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Hillary Clinton’s tweet isn’t going to solve her e-mail problem. Not even close.

Remember that the State Department doesn't HAVE all of Clinton's e-mails. They are held on her own private e-mail server. That's the problem. The 55,000 pages of e-mails she has turned over to State were selected by either Clinton or someone on her team.

As Clinton tweets and her former top communications aide at State feuds with reporters, the political problems surrounding her e-mail practices continue to mount. A special House committee dedicated to investigating the attacks of Sept. 11, 2012, in Benghazi, Libya, issued subpoenas Wednesday in search of more information about the e-mail address. The Associated Press is weighing legal action over the long delays in response to Freedom of Information Act requests regarding the Clinton records at State.

And it's likely to get worse for Clinton before it gets better.


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Again Boob Job Bob trashes me with NO mention of Killay's private email account being used during her tenior as Secretary of State of the United States!! Hum Hum

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Clinton wasn’t the first Secretary of State to make use of a personal email account – Colin Powell did the same thing during his tenure in the Bush/Cheney administration – but preservation rules have changed and Clinton apparently faced more stringent requirements...

Politically, (though), Republicans find themselves in an awkward position. The RNC issued a statement asking, “It all begs the question: what was Hillary Clinton trying to hide?”

Putting aside the misuse of “begs the question,” the Republican track record makes this a difficult question to ask.

Eight years ago, for example, the Bush/Cheney White House ran into trouble when its officials were found to have routinely ignored the Federal Records Act. Among others, Karl Rove, who was accused of widespread abuses, used private email accounts instead of official accounts to conduct administrative business. At the time, Republicans en masse said the controversy wasn’t important.

Three years ago we learned that Mitt Romney oversaw the purchase of 17 state-issued hard drives, and wiped clean computers and servers that contained electronic copies of emails from his gubernatorial office. Romney later admitted the move was intended to hide official correspondence from the public and keep potentially-embarrassing information under wraps in advance of his presidential campaign. During the 2012 race, Republicans said this didn’t matter, either.


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____Clinton wasn’t the first Secretary of State to make use of a personal email account – Colin Powell did the same thing during his tenure in the Bush/Cheney administration – but preservation rules have changed and Clinton apparently faced more stringent requirements...

Politically, (though), Republicans find themselves in an awkward position. The RNC issued a statement asking, “It all begs the question: what was Hillary Clinton trying to hide?”

Putting aside the misuse of “begs the question,” the Republican track record makes this a difficult question to ask.

Eight years ago, for example, the Bush/Cheney White House ran into trouble when its officials were found to have routinely ignored the Federal Records Act. Among others, Karl Rove, who was accused of widespread abuses, used private email accounts instead of official accounts to conduct administrative business. At the time, Republicans en masse said the controversy wasn’t important.

Three years ago we learned that Mitt Romney oversaw the purchase of 17 state-issued hard drives, and wiped clean computers and servers that contained electronic copies of emails from his gubernatorial office. Romney later admitted the move was intended to hide official correspondence from the public and keep potentially-embarrassing information under wraps in advance of his presidential campaign. During the 2012 race, Republicans said this didn’t matter, either.
 
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What we clowns have is a wh0le he11 of a lot better then the bullshyt you cut and paste!!


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bob H:
Clinton wasn’t the first Secretary of State to make use of a personal email account – Colin Powell did the same thing during his tenure in the Bush/Cheney administration – but preservation rules have changed and Clinton apparently faced more stringent requirements...



Eight years ago, for example, the Bush/Cheney White House ran into trouble when its officials were found to have routinely ignored the Federal Records Act. Among others, Karl Rove, who was accused of widespread abuses, used private email accounts instead of official accounts to conduct administrative business. At the time, Republicans en masse said the controversy wasn’t important.

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There is simply no way that, when Clinton decided to use her personal email address as Secretary of State, she was unaware of the national scandal that Bush officials had created by doing the same.

That she decided to use her personal address anyway showed a stunning disregard for governmental transparency requirements. Indeed, Clinton did not even bother with the empty gesture of using her official address for more formal business, as Bush officials did.

Perhaps even more stunning is that the Obama White House, whose top officials were presumably exchanging frequent emails with Clinton, apparently did not insist she adopt an official email account. At some point during Obama's first year, there must have been at least one senior official who dealt with the political fallout of Karl Rove using a personal address, then turned around and fired off an email to the personal address that Hillary Clinton used exclusively. That this continued for four years is baffling.

http://www.vox.com/2015/3/2/81.../clinton-emails-bush

The National Journal said, "Clinton and her aides, who almost certainly knew full well the political implications of conducting official business over a personal address because of a Bush administration scandal just before she was sworn in, decided to de-emphasize transparency.

http://www.nationaljournal.com...cal-problem-20150302

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell: Clinton Using Private Email ‘Stunning Breach of Security’

O’Donnell was just baffled at how the Secretary of State could be “using a not-secure, commercial email system” the entire time. He called it a “stunning breach of security and said, “If it’s true that she never used a State Department email address, we have something that, at first read, has no conceivable rational explanation to it that is legitimate.”

Not all on the left feel like you Bob.
 
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But the fact remains Bush, Powell, Cheney all did the same thing.

Where were you Clowns then?

Their e mails should be made public especially when they were spreading the lies of WOMD!!!!!!
 
