Tuesday, July 5, 2016

It's all Rigged!


FBI Director James Comey: We Will Not Indict Hillary Clinton Even Though There is ‘Evidence’ of Violations


Breitbart News, By Patrick Howley July5. 2016

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director James Comey said Tuesday at a press conference that he will not recommend an indictment against Hillary Clinton, though he found “evidence” that she might have violated laws pertaining to the handling of classified information.


Comey announced a number of conclusions that support the findings of Breitbart News’ coverage of the Clinton private email scandal, including that she sent and received information on her private server that was classified. Comey said that 110 of Clinton’s emails were classified at the time they were sent.
Comey said that “although there is evidence of potential violations,” no reasonable prosecutor would take on the case.
Comey at least shared details about that damning evidence.
He also said that seven of Clinton’s email chains contained “Top Secret” information.
“That is excluding any later up-classified emails… None of these emails should have been on any unclassified system, but the presence of these emails is especially concerning,” Comey said.
“There is evidence to support a conclusion that any reasonable person in Secretary Clinton’s position… should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that information,” Comey continued.
“There is evidence that they were extremely careless,” he said, referring to Clinton and her aides.
Comey also noted that individuals in a similar situation would not necessarily be let off the hook with no charges, but would probably face penalties. “But that’s not what we’re deciding now,” Comey said. “We are expressing to Justice our view that no charges be made in this case.”
Comey said that “no outside influence of any kind was brought to bear” on the investigation, even though Attorney General Loretta Lynch recently held a secret meetingwith President Bill Clinton.
Comey said the investigation was conducted in an “apolitical and professional way… I couldn’t be prouder to be part of this organization.”
Then he walked off.

94 comments:

Trooper York said...

The good thing is we can now all agree that the rule of law does not exist anymore and act accordingly.

I trust that Donald Trump learned an important lesson from this.

Trooper York said...

When he is President he should move full speed ahead on deportations, water-boarding, carpet bombing the Middle East and targeting the families of terrorists. The IRS should be unleashed on the Washington Post, New York Times and celebrity liberal journalists. If the bureaucracy refuses to move they should be fired in violation of civil service laws and replaced by the boys in the yarmulkes from Trumps accounting department. If the court issues rulings he should ignore them the way Obama does. Drilling and coal and oil exploitation should commerce everywhere and if the EPA objects they should be incarcerated.

Just as a start.

Leland said...

The laws regarding handling classified information don't require intent, and most laws have clauses fot negligence.

Hillary wasn't the subject of a criminal investigation because she is not a subject. Petraues is a subject. But Hillary is not.

Trooper York said...

It was rigged from the start.

The Clintons are above the law. This proves it.

It is time to upset the applecart.

The Rabble in Arms needs to meet and do what needs to be done before it is too late.

It it is not too late already.

Trooper York said...

If the Republicans had any balls they would institute impeachment hearings against Lynch and the FBI director. Now. Today. Without any delay.

But they won't.

Because Paul Ryan is part of the cabal.

It is all rigged.

Chip Ahoy said...

#riggedsystem

ricpic said...

Look Out, Far Out

In the rigging
Where it's all rigged
I found some peace of mind
By climbing to the fo'c's'le
And scanning the horizon line.

Leland said...

This just in from Bill Clinton, "I didn't intend to ejaculate on that woman, Monica Lewinski"

MamaM said...

I keep waiting for the fresh wind, ricpic.

Which tends to follows a storm.

It's eerie smelling the stink

And watching the rot

In the fetid water

Slowly slide by

As the sky yellows

Methadras said...

Hey guys. How's it going? Don't mind me, I'm just whistling past the graveyard that holds the former United States and it's once great Justice/Legal System. Take care.

The kabuki lulz hurt so much. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Lem said...

What could president Hillary do with the Comey found powers?

edutcher said...

It may well be Willie handed Trump the election with the way he set this up. And keep your eye on who resigns, what leaks out.

this is not over.

Trooper York said...

The good thing is we can now all agree that the rule of law does not exist anymore and act accordingly.

Oh, come on, most big cities don't even try this hard to make things look kosher. This is merely Gilded Age II. Look at the scandals of the Grant Administration. We really have been through this before.

I trust that Donald Trump learned an important lesson from this.

I think he learned it when the Ozark Mafia crashed his wedding.

edutcher said...

And Trump fires back.

