We spent $15 million on the 9/11 investigation and $60 million on Monica Lewinsky's blow job.

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No one wanted to find out the truth about 9/11 because it leads back to us.

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A blow job is more important than the death of 3,000 of our citizens.

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1814Username says2014-07-03T18:26:41.9738330-05:00
When you don't spend money on an investigation, it is obvious you do not want to find out the truth. It is that simple.
YamaVonKarma says2014-07-03T18:42:00.1613509-05:00
While I agree with the concept of this poll. Not allowing people to have a opposite choice is wrong. Not voting on principle.
1814Username says2014-07-03T19:09:42.5451758-05:00
@YamaVonKarma --I gave people an opposite choice. Really that is what we are saying is that a blow job is more important than the deaths of 3,000 people. If this was not true, we would have spent more on the 9/11 investigation. My answers cut to the heart of the issue without being politically correct.
SweetTea says2014-07-04T15:06:28.3445960-05:00
With Lewinsky, the GOP was attempting to get ride of the Democrat in the Oval Office. Instead, Senators from their own party [along with Dems] voted to acquit him. It was purely political. On 9/11 the GOP was afraid that something could implicate the Bush 43 administration now in the White House. Any mishandling of intell data, or failing to follow-up, could be seen as criminal negligence. With the deaths of nearly 3K at stake, some American & others foreign, no one wanted to risk such embarrassment.
SweetTea says2014-07-04T15:07:31.5553908-05:00
*TYPO*TYPO*TYPO* " ... The GOP was attempting to get RID ..." *SORRY!!!
Criomorph says2014-07-04T20:55:35.8795212-05:00
I like it how some asshat actually voted for 2.

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