of the Accountability Review Board Recommendations held 9/17/14. [Implementation of the Accountability Review Board Recommendations, 9/17/14]
• House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing, Reviewing Efforts to Secure U.S. Diplomatic Facilities and Personnel held 12/10/14. [Reviewing Efforts to Secure U.S. Diplomatic Facilities and Personnel, 12/10/14]
• House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing, Status Review of Outstanding Requests held 1/27/15. [Status Review of Outstanding Requests,1/27/15]
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And dotus complains the Witch Hunt of Mueller costs too mucho :?: :lol:

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Thank you, Suranis.
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I finally found something that convinced me how eeeevil HRC was. Since it was written 2 years ago I'm GOnna post the whole thing, becasue its historical importance cannot be measured!

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/all-t ... 2016-02-04
DOVER, N.H. (MarketWatch) — I have a confession to make: I can’t keep up.

Am I supposed to hate Hillary Rodham Clinton because she’s too left-wing, or too right-wing? Because she’s too feminist, or not feminist enough? Because she’s too clever a politician, or too clumsy?

Am I supposed to be mad that she gave speeches to rich bankers, or that she charged them too much money?

I’m up here in New Hampshire watching her talk to a group of supporters, and I realized that I have been following this woman’s career for more than half my life. No, not just my adult life: the whole shebang. She came onto the national scene when I was a young man.

And for all that time, there has been a deafening chorus of critics telling me that she’s just the most wicked, evil, Machiavellian, nefarious individual in American history. She has “the soul of an East German border guard,” in the words of that nice Grover Norquist. She’s a “bitch,” in the words of that nice Newt Gingrich. She’s a “dragon lady.” She’s “Elena Ceaușescu.” She’s “the Lady Macbeth of Little Rock.”

Long before “Benghazi” and her email server, there was “Whitewater” and “the Rose Law Firm” and “Vince Foster.” For those of us following her, we were promised scandal after scandal after scandal. And if no actual evidence ever turned up, well, that just proved how deviously clever she was.

So today I’m performing a public service on behalf of all the voters. I went back and re-read all the criticisms and attacks and best-selling “exposés” leveled at Hillary Rodham Clinton over the past quarter-century. And I’ve compiled a list of all her High Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Here they are:

1. When she was first lady, she murdered White House lawyer Vince Foster and then dumped his body in a park.

2. She drove Vince Foster to commit suicide through her temper tantrums.

3. She was having an affair with Vince Foster.

4. She’s a lesbian.

5. Chelsea isn’t Bill Clinton’s child.

6. She murdered Vince Foster to cover up that she once bought a tract of undeveloped land in Arkansas and lost money.

7. She murdered Vince Foster to cover up her role in firing the White House travel department.

8. After she murdered Vince Foster, she ransacked his office in the middle of the night and stole all the documents proving her guilt.

9. When Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas, she was a partner in the state’s top law firm, and it sometimes did work involving the state government.

10. She once invested in commodities futures on the advice of a friend and made $100,000, proving she’s a crook.

11. She once invested in real estate on the advice of another friend and lost $100,000, also proving she’s a crook.

12. Unnamed and unverifiable sources have told Peggy Noonan things about the Clintons that are simply too terrible to repeat.

13. The personnel murdered at Benghazi make her the first secretary of state to lose overseas personnel to terrorism — apart from Condi Rice, Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright, George Schultz, Dean Rusk and some others.

14. Four State Department staff were murdered at Benghazi, compared with only 119 others murdered overseas under every secretary of state combined since World War II.

15. She illegally sent classified emails from her personal server, except that apparently they weren’t classified at the time.

16. She may have cynically wriggled around the email law by “technically” complying with it.

17. She once signed a lucrative book contract when she was a private citizen.

18. Donald Trump says she “should be in jail,” and he’s a serial bankrupt casino developer in Atlantic City, so he should know.

19. Former House Majority Leader Tom Delay says his “law-enforcement sources” tell him she is “about to be indicted” — and if a man once convicted of money laundering and conspiracy doesn’t have good law-enforcement sources, who does?

20. She’s a hard-left radical who wants to break up the nuclear family.

21. She’s a conservative “mousewife” who refused to break up her own family.

22. She’s in favor of single moms.

23. She refused to be a single mom.

24. When she was first lady of Arkansas, she pandered to conservative voters by dyeing her hair.

25. Before that, she totally insulted them by refusing to.

26. She’s a frump.

27. She spends too much money on designer dresses.

28. She has “cankles.”

29. She has a grating voice.

30. She yells into the microphone.

31. She spent 18 years in Arkansas and some of the people she knew turned out to be crazy rednecks and crooks.

32. She’s in the pay of the mafia.

33. She’s in the pay of the Chinese government.

34. She’s in the pay of the Wall Street banks.

35. In order to suppress the billing records from her time at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, she cleverly packed them up and took them to the White House rather than shredding them.

