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I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage Over "Mistress" Stormy Daniels
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AlleyCat
2018-03-13 00:37:10 UTC
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I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage
Over Mistress Stormy Daniels

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"We Need Help, The President Is Being Smuggled Out Of The White House
Under A Raincoat": How Secret Service Busted Bill Clinton On His Way To An
Assignation

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5192341/Bill-Clinton-snuck-White-
House-visit-mistresses.html#ixzz59aJMzCQr

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Just a few of Bill Clinton's mistresses we KNOW about:

Monica Lewinsky

Gennifer Flowers

Maria Furtwängler

Belinda Stronach

Naomi Robson

Markie Post

Patricia Duff

Elizabeth Gracen

Sally Perdue

Dolly Kyle Browning

https://imgix.ranker.com/user_node_img/1678/33552456/original/sally-
perdue-all-people-photo-u1?w=1000&fm=jpg&fit=crop&q=60

Paula Jones

https://imgix.ranker.com/user_node_img/3404/68064230/original/paula-jones-
all-people-photo-u1?w=1000&fm=jpg&fit=crop&q=60
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M.I.Wakefield
2018-03-13 01:12:41 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage
Over Mistress Stormy Daniels
It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up ... and
the fear that Stormy Daniels has Trump dick pics that will be made public.

There seem to be two theories on the payment to Stormy Daniels: Either
Michael Cohen made the payment out of the goodness of his heart, or Cohen
made the payment expecting to be reimbursed.

Either way, Cohen has committed a felony ... Trump can only get in trouble
in the second scenario if he didn't report what would otherwise be a legal
contribution to his campaign.

And if you believe that Daniels is the only woman that Trump paid off, there
are several bridges I'd like you to invest it.
Skeeter
2018-03-13 01:15:57 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage
Over Mistress Stormy Daniels
It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up ... and
the fear that Stormy Daniels has Trump dick pics that will be made public.
I'm pretty sure Trump is the only POTUS that has a secret or two.
Post by M.I.Wakefield
There seem to be two theories on the payment to Stormy Daniels: Either
Michael Cohen made the payment out of the goodness of his heart, or Cohen
made the payment expecting to be reimbursed.
Who cares?
Post by M.I.Wakefield
Either way, Cohen has committed a felony ... Trump can only get in trouble
in the second scenario if he didn't report what would otherwise be a legal
contribution to his campaign.
No trouble for Trump, as hard as they may try.
Post by M.I.Wakefield
And if you believe that Daniels is the only woman that Trump paid off, there
are several bridges I'd like you to invest it.
But who cares?
M.I.Wakefield
2018-03-13 01:45:12 UTC
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Post by M.I.Wakefield
There seem to be two theories on the payment to Stormy Daniels: Either
Michael Cohen made the payment out of the goodness of his heart, or Cohen
made the payment expecting to be reimbursed.
Who cares?
Who should care:

- People who don't want to see whatever photos Stormy Daniels has;
- The Department of Justice;
- The New York State Bar Association;
- Michael Cohen;
- Donald Trump.
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Post by M.I.Wakefield
Either way, Cohen has committed a felony ... Trump can only get in
trouble in the second scenario if he didn't report what would otherwise
be a legal contribution to his campaign.
No trouble for Trump, as hard as they may try.
That will take some investigation to determine. An investigation where they
follow the money.
Skeeter
2018-03-13 01:52:38 UTC
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There seem to be two theories on the payment to Stormy Daniels: Either
Michael Cohen made the payment out of the goodness of his heart, or Cohen
made the payment expecting to be reimbursed.
Who cares?
- People who don't want to see whatever photos Stormy Daniels has;
- The Department of Justice;
- The New York State Bar Association;
- Michael Cohen;
- Donald Trump.
Post by Skeeter
Post by M.I.Wakefield
Either way, Cohen has committed a felony ... Trump can only get in
trouble in the second scenario if he didn't report what would otherwise
be a legal contribution to his campaign.
No trouble for Trump, as hard as they may try.
That will take some investigation to determine. An investigation where they
follow the money.
Will they use Clinton as an example? Or did they conveniently forget
about that?
M.I.Wakefield
2018-03-13 02:25:02 UTC
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- People who don't want to see whatever photos Stormy Daniels has;
- The Department of Justice;
- The New York State Bar Association;
- Michael Cohen;
- Donald Trump.
And the Texas Notary who stamped the NDA, but failed to sign and date the
document, or provide a certificate verifying who signed the document. The
State of Texas is investigating.

