“This site is dedicated to preying on peoples vanity, ignorance, or loneliness, gaining their trust and betraying them without remorse.”

Monday, July 25, 2016

Seriously, does anyone believe that Debbie Wasserman Schultz would act against Bernie Sanders without collusion from the Clintons?

WATCH THIS VIDEO FROM FIVE MONTHS AGO:

DNC leaked Sanders letter to press, made “agreement” to review critical Clinton story before publishing

"OFF THE RECORD," DNC Communications Director Luis Miranda wrote. He insisted, "We’re operating in good faith" 

DNC leaked Sanders letter to press, made "agreement" to review critical Clinton story before publishing

Whistleblowing journalism organization released nearly 20,000 of the Democratic National Committee’s internal emails on Friday.

Several messages show how the DNC, which is supposed to be neutral during the Democratic primary, undermined Bernie Sanders’ campaign while supporting Hillary Clinton’s.

In one email, the DNC acknowledges, “Super PAC paying young voters to push back online on Sanders supporters.”

Another details how DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz furiously pressured MSNBC after it criticized her “unfair” treatment of Sanders.

Several other messages show how the DNC worked with journalists in a way that favored Clinton.
dnc politico draft
One email mentions an “agreement” the DNC made a Politico reporter.
Journalist Kenneth Vogel was investigating potential corruption in Clinton’s fundraising practices. Clinton claimed to raise money to help state Democratic committees, but Vogel revealed that they got just 1 percent of the $60 million raised.

On April 30, a few days before publishing, Vogel sent DNC Press Secretary Mark Paustenbach a draft of his article in an email titled “per agreement … any thoughts appreciated.”

EVERYBODY KNOWS

126 comments:

  1. PHILADELPHIA (MarketWatch) — Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House in two polls released Monday, coming after last week’s Republican National Convention and just as the Democratic National Convention opens in Philadelphia.

    Trump leads Clinton 44% to 40% in a Morning Consult poll taken July 22-24, a turnaround from the prior week, when Clinton had a two-point lead. In a CNN/ORC poll, Trump takes 48% to Clinton’s 45%. The CNN finding represents a six-point bounce for Trump following last week’s Republican convention. The CNN poll was also taken July 22-24.

    The new polls come on the first day of the Democrats’ convention, which opens amid fallout from hacked emails showing Democratic National Committee officials working to undermine the candidacy of Clinton’s primary-season challenger Bernie Sanders. The chairwoman of the DNC, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, said she would resign from her post at the end of the convention.

    ReplyDelete
  2. There is no way that the Clintons were unaware of the DNC attempt to derail the Sanders campaign bid.

    This goes to the core doubts about the Clampton’s integrity (Intended!)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Quirk says I am a bigot:

    He suggests that I define terrorists as: Terrorist: any Iranian


    I further correct/explain: Any Iranian in a western nation SHOOTING people.


    To which he calls me "nutz"

    ReplyDelete
  4. In a taped interview with CBS's John Dickerson that aired Sunday on "Face the Nation," Obama said that fact "says something about what's happened to the Republican Party over the course of the last eight, 10, 15 years."

    He went on to say that past Republican leaders such as Bob Dole, Jim Baker, Howard Baker, Dick Lugar and Colin Powell were conservatives who "also understood that our system of government requires compromise, that Democrats weren't the enemy, that the way our government works requires us to listen to each other.

    "And that's not the kind of politics that we've seen practiced," Obama said.

    ReplyDelete
  5. LEONARD COHEN LYRICS
    “Everybody Knows”


    Everybody knows that the dice are loaded
    Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed
    Everybody knows that the war is over
    Everybody knows the good guys lost
    Everybody knows the fight was fixed
    The poor stay poor, the rich get rich
    That's how it goes
    Everybody knows
    Everybody knows that the boat is leaking
    Everybody knows that the captain lied
    Everybody got this broken feeling
    Like their father or their dog just died

    Everybody talking to their pockets
    Everybody wants a box of chocolates
    And a long stem rose
    Everybody knows

    Everybody knows that you love me baby
    Everybody knows that you really do
    Everybody knows that you've been faithful
    Ah give or take a night or two
    Everybody knows you've been discreet
    But there were so many people you just had to meet
    Without your clothes
    And everybody knows

    Everybody knows, everybody knows
    That's how it goes
    Everybody knows

    Everybody knows, everybody knows
    That's how it goes
    Everybody knows

    And everybody knows that it's now or never
    Everybody knows that it's me or you
    And everybody knows that you live forever
    Ah when you've done a line or two
    Everybody knows the deal is rotten
    Old Black Joe's still pickin' cotton
    For your ribbons and bows
    And everybody knows

    And everybody knows that the Plague is coming
    Everybody knows that it's moving fast
    Everybody knows that the naked man and woman
    Are just a shining artifact of the past
    Everybody knows the scene is dead
    But there's gonna be a meter on your bed
    That will disclose
    What everybody knows

    And everybody knows that you're in trouble
    Everybody knows what you've been through
    From the bloody cross on top of Calvary
    To the beach of Malibu
    Everybody knows it's coming apart
    Take one last look at this Sacred Heart
    Before it blows
    And everybody knows

    Everybody knows, everybody knows
    That's how it goes
    Everybody knows

    Oh everybody knows, everybody knows
    That's how it goes
    Everybody knows

    Everybody knows

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Historical aside:

      I had the rare privilege to visit one of the chapels of rock history:

      The room at the Chelsea Hotel where Leonard Cohen banged Janis Joplin.

