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    A buddy of mine sent this. The Clinton legacy - short and sweet


    Bill & Hillary:
    Worse than you thought & worth remembering, and this came from a Democrat

    Dear ( Ex) President Clinton:

    I recently saw a bumper sticker that said, "Thank me, I voted for Clinton-Gore." So, I sat down and reflected on that, and I am sending my "Thank you" for what you have done, specifically:

    1. Thank you for introducing us to Jennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky, Dolly Kyle Browning, Kathleen Willey, and Juanita Broderick. Did I leave anyone out?

    2. Thank you for teaching my 8 year old about oral sex. I had really planned to wait until he was a little older to discuss it with him, but now he knows more about it than I did as a senior in college.

    3. Thank you for showing us that sexual harassment in the work place (especially the White House) and on the job is OK, and all you have to know is what the meaning of "it" is. It really is great to know that certain sexual acts are not sex, and one person may have sex while the other one does NOT have sex.

    4. Thank you for reintroducing the concept of impeachment to a new generation and demonstrating that the ridiculous plot of the movie "Wag the Dog" could be plausible after all.

    5. Thanks for making Jimmy Carter look competent, Gerald Ford look graceful, Richard Nixon look honest, Lyndon Johnson look truthful, and John Kennedy look moral.

    6. Thank you for the 73 House and Senate witnesses who have pled the 5th Amendment and 17 witnesses who have fled the country to avoid testifying about Democratic campaign fund raising.

    7. Thank you, for the 19 charges, 8 convictions, and 4 imprisonment's from the Whitewater "mess" and the 55 criminal charges and 32 criminal convictions (so far) in the other " Clinton " scandals.

    8. Thanks also for reducing our military by half, "gutting" much of our foreign policy, and flying all over the world on "vacations" carefully disguised as necessary trips.

    9 Thank you, also, for "finding" millions of dollars (I really didn't need it in the first place, and I can't think of a more deserving group of recipients for my hard-earned tax dollars)
    for all of your globe-trotting. I understand you, the family and your cronies have logged in more time aboard Air Force One than any other administration.

    10. Now that you've left the White House, thanks for the 140 pardons of convicted felons and indicted felons-in-exile. We will love to have them rejoin society. (Not to mention the scores you pardoned while Governor of Arkansas)

    11. Thanks also for removing the White House silverware. I'm sure that Laura Bush didn't like the pattern anyway. Also, enjoy the housewarming gifts you've received from your "friends."

    12. Thanks to you and your staff in the West Wing of the White House for vandalizing and destroying government property on the way out. I also appreciate removing all of that excess weight ( China , silverware, linen, towels, ash trays, soap, pens, magnetic compass, flight manuals, etc.) out of Air Force 1. The weight savings means burning less fuel, thus less tax dollars spent on jet fuel. Thank you!

    13. And finally, please ensure that Hillary enjoys the $8 million dollar advance for her "tell-all" book and you, Bill, the $10 million advance for your memoirs. Who says crime doesn't pay!

    14. The last and most important point - thank you for forcing Israel to let Mohammed Atta go free. Terrorist pilot Mohammed Atta blew up a bus in Israel in 1986. The Israelis captured, tried and imprisoned him. As part of the Oslo agreement with the Palestinians in 1993, Israel had to agree to release so-called "political prisoners". However, the Israelis would not release any with blood on their hands. The American President at the time, Bill Clinton, and his Secretary of State, Warren Christopher, "insisted" that all prisoners be released. Thus Mohammed Atta was freed and eventually thanked the US by flying an airplane into Tower One of the World Trade Center . This was reported by many of the American TV networks at the time that the terrorists were first identified. It was censored in the US from all later reports. Why shouldn't Americans know the real truth?

    What a guy!!

    If you agree that the American public must be made aware of these facts, pass this on. God bless America and THANK YOU (once again) for spending my taxes so wisely and frugally.

    SINCERELY,
    A US Citizen
    PS.
    Please pass along a special thank you to Al Gore for "inventing" the Internet, without which I would not be able to send this wonderful, factual e-mail.

    AND THE REST OF THE STORY Hillary Rodham Clinton, as a New York State Senator, now comes under the "Congressional Retirement and Staffing Plan," which means that even if she never gets reelected, she STILL receives her Congressional salary until she dies. (Would it not be nice if all Americans were pension eligible after only 4 years?)

    If Bill outlives her, he then inherits HER salary until HE dies. He is already getting his Presidential salary until he dies. If Hillary outlives Bill, she also gets HIS salary until she dies. Guess who pays for that?