Good for him. And Comey's "exoneration" was about the most damning I ever heard. Watch for that to feature in many ads this Fall.

What fascinates me is that suddenly the One True Ted wants to be The Donald's running mate.

I guess the word from TX is he can kiss re-election a fond farewell.

Christy said...

So now we'll get a president subject to extortion by nations hostile to the USA.

I am struggling mightily to find a path to sanguinity.

edutcher said...

You give up awfully easily.

Christy said...

Thanks, I needed that!

Chip Ahoy said...

but but but Trump but but but star.

Sixty Grit said...

“I think Ted Cruz has tremendous momentum,” Stewart said next. “Needless to say, I think there’s some water that needs to be mended in between the two candidates. But that would be my pick.”

Is there even a need to pick that statement apart? Momentum? "...water that needs to be mended"? What does that even mean? Is Alice Stewart related to Jon Stewart?

So yeah, Teddy, good luck with all that - you are going to need it.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

#TheFixIsIn

spit

Lem said...

The top voted reddit comment on this...

This is an absolute outrage! How is what she did any different from Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning? She deliberately mishandled sensitive information, if there were spies they could just tap into her email and see wtf was going on. Who knows what horrible things happened because of this!

On the flip side, giving her benefit of the doubt that she's simply too ignorant of technology to go about this material properly, why is she still capable of being president?! She's proven it through her actions through out history that she knows best, what she wants is above what everyone else wants, so we're just going to keep promoting her to possess the most important position in the country? She's been avoiding the press like the plague, probably because all she's capable of doing is spewing lies and she'd just dig herself deeper into the pile of manure she's created for herself. Even though we all have character flaws, this type of flaw should not even have a chance of being considered for president, it is a huge responsibility. She's so damn selfish and above protocol, while knowingly putting lives in danger because of it (again, if she doesn't do it knowingly it simply highlights how she is not president material).

Obama should be ashamed of himself for campaigning with her, but I'm sure he has no choice because of the level of money exchange they're on.

Methadras said...

Lem,

That may be a top voted comment on Reddit, but there is only one response to any of it:

Hillary nor Obama give. a. fuck.

Trooper York said...

I find it hard to believe that Trump would pick Cruz or that Cruz would accept. The much better pick was Tom Cotton or as has been reported Joni Ernst.

If you read the Tea Leaves you would note that after the recent Sunday Morning interview in which some morons read as a non-endorsement of Trump....that Trump had nothing but nice things to say about Tom Cotton. Now if Trump doesn't need you then the slightest criticism will lead to him attacking full bore as he had done to Little Marco and Lying Ted. But he has nothing but good things to say about Cotton. Cotton has established a little distance but is still respectful and supportive of Trump. Much more so than any conservative this side of Jeff Sessions. I think he is perfectly positioned to be the VP candidate as I have predicted for months.

Trooper York said...

I do think that Trump should reach out to Cruz and offer him the next Supreme Court slot. Especially since there is no way he would be confirmed because he is universally despised on both sides of the aisle.

That should be enough to get Lyn' Ted on board. No need to waste the VP pick on him.

Trooper York said...

What I like about Tom Cotton is that he is a military man and if something happens to Trump he would be uniquely qualified to take action against America's enemies both foreign and domestic.

The elites do not realize that they have released the Kraken. This last brazen flouting of the rule of law is I think the straw that will break the Camel's back.

I have always thought that the next face of the rebellion against the elites will not be anywhere as benign as a silly old orange vulgarian. It will be a blow dried, effective, articulate man who will be ruthless on a scale not seen since FDR. I have long suspected that Tom Cotton is that man.

Caesar followed Sulla. Read your history. Those that ignore history are doomed to repeat it.

bagoh20 said...

I'd vote for Trump at this point even if he ran over my dog, but I'd vote for the dead dog too.

I generally vote for the person who I think would do the best job of preserving and advancing my interests and principles, but I don't even care about moving my direction anymore. We have to kill this god awful embarrassment and shame we now wear as a nation. Even Trump can't embarrass me as much as this woman's election would. Beating her is all that matters now - the election is a singularity! Even if Trump was a terrible president, at least his very existence would not be the foul anti-American stench that Hillary's now is and would be if elected. I will lose so much affection for my own nation if she wins, that I don't think I can get it back. I can accept government corruption and incompetence - that's the nature of the beast, but we (the people) should always be better than our government. We have to be the ones who clean up the mess, fix the defects, kill the infections. If we choose her, we are not the nation I hope we still are. We will not be exceptional any longer.

edutcher said...