      Delete
    2. Historical aside:
      TEL AVIV — Leonard Cohen’s path to his sold-out concert here Thursday night has been strewn with obstacles.

      Those seeking to ostracize Israel through an international boycott demanded that he call it off. When he offered instead a matching concert in the West Bank, Palestinians said no thanks. Amnesty International agreed to help him distribute the concert’s proceeds to peace groups; Amnesty International withdrew. Mr. Cohen has billed the performance, in front of 47,000 in the soccer stadium of the suburb Ramat Gan, “A Concert for Reconciliation, Tolerance and Peace” and is giving the expected profits of $1.5 million to $2 million to a new charity he has created of the same name, run by a board of Israelis and Palestinians, which will distribute money to groups focused on coexistence here.

      Great concert in Israel, of course the Palestinians refused to allow him to perform.

      Delete
    3. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/24/arts/music/24cohen.html

      Delete
  6. GATEWAY PUNDIT POSTS CERTAIN EMAILS TO SHOW HOW SANDERS WAS SET UP BY THE DNC AND US MEDIA:

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/07/detailed-list-findings-wikileaks-dnc-document-dump/

    ReplyDelete
  7. Would you rather have a candidate supported by the DNC, or a candidate backed by Vladimir Putin?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sure it is - one can simply not vote or choose some l8ke Gary Johnson.

      Delete
    2. Well, as one of the few people on this list That Actually Vote, I refuse to waste my vote (or, time and energy) by voting for someoone who has absolutely No Chance of getting elected.

      Btw, a right-wing nutjob that supports marijuana legalization is, still, a right-wing nutjob.

      Delete
    3. A right-wing nutjob that smokes marijuana all the time is still a right-wing nutjob doper.

      For Ash, dope conquers all.

      Delete
  8. It is irrelevant. Putin would support a candidate that was in Russia’s best interests. Those interests could very well be the same as the US. The question only becomes relevant if we knew the interests. I can certainly think of many areas.

    We currently are cooperating with Russia in Syria against ISIS. In the past the Russians and US were allied in destroying the Nazis. Any rational analysis on events over the past 14 years would agree that we made a terrible mistake with our support of the Mujahideen.

    The question should be, since Putin asked the question to the US and UK , “Do you realize what you have done?”, why is Putin supporting Trump over Clinton?

    My answer to that question is:

    for some very good and important reasons.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Clinton is a proven disaster when it comes to foreign policy. A total and complete failure.

      Delete
  9. Here is part of the reason why:

    Where does the incompetence end and the crime begin?” asked a German Chancellor 100 years ago of a general who wanted to persist in his policy of launching mass attacks on Verdun, in which his men were being slaughtered.

    Much the same question should be asked of Western leaders who continue with failed policies in the Middle East that have enabled Islamic State and the al Qaeda clones to grow many times stronger over the past 15 years.

    The “war on terror” declared after 9/11 has wholly failed. The butchery I saw in a street in Baghdad in 2003, when a suicide bomber drove into the Red Cross headquarters, is not much different from the killing of 80 Shia by two IS suicide numbers in Kabul last Saturday.

    Just like those floundering British and German generals at the Somme and Verdun in 1916, contemporary political leaders have been astonishingly successful in escaping the blame for failing to prevent thousands of people being killed.

    Terrorist attacks are now so frequent that they have come to seem inevitable and part of the natural order of things.

    The present crisis may have begun with the invasion of Iraq in 2003, which started a process of disintegration in the Middle East that is still going on.


    http://www.standard.co.uk/comment/comment/patrick-cockburn-the-west-and-the-east-must-work-together-to-defeat-islamic-state-a3303886.html

    ReplyDelete
  10. Clinton doubled down on her vote of Support for the Iraq War by her monstrously piss-poor judgment in Libya, Egypt and Syria.

    When given access and custody to top secret documents , the aging boomer showed less competence than a high school graduate E-3 ditty-bopper.

    ReplyDelete
  11. FromNational Defense Codes:

    Guideline M—Misuse of Information technology systems.