http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/377999-texas-investigating-notary-over-failure-to-sign-stormy-daniels

["What about Clinton" whine snipped]
AlleyCat
2018-03-13 04:02:25 UTC
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["What about Clinton" whine snipped]
(Trump whine, Snipped)

Still President, Cuntnadian.

Bu bu bu BUUUUUUSH! There... just negated ALL of your rants about Trump,
and all the other hypocrites' as well.

"And what about Bush flying all over the country campaigning for
Republicans in 2008?"
"What about Bush's email scandal?"
"What about NBC and Brian Williams?
"What about the "Bush rule"?"
"What about Israel?"
"What about the budget Reagan signed?"
"So, what about the Republicans?"
"But what about those who are suffering from mental illnesses?"
"What about Hitler, then?"
"WHAT ABOUT THE 12 MILLION UNEMPLOYED AMERICANS?"
"What about the 260 Black school children that were killed in Chicago, in
just a mere three years? Where's the outrage?"
"What about the
Black officers?"
"What about those cow farts releasing trillions of cubic feet of methane,
a KNOWN Greenhouse Gas?"
"What about "Hanoi Jane"...?
"Wah wah wah what about Obama"
"What about Hillary? When the going got tough, she fell out."
"You idiots try to control what is being talked about by others, and it's
always, bu bu bu what about...? Hypocrite."
"What about Lloyd's of London?"
"What about the U.S. House members"
What about THIS "guy"?
"What about drone attacks killing civilians?"
"BUT What About the One Child With Cancer?"
"What about EMPLOYED African-Americans?"
"What about the ongoing deficit problems on the Dems' watch?"

Yeah, I'm the ONLY one doing the IKWYABWAI (I know You Are But What Am I?)

Wanna make a Conservative mad? Tell him a lie.

Wanna make a Liberal mad? Tell him the truth about shithole countries
where most of their voters are from.
Governor Swill
2018-03-14 05:51:21 UTC
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Post by M.I.Wakefield
- People who don't want to see whatever photos Stormy Daniels has;
- The Department of Justice;
- The New York State Bar Association;
- Michael Cohen;
- Donald Trump.
And the Texas Notary who stamped the NDA, but failed to sign and date the
document, or provide a certificate verifying who signed the document. The
State of Texas is investigating.
http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/377999-texas-investigating-notary-over-failure-to-sign-stormy-daniels
["What about Clinton" whine snipped]
They hate it when the shit's on _their_ plate.

Swill
All that this country desires is to see the neighboring
countries stable, orderly, and prosperous. Any country whose
people conduct themselves well can count upon our hearty
friendship. If a nation shows that it knows how to act with
reasonable efficiency and decency in social and political
matters, if it keeps order and pays its obligations, it
need fear no interference from the United States. Chronic
wrongdoing, or an impotence which results in a general
loosening of the ties of civilized society, may in America,
as elsewhere, ultimately require intervention by some
civilized nation, and in the Western Hemisphere the
adherence of the United States to the Monroe Doctrine may
force the United States, however reluctantly, in flagrant
cases of such wrongdoing or impotence, to the exercise of
an international police power. - The Roosevelt Corollary
Governor Swill
2018-03-14 05:36:53 UTC
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There seem to be two theories on the payment to Stormy Daniels: Either
Michael Cohen made the payment out of the goodness of his heart, or Cohen
made the payment expecting to be reimbursed.
Who cares?
- People who don't want to see whatever photos Stormy Daniels has;
- The Department of Justice;
- The New York State Bar Association;
- Michael Cohen;
- Donald Trump.
Post by Skeeter
Post by M.I.Wakefield
Either way, Cohen has committed a felony ... Trump can only get in
trouble in the second scenario if he didn't report what would otherwise
be a legal contribution to his campaign.
No trouble for Trump, as hard as they may try.
That will take some investigation to determine. An investigation where they
follow the money.
Will they use Clinton as an example? Or did they conveniently forget
about that?
You mean the guy who's been out of office for almost twenty years?