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Putting aside the misuse of “begs the question,” the Republican track record makes this a difficult question to ask. Eight years ago, for example, the Bush/Cheney White House ran into trouble when its officials were found to have routinely ignored the Federal Records Act. Among others, Karl Rove, who was accused of widespread abuses, used private email accounts instead of official accounts to conduct administrative business. At the time, Republicans en masse said the controversy wasn’t important.

Three years ago we learned that Mitt Romney oversaw the purchase of 17 state-issued hard drives, and wiped clean computers and servers that contained electronic copies of emails from his gubernatorial office. Romney later admitted the move was intended to hide official correspondence from the public and keep potentially-embarrassing information under wraps in advance of his presidential campaign. During the 2012 race, Republicans said this didn’t matter, either.


You rupubs should be policing yourselves.

Hypocrisy at its highest....................
 
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Just for RETARD #!!!!!!

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But the fact remains Bush, Powell, Cheney all did the same thing.

Where were you Clowns then?

Their e mails should be made public especially when they were spreading the lies of WOMD!!!!!!




Vox's Max Fisher points out that when Mrs Clinton took the State Department portfolio in 2009, several high-level Bush administration officials - including White House advisor Karl Rove - were under fire for conducting official business on personal email accounts using Republican Party-issued laptop computers.

"There is simply no way that, when Clinton decided to use her personal email address as secretary of state, she was unaware of the national scandal that Bush officials had created by doing the same," he writes.

Blogger John Cole says Mrs Clinton has made another "unforced error" that calls into question the competency of her nascent campaign.

"Not only is it not secure and a breach of that protocol, but since she will never turn over her full personal email, now she fuels speculation that she is withholding emails," he writes. "Just idiocy."



If this story - combined with other recent unflattering news, such as questions over foreign donations to her non-profit foundation - begin to take a toll on her popularity, however, that ground can shift quickly. Democrats soon may realize a nomination race that is, in effect, a coronation is a risky endeavor.

Cole himself calls for other candidates to "come forward to challenge her".
 
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Democrats'& Bob's only choice? Defend Hillary Clinton

Democrats & Bob don't actually have the luxury of standing by and seeing how this all plays out. Hillary Clinton is their candidate; their putative nominee. Over the past six years, there's been a sharp structural decline of elected Democrats everywhere below the presidential level. Sure, we all know about how the Republicans regained control of the Senate in 2014, but what about the fact that blue-state governors fell like tent poles? Or that GOP governors now outnumber the Democrats by almost two-to-one, 31 to 18. Or that Republicans have complete control of nearly three times as many state legislatures as the Democrats, 30 to 11. And down the ballot, Democrats under Obama have lost more than 900 state legislative seats: the worst showing of any modern president. That's eye-popping.


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You didn't make a bet with Boob did you???

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Let's not lose sight of the fact that she was the OVER WHELMING choice of the FLEEBAGGERS 20 months before the 2008 election!!!!!
Then along came a queer, half-breed ,illegal alien that robbed her of her self-annointed birth right!!!!!


Just saw a picture in the left-wing lame stream moron media today of United States Army personnel uncovering more chemical weapons in Iraq!!!!!
The Department of Defense has kept the continuing discovery of these WOMD secret!!!!!
I WONDER WHY?????????????????????????????????????????????[/QUOTE]


TAKE IT TO THE BANK!!!!!
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MIAMI (Reuters) - Former U.S. president Bill Clinton on Saturday defended donations his family's charity receives from foreign governments after renewed criticism that they would create conflicts of interest should his wife, Hillary Clinton, run for president.

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Clinton loses ground against GOP in hypothetical 2016 matchups

Hillary Clinton’s troubles are costing her politically, as potential Republican presidential rivals have inched closer to her in 2016 matchups, a new McClatchy-Marist poll found Friday.

The former secretary of state fell below the crucial 50 percent level of support in one-on-one matchups against Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker, and she was barely above that benchmark against Rand Paul, Rick Perry and Ted Cruz.

None have formally declared themselves candidates yet.




Clinton led Walker, who’s vaulted into the top tier of possible Republican contenders in recent weeks, by 48 to 44 percent. While Clinton won among moderates and liberals, Walker had a 70-26 percent advantage with conservatives.



Experts consider a drop below 50 percent a danger sign for well-known candidates. It suggests that more than half the electorate has judged them and is looking elsewhere. While the Republican candidates aren’t well known, and it’s very early in the nominating process, there appears to be an opening for a credible challenge to Clinton.


http://www.democraticundergrou...ss=10026325835#post1


 
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Voters May View Hillary as Hypocrite on Women’s Rights Because Clinton Foundation Took Millions from Repressive Regimes
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The Clinton Foundation Scandal and Hillary’s Secret Email Scandal Are One and the Same
National Journal:

‘Months and Months’ of ‘Huge’ Gaps In Hillary Emails
Gowdy:



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Hillary Took No Questions at Foundation Event; Teleprompters Used for ‘Informal Conversations’
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The Benghazi queenie has scheduled a news conference about her illegal E-mail account!
The question for you Benghazi queenie adorers is will the lesbo liar felon utter even one sentence that has some truth in it?????


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It should be world-class. The laws are clear and she knew exactly what she was doing. The laws simply don't apply to her, she needs the flexibility to protect the stupid voters. And that's the truth!


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