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(NewsMax)   Clintons linked for more Campaign Fiance fraud   ( ) divider line
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542 clicks; posted to Main » on 15 Jul 2001 at 5:28 PM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-07-15 05:57:52 PM  






Clinton is probably against Campaign Fiancee fraud..
2001-07-15 06:32:58 PM  
Those commies are coming to get ya. All you right wing wackos at Newsmax should take off to the ole fallout shelter.
2001-07-15 06:56:35 PM  
Whose fiance was involved in the fraud?
2001-07-15 06:57:47 PM  
This is what Republicans mean by "changing the tone" in Washington.
2001-07-15 07:05:40 PM  
yeah.. lets just forget about all the crimes Clinton committed. The old tone was questioning and prosectuting people for crimes. That never did any good!

2001-07-15 10:38:59 PM  
This just in: those who own the oil companies, own the media. Think about it.
2001-07-16 01:23:44 AM  
Why is this labled asinine? It should say obvious
2001-07-16 01:24:53 AM  
I hope McCain finds this guy and beats the crap out of him. Why do all Republicans who make lots of $$ from soft money hate McCain? hmmm. And this attempt to link MCain with Clinton is just pitiful.
2001-07-17 01:54:50 AM  
McCain in general is just pitiful. The clown is a self-serving ass who justifiably got slapped down by the party he tried to shanghai. Reality is that the voter in general doesn't give a damn about finance reform. Nowhere does it make the top ten issue list, not even on the Clinton News Network.
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