Can I start blaming Bush for stuff again, now?

Swill
All that this country desires is to see the neighboring
countries stable, orderly, and prosperous. Any country whose
people conduct themselves well can count upon our hearty
friendship. If a nation shows that it knows how to act with
reasonable efficiency and decency in social and political
matters, if it keeps order and pays its obligations, it
need fear no interference from the United States. Chronic
wrongdoing, or an impotence which results in a general
loosening of the ties of civilized society, may in America,
as elsewhere, ultimately require intervention by some
civilized nation, and in the Western Hemisphere the
adherence of the United States to the Monroe Doctrine may
force the United States, however reluctantly, in flagrant
cases of such wrongdoing or impotence, to the exercise of
an international police power. - The Roosevelt Corollary
DoD
2018-03-13 01:24:33 UTC
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I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux
Outrage Over Mistress Stormy Daniels
It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up ...
and the fear that Stormy Daniels has Trump dick pics that will be made
public.
Just like Russian collusion, you lying foreign prick?

Bwahahahahahhaah!!!!!!!
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AlleyCat
2018-03-13 01:30:13 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 21:12:41 -0400, M.I.Wakefield says...
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It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Really... did you just SAY that?

Do you REALLY wanna go into the deep waters of all of the Clinton cover-
ups to date?

"I did not have sexual relations with that woman."

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Here are just a few:

Ya, no cover ups here, no urine sample.

Whitewater, 1992

Allegation: The granddaddy of all Clinton scandals surfaced during Bill
Clinton's bid for the presidency. It centered on financial contributions
by Bill and Hillary Clinton into a real estate entity known as Whitewater
Development Corporation during his time as an Arkansas state official.
Eventually, the Justice Department and independent counsel launched
investigations.

Outcome: Neither Bill nor Hillary Clinton faced prosecution for their
involvement in Whitewater. But their public statements about the matter,
and the handling of documents that went missing and later reappeared, came
under intense scrutiny. Their partners in the real estate investment were
Jim McDougal and his then-wife Susan. Jim McDougal was convicted of fraud
charges for making bad loans and he died of heart disease in a Texas
prison. Susan was convicted of fraud in connection with obtaining a
$300,000 federally-backed small business loan. She refused to answer grand
jury questions in the Whitewater affair and was held in contempt of court,
spending 18 months in jail. Bill Clinton pardoned her before he left the
White House in early 2001.


Travelgate, 1993

Allegation: Not long after Bill Clinton entered the White House, in May
1993, seven workers in the travel office were fired. The White House
attributed the ouster to ethics and financial record-keeping problems in
the office. Critics said the Clintons got rid of government workers to
make room for cronies. The FBI was tapped to investigate.

Outcome: The Justice Department, at least one congressional panel, and
special prosecutors all probed the reason for the firings. Independent
Counsel Ken Starr found no blame rested with Bill Clinton. Another
independent counsel scrutinized Hillary Clinton's involvement and
statements about the firings but seven years after the event, he found no
basis to bring any charges against her.


