timmm55 saidDems Near Clinton Panic Mode
Is silly hyperbole. All Dems? hardly.
You have a screw loose, are you getting paid for all the BS you post?
This may be a difficult concept for you to understand, but his title is directly from the article. In fact, if you get someone who has the capability to google, ask them to google "democrats near panic" and they will show you many articles.
If that person you get hold of is reasonably intelligent, ask them to explain how a party's frontrunner becoming involved with an FBI investigation could cause a great deal of concern.
It's a stupid headline, borrowed from a link or not. You are just as stupid to quote it.
Here's a Republican "panic":
"Republican leaders beginning to panic over Donald Trump"
Notice it says "LEADERS" as a qualifier. I doubt the rebublican rank and file are panicking any more over Trump than I am over Hillary.
She's polling well in Iowa and is still getting plenty of endorsements. A lot of attention has been on Trump, not Jeb Bush. But he too will be brought under the microscope.
"Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush took to the Iowa State Fair's famed soapbox on Friday where he faced more tough questions about his brother's presidency and current instability in Iraq.
One questioner wanted to know why Bush has retained Paul Wolfowitz, one of the architects of the Iraq war, as a foreign policy adviser.
Another person protested to Bush that it was his brother, not Obama, that signed the agreement for U.S. combat troops to leave Iraq by the end of 2011. Bush has argued that the complete withdrawl of combat troops led to the rise of ISIS. "
Jeb is still supporting a very unpopular war. His brother has been charged and convicted of war crimes.
Why We Shouldn't Look the Other Way on Bush's Iraq War Crimes
War Criminal supporter vs E-mail server?
So you want to HEAR Hillary in re: Iraq?
You got it. Min 2:01
Bush had huge support after 9/11. I even supported him.
Then Bush lied about Iraq to get the support he wanted. George W. Bush didn't just lie about the Iraq War. What he did was much worse.
"And it was a campaign. In the summer of 2002, the administration established something called the White House Iraq Group, through which Karl Rove and other communication strategists like Karen Hughes and Mary Matalin coordinated with policy officials to sell the public on the threat from Iraq in order to justify war. "The script had been finalized with great care over the summer," White House press secretary Scott McClellan later wrote, for a "campaign to convince Americans that war with Iraq was inevitable and necessary."
Bush quote: "The Iraqi regime possesses biological and chemical weapons, is rebuilding the facilities to make more and, according to the British government, could launch a biological or chemical attack in as little as 45 minutes after the order is given. The regime has long-standing and continuing ties to terrorist groups, and there are al Qaeda terrorists inside Iraq. This regime is seeking a nuclear bomb, and with fissile material could build one within a year."
What wasn't utterly false in that statement was disingenuous at best. But if there was anything that marked the campaign, it was its certainty. There was seldom any doubt expressed or admitted, seldom any hint that the information we had was incomplete, speculative, and the matter of fevered debate amongst intelligence officials. But that's what was going on beneath the administration's sales job."http://theweek.com/articles/555921/george-w-bush-didnt-just-lie-about-iraq-war-what-did-much-worse
Even Rumsfeld is trying to distance himself:
In an interview with The Times of London, Rumsfeld called the Bush administration's approach to Iraq "unrealistic."
He was referring specifically to the Bush administration's goal of toppling a dictatorship and building a model democracy in the Middle East - and he said,
"I'm not one who thinks that our particular template of democracy is appropriate for other countries at every moment of their histories. The idea that we could fashion a democracy in Iraq seemed to me unrealistic. I was concerned about it when I first heard those words."http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/31294-why-we-shouldn-t-look-the-other-way-on-bush-s-iraq-war-crimes#