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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: May 04, 2017, 07:50:48 PM »

So Gersh Kuntsman
...ahem big supporter of hiliarys until.....a real libber.

1. She was, indeed, untrustworthy: Remember her fainting spell at the 9/11 ceremony? Remember how long it took for her to tell the truth? Remember how that reminded every voter in America that Hillary Clinton’s first instinct is to lie? Just like she did when she claimed she had taken sniper fire during a First Lady trip to Bosnia. Just as she did when she said she never sent classified documents over her private email server

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: May 01, 2017, 09:04:12 PM »


........i guess I wasn't alone in thinking hiliary political career was over after Benghazi and her illegal email setup....

Others didn't like her i said many times....democrats dont even like her... is an oldie but a goodie from a koolaide drinker who has been vanquished to the "just so" chorus.....hahahaaha!!!!


Pardon, but I know nixon wasn't tried nor convicted. Not the point, either.  But he could have been put on trial.

Vos sumo non intelligere.


I think that you are failing to understand. You seem outrage and/or entertained. There's only one problem- when everything is an outrage, nothing is. When we can add -gate to every controversy (quick- are you a Brady supporter or hater), then who cares? More importantly, when everything devolves into an undifferentiated mass of "Benghazi / Fast & Furious / Vince Foster / Whitewater / Birth Certificate / Lois Lerner / Unprecedented Executive Power / NSA / whatevs" then people tune out. They tune out even more when the stakes seem so ... petty and small.

More importantly, you make the common mistake of believing that other people care *the exact way* that you care. First, the people that care the same way you care is small. Second, there is another, equally small, portion of people that care an equal, but opposite, direction as you do. Finally, the vast majority of people *don't care.* The can't name the Supreme Court justices, are hard pressed to name their own (federal) Senators, and haven't a prayer of naming their own state legislators ... let alone the ones outside of their district. That's fine- they have better things to do- watch football, make money, play with their children. They will probably start tuning into the election, kinda, sometime next year.

But, sure, the keyboard commandos will have fun. One side will say, "But, but, but, X person violated the law." And one side will say, "Partisan witchhunt." And 99% of the time, it's just background noise. Guess what? Nothing will happen, people will move on, and one side will vaguely remember a partisan witchhunt, and one side will vaguely remember that Hillary Clinton broke the law and got away with it. But most people just won't care, except for the influx of stupid ads during the election.

Same as it ever was. Does that mean nothing will happen this time? I don't know for sure- unlike you, I don't make dramatic and certain pronouncements. But I make probabilistic (Bayesian) assessments based on what I know, and I'm willing to back them up. You? Eh.... It seems you're not as confident in your ability to predict. Because something tells me that deep down, you enjoy making big statements, but fear that like Charlie Brown and Lucy, you've been sold a false of goods. That you're very excited to kick that football, but .... well, you should know enough by now to know you'll end up on your behind.

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 22, 2017, 05:11:28 PM »

Repeat after me.  To win the presidency of the united states one must win the most electoral votes;full stop.

Winning the popular vote means nothing.....nothing....becaus e, that will not win the presidency and it is stupid to think that hillarys 5 trillion or 50 trillion votes in California or New York shows serious ignorance....that logic alone touted by the Clinton "post election koolaide clean the white stains out of hiliarys diapers" shoes that its a good thing she IS out of political clout.

Get it? If you are a person who has said that Hillary winning the popular vote means anything at all you are precious and folks privately laugh at your puerile naivety.😉😄😄😄😄

Trump won the popular vote where it in Pennsylvania.

Huma will write a book to bring her boss back from the dead.
But huma was ordered to do it and is beating a dead horse.

Hillary is finished.. accept, regret, retreat, defeat. Hillary lost.

Winning Texas or California or new York means nothing

Didn't Mondale win the popular vote in one state????

Fun to mock

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 20, 2017, 07:59:43 PM »

Dont believe me? Look at how Bernie did in the rust belt.


Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 20, 2017, 07:52:40 PM »

With all the hubub coming from hiliarys new book which is called Shattered its a wonder how so many people got her "inevitable" win wrong.
I knew she was not going to make it and so many koolaide drinkers--like two "supposed lawyers" on this maintain Ing a low profile and the other one who I lol about....didn't quite grasp the political gravity of hiliarys secret e mail set up to thwart inquiry, and keep her "pay to play" operation open which the FBI found criminal negligence but chose not to prosecute.....
Thank god Comey verbal indicted her back in July 2016. And exposed her criminal mid deeds.....hell...even Aaron Hernandez was not convicted of murders he actually committed and the one he was sent to jail for is bow null and void.....ah justice.

But I digress....
Many if us knew that hiliarys campaign was a mess.
Deny, obfuscate and move on do not work anymore, bubba!

She ruined herself--- she, like guilty folk of course knew it--- so did many others.

Who cares? Who feels sorry? Stupid people who dont pay attention to disingenuous base dangerous and incompetent behavior.

Now the best part--- what was truly some awesome "shade" thrown missa hilliarys way today came at the hands of ted Nugent, kid rock and Sarah Palin. Sarah Palin for all her faults is a strong feminist opportunist. Yes, she clings to guns and religion but those are guaranteed in the constitution. And she has every right to mock hillarys loss and rub it in hillarys face.
Ted Nugent and kid rock are the salt in the wound....but hell, this is america and Hillary needs to know that despite their deep faults and somewhat warped ideology have a right to mock the first lady.
It is funny to see those three around her "fake smiling visage" gesturing and showing disdain.
Hillary deserves every bit of it.

Hillary mocked the deaths of Americans in standing over their dead bodies and blaming a video....

Sorry folks....that is worse.

So while I'm a green libertarian. Hillary is a warmonger....mocked the death of kadhafi. Laughed about ruining a 12 year old girls life wo was raped. And I'm not a fan of many conservative values.
Hillary is still worse....

So, let the mockery continue until Hillary is retired. Lmfao

I dont like kid rock at all...he is not talented but he recognized that we needed real radical change in our country.....not obama change... ted Nugent for all his bigoted statements supports the 2nd amendment and Sarah Palin is a feminist... Like it or not.

That bit of shade was awesome....

So, for many of you reading that you despise or find distasteful those pictures of the trio posed in front of Clinton.
Now you know how I along with others feel about Hillary herself.

Feels good doesn't it.
We are free of Clinton and her sexist ideology toward women who she and bill destroyed and those who died following hiliarys warmongering narcissistic policies

Do you feel the Bern????

Well you should. And next time you'll listen.
Bernie could have beaten trump.
How does that feel???

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 15, 2017, 04:39:36 PM »
There are many women in politics who have been brilliant and successful...
There are many women in politics who continue to be successful and have risen to the top...
How did they get through all the misogyny and sexist attacks but not Hillary???

That is the question to ask.

Hillary is a misogynistic "looney toon" herself....

Ask yourself the question? Put the kookaide  down...

Do you think Hillary Clinton is a narcissistic looney toon?

Is that sexist for me to ask this question?

Also, check out the film, The Contender " in it a politician stages his own form of "heroics" like arriving in a war-torn country to smiles and waves---but instead claim that you heroically survived a hail of gunfire.

Please....that lie alone is what sunk hiliary for most "angry male Americans" and most "angry female Americans"...

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 15, 2017, 04:22:47 PM »

David Mascriota, who writes for Salon had a beautifully written article full of sound and fury yet signifying nothing.

Why? Because he doesn't want to write about the obvious base lies of Hillary Clinton.

I'll just write about two of them--
First, Hillary claimed that she and Chelsea arrived in former Yugoslavia under a hail of gunfire--and had to duck and run...
Then video emerged that in reality she arrived smiling, walking slowly and waving when she and Chelsea landed there.

A lie, small?  It's a major problem when a politician openly speaks about a serious event to draw sympathy and then we find out it was not factual---hypocritical and base.

Then, same politician borrows a line of rebuttal and chastisement from someone else--you are entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts--and then makes up her own facts--again, but reinforced hypotitical nature.

Then, same politician stands over the dead bodies of people-- knowing full well how their deaths occurred through a militarily planned guerrilla attack--but chooses instead to belittle, simplify and remove the dignity which they deserve by blaming a video...

