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Senator Clinton in plane crash

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Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 13:17:23 -0400

U.S. Senator Unhurt in Air Crash

The Associated Press reports that New York Senator Hillary Clinton, narrowly escaped injury in the aircraft she was piloting when she was forced to make an emergency landing in Southern New Jersey because of bad weather.

National Transportation Safety Board officials have issued a preliminary determination pilot error contributed to the accident, and the senator was flying a single engine aircraft in IFR conditions while only having obtained a VFR rating.

The absence of a post-crash fire was likely due to insufficient fuel on board. No one on the ground was injured.

Photographs below were taken at the scene show the amazing lack of damage to Senator Clinton's aircraft after it came to rest against a stone wall.

She was very lucky.
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A year for February, are you going to re-post this with Senator changed to President?
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Originally Posted by Lonnie View Post
A year for February, are you going to re-post this with Senator changed to President?
Bwaahahahahah, now THAT's funny.
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fuel?

Is hot air ..... flamable, inflamable, or non-flamable?
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A year for February, are you going to re-post this with Senator changed to President?
I hope not! This is the humor section, not the horror section. That's not funny at all.
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I hope not! This is the humor section, not the horror section. That's not funny at all.
Just to make sure this degenerates fully into a political thread...

There's a certain symmetry here: Bush owes his White House pass to Clinton. Specifically, if Clinton hadn't gotten his joint copped in the Oval office and then lied about it, there wouldn't have been the widespread revulsion and backlash that ended up with Bush getting (s)elected to the White House. Sad, but pretty close to true...and pretty trivial given what's happened in the intervening years.

Now if Clinton gets elected, it will be largely be because of widespread contempt of Bush.

We've been suffering through almost 8 years of a national rebound relationship; now I'm pretty sure we're in for 4 more years of the same.

Maybe the new Prez, whoever he or she is, will break the cycle. I hope so.
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The most horrific is thinking that there is the possibility of over two decades of "rule" or "leadership" by the same two families however "opposite" they claim to be. Virtually no difference in their conduct "We and our friends are above the law."
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Ok, I guess this one will be in P&HT soon enough. There's great wisdom in the last two posts. Wouldn't it be refreshing if most of the country voted for a candidate, instead of against their opponent? It would be even better if most people felt the same way 8 years later.
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The masses are left to do...with what they do best.....watch TV. And Politicians know to decry and hate talk their opponent....Ad people prove this tactic works.

Until there is an intellect test for the right to vote....people will vote the way they are told best how to.


Want proof....Drive around your community during the next school board etc election....all you'll see is last name signs.....The person with the most or oddest name...wins. Or do something funny...Ask 10 people leaving the voting booth or wearing their 'I voted" stickers...for 3 reasons why they voted for the local judge or school board person.....DUHHHH 1:10 will have an answer. But all 10 pulled the proverbial lever.
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