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Comment: Re:It's not a "moral dilemma" to a Clinton (Score 1) 609

by neoritter (#49243501) Attached to: Clinton Regrets, But Defends, Use of Family Email Server

Here's a different one she may have broken, http://www.foxnews.com/politic...

Apparently, after leaving the the department you sign this form (http://www.gsa.gov/portal/forms/download/115326)

1. I have surrendered to responsible officials all classified or administratively controlled documents and material with which I was charged or which
I had in my possession, and I am not retaining in my possession, custody, or control, documents or material containing classified or administratively
controlled information furnished to me during the course of such employment or developed as a consequence thereof, including any diaries,
memorandums of conversation, or other documents of a personal nature that contain classified or administratively controlled information.
2. I have surrendered to responsible officials all unclassified documents and papers relating to the official business of the Government acquired by
me while in the employ of the Department or USIA.

If she signed that she lied and therefore essentially lied under oath.

6. I have been advised by the interviewing officer whose signature appears below and fully understand that Section 1001 of Title 18, United States
Code, provides criminal penalties for knowingly and willfully falsifying or concealing material fact in a statement or document submitted to any
department or agency of the United States Government concerning a matter under its jurisdiction.

Comment: Re: No it doesn't. (Score 1) 609

by neoritter (#49235175) Attached to: Clinton Regrets, But Defends, Use of Family Email Server

It's an argument that those attacking her are being hypocrites.

Wow really? Everyone attacking her is being a hypocrite? The argument is stupid, deal with it. If it was wrong when Bush did it, it's wrong now. And the people using arguments like cahuenga's are being the real hypocrites.

Comment: Re:What difference does it make? (TM) (Score 2) 609

by neoritter (#49235015) Attached to: Clinton Regrets, But Defends, Use of Family Email Server

Are you touched in the head? Seriously? Bush did it, so let's not worry. Wrong is wrong, Bush got away with it, fine. Let's not let another person get away with. Particularly, the person who called the Bush administration corrupt and full of cronyism over their email scandal (she did this in 2007 btw).

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