DNC 2012

So far it has been Obamacare, Obamacare, Romeny’s taxes & wealth, GI bill…

oh and this:

But I missed the Ted Kennedy tribute

All I keep hearing is how “kids” can stay on their parents insurance at 26. Way to teach those “kids” about taking care of themselves, awesome. Oh and I learned women have a right to contraception. Wonder who pays for that?

I like Patrick, but you might want to factcheck his speech…

EDIT: In fact, you should, because he is full of some serious shit, lol.

WOW.

[quote]usmccds423 wrote:
All I keep hearing is how “kids” can stay on their parents insurance at 26. Way to teach those “kids” about taking care of themselves, awesome. Oh and I learned women have a right to contraception. Wonder who pays for that? [/quote]

You belong to the government.

Hey Governor O’Malley maybe you should work on moving Baltimore, “Forward, not back.”

He’s such an asshole

Apparently before Obamacare, being a women was a, “preexisting condition.”

Bill Clinton, who raped a woman as governor, molested an intern in the oval office, lied under oath and was disbarred:

“They tell us they’re good husbands, good fathers and good Americans. Totally self-made. And you can trust me…” he said, summing up how he interpreted the speeches in at last week’s Republican convention in Tampa, Fla.

Do you guys believe Bill Clinton raped someone?

[quote]SexMachine wrote:
Bill Clinton, who raped a woman as governor, molested an intern in the oval office, lied under oath and was disbarred:

“They tell us they’re good husbands, good fathers and good Americans. Totally self-made. And you can trust me…” he said, summing up how he interpreted the speeches in at last week’s Republican convention in Tampa, Fla.[/quote]

You actually believe Bill Clinton molested (you mean sexually right?) Monica Lewinsky? Really?

[quote]therajraj wrote:

[quote]SexMachine wrote:
Bill Clinton, who raped a woman as governor, molested an intern in the oval office, lied under oath and was disbarred:

“They tell us they’re good husbands, good fathers and good Americans. Totally self-made. And you can trust me…” he said, summing up how he interpreted the speeches in at last week’s Republican convention in Tampa, Fla.[/quote]

You actually believe Bill Clinton molested (you mean sexually right?) Monica Lewinsky? Really?[/quote]

Well, she saved a dress with his nut butter on it didn’t she?

One doesn’t do that if they are in love.

Maybe she initiated it and was going to blackmail him, or maybe, just maybe, he isn’t that swell of a guy…

[quote]usmccds423 wrote:
Apparently before Obamacare, being a women was a, “preexisting condition.” [/quote]

Where is Push with his “solid gold” picture when you need it.

[quote]therajraj wrote:
Do you guys believe Bill Clinton raped someone?[/quote]

He actually raped her twice. It’s common knowledge and many journalists say it as fact because they know he won’t defend it or sue for libel:

[quote]therajraj wrote:

[quote]SexMachine wrote:
Bill Clinton, who raped a woman as governor, molested an intern in the oval office, lied under oath and was disbarred:

“They tell us they’re good husbands, good fathers and good Americans. Totally self-made. And you can trust me…” he said, summing up how he interpreted the speeches in at last week’s Republican convention in Tampa, Fla.[/quote]

You actually believe Bill Clinton molested (you mean sexually right?) Monica Lewinsky? Really?[/quote]

Whatever you think he was 30-years older than her. Maybe not as bad as JFK and his brother Bobby molesting the same 17-year-old though.

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]therajraj wrote:

[quote]SexMachine wrote:
Bill Clinton, who raped a woman as governor, molested an intern in the oval office, lied under oath and was disbarred:

“They tell us they’re good husbands, good fathers and good Americans. Totally self-made. And you can trust me…” he said, summing up how he interpreted the speeches in at last week’s Republican convention in Tampa, Fla.[/quote]

You actually believe Bill Clinton molested (you mean sexually right?) Monica Lewinsky? Really?[/quote]

Whatever you think he was 30-years older than her. Maybe not as bad as JFK and his brother Bobby molesting the same 17-year-old though.[/quote]

Molested, yeah, sure.

