Hillary Clinton's New Book Filled With Lies & Finger Pointing

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  • #31794

    radiodork
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    Some much needed humor.

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    #31795

    radiodork
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    #31797

    skeptical
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    Dork, don’t post your toilet overflow on Dan’s site. I’d suggest Broadway’s church or Bacon’s confessional. Both sites will be more receptive to this shit.

    #31798

    Broadway
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    Love Gutfeld!

    #31799

    edselehr
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    “Gutfeld was raised Roman Catholic and once was an altar boy. He describes himself as an “agnostic atheist”. – Wikipedia

    Still feelin’ the love, Broadway?

    #31800

    Amus
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    “Gutfeld was raised Roman Catholic and once was an altar boy. He describes himself as an “agnostic atheist”

    What do you Know?
    That describes me too!

    #31802

    paulwalker
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    A couple of facts here:

    Hillary won the popular vote in the 2016 election.

    For those Trump fans who keep saying “get over it, Trump won”, it is apparent to me that the Republicans are the ones that can’t get over it by their reactions to this book, which is nothing more than what the Clintons have always done, writing books, giving speeches, and making money. Hmm, I think our current President has a history of this as well. Non-issue at the end of the day.

    #31803

    Langston
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    It has always been a primary weakness of the Republicans, the inability to ignore Hillary Clinton. As a result, she has a best seller.

    #31804

    skeptical
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    Bill and Hillary were dirt poor when they left the white house. Thanks to the Republicans, they’re in the top 1% now.

    #31805

    Vitalogy
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    Both Hillary and Bernie can go the fuck away in my view. They are both responsible for President Trump.

    #31806

    semoochie
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    Isn’t that a little like saying the counter protesters are responsible for the neo-nazis?

    #31807

    Chris_taylor
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    It’s hard for me to put blame on Bernie or Hillary for Trump’s presidency. Trump’s arrival has been in the making for nearly 30 years. Gerrymandering of districts, huge corporate money into politics, Supreme Court decisions…the list is long.

    Trump didn’t just show up.

    One excerpt I did preview from Clinton’s book is how women in the public eye, like politics, business, religion, are viewed through a very different lens than there men counterparts.

    My wife has personally experienced it. A man can get emotional, raise his voice, bring tears and great vocal passion to an event and be seen as strong, confident and with good leadership skills…but if a woman were to do the same thing, you hear comments like, emotional, bitchy…and if she stays more quiet she’s seen as aloof or stand-offish..

    There are a lot reasons Hillary lost the electoral vote, but I can’t blame Bernie or Clinton supporters because of the landslide popular vote for Hillary.

    #31808

    Vitalogy
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    Bernie Sanders is probably most responsible for Hillary’s loss, other than Hillary herself.

    Sure, you have Russia and all the other excuses, but Bernie fatally damaged Hillary’s campaign when he was mathematically eliminated yet continued on knowing damn well he had 0% chance of winning the nomination.

    And my history here will show I predicted this. Ask Missing KSKD.

    Yeah, Sanders made his point and now we are dealing with the consequences of his advocacy.

    I was a fan of Bernie Sanders WAY before he was popular. Mostly due to him being on Bill Maher’s show back in the day.

    Not so much anymore though.

    #31809

    Chris_taylor
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    Still not buying it was Bernie’s fault, too many other factors, and possibly including some of Bernie’s voting base, but not enough, IMHO, to bring down Clinton.

    How do you lose by winning?

    #31810

    paulwalker
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    While Bernie may have caused some on the left to stay home , I don’t think it was a major factor in Hillary’s loss.

    The real problem was lack of a concentrated effort in States they thought they had already won. Pure and simple, and perhaps somewhat arrogant.

    But all this is ancient history, and it seems the only people who really care about it are the right and they can’t let go.

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