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post #646 of 3334
Too important to indict. Come one man you know how the world works.
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Too important to indict. Come one man you know how the world works.

 

Yes, I do.  It was more an exhasperated "I don't get..."

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Too important to indict. Come one man you know how the world works.


There are no free lunches. The GOP should be thinking of ways to exact a pound of flesh for Obama's lawlessness.

In the general election: Yet another example of insider Washington, where the powerful look out for each other at the expense of working citizens. They pass laws that they won't live by.


I would up the ante. "Under the Clinton exception, federal workers can store confidential documents on their home computers."
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I'm starting to think the Clinton "top secret" email story might have real legs: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-35446455

BBC reporting it and the article says the White House stated there were top secret emails there. State Department is saying they were only labeled "top secret" at a later date. Seems to me keeping something top secret requires secrecy from the beginning and not when the info is already out there. Wonder how this retroactive labeling conveniently happens on everything on her server deemed "top secret?" VRWC?
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I'm starting to think the Clinton "top secret" email story might have real legs: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-35446455

BBC reporting it and the article says the White House stated there were top secret emails there. State Department is saying they were only labeled "top secret" at a later date. Seems to me keeping something top secret requires secrecy from the beginning and not when the info is already out there. Wonder how this retroactive labeling conveniently happens on everything on her server deemed "top secret?" VRWC?


A Friday afternoon bad news dump. I wait every Friday at 4 p.m. for the latest.

Josh Ernst essentially instructed DOJ not to indict at a presser this afternoon. It looks like the fix is in. But whispers are that Comey won't go down quietly. Apparently the intelligence community is livid. And who knows what information they might leak?
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The 2 people I know with security clearances are up in arms over the new allegations. They claim they would have been drawn and quartered for anything even remotely as bad as what Clinton did.
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The 2 people I know with security clearances are up in arms over the new allegations. They claim they would have been drawn and quartered for anything even remotely as bad as what Clinton did.

A line staff person would have likely been fired for doing that even with non-classified emails. I can't believe anyone is actually defending her on this, especially after the incredibly lame excuses she's offered up, including expecting people to believe she thought "wiping" her computer meant cleaning it with a rag. Actually, I can believe it, because some people are mindless partisans no matter what. I'm obviously conservative, but if a Democrat has to win, I want it to be Bernie, just because Clinton is so fucking corrupt. Like Obama, I think Bernie's ideas are terrible, but he seems very ethical personally.
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Sanders strikes me as an old nut without the wherewithal to run the government. He'd get walked all over by the various ideologues and kooks he'd put into authority.



Say what you will about Hillary (I know I do) but she exudes competence and authority.
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Say what you will about Hillary (I know I do) but she exudes competence and authority.

Yes, but a kook with a false front isn't any better.
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A line staff person would have likely been fired for doing that even with non-classified emails. I can't believe anyone is actually defending her on this, especially after the incredibly lame excuses she's offered up, including expecting people to believe she thought "wiping" her computer meant cleaning it with a rag. Actually, I can believe it, because some people are mindless partisans no matter what. I'm obviously conservative, but if a Democrat has to win, I want it to be Bernie, just because Clinton is so fucking corrupt. Like Obama, I think Bernie's ideas are terrible, but he seems very ethical personally.

Two things happens with sanders winning, congress passes NOTHING he proposes or he starts using EOs until congress creates a bill stopping the presidents ability to use them.
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Say what you will about Hillary (I know I do) but she exudes competence and authority.

Competence is not a word I associate with Hillary. In fact I struggle to think of any real accomplishments she owns not associated with being married to Bill Clinton. Except maybe being corrupt. She's pretty good at that. Everything else, not so much.
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Competence is not a word I associate with Hillary. In fact I struggle to think of any real accomplishments she owns not associated with being married to Bill Clinton. Except maybe being corrupt. She's pretty good at that. Everything else, not so much.

She's a brilliant businessperson. She invested $1,000 in cattle futures and ultimately netted $100,000.
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She's a brilliant businessperson. She invested $1,000 in cattle futures and ultimately netted $100,000.

Even better...they were "dead broke" just 16 years ago and now have a combined net worth somewhere around $120 million PLUS they control somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 a billion dollars with their Foundation.
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Even better...they were "dead broke" just 16 years ago and now have a combined net worth somewhere around $120 million PLUS they control somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 a billion dollars with their Foundation.

Grifters is indeed a good description.
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Grifters would be appropriate if this were being done on the sly, covertly without the victims becoming aware until after the fact. It gives her too much credit. The results are good for her, clearly, but it's being done quietly openly for anyone paying attention. It's really remarkable.
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