[QUOTE=SBu;1062515237]Let me parse this up so I can try to respond coherently haha.
Eh, typical partisan nut job pot shots. To be expected.
Well, I don't want to get into an argument, here, but I would point out that, contrary to "partisanship," I am anything but. As I said, I am neither a Democrat nor a Republican. I also didn't vote for Clinton the first time. I was no huge fan of Clinton's either, except for his political skill and brilliant mind. But policy-wise, no.
This is hard for partisans to understand. That not everyone is an either-or, and that there are both good and bad things about BOTH of the major parties. It is a matter of fact that Republicans openly accused Hillary Clinton of having someone murdered. If you Google it, you will find that some still believe that. Really wacko stuff.
Equally wacko are conspiracy theories about Bush...that he and Cheney planned the 9/11 attacks that killed thousands of people. Wacko stuff. On both sides.
However, I will say that the latter theories were rare and really among unheard of wackos, while the Clinton murder theories were much more widespread and were spread by Republicans in some leadership positions. Just like now....the wacko Kenya birther theories are present among Republican Party leaders and elected officials.
Just an observation from an observer who is in neither camp. But it's hard for those in one camp or the other to accept cricitisms of their own camps. Those expressing critical observations MUST be on the other side! (not)