Vince Foster Death, 1993

White House aide Vince Foster was found dead at a Virginia park.
AP

Allegation: White House lawyer Vince Foster was found dead in a Virginia
park in 1993. Republican lawmakers and conservative interest groups
suggested foul play in the death, perhaps tied to swirling ethics
investigations of the Clintons that Foster had handled. In a document
found in his briefcase, Foster wrote, "I was not meant for the job or the
spotlight of public life in Washington. Here ruining people is considered
sport."

Outcome: Investigators and family members said Foster had struggled with
depression and fears about keeping his security clearance if he sought
help for the problem. Multiple investigations by the FBI, the Justice
Department and special prosecutors concluded that Foster died at his own
hand.


Paula Jones/Monica Lewinsky, 1994

President Clinton embraces Monica Lewinsky and other guests at a White
House lawn party in 1996.
AP

Allegation: Former Arkansas employee Paula Jones sued Bill Clinton for
civil money damages in 1994 alleging that Clinton had propositioned her in
a Little Rock hotel room years earlier. Clinton fought the case, but the
Supreme Court ruled that the lawsuit could proceed. In the course of the
long and bitter litigation, Jones' lawyers identified other women with
whom Bill Clinton allegedly had intimate relationships. They included
Gennifer Flowers, a cabaret singer whose contacts with Clinton were
detailed in a tabloid report, and former White House intern Monica
Lewinsky.

Outcome: In a deposition for the Jones civil lawsuit, in early 1998, Bill
Clinton denied having "sexual relations" with Lewinsky. Her name had
already come to the attention of Independent Counsel Ken Starr, who sought
her cooperation in his own investigation. Months later, in front of a
federal grand jury, Clinton acknowledged the personal relationship with
Lewinsky and later appeared on television to offer a public apology. The
statement failed to head off a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives
to impeach the president. Clinton settled the Jones lawsuit for $850,000
but he did not acknowledge wrongdoing. In February 1999, the U.S. Senate
acquitted Clinton of perjury and obstruction of justice.


Filegate, 1996

Allegation: Investigators delving into a different scandal found hundreds
of FBI files on former White House workers. The information also covered
the backgrounds of Republicans in Congress.

Outcome: Two staff members who obtained the files quit their jobs. An
independent counsel uncovered no wrongdoing by the Clintons themselves.


Benghazi, 2012

Allegation: Extremists seized the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi,
Libya, in on Sept. 11, 2012, killing Ambassador Chris Stevens and three
other Americans. Members of Congress have accused Clinton of offering
misleading comments about the nature of the attack and failing to protect
the Americans.

Outcome: The House Select Committee on Benghazi interviewed Clinton in an
11-hour-long hearing last year but it has not yet issued a public report
on its findings. The work of the committee has been criticized as partisan
by House Democrats. Their suspicions were fueled by remarks from House
Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, who publicly suggested the panel's
work had helped drive down Clinton's poll numbers in the presidential
race. An investigation by the Accountability Review Board outlined
"systematic" security failings by managers at the State Department.
Earlier work by other congressional committees found that intelligence
analysts had shifting views about the nature and motivation for the
attack.


Clinton Foundation, 2015

Allegation: Republican lawmakers and watchdog groups have asked whether
Clinton Foundation, established in 1997, engaged in conflicts of interest
or quid pro quo deals during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of
state. Speeches by both Bill and Hillary Clinton to private groups and
foreign governments have also been called into question. Iowa Sen. Charles
Grassley, the Republican chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and
conservative watchdogs at Judicial Watch are investigating the matters.

Outcome: Congressional and outside investigations are ongoing. Republican
lawmakers have asked whether the FBI is in


Private Email Server, 2015

Allegation: The FBI and Justice Department are investigating whether
Clinton's private email server compromised government secrets during her
tenure at the State Department.

Outcome: FBI agents are continuing their work on the investigation and
have interviewed several of Clinton's top aides. Clinton has said she will
cooperate as well. The State Department inspector general recently
concluded that Clinton did not follow the rules for safeguarding
information, that she had not asked for approval to use the private
server, and would not have been granted permission had she sought it.