Trooper York said...

I do think that Trump should reach out to Cruz and offer him the next Supreme Court slot. Especially since there is no way he would be confirmed because he is universally despised on both sides of the aisle.

Keep in mind it was Ted's girl doing the promoting. I think Trump is happy to lay down the hatchet once Ted endorses him, but I would stay away from SCUS. The One True Ted strikes me as the kind who could easily turn into the next Anthony Kennedy.

As I said, I think Ted knows his days in politics are numbered and this is a last ditch try at getting close to the top spot.

Trooper York said...

I think the court is the perfect ploy to get to act as he always does in the service of his ambitions. If Trump promises him the court he can do it realizes he will never be confirmed. He can even fight for him as hard as he wants and it will not matter. The thing is we need him on board at the convention which I know will happen.

This move with Hillary gives Ted the excuse he needs to sign on. A little bakeesh will just helps the process along.


Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

Actually offering Ted a SCOTUS slot makes a lot of sense.

First of all Trump need not offer it publicly, it can be a private conversation between Ted and Donald. While Ted might not be confirm-able, a Ted hearing would be fabulous. Let the Senator posers argue the law with Ted on TV. If he goes down, it will be downright Borkian.

So what if Ted does not get confirmed. The key is not to follow Ted with an Anthony Kennedy. Find another Hispanic or Black true conservative and run him following Ted.

Trump is probably going to have two, possibly three or more SCOTUS seats to fill.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

Trumpkins, Ted Cruz is not your enemy. Your true enemies are the Establishment GOP who either want to co-op Trump to their crony club or toss him for a frenemy like Hillary they know they can do business with.

edutcher said...

Sorry, I just can't buy it. He is, after all one of the club and part of the Bush dynasty.

His participation in Gang of 8 and TPP make him the wolf in cheap clothing as far as I'm concerned.

And, at this stage, I don't think he'd bring that much support with him.

You might just as well make an offer to Ryan. /ducks

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

Cruz will never be a Veep candidate. There is no upside for him or Trump. I am sure the candidates for veep are the ones being discussed (Cotton, Ernst, Gingrich). Fat Boy would be even worse than Cruz.

edutcher said...

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

So what if Ted does not get confirmed. The key is not to follow Ted with an Anthony Kennedy. Find another Hispanic or Black true conservative and run him following Ted.

That's just it. He strikes me as another Anthony Kennedy, he was certainly willing to go along to get along, if that's what he needed. What's changed?

Trump is probably going to have two, possibly three or more SCOTUS seats to fill.

Maybe 4 - Scalia, RBG, Breyer, and Kennedy. And they'd all better be pure quill Conservatives. All we need is one counterfeit and we're right back where we started.

Trumpkins, Ted Cruz is not your enemy.

First thing to do is lay off the cutesy names. I haven't said Cruzzers in a while, and I don't do NeverTrumpers too often even now.

Just a bit of advice.

edutcher said...

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

Cruz will never be a Veep candidate. There is no upside for him or Trump.

You must be joking. The upside for him is playing George Bush to The Donald's Reagan.

edutcher said...

Off Last Refuge, a fine piece by Sarah Palin Rise up and tear down this tyrannical system

Unite behind those who have no part in the corrupt political machine that would mock, silence and destroy the outsiders committed to serving for the right reasons; oppose all who campaign one way but govern another once they get to Washington and get sucked in to both party establishments that reward and protect their own.

Get your boots on the ground and work for what you know is right for our country's survival. Don't just preach to the choir - infiltrate and influence outside your comfort zone to empower others to take a stand against the Left's devastating fundamental transformation of America.


Reminiscent of MacArthur's "I have returned" speech.

edutcher said...

PS Thanks for the Rule 5 on Olivia, EBL. I know you didn't have to do it.

Trooper York said...

Ed the benefit of nominating Cruz is that he can not be confirmed. It is a win/win for Trump. He gets Teddy on board and doesn't have him in the White House or the Court.

Evi is right. It would be a good show and expose the liberal bias.

He can't be confirmed because Republican traitors like Lindsey Graham, Susan Collins, John McCain and Little Marco will not vote for him. How can he blame Trump for that?



edutcher said...
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edutcher said...

Yeah, but what if that's walking into their trap?