    WE DO!

    It's common knowledge that in order for her to establish NY residency, they purchased a million dollar-plus house in upscale Chappaqua , New York . Makes sense. They are entitled to Secret Service protection for life. Still makes sense.

    Here is where it becomes interesting. Their mortgage payments hover at around $10,000 per month. BUT, an extra residence HAD to be built within the acreage to house the Secret Service agents.

    The Clintons charge the Federal government $10,000 monthly rent for the use of that extra residence, which is just about equal to their mortgage payment. This means that we, the taxpayers, are paying the Clinton 's salary, mortgage, transportation, safety and security, as well as the salaries for their 12 man staff -- and, this is all perfectly legal!

    When she runs for President, will you vote for her?
     
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    Dice-K's triumphant return
    Right-hander overcomes three-walk first inning as Sox prevail
    By Ian Browne / MLB.com


    Daisuke Matsuzaka settled down after handing out three straight free passes in the first. (Lenny Ignelzi/AP)
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    SAN DIEGO -- The baserunners were hovering at the corners, antsy to tie the game or put the Padres ahead. But there stood Daisuke Matsuzaka, seemingly oblivious to the stressful situation that engulfed him. His pitch count escalating close to 130, Matsuzaka reached back with the count 2-2 and threw a 94-mph fastball right by Marcus Giles.
    The jam was averted. Matsuzaka's evening ended right there, along with the bottom of the sixth inning.

    This was the defining moment for Matsuzaka on a night he barely outdueled one of his idols in Greg Maddux. And so it was that the Red Sox squeaked out a tense 2-1 victory over the Padres on Friday night at PETCO Park.

    "Knowing how great a pitcher that he is, I knew I would have to do my best to hold their lineup to as few runs as possible," Matsuzaka said through translator Masa Hoshino. "Facing him in the batter's box, he threw a lot of two seam fastballs to me and I was able to see first-hand what a great pitcher he actually is. He's one of the pitchers I look up to, so I felt very happy to actually be able to see his pitches live, first-hand."

    It was a triumphant return to PETCO for Matsuzaka, who won the Most Valuable Player trophy in the World Baseball Classic at this very park some 15 months ago.

    "When I stepped on the field, it was just as I remembered it, a very beautiful ballpark," Matsuzaka said.

    But there wasn't a lot of time for Matsuzaka to be nostalgic. The game was too tight for that.

    "Good game," said Maddux. "I got out-pitched. Pitched good enough to lose however you want to say it or look at it."

    And Matsuzaka was just good enough to win. In this gutty 126-pitch performance, Matsuzaka held the Padres to five hits and a run, walking five and striking out nine. The right-hander ran his record to 9-5 and lowered his ERA to 4.01.

    While the strikeout of Giles might have seemed like a fitting way to end the night, Matsuzaka had no interest in seeing it conclude there. For a man who once threw 250 pitches in a high school game, the workload was hardly taxing.

    But with Matsuzaka due to hit second in the top of the seventh, it was a no-brainer for Red Sox manager Terry Francona.

    "He actually wanted to stay out there," Francona said. "I tried to explain to him, I didn't think he was a real good hitter. He said he'll work on that next spring, which we'll get to. I think savvy's a real good word. He may be new here but he knows how to pitch. He's a veteran pitcher."

    The bullpen took it home from there. Javy Lopez and Manny Delcarmen got Boston through the seventh. Hideki Okajima (0.98 ERA) took care of the eighth. Jonathan Papelbon came on in the ninth for his 17th save.

    complete story here:

    http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/news/g...tent_id=2043265&vkey=recap&fext=.jsp&c_id=bos
     
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    MM always will duck, didge, and hide when he can't counter the facts

    Typical for a pointy headed liberal
     
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    :rofl:

    a taste of your own medicine.
    taste good?
     
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    If you want to act like a fucking idiot - go ahead

    You are showing your inability to counter the thread - typical for the usual arrogrant lib
     
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    when you fail to address the subject of my thread, it is no different than me posting red sox news in your thread.

    get used to it.

    a few pages of red sox news releases and your posts will be pages back - out of sight, out of mind.
     
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    I do not giove a fuck what you do shit for brains

    Being a typical arrogrant lib - you can't address the facts or counter facts

    So go ahead and do what you want

    Unlike you I do not whine about you posting off topic comments

    You are showing your inability to address the topic when you do
     
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    of coursew you are whining.... that's what you do.
     

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