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    Not to mention getting away with murder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    Not to mention getting away with murder.
    Yeah, the Democrats seem to have a monopoly on that. LBJ was accused of that back while he was in Texas and I'm not talking about the Kennedy assination. He was very underhanded. Bill Sol Estes testified in 1984 after LBJ was dead the following:

    He recounted the whole ugly picture - from the millions he had funnelled into Johnson's secret slush fund, to the illegal cotton allotment scheme, to the murder of Henry Marshall. Estes testified that Lyndon Johnson, Cliff Carter, Malcolm Wallace and himself met several times to discuss the issue of the "loose cannon" - Henry Marshall. Marshall had refused a LBJ-arranged promotion to Washington headquarters, and it was feared that he was about to talk. Johnson, according to Estes finally said, "Get rid of him," and Malcolm "Mac" Wallace was given the assignment. According to testimony, Wallace followed Marshall to a remote area of his farm and beat him nearly unconscious. Then while trying to asphyxiate him with exhaust from Marshall's pickup truck, Wallace thought he heard someone approaching the scene, and hastily grabbed a rifle which customarily rested in the window rack of the truck. Quickly pumping five shots into Marshall's body, Wallace fled the scene. Suicide.
    That 1984 grand jury testimony accomplished only one official action. Marshall's death certificate was finally changed to read: "Cause of death - murder by gunshot." All of the guilty participants were dead - Johnson, Carter and Wallace. The only one left was Estes, and the U. S. Justice Department, getting wind of the Robertson grand jury testimony, wanted to talk to him. A letter was sent to Estes, requesting a meeting with him to discuss the provocative charges he had made. Estes enlisted the legal services of Douglas Caddy to represent him in the matter. Caddy then wrote a letter to the Justice Department asking for the protection of immunity, among other things for his client. In his letter, Caddy outlined far more than the Justice Dept. had bargained for. In addition to the crimes Estes had testified to for the Robertson County grand jury, Estes listed seven more murders directly linked to Lyndon Johnson, one of them being that of President John F. Kennedy; and all of them at the hand of Malcolm Wallace.

    http://home.earthlink.net/~sixthfloor/estes.htm

    Oh here is a link on the dark side of the Hillary Clinton also. Check it out
    http://www.stewwebb.com/Hillary_Clin...ch_27_2007.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by glennac View Post

    Oh here is a link on the dark side of the Hillary Clinton also. Check it out
    http://www.stewwebb.com/Hillary_Clin...ch_27_2007.htm
    Sorta like the Jim Jones debacle, only in slow motion.
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    The Obama folks might do well to watch their Barack... Like Josie Wales...(paraphrasing)...(Josie)..."People I like don't seem to live too long,"...(Indian)... "I notice people you don't like, don't seem to live too long either"....
    Tough times don't last...Tough people do.

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    I heard Rush Limbaugh was telling his sheep to vote for Hillary. That has to be the stupidest thing I ever heard of. That would just keep her in the race and even give her better odds to win. What ever happened to voting for the candidate you wanted to win. Everyone wants to play the politics game.
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    Apparently, he thinks McCain can beat Hilary but not Barak. I tend to agree. Hillary has ticked off a huge majority of the nation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bootlen View Post
    Apparently, he thinks McCain can beat Hilary but not Barak. I tend to agree. Hillary has ticked off a huge majority of the nation.
    Why would you even want to take that chance? What if there are just enough wackos in the world to vote her in? Wouldn't that be a foolish mistake.
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    The longer the hildabeast is in it, the more she and Obama will duke it out.... politics is a spectator sport also. Take a chance on what? They're both socialists, who's worse, Stalin or Mussolini??
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    Personnaly I don't like any of the candidates in either party but my god not Hillary. Way to go Texas, must be a ton of Hillary lovers in that state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pabull View Post
    Hardly "out of the ordinary" for Dimocrats.
    and, those 'Re-pubic-ans' just like to stick with the bathroom stall action, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac_superman View Post
    Why would you even want to take that chance? What if there are just enough wackos in the world to vote her in? Wouldn't that be a foolish mistake.
    Lemme see. Barak...Hillary. Hillary...Barak.

    I wouldn't want either one for dog datcher, never mind POTUS. The longer they're both potential Primary winners, the more money they spend and the stupider they look, although I wouldn't have thought either one could look as stupid as they do.

    Besides, it's fun to watch.
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