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About the FBI Director's decision
« on: July 06, 2016, 11:32:02 pm »
I couldn't believe no one had brought this up so I asked Ogre if there was a prohibition on political topics. he gave me the go ahead, so.....

America died on 5 July 2016, 240 years after it was born.

Seriously, that's how strongly I feel about this.

Comely came right out n the open yesterday and admitted that there are standards of justice in America, one for the elite and the other for all the rest of us peons.

This isn't the first time Comely has given a Clinton a pass. he was the decision maker/investigator looking into Bill Clinton's pardons and commutated sentences at the end of his Presidency. Comely didn't think there was enough to charge him with anything either even though sixteen of the pardons were for the FALN Puerto Rican terrorists who planted 120 bombs which killed six  in America. That's the same group that killed a uniformed Secret Service Agent while they attempted to kill President Truman in 1950.
http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/262389/comey-clintons-and-clemency-lloyd-billingsley
You have to love the timing of this. Bill Clinton flies into phoenix and waits at the airport for Loretta Lynch's plane to land. No one can find any reason for him to have been in Phoenix but he claimed he was there for a round of golf. The day time temperature in Phoenix on that day was 107 degrees F. not heat index. No one has been able to find where he played golf and he is no longer answering questions about it.

I am sure it was just a coincidence. Later that day, the NBC political editor announced that he had just learned that Hillary would not be charged with any wrong doing.

Remember, that was ten days ago.

And of course, the President announced he was going to start campaigning for Hillary by flying with her on Air Force one on July 5th to North Carolina. Purely coincidentally, Director Comey announces that while Hillary broke a whole bunch of laws, he wouldn't be recommending any charges and today, AG Lynch announced she was accepting his recommendation and closing the case. Hillaryt mean time, stated she would probably be keeping Lynch as AG when she becomes President.

I have never in my worse dreams ever imagined that our country would become so corrupt and our Justice system so compromised.

I just turned 69 years old last month and you know, I may live long enough to hear the shots of another American civil war or more correctly, a new Revolutionary War.

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    Re: About the FBI Director's decision
    « Reply #1 on: July 07, 2016, 12:08:07 am »
    Not much to be said.   They are not even bothering to try hiding their criminality anymore.   
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    Re: About the FBI Director's decision
    « Reply #2 on: July 07, 2016, 01:07:19 am »
    Laws are for thee, not for me.

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    « Reply #3 on: July 07, 2016, 08:24:13 am »
      And to think I know a few dozen people who rabidly support her, KNOWING of her pure evil content......
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    « Reply #4 on: July 07, 2016, 09:47:10 am »
    I couldn't believe no one had brought this up so I asked Ogre if there was a prohibition on political topics. he gave me the go ahead, so.....
    As far as I can tell in over five years here, we have never had such a prohibition.  Only a requirement to discuss them civilly.

    America died on 5 July 2016, 240 years after it was born.

    Seriously, that's how strongly I feel about this.
    I do disagree.  Just as I disagreed when others said the same when Obama was elected, reelected, and when SCOTUS allowed both Obamacare and gay marriage to stand.  None of these are the problem with the country, but all are symptoms of the larger problem - a changing electorate that embraces these things.  If Obama was running for a third term, I have no doubt that he would win.

    Let me ask you, seriously, did you ever think that Obama's justice department would charge her?  Did you seriously think that?  Anyone else would have been charged with something, but the administration's chosen successor?  Suuure...  :yawn

    ...Bill Clinton flies into phoenix and waits at the airport for Loretta Lynch's plane to land. No one can find any reason for him to have been in Phoenix but he claimed he was there for a round of golf. The day time temperature in Phoenix on that day was 107 degrees F. not heat index. No one has been able to find where he played golf and he is no longer answering questions about it.

    ...

    Purely coincidentally, Director Comey announces that while Hillary broke a whole bunch of laws, he wouldn't be recommending any charges and today, AG Lynch announced she was accepting his recommendation and closing the case. Hillary mean time, stated she would probably be keeping Lynch as AG when she becomes President.
    Yes, and they talked about their families.  ;)  That you are incensed at this is good - it means you still care.  That you are surprised is not so good.  Have you ever watched the Godfather or Game of Thrones?  Those are fantasy, yes, but the real world does work that way.  A lot more so than we should be comfortable with.

    Look, you're pissed, and rightly so.  Rather than decry the death of the Republic, (as have so many before you) why not tell us how you are volunteering for the Trump campaign?  Let's stop the b**** the only way we still can.

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    « Reply #5 on: July 07, 2016, 09:49:01 am »
      And to think I know a few dozen people who rabidly support her, KNOWING of her pure evil content......
    I back Trump 100%, not because I really like him, (I do like some things) but because I am completely opposed to Clinton in every way.  I imagine quite a few Democrats are voting for Hillary for the opposite reason.

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    « Reply #6 on: July 07, 2016, 06:05:27 pm »
    I back Trump 100%, not because I really like him, (I do like some things) but because I am completely opposed to Clinton in every way.  I imagine quite a few Democrats are voting for Hillary for the opposite reason.

    Psh, you just love brick masonry and want to see how nice the craftsmanship will be on that wall at the border  :neener. One thing's for sure, as trump says, it's gonna be yuge  :P.
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    Re: About the FBI Director's decision
    « Reply #7 on: July 07, 2016, 08:15:48 pm »
    So will the tunnel under it... :coffee

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    Re: About the FBI Director's decision
    « Reply #8 on: July 07, 2016, 08:27:00 pm »
    As far as I can tell in over five years here, we have never had such a prohibition.  Only a requirement to discuss them civilly.
     
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    Re: About the FBI Director's decision
    « Reply #9 on: July 07, 2016, 08:47:28 pm »
    So will the tunnel under it... :coffee
    Exactly. ;)

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    « Reply #10 on: July 07, 2016, 09:58:16 pm »
    So will the tunnel under it... :coffee
    :rotfl  Once you get serious about ending illegal border traffic you'll find all manner of off the shelf enforcement tools employed.  Seismic and sonic detection devices to find the tunnels, judicious application of high explosives to collapse them, filling said tunnels with irritants and marking chemicals prior to destroying them so as to identify the perpetrators and deter them from being allowed to start them in the first place.  Drone surveillance of the border ( both sides, for as long as it proves necessary ). 

    Once it becomes apparent that nothing larger than bug is crossing the border without our knowledge and consent the game will change considerably.  Those intent on ignoring our laws may see that as an escalation - fine - bring it.   :scrutiny
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