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  • Little-Acorn

    We can only HOPE the truth is catching up with her, at last. So far for 30+ years, it hasn’t.

    The truth is the absolute enemy of liberals. When people know the truth about them, they lose huge. Most of their effort goes into concealing the truth, or lying about it, or changing the subject when it comes up.

  • JTC

    Clinton: “That’s what’s wrong — his mind has been poisoned by lies…”

    Now that is the Natural Truth. Irony, thy name is Slick Willie.

  • bob in houston

    Nothing is going to happen to her, the DOJ will flat out decline to prosecute even if the FBI have the ballz to suggest it, Her base sees her ability and willingness to do anything to win as a bug not a feature and the Repubs are too worried about the rioting in the streets from the left , people think it gets crazy sometimes when the EBT systems go down for a couple of hours, think how it would be if the Dem front runner was indicted, it would make the Rodney King riots look like an Amish bake sale.

    • H_B

      Trump has said he would prosecute her if elected.

      • bob in houston

        Campaigners for public office often say lots of things, whether or not they follow through once they are firmly ensconced in the office picking out a new Presidential rug is a whole ‘nother thing.

        • H_B

          True, but I don’t know of a better shot at seeing her finally get justice.

          • bob in houston

            SMOD landing directly on her has a better chance of happening, and frankly, I would find it much more satisfying than any sort of show trial.

          • H_B

            Super Model Of Death? That’s what Google says you’re talking about, because I have no idea.

      • Grape

        Trump would not be in a position to either indict or prosecute – those are not presidential powers.

        • H_B

          The president can direct the Attorney General to look into prosecution for a known situation – the same way that Obama is directing Lynch not to.

          • Bob in Houston.

            Never. gonna. happen. Trump would never risk the possibility that every single one of his properties would be burned to the ground, looted or boycotted by the looney liberal left, not to mention every Dem Gov. official in the country throwing up roadblocks to all his future endeavors out of spite. Elections are just not gonna fix this.

    • interventor

      Last time the left rioted big time before presidential election, we got Nixon.

      • H_B

        And that was before the Blue Lives Don’t Matter movement.

    • Old Codger

      ” it would make the Rodney King riots look like an Amish bake sale.”

      More like an Amish wake.

    • Henry

      “think how it would be if the Dem front runner was indicted”

      Why should it bother them? Dem constituencies routinely elect candidates who are behind bars or even in the coroner’s chiller.

  • bob in houston

    Deny, ignore and hand wave it away, its pretty much the Dems winning strategy

    • WayneM

      Yet somehow they keep getting elected. I guess it goes to show buying votes pays dividends.

      • bob in houston

        Indeed it does and now the people that vote for a living outnumber those of us that work for a living, whats that old saw? the politician that robs Peter to pay Paul can always count on Paul’s vote?

        • Precisely so.

      • Calvin

        They continue to get away with things because the establishment republicans don’t finish the job. You catch someone like Hillary Clinton dead to rights and it is a time for educating the voters and then prosecuting the perp until they go to prison. Too many times you get a Leahy outcome; you don’t run for reelection and we don’t prosecute. A few years later, the Leahy is back.

        • Old Codger

          That’s because the establishment Repubs have as much to lose as the Dems if status quo is upset.

  • Kafiroon

    “The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.” – Alexis de Tocqueville
    Actually, it is the Dems and Repubs Parties that have bought public votes for Many, many years with money from those that actually earn money. And those that have large money just buy their way out.

  • Spin Drift

    And Vince Foster still can’t be reached for comment, but I hear he’s been hanging around waiting for the truth himself.

    Spin
    Molon Labe
    War Damn Eagle
    Vote for Ted

    • Pamela

      Wonder if Vince sees Ron Brown floating around these days

      • H_B

        I want to know if Sandy Berger would have any comments about Bill Clinton and Al Qaeda.

      • interventor

        Probably with a headache from the second different caliber bullet recently found to exist.

        • Henry

          Them throat-area headaches can be hell. 🙂

  • Ozymandias

    The last time I remember her telling the truth was eight years ago, during the primaries, when she said Obama wasn’t qualified to be president.

    • bob in houston

      “Look on my cankles ye Righties and dispair! CACKLE CACKLE CACKLE!!!” Jeez I hate that woman.

    • SteveInCO

      Ozy, she probably didn’t believe he was unqualified. Sayng something she didn’t believe, that would make her a liar even then, even if what she said happened to be true by accident.

      • Old Codger

        Hey! Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.