Ya, no cover ups here, no urine samples.
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Wanna make a Liberal mad? Tell him the truth about shithole countries
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M.I.Wakefield
2018-03-13 01:47:10 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 21:12:41 -0400, M.I.Wakefield says...
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It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up
Every time your response to a Trump story is "What about Clinton?", you've
pretty much admitted that you've lost the argument.
DoD
2018-03-13 01:52:35 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 21:12:41 -0400, M.I.Wakefield says...
Post by M.I.Wakefield
It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up
Every time your response to a Trump story is "What about Clinton?", you've
pretty much admitted that you've lost the argument.
No... we are just sick of you and your lies, you nosey busy bodied bitch..
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I ne boj'mo se vrijet
Bog je pozva' nas
Da mijenjamo svijet

Mi smo ljudi krscani
I ne boj'mo se mrijet
Samo ljubav moze
Spasit ovaj svijet

Ora et labora znaj,
to je put u vjecni raj
i zivot nije kraj
i... moliti, raditi

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Your New Friend
2018-03-13 01:54:17 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 21:12:41 -0400, M.I.Wakefield says...
Post by M.I.Wakefield
It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up
Every time your response to a Trump story is "What about Clinton?", you've
pretty much admitted that you've lost the argument.
That's what the cover up folks want you to believe.
AlleyCat
2018-03-13 02:04:24 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 21:47:10 -0400, M.I.Wakefield says...
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Post by AlleyCat
On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 21:12:41 -0400, M.I.Wakefield says...
Post by M.I.Wakefield
It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up
Every time your response to a Trump story is "What about Clinton?", you've
pretty much admitted that you've lost the argument.
Um, no... I have not admitted to anything. Typical liberal... always knows
what other people are thinking.

Sorry, dumb ass, every time someone posts an article on Trump, expressing
faux outrage, because they didn't say a fucking thing about someone in the
liberal party doing the SAME thing, THEY lost the argument before it
starts.

If I've "lost", why are you still responding?

can.politics?

LOL
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Governor Swill
2018-03-14 05:53:36 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 21:12:41 -0400, M.I.Wakefield says...
Post by M.I.Wakefield
It's not the porn-star screwing that's the issue, it's the cover-up
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Really... did you just SAY that?
Do you REALLY wanna go into the deep waters of all of the Clinton cover-
ups to date?
"I did not have sexual relations with that woman."
You could at least stick to scandals in THIS century.

