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HILLARY!?? WHAT IS THIS MORIBUND LOSER DOING IN THE POLITICAL ARENA, ANYWAY? (bill's bud explains) via Free Republic ^ | I1.26.05 | Mia T

Posted on 11/26/2005 10:43:46 AM PST by Mia T

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To: Ditter
Did you try to phone home? bump ;)
21 posted on 11/26/2005 11:47:59 AM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: Mia T

She's preparing to be YOUR next President..
AND (jaws theme) shes very very hungry...
AND the american voteing public is very very dumb..(theme from the 3 stooges)
AND the Pubbies could care less about voter fraud...(theme from God Father)
AND wherever Hillary goes; so goes Bubba..(theme from Diddler on the Roof)..
AND American women are mostly Harpocrites(Oprah) whom loves Hillary..(theme from Jeopardy)..

It don't look good..

22 posted on 11/26/2005 11:48:14 AM PST by hosepipe (CAUTION: This propaganda is laced with hyperbole..)
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To: Mia T
What did the clinton's accomplish during their 8 years in our White House!

The only 'thing' that pops up, in my mind, is the balanced budget/deficit reduction .

Remember I want to mention only positive actions by the clintons.

Was it that the record tax hikes of 1993 that brought revenue to .... Well, spending was held down like for instance our defense spending. As records show a "steep plummet from 1992-2000, followed by an even steeper rise starting in 2001 that, as of 2004, still falls short of the 1992 level" (Stupid Budget Tricks)

Ok, I'm going to need help -- I can't really figure out what good was done during the clinton's 8 years in our House!!

23 posted on 11/26/2005 11:48:19 AM PST by malia (If only hillary's husband had tended to his job instead of 'counseling' young girls ..... if only..)
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To: Baynative
I'm not so sure about the cindy sheehan contingent....

the democrats are gonna get us killed (kerry, clinton + sandy berger's pants) series

by Mia T, 8.28.05

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24 posted on 11/26/2005 11:53:29 AM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: malia
The clinton years were about a legacy that was incidentally a presidency.

Once we understand that, then the clintons' 'accomplishments' are as self-evident as they are self-serving.

For example:

Yet privately few clintonites would deny that bill clinton facilitated China espionage. Their only question is why.

Some call clinton a quisling, a Manchurian Candidate, bought off in Little Rock by Riady and company decades ago (and much too cheaply, according to his Chinese benefactors), trading our national security for his political power. This argument is persuasive but incomplete; clinton, a certifiable megalomaniac, is driven ultimately by his solipsistic, messianic world view and by that which ultimately quashes all else -- his toxic legacy.

William J. Broad suggests (Spying Isn't the Only Way to Learn About Nukes, The New York Times, May 30, 1999) that clinton had another reason to empower China and disembowel America. Broad argues that clinton sought to disseminate our atomic secrets proactively in order to implement his postmodern, quite inane epistemological theory, namely, that, contrary to currently held dogma, knowledge is not power after all -- that, indeed, precisely the opposite is the case.

Broad writes in part:

Since 1993, officials say, the Energy Department's "openness initiative" has released at least 178 categories of atom secrets. By contrast, the 1980s saw two such actions...

Its overview of the disclosures, "Restricted Data Declassification Decisions," dated January 1999 and more than 140 pages long, lists such things as how atom bombs can be boosted in power, key steps in making hydrogen bombs, the minimum amount (8.8 pounds) of plutonium or uranium fuel needed for an atom bomb and the maximum time it takes an exploding atomic bomb to ignite an H-bomb's hydrogen fuel (100 millionths of a second).

No grade-B physicist from any university could figure this stuff. It took decades of experience gained at a cost of more than $400 billion.

The release of the secrets started as a high-stakes bet that openness would lessen, not increase, the world's vulnerability to nuclear arms and war. John Holum, who heads arms control at the State Department, told Congress last year that the test ban "essentially eliminates" the possibility of a renewed international race to develop new kinds of nuclear arms...

"The United States must stand as leader," O'Leary told a packed news conference in December 1993 upon starting the process. "We are declassifying the largest amount of information in the history of the department."

Critics, however, say the former secrets are extremely valuable to foreign powers intent on making nuclear headway. Gaffney, the former Reagan official, disparaged the giveaway as "dangling goodies in front of people to get them to sign up into our arms-control agenda."

Thomas B. Cochran,:..."In terms of the phenomenology of nuclear weapons...the cat is out of the bag."

...[F]ormer Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said the "extensive declassification" of secrets had inadvertently aided the global spread of deadly weapons. ["inadvertently" ???!!!!]

Broad would have us believe we are watching "Being There" and not "The Manchurian Candidate." His argument is superficially appealing as most reasonable people would conclude that it requires the simplemindedness of a Chauncy Gardener (in "Being There") to reason that instructing China and a motley assortment of terrorist nations on how to beef up their atom bombs and how not to omit the "key steps" when building hydrogen bombs would somehow blunt and not stimulate their appetites for bigger and better bombs and a higher position in the power food chain.