    (a) The concern. Noncompliance with rules, procedures, guidelines, or regulations pertaining to information technology systems may raise security concerns about an individual's trustworthiness, willingness, and ability to properly protect classified systems, networks, and information. Information Technology Systems include all related equipment used for the communication, transmission, processing, manipulation, and storage of classified or sensitive information.

    (b) Conditions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include:

    (1) Illegal or unauthorized entry into any information technology system;
    (2) Illegal or unauthorized modification, destruction, manipulation or denial of access to information residing on an information technology system;
    (3) Removal (or use) of hardware, software, or media from any information technology system without authorization, when specifically prohibited by rules, procedures, guidelines or regulations;
    (4) Introduction of hardware, software, or media into any information technology system without authorization, when specifically prohibited by rules, procedures, guidelines or regulations.

    (c) Conditions that could mitigate security concerns include:

    (1) The misuse was not recent or significant;
    (2) The conduct was unintentional or inadvertent;
    (3) The introduction or removal of media was authorized;
    (4) The misuse was an isolated event;
    (5) The misuse was followed by a prompt, good faith effort to correct the situation.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Take your pick on the areas clearly violated by the SOS who wants to be POTUS>

      Outfucking- standing isn’t it?

      Delete
    2. LOCK HER UP !

      LOCK HER UP !

      LOCK HER UP !

      Delete
  12. I want a riot at the DNC !

    Riot !

    Riot !

    Riot!

    I want some entertainment, dammit !

    The answer to the question posed at the head of the thread is

    NO !

    Debbie was obviously colluding with USA's Momma Colluder.....

    Sanders ought to withdraw his endorsement of The Criminal, and lead his delegates in a fab prime time walkout.....!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies

    1. RCP Popcorn: Bernie Sanders delegates organizing to dump Tim Kaine


      WSJ: Sanders supporters chant “lock her up” in Philly protest of Hillary


      Delete
  13. I had resolved not to watch the DNC but now I know I'll be glued to the tube once again....

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. A man of moral turpitude, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson lies to himself, then feels compelled to tell us about it.

      Delete
  14. Okay, vote with Putin. It's your right.

    Lord knows, our Democracy can't compare with the government in Russia.

    ReplyDelete
  15. .

    As far as I'm concerned, last week was Trump's time in the barrel and this week s Hillary's.

    Regardless of who wins in November, I'm sure any headline I wrote the day after would start out 'This is the best of times, this is definately the worst of times.'

    Let the games begin.


    .

    ReplyDelete
  16. .

    I love it that the DNC and the Obama administration are now floating a balloon that says 'the Russians did it.'

    Even if true, isn't that the perfect lead in to questions about the security of Hillary's servers and the e-mails.

    .

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So far, it's looking like Hillary might have had the only servers that Weren't hacked. :)

      Delete
    2. I mean, we Know the State Dept. servers were hacked. :)

      Delete
  17. I am shocked, shocked to find out there is hacking going on in there.

    But on point, let them work for it. You don’t hand it to them while wearing a robin blue Mao jacket.

    Besides, if it is a good hack, you would never know about it.

    Besides again, if you are a Clinton and there is no signs of penetration, it’s not sex.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They know which Russian group did it - the same group that has been "penetrating" all of the government agencies.

      But, you know who they Didn't hack? The GOP.

      Delete
    2. .

      :o)

      .



      I thought it was more turquoise. Need to get the color balance checked.

      .

      Delete
    3. Isn't it handy for Putin that Trump wants to kick varous East European countries Out of NATO?

      Delete
    4. Isn't it nice for Putin that he has a Presidential Candidate gushing over "what a Strong Leader" he is?

      Delete
    5. .

      But, you know who they Didn't hack? The GOP.


      How, do you know that?


      .

      Delete
    6. Well: (1) The GOP said so, and (2) We haven't seen any GOP emails.

      Delete
    7. .

      How would the GOP know? The Dems didn't.

      Maybe the hackers saw no value in releasing the GOP info. Everyone knows no one in the GOP establishment wanted Trump. What would be the point? Or maybe, they are saving the info for something else.

      As Idaho "Do as I say not what I do" Bob, might say, don't jump to conclusions.

      .

      Delete
  18. .

    DWS bows to pressure and backs out of participation in the convention.


    .

    ReplyDelete
  19. Airstrike south of Mosul kill 28 ISIS members

    (IraqiNews.com) NINEVEH – Nineveh Operations Command announced on Monday informed that 28 ISIS members were killed and 13 vehicles destroyed in an airstrike south of Mosul.

    Nineveh Operations commander, Major General Najim al-Jubouri, in a press statement, said, “Warplanes of the international coalition, this morning, launched a raid at a gathering of ISIS members in Arkaba village south of Qayyarah city, killing 28 militants and destroying 13 vehicles.”

    “The bombing was based on accurate intelligence about gathering of gunmen at south of Qayyarah,” Al-Jubouri added.

