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Old 07-02-2015, 10:54 PM   #61
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Funny how many simpletons were all in a uproar over Romney having money, but Hillary gets a pass.

Simple minds are the DNC's playground.
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Funny how many simpletons were all in a uproar over Romney having money, but Hillary gets a pass.
Yes, but she and Bill were dead broke after years of selfless service to the country, and she had to put herself out on the street at $300K a pop just to pay the mortgages on the mansions.
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no one seems to mind how much money Biden has -

it is interesting how all these politicians get rich from 'other things' while they have their full time job politicking...
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no one seems to mind how much money Biden has -

it is interesting how all these politicians get rich from 'other things' while they have their full time job politicking...
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no one seems to mind how much money Biden has -

it is interesting how all these politicians get rich from 'other things' while they have their full time job politicking...
Biden's financial disclosure filing as VP shows a negative net worth. The money owed on the mortgages of the two homes he and his wife own exceeds their equity in the homes. Biden does OK on his $230K salary as VP plus whatever his wife makes, but he ain't living the live of the rich and famous.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...inton-wealthy/
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Goren can't possible support Hillary.
We all know that when Bill was president, the separation between Church and state was violated.

Bill kept more than one kneeler in the Oval Office.
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Does anybody want Hillary and please tell why ?
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Does anybody want Hillary and please tell why ?
"America is moving forward, and Hillary is an amazing symbol of our progress as the first woman president... "



or something like that? That's what I'd guess. Similar to the Obama stuff?
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Maybe the Republicans should convince Condoleeza Rice to run against her and establish two firsts?
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If Hillary becomes our next POTUS, what's next ? . First gay president ?
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If Hillary becomes our next POTUS, what's next ? . First gay president ?
Janet Reno for president?? A two-fer if there ever was one. Hell, she could run as a man too and corner all the votes.
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Does anybody want Hillary and please tell why ?
For me it's mainly because I have trouble identifying anything at all that I agree with the GOP on. Maybe some other liberals here could enlighten me about an issue that the GOP has right and the Dems wrong.
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Maybe some other liberals here could enlighten me about an issue that the GOP has right and the Dems wrong.
Sorry for intruding as an Independent thinker here NJ Stinks.

Both G.W. Bush and B.H. Obama have been in a fog with respect to the National Debt that is rising by the second.

Whether or not that is an issue that GOP has right and the Dems have wrong, is something that both sides have to claim blame for.

Down the road, some American President of either stripe, and the American populace, will have to face it head on.

A sad legacy left by two of the most incompetent Presidents in the history of the United States - and in consecutive terns for both.
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Down the road, some American President of either stripe, and the American populace, will have to face it head on.
Or the Germans will after we join the EU and become the next Greece.
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