But it is Broad's failure to fully connect the dots -- clinton's wholesale release of atomic secrets, decades of Chinese money sluicing into clinton's campaigns, clinton pushing the test ban treaty, clinton's concomitant sale of supercomputers, and clinton's noxious legacy -- that blows his argument to smithereens and reduces his piece to just another clinton apologia by The New York Times.

But even a Times apologia cannot save clinton from the gallows. Clinton can be both an absolute (albeit postmodern) moron and a traitor. The strict liability Gump-ism, "Treason is as treason does" applies.

The idea that an individual can be convicted of the crime of treason only if there is treasonous intent or *mens rea* runs contrary to the concept of strict liability crimes. That doctrine (Park v United States, (1974) 421 US 658,668) established the principle of 'strict liability' or 'liability without fault' in certain criminal cases, usually involving crimes which endanger the public welfare.

Calling his position on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty "an historic milestone," (if he must say so himself) clinton believed that if he could get China to sign it, he would go down in history as the savior of mankind. This was 11 August 1995. (Similar motivation (and danger) in clinton's arm-twisting, phony rapprochement in the Mideast.)

According to James Risen and Jeff Gerth of The New York Times, "the legacy codes and the warhead data that goes with them" -- apparently stolen from the Los Alamos weapons lab by scientist, Wen Ho Lee aided and abetted by bill clinton, hillary clinton, the late Ron Brown, Sandy Berger, Hazel O'Leary, Janet Reno, Eric Holder and others in the clinton administration [not to mention congressional clinton accomplices Glenn, Daschle, Bumpers, Harkin, Boxer, Feinstein, Lantos, Levin. Lautenberg, Torricelli et al.] -- "could [especially when combined with the supercomputers that clinton sold to China to help them finish the job] be particularly valuable for a country, like China, that has signed onto the nuclear test ban treaty and relies solely on computer simulations to upgrade and maintain its nuclear arsenal. The legacy codes are now used to maintain the American nuclear arsenal through computer simulation.


Most of Lee's transfers occurred in 1994 and 1995, just before China signed the test ban treaty in 1996, according to American officials."

Few who have observed clinton would argue against the proposition that this legacy-obsessed megalomaniac would trade our legacy codes for his rehabilitated legacy in a Monica minute and to hell with "the children."

Nixonian paranoia and fascistic mindset combine with
clintonian megalomania, ineptitude and, most important,
easy betrayal of America
to make hillary clinton deadly dangerous for us all.



hillary's vaccine shortage, the avian flu, pandemic, terrorism, hillary clinton, bill clinton, bird flu

h e a r --c l i n t o n --l o s e --i t

by Mia T, 11.11.05

This legacy confab is in and of itself proof certain of clinton's deeply flawed character, and a demonstration in real time of the way in which the clinton years were about a legacy that was incidentally a presidency.

Madeleine Albright captured the essence of this dysfunctional presidency best when she explained why clinton couldn't go after bin Laden.

According to Richard Miniter, the Albright revelation occurred at the cabinet meeting that would decide the disposition of the USS Cole bombing by al Qaeda [that is to say, that would decide to do what it had always done when a "bimbo" was not spilling the beans on the clintons: Nothing]. Only Clarke wanted to retaliate militarily for this unambiguous act of war.

Albright explained that a [sham] Mideast accord would yield [if not peace for the principals, surely] a Nobel Peace Prize for clinton. Kill or capture bin Laden and clinton could kiss the 'accord' and the Peace Prize good-bye.

If clinton liberalism, smallness, cowardice, corruption, perfidy--and, to borrow a phrase from Andrew Cuomo, clinton cluelessness--played a part, it was, in the end, the Nobel Peace Prize that produced the puerile pertinacity that enabled the clintons to shrug off terrorism's global danger.



by Mia T, 11.14.05

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26 posted on 11/26/2005 12:14:53 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: Mia T; Carl/NewsMax; Alamo-Girl; All



Was on the side of our terrroist eneny, Communist North Vietnam Dictator HO CHI MINH, and against we American Soldiers then fighting him on behalf of FREEDOM for a then Free South Vietnam. And so was DIANE* RODHAM (*HILLARY)

While President of the United States went down to Central America to apologize to the people there for our having fought on the wrong side against CASTRO-Backed Communists trying to take that area of the world over during the early 1980's. Later stated that there should not be just one SuperPower in the World like us, but rather all nations should be playing on the same level playing field

After leaving our Oval Office this former President of the United States publically stated in the world's Press that "There might not even be an America around in 300 years"

The Enemy is now Within...
and always has been


27 posted on 11/26/2005 12:34:24 PM PST by ALOHA RONNIE ("ALOHA RONNIE" Guyer/Veteran-"WE WERE SOLDIERS" Battle of IA DRANG-1965
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To: malia

C-SPAN asked noted presidential historians to rank the American presidents1 along the following ten dimensions: public persuasion, crisis leadership, economic management, moral authority, international relations, administrative skills, relations with congress, vision/setting an agenda, pursued equal justice for all, and performance within context of times.

bill clinton emerged as middling in most dimensions; he was surpassed in others by a settled mediocrity (Carter) and a putative failure (Nixon). In moral authority, bill clinton was rated dead last.2 He did fairly well in public persuasion, not a surprising finding given the volume of snake oil he managed to peddle during his presidency.

