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SMSgt Minister Gerald A. "Doc" Thomas
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I posted this yesterday
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SGM Barry Kindred
SGM Barry Kindred
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Sorry I missed it.
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Alan K.
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Saw that, posted a story on it.....Like I said on there...they are coming home to roost...!
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SSG Program Control Manager
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While I'd be happy to see Clinton indicted, there simply isn't any real evidence to support Republican accusations. If unproven "leaks," rumors and gossip were even half true she would be serving multiple lifetime prison sentences. Get an indictment and people will sit up and take notice, get a conviction and reasonable people will be tempted to believe the Republican propaganda machine once again.

Until then, expect most of the country to simply roll their eyes at another hit job that isn't supported by any real evidence.
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SGM Barry Kindred
SGM Barry Kindred
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Ummmm. Good golly miss molly! Speechless. unproven?
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SGM Barry Kindred - Yes, take a tiny portion of that so called "evidence" and at least get an indictment.
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SSG Matthew Adkins
SSG Matthew Adkins
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Legally unproven. The court of public opinion hold no weight in the eyes of the law. Maybe that's the confusion.
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SSG Matthew Adkins - If I convinced all Republicans that Bigfoot was real, that wouldn't make him real. It would just prove Republicans wanted to believe in Bigfoot. A more reasonable person might conclude that while it was certainly possible that Bigfoot existed, real proof was not yet available. I think it would be cool if Bigfoot existed, and I would be glad to see Clinton indicted... unfortunately there simply isn't enough evidence available... at least not yet.
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