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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: August 17, 2015, 12:31:30 PM »
....i hear crickets and tumbkeweeds now--- lmao.

So, what was that about the FBI investigating Nixon, ER I mean Clinton?

Just heard Woodward say the sane thing I was writing three weeks ago...

Drip drip drip mrs Clinton.  This slow implosion is fun to watch. 

One thing is for sure. Barring a Republican part that shoots itself in the foot. We are not getting a Democrat in the Whitehouse.
Clinton is legal toast. 

Where is the home brew server now?

This is awesome and hilarious.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: August 09, 2015, 07:59:30 AM »
The investigation into Hillary means jack. Almost all politicians have that stuff happen to them on some level (most often RAPE, full on RAPE) but they do just fine if they have the momentum behind them anyways (the rapists like it from behind I guess) She'll be fine. 100% chance of that.

Even the ones who are "punished" are a joke. Look at her husband, or Olly North. All joke punishments. All still had careers after that too.

Lmao.  It is a joke. That's the point. Even today hillarys right hand man huma abedin is in trouble.  Hillary, huma and her lawyer are all going to be under oath that they turned over all classified documents as ordered by a federal judge.  It is amazing how deep it gets as the summer wears on.

I guess you guys aren't following or don't follow news from legal,  business, political periodicals.  That's ok. You'll catch on soon enough.

"Hillary Clinton's  exempting herself from the practices imposed on the 24,000 Foreign Service officers and Civil Service workers she oversaw has led to resentment from some former subordinates. And by holding onto the official emails until the State Department was prompted by Congress to ask for them, and then deciding for herself which to preserve, Mrs. Clinton may have provoked mistrust even as she asks American voters to send her to the Oval Office."

These emails contain mucho highly classified info that hillaryo  didnto think she'd get caught holding...but she did. 

Small time mishandling of classified info is a criminal punishable offense.

Nixon thought he could get away with his private communications set up and it BURNED him---he was inevitably going to retain the presidency.  He did not.

Hillary is in that same drip drip boat---and she can't use "national security" reasons to hide behind.

Don't believe me.  That too makes this funny that you guys don't care to see it. It's okay.

This is not Whitewater rafting or lying about a cigar job. Lol

Watching hillarys downfall is sad but inevitable.  It makes for great political theatre

Just like tricky male private part nixon

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: August 07, 2015, 06:54:35 PM »
Even a more quirky somewhat ironic twist in the clown car debate was Marco Rubio's sober self confidence and charisma.  The younger politician in the room seemed to be the adult above the fray.

He even attacked hillary clinton on her duplicity and policy--not a character assasination.

He was the only good thing I saw out of the so called debate which ironically again had quite a national audience.


I haven't made up my mind who I'm picking yet but so far Bernie sanders has honesty a real genuineness and a straightforward record to back it up.   Some of the republicans have to do a little more till I find a favorite in their group. 

As an independent we like a good spoiler to an all out one party congress; but we are fickle and two branches of government with one party controlling both can be a release point for beurocratic gridlock---at least for one term of a presidency.

Sorry trump and clinton don't cut the mustard.  If you don't believe me check out the numbersAnd I think most polling of independents don't have us favoring clinton or trump.



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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: August 07, 2015, 06:39:06 PM »
Lol jeez man I guess  hyperbole is too abstract for some people. 
I'm not "betting" literally but I think the more interesting dynamic in the primary race is not democrat/republican/hillary clinton supporter Donald trump---he's a funny bit player---it's the FBI investigation into hillary clinton regarding keeping and destroying classified info. 

Here is why, we have not had such a super high profile politician fall from grace in a drip drip fashion since the FBI began its preliminary investigation of Richard Nixon and he denied any wrong doing up until he had to quit the presidency.   

With hillary clinton, regardless of the actual past and present odds on she becomes president that is all going down the toilet in a drip drip fashion...

If you remember the history of nixons ultimate downfall he was great until he got caught--just like poor hillary.

