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Netanyahu faces 3rd indictment: at what point should accused leaders step down?

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Discussion started by Tok Staff:
Police say the have evidence to indict Israeli leader in third corruption case. At what point should political leaders step down?
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Results in this view: Serious Charges 38% - When Indicted 25% - Convicted/jail 25% - Voters Decide 13%
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By Rose Patterson Immediately for netanyahu..facing 3rd indictment. what are the israelis waiting for.
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By Mark Tracey Proof of guilt.
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By Rose Patterson Indictment is proof esp. 3 times
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By Mark Tracey An indictment is not proof of guilt but is the element necessary to initiate a trial. The only trial by judge or jury determines guilt or innocence.
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By William Dykeman yeah but i dont like him.. thats enough
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By Mark Tracey That’s enough to not vote for him, but not enough to him out of office or put him in jail.
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By William Dykeman said the mob that tried to burn hillary clinton at the stake for no reason
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By Mark Tracey Burning Hillary at the stake? No....
Prosecuted for crimes others have gone to jail for, yes.
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By William Dykeman she has committed no crimes , you know she was investigated for years and years and years they kept tharrssing he they found nothng, see what a hypocrite you are, you disgust me
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By Don Baumgartner I agree with William, Hillary Clinton has been investigated some 7 plus times to NO avail. She has committed NO crimes !!!!!
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By Mark Tracey Then FBI director Comey, just weeks befor the election, laid out the items that were criminal, then stated it was poor judgment an said charges would not be pressed. Comey is not in position to make that decision, but the Obama DOJ went along. ANYONE other then Hillary who conducted government business involving classified documents on a unsecured home server would be doing jail time.
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By William Dykeman there was no indication of intent no intent no crime simple as that, she was sloppy, you dont send people to jail for being careless, you might fire them, i understand she probably deserved that, i agreee they should have, after what she did to bernie i have nothing but contempt for her
she might deserve to be arrested for something how ever not this i dont think comey ha any love for her and was just doing his job, you think this is partisan , i dont see that, i see conservative white emn just doing their jobs, and i respect them for that, i hav mor respect for an honest conservative than some crook that claims to agree with my politics, chances are he just wants power and will say anythng to get it
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By Mark Tracey You hang your hat on intent, yet someone in her position as Secretary of State must know the implications of using an unsecured server for classified material. This is one of the reasons the Deplorables did not vote for her.
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By William Dykeman not me the law clearly state that not only must there be intent intent must be PROVEN prove intent
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By Don Baumgartner She would of made a BETTER POTUS then the crack pot we got now. THank God Impeachment will start soon { Jan 2019 or so} !!!
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By William Dykeman would she? really? i hatw trump but clinton is just a neoliberal whuur in some ways shes worse than him
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By Mark Tracey The last election was truly the lesser of to evil. In the case Trumps abrasive style and personality and Hillary’s statist leanings. Bad personality is better the status quo being maintained.
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By William Dykeman what is wrong with the state?
you think building a wall and deporting people is freedom? not for my people
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By Mark Tracey The state, the government , is too big, has too much power and control over citizens. It is to the point that lifetime politicians use government to enhance their own power at the expense of the citizens. That has nothing to do with the wall.
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By William Dykeman thebigger the better in norway 1 in 3 work for the state look at any index norway is considered to be the most advanced nation on earth for quality of life that and canada and canada has gun conrol and socailized medicine. but is also market friendly which is good
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By Mark Tracey Norway is unique in that it is the size of California with a significantly smaller population the majority of which share the same cultural background. There is very little racial, religious or cultural diversity to influence the national discourse. I don’t say that it is a bad thing, but it is a much easier situation in which to get consciences on policy. It is much more like an individual state in the US that had greater power then a centralized National govenment. Each state could development its own social welfare policy to suit its particular needs while contributing much less to the national government in the way of control and tax revenue.
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By William Dykeman what you say is true its the sort of culture that formed my world view the fact that our socieites worked so well spoiled me, the taxes are so high, but from what i understand the netherlands and beguim now have little or no capital gains taxation.. if i can i'm headig home.. why not? you dont want me do you?
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By Mark Tracey Of course, we can make room for you in the basement.
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By William Dykeman yeah but the basement is musty