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    Name the only President in the last 60 years to leave office with higher numbers than when he came in.







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    Name the only President in the last 60 years to be impeached.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biccat View Post
    Name the only President in the last 60 years to be impeached.
    He was impeached by a radical republican congress. The American people were on the side of Bill Clinton and the Democrats.

    Thats why his approval rating on IMPEACHMENT DAY is only something Bush can dream about.

    Bush is around 30% ...Clinton had around 60% .....ON IMPEACHMENT DAY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    He was impeached by a radical republican congress. The American people were on the side of Bill Clinton and the Democrats.

    Thats why his approval rating on IMPEACHMENT DAY is only something Bush can dream about.

    Bush is around 30% ...Clinton had around 60% .....ON IMPEACHMENT DAY.
    What is a "radical Republican congress"? Seriously, I'd like to know. I'm not a Republican myself so from the outside looking in it appears that anytime a Republican or self-identified conservative does anything in line with a center-right or right ideology, it's termed "radical".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    He was impeached by a radical republican congress. The American people were on the side of Bill Clinton and the Democrats.

    Thats why his approval rating on IMPEACHMENT DAY is only something Bush can dream about.

    Bush is around 30% ...Clinton had around 60% .....ON IMPEACHMENT DAY.
    Well I guess Pres. Bush will never be voted Prom Queen. Oh, Well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    What is a "radical Republican congress"? Seriously, I'd like to know. I'm not a Republican myself so from the outside looking in it appears that anytime a Republican or self-identified conservative does anything in line with a center-right or right ideology, it's termed "radical".
    It was against the will of the American people. It was the agenda of a radical minority, Like Newt, who was cheating on his wife at the time, typical repub hypocrisy.
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    So lying under oath is acceptable for a President? Whatever, ass-clown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph wiggum View Post
    So lying under oath is acceptable for a President? Whatever, ass-clown.
    More fake outrage.

    At least he was under oath. Bush refuses to testify under oath, in fact he demanded that Cheney sit by his side and hold his hand while he testified to the 9-11 commission....NOT under oath.

    But Clinton lied about a blow job ? ...lets get him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    More fake outrage.

    At least he was under oath. Bush refuses to testify under oath, in fact he demanded that Cheney sit by his side and hold his hand while he testified to the 9-11 commission....NOT under oath.

    But Clinton lied about a blow job ? ...lets get him.
    Testify for what exactly? Put up or shut up, Supercrash. What war crimes against humanity has ChimpyMcBushCokespoon committed?

    ZERO. NOTHING.

    He's leaving office as a principled president who stood for what he believed was right. I respect him for that. The ideals he and his administration believed in may not have been popular, but he stood by his beliefs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph wiggum View Post
    Testify for what exactly? Put up or shut up, Supercrash. What war crimes against humanity has ChimpyMcBushCokespoon committed?

    ZERO. NOTHING.

    He's leaving office as a principled president who stood for what he believed was right. I respect him for that. The ideals he and his administration believed in may not have been popular, but he stood by his beliefs.
    It's called torture. The current AG was asked if waterboarding was legal ...and he wouldn't give an answer. The new AG was asked, and said NO, torture is NOT legal.

    Get it ? ....Mukasey wouldn't say it was legal.
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