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This far before the election, and Hillary hasn't yet announced as a candidate,
and they Righties on the board are already sweating!

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Please take note of the year and the countless posts box has made in 'Rand Paul, And The Truth'

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Box A Rox  November 7, 2013, 9:06am

The effects of Rand Paul's Plagiarism on his 2016 campaign has yet to be determined.
The more examples of Paul's Plagiarism that surface, and the more times he blames others for his
crimes, the more lasting the effect in 2016.


"In the beginning of a change, the Patriot is a scarce man, brave, hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, however, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a Patriot."

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From the Wall Street Journal:
The mainstream press is all over the story now that it has blown. It’s odd that it took so long.
Everyone at State, the White House, and the rest of the government who received an email from
the secretary of state would have seen where it was coming from—a nongovernmental address.

You’d think someone would have noticed.

Just one more GOP Non Scandal!  


Great!

Now how about all the other emails sent to people without a governmental address.





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http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/235073-left-turns-on-hillary


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Left turns on Hillary

Prominent liberals are criticizing Hillary Clinton for using a personal email account on a private server to conduct work while Secretary of State.

Lawmakers, pundits and even Saturday Night Live have skewered Clinton's alleged secrecy and efforts at damage control.
Clinton allies have defended the former secretary of State, but she has stayed largely silent. Last week, in a late-night tweet, she said she had asked the State Department to make her emails public.

But questions remain over the level of the White House’s knowledge of Clinton's use of a personal account and whether emails have been lost from the public record.

Those concerns have many on the left sounding critical notes about the Democrats' likely 2016 standard-bearer.



Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) — “What I would like is for her to come forward, and say just what the situation is because she is the preeminent political figure right now," Feinstein said Sunday, March 9 on NBC's "Meet the Press. "She is the leading candidate whether it be Republican or Democrat to be the next president and I think that she needs to step up and come out and state exactly what the situation is."

Chris Matthews — “I’m just asking, do you think it’s OK for a public servant at the level of secretary of State to carry on correspondence — official correspondence — but keep it to themselves, if they choose to,” the MSNBC "Hardball" host asked on his March 4 show. “Because that’s the option she has now, since it’s all her account."

David Axelrod — "And it would be good to get out there and answer these questions. Why did she use a separate email? How did she secure that email? Was there another email for which she communicated with people?" the former top Obama strategist asked on MSNBC's "The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell" on March 4. "By not answering these questions, they're allowing the story to fester in ways that are unhelpful and so, you know, lack of speed kills in this case."

Jon Stewart — "The Daily Show" host suggested on March 4 the controversy wouldn't change voters' views, but also delivered a jab, saying that "future President Hillary Clinton may have to pardon former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton."

"Saturday Night Live" – Comedian Kate McKinnon portrayed Hillary in a sketch March 7, depicting her as obsessed with becoming president.

"Recently it was revealed that while I was secretary of State I did not use a government email. I used a personal one, leading many to believe I was hiding scandalous or incriminating emails," said McKinnon in the skit. "And to those people I'd like to say, 'Nice try!' Those emails are clean as a whistle. This is not how Hillary Clinton goes down!"

Lawrence O'Donnell — “This e-mail system was set up obviously to defy the Freedom of Information Act," said the MSNBC host on "Morning Joe" on March 6.

Mika Brzezinski — "This wasn't honest," said Brzezinski, the host of MSNBC’s "Morning Joe," on her program March 6 about Clinton's handling of the private emails.

Eugene Robinson — “Hillary Clinton will have many questions to answer. I just don't understand the how or the why of this whole thing,” said the Washington Post columnist in an online chat on March 3.

Dana Milbank — “It is a needless, self-inflicted wound, and it stems from the same flaws that have caused Clinton trouble in the past — terminal caution and its cousin, obsessive secrecy,” the Washington Post columnist wrote on March 6.

Bill Press — “This email situation is the latest scandal for the Clintons, but I can tell you this…… It won't be the last,” the radio host and columnist for The Hill tweeted on March 6.

Juan Williams — “Well, I must say first of all, Hillary Clinton seems to me to be very entitled and privileged and she broke the rules," said Williams, a columnist for The Hill, on "Fox News Sunday" March 8. "So, I don't think there are any questions. As to whether or not she broke the law, that's not clear.”

David Corn — “I was told by a Clinton advocate working for her that everything was preserved by the State Department. It turns out it wasn't, they lied — stuff that went to people outside the State Department were not preserved,” the journalist for Mother Jones told Chris Matthews on MSNBC on March 8.

Robert Gibbs — “I think this is another one of those things the Clinton campaign, such as it is, is going to have to explain,” the former Obama press secretary said March 3 on NBC’s “Today.”

Hilary Rosen ­— “What you don’t have is a proactive message about the direction she’s going to take the country,” the Democratic strategist and Clinton supporter told the Wall Street Journal March 5 about Hillary's difficulties responding without a campaign in place.

Zephyr Teachout — The former New York gubernatorial candidate on March 5 called for Clinton to hold a press conference. "I don't think a tweet is a press conference. I think, honestly, all elected and appointed and executive branch officials make mistakes. I'm not going to slam her on this if it's a genuine mistake, but I think we have the right to know more about it," she said.