36. When she handed over the documents to public officials, they couldn’t find any evidence she’d committed any crimes, so she must have doctored them.

37. Congress spent tens of millions of dollars and six years investigating her investment in the Whitewater real-estate project, and, while they didn’t actually find anything, they wouldn’t have spent all that money if there weren’t something there.

38. By cleverly hiding all evidence of her crimes in the Whitewater affair, she caused Congress to waste all that taxpayers’ money.

39. When she ran for senator of New York, she was still a fan of the Chicago Cubs.

40. She once said the Clintons were thinking of adopting a child, and they didn’t follow through.

41. She was photographed holding her hand near her mouth during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

42. She’s got brain damage.

43. She’s old.

44. She’s really ambitious and calculating, unlike all the other people running for president.

45. She secretly supported Palestinian terrorists, Puerto Rican terrorists and Guatemalan terrorists.

46. She secretly supported a group that wants to give Maine back to the Indians.

47. She’s a secret follower of “radical prophet” Saul Alinsky.

48. She did her law degree at Yale, and it’s a well-known “socialist finishing school.”

49. When she was young, she did things to build up her résumé rather than just for their own good.

50. When Bill was president, she “allowed” him to keep people waiting.

51. She’s married to a sex addict.

52. She’s an enemy of traditional marriage.

53. She didn’t divorce her husband.

54. His philandering is her fault because she is too strong, and too weak, and too frumpy, and too fat, and too cold.

55. She’s hostile to women who fool around with her husband.

56. A divorced taxi driver in Florida told me that if Hillary is elected president, “women will take over everything.”

57. She insulted Tammy Wynette.

58. When they left the White House, she and Bill bought a big house in New York that they couldn’t afford.

59. She sometimes calls her staff during dinner, even when they’re out at a restaurant.

60. She claimed there was a “vast right-wing conspiracy” against her husband, and it turned out there was nothing but a bunch of tycoons financing private investigators, and some fake think tanks and books and news sites and stuff.

61. When she got married, she didn’t “stay at home and bake cookies.”

62. She supported the Iraq war because she’s a secret foreign-policy conservative.

63. She’s a secret foreign-policy radical with a plan to impose worldwide “radical social experimentation” through the World Bank.

64. She is secretly plotting to let children sue their parents for making them take out the garbage.

65. She looked bored during the Benghazi hearings.

66. Oh, yeah — and she totally has a vagina.

It’s clear: Hillary must be stopped. Hearings now!
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Pisses me off how Donald and all these Republicans are all screaming INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY now yet they keep chanting LOCK HER UP.
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Orlylicious wrote:
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Pisses me off how Donald and all these Republicans are all screaming INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY now yet they keep chanting LOCK HER UP.
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I'm not a Republican supporter at all, but I didn't vote Democrat at the latest elections. In fact, I voted for the Greens even if I knew that it was throwing a bulletin into the trash ; it's just that Jill Stein, even with her obvious lack of understanding regarding nuclear technology, was the least unsympathetic of the bunch.
No matter what kind of mad stories the Republicans can pull out their hat regarding Hillary Clinton, she IS a terrible person and would definitely have been a terrible president. Worse than Trump? I don't know, but I wouldn't exclude the possibility of them being as terrible as each other, although in different fields.
Back in 2016, I didn't know what I was the most afraid of : America becoming the love child of the KKK and Wall Street under Trump, or dedicating the entire attention of the government and federal budget to 1)whatever would piss off the Republicans more and 2)trying to start a war with Russia even harder than Trump tries under Clinton.

We had a choice between dysentry and tuberculosis in 2016, and I'm fairly certain that the election would have brought a terrible future for America no matter who would have won. Hell, even if I voted Democrat for all of my life and if I really, really wanted Bernie Sanders to win the Democratic primaries (without the slightest drop of hope, though), I'd have voted Republican if the election opposed Clinton to a "boring classic" Republican like, I don't know, Jeb Bush, instead of the Republicanosaurus Rex with an unhealthy fixation on race issues that they chose in their primaries.

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Did you catch her on Murphy Brown last night?