    Iraqinews

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Strikes in Syria

      Attack, bomber, fighter and remotely piloted aircraft conducted 13 strikes in Syria:

      -- Near Manbij, seven strikes struck seven separate ISIL tactical units and destroyed 15 ISIL fighting positions and an ISIL supply cache.

      -- Near Mara, six strikes struck five separate ISIL tactical units and destroyed five ISIL fighting positions, an ISIL vehicle bomb and an ISIL vehicle.

      Strikes in Iraq

      Bomber, fighter and remotely piloted aircraft conducted seven strikes in Iraq, coordinated with and in support of Iraq’s government:

      -- Near Rutbah, a strike suppressed an ISIL tactical unit.

      -- Near Mosul, a strike struck a large ISIL tactical unit and destroyed two ISIL vehicles, five ISIL assembly areas, an ISIL command-and-control node and an ISIL supply cache.

      -- Near Qayyarah, two strikes destroyed six ISIL rocket rails and an ISIL vehicle bomb factory and denied ISIL access to terrain.

      -- Near Ramadi, a strike struck an ISIL tactical unit and destroyed two ISIL fighting positions, an ISIL vehicle, and an ISIL weapons cache.

      -- Near Sultan Abdallah, a strike struck an ISIL weapons storage facility.

      -- Near Tal Afar, a strike struck three separate ISIL media facilities.

      Delete
  20. .

    Just watching the DNC...

    CNN (Doug's preferred news source) switched outside to an ongoing protest that had just turned to civil disobedience as Sanders supporters were laying down blocking the gates so delegates couldn't enter.

    The coverage lasted less than 10 seconds before the reporter was cut off by the CNN anchor so they could cut back to the convention floor to watch Boyz II Men.

    Hard hitting news coverage.

    Or, was the move political?

    Only the Shadow, or possibly the Russians, know.

    .

    ReplyDelete
  21. "Why Philadelphia DNC protests are already bigger than anything in Cleveland: A reporter's journal"

    "Cleveland was looking a little scary. They had fences up everywhere," said Brandon Gorcheff, 23, who lives in Youngstown but commutes to Cleveland for work. "At least I don't see people here walking around with guns," as open-carry advocates had done in Cleveland.

    Plus Gorcheff, who thinks the primary process was slanted against Sanders, would rather be "fighting for what I believe in than fighting against people who are not going to listen to me," he said. "I felt my time was better used coming here."

    http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-convention-diary-snap-htmlstory.html

    ReplyDelete
  22. .

    The DNC opened with the Bethel Church choir singing the Battle Hymn of the Republic.

    No music critic, but I thought their rendition was pretty crummy.

    Now, some kid who also sang for the Pope just completed the Star Spangled Banner. I wasn't very impressed with that either, although heck, it's the star spangled banner. You always have to like it to a certain degree. To prove my point, CNN is now spending more time talking about the kid than they spent talking about the demonstration outside.

    Interestingly, CNN hasn't said another word about the demonstrators outside since Jack Tapper cut off his reporter. When the word came through the headphones telling Jake to cut back to Boyz II Men he looked like a deer in the headlight.

    Kinda like a guy who just had "You dumb f**k, what the hell are you doing, cut back to the floor" shouted into his ear. [Just my impression. I could be mistaken.]

    :o)

    .

    ReplyDelete
  23. .

    The Bernie protesters seem to have taken over the convention floor at the moment.

    Sanders, the DNC, and Hillary's team all trying to quell the unrest. DNC sent out e-mail apologizing to Sanders supporters for the e-mails and the impression they gave, saying they didn't reflect the views of the DNC or the Dem party.

    .

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The "Q" People have massed outside, and are preparing to storm the convention as well. The "Q" People and The Bernie Folk have agreed to a temporary 'alliance of convenience', according to my sources at Faux News.

      Delete
  24. Sounds like you are on the floor yourself, Q. Play by Play. Very entertaining!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. .

      Brought to you by the magic of television.

      .

      Delete
  25. Margaret Wente

    Hillary’s uphill slog

    "Margaret Wente
    The Globe and Mail
    Published Monday, Jul. 25, 2016 4:37PM EDT

    It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Hillary Clinton and the Democrats have pinned their hopes on persuading voters that they are everything the Trump campaign is not – united, stable, professional, uncrazy and adult. It’s opening night. And all anyone’s talking about is the party’s dirty laundry. Not good! Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders’ supporters have taken to the streets to remind voters that Hillary is the very embodiment of the entitled, corrupt, cynical, elite political establishment that Americans are so sick of. Whose side are they on, anyway?

    The contents of the WikiLeaks spill aren’t very toxic. They simply reveal the usual scheming and conniving of backroom politics. They confirm that access is always on sale for cash. They also confirm that the fix was in for Hillary all along. No surprise there. The fix has been in for years. She’s the one with the dough. She and Bill Clinton and their formidable global network of fundraisers and fixers have amassed a bigger war chest than any conventional political machine in history. So long as she managed to escape indictment, her candidacy was inevitable.