  • eon

    Two burned-out, bummed-out ex-college radicals desperately trying to convince themselves that they’re still “relevant”.

    The thing is, they never were.

    All they have left now is what they wanted from the start; revenge on America for the crime of existing.

    Imagine that with control of the football.

    clear ether

    eon

    • interventor

      The programming codes would need rewriting. Specifically preclude US from targeting.

  • I can’t stand that damn Carpet Muncher…or her husband either!

  • JTC

    Been reading some stuff by the smartest black dude in the land (ever since that seat was vacated by Sowell selling out)… gives an idea what black America could/would be if left to its own device.

    Not sure I agree with one thought of his though; that Trump should announce that if elected he will nominate Cruz for scotus. http://mychal-massie.com/premium/my-suggestion-to-donald-trump/
    Not that I don’t think Ted wouldn’t make a great justice, no doubt he would be an activist jurist for direct-read Constitutionalism, and that would be awesome.

    It’s more that I think Ted is best suited for potus after as I’ve said marinating for four years under a Trump renaissance. Trump ain’t up for the long term; market disruption and systemic cleansing is his gig, while restructure for the longer term is Cruz calling. No doubt a guarantee of Ted as a supreme arbiter for decades is appealing and might seal the deal for Trump for conservatives on the fence, but I gotta disagree on this one because I think the path to the rebuilding of the republic is…

    Trump/Cruz ’16
    Cruz/? ’20-’24

  • xdcpd085

    Remember the two most important Democrat mantras:

    “Vote early, vote often…”

    “Bring out your dead! Bring out your dead!”

    • Bunkerbuilder

      Don’t forget the imported votes….

      In Chicago, some of the electors that voted against Lincoln for Breckenridge? are STILL voting….

  • Wulfenite

    I love their “poor house” out in the Hamptons.

  • jane

    Say hello to Madame President in 2017. The fix is in, has been for some time. Have no idea how the country will survive, but it has come to this.

    • H_B

      Don’t surrender to despair. Fight.

      • Old Codger

        And exactly how, pray tell, is one to do that? Soapbox? Nope! Nobody in power is listening. Ballot box? Remember Stalin’s sage quote,” Those who cast the vote decide nothing. Those who COUNT (emphasis mine OC) the vote decide everything.”

        All that’s left is the cartridge box. Ready to go down THAT road, are you? I think this is a genuine serenity issue. Are you wise enough to tell that?

        • H_B

          You’ve already given up. The rest of us who haven’t really don’t need to hear you try to justify to yourself that you’ve done so. Nor do we need to hear how embarrassed and upset you are that we haven’t given up when you have.

          *All Out Of Patience.*

          Obviously people are going to try to cheat. The republican establishment is already doing that, today, with switching Texas Trump votes to Rubio ones – and people are pointing it out and fighting back. Of course no one in power is listening – that’s why they’re losing so badly and mystified by their losses. Of course it’s hard – if it were easy it wouldn’t be an issue.

          Anything worth creating takes effort to build or redeem. If you’re going to surrender before the battle is even fully joined, then at least give the respect to not boost the adversary and get out of the way.

          2nd Corinthians 4:8-9
          https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2%20Corinthians%204:8-9

          • Old Codger

            Look, Trump Worshiper, you did not answer my question. How pray tell, do you plan to “fight”? Other than casting your ballot – which my wife and I did on the 2nd day of early voting – what do YOU propose to do? It is not a matter of “giving up” but of recognizing that is going on.

            Did you understand the reference to the “Serenity Prayer”? Here it is in its entirety:
            O God,
            Give us the serenity to accept what cannot be changed,
            The courage to change what can be changed,
            And the wisdom to know the one from the other.
            (Reinhold Niebuhr 1892–1971)

            I prefer to replace “courage” in the 2nd line of the prayer with “strength” because, for me, courage is not an issue. I also pray for that strength first before asking for serenity. But I have lived long enough to have learned that some circumstances are not within our power to change. It is in those situations that we need serenity.

            By the way, here is how I pray Niebuhr’s prayer:
            O God and Father in Heaven,
            Grant me the strength to change what I CAN change,
            The serenity to accept what I cannot change,
            And the wisdom to distinguish one from the other.

            Now does that sound like someone who “gives up”. And I am most certainly not embarrassed; nor am I trying to justify my choice. A wise man (or perhaps a man whom I consider to BE wise) once told me, “Son, you can try wizzing on a forest fire if you like but in the end about all you’re going to accomplish is getting your johnson burned.”

