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17. well for one thing, they are not the same life form.
Wed Nov 25, 2015, 07:57 PM
Nov 2015

hillary is human.

having the brain of a creature who emerged from putrid, bubbling green goo has GOT to affect decision making.

but to your question, i think the evil one went to great lengths to tie 911 to saddam and the bullshit about the yellow cake. he would have done ANYTHING to get into iraq because of his hard on for saddam.

hillary made her decision for different reasons.

unfortunately, it was the same decision, but motive matters. his was pure evil. hers was not imo, although i think it was politicaly self serving.

Halliburton think Nov 2015 #1
in the same vein AtomicKitten Nov 2015 #2
Very true. Not as direct but certainly in the same vein... think Nov 2015 #3
They're totally different MannyGoldstein Nov 2015 #4
Oh please comparing Cheney and Hillary FloridaBlues Nov 2015 #6
Ok. So make your case... nt MannyGoldstein Nov 2015 #9
Hillary pushes war with greater gravitas. Scuba Nov 2015 #5
In what world is that remotely close to true? JoePhilly Nov 2015 #10
You don't think it's true? Scuba Nov 2015 #12
She lied about Saddam harboring Al Qaeda to promote the war. beam me up scottie Nov 2015 #16
Twitterbility Crystalite Nov 2015 #7
This message was self-deleted by its author AtomicKitten Nov 2015 #15
Well, there's water boarding. JoePhilly Nov 2015 #8
Biggest differences? BootinUp Nov 2015 #11
... DemocratSinceBirth Nov 2015 #13
What are the differences between Groucho Marx and Bernie on ducks? OilemFirchen Nov 2015 #14
well for one thing, they are not the same life form. restorefreedom Nov 2015 #17
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