    The real news from WikiLeaks is that the Russians appear to be interfering in the U.S. election – on behalf of Donald Trump. If true, this is seismic. The biggest untold story about Mr. Trump is how deeply beholden he is to the Russian oligarchs, who now provide a huge share of his business backing. His top adviser, Paul Manafort, has deep ties to Ukraine’s pro-Russian politicians. Mr. Trump is Vladimir Putin’s man. It’s no coincidence that he says he has no interest in standing up to the Russian President as he licks his chops over the Baltics.



    In any other year, the Russian ties of a presidential nominee would be laughed off as some crazy conspiracy theory – or else sink him. But this isn’t any other year. And Ms. Clinton is so disliked that even a Russian hacking scandal may not help her much.

    It’s hard for Canadians to understand why Ms. Clinton is so widely loathed. Sure, she’s imperfect. Who isn’t? But she is also an accomplished, determined woman who’s paid her dues, and then some. So why the hatred?

    One reason, of course, is the devolution of U.S. politics into a bitter conflict of competing tribal identities. But it’s more than that. Ms. Clinton simply isn’t relatable. Across the political spectrum, people just can’t warm to her. They never have. “There’s just something about her that pisses people off,” said Washington hostess Sally Quinn back in 1996.

    Ms. Quinn is quoted by Michelle Goldberg in a recent piece in Slate, which explores this very theme. She found that the reasons for disliking Hillary have changed over time, but the dislike itself has not. In the early days, people disliked her for being a moralistic prig. Today they dislike her for her opportunism and lack of principles. A large percentage of the electorate believe she’s untrustworthy, dishonest and corrupt. At the very least, they think she cuts corners.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies

    1. There’s enough in the record to justify these views. No matter what you think of her e-mail troubles, there’s no doubt she withheld information and misled the FBI. Nor is there any doubt that she gave $200,000 speeches to outfits that had a keen interest in purchasing her goodwill, or that her political interests were deeply meshed with those of the Clinton Foundation, which raised hundreds of millions from domestic and foreign donors that wished to curry favour with the Clintons. Ms. Clinton represents business as usual in an era that craves change. She’s the ultimate insider at a time when people are rooting for the insurgents.

      But Hillary’s worst problem is that she is cursed with a sort of reverse alchemy that renders her completely charmless on the public stage. As Ms. Goldberg writes, “For as long as Hillary Clinton has been in public life, people who’ve met in her person have marvelled at how much more likable she is in the flesh than she is on television.”

      Such is the cruelty of showbiz – and of politics. If you can’t connect, you’re in the wrong line of work. For all of Ms. Clinton’s merits, you wonder if she would have been elected to anything at all without the coattails of her charismatic husband.

      Hillary’s task this week is to make people more excited about her and her leadership. It’s hard to see how she can do this. She’s been in the shop window for a quarter of a century, and people don’t like her any better than they ever did. The big question is whether they can get over that and vote for her anyway.

      http://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/hillarys-uphill-slog/article31102761/

      Delete
    2. "She’s been in the shop window for a quarter of a century, and people don’t like her any better than they ever did."

      Ply her trade in Amsterdam.

      Delete
  26. Support Proven Winners:

    1. Vote for Hillary.

    2. Invest in Musk's Battery Powered 18 Wheeler.

    ReplyDelete
  27. 'I want to get rid of the disabled from this world': Black-clad knifeman goes on gruesome rampage at care centre near Tokyo, hacking at least 19 to death and injuring 45

    Attacker screaming "Aloha Sushibar" storms into centre for the disabled near Tokyo armed with a knife
    Police were called to the scene at around 2.30am local time in Sagamihara
    At least 19 people were killed and reports that a further 45 were injured

    Officers arrested a man, 26, after he walked into a station and said 'I did it'
    Suspect reportedly said: 'I want to get rid of the disabled from this world'

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3707721/Stabbing-horror-Japan-leaves-19-dead-45-injured-knifeman-attacks-centre-disabled-people.html#ixzz4FSqEYwQh | DailyMail on Facebook

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Details are still emerging but it is the worst mass stabbing in Japan in recent years.
      ===
      We await Deuce's elucidation of stabbings in Japan prior to the recent years.

      Delete
    2. OK Hula Head, I’ll bite. Actually, is the US has a gun culture, the Japanese have a blade culture. I would like to have a dollar for every video game and comic book showing a Samurai hacking someone to death:

      The "Age of the Samurai" refers to a long period during which Japan was ruled by its warrior class, which began with the establishment of a military government at the end of the 1100s. The Samurai were the warrior class of old Japan, arising from warrior bands formed to protect the Japanese imperial capital in Kyoto. The name derives from a Japanese verb saburau, which means "to serve," and that was the role of these men throughout history -- to serve their warlords through peace and through war. They gained importance and political power through the Heian period (794-1185) and instituted a military government (shogunate) in the Kamakura period (1185-1333). The Samurai was expert in many weapons: bow and arrow, spear, even in unarmed combat. Eventually the sword was to become his principal weapon, but the sword became more than just one weapon in an arsenal of many; it became the soul of the Samurai, the embodiment of his spirit.