So, trying to convince people that the trump story is more compelling then hillary clintons inevitable "ness" turning into "not likely at all" is short shrift.

Let me give you an example: I cannot wait until Monday to hear new stuff about hillarys secret server and what the FBI will discover; after that inane supposed debate with trump looking like an ass I could care less about him.  He was mildly predictable and somewhat boring and a buzzkill compared to the hype around his off the cuff remarks. 

Sorry I'm a cynic and Clinton's nixonian parallel and fall from grace is VERY compelling.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: August 05, 2015, 07:32:51 PM »
Ok, 8 I think I get it now.

Isn't Donald Trump a democrat? 

His campaign is more of a stunt by a media craving publicity hound.  He will be around for a while contrasting his train wreck campaign with hillary clintons daily train wreck. 
The other less known swill look a bit more serious, trustworthy, and soberly competent.

Think of how much more Donald will make after a run at the presidency.

Meanwhile I think that taking bets about trump is interesting but the real money should be on hillary clintons fate and outcome? 

She might face some real legal trouble and handling classified info is not taken lightly.

She has so much money she could still run and fight the charges.  But if she loses security clearance she'll be like Nixon considering using the army to keep the presidency. Lol

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: August 05, 2015, 02:29:22 PM »
Still not sure what you mean, 8?  Token plus Uncle Tom?

Is hillary an Uncle Tom?  Is she token plus Uncle Tom?

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: July 29, 2015, 03:34:42 PM »
 No need to wait til the primaries to discuss this further because with the clinton/trump drama there are interesting and fun things every week if not every couple of days.

I understand your token/sheep theory but Obama, while being the "token" in the last two presidential election IS a kickass speech giver---charismatic and engaging.  His speeches and a good swing state map plan got him elected.  If tokens/sheep were the answer Jesse Jackson should have been elected years ago when he ran, right?

Let me ask you this... If the republicans nominate Fiorina and Biden becomes the nominee because clinton was forced out and or Sanders is the nominee do you think that the token female would be automatically elected?

What if Marco Rubio is the nominee against Biden?  Will his "token" Spanish presence be the deciding factor over Biden or Sanders?  How would your token theory work with those setups, 8?

Ps if clinton is under investigation for destroying top secret, classified info she will have to legally deal with it and she will be disgraced like petraeus and Nixon....she doesn't need to deal drugs to Cosby....that was funny, man.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: July 25, 2015, 11:01:27 AM »
The battle between associated press lawsuits for foia and the state department/clinton/Obama camp is fascinating to watch.  I'm not a fan of the 4th estate so I am secretly pulling for the state dept/Obama administration/clinton machine to beat the press and not give up anything and win their war against the press forcing transparency. 

I think the press is one of the most powerful systems in our country and nobody wins over them.  Even when the press get it wrong the mea culpa is usually a tiny retraction.   

But if anyone can beat the press it is the clinton machine...I wish them luck.

The problem now is that the inspectors general have joined the fight for clintons server and soon the dept of justice(obamas proxy) are going to be involved further escalating the war for information.  So this is a non partisan battle.

I hope hillary keeps her server till the end but turning it over my be the only thing that will save her political career...


Battle on!! Don't let the fourth estate win!!!

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: July 25, 2015, 08:58:17 AM »
Lol. We are not going to get to a convention nomination situation.  Clinton has been in the public eye for decades and with negative polls and serious character questions plus potential criminal allegations she will never be able to re convince people that she could be the leader of the free world---deleter of the free world maybe.   

So I say, better call gore.  He could be the new inspiration for clinton disenchantment but get him up and running by Christmas.

Good luck to the clinton diehards, though. 



Denial is tough to endure.

FYI. Trump won't make it either.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: July 22, 2015, 06:28:03 PM »
Wow clinton tanking in swing states.  Better recheck the calculus as Obama would say and......

Better call Gore.

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