They just might do it on the grounds he's one of them.

BTW, looks like the Bernies are outraged, too.

Anybody else see an opening?

Jim in St Louis said...
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Trooper York said...

It's not a trap Ed. Teddy is a reliable loser. That's his thing. He always loses. He is the Leading Man in Failure Theater.

Don't sweat it. Co-op him with a token. Soon enough he will back home in Texas beating his wife.

Methadras said...

You guys aren't getting it are you. You and by that I mean all of us just got fucked. Some people might just wave this off as another shitty deal that the Clinton's got to skate again, but in reality, this was the second to final nail in the coffin of this country. They've already stabbed conservativism in the heart, it's dead, but now the country is on life support and this decision by the FBI not to prosecute has shattered any semblance of Justice and Law that this country maintained it upheld. And without that, what do you have? Chaos. It's all coming from the left. Their success in the tear down of America has been done quite well.

The only way to fight these people now is to kill them and right isn't going to go there either. So it's over. It was fun guys. Long live the United States of America. Even under a Trump Presidency this level of top to bottom legal and investigative malfeasance is irreparable. So while you guys are jib jabbing about potential VP candidates, you are missing your country being torn down around you. If you see the anti-gun laws that were just passed in California, you can now see what is coming our way and this presidential campaign has now been rendered pointless and along with it, this country. You are on your own now. Good luck.

AprilApple said...

You're correct, Meth. We are fucked. We are rearranging the deck chairs on the titanic, whilst sipping strong koolaid.

Raped, actually. We are raped. They keep raping us, and we keep swilling the manipulation koolaid. The leftwing media controls us, too.

At this point the only way Trump stands a chance - he must pick old Bernie as VP, and Bernie must accept. This must become an anti-corruption campaign where both left and right join hands against a common enemy. or. just. forget. it. (and wow - how raped is that?)

Joni or tom Cotton or... Ted - all of that is a joke. and yes - I'm still under my first impression of Trump. He will hand this to his old pal. You all think I'm nuts. I can live with that. I am nuts. But nutters are often right.

AprilApple said...

Bill meets with Loretta Lynch in a private meeting on an airplane on a tarmac -(we are told grandchildren and golf chit chat) and boom - a few days later the head of the FBI lays out what the she-Clinton did was indeed criminal, and that anyone else would be facing charges, but - no charges.

Raped. It's over. The corruption in DC, From Obama on down to our bogus media -the Clintonopolis media - is complete.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

If you see the anti-gun laws that were just passed in California, you can now see what is coming our way and this presidential campaign has now been rendered pointless and along with it, this country. You are on your own now. Good luck.

We've known this for quite some time and are more or less prepared to be on our own. Actually, we pretty much are now anyway. It is just now in the open for even those who are the most blind, or pollyana-ish to see.

Those gun laws don't take effect until next year. In the meantime people should stock up on ammo. We don't need a bazillion rounds. Just a few thousand of each. The sporting goods stores will do great in Oregon and Nevada. Just a hop skip and a jump over the border. Also the people from Oregon will continue to come to California or Nevada to buy their booze in Conehead style mass quantities. I can see stores just opposite the borders. One in Ca for liquor the other in Ore for ammo and ventless gas heaters too.

Where there is a will, there is a way.

edutcher said...
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edutcher said...

AprilApple said...

Bill meets with Loretta Lynch in a private meeting on an airplane on a tarmac -(we are told grandchildren and golf chit chat) and boom - a few days later the head of the FBI lays out what the she-Clinton did was indeed criminal, and that anyone else would be facing charges, but - no charges.

Raped. It's over. The corruption in DC, From Obama on down to our bogus media -the Clintonopolis media - is complete.


Hardly a private meeting. That's what's going to cost them. Willie got ham-handed the last 2 years of his Administration and it got him impeached. He's doing it again.

Oh, and, if you think it's over, sit down and shut up. Those of us who don't want to give up don't need any whiners.

Methadras said...

You guys aren't getting it are you. You and by that I mean all of us just got fucked. Some people might just wave this off as another shitty deal that the Clinton's got to skate again, but in reality, this was the second to final nail in the coffin of this country. They've already stabbed conservativism in the heart, it's dead

If that were true, we wouldn't be here. Fact is, a lot of people who claim to be conservative, never were - McConnell, Ryan, the One True Ted, the gang at NRO. They thought they could fool the base and get their votes. They were wrong.

