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You are reading topic "VEGAS ODD'S RESIGN, IMPEACH, STAY?" in forum "Politics As Usual!."

PETER SCOTT
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(Posted Monday, September 14, 1998, 4:33:00 PM)

Hay Gang, living here in Vegas I'm sure it won't be long before the Sports Books post a proposition bet on Clintons fate. I'm serious by the way. What would you bet with your $100 dollar bill?

CLINTON WILL BE:

1. IMPEACHED

2. RESIGN

3. BE CENTURED

4. STAY IN OFFICE, AND CONTINUE TO RECEIVE BLOW JOBS. LOL!!

Peter Scott





Marc
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(Posted Monday, September 14, 1998, 8:15:00 PM)

MSNBC has reported tonight if Clinton is in office in November, Democrats will have (according to predictions of course) the lowest number of members in the Senate and Congress since 1928. Yes, 1928! I want my hundred bucks on RESIGN.


kelly
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(Posted Monday, September 14, 1998, 10:01:00 PM)

I am betting that he will hang on, refusing to resign ... and virtually guarantee Republican control of the House and Senate.


I don't think Republicans will necessarily move to impeach, because the backlash against the Democrats is likely to be huge, but the Southern Democrats, and those in areas expected to generate particularly close races, may request resignation or start the ball rolling on impeachment proceedings.


OuterSider
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(Posted Wednesday, September 16, 1998, 4:04:00 AM)

Censured... I think that the folks out there recognize political posturing and are tired of it. If the Republicans try and use it against the President I think that the sex lives of a whole lot of Republicans would be coming out. He won't resign and will not be impeached. Nor should he.


JJ3
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(Posted Wednesday, September 16, 1998, 11:00:00 PM)

History 101,


I say let them start impeachment hearings. The last president who had that happen is currently on our $20.00 Bill. I guess it shows it is the economy stupid!!!


L8er


fassbinder
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(Posted Thursday, September 17, 1998, 9:51:00 AM)

Better go back to history class JJ3. The last and only president to be impeached was Andrew Johnson, not Andrew Jackson who's likeness graces our currency.


Steve Jensen
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(Posted Thursday, September 17, 1998, 9:16:00 PM)

OuterSider's got it right. Clinton will be censured, nothing more, and he won't be going anywhere before 2001.


There will be no net loss of Democratic seats in Congress this year.


laredo
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(Posted Thursday, September 17, 1998, 9:24:00 PM)

He'll stay put.Or should I have said "He'll hang in there"? And I don't think that many seats will change hands in either house, either.


tboy
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(Posted Saturday, September 19, 1998, 1:30:00 PM)

if the democrats lose big time in november they will be the ones to ask clinton to resign.i don`t think he will and impeachment proceedings will begin.these polls they are showing saying 67% of americans still think he`s doing a good job are polls done of just random phone calls.how many of those called will be going to the polls in november?that is what will determine what happens.the republicans aren`t the ones who`ll ask him point blank to leave it will be the democrats.diane fienstein says she`s recieved 11,000 calls since last friday when the starr report came out and the biggest part of those calls said impeach him.my bet is he won`t resign but impeachment proceedings will take place.


PETER SCOTT
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(Posted Sunday, September 20, 1998, 1:16:00 PM)

Firstly I am NO fan of the President, but what is happening now is nothing more then a lynch mob. Tomorrow the release of the Grand Jury tapes, and a Zillion pages of background information can do nothing but hurt the President. Congress in my mind ,is throwing out this information in an attempt to force the American public to make the decission for which Congress and the Senate are legally responsible. It appears to me they don't have the stomach to do their jobs, and they are hoping for a grass routes ground swell, giving Democrats the excuse to withdraw support, and demand the President resign. I throw my 100 Bucks on RESIGN, and it won't be long.

Peter Scott



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