OK....that's my take....but as you flame away, ask yourself, seriously, where I'm wrong in my logic...
I'd never dream of flaming you! But I think your crystal ball is fuzzy. For me, I see the Clintons as the kind of people who inspire loyalty out of fear (FBI files, anyone?) The best judge of a person is to see the kind of people they hang around with. And the Clintons sure as heck hang around with a lot of convicted scum.
None of their "supporters" are supporters because they love the Clintons, they're supporters because they're looking for weaknesses, waiting to pounce. Because they're afraid of their dirty linen being hung out for every one to see.
As time goes on, there will be found a Democrat that "appears" to have all the charm, charisma of an old time Democrat the and the DNC will support this candidate, deliberating encouraging the wrath of the Clintons, because this candidate will be the only one to bring the Clintons down. Oh, and this candidate will not have an FBI file. This candidate will be a future person, with little public experience. He won't win, but he will finally rid us of this Clinton pestilence.
Love your Freeper handle....the show was great, and Mrs. peeel could sure kick ass...re your comments about the dems and the Clintons.....the Dem party sold its soul to the Clinton long ago..it will take an excommunication to remove the stigma of the Clintons from the Dem party....just consider..remember, after the House voted to impeach..all the Dems bussed over to the WH, and they had that huge public ass-kissing of Bill, with Gore proclaiming him the greatest president ever...well, if they'd done the right thing, and called for Bubba to quit..Gore would be president today, and the dems might control both houses of congress....and that's a really scary scenario, isn't it....makes you realize that God really loves this blessed country, he just has a curious way of accomplishing what he wants, eh?
posted on 06/20/2003 7:27:45 AM PDT
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