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Why Should We Vote For Another Corrupt Clinton?

The Clinton administration will probably be remembered as the most corrupt president in American history. Aside from being the ONLY popular elected president ever impeached, Clinton's legacy extends to little more than widespread corruption. The Scandals: Whitewater Cattlegate Nannygate Helicoptergate Travelgate Gennifer Flowersgate Filegate Vince Fostergate I wonder where those Whitewater billing records came fromgate Paula Jonesgate Federal Building campaign phone callgate Lincoln bedroomgate White House coffeegate Donations from convicted drug and weapons dealersgate Buddhist Templegate Web Hubbell hush moneygate Lippogate Chinese commiegate - Clinton was practically endorsed by red China Update! Let's blame Kenneth Starrgate Zippergate/interngate - the Lewinsky affair itself Perjury and jobs for Lewinskygate - the aftermath Willeygate Web Hubbell prison phone callgate Selling Military Technology to the Chinese Commiesgate Beau, Clinton was impeached. Kind of hard to say that was phony. Truth is, Bush is too smart for the liberals, all they can do is cry impeach Bush, but they have nothing.

Asked By: Vicki1970 - 10/6/2007
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You forgot about Hitlery's PROMISE to raise taxes, thus hurting the economy. What about her PROMISE to give illegals amnesty, hurting the economy even more? Then there is the "Hillary care part 2" disaster and the $5,000 "baby bond." How are we supposed to pay for all this crap... More
Answered By: dizneyland fan - 10/6/2007
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We shouldn't.
Answered By: open thoughts - 10/6/2007
 
Gee, a long list of phony right-wing conspiracy scandals . . . Think of the hundreds of millions of our tax dollars squandered on those :-(
Answered By: Beau D. Satva - 10/6/2007
 
huh?
Answered By: yeahboy121 - 10/6/2007
 
Because her Hind Endness says we should!
Answered By: Doc - 10/6/2007
 
Better Question: Why do we allow obviously brain damaged people to vote? Can't see how else Hillary would get elected.
Answered By: Racist Answer Man - 10/6/2007
 
As long as you want to make your "list", it will still pale in comparison to the tens of THOUSANDS of innocent people who have died in George W. Bush's phony war... More
Answered By: mild_irritant - 10/6/2007
 
You go, Beau de Satva!!!!
Answered By: krazykiddz - 10/6/2007
 
Well, Clinton won't be remembered as the "most corrupt". Hillary is just another puppet and should not be allowed within shouting distance of the Whitehouse though. The title of "most corrupt" will be bestowed upon our current president after the trials and investigations are completed.
Answered By: netmorale_admin - 10/6/2007
 
Lets elect a corrupt Obama this time. I'm tired of corrupt Bushes and Clintons.
Answered By: Chinagirl - 10/6/2007
 
Well, we voted for another corrupted Bush and Reagan. Did wonders for the country, didn't it?
Answered By: $so fresh so clean$ - 10/6/2007
 
i guess for the same reason people voted for another corrupt Bush,to continue the dynasty of two families that are pretty much the same.
Answered By: here to help - 10/6/2007
 
When I go to the polls in 2008, it will be because of Hillary Clinton, and I will vote AGAINST Hillary Clinton... More
Answered By: Texican - 10/6/2007
 
It's funny, you mention how corrupt the Clinton's are and the Lib's who have never served in the military scream about Bush and Iraq... More
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Answered By: Victor Bout - 10/6/2007
 
Why is a President going to be a war criminal for doing what he believes to be in the best interests of his country. Is there really any more than can be asked of him? If you didn't have gasoline or heating oil or gas, you would be complaining loudly about that, and that is exactly what we are fighting to protect... More
Answered By: Mary J - 10/6/2007
 
We wont have to worry about her having O-S with a chubby female intern, or do we?
Answered By: Good Comrad - 10/6/2007
 
Anyone but Hillary 08
Answered By: Elizzabeth - 10/6/2007
 
That's all the past stuff - there are plenty of CURRENT reasons to not vote for the socialist witch!
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Answered By: amnesty sucks - 10/6/2007
 
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