It's only over when you give up.

Trooper York said...

It's not over Meth. It is just starting. Things like Hillary walking after a corrupt deal with th Attorney General are needed to wake up a Somnolent electorate.

Trump is the last chance for non-violent change.

Why? Because the duopoly will push it. Push immigration. Push globalization. Push gun control.

The push back will not be pretty.

edutcher said...

Troop nails it. It's like the Austrian foreign minister saying Brexit means nothing, the Brits will stay in the EU. you don't want to let people determine their fate, they will get ticked and do it for you.

Just remember, Louis XVI's diary for 7/14/1789 read, "Nothing happened. Hunting terrible".

For those interested, Good Surber piece on what's at stake.

edutcher said...

A couple of other things.

Thinking of oopsy's elegant Spanish heritage reminded me it took 700 years to throw the Moors out of Spain, but they did it.

And this from a guy who also faced some really long odds.

“Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

ed, you are welcome on Olivia de Havilland.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

As for Cruz for veep, there is no upside for Cruz. His supporters abandon him if he does that. Trump gains nothing. It's lose lose.

Cruz for SCOTUS is only upside for Trump (because his next nomination is far more likely to be confirmed) and Cruz gets to play the victim card when he is Borked. Win win.

Amartel said...

Scooter Libby: Sent to prison for a crime the prosecutor KNEW he didn't commit.
Hillary Clinton: Never even prosecuted for crimes the prosecutor, and the FBI, KNEW she committed.
Dude spent like half an hour detailing the crimes, which were worse than previously reported, then lamely concluded she didn't mean it. You guys.
Which is not an element of the crime.
It's just not a crime crime, I guess. Special rules for entitled fools.
Squirrel.
Just like her fellow commie parasite: Free as a bird, guilty as sin.
The defenestration the parasites is going to be a very very painful process.
They're really dug in and determined to stay.

Amartel said...

Cruz is the only acceptable replacement for Scalia. For tactical reasons, I'd settle for Janice Rogers Brown and then nominate Cruz to replace the next fossil that disintegrates. Don't care if it's a lib; they are planning to replace the great Scalia with some dull tool of the state so fuck them on specific and general principles. Primary McCain as an object lesson to the rest of the Senate.

Trooper York said...

I have no problem with Cruz on the Court. That is the right place for him.

The problem is no one would vote for him in the Senate.

He blew it by being an unredeemable asshole.

You reap what you sow.

AprilApple said...

Still shuffling those deck chairs and drinking koolaid.

I heard Trump's speech in NC - he spent a long time taking credit for the word "rigged" and obsessing over his primary win. Again. (boy that's fun) Spend no time using Comey's words to strike Hillary while the iron is hot. Why won't Trump capitalize? Does Trump know how to strike while the iron is hot? Seems likes he's taking a dive again.

AprilApple said...

spend = spent

Trooper York said...

You really are silly April.

chickelit said...

Why won't Trump capitalize? Does Trump know how to strike while the iron is hot? Seems likes he's taking a dive again.

I suspect he will. You're just impatient.

chickelit said...

Divide and Conquer by team Hillary is the MO.

AprilApple said...

Politics 101 - no waiting. Strike. He sounds like a man who wants to lose.

chickelit said...

Politics 101 - no waiting. Strike. He sounds like a man who wants to lose.

Somme. 1916. You don't seem to understand how well entrenched the opposition is. They can be bombarded with rhetoric for weeks and months, unscathed. Our side isn't even unified yet.

Amartel said...

"He blew it by being an unredeemable asshole."

Aw, still bitter I see.
It's so important to hold onto grudges. Totally lends credibility when you're yelling at others for holding onto grudges.

Cruz's real sin is being objectively better, by an order of magnitude, on every relevant scale, than almost everyone else in the Senate. Or government in general. I'm excepting Cotton and (I hope) a few others who haven't waded all the way into the fight as yet.

Rhythm and Balls said...

He called her out pretty well. Just admitted that there wasn't enough to move ahead with a strong indictment. But he gave you the legitimate political attack you craved, so why go all legal professor on him? I'm sure he knows what he's doing.

Rhythm and Balls said...

We will not be exceptional any longer.

We never were, Bags.

Only you were. And the rest of your superior breed.

You know. the Waltons, Shelly Adelson, George Soros, the Koch brothers (big Hillary supporters!) and Bags!