Swill
Post by AlleyCat
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Ya, no cover ups here, no urine sample.
Whitewater, 1992
Allegation: The granddaddy of all Clinton scandals surfaced during Bill
Clinton's bid for the presidency. It centered on financial contributions
by Bill and Hillary Clinton into a real estate entity known as Whitewater
Development Corporation during his time as an Arkansas state official.
Eventually, the Justice Department and independent counsel launched
investigations.
Outcome: Neither Bill nor Hillary Clinton faced prosecution for their
involvement in Whitewater. But their public statements about the matter,
and the handling of documents that went missing and later reappeared, came
under intense scrutiny. Their partners in the real estate investment were
Jim McDougal and his then-wife Susan. Jim McDougal was convicted of fraud
charges for making bad loans and he died of heart disease in a Texas
prison. Susan was convicted of fraud in connection with obtaining a
$300,000 federally-backed small business loan. She refused to answer grand
jury questions in the Whitewater affair and was held in contempt of court,
spending 18 months in jail. Bill Clinton pardoned her before he left the
White House in early 2001.
Travelgate, 1993
Allegation: Not long after Bill Clinton entered the White House, in May
1993, seven workers in the travel office were fired. The White House
attributed the ouster to ethics and financial record-keeping problems in
the office. Critics said the Clintons got rid of government workers to
make room for cronies. The FBI was tapped to investigate.
Outcome: The Justice Department, at least one congressional panel, and
special prosecutors all probed the reason for the firings. Independent
Counsel Ken Starr found no blame rested with Bill Clinton. Another
independent counsel scrutinized Hillary Clinton's involvement and
statements about the firings but seven years after the event, he found no
basis to bring any charges against her.
Vince Foster Death, 1993
White House aide Vince Foster was found dead at a Virginia park.
AP
Allegation: White House lawyer Vince Foster was found dead in a Virginia
park in 1993. Republican lawmakers and conservative interest groups
suggested foul play in the death, perhaps tied to swirling ethics
investigations of the Clintons that Foster had handled. In a document
found in his briefcase, Foster wrote, "I was not meant for the job or the
spotlight of public life in Washington. Here ruining people is considered
sport."
Outcome: Investigators and family members said Foster had struggled with
depression and fears about keeping his security clearance if he sought
help for the problem. Multiple investigations by the FBI, the Justice
Department and special prosecutors concluded that Foster died at his own
hand.
Paula Jones/Monica Lewinsky, 1994
President Clinton embraces Monica Lewinsky and other guests at a White
House lawn party in 1996.
AP
Allegation: Former Arkansas employee Paula Jones sued Bill Clinton for
civil money damages in 1994 alleging that Clinton had propositioned her in
a Little Rock hotel room years earlier. Clinton fought the case, but the
Supreme Court ruled that the lawsuit could proceed. In the course of the
long and bitter litigation, Jones' lawyers identified other women with
whom Bill Clinton allegedly had intimate relationships. They included
Gennifer Flowers, a cabaret singer whose contacts with Clinton were
detailed in a tabloid report, and former White House intern Monica
Lewinsky.
Outcome: In a deposition for the Jones civil lawsuit, in early 1998, Bill
Clinton denied having "sexual relations" with Lewinsky. Her name had
already come to the attention of Independent Counsel Ken Starr, who sought
her cooperation in his own investigation. Months later, in front of a
federal grand jury, Clinton acknowledged the personal relationship with
Lewinsky and later appeared on television to offer a public apology. The
statement failed to head off a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives
to impeach the president. Clinton settled the Jones lawsuit for $850,000
but he did not acknowledge wrongdoing. In February 1999, the U.S. Senate
acquitted Clinton of perjury and obstruction of justice.
Filegate, 1996
Allegation: Investigators delving into a different scandal found hundreds
of FBI files on former White House workers. The information also covered
the backgrounds of Republicans in Congress.
Outcome: Two staff members who obtained the files quit their jobs. An
independent counsel uncovered no wrongdoing by the Clintons themselves.
Benghazi, 2012
Allegation: Extremists seized the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi,
Libya, in on Sept. 11, 2012, killing Ambassador Chris Stevens and three
other Americans. Members of Congress have accused Clinton of offering
misleading comments about the nature of the attack and failing to protect
the Americans.
Outcome: The House Select Committee on Benghazi interviewed Clinton in an
11-hour-long hearing last year but it has not yet issued a public report
on its findings. The work of the committee has been criticized as partisan
by House Democrats. Their suspicions were fueled by remarks from House
Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, who publicly suggested the panel's
work had helped drive down Clinton's poll numbers in the presidential
race. An investigation by the Accountability Review Board outlined
"systematic" security failings by managers at the State Department.
Earlier work by other congressional committees found that intelligence
analysts had shifting views about the nature and motivation for the
attack.
Clinton Foundation, 2015
Allegation: Republican lawmakers and watchdog groups have asked whether
Clinton Foundation, established in 1997, engaged in conflicts of interest
or quid pro quo deals during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of
state. Speeches by both Bill and Hillary Clinton to private groups and
foreign governments have also been called into question. Iowa Sen. Charles
Grassley, the Republican chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and
conservative watchdogs at Judicial Watch are investigating the matters.
Outcome: Congressional and outside investigations are ongoing. Republican
lawmakers have asked whether the FBI is in
Private Email Server, 2015
Allegation: The FBI and Justice Department are investigating whether
Clinton's private email server compromised government secrets during her
tenure at the State Department.
Outcome: FBI agents are continuing their work on the investigation and
have interviewed several of Clinton's top aides. Clinton has said she will
cooperate as well. The State Department inspector general recently
concluded that Clinton did not follow the rules for safeguarding
information, that she had not asked for approval to use the private
server, and would not have been granted permission had she sought it.
Ya, no cover ups here, no urine samples.
All that this country desires is to see the neighboring
countries stable, orderly, and prosperous. Any country whose
people conduct themselves well can count upon our hearty
friendship. If a nation shows that it knows how to act with
reasonable efficiency and decency in social and political
matters, if it keeps order and pays its obligations, it
need fear no interference from the United States. Chronic
wrongdoing, or an impotence which results in a general
loosening of the ties of civilized society, may in America,
as elsewhere, ultimately require intervention by some
civilized nation, and in the Western Hemisphere the
adherence of the United States to the Monroe Doctrine may
force the United States, however reluctantly, in flagrant
cases of such wrongdoing or impotence, to the exercise of
an international police power. - The Roosevelt Corollary
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I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage
Over Mistress Stormy Daniels
Here is what still doesn't compute with me... If she did what she did and
has the goods, why is she piddling around with 100K? People from Larry
Flynnt to Jeff Bezos would give her a payoff for that and cover all legal
bills..

