The Hypocrisy of Hillary?

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Your View On Hillary's Advice to Anthony Wiener?

  1. She should have set the example with Bill!

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  2. She has NO room to give this advice!

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  3. She is allowed by the Constititution to say what she wants!

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  4. Her advice is nothing more then hypocrisy, considering her own husband and marriage!

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  5. Wiener should step down, regardless of her advice!

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  6. Hillary is only trying to protect her party!

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  7. Hillary's hypocrisy will be at issue if she runs in 2016...

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  8. I see no problem with her suggestion!

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  9. Her is my view and opinion of this recent comment!

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  10. Her involvement with Benghazi & Bills infidelity, puts her on a moral tightrope

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  1. righteousdude2

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    The hypocrisy of those who have no real right to cast stones never ceases to amaze me!?!

    In a comment from Hillary Clinton regarding the Anthony Weiner fiasco in NYC, she suggests that he "Shrivel up and leave the race!"

    This coming from the former First Lady of the President, her husband, who committed adultary when he personally had sexual liaisons in the Oval Office of our Nations White House, the house of the people [its taxpayers].

    And this escapde doesn't include Bill's interludes with Paula Jones, and others. Hillary is free to give advice, but, I'd think her words [advice] would be morally accepted had she taken her own advice and walked out on Bill!

    This is the advice she should have given to Bill, but didn't, so does she have room to cast stones or dispersion regarding Wieners sexual indiscretions? You be the judge!

    SEE: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...des-nyc-mayoral-hopeful-run-article-1.1411307
     
  2. Salty

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    So why didn't she leave Bill?
    If she did, it would have been harder for her to get elected to the Senate
     
  3. pinoybaptist

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    walk out on her husband ?
    excuse my ignorance, gentlemen, but should this kind of advice be coming out of Christians' mouths, even assuming the advice is to one who may or may not be a sister-in-Christ ?
    for the record, I will not and will never vote for Hillary Clinton, or MOST democrats of her stripe, but, her having stayed on with her husband was one thing she did which I took my hat off to her for.
    And I don't care if it was for political ambitions.
    That's not anything anyone can be sure of.
     
  4. Mexdeaf

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    Look in the dictionary for the definition of "marriage for convenience" - there's a picture of the Clinton's there.
     
  5. InTheLight

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    She should have moved the topic to Current Events/News.
     
  6. Ed B

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    As far as I know Hillary has not committed adultery. We all know her husband did. I do not feel qualified to project Bill's sins onto Hillary. I am no Hillary fan and will never vote for her but maintaining her marriage and dealing with the public humiliation regardless of her motive was at least to some degree honorable.
     
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    While I do agree with this, is it wrong to question the motive behind her doing so? If it is, then I am wrong to do so.
     
  8. HankD

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    She was once a Republican and helped Barry Goldwater in his presidential campaign.

    http://www.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2007/11/04/im_with_barry/?page=full

    HankD
     
    #8 HankD, Aug 3, 2013
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  9. Revmitchell

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    Why is this in the Baptist section and not news and current events?
     
  10. righteousdude2

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    Because it addresses a sin?

    hypocrisy is a sin, and it is coming froma leader. While it is newworty, Rev, it is an issue of morality, and I thought morals and values were discussed in this section!
     

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