As to the second part:

Following is the full text of a Jan. 2 affidavit from the woman named in documents filed by the Jones legal team on March 28, 1998. Those documents reported an unsubstantiated hearsay claim that the woman, here called “Jane Doe #5,” was raped by Bill Clinton 20 years ago.

Paula Jones’ lead lawyer Donovan Campbell Jr.
Jail Time for Donovan Campbell? Will he be held in contempt for revealing the identity of Juanita Broaddrick a/k/a Jane Doe #5?

  1. My name is Jane Doe #5. I am 55 years old and have been married since 1981. I have one child, age 28. I currently reside in Arkansas.

  2. In November of 1997, two private investigators retained by Paula Corbin Jones approached me at my residence. I declined to speak with them, but provided the name of my family attorney. I subsequently was served with a subpoena seeking the production of documents and purporting to require my testimony at a deposition in the civil action between Paula Corbin Jones and President William Jefferson Clinton (Civil Action No. LR-C-94-290). I have never met Ms. Jones, nor do I have any information regarding the allegations that she has advanced against President Clinton. In this regard, I have no knowledge or information regarding the events she has alleged occurred on May 8, 1991 at the Excelsior Hotel or, for that matter, any knowledge or information regarding any interaction between herself and Mr. Clinton.
    Order Monica’s Story

  3. I met President Clinton more than twenty years ago through family friends. Our introduction was not arranged or facilitated, in any way, by the Arkansas State Police. I have never been an Arkansas state employee or a federal employee. I have never discussed with Mr. Clinton the possibility of state or federal employment nor has he offered me any such position. I have had no further relations with him for the past (15) years.

  4. During the 1992 Presidential campaign there were unfounded rumors and stories circulated that Mr. Clinton had made unwelcome sexual advances toward me in the late seventies. Newspaper and tabloid reporters hounded me and my family, seeking corroboration of these tales. I repeatedly denied the allegations and requested that my family’s privacy be respected. These allegations are untrue and I had hoped that they would no longer haunt me, or cause further disruption to my family.

  5. I do not possess any information that could possibly be relevant to the allegations advanced by Paula Corbin Jones or which could lead to admissible evidence in her case. Specifically, I do not have any information to offer regarding a nonconsensual or unwelcome sexual advance by Mr. Clinton, any discussion offer or provision of state or federal employment or advancement in exchange for sexual conduct, or any use of state troopers to procure women for sex. Requiring my testimony at a deposition in this matter would cause unwarranted attorney’s fees and costs, disruption to my life and constitute an invasion of my right to privacy. For these reasons, I have asked my attorney to advise Ms. Jones’s counsel that there is no truth to the rumors they are pursuing and to provide her counsel with this sworn affidavit.

Further affiant sayeth not.

Jane Doe #5

http://www.anusha.com/janedoe5.htm

This woman impresseth me not.

[quote]orion wrote:

(Defending Bill Clinton)

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Broaddrick later said of the affidavit, “I didn’t want to be forced to testify about one of the most horrific events in my life. I didn’t want to go through it again.” David Schippers, the Chief Investigative Counsel for the House Judiciary Committee which was holding an inquiry on whether Clinton had committed impeachable offenses, stated that he believed Broaddrick filed the affidavit because of intimidation from Clinton, saying, "She was so terrified. And the reason she was terrified was because she saw what had happened to Kathleen Willey, Gennifer Flowers and all the rest of them.

Five people have stated that Broaddrick told them about a rape shortly after it allegedly occurred. Of these, two were Broaddrick’s co-worker Norma Kelsey and her sister…

NBC News found that a nursing conference was held in the Camelot Hotel on April 25, 1978. The hotel was located in the state capitol, where news reports indicate Clinton was that day, also suggesting that he had no known official commitments that morning. The Clinton White House declined to release his official schedule for the date. Three weeks after this date, Broaddrick attended a Clinton fundraiser. According to The Wall Street Journal (February 19, 1999, p. A18), “Her [Broaddrick’s] friend Norma Rogers, a nurse who had accompanied her on the trip”, found Broaddrick distraught shortly after the time of the alleged attack."

