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Featured After Trump Becomes President Should Hillary Be Given Amnesty?

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Benjamin, Oct 10, 2016.

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  1. She might have been wrong, but just put an end to it, no jail time.

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  2. Lock her up and throw away the key!

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  3. Let her be convicted, maybe do a couple weeks, then grace and let her go be a grandma.

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  1. Benjamin

    Benjamin Well-Known Member
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    It seems the threat of Hillary going to jail could become an important matter to consider. Such as, how would look to the world if we are throwing our ex-presidential candidates/ex-first lady in jail?
     
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    10 to 20 max security prison....banana republics would put her against a wall....alas:Wink
     
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    If Trump is elected, we will have much bigger problems than Hillary Clinton.

    Prepare for him to crack down on everyone who disagrees with him.
     
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    We should not be so worried what the world thinks - we need to assure Americians that criminal acts are not acceptable - and that includes Presidential candidates.
     
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    Obama will pardon her as he leaves on his lame duck flight out of Washington DC.

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    Oh please. That would have landed the majority of our Presidential candidates from the 20th and 21st centuries ineligible.

    We all know that there are exceptions made for senators and congressmen and other elected officials when our congress to enforcing the law.

    It's why so many go into public service poor and come out multimillionaires.

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    No, she will never be able to be charged, even if she loses, because Obama will pardon her by the day before he finally leaves office. It will cause an uproar but Democrats don't care about that.
     
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    In order to pardon her she would have to be prosecuted already wouldn't she? Trump was talking about appointing a special prosecutor after he takes office and Obama will no longer have that power..
     
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    Not necessarily, think of Ford's pardon of Nixon.
     
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    On September 8, 1974, Gerald Ford gave Nixon a full and unconditional pardon for any crimes he may have committed while President. Ford explained that he felt the pardon was in the best interests of the country and that the Nixon family's situation "is an American tragedy in which we all have played a part. It could go on and on and on, or someone must write the end to it. I have concluded that only I can do that, and if I can, I must."— Excerpted fromGerald Fordon Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Bold is Saltys emphasis)

    Link to Proclamation number 4311
     
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    I'm not sure. He may be able to issue a kind of de facto pardon or a conditional pardon in the event that an indictment becomes a reality.

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    Being that he is agreement with and for the people I can hardly wait! Hope he starts with cracking down on the stinking turncoat Republican establishment DO-NOTHING elitist career politicians who are acting holier than thou and that are working against him a month before the election! I hope he mops the floor with a good percentage of them and gives them a boot out the door!!
     
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    Agreed, he is good at saying - you're fired!

    Good riddance to those whose only effort is collecting their paycheck.

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    She already am nesty; doesn't need to be given it.
     
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    Clever :)

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    Yeah, you don't want anyone in power who opposes sexual assault on women. You know all women secretly want to get groped and hit on by celebrities. Ted Kennedy would have enjoyed the new Republican Party.

    You certainly don't want people in your party who love their country over personal gain and possess the moral ability to think for themselves instead of kneeling to the tyrant.
     
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    You mean our new queen we will coronate January 2017?

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    But laughing with a rapist who gets off is ok? (remember the victim was only 12.

    He gets off scott free :Mad
    She gets Life.:Cry
     
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    Oh please tell us what she was laughing about. Is that a new crime? Y'all seem to only be okay with the law when it gives you the result you want. Otherwise, y'all start coming up with these halfbaked conspiracy theories to try and support what you think is the truth. does Alex Jones have a school now?

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    Attorneys represent people accused of crimes. Their job is to be an advocate for the accused. If someone is not properly prosecuted and a jury is not convinced by a preponderance of the evidence, then a guilty person may walk free.

    What was she laughing about? I don't know. Do you?
     
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