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QI know someone who believes Clinton was a good president. Should I suggest professional help or just ignore?

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#1grayAnswered at 2012-12-11 00:31:42
Help them become a leader if they are to emulate the 90 economic boom . ( Welcome back )
#2JAndu AnduAnswered at 2012-12-11 01:46:58
I'm a recovering Democrat . Even voted for Jimmy Carter , the 1st time . I attend Ex Democrats Anonymous. Conservative vote has cured me .
#3ShaennaAnswered at 2012-12-12 00:15:06
This person is smart ! Do not let him / her FOX News Watch or listen to hate radio ! A mind is a terrible thing to waste !
#4kurtisAnswered at 2012-12-13 03:30:17
Here's how Republican TRAITORS UNDERMINED AMERICAN RESOLVE DURING OPERATION SUCCESSFUL Clinton in the Balkans . REMEMBER , not a single U.S. soldier died .
#5[hamlet]Answered at 2012-12-13 14:56:44
This is a very serious response . From Bill Clinton's favorability rating is 60 % versus 34 % for Bush , I would consider suggesting to ignore it and attend to their own need for professional help . Clinton numbers were not as bad as I was in the middle of Monica -Gate . Glad I could help :) .
#6NikoAnswered at 2012-12-15 01:27:51
Tell Hillary that only she and a few practitioners than this.
#7bibianaAnswered at 2012-12-15 09:56:08
Why not listen ? Why do you suggest professional help for you ... ? Ignoring the other will not help you to know the truth . Consider the wisdom of not listening to someone who disagress with your point of view ... What if he's right and you're wrong ... ? If he is right and you ignore and do not listen , you would be as ignorant as before, if you listen and you're wrong, you might be able to correct it. Or do you not know how to listen ?
#8EmmanuelAnswered at 2012-12-16 09:59:41
Perhaps you could hear your reasons why? Or too narrow minded to even consider the fact that a Democrat had a positive effect on our nation ?
#9jameyAnswered at 2012-12-18 19:55:30
They need to be reviewed to Dimensia . Seek professional help . Then stay away.
#10DanasiaAnswered at 2012-12-25 03:54:19
They're probably talking about tax prosperity and strong social policies right? So just ignore them. If it goes boom , it's over your head .
#11AalishaAnswered at 2012-12-31 19:17:50
Here's a serious answer : in your favorite search engine , type Clinton
#12anuAnswered at 2013-01-02 22:45:58
History will show that Bill Clinton was the best president in the 1900s and GW Bush is the worst president in American history . Look at the facts .
#13ChrissyAnswered at 2013-01-13 05:29:53
Just ignore, there is no point in fighting for the past.
#14PatriceAnswered at 2013-01-20 03:56:46
ust one quick refresher course lest we forget what has happened to many
#15ABBIE Answered at 2013-01-21 09:13:09
Ignore him ... Not a big deal ... Each person can believe whet always want long positions not harming anyone with their beliefs ...
#16LaraAnswered at 2013-01-23 17:56:07
Truth be told , President Clinton was a very popular - if Al Gore had not tried so hard to separate from Clinton during his campaign , that could have been chosen , despite the Monica scandal .
#17keriAnswered at 2013-02-21 11:20:08
His understanding is mostly what you can offer
#18LeezAnswered at 2013-03-05 22:01:11
Probably ignore it unless you think it could hurt themselves or others. There is no known treatment for his deceptions .
#19help!!!Answered at 2013-03-09 06:40:21
Sure you could suggest professional help im youve have to be logged with shrugs great if you are a follower of Bush
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