            Remember, sometimes the Creator’s answer to a prayer is “Shut up and live with it.”
            https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+Corinthians+12%3A9&version=KJV

          • H_B

            Why yes, you sound exactly like someone who has given up. “Oh well, it can’t be fought so there’s no point in spending the effort, and I’m so wise for having surrendered” – that’s pretty much the definition. And “you won’t give me a paint-by-numbers set of instructions as to how to counteract all the bad out there, so it can’t be done and I can feel satisfied not figuring out how to push back on my own” doesn’t absolve you of it.

            Nice delegitimizing ad hominem in your first line too. I am all out of patience with you. Go wallow in your despair and tell yourself it makes you feel warm. I won’t help you anymore.

        • S Hooks

          I think this is a genuine serenity issue. Are you wise enough to tell that?

          More likely to become a “Serenity” issue. Just ask Malcolm Reynolds. 😉

          • B Woodman

            “I aim to misbehave.”

    • When Warren Buffett stated, “She will run and she will win”, I knew the fix was in, and the republic was doomed. With electronic voting, does anyone think it could be actually NOT rigged?

      • Bob in Houston.

        Exactly, hell she didn’t even really have to run, just state that she wanted the job and then wait for the media, the unions, the entertainment industry, the education system and so on to carry her palanquin across the finish line.

      • Old Codger

        I figured the fix was in from the get go.

  • chuck...

    The threat of riots only works if you are afraid and unwilling to control insurrection by overwhelming force. Make it plain that rioting is punishable by death and then act upon it and the number of rioters will very quickly drop to zero. Cremate the dead and spread the ashes and do not allow public memorials to the criminals. Repeat ass necessary and the cache of public insurrection will quickly disappear. Take back America from the lawless thugs!

    • norm

      Careful what you wish for.

    • Bob in Houston.

      Thats exactly why rioting works though, because our Gov. IS unwilling to control insurrection by overwhelming force. One of these days the illegals at all of our borders are going to realize that all they have to do is hit the border in mass, what are we going to do? shoot them? never going to happen, as long as our rules of engagement include no acceptable civilian casualties period, we will never win another war/battle/riot/invasion, what have you.

  • Bill

    Sorry. It might make some good theatre but fillabustering to the point of being thrown out really doesn’t cut in your arguments favor. To say it isn’t her fault begs the question, whose was it then. Of course we all know it was her fault on many levels for doing nothing and instantly lying about the root cause. So much to be ashamed of.

  • Big Jim

    A heavy crackdown on rioting will inevitably bring out the ghosts of the Bonus Marchers and Kent State. Dissimilar situations to be sure, but the leftists will trot them out. So be it. Respond like Texas just did with a mob of bikers. I don’t care who started that fight, they most all came expecting or looking for trouble.

    • Spin Drift

      Big Jim, if you are referring to Waco last year then you are mistaken. Most came for the confederation meeting. These are unifying gatherings of biker groups to address and coordinate action on unfair legislation. They are not biker throw downs. It was a set up massacre and 170 arrested in a cattle call roundup. Note that the majority of people were killed by small caliber high velocity upper torso and head shots like those fired from SWAT weapons. Please do a simple inter-tubies search before lumping what happened in WACO as mob action.

      Spin
      No colors but my own

  • Bill G

    Slick certainly is not accustomed to being questioned rigorously, but he’s too old in the biz to let it throw him.
    He’s probably amused at seeing she hasn’t learned yet that she is nowhere near the liar he is and never will be.

  • FXDWG69

    Fire mission accomplished. Semper Fi.

  • Gus Bailey

    Good rendering on Bill.

  • Erik

    Hillary is evil in a bottle, but I’d rather have her on the (D) side of the ballot than Sanders. Frankly, Trump vs. Clinton is my dream ticket. “Big Party” identification is already at an all-time low, and nothing else could possibly peel more people off into third parties.

  • RayNAiken

    You want to punish her? Take her money and homes from her & deny her holding any political office…ever!
    That woman won’t serve time in a conventional prison. She may confined to what we would consider a rest home. It won’t be near the hardship prison Martha Stewart was in. There is one not too far from me that houses “political type felons”. It has golfing, tennis, just about anything but water sports. They probably get bused to that.

  • interventor

    No golf on any of the low security prisons. They do have tennis. Doubt old Cankles could play without chucking up a hairball.

    • Old Codger

      I seriously doubt she will even be indicted. People like her simply do not get punished for their misdeeds no matter how heinous. I have not observed justice to be any more common a commodity than sense, decency or courtesy.

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