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Peter R.

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Vanaf 10.30 schandalig omgegaan met mensen die de reizen verzorgde voor regering, sowieso zijn er veel schandalen tijdens haar periode als first lady. Vanaf 20.30 hoe ze o.a. IRS als methode gebruiken om (politieke) tegenstanders uit te schakelen. Vanaf 21.50 hoe ze vrouwen aanpakken die Bill wilden aanklagen. Vanaf 27.00 over gelden die ze aannemen (b.v China). Vanaf 29.30 campagne fraude met vanaf 32.40 tape en papieren. 38.30 leugendetector test met grootste geldschieter van Clinton. Vanaf 42.40 haar 'ervaring' en 'resultaten'. 46.40 meer loze beloften. 52.40 uitspraken en tegenstrijdigheden. 1:00:46 over Bin Laden, kwalificaties van Hillaryen de film 'path to 9/11' welke Clinton wilde verbieden. 1:07:05 'Smoking Gun'. Papieren die door Nationale Veiligheidsadviseur van Clinton uit archieven gestolen waren en vernietigd zijn waarin o.a. gestaan zou hebben hoe Sudan Bin Laden wilde overdragen. Deze adviseur werd ontslagen. Is nu weer werkzaam voor Hillary :roflol: 1:11:10 Ondanks informatie die na drie jaar van de Clinton regering vrij kan worden gegeven, is er minder dan 1% vrijgegeven. 1:13:00 Clinton tekende op laatste dag van presidentschap 140 keer een pardon voor gevangenen. FALN terroristen kwamen ook ineens vrij, die gunstig konden uitpakken voor Hillary. Puur politieke agenda.
 

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Zal me niks verbazen als zij achter het bombardement zat op de farmaceutische fabriek in Sudan als afleiding van de schandalen omtrent haar man.

Snap echt niet dat mensen haar nog verkiezen boven iemand die alleen een grote smoel heeft. Doet me beetje denken aan de volgelingen van Bouterse.
 
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Er zijn mensen, niet de minste, die zeggen dat ieder ander in de politiek gevangenisstraf had gekregen. Sterker nog, er zijn velen die voor minder straf hebben gehad. En dat gaat over gedragingen die ze heeft kunnen plegen in posities dat ze minder macht had als een potus, dit maakt die mensen zorgelijk. Want wie weet waartoe ze in staat is als ze potus macht zou hebben.
 

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Wauw wat een gelijkenissen en dan zijn ze ook nog vergeten dat ze beide mannen zijn!
 

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Wikileaks have the emails that'll put Hillary in Prison

16:05 Demoniseren van Bernie
 

Peter R.

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Haha beeldvorming he, komt niet sterk over.


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Chris Rosenberg

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Maakt niks uit. Zeggen de Trump haters. Alles beter dan die patjepeeër.
 

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Over Bill Clinton gesproken, zelfs zijn broer is corrupt. De best man nam geld aan van Rosario Gambino om Bill te beïnvloeden. :roflol:
New Questions About Roger Clinton's Slippery Schemes

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Call him the brother who couldn't shoot straight. While Bill Clinton ran the nation for eight years, his half brother, Roger, lived in Bill's shadow. Now Roger is sweating under the hot lights as questions pile up about whether he had a role in an outrageous array of slippery and ill-fated schemes ranging from Mafioso pardons to Chinese scooter imports to Venezuelan coal mines. Though he always seemed to be the slacker Clinton, Roger now appears to have been a very busy man after all.

For Clinton investigators, Roger is the gift that keeps on giving. Last week, the House Government Reform Committee wrote him asking about his role in clemency pleas made by six convicted felons, including Rosario Gambino, a jailed New Jersey restaurateur reputed to be a soldier in the Gambino crime family. Committee documents show that Rosario Gambino's daughter wrote a $50,000 check to one of Roger Clinton's companies in September, 1999, some months after Roger sought leniency from the U.S. Parole Commission for Rosario, who is serving a 45-year sentence for heroin trafficking.

More than a year ago, sources told TIME, the FBI learned of Clinton's efforts with the parole board. Suspicious of his motives, agents wanted to set up a sting operation. Members of the Clinton-appointed Parole Commission are said to have asked Justice Department officials to nix the FBI probe. The Department refused, but that investigation petered out anyway.

In Bill Clinton's final days in office last January, a White House lawyer included Rosario Gambino on a list of pardon candidates to be screened by the Justice Department, documents show. No pardon was granted. But at least Gambino — the former owner of Valentino's Supper Club of Garden City, N.J. — seems to have been considered for a pardon. The White House Counsel's office included Gambino's name on a list of pardoned candidates to be sent to the DOJ for criminal background checks. That's more than a handful of other convicts whose lawyers or relatives sought help from Roger Clinton got out of their deals.

