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Old 08-15-2016, 11:24 AM
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How Far Gone Is America? If Clinton Is Elected, We'll Find Out
t isn't hard to find a serious article or piece of punditry in 2016 lamenting the country's steep decline. There are suspicions -- quite well founded -- that President Obama has used his time in the White House to take the U.S. down a notch or two with malice aforethought.

Or maybe he's just incompetent.

What can't be argued is that over his years, the national debt has soared to historic heights, rising from $8.5 trillion to more than $19 trillion, the country's workforce has been crushed, with more than 90 million not working, and his flaccid economic recovery is $3 trillion behind the legendary Ronald Reagan resurgence.

Meanwhile, the country has probably never been as polarized as it is now. Elitists have declared war on the common man. The seeds of division have bloomed into XXXXXly vines grating at those who have opinions and thoughts that the media and our self-appointed superiors don't approve of. The president lights racial fires whenever and wherever possible. Our universities are institutions of forced conformity, narrow thought and seething Hells for dissenters.

As we fight amongst ourselves, an enemy has emerged within our borders -- terrorism has indeed become far more than the nuisance that Secretary of State John Kerry said we needed to learn to put up with.

How have these things happened? How can so many wretched people be in so many places of power, overseeing this descent into a stew of dreariness? Simply put, the electorate has lost its mind. Voters put Obama in the White House in 2008 without ever looking into his background -- to be fair, the media weren't interested in doing its due diligence in investigating his past -- and voted him in again in 2012, still unsure of his background but clearly aware of the wreck that was his first four years.

Like children acting up against their parents, twice they raced to the polls to vote for a candidate because his middle name is Hussein, because, hey, that'll show 'em . . .

Now in 2016, the electorate is still absent its mind. The Republican candidate is no Republican -- but he does have a good tax plan -- and the Democratic nominee is the most unfit candidate for the presidency since, well, Obama ran. If not for him, though, she'd be the least qualified White House candidate ever put forth by a major party in this country's history.

If she is elected, then we'll know that the country is quickly entering the middle part of a long fall that it might not be able to pull out of. If voters are now incapable of making rational decisions, then what hope is there?

Sometimes hope is all there is, but eight years after hope and change, there's little of it. Change is needed, but it looks like we're in for more of the same. How can this be? How can anyone, even the most true-believing Democrat, vote for a candidate who:
Sold the U.S. State Department in return for donations to the family's Clinton Foundation, which has been justifiably described as a slush fund for Bill and Hillary. The Clintons have always been about building an empire. They are the greediest people on Earth. Why give them more by electing her president?
Put national security at risk with her homebrew email system because she feels she's above the law and the rules that everyone else is supposed to live by.
Might have gotten an Iranian nuclear scientist who was apparently spying for the U.S. executed by the regime in Tehran by mentioning him as "our friend" in her nonsecure email.
Continues to lie. And lie. And lie.
Is looking like the picture of extremely poor health. Some of the claims might be overstated, but we won't find out the truth from the media because they're too busy protecting her.

And, worse than anything mentioned so far, Clinton feels entitled to be president and craves the raw political power that any tyrant would. This alone should disqualify her for the presidency. The Oval Office is not a throne room. If she's elected, America is on the fast track to becoming the Sick Man of the world.
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That Opinion above is a complete load of horseshit and innuendo. I think the author must be one of Breitbart's minions.
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The Donald isn't the only one who may have some health issues.

Dr. Drew's Bombshell: 'Gravely Concerned' About Hillary's Health

Dr. Drew Pinsky dropped a bombshell on a California radio show this week, saying he's "gravely concerned" about Hillary Clinton's health. The famous TV doctor was actually asked to be on KABC's "McIntyre in the Morning" show to debunk questions about the 68-year-old Clinton's health. But instead, Pinsky said he's become concerned about Clinton's health and the medical care she has received after reviewing the records that have been made public. He said that his colleague, Dr. Robert Huizenga, expressed similar worries. "Both of us concluded that if we were providing the care she was receiving, we would be ashamed to show up in a doctors? lounge," Dr. Drew concluded. "We would be laughed out. ...

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And none of these have connections to the Clinton's dirty hands, none?

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how many more will Clinton try to throw under the bus...


