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A Serious Rule, Not a Serious Reaction

March 3rd, 2015

Hillary Clinton seems to have broken rules about using a personal email account for official business while Secretary of State, constituting a “serious breach” of the Federal Records Act.

Which essentially puts her on equal ground with virtually every major player in the George W. Bush administration.

Nonetheless, the rule is there for a reason, and should be followed. If she broke it, that’s bad. [Late update: Or maybe she didn’t.]

And no doubt Republicans will mass all over this like sharks on chum.

It would be nice, however, if before getting to Hillary, they got to the hundreds of Bush administration officials who did this and much, much more. Which will never, ever happen.

But then, hypocrisy is more or less the name of the game nowadays.

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  1. Troy
    March 5th, 2015 at 02:46 | #1

    If it’s Clinton vs. Bush again I’m moving back BEFORE the election.

    I graduated in June ’92 and arrived FOB in Narita that August. I was happy Bush lost but other than that being detached from the US for a while was pretty great.

    I was much more apolitical then though.


    shows how unemployment in LA peaked right when I finished college in 1992 . . . 10%

    Curious after 5 years of recovery the unemployment is still worse than the dotcom recession . . .

    . . . probably an artifact of Gen Y flooding into the workforce now:


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