posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 03:49 PM
I'm thinking the country has more pressing issues to be solved than pondering on what went on in Bill's bedroom 15 years ago,
Senator. How about fixing this joke of a economy comes to mind as a problem..
You have a valid point.
Not that it is irrelevant what took place 15 years ago by the then POTUS.
However, if anyone is thinking that The Clintons can help this country
and the economy, well I would say that is another thing entirely.
Neo pointed out, it was Bill that was responsible for the repeal
that caused the bubble, that decimated the economy.
Of course, he regrets that now.
Like Hillary regrets Benghazi now.
Honestly, these are two of the most practiced lifetime politicians - Bill & Hillary
as to why anyone would think they have anything to offer to this country?
Hillary Clinton left office of Secretary of State under very suspicious circumstances.
Did we not learn having them in the White House once?
They hijacked the nation for over 6 years with all of the drama, the lies,
Vince Foster - Whitewater - TravelGate - Filegate - Lewinsky....
Clinton scandals actually reached such a pitch early in his first term that less than a year after taking office, Attorney General Janet Reno
appointed special prosecutor Robert B. Fiske Jr. to look into the Whitewater brouhaha. By August 1994, Fiske had been replaced by former George H.W.
Bush Solicitor General Ken Starr, who would go on to conduct such an elaborate array of investigations for the next five years that it flummoxed
Washington and ensnared a broad array of Clinton's Arkansas associates before finally, more than three years in, unearthing Monica Lewinsky and
prompting congressional impeachment proceedings.
edit on 7-2-2014 by burntheships because: spelling, format