      The samurai devoted most of his time to the art of combat. All his training was preparation for the battlefield. It was there that he and his brethren would stand shoulder to shoulder with their warlord and meet the enemy in mortal combat. The samurai was also the terrible, swift sword that put down peasant rebellions and imposed the law of the land. The enemy might be a common criminal, a terrified thief or an armed thug. The warlord, the daimyō, would give the order to execute, the samurai was dispatched to find and kill him; there was no mercy. It was the will of the daimyō.

      Delete
  28. However this turns out, it was not what the Cinitonoids were counting on.

    ReplyDelete
  29. The Clintons knew exactly what was going on over at the DNC. They own the bandwidth over there. DWS has been in the tank for the Clintons and tighter with them than anyone has been since Monica was high and tight with Bill.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. DWB got caught rigging the system. Her punishment? Hillary promoted her.

      Delete
    2. Billygoat never had sex with that woman, Lewinsky.

      He waved his boney finger in our faces and told us so.

      Delete
  30. Wikileaks reveals apparent sale of presidential appointments by DNC - 7/25/16
    Complete with spreadsheet More


    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/07/wikileaks_reveals_apparent_sale_of_presidential_appointments_by_dnc.html


    **********

    The Rooskie has all of Hillary's e-mails.

    Bwabwabwahahahaha

    I hope they torment her to death.

    ReplyDelete
  31. BUCHANAN CHARGES TO THE SOUND OF THE GUNS:

    Waving off the clerics who had come to administer last rites, Voltaire said: “All my life I have ever made but one prayer to God, a very short one: ‘O Lord, make my enemies look ridiculous.’ And God granted it.”

    The tale of the thieved emails at the Democratic National Committee is just too good to be true.

    For a year, 74-year-old socialist Bernie Sanders has been saying that, under DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the party has been undercutting his campaign and hauling water for Hillary Clinton.

    From the 19,200 emails dumped the weekend before Clinton’s coronation, it appears the old boy is not barking mad. The deck was stacked; the referees were in the tank; the game was rigged.

    For four decades, some of us have wondered what Jim McCord, security man at CREEP, and his four Cubans were looking for in DNC Chair Larry O’Brien’s office at the Watergate. Now it makes sense.

    Among the lovely schemes the DNC leaders worked up to gut Sanders in Christian communities of West Virginia and Kentucky, was to tell these good folks that Sanders doesn’t even believe that there is a God. He’s not even an agnostic; he’s an atheist.
    {...}

    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/07/will-putin-get-a-pulitzer/#2tU3LIxDqzs2gKJp.99

    ReplyDelete
  32. IT GETS BETTER:

    Do the people not have a right to know that, in denying Sanders’ charges, the leadership of the DNC was lying to him, lying to the party and lying to the country?

    What did Clinton know of Wasserman Schultz’s complicity in DNC cheating in the presidential campaign, and when did she know it?

    For publishing stolen Defense Department secrets, the Pentagon Papers, the Times got a Pulitzer Prize.

    If the Russians were helpful in bringing to the attention of the American people the anti-democratic business being done at the DNC, perhaps the Russians deserve similar recognition.

    By the Times’ standard of 1971, maybe Putin deserves a Pulitzer.


    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/07/will-putin-get-a-pulitzer/#2tU3LIxDqzs2gKJp.99

    ReplyDelete
  33. WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND>

    Undeniably, if the Russians or any foreign actors are interfering in U.S. presidential elections, we ought to know it, and stop it.

    But who started all this?

    Since the end of the Cold War, the U.S. has used cyberwarfare to sabotage centrifuges in the Iranian nuclear plant in Natanz. We have backed “color-coded” revolutions in half-a-dozen countries from Serbia to Ukraine to Georgia – to dump rulers and regimes we do not like, all in the name of democracy.

    Unsurprisingly, today, Russia, China, Egypt and even Israel are shutting down or booting out NGOs associated with the United States, and hacking into websites of U.S. institutions.

    We were the first “experts” to play this game. Now others know how to play it. We reap what we sow.



    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/07/will-putin-get-a-pulitzer/#2tU3LIxDqzs2gKJp.99

    ReplyDelete
  34. OH-o

    CNN/ORC: Trump 48, Clinton 45 | Trump 44, Clinton 39,Johnson 9,Stein 3

    Even the skewed polls have Hillary getting a good screwing.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. RCP rolling poll average now has Trump up by 0.2 %.

