You posted the @’s for Peter and Kevlar so I added them to my post also.
To start I will assume that you were meaning the three of us in your comment about Republican-leaning Volkalizers. Let me be clear, I detest the Republican party as much as I do the Democrats. To me they are the same. To emphasize the point, if anyone called me a republican to my face there would probably be a fight.
To the issue at hand. Is Killary guilty of breaking the law? Yes, many multiples of times.
As can be found in the links below.
Over the years she has proven herself to be unethical, involved in criminal activities, and a chronic liar. She has also proven herself to be unfit to hold any political office. If not for the fact that she is the wife of a former president and her willingness to lick obozo’s boots, she would have been imprisoned a long time ago.
Is she guilty of any wrong doing as far as this current accusation? I don’t know. Only time will tell. She could have been doing this so she could hide information about things she has been doing, she may have been doing this so she could communicate with people she shouldn’t be communicating with, or this may be the way she has always done business and never saw the need for a government email address. Any of these are possible.
Here’s where opinion comes in and please note that this is just opinion. She has proven herself to be an unethical liar who will stoop to anything to get what she wants, why should anyone believe that she had this personal email address for anything less than to hide damning information that could harm her career?
Do I think she is guilty because she used a personal email address? No. Do I think she used it for unethical reasons? Absolutely, without question. But they have not proven that yet, so they have no grounds for convicting her of anything, as far as this matter goes.
Back to your original statement about defending republicans, here is the short list of republicans that I find totally repugnant.
1. Sen. Lincoln Chafee (R.I.) Once approached by Democratic Leader Harry Reid to switch parties, Chafee has long supported liberal policies. He backs legal abortion, gay rights, federal-funded health care, strict environmental protections and a higher minimum wage. Opposes ANWR drilling. Also was the only Republican in Congress not to endorse the President’s reelection and one of three who tried to gut Bush’s tax cuts.
2. Sen. Olympia Snowe (Maine) A self-described “centrist,” Snowe scored a 100% pro-choice voting record as scored by NARAL and consistently votes with Democrats on social issues.
3. Sen. Arlen Specter (Pa.) “Snarlin’ Arlen” warned Bush not to nominate judges who might overturn Roe v. Wade, joined Chaffee reducing tax cuts and supported Democrats on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, HMO and overtime regulation. Also opposed school choice in Washington, D.C.
4. Sen. Susan Collins (Maine) Voted with liberals on the 1999 tax cut, campaign finance reform and the partial-birth abortion ban. Also advocated “pay-as-you-go” tax cuts with spending increases in 2004, leading to a budget never agreed upon between the House and Senate.
5. Rep. Christopher Shays (Conn.) He led the House fight for McCain-Feingold campaign finance “reform.” He’s also prone to back environmental causes, gun control and abortion rights. He had no GOP challenger in 2004, but narrowly escaped defeat, 52% to 48%, by a Democratic opponent in the general election.
6. Gov. George Pataki (N.Y.) Helped unions raise pay and unionize Indian casinos. Has said, “I believe in a limited government, low taxes, a tough approach to crime. … But I also believe in an activist government. I’m not one of those laissez-faire types.”
7. Rep. Sherwood Boehlert (N.Y.) Over the course of his 23-year career, he’s gained considerable power (chairman of the Science Committee), despite amassing one of the most liberal voting records of any House Republican. Fought back conservative challengers in 2000 and 2002 and could face a GOP challenge in ’06.
8. Gov. Mitt Romney (Mass.) Has said, “I believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country.” Supports civil unions and stringent gun laws. After visiting Houston, he criticized the city’s aesthetics, saying, “This is what happens when you don’t have zoning.”
9. Rep. Michael Castle (Del.) As president of the moderate Republican Main Street Partnership and key player in the so-called Tuesday Group lunches, he is a ring-leader of RINOs. He’s teamed with Democrats to make federal funding of embryonic stem cell research one of his top priorities.
10. Rep. Jim Leach (Iowa) One of only six House Republicans to vote against the Iraq War resolution in 2002, he was also the only Republican to vote against President Bush’s 2003 tax cuts. His support for environmental causes and abortion rights has won him liberal fans.
If you ever, and I mean ever, see me defend any one of these pieces of garbage, you call me on it and I will never post on this site again. This bunch of pond scum and the many like them are the reason my blood pressure rises when I even hear the word republican.
You said, “Everyone should judge their own party just as hard as they judge the opposing.”
“Today, I am going to defend my party………..”
Having made statements like that and knowing Killary’s background, how are you being objective when you defend her?