Peas in a pod. The government exists just to make things easier for all them. No one else matters.

Rhythm and Balls said...

I trust that Donald Trump learned an important lesson from this.

Go to Twitter, blab some boilerplate, claim a grievance, have an insult tantrum.

And maybe use eminent domain to push a little lady out of a new casino parking lot zone as well.

chickelit said...

And maybe use eminent domain to push a little lady out of a new casino parking lot zone as well.


"[Coking's] property was finally sold for $583,000 in an auction on July 31, 2014. Neither the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority nor the owners of Trump Plaza expressed any interest in the auction."

"You Can't Take It With You"

Nice Frank Capra impression, Ritmo.

chickelit said...

And maybe use eminent domain to push a little lady out of a new casino parking lot zone as well.

Lionel Barrymore is one of my voices. I may finally have found a voice for your pleadings, Ritmo.

chickelit said...

Do you want to be Vanderhof or Potter?

Trooper York said...

I am not holding a grudge. I am just stating facts.

The facts are that people like Lindsey Graham and Susan Collins and that jerkoff Kirk hate Cruz with a passion. Isn't that true. That has nothing to do with Trump. I think Trump can use Cruz and a nominal appointment to the Court is an easy way to do it.

Cruz is good at losing. That is what he does best. So good luck with that.

Trooper York said...

There is nothing Trump can do that will make April say something nice about him. He just said that Lynch was bribed and the whole shoddy system was rigged. But that is not good enough for the obsessive compulsive April. Sad.

Trooper York said...

You are right about the eminent domain though Ritmo. Trump is going to use that to build the Keystone pipeline and eminent domain it right up the ass of the stupid alternative energy grifters. It will globally warm their balls as he tickles their enlarged communist prostrates.

Rhythm and Balls said...

Ouch! Whew!!

It's getting rough this season! ;-)

Rhythm and Balls said...

April's just trying to not get up unprecedented hopes. A lot of Trump-love is emotional - like hope n'change, and don't stop thinking about tomorrow. But with a little less love and a bit more, well, I'm not exactly sure what you'd call the it.

Rhythm and Balls said...

I don't understand the hate for "alternative energy." If you can run your meter backward with a solar panel or windmill I think a consumer should have every right to sell that off or displace their energy utility bill with it. Hell, sell it off to the neighbors even. Why is it that there are some on the right who are so opposed to that, to a decentralized, consumer-friendly energy grid? This is actually causing big splits in the south and southwest, as with the other Republican splits. The corporatist view is to maximize the benefit to the big utility co. and tell the consumer to stuff it while some conservatives are actually on board with letting the consumer control his own fate and destiny with an energy source that no one else needs to have property rights to. What's next, monetizing and owning property rights to rainwater? To air? It has to end somewhere.

Rhythm and Balls said...

I mean, what the hell's the point in telling our conservative minions to stock up on guns, ammo, canned beans, gold or bitcoins, an outdoor plot of crops, and a bomb-proof reinforced shed in which to store it all if they can't frickin' put up their own windmill, etc. Sometimes I really don't get you guys.

AllenS said...

The worse thing about this sordid affair, is that the Government isn't even trying to hide or cover up anything. They are willing to just come out and tell you to fuck off.

AprilApple said...

Balls- alternative energy accounts for about 6% of our energy.
Solar is great. Wind - wonderful. No one is saying don't go solar. You can pay for your energy up front with solar - go for it.


The left are ignorant of solar and wind limitations. we burn all sorts of things we extract to run our cars and run our commerce and a solar panel will not cover it.

btw- Soros is a lefty bitch bulldozer and wrecker of whole currency for the selfish leftist cause. The Koch brothers do good things with their money. I certainly would not throw them in together. and comparing a small business owner like Bags to Soros or Koch is laughable. Small business makes the country great. Or are you against that now too?

AprilApple said...

Trump should be talking about this guy.

AprilApple said...

Me no nicey to the poor Trumpy.


boooooo

AprilApple said...

Why should I be nice to the man who inserted himself to be a patsy for Her-Hitler?

AprilApple said...

Balls - Watch this video (via Lem) and understand what your side does to political opposition.

You can whine about Bagoh and the Koch brothers all night long. Meanwhile, the leftwing democrat prog party is the party of corruption, silencing dissent, criminal bullying, and lies.

Kizone Kaprow said...

The sky is falling! AGAIN!!

Trooper York said...

