The race for president is just gross

The leading presidential contender of one party is guilty of gross negligence in the handling of classified material, while the leading contender of the other party is guilty of blatant grossness and gross incompetence.

Hillary Clinton Wednesday night refused to answer a debate question about whether she would drop out of the race if she is indicted over her mishandling of classified emails. She at first used the everyone did it excuse, but when pressed, she blurted: “Oh, for goodness — that’s not going to happen. I’m not even answering that question.”

She is probably right, but have reasons of corruption rather than innocence.

Jorge Ramos asked Clinton about possible indictment.

A former U.S. attorney tells the Daily Caller the Department of Justice has a federal grand jury looking into two possibly criminal Clinton deeds — the email case, as well as a separate investigation of political corruption involving the Clinton Foundation.

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8 comments on “The race for president is just gross

  1. Steve says:

    The two front runners are the biggest liars.
    And one is lying about running so he can support the other!

  2. Vernon Clayson says:

    Trump may be a lot of things but he’s not being a chump for Hillary Clinton. That’s more likely why Kasich hasn’t dropped out, he has no chance, his only purpose is to draw votes from Trump and Cruz to better Clinton’s chances, he’s the proverbial snake in the grass.. I don’t understand why there are so many questions about GOP candidates now when voters, the media, and opposing candidates McCain and Romney hardly questioned “democrat” Obama’s credentials.

  3. nyp says:

    It’s all a great big fat conspiracy: Clinton, the FBI, Obama, the Department of Justice, and now Kasich. They are all in it together.
    I just can’t understand why people don’t get it.

  4. nyp says:

    But what about the secret phone calls to Kasich?

  5. Steve says:

    Funny, nyp.

    I maintain those articles (and others along the same lines) show SOMEONE lied…and with these three (Trump and the Clintons) it’s strong odds they ALL did!

    Trump wants Clinton to win the election in November, for this to happen she must take the nomination. Trump will stay in as long as Sanders is a threat. After the primaries are done, if Trump is the Republican nominee, he will move on to the Ross Perot (bat shit crazy) leg of the campaign.

    Trump is a Clinton supporter.

  6. Patrick says:

    So Trump is a Clinton supporter, and Clinton is a republican; does that mean Trump is a republican?

  7. Steve says:

    Trump is a user.

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