One of them was J.T. Lundy, former head of the famous Calumet Farms who was sentenced last year to 4 1/2 years in prison for bank fraud. Lundy had given Roger Clinton a job at his Kentucky race horse stud farm after Clinton served a prison term in the 1980s for dealing cocaine. By late 1999, Lundy began asking Clinton for help — even before his trial began. Sources told TIME he suggested Roger try to help delay legal action until the final days of the Clinton presidency, a time in which presidents usually grant pardons.

Lundy offered to reward Roger Clinton with stock in a Venezuelan coal deal, sources told TIME. To protect Clinton from discovery of the payment and assure it remained tax free, the sources said, Lundy suggested to Clinton in November, 1999 that Lundy would transfer the stock to a mutual friend, Dan R. Lasater, a Little Rock financier who was convicted in the mid-1980s for buying drugs from Roger Clinton. The House committee has obtained records showing that Clinton deposited in his bank $100,000 in travelers checks on Nov. 30, 1999, with some of the checks purchased in Venezuela.

Lundy's lawyer, David McGee, told TIME his client had no Venezuelan coal interests to transfer. But a source close to Lundy said a group of his friends from Kentucky did, and Lundy hoped they would facilitate a deal with the president's brother. Roger Clinton's lawyer, Bart Williams, said his client never received payment from Lundy and never recommended him for a pardon. Lasater refused comment.

As the days of the Clinton presidency dwindled, Roger Clinton was in great demand by pardon seekers. Lawyers for two of them shipped documents to Roger Clinton at the White House in care of the usher's office, sources said. Neither of them received clemency.

The House committee is not the only investigative body interested in Roger Clinton and pardons. The office of U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White is examining allegations by a Texas family that they paid two associates of Roger Clinton, George Locke and Dickey Morton, more than $200,000 in late 1998 to have Roger secure a pardon for a relative. Business sources say White also is focusing on a firm, CLM — for Clinton, Locke & Morton — and the activities of Locke and Morton. Sources said they invoked Roger Clinton's name to line up investors for a scheme to import wallboard, scooters and other products from China. Their pitch: Roger is "the president's man in China," two sources told TIME. Locke and Morton have claimed their Fifth Amendment right not to talk to investigators.

A California businessman, Davey Crockett (distantly related to the frontiersman, he says), took the pair to China in 1999 to set up a wallboard exporting business. When they had trouble making connections there, they called Roger Clinton on more than one occasion hoping he could open doors for them, sources said; Clinton was supposed to join them but in the end didn't show up.

Roger Clinton's lawyer, Bart Williams, said that his client "has never received any money in connection with a pardon request," though he has received funds from people who have separately asked such favors. Clinton recommended six people for pardons, all of whom were denied, Williams noted.

Roger may be keeping up the Clinton tradition of ethical vagaries. But it's not clear that any of his activities are illegal. That was the conclusion of a high-level Justice Department meeting late last year involving Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder, independent counsel Robert Ray, and top FBI officials, sources told TIME. They'd been investigating various allegations about the trouble-prone half brother, but concluded that there wasn't enough evidence to proceed. Justice Department officials told the FBI to feel free to present new material if it turned up.
 
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Geüpload op 7 dec. 2009

 

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Obama is dan ook een mooiprater. Nobelprijs :roflol: Een gotspe.
 

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Je komt ver met een beetje charisma, alwaar W. Bush er dus geen had.
 

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Je zou van minder radicaal worden.
 

Peter R.

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Nou ja Bush was ook een oorlogszuchtige gek.
 

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Nou ja Bush was ook een oorlogszuchtige gek.

Obama keurde meer geheime missies goed, tijdens zijn eerste vier jaar als president, dan W. Bush in 8 jaar. Obama trok daaropvolgend het Amerikaanse leger terug uit Irak. Waardoor binnen x aantal tijd IS het achtergelaten machtsvacuüm met veel plezier opvulde.
 
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Obama keurde meer geheime missies goed, in 4 jaar, dan W. Bush in 8 jaar.
Ja klopt zo zijn er nog meer statistieken die in het voordeel (nadeel) voor Obama uitvallen. Maar Bush is toch een aantal dubieuze oorlogen gestart. Denk aan dat hele geknutselde verhaal van massavernietigingswapens.

En dat het zo een zooitje geworden is in Irak heeft deels ook te maken met laconieke houding van Amerika met betrekking tot de neergezette president. Die ging veel mensen oppakken waarvan hij vond dat ze tegen zijn regime waren. Is Amerika meerdere keren voor gewaarschuwd dat het niet goed zou blijven gaan, maar Obama vond dat hij daar zich daar beter niet meer mee kon bemoeien.
 

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