So, David wrote an article without examining any of the reasons why people would never put this woman in a position of governing.

There is also a great deal more of Hillary Clinton's failures--but David blames sexism...

This is laughable!

There are many brilliant women in politics today--Hillary is not one of them.

Her shrill, voice was the least of her problems.

Her marriage of convenience to bill Clinton and her  enabling her husbands dalliances shows that she deeply doesn't really care about the women bill hurt...
How is that fighting for women? In any way?

Hillary is a half baked Peron...sent into this world scarcely made up...
Blame God for why she lost. It's a more solid argument, David.


This dude is a very late to the game apologist...

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 15, 2017, 06:56:15 AM »

I knew hiliary Clinton was never going to be elected President.

It is NO shock to me that she lost.

At ALL!!!!

I never believed all of the state polls.
If you were shocked, you might stop drinking koolaide.

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 04, 2017, 04:09:06 AM »

James Buchanan was a disaster.  And his early career mirrors Hillary Clinton's in that they both struggled as lawyers and then tried to con everybody that they "evolved" or told people what they thought folks wanted to hear....

And ultimately failed to accomplish anything of any merit.

Buchanon brought us The Civil War.
Hiliary brought Lybias Civil War and Benghazi deaths.

TWO ineffectual lazy Fuchs.

Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: April 04, 2017, 03:59:17 AM »
Amy Chozik a new York times shill....and Bennet and Barnes wrote this article today about one of the worst politicians in history.

They think perhaps that this politician STILL is running for president so they wanted to onec again

Sell us some rotting dead animal meat....stinking old feces...
I'm laughing hard because AMERICANS dont eat this crap....

TOO LATE to the table the morons at the new York times are recycling a tired old hack of a politicians early career to show how great this shills career was.

It's bullshite

Here is there article

James Buchanan, Jr. was born in a log cabin in Cove Gap, Pennsylvania (now Buchanan's Birthplace State Park), in Franklin County, on April 23, 1791, to James Buchanan, Sr. (1761–1821), a businessman, merchant, and farmer, and Elizabeth Speer, an educated woman (1767–1833).[4] His parents were both of Ulster Scots descent, the father having emigrated from Milford, County Donegal, Ireland, in 1783. One of eleven siblings, Buchanan was the oldest child in the family to survive infancy. Shortly after Buchanan's birth the family moved to a farm near Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, and in 1794 the family moved to Mercersburg itself. Buchanan's father became the wealthiest person in town, becoming a prosperous merchant and investing in real estate.[5] The family home in Mercersburg was later turned into the James Buchanan Hotel.[6]

Buchanan attended the village academy (Old Stone Academy) and, starting in 1807, Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.[7] Though he was nearly expelled at one point for poor behavior, he pleaded for a second chance and subsequently graduated with honors on September 19, 1809.[8] Later that year, he moved to Lancaster, which, at the time, was the capital of Pennsylvania. James Hopkins, the most prominent lawyer in Lancaster, accepted Buchanan as a student, and in 1812 Buchanan was admitted to the bar after an oral exam. Though many other lawyers moved to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania after it became the capital of the Pennsylvania in 1812, Lancaster would remain Buchanan's home town for the rest of his life. Buchanan's income quickly rose after he established his own practice, and by 1821 he was earning over $11,000 per year (equivalent to $197,918 in 2016). Buchanan handled various types of cases, including a high-profile impeachment trial in which he successfully defended Pennsylvania Judge Walter Franklin.[9]

Buchanan began his political career in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1814–16) as a member of the Federalist Party.[10] The legislature met for only three months a year, and Buchanan's notoriety as a legislator helped him earn clients for his legal practice.[11] Like his father, Buchanan believed in federally-funded internal improvements, a high tariff, and a national bank. He emerged as a strong critic of the leadership of Democratic-Republican President James Madison during the War of 1812.[12] When the British invaded neighboring Maryland in 1814, he enlisted as a private in Henry Shippen's Company, 1st Brigade, 4th Division, Pennsylvania Militia, a unit of light dragoons, and served in the defense of Baltimore.[11][13] Buchanan is the only president with military experience who did not, at some point, serve as an officer.[14

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