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  1. #1
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    so I guess Bill Clinton's legacy is over eh?

    since the Democrats have no moral standing they tell us about the grave dangers of NOT voting for them with the Cult of the Economy.

    unless we release our loyalty to our wacky religion were not going to have jobs, which is what really matters the most.

    every economist that i've seen claims our so-called "recession" is due the repeal of the Glass-Seagalman Act
    (more importantly the repeal of the bucket shop laws, 1907)

    pushed by Bill Clinton , blame escaping Alan Greenspan,and a Republican 106th Congress.

    so I guess ol' Bill Clinton's legacy of being the great economic president is over.
    i can't see how anyone can possibly justify him as a great economist now that he's caused what the Democrats call the worse recession since the Great Depression

    i wonder how history will view his presidency, now, up until the time the Chinese drop nuks on us.( which Bill Clinton made possible)

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    The ONLY thing I will remember him for is BLOWJOB ! ! !
    Those who dance, appear insane to those who do not hear the music.
    Those who believe, appear ignorant to those who do not know God.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cehs View Post
    The ONLY thing I will remember him for is BLOWJOB ! ! !
    You and the rest of the planet. Wolfstrike is one of about 78 people alive today that still remember the China Connection.

    Exactly according to plan.
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