      Delete
    2. And Trump's now ahead in Florida by 0.3%.

      Delete
    3. This comment has been removed by the author.

      Delete
  35. I almost feel sorry for Rufus in times like these.

    ReplyDelete
  36. The Democratic Convention is now cheering “Bernie, Bernie, Bernie". They are now trying to get Paul Simon to sing and help them!

    You guessed it : Bridge Over Troubled Waters.

    ReplyDelete
  37. Dems Can’t Get Past Invocation Without Bernie Delegates Booing Hillary

    Happy Talk: Rachel Maddow Lauds ‘Fun’ and ‘Exciting’ Dem Convention

    NBC Hails Illegal Alien ‘Living the American Dream’ Speaking to DNC

    Matthews: No Matter What Happens, Dem Convention Will Be ‘Magic’

    Todd: Is Society Holding Hillary to ‘Unfair’ ‘Bar' Ahead of DNC?

    Thousands of Embarrassing Emails Reveal DNC Chair Targeted Morning Joe

    ReplyDelete
  38. Putin gets the Pulitzer.....that was priceless.

    ReplyDelete
  39. Someone will have to explain to me how Hillary, with her already high negatives, will not be dinged by the DNC fix, exposed by their own emails.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It hurts because it confirms what we all know but because we all know it - it now appears to be the standard state of affairs. Besides, Trump is also bought and paid for:

      " The biggest untold story about Mr. Trump is how deeply beholden he is to the Russian oligarchs, who now provide a huge share of his business backing. His top adviser, Paul Manafort, has deep ties to Ukraine’s pro-Russian politicians. Mr. Trump is Vladimir Putin’s man. It’s no coincidence that he says he has no interest in standing up to the Russian President as he licks his chops over the Baltics."

      Delete
    2. Because she already has 'high negatives', as does Trump.

      Her supporters don't care and those that would be turned by 'politics as usual' by her team, already have been.

      Just as those that 'know' that Trump is a racist bigot are firm in their knowledge.

      As "O"rdure mentioned just yesterday, no fact checking is needed when feelings, instead of facts, are involved.

      Delete
    3. That rancid almost sweet putrefying fetid stench of decay has wafted into the Bar once again.....that dead rat stink....

      Delete

  40. Since Robert "Draft dodger" Peterson is now a fan of Real Clear Politics ....

    President Obama Job Approval

    Approve = 49.1
    Disapprove = 47.3

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. There it is again.

      That sickening stink of death....of children abandoned, of women fleeing from mistreatment....

      Time to flip back over to Fox News....

      Delete
    2. Better that than your vapid tripe!

      Delete
    3. .

      Gee, if that's all it takes to get rid of Bob here's hoping rat shows up more often.

      .

      Delete
    4. All you need do, Quirk-O, is start stinking like a decomposing corpse, and I'm gone.

      Have at it.

      You're in the mental rest home already, you might as well take The Big Plunge.

      Delete
    5. .

      Some have their way of doing things. I have mine.

      All I need to do to get you to vanish is ask you to back your bullshit with that thing called evidence.

      .

      Delete
  41. Michelle Obama just delivered a very impressive speech that was as effective and as well delivered as any political speech could be.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. She's an asshole, and her university thesis wasn't worth a shit.

      Delete
  42. .


    Deuce ☂Mon Jul 25, 09:25:00 PM EDT

    Paul can’t hit the high notes.



    I thought he announced he was retiring not long ago.

    Judging from the number of musical groups the Dems had there tonight they must have been running short on bodies.

    .

    ReplyDelete
  43. It was an absurd choice for a nominee that is not doing well with millennials.

    ReplyDelete
  44. Sanders would have cleaned Trump’s clock.

    ReplyDelete
  45. The Clintons fixed this entire nominating process and DWS was their soldier. As soon as the DNC fired her ( thanks to the emails) the Clintons hired her. Sanders made the case of a binary choice and supported Clinton. Hr also said he looked forward to the delegate vote ahead.

    Sanders and his supporters know that the Clintons heisted this thing from them,. Donald Trump should be happy he does not have to face Sanders in the general election. IMO there will be more emails coming to remind the Sander supporters just how badly they got screwed.

    ReplyDelete
  46. Sanders said that they had to elect Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine with all the enthusiasm of sometime knowing they it was time for their cod liver oil.

    ReplyDelete
  47. DWS was campaign co-chair for Hillary Clinton’s busted 2008 run for President. The bullshit that Hillary had no knowledge about the DNC/DWS shenanigans against Sanders demonstrates to me the contempt that the Clinton’s have for the intelligence of the American public.

    ReplyDelete
  48. Replies
    1. We wants to take Deuce's Limo and residential compound away from him.

      Deuce deserves those. He worked for them. He created stuff.

      Sanders is an idiot who has never hired anyone, nor created anything at all.