"Approval ratings go up and down for various reasons... An example is the high post 911 support for
GWB even though he could be said to be responsible for the event." --- Box A Rox '9/11 Truther'

Melania is a bimbo... she is there to look at, not to listen to. --- Box A Rox and his 'War on Women'

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Great!

Now how about all the other emails sent to people without a governmental address.


How about it was not secure, period.  Who knows what she said that others could read.
Who knows if she has turned over "ALL" emails.  Sorry...she FU and added to her other blunders.


JUST BECAUSE SISSY SAYS SO DOESN'T MAKE IT SO...BUT HE THINKS IT DOES!!!!!  
JUST BECAUSE MC1 SAYS SO DOESN'T MAKE IT SO!!!!!  
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When the INSANE are running the ASYLUM
In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. -- Friedrich Nietzsche


“How fortunate for those in power that people never think.”
Adolph Hitler
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How about it was not secure, period.  Who knows what she said that others could read.
Who knows if she has turned over "ALL" emails.  Sorry...she FU and added to her other blunders.


Hey now, joe. That server was just as secure as the US consulate in Benghazi.


http://www.bloomberg.com/news/.....-though-not-security

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A week before becoming Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton set up a private e-mail system that gave her a high level of control over communications, including the ability to erase messages completely, according to security experts who have examined Internet records.

“You erase it and everything’s gone,” Matt Devost, a security expert who has had his own private e-mail for years. Commercial services like those from Google Inc. and Yahoo! Inc. retain copies even after users erase them from their in-box.

Although Clinton worked hard to secure the private system, her consultants appear to have set it up with a misconfigured encryption system, something that left it vulnerable to hacking, said Alex McGeorge, head of threat intelligence at Immunity Inc., a Miami Beach-based digital security firm.
  

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It took less than a day for researchers to find potential problems with the Clinton’s system.

Using a scanning tool called Fierce that he developed, Robert Hansen, a web-application security specialist, found what he said were the addresses for Microsoft Outlook Web access server used by Clinton’s e-mail service, and the virtual private network used to download e-mail over an encrypted connection. If hackers located those links, they could search for weaknesses and intercept traffic, according to security experts.

Using those addresses, McGeorge discovered that the certificate appearing on the site Tuesday appeared to be the factory default for the security appliance, made by Fortinet Inc., running the service.

Those defaults would normally be replaced by a unique certificate purchased for a few hundred dollars. By not taking that step, the system was vulnerable to hacking.






"Approval ratings go up and down for various reasons... An example is the high post 911 support for
GWB even though he could be said to be responsible for the event." --- Box A Rox '9/11 Truther'

Melania is a bimbo... she is there to look at, not to listen to. --- Box A Rox and his 'War on Women'

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the Clintons are the Underwoods


...you are a product of your environment, your environment is a product of your priorities, your priorities are a product of you......

The replacement of morality and conscience with law produces a deadly paradox.


STOP BEING GOOD DEMOCRATS---STOP BEING GOOD REPUBLICANS--START BEING GOOD AMERICANS

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If you're a conspiracy theorist or a hater, either one of those things are the same thing.
if you're wither one of those things it's a field day - Benghazi you have to use jazz hands when
saying the word we've heard so much but I feel like that's the only word I'm going to hear until
like Nov of 2016 and I gotta tell there is not enough Advil on the earth to fix this problem.

(Shep Smith)


The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral
philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.

John Kenneth Galbraith

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SHE DIDN'T KNOW?
SHE USED POOR JUDGEMENT?
Listen.....she should have known better....she has DECADES worth of whitehouse/political history under her belt for God's sake!!!
It would be no different than a surgeon saying s/he forgot to 'scrub in' first!!!!
She's a slimmie liar just like they all are!
Politicians are the best at knowing how to talk themselves out of a paper bag while they are grabbing OUR MONEY!!!!

DISGUSTING!!!!!
DON'T VOTE FOR ANY OF THESE CROOKS!!!!!!


When the INSANE are running the ASYLUM
In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. -- Friedrich Nietzsche


“How fortunate for those in power that people never think.”
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When the INSANE are running the ASYLUM
In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. -- Friedrich Nietzsche


“How fortunate for those in power that people never think.”
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Did you mean


JUST BECAUSE SISSY SAYS SO DOESN'T MAKE IT SO...BUT HE THINKS IT DOES!!!!!  
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If you're a conspiracy theorist or a hater, either one of those things are the same thing.
if you're wither one of those things it's a field day - Benghazi you have to use jazz hands when
saying the word we've heard so much but I feel like that's the only word I'm going to hear until
like Nov of 2016 and I gotta tell there is not enough Advil on the earth to fix this problem.

(Shep Smith)


Hates 'Fox News' and calls them liars.....Quotes 'Fox News' anchor?






"Approval ratings go up and down for various reasons... An example is the high post 911 support for
GWB even though he could be said to be responsible for the event." --- Box A Rox '9/11 Truther'

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"Approval ratings go up and down for various reasons... An example is the high post 911 support for
GWB even though he could be said to be responsible for the event." --- Box A Rox '9/11 Truther'

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Hates 'Fox News' and calls them liars.....Quotes 'Fox News' anchor?




beat me to it


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Hates 'Fox News' and calls them liars.....Quotes 'Fox News' anchor?


Yea, it's so bad that even FoxSnooze anchors are embarrassed by the lies!!!


The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral
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