Ritmo alternative energy is a scam. It has always been a scam. We need cheap energy. I will give you an example about something we both love. Alcohol.

You can get drunk drinking beer. Cheap tasty cold beer. The beer of the masses. You can get drunk drinking a $1000 bottle of wine. Delicious elitist trendy wine picked by naked cherubs in an organic winery. What you want to do is pass a law to outlaw beer. Because you feel everyone should only drink the expensive wine. Now if you want to pass a law to stop people from drinking wood alcohol that is reasonable. But beer is the answer. It has been the answer since Beowulf tossed down a few before he went out to kick Grendel's ass.

Cheap energy is the answer to growing the economy. Not windmills Don Quixote.

Trooper York said...

The sky is not falling. It has fallen. The rule of law is over.

Hillary and Comfortable and Obama think they can ignore any law and there will be no consequences.

Anyone who obeys the law now is a fool. Just don't get caught but do what you want. Whatever greedy fucked up thing you want to do....just think...what would Hillary do...and then do it for your personal aggrandizement.

Trooper York said...

April there are men talking here. Please. Enough.

Amartel said...

"Cruz is good at losing."

Oh, no, not holding a grudge at all! I totally see that!!
You have no standing whatsoever to be calling out April for hanging in there for her views. None.

Trooper York said...

But am I wrong? What has Teddy ever won at? What legislation did he pass? What did he do to advance his principals that he holds so dear? Stop the government? Close it down? Or did it come back bigger and more expensive than ever?

I think Cruz is irrelevant to the discussion. He is sort of a George Pataki who beats his wife.

Trump should ignore him or buy him cheaply. That is what I said. If that is holding a grudge so be it.

Christy said...

Ted Cruz has won two of his 9 Supreme Court arguments. Mostly won 2 of the others.

Jim Dolan said...

That's nice. He should be on the Court. That is the best place for him. It is a shame he could never be confirmed in a million years. But I would be very happy if he took Scalia's seat. I just don't see it happening in this lifetime.

Amartel said...

"That is what I said."

No it isn't, putz.

You just don't like him because he put up a fight against Orangebama. You're holding a grudge and you're too much of a stubborn prideful stiff-necked douchebag to admit it. Duuurrrrh, Cruz is a loser because he has no legislative accoooomplisshments. The fallacy of that argument has been addressed over and over and is plain even without explanation for anyone who wants to see, so I can only conclude that you're just not interested in seeing it. You'd rather just call him names and run away.

If you want the rest of the GOP to coalesce around the nominee you better change that attitude. The complaint of the Trump fans all along was Waah, the establishment doesn't listen to us. Well, now you've got the nominee and what do you do? Predictably, the exact same thing the establishment did to all of us. Back of the hand. Failure to admit that which is obvious. Business as usual. Fuck you, we won.

Not a winning formula.

Jim Dolan said...

Hey you have a different view of Ted Cruz then I do. Then that of almost everyone who works with and has to deal with him for longer than a nanosecond. The person who knows him best...walked out into traffic. So keep selling Ted Cruz. Just realize. Nobody is buying.

Rhythm and Balls said...

Balls- alternative energy accounts for about 6% of our energy.

So what. It's the fastest growing.

I know of no other industry where so many foot soldiers are recruited to do the bidding of the masters freaked out by competition.

Cheap energy is the answer to growing the economy.

As the prices for alternative keep falling.

But never mind that. The price of energy isn't keeping the economy from growing faster. The over leveraging of Wall Street and the shrinking fortunes of money in the pockets of all those people whom Kevin Williamson would like to kill off are what's keeping the economy from growing.

Obviously you must know this is true or else you wouldn't be on board with an economic nationalist like Trump.

Rhythm and Balls said...

Beer has been the answer long before Beowulf kicked Grendel's ass. It was the answer for King Midas.

Sure, it doesn't have the petroleum added to the lining of cans used for distributing undrinkable swill like American beers, but definitely not $1000 per serving.

Rhythm and Balls said...

And also, the sourcing of the energy question isn't even really what I focused on.

I focused on Big Utilities trying to keep you from selling back the energy you make.

Do you really think they don't have an agenda? Why are people who don't make their own energy on Blogger trying to tell folks who have their own that the source is wrong? What is conservative or nationalistic or patriotic about keeping a guy from using his own energy and using that to offset what the Big Utility wants to keep you reliant on?

It's anti-freedom.