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Old 03-16-2008, 07:52 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by boont View Post
An open letter to Arc,

It's funny how you neglect to mention what Kenneth Starrs' investigation about this, at the time, two decade old accusation came to.

Maybe you think that Star's investigation was not long enough or thorough enough, but "FBI agents working for the Office of Independent Council eventually deemed evidence concerning Broaddrick's terrible accusation to be "inconclusive."

But you claim to have other knowledge. Knowledge beyond that of the FBI. So please enlighten us.

What factual evidence do you have? Maybe Kenith Star went easy on Clinton. Is that what you think?

I thought I was clear in saying that only Juanita and Bill only know for sure. Not sure how that is a "claim to have other knowledge."

I'll leave you with this though - One of these two lied under oath about sexual activity and one didn't. Who do you want me to believe?

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Old 03-16-2008, 08:42 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by boont View Post
As Truman said, "The only thing new in the world is the history you forgot."
Oh, I love this quote.


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Old 03-17-2008, 07:15 AM   #43
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Conservatives believe two basic things are important for keeping America strong: morality and responsibility. Therefore, conservatives often support government policies that promote moral behavior - like abstinence education - and that encourage responsible behavior - like lowering taxes on people who work hard and are financially successful.

Conservatives believe Americans should help each other, but that society should not look to the government to solve all of its problems. Conservatives see the government as big and wasteful, and government programs too often reward immoral or irresponsible behavior. Conservatives believe that the government should keep a tight budget, and government programs - if they exist at all - should help people get strong and independent so that they do not need further government assistance.

To be blunt, conservative thinkers often believe that there is a right and wrong answer in most situations, while more liberal thinkers see a lot of grey in most situations.
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Old 05-04-2008, 12:18 PM   #44
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As for Obama, anyone who won't say the Pledge of Allegiance or even wear a flag lapel pin can't be trusted to lead the greatest nation on earth.
Reminds me of the following sentence in Paul Fussell's book Class: A Guide Through the American Status System (1983), p.65: "Jewelry is another instant class-lower, like the enamaled little Old Glory lapel pins worn by the insane and by cynical politicians working backward districts."

Only in "the greatest nation on earth" would reluctance to wear a silly pin become a campaign issue.

"If at any times we must deal in extremes, then we prefer the quiet, good-natured hypocrite to the implacable, turbulent zealot of any kind. In plain terms, we are not so fond of any set of notions, as to think them more important than the peace of society". John Toland, The Description of Epsom (1711)
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