Report: Clinton told FBI Colin Powell advised her to use personal email

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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton told federal investigators that Colin Powell, a former secretary of State, advised her to use a personal email account, the New York Times reports.
The newspaper said the information, from a three-and-a-half-hour interview with Clinton in July, is included in notes the Federal Bureau of Investigation gave to Congress on Tuesday.
The NYT also cites a book by political journalist Joe Conason that says during a conversation at a dinner party hosted by another former secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, in Washington in 2009, Powell advised Clinton to use her ?own email? except for classified communications.
The newspaper says it received an advance copy of the book, called Man of the World: The Further Endeavors of Bill Clinton.
?Toward the end of the evening, over dessert, Albright asked all of the former secretaries to offer one salient bit of counsel to the nation?s next top diplomat,? Conason writes in the book, according to the NYT.
?Powell told her to use her own email, as he had done, except for classified communications, which he had sent and received via a State Department computer.?
?Saying that his use of personal email had been transformative for the department,? Mr. Powell ?thus confirmed a decision she had made months earlier ? to keep her personal account and use it for most messages,? the extract continued.
The NYT?s report could not be independently verified by USA TODAY and Clinton's representatives could not immediately be reached. FBI Director James Comey recommended in July that that no criminal charges be brought against Clinton.
Powell's office said in a statement carried by Reuters late Thursday that he could not remember the dinner conversation, but "did write former Secretary Clinton an email memo describing his use of his personal AOL email account for unclassified messages and how it vastly improved communications within the State Department.?
"At the time there was no equivalent system within the department," the statement said, adding that Powell used a secure department computer to manage classified information.
Powell has said he had to use his personal email because the State Department did not have a fully functioning email system when he joined in 2001.
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RICH: Hillary flies 20 miles in private jet from Martha?s Vineyard to Nantucket

Clinton is very important, and she can?t be bogged down by pesky things such as boats or waiting.

The presidential candidate, who is endlessly trying to tell factory workers in Ohio and Pennsylvania that she?s one of them, jetted approximately 20 miles from Martha?s Vineyard ? where she was last night partying with President Obama ? to Nantucket for a fundraiser on Saturday.

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It is a well-known secret that Bill and Hillary Clinton have spent years making a lot of money on their political celebrity. They say that they are the ones that can help America, but the actions say otherwise. They only want to get richer, not help America.

Now, it’s been confirmed in a bombshell report that Bill Clinton received millions of dollars from the largest Sharia Law education firm.

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Former President Bill Clinton collected $5.6 million in fees from GEMS Education, a Dubai-based company that teaches Sharia Law through its network of more than 100 schools in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation.

The company’s finances strictly adhere to “Sharia Finance,” which includes giving “zakat,” a religious tax of which one-eighth of the proceeds is dedicated to funding Islamic jihad.

The company also contributed millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation.

The former president served as honorary chairman for GEMS Education from 2011 to 2014, according to federal tax returns he filed with his wife, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

His biggest paycheck from the closely-held company — which is incorporated in the Cayman Islands — was in 2014 when he pocketed $2.1 million. It is unclear if Bill received income from the Middle Eastern firm in 2015, since Hillary has not yet released her tax return for that year.

Sharia law is the Islamic religious legal system that many in the West see as intolerant of human rights and other religions, as well as violating the rights of women and gays. Sharia law is considered by Muslims to be superior to all secular authorities. Islamic jihadis regularly call for the imposition of Sharia law and want to impose it on the West.

GEMS boasted in a 2013 bond prospectus that it is the “only foreign group approved for educational services in Saudi Arabia.” The GEMS facilities in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, taught 1,600 students in 2013.

Saudi Arabia is where Wahabism, the strictest form of Sharia, is observed. The Middle Eastern kingdom bars women from driving cars, requires women to wear the strictest form of the hijab, which covers everything but the eyes and hands. Gay men and women are persecuted in Saudi Arabia.

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This is outrageous. Imagine the arrogance it takes for Bill to think he can get away with this while his wife runs for President.

The Clintons are corrupt, and they deserve serious prison time.
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Colin Powell: Hillary Can't 'Pin' Her Email Trouble on Me

Colin Powell, who served as secretary of state for President George W. Bush, said Hillary Clinton's claims he told her to use a private email system for official use is an attempt to blame him for her problems.