      He mouths late 19th Century political bullshit.

      Sanders is no fool. He is beyond that.

      He is an idiot.

      Delete
    2. It's no coincidence that most of those that support Sanders are ill educated, young idiots.

      'The Kids', as they are called.

      Delete
    3. Quirk, at least, knows better. He's been in 'the real world', he ain't buying it.

      To Quirk, Sanders is just another 'dick'.

      Delete
    4. Fauxcohantes is an idiot and asshole too.

      She said she was a red injun when she wasn't, so she could get a free ride college.

      Delete
    5. .

      Sanders is no fool. He is beyond that.

      He is an idiot.



      And the village idiot of Moscow, ID should know of which he speaks.

      .

      Delete
  49. They're all a bunch of clowns, led by Al Franken.

    ReplyDelete
  50. So, what you had on the stage tonight, among other lamentable spectacles, were a fakaroo red injun, a professional clown, and the ghost of Karl Marx.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Debbie didn't do Philly, as she had been 'found out, and was layin' low.

      And that was about it for the evening.

      Delete
    2. I forgot Michelle Obama, who had been trying to poison the nation's school kids with her stupid lunch program for the last eight years.

      The children finally said 'enough', and started throwing the tasteless crap in the garbage pails.

      I've seen at least three documentaries showing the children throwing their Obama Meals in the trash.

      Of course, Michelle and O'bozo sent their kids to a fancy private school, where there was decent food, and who can blame them ?

      I wouldn't want my kids eating that shit either.

      Would you ?

      Delete
    3. For excellent insights into 'The Kids', the Bernie base, see Quirk's commentaries on the same over the last several months.....

      Delete
    4. Bernie's never done a fucking thing his entire life. He didn't 'work' until elected mayor of some small town in whatever northeastern state he's from.....honey mooned in the Soviet Union, his paradise.

      He's a total idiot and worthless human being.

      And HE wants to take Deuce's limo away.....

      Fuck him.

      Delete
  51. I remember in junior high school we actually had a doughnut bar. A separate small lunch counter dedicated to selling just different kinds of doughnuts. My dumb high school buddy would always buy his lunch there. Doughnuts and coke for lunch every single day. He wasn't the healthiest of dudes.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That's simply cause he was a glutton, and pigged out.

      At least he ate something !

      Delete
    2. Yeah, he was happy. There is that, I guess.

      Delete
  52. Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) called on Palestinians to register for voting in the upcoming Palestinian municipal elections.

    ...

    Registration process for the municipal elections has kicked off on Saturday and is to continue over the next five days throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

    ReplyDelete
  53. Replies
    1. .


      Don't listen to crazy uncle Bob, Sam.


      .

      Delete
    2. YES.

      Deuce has a Limo.

      And a driver too, I believe.

      By the way it is not the American Indian I am mocking when I attack Fauxcohantes with my red injun statements.

      Being from this area I've know plenty of actual American Indians.

      I hold them in high regard.

      It is Fauxcohantes I can't stand, with her trying to suck off their heritage, the witch.

      Delete
    3. I recall Deuce commenting here as he was being driven through somewhere in New York City, I believe it was, and trying to make up his mind whether to make the call for 'the Holland Tunnel' (?) or some other route....

      He was either in the back seat blogging, as I believe, or driving and blogging, a real no-no, on the level of Quirk's old habit of driving around Detroit aimlessly, sucking on a beer or two....a habit he has now, thankfully, renounced, to my great joy, being deeply concerned as I am about Quirk's well being....

      Delete
    4. Let's ask Deuce.

      Deuce, have you now, or have you ever had, a Limo, and a Driver ?

      Delete
    5. I say again, much as I sometimes disagree with him, the guy deserves it. He has created lots of stuff, done lots of projects, and even now he often flies off to some job or other overseas.

      Delete
  54. Finally, just for Quirk: "First we show the Poles, then everybody else" category -

    As Pope heads to Poland to press it to take more Muslim migrants, Poles arrest Muslim migrant with explosives
    By Robert Spencer on Jul 25, 2016 05:28 pm

    As Pope heads to Poland to press it to take more Muslim migrants, Poles arrest Muslim migrant with explosives
    Does Christian charity really require civilizational suicide? The Poles say no. Pope Francis differs. Here’s the politically correct fantasy: “Vatican statement accuses Polish politicians of whipping up fear against Muslims,” by Christopher Lamb, La Stampa, July 23, 2016: Just days before Pope Francis’ visit to Poland a Vatican statement has denounced an “artificially created fear […]
    Read in browser »


    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/07/as-pope-heads-to-poland-to-press-it-to-take-more-muslim-migrants-poles-arrest-muslim-migrant-with-explosives

    Cheers !

    Mpre B.S. Democrat Convention craparoo tomorrow !

    We have that to look forward to.....

    ReplyDelete