"It's not the economy, stupid!"

Clinton's best scores were on the economic management and pursued equal justice for all dimensions. However, both of these results are meaningful only insofar as they redound to the moral authority dimension: they are wholly based on clinton fraudulence, cooked books and black poses, respectively; and clinton's shameless Rosa Parks eulogy last week assured us that the insidious brand of clinton racism is alive and well during these tiptoe years of what the clintons hope will be their interregnum.

Note that although Brinkley doesn't place much importance on the economic management dimension--he argues that the economy variable is not durable over time--he fails to recognize that the evaluation of the clinton economy by the historians is erroneous to begin with.

Note also that contrary to Douglas Brinkley's claim, made at the clinton revisionist confab3, C-SPAN historians found no evidence of clinton "greatness" irrespective of his moral-authority deficit.


Twenty presidents rank higher than bill clinton and 20 rank lower. But this placement assumes equal weight for each of the dimensions. And therein lies the flaw.

If 9/11 taught us anything, it is that presidential character and moral authority count, and count most.4 If the variables are properly weighted, bill clinton will always come out dead last.

That is, unless Americans are dumb enough to make the same mistake twice.5

Historian massages clinton numbers, ego + legacy at revisionist confab
C-SPAN historians find no clinton "greatness" irrespective of moral-authority deficit
Mia T, 11.10.05

28 posted on 11/26/2005 12:40:07 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: Baynative

excellent ;)

30 posted on 11/26/2005 12:48:38 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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31 posted on 11/26/2005 1:02:32 PM PST by HarleyLady27 (My ? to libs: "Do they ever shut up on your planet?" "Grow your own DOPE: Plant a LIB!")
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To: Mia T

Then the republicans in power had better quit spending my money like tax and spend liberals. Grow some balls and stand up for conervatives and America.

32 posted on 11/26/2005 1:06:11 PM PST by Joe Boucher (an enemy of islam)
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To: i_dont_chat

At once hillary-ous and repugnant.
(The repugnance part is a bit like gilding the lily, don't you think?) ;)

33 posted on 11/26/2005 1:07:48 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: Joe Boucher

The clintons are counting on the tiger (elephant?) not changing its stripes and the conservatives bolting. (In fact, I suspect hillary running will make the GOP even less responsive.)

We must focus on the clintons. They can win only if we let them. We can deal with the GOP after we eliminate the larger threat.

34 posted on 11/26/2005 1:16:18 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: Mia T

Well rounded and comprehensive, Mia. Good job!

35 posted on 11/26/2005 1:17:07 PM PST by Alia
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To: Alia

thanx. :)

36 posted on 11/26/2005 1:24:52 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: hosepipe
Hi hosepipe ~

Perhaps too much shark, not enough turkey (the tryptophan will do wonders ) ;)

(idea by PJ-Comix, metaphor + logo by Jon Hein)

by Mia T, 9.01.05

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THE GREAT FISH moved silently through the night water, propelled by short sweeps of its crescent tail. The mouth was open just enough to permit a rush of water over the gills. There was little other motion: an occasional correction of the apparently aimless course by the slight raising or lowering of a pectoral fin--as a bird changes direction by dipping one wing and lifting the other. The eyes were sightless in the black, and the other senses transmitted nothing extraordinary to the small, primitive brain. The fish might have been asleep, save for the movement dictated by countless millions of years of instinctive continuity: lacking the flotation bladder common to other fish and the fluttering flaps to push oxygen-bearing water through its gills, it survived only by moving. Once stopped, it would sink to the bottom and die of anoxia.

Peter Benchley, Jaws

37 posted on 11/26/2005 1:32:16 PM PST by Mia T (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations (The acronym is the message.))
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To: Mia T

Thanks again. Bump to the top.

38 posted on 11/26/2005 1:35:24 PM PST by Cautor
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To: Mia T
What is she doing????????


Here is another question................... did the sappy communist agent from Chicago have a POWER FIST on the back of her graduation gown .............. or is that UNTRUE???

This picture, if it is available, would doom the sick woman and save this country.

We need a picture of the BEAST with the black power fist on the back of her graduation tent!

39 posted on 11/26/2005 1:52:21 PM PST by beyond the sea (Murtha: Redeployment - What .......Surrender? // “Victory is not a strategy”)
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To: Mia T; doug from upland; All
Hey darling.................. is that true or not ............ that Chappaqua X-Communist Black Panther CHAPPAQUA ROSE had a POWER FIST on the back of her Wellesley 1969 graduation gown?

If she did.................. lets see it.

I have heard from ( ) that that is true.

I do not know if it is true.

Anyone know????

40 posted on 11/26/2005 1:57:47 PM PST by beyond the sea (Murtha: Redeployment - What .......Surrender? // “Victory is not a strategy”)
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