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I just have a gut feeling this family is going to continue to provide gems for the foreseeable future

In this case, this was the first argument *for* planned parenthood that ever made me actually consider it's good. It might have prevented the clintons from having been inflicted upon our country

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Chelsea Clinton Laments: My Great Grandmother Did Not Have Access to Planned Parenthood

by Rebecca Oas, Ph.D. | New York, NY | LifeNews.com | 6/20/13 4:22 PM

New York, NY (CFAM) ? From the stage at the recent Women Deliver conference, former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton?s daughter Chelsea revealed that her much-admired maternal grandmother was the child of unwed teenage parents who ?did not have access to services that are so crucial that Planned Parenthood helps provide.?
Chelsea?s grandmother was born of an unintended pregnancy. And new research shows that her family is not alone in treasuring a person who ? if Planned Parenthood had been successful ? would not have been born."
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ok, sorry.

I'm at work and I almost laughed out loud when I saw (and then read) this on drudge:

EXCLUSIVE: Two decades after her affair with Bill Clinton, Gennifer Flowers reveals they'd be together now if it wasn't for Chelsea and how former president confided in her that Hillary was bisexual

  • Flowers's 12-year affair with Bill Clinton was exposed in 1992 during his presidential campaign
  • She bitterly regrets rejecting him when he last begged to see her and says he's the 'love of her life'
  • Launching a career as a sex columnist she says Clinton taught her everything she knows
  • Bill told her Hillary was 'bisexual' and that he had 'no problem with that'
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Rob I don't want you venture alone on this thread, most everything in Washington is laughable. Like most we are on the sled for the ride of our life, can't be surprised when “Our Gal " gets in the White House! Supporting the site with my inconsequential posts. Hope this helps. Fishing has been great!
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Hook, wish you fished down in south jersey, perhaps then you'd tell me how to find good fish down here.

I'm lost.
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Is Hillary too old?

http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/24/opinio...llary-clinton/

Hillary, don't run for president

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Lets see 3 yrs till the election + 4yrs in the WH + 4yrs of reElection = All time high posts of any thread on the StriperSurf . There should be some good one liners coming up .
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Hearsay from Hillary Clinton: On Joe Biden and the Osama bin Laden raidView Larger

Former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton at a recent event in London. AP/Lefteris Pitarakis


By Greg Bluestein and Jim Galloway
Former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton was in town today. A few Secret Squirrels, and some not so secret, agreed to be our sources, given that her speech to the National Association of Convenience Stores was encapsulated by a cone of silence. Convention officials banned all video and sound recording, social media, and naturally, journalists.
No ears reported any mention of whatever 2016 ambitions Clinton might have. But state Rep. Tom Taylor, R-Dunwoody, said the former first lady dropped a huge hint. "I know she’s running for president now, because toward the end, she was asked about the Osama bin Laden raid. She took 25 minutes to answer," Taylor said. "Without turning the knife too deeply, she put it to [Vice President Joe] Biden."
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George Soros going to bat for Hillary Clinton

The liberal billionaire is donating $25,000 to the Clinton super PAC. | AP Photos




By MAGGIE HABERMAN | 10/24/13 12:00 PM EDT
Liberal billionaire George Soros is lending his name to the “Ready for Hillary” super PAC, donating $25,000 to become a co-chair of the group’s National Finance Committee ahead of a major donor confab in New York.
Soros political director Michael Vachon confirmed Soros’s involvement with the group in an emailed statement to POLITICO.



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MSNBC's Ronan Farrow: 'The Clintons Represent a Style of Honesty That the Public Craves Right Now'

By Noel Sheppard

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When you think of the Clintons, does the word "honesty" come to mind?
It does to new MSNBC host Ronan Farrow who actually said on Tuesday's The Cycle (readers are strongly advised not to have any food or fluid in their mouths before continuing reading), "They represent a style of honesty that the public craves right now" (video follows with transcript and commentary):
ARI MELBER, CO-HOST: We were talking about this segment as sort of an “I Love the '90s,” and for the Clintons, the '90s was a long time ago politically. If you look for example in '96, roughly when President Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act, and over time we saw that issue shift incredibly. The first civil unions at the state level in 2000, a federal ban proposed as recently as 2004 on marriage equality by President Bush, and Obama and Clinton both for political reasons or evolution depending on how you chart it didn't support marriage equality when they ran in '08. They've both changed and most extraordinarily and most rarely, the President came out and said he was wrong essentially to sign DOMA, wanted it overturned which the Supreme Court ultimately did. What do you think that evolution tells us about their ability to move from the '90s to now?
Isn't it funny how when a Republican changes his or her mind on a key position, it's called a flip-flop, but when a Democrat does it, it's an evolution? But I digress:
RONAN FARROW: They're nimble politicians. Also I think that they represent a style of honesty that the public craves right now. And that's reflected in the numbers. I think people are tired of the old school politicking, and when a politician comes out and says, “Actually, I changed my mind, I've evolved on the issue,” that's something people are willing to embrace.
You know, Clinton has shown, as you said, on a variety of social issues that matter to young voters and for whom, you know, other politicians that have remained stuck in the past have become a source of alienation. He's also done it on a variety of other issues including healthcare. I mean, let's not forget that it was a watershed moment when Bill Clinton came out and gave his seminal remarks on healthcare at the convention. Those are remarks that he struck through the written remarks on and ad-libbed a lot of. That shows the style of communication he has, and one of the reasons why these stops are so significant. He represents something that people still connect with in a very primal way.
Actually, Ronan, I think it all depends on what the meaning of "is" is.
That said, who thinks Farrow is going to fit in just fine at MSNBC?



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Pull up your boots ! It won't be long from now . The posts rating are going to go thru the roof !
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Poll: Hillary Clinton?s Approval Rating Is Dropping Faster Than Michael Moore Can Eat A Twinkie

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/1...162.html?hp=r4
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we could only hope.

a Brown / Nader ticket

Jerry Brown, urged to run for president, won't rule out 2016 bid




Some are urging California Gov. Jerry Brown to run a fourth time for president, in part to stop the front-runner, Hillary Rodham Clinton. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images / May 23, 2013)

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will she or won't she??? ...we'll see

Whispers persist that Hillary won’t run: Health may be worse than disclosed

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