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]orion wrote:

(Defending Bill Clinton)

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(slandering Bill Clinton)

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She lied at least once.

If she was raped, she lied under oath.

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]orion wrote:

(Defending Bill Clinton)

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(slandering Bill Clinton)

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She lied at least once.

If she was raped, she lied under oath. [/quote]

All of them lied except for the intern with BJ’s DNA on her dress right? Okay whatever. In the spirit of Chappaquiddick we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt. He only had ‘sexual relations with that woman…Ms Lewinsky’ in the oval office, then lied about it whilst staring at the camera and wagging his finger arrogantly then lying under oath about it. That’s their keynote speaker.

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]orion wrote:

(Defending Bill Clinton)

[/quote]

(slandering Bill Clinton)

[/quote]

She lied at least once.

If she was raped, she lied under oath. [/quote]

All of them lied except for the intern with BJ’s DNA on her dress right? Okay whatever. In the spirit of Chappaquiddick we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt. He only had ‘sexual relations with that woman…Ms Lewinsky’ in the oval office, then lied about it whilst staring at the camera and wagging his finger arrogantly then lying under oath about it. That’s their keynote speaker.[/quote]

Intentionally thick, are we?

There is an affidavit where she states that she was not raped.

Also, given what presidents lie about, a blowjob does not concern me one bit.

Ted Strickland rocked Deval Patrick told what it would be like if Romney were elected (NOT GOOD) Julian Castro did SO SO except he did a good job selling education

[quote]orion wrote:

Intentionally thick, are we?

There is an affidavit where she states that she was not raped.

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Intentionally stupid? See my comment above where she recanted the denial in that affidavit and see her letter to Hillary three years after the affidavit which she says she filed to avoid having to testify:

http://www.apfn.org/apfn/juanita.htm

Furthermore, after the affidavit was filed 'Broaddrick filed a lawsuit against Clinton (in the summer of 1999,) to obtain documents which the White House may have gathered about her, claiming its refusal to accede to her demand for such documents violated the Privacy Act of 1974…In his book, Sellout: The Inside Story of President Clinton’s Impeachment, Schippers said he wanted to call Broaddrick as a witness to discuss Clinton’s intimidation, but it was too late…

Michael Isikoff’s book, Uncovering Clinton, and Christopher Hitchens’ book, No One Left to Lie To, argued that Broaddrick’s claim is credible and shows similarities to Paula Jones’ later allegation of sexual harassment. Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen commented, "And yet, I cannot get [Broaddrick’s] accusation out of my head. On television, and in interviews with newspaper reporters, Broaddrick appeared credible.’

Liberal beacon The Washington Post? Hitchens pre-911?

[quote]pittbulll wrote:
Deval Patrick told what it would be like if Romney were elected (NOT GOOD) [/quote]

Well to be honest some of Patrick’s speech was misleading, to put it nicely.

Mass was 47th in job creation, because it at 4.5% unemployment. Hard to create jobs when everyone that wants one has one.

Mass was 49th in debt when he came in, 50th when Mitt left, majority of that is bonds used to fix the roads and bridges Patrick was crying about.

As for the budget deficit, not sure how that works considering he left the state with a 2 billion dollar rainy day fund that Patrick dipped into over and over and over again.

When Patrick brags about being able to be Gay and Married in MA, yeah well, romney is the one who ordered it, so ah, all the gay people can thank him.

Mitt did make some mistakes. Romneycare sucks and we still have the highest health insurance costs in the nation, and he ended some programs that have resulted in difficulty coordinating with the private sector contractors.

EDIT: I don’t really mind Patrick, he has done a decent job. I gained a lot of respect for him with the way he handled the casino bills. He said the bill needed contract bidding or he would veto it, the pigs didn’t put in the bidding, and he vetoed the shit out of it.