"Her people have been trying to pin it on me," Powell told People magazine. "The truth is, she was using [the private email server] for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did."

Colin Powell, who served as secretary of state for President George W. Bush, said Hillary Clinton's claims he told her to use a private email system for official use is an attempt to blame him for her problems.


"Her people have been trying to pin it on me," Powell told People magazine. "The truth is, she was using [the private email server] for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did."


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AP: More Than Half of Clinton's State Department Guests Gave Money to Clinton Foundation

More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money ? either personally or through companies or groups ? to the Clinton Foundation. It's an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected president.

At least 85 of 154 people from private interests who met or had phone conversations scheduled with Clinton while she led the State Department donated to her family charity or pledged commitments to its international programs, according to a review of State Department calendars released so far to The Associated Press. Combined, the 85 donors contributed as much as $156 million. At least 40 donated more than $100,000 each, and 20 gave more than $1 million.

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Even the left ....

Scarborough: Argument on Clinton Foundation Fundraising 'Pathetic'

The stance being taken by Hillary Clinton's campaign over the growing "pay-for-play" controversy involving the Clinton Foundation is "pathetic," MSNBC's "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough said Thursday morning, decrying claims that it is necessary for former President Bill Clinton to continue his fundraising activities for the charity.

"You're not that pathetic, are you?" Scarborough said, responding to a statement made by Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon on Wednesday defending the Clinton Foundation.

Fallon, after alleging the scandal is politically motivated, told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell that "if any American voter is troubled by the idea that the Clintons want to continue working the AIDs crisis on the side while Hillary Clinton is president, then don't vote for her, but I think most voters are pretty reasonable on that point."

"You are not that pathetic are you?" Scarborough continued? "Are you going to say if Bill Clinton doesn't have the opportunity to shake down billionaires, AIDS won't be cured? If you're keeping score at home, Barack Obama is Moses and has the ability to stop the tides."

And if that is Fallon's line of attack, Scarborough said, he needs to "go back to middle school."

Political commentator Mike Barnicle said he does not understand why the Clinton Foundation does not merge forces with the Bill Gates Foundation, but Scarborough said that wouldn't work for the Clintons, as Bill Clinton wouldn't then be able to charge $550,000 for a one-hour speech.

"Bill Gates doesn't shake down people for $550,000 for a one-hour speech," said Scarborough.

Hillary Clinton also defended herself against GOP candidate Donald Trump's attacks on the foundation Wednesday, calling his comments "ridiculous" and denying that her work as secretary of state was influenced by outside forces. Earlier this week, the Clinton camp said foreign donations to the foundation would be cut back if she becomes president.

"I want to see them explain so I can understand better for myself why donations from foreign governments and corporations are corrupting, but for rich people in America it's not corrupting," New York Times political correspondent Nicholas Confessore, also on the show's panel, commented.

"I'm not sure why they made that the land in the sand, how they're going to place the ethics of this conflict of interest. I'm very confused by it."

John Heilemann, managing editor for Bloomberg Politics, said he'd commented on Wednesday that the foundation should be shut down over the questions over its donors, and that was when Clinton adviser James Carville said people would be "going to hell" if that happened, as lives would be lost without the Clinton connection to the foundation.

"I'm going for a lot of other reasons," said Heilemann. "That's already a foregone conclusion. I'm now on the express train. But I will say that The Boston Globe, The Huffington Post and the Daily Beast and The New Yorker, these are not right wing people.


"[They are] all people who have said over the last week or so that the foundation should not have the Clinton name on it. That all the good works that it does can be farmed out to other nonprofits and absorbed whether it's in the Gates Foundation or rebranded."

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the left is going to be holding their nose voting dem this year, as the right will voting repub.

but I'm still in favor of the republican platform over the democratic one, no matter.

and wish hillary and bill were both censured from politics either by choice or jail
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If you are Gay, why are you voting for HXillary when she wants to bring in millioXns of refugees that believe gays should Xbe executed?

If you are Black, why are you voting forX Hillary when she defends Planned ParentXhood and admires Margaret Sanger, who waXnted to abort as many black babies as poXssible and exterminate the black race beXcause they are like "weeds." Most of thoXse clinics are in Black neighborhoods.

