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http://www.nypost.com/seven/09252006...ionalnews_.htm


regarding Clinton's tirade to Chris Wallace on Fox News this past weekend.
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I love Condoleezza Rice!!!!
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I believe Clinton is right. Ms Rice can't be trusted, as everything she says and does has an agenda.
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I loved Clinton for not playing politican fakey fake. He stood up for himself when he realized he had been "ambushed" or set up...

Pretty low class journalism tactic IMO.
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I think this was the key phrase of the interview for me...

"What we did in the eight months was at least as aggressive as what the Clinton administration did in the preceding years," Rice added
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Originally Posted by HopeHacker View Post
I believe Clinton is right. Ms Rice can't be trusted, as everything she says and does has an agenda.
Agendas are WAY underrated. Everything everyone says and does has an agenda. What is the purpose of doing something without implicit intent?

She has the good kind of agenda through.
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Hmmmnnh - It's very "interesting" that her response was published in the NY Post. Need I say more? I've read the 9/11 Commission report twice, from cover to cover, and find her "spin" very revealing - she's definitely not "presidential material" in my eyes. Keep digging that grave deeper and deeper, Condi! Although I'd love to see a female/minority candidate for the presidency, I wouldn't vote for her under any circumstances. What a sell-out.
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Condi is telling it how she sees it IMO. I have mucho respect for her.
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Originally Posted by shengmei View Post
Agendas are WAY underrated. Everything everyone says and does has an agenda. What is the purpose of doing something without implicit intent?

She has the good kind of agenda through.
Condi has the Bush Administrations Agenda, and it's NOT a good agenda.
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clinton got asked the tough questions and he did not answer them well.
As i have said before, i vote for who i think is best for the job in public office. I dont care what party.

clinton made the US look weak from any lack of response from the embassy bombings, The cole bombing, and of course, the fast exist of Mogadishu.
I really think he placed the UN interests over american national security.

i am not blaming clinton or bush for 9/11 the people that did it are to blame.
even if the bush camp was given anti terror plans,which given clintons track record at this point , Bush had only been in office for 8 months i think. it takes, 1 to almost 2 years for a new presdent to get things and people in order.

also clinton was not "ambushed" he was told up front half the questions would be about his philanthropy(wow i think i spelled that right) efforts and the rest other questions

gee people this is all politics when dont they have a "agenda"
the only agenda i care about is keeping us safe.
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The Clintons made it illegal to homeschool your kids. People who wanted to homeschool their kids from all over the U.S. had to move to homeschooling-friendly states like Texas since Bush was governor.

I know it is a minor issue for most people but for me they were forever tainted with that decision since I want to homeschool my future children.
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I believe I read where the terrorists laughed at us and said we are weak, our govt is weak and our military is weak. That was said during Clinton's reign.
Around the time of the Cole incident.

I don't blame Clinton or Bush for 9-11.
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Originally Posted by shengmei View Post
The Clintons made it illegal to homeschool your kids. People who wanted to homeschool their kids from all over the U.S. had to move to homeschooling-friendly states like Texas since Bush was governor.

I know it is a minor issue for most people but for me they were forever tainted with that decision since I want to homeschool my future children.
Where can I find info on this? I am researching homeschooling and under most sites' FAQ it says "Is it legal to homeschool?" and the answer is always "It always has been legal, in all 50 states, to homeschool." Different states have more or less rules and regulations for it, but it is my understanding that homeschooling always has been legal in all 50 states. Public schools, and complusory attendance in school, are actually rather new things. Traditionally, kids have been taught at home.
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I don't think that Billy and Condi are the only ones with an agenda here. Look at the reactions, not just here, and the political affiliation of the person reacting. Who you believe is soley based on your overall political agenda, period.
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Humm. I haven't heard Anything about it being illegal to homeschool. As a matter of fact, several friends of mine that go to college with me were homeschooled their entire life..including during the Clinton administration and the Bush Jr. one. Also, I have several friends who are homeschooling their children at the moment. I myself wasn't homeschooled (Thankfully!!! I would have been miserable) But I haven't heard anything about homeschooling being illegal. I live in TN- i know it's legal here. I also have friends in PN, ARK, and MS who homeschool there. What states were you refering to shengmei when you were talking about it being illegal? I'm curious!
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