She interviewed to be Murphys secretary.

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Ragnite_Powered wrote:
Fri Sep 28, 2018 10:46 am
No matter what kind of mad stories the Republicans can pull out their hat regarding Hillary Clinton, she IS a terrible person and would definitely have been a terrible president. Worse than Trump? I don't know, but I wouldn't exclude the possibility of them being as terrible as each other, although in different fields.
Gosh, which planet do you live on?

Enlighten us please, how could Hillary Clinton be possibly worse than lying, racist, sexist, narcissistic, incompetent, cheating, deranged idiot Trump? In what way is she a "terrible person"?

Clinton wouldn't have started an asinine trade war. She wouldn't have given an address to the United Nations that had representatives of other countries laughing at the speaker's stupidity. She wouldn't support a violent sexual predator and liar to be a Supreme Court judge. She wouldn't deprive needy people of affordable healthcare. She wouldn't insult gold star families and others simply because they have brown skins.

Of course many don't like the details of Clinton's policy attitudes, especially those who would prefer someone more to the left. Having different political opinions from others does not automatically make someone a terrible person.

You expressed this counter-factual and apparently absurd opinion, I challenge you to support it.

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Ummmm....

I'm not exactly Hillary Clinton's largest fan. I think my track record is fairly clear on that. But...yeah... Ohhhkay.
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I will just note that I am saying exactly nothing here.
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Ragnite_Powered wrote:
Fri Sep 28, 2018 10:46 am
No matter what kind of mad stories the Republicans can pull out their hat regarding Hillary Clinton, she IS a terrible person and would definitely have been a terrible president. Worse than Trump? I don't know, but I wouldn't exclude the possibility of them being as terrible as each other, although in different fields.
Meh, I suspect she just would have been a mediocre president, mostly following uninspired but consistent foreign and domestic policy.

Though few things get me riled up like the suggestion that she was leading us to war with Russia... it was one of the more baffling Trump memes that I could not find any real support for in foreign policy circles.

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Ok I'll say something. It says something that to this day they are sending trolls out to start arguments about her to distract democrats on days where they have been made look like the worst assholes on the planet. For example, today.
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Damned if I know why they bother. It's not like we've ever needed the help.
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Sam the Centipede wrote:
Fri Sep 28, 2018 11:14 am
Ragnite_Powered wrote:
Fri Sep 28, 2018 10:46 am
No matter what kind of mad stories the Republicans can pull out their hat regarding Hillary Clinton, she IS a terrible person and would definitely have been a terrible president. Worse than Trump? I don't know, but I wouldn't exclude the possibility of them being as terrible as each other, although in different fields.
Gosh, which planet do you live on?

Enlighten us please, how could Hillary Clinton be possibly worse than lying, racist, sexist, narcissistic, incompetent, cheating, deranged idiot Trump? In what way is she a "terrible person"?

Clinton wouldn't have started an asinine trade war. She wouldn't have given an address to the United Nations that had representatives of other countries laughing at the speaker's stupidity. She wouldn't support a violent sexual predator and liar to be a Supreme Court judge. She wouldn't deprive needy people of affordable healthcare. She wouldn't insult gold star families and others simply because they have brown skins.

Of course many don't like the details of Clinton's policy attitudes, especially those who would prefer someone more to the left. Having different political opinions from others does not automatically make someone a terrible person.

You expressed this counter-factual and apparently absurd opinion, I challenge you to support it.
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I agree with Ragnite-Powered that the prevailing view in the Democratic Party was that 2016 was HRC's "turn." This was not healthy. I also agree with other posters that Sanders was unnecessarily brutal.
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Re: Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Hillary and Bill will do a multi-city speaking tour after the midterms. Their stated aim is to reunite the Democratic Party. Live Nation will sell you a ticket for between $70 and $699.

If the couple wishes to have a productive impact on the future, let them speak with people under age 35. And don’t charge.
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Re: Hillary Rodham Clinton

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TollandRCR wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 8:40 pm
Hillary and Bill will do a multi-city speaking tour after the midterms. Their stated aim is to reunite the Democratic Party. Live Nation will sell you a ticket for between $70 and $699.

If the couple wishes to have a productive impact on the future, let them speak with people under age 35. And don’t charge.
Can we stop with the ageism? It’s the one thing here that drives me bonkers. There’s enough of it in the real world. Let them speak with ALL AGES.

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Re: Hillary Rodham Clinton

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And why wouldn't they speak with the people who actually fucking vote.
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