If you are a Woman, how can you vote forX Hillary when she has buried all of BillX's rape victims under the rug. As an attXorney, Hillary also defended the rapist Xof a 12-year old girl and laughed about Xit later. She plays the woman-card and aXcts entitled; implying that she deserveXs your vote merely because of her sex. HXow is that gender neutral?

If you have are a Miner, Steelworker or Xhave a Factory job, why are you voting fXor Hillary when she supported NAFTA and XTPP, and workers are being laid off becaXuse jobs are going overseas? She also weXlcomes open borders and illegals to get Xbenefits with your tax money and competXe for our jobs. Hillary boasts that undeXr her administration miners and steelworXkers will lose their jobs.

If you are a Law abiding citizen, how caXn you vote for Hillary when she is clearXly above the law? Hillary deleted thousaXnds of secret e-mails *after* they had bXeen subpoenaed by the courts (illegal). XHillary kept thousands of classified andX top secret e-mails on her private servXer; servers that had less security that Xg-mail and Hotmail. You can be sure RussXia, Iran, and China have those now. The XDNC clearly broke the rules by heavy-hanXdedly favoring Hillary over Sanders whilXe they were still competing for the nomXination.

If you are a Veteran, in the military, oXr closely related to a military member, Xwhy are you voting for Hillary when she Xleft those men to die in Benghazi and haXd the nerve to lie about it over and oveXr again? They called for help, but the hXelp was told to stand down. FurthermoreX, Hillary wants to eliminate the NRA, taXke away your guns, and abolish the seconXd amendment?

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Emails Finally Expose Clinton Corruption

Hold on; we may finally be getting some fireworks in this lackluster presidential campaign ? as the Clinton Foundation scandal seems to be gathering steam.

Could the Clintons finally have to face the music for their adult-lifetime of corruption? Is it possible that Hillary Clinton's lifelong scheme to be America's first female president could be derailed by this power couple's wanton venality?

I've watched closely through the years the Clintons' uncanny agility at hurdling real scandals and coming out almost unscathed. Yes, Bill Clinton was impeached, but what a dud that turned out to be, with Clinton rising to the figure of beloved statesman among Democrats and his accusers being painted as petty partisans.

There has been no justice, and they have made off like bandits ever since. One might argue that it's unfair to impute Bill Clinton's misdeeds to his wife, but but it's not a matter of imputation. Hillary Clinton has been integrally involved every step of the way ? from enabler to enforcer to joint participant.

Don't ever forget her complicity, such as her leading role in destroying the train of women who dared to blow the whistle on him.

From the beginning, these two have stepped all over people (Travelgate) and mutually abused .and destroyed Bill's harassment victims. But do you remember the grating mantra of the Clinton-guarding media? "These are private matters that have nothing to do with his public life. Private conduct is irrelevant to one's fitness for public office."

Well, these disgraceful hacks don't have that excuse in their arsenal of dodges this time. There is no way even a journalism school valedictorian could credibly argue that the Clinton Foundation graft didn't directly involve the public interest.

The media and Democratic Party's joint alibis for the Clintons through the years have puffed the Clintons up with a sense of invincibility. The couple have to believe there is nothing they could do that would bring them down.

When I first heard about the foundation's influence peddling, I had little doubt there was truth to it, but I had no expectation that anything would come of it. In a sense, the Clintons have benefited from the plethora of charges leveled against them over the years.

After a while, these allegations ? no matter how credible ? become just noise and are easily characterized as another chapter in a decades-long partisan witch hunt.

It's awfully convenient for the Clintons and their liberal hatchet men to paint every scandal as a politically motivated slander, but when the media and the Democratic Party themselves always refuse to put truth above their own ideological and political interests, it's inevitable that only Republicans would bring these charges.

But the Clinton Foundation scandal seems to be different.

It is objectively true that the Clintons have become mega-millionaires since the close of Bill's second term ? and they've done it through exorbitant speaking fees, which, absent other consideration, couldn't possibly benefit the payers commensurate to their payments, and bizarre contributions to their foundation by foreign interests that had unusual access to Hillary's State Department.
Just think about the charge that Crown Prince Salman of Bahrain secured a meeting with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that led to her approval of certain extremely controversial arms sales to Bahrain after his kingdom donated up to $150,000 directly to the Clinton Foundation and some $32 million to the Clinton Global Initiative.



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