So yea people do care about Hillary's email issues

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton violated federal records rules through her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, a State Department audit has concluded.

    “At a minimum, Secretary Clinton should have surrendered all emails dealing with Department issues before leaving government service,” says an audit by the State Department Inspector General, obtained by NBC News.

    “Because she did not do so, she did not comply with the [State] Department’s policies that were implemented in accordance with the Federal Records Act.”

    http://christiannews.net/2016/05/25...ated-federal-rules-with-private-email-server/
     
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    Nobody cares except far right radicals who had to come up with something to try and weaken her Presidential run just like they did with Benghazi.

    It's kinda pathetic.

    The GOP is running Donald Trump and you think folks really give a hoot about Hillary's emails.:rolleyes:
    If you keep at it, I'm sure you'll convince yourself that you've found a bright spot in the GOP meltdown.
     
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    Let's see who cares:

    1. The FBI is involved in an investigation over these emails.
    2. The Inspector General for the state Dept. just concluded its investigation and determined that Hillary illegally handled State Dept. Documents.
    3. Many news sources such as the BBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News, Wall Street Journal, the NY Post etc all have reported on the issue.

    So yea people besides the so called far right do care.
     
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    Investigating because of GOP witchhunt just like Benghazi. Nobody with good sense cares about her emails. We do however care about the millions in taxpayer dollars wasted because of the GOP witchhunt.

    So what? Nobody cares except you and the folks in the GOP who are trying to embarrass her so that it hurts her Presidential run. You might as well just admit it because the whole thing is one big waste of time investigating what every other SOS did.

    They reported on Benghazi too. They reported on a stained blue dress too. Nobody cares except the folks who are trying to embarrass her.

    Naah. It's pretty much in the news because your far right radicals are still grasping for straws hoping that it'll keep her out of the White House.

    Shame the devil and tell the truth for once.
     
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    Zaac, it's nice that you don't care about "trivial details." I think I'll employ your philosophy to the care of my rabbit hutches. 'Cause, ya know, rabbit poop pellets are little, insignificant "trivial details."

    How long you think I can go without cleaning the cages?
     
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    Quite a while. They eventually eat it.
     
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    So we have someone who rails against Christians for voting for someone who denies Christ but is willing to quote a Muslim like Malcom X who himself denied Christ, believed in black supremacy and was mentored by those who called for the destruction of all whites.

    I suppose I could call that irony but there is a much stronger word for it.
     
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    Not in my experience of raising rabbits. As long as you're still feeding them, why would they eat their own pellets?
     
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    Now go back and watch the end of the movie.

    You can call it whatever you want. Some would call it ironic that a Muslim who rejected Christ could so eloquently call out the motives of a man in 2016 who calls himself a rev.:eek:
     
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    Because it's what rabbits do when you don't clean up after them. Certain amounts are actually supposed to be good for them.
     
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    If this will embarrass and hurt her, or her party, go for it. We've had Watergate, Iran/Contra, and others pushed for the same reason.
     
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    You got a link where the Inspector General's office said that Hillary "illegally handled" documents?

    Here's what the IG actually said:
    The inspector general, in a long awaited review obtained Wednesday by The Washington Post in advance of its publication, found that Clinton’s use of private email for public business was “not an appropriate method” of preserving documents and that her practices failed to comply with department policies meant to ensure that federal record laws are followed.

    So if you've got access to a report where they use the word "illegal", I'd like to see it.
     
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    I care, and no matter what the cost to the tax-payer I want the investigation to continue on.

    I am a veteran and was stationed on the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS) a line of watchdog isolated stations which went from New York to Thule Greenland and I personally handled and archived highly classified documents (yes there were computers back then, analog not digital but computers nonetheless).

    Had I done what Ms Clinton has been accused of and stored crypto information on unauthorized devices,
    I would have been drummed out of the Air Force for Gross and Negligent Incompetence, stripped of rank and received a Bad Conduct discharge.

    Hillary Clinton needs either to be found guilty or exonerated of these acts of incompetence.

    Even if she is innocent of negligent incompetence she should recuse herself from the presidential race until she is vindicated.

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    You wish.
     
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    This guy just makes up [edited].
     
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    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/26/us/politics/hillary-clinton-emails-campaign-trust.html


    Emails Add to Hillary Clinton’s Central Problem: Voters Just Don’t Trust Her


    For more than a year, Hillary Clinton has traveled the country talking to voters about her policy plans. She vowed to improve infrastructure in her first 100 days in office, promised to increase funding for Alzheimer’s research and proposed a $10 billion plan to combat drug and alcohol addiction.

    But as the Democratic primary contest comes to a close, any hopes Mrs. Clinton had of running a high-minded, policy-focused campaign have collided with a more visceral problem.

    Voters just don’t trust her.


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    When asked if Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Trump are “honest and trustworthy,” 64 percent of registered voters replied “no,” according to a recent New York Times-CBS News poll. Ask voters why they don’t trust Mrs. Clinton, and again and again they will answer with a single word: Emails.
     

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