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This post was edited by abramicus at 2016-8-25 15:00|
Every election generates a few memorable, quotable quotes.
Clinton can say with a straight face, "'I know there's a lot of smoke, and there's no fire." And you can give her the benefit of the doubt, that there maybe was never any fire. Californians can attest to the fact that for every burning bush video taped from their annual forest fires, there has to be ten smoking ones. Stretch that a little bit by taking the instantaneous velocity of a smoking bush, and there might not be enough time to light it afire.
Or, "Yes, I smoked, but I never inhaled." This, is the acme of ingenuity and eloquence, which forces you to give him the benefit of the doubt, on the spot.
Bill is still the master of the art of the alibi. Bill's theory of smoking is theoretically possible. Hillary's is a physical impossibiity.
But, compared to the degree of corruption in other parts of the world, this is peanuts. Absolute peanuts. If this is a fire, the world should be a conflagration.
So, I would give Hillary a pass, out of respect for the old man and his wit.
The Donald, however, does not have to, because he is in a life and death struggle with Clinton for the highest office of the land. Wonder if outside the world of politics it could have been instead a "love and hate" relationship. Surely, they cannot really hate each other as much as the mainstream media portrayed them doing.
All Trump needs to say is, "where there is smoke, there has to be a fire." It's like the smoking gun. The thing speaks for itself.