This doesn't pass the smell test... other than missing intellect wakefield
is farting in this newsgroup again.
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Mi smo ljudi kršcani
I ne boj'mo se vrijet
Bog je pozva' nas
Da mijenjamo svijet

Mi smo ljudi kršcani
I ne boj'mo se mrijet
Samo ljubav može
Spasit ovaj svijet

Ora et labora znaj,
to je put u vjecni raj
i život nije kraj
i... moliti, raditi

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Siri Cruise
2018-03-13 01:29:35 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage
Over Mistress Stormy Daniels
Why the faux outrage?
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AlleyCat
2018-03-13 01:34:03 UTC
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Post by Siri Cruise
Post by AlleyCat
I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage
Over Mistress Stormy Daniels
Why the faux outrage?
Nothing faux about it... I AM mad... started back in the 90s. He used MY
Oval Office for HIS adultery and getting his dick sucked. That's what
bathrooms are for! ;-)

What REALLY pissed me off was that I smoked a fine cigar once in awhile
back then, but...

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Wanna make a Conservative mad? Tell him a lie.

Wanna make a Liberal mad? Tell him the truth about shithole countries
where most of their voters are from.
Liberals are VERMIN!
2018-03-15 02:23:53 UTC
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I'm Sorry... I'm Having a Bit of Difficulty Understanding The Faux Outrage
Over Mistress Stormy Daniels
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"We Need Help, The President Is Being Smuggled Out Of The White House
Under A Raincoat": How Secret Service Busted Bill Clinton On His Way To An
Assignation
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5192341/Bill-Clinton-snuck-White-
House-visit-mistresses.html#ixzz59aJMzCQr
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Monica Lewinsky
Gennifer Flowers
Maria Furtwängler
Belinda Stronach
Naomi Robson
Markie Post
Patricia Duff
Elizabeth Gracen
Sally Perdue
Dolly Kyle Browning
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perdue-all-people-photo-u1?w=1000&fm=jpg&fit=crop&q=60
Paula Jones
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all-people-photo-u1?w=1000&fm=jpg&fit=crop&q=60
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Wanna make a Conservative mad? Tell him a lie.
Wanna make a Liberal mad? Tell him the truth about shithole countries
where most of their voters are from.
The naiveness and provincialism of the middle class allow this kind of inconsequential nonsense to flourish. Fact is, busy rich men hire whores, they always have. I've seen newsgroups where wealthy men critique $3000 night prostitutes. The jugheads who earn $40,000 a year and come home to their wives every night have no concept of how the rich live.
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