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5 thoughts on ““Who Can Be President of the United States?: Candidate Hillary Clinton and the Problem of Statutory Qualifications””
Repeating something I posted about this paper elsewhere today:
“Who Can Be President of the United States?” Boris Johnson, Mayor of London. He’s US-born, wildly ambitious, but clever as you like, and almost certainly sane. His crookedness has been confined to trivia. Recruit him before it’s too late.
You’re correct Subotai but things are much brighter with a leader, yes?
He’s our weapon of course. Nothing new in history about that.
She may get in or she may not. It won’t ultimately matter.
We’ve tasted leadership and it’s addictive. Victory will be crack.
No we’re not talking our way out of this, but we’re going to make it.
No, Hillary cannot be disqualified to be president, irrespective of any or all crimes she has committed.
You see, she is a liberal progressive and as we all know, she is above the law, as are ALL liberal progressives. Just look at what happened to Bill Clinton .
She can commit any crime whatsoever – before becoming president – and it will mean nothing.
Pretty simple, really.
John Tyler, that’s true, unfortunately.
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