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Posted 3/4/16

SylveonLuna wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

This is Hillary-ous.


Looks like you're pulling out your trump card for this forum PV


You're just Cruz-ing for trouble aren't you? You're as bigot-Ted as Cruz.
Posted 3/4/16
I actually would like to see Clinton in jail trying to survive by trading his jazz entertainment sessions for some cigarettes. Hilary wouldn't understand that hard-boiled kinda life.
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Posted 3/4/16

bethos30 wrote:

I actually would like to see Clinton in jail trying to survive by trading his jizz entertainment sessions for some cigarettes. Hilary wouldn't understand that hard-boiled kinda life.


You made a typo, fixed it for you.
Posted 3/4/16

Rujikin wrote:


bethos30 wrote:

I actually would like to see Clinton in jail trying to survive by trading his jizz entertainment sessions for some cigarettes. Hilary wouldn't understand that hard-boiled kinda life.


You made a typo, fixed it for you.


Nice, thank you good sir!
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Posted 3/4/16

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Very small chance he will get punished, and if he does, he will get a slap on the wrist.


It's more likely a fine, but, like his last offense, those most interested in seeing him punished for it are disappointed he won't be getting a firing squad at dawn.

Apparently, we're now looking for his Irish birth certificate...


Thats what I meant by a slap on the wrist. Like the former president of the united states couldn't afford a measly fine?
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Posted 3/4/16
B-but then we wouldn't have...
Posted 3/4/16

FruitPunchSamurai987 wrote:

B-but then we wouldn't have...


Thanks Fruitpunch, you made me smile.
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Posted 3/4/16
Yeah if this was normal citizen we would be getting the book thrown at us.
I can't believe there is all this talk about Hillary getting indicted. What a joke its never going to happen.
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Posted 3/4/16
So these people honestly believe that a former president and the spouse of the democratic front-runner traveling to multiple polling stations just to talk to voters doesn't count as campaigning? That's got to be some kind of joke. If that's not campaigning, than what was Bill doing in all those places? Looking for a new intern?
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Posted 3/4/16
Arrest Hillary while they are at it. America allowing a war criminal to possibly become president shows how weak the country has become.
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Posted 3/4/16
american politicians actually getting arrested? don't make me laugh.
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Posted 3/4/16
Just realized I didn't give my own thoughts in my opening post. While I would like to see Bill arrested simply to lower the morale of Hillary's campaign I would personally be more worried it would give Sanders the edge. As for the chances of Bill actually getting arrested you have a better chance of winning the lottery than seeing an ex president arrested. As for online petitions themselves I never sign one regardless of the cause simply because they are ineffective.

Only reason I posted this was I found it interesting at how many news sites were reporting on it. Including more liberal news outlets along with the conservatives ones. If nothing else comes from this it will make for a good skit by snl.
http://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/02/more-than-45k-sign-petition-to-arrest-bill-clinton.html
http://www.inquisitr.com/2848799/bill-clinton-over-65000-call-for-his-arrest-after-alleged-super-tuesday-election-law-violations/
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/petition-calling-for-bill-clintons-arrest-approaches-90000-signatures-2016-03-03
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-35718582
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