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Dog Man 08-09-2016 04:27 PM

Re: No One Should Be Above the Law
 
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Originally Posted by Mikeyy (Post 833712)
Honestly, I think Trump is dangerous to my country. To my kids. To the economy. To our foreign relations and to our public discourse. I think he is thin skinned and doesn't have what it takes to be POTUS. Hillary doesn't twitter every time someone trashes her. She is tougher than Trump. Trump is like a spoiled rich kid. Know why? Because that is what he is. He tells the Khan family he has sacrificed. WTF has he sacrificed except his two previous wives? C'mon man. You are not as dumb as some others. You have to get this.

LOL, The truth comes out, you hate rich people. :thumbsup I'm not a Trump supporter, I just hate Hillary, I think she is a worse person than Trump, much worse! I think she is a horrible, nasty, untrustworthy, corrupt human being. Other than that, I guess she is OK. :D If I could vote, I would vote Libertarian.

Bob the Slob 08-10-2016 02:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Bat (Post 833528)
As Secratary Of State Ms Clinton has proved herself to be incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information. She even admitted it.

Why the heck do liberals want to promote her?

LIBERALS don't...neoliberals do.

Bat 08-10-2016 05:34 PM

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Originally Posted by foundit66 (Post 833662)
That's the part where they are losing on these arguments... :rolls
When you raise the actual history of the "email" problems? With past presidents?

I raised similar problems with Bush where they also deleted emails.
At the time, I really didn't expect anything to be done about it. I didn't expect him to be dragged out of the White House in chains.
But with Clinton, that's exactly what they demand... :rolls



Why do some right-wingers think that hyperbole and lies are a realistic solution to furthering Trump?

I welcome you to quote her where she said she was incompetent in matters of national security and top secret information.
I won't hold my breath for you to actually show that... :rolls

Incompetent people almost never admit it, so you are asking way too much.
I'm simply looking at her actions that show either incompetence or flat out lies. Pick one.

foundit66 08-10-2016 05:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Bat (Post 834016)
Incompetent people almost never admit it, so you are asking way too much.

I'm asking you to prove what you claimed.
You said:
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Originally Posted by Bat
As Secratary Of State Ms Clinton has proved herself to be incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information.
She even admitted it.

So I am asking you to prove what you claimed regarding "She even admitted it"

I'm guessing that by your response you are now (at least implicitly) admitting your previous claim was wrong.

Bat 08-10-2016 06:21 PM

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Originally Posted by foundit66 (Post 834019)
I'm asking you to prove what you claimed.
You said:So I am asking you to prove what you claimed regarding "She even admitted it"

I'm guessing that by your response you are now (at least implicitly) admitting your previous claim was wrong.

I'm sure you won't like this,
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The State Department on Friday announced it would withhold in full seven “top secret” email chains that passed through Clinton’s unsecured server, a total of 22 documents and 37 pages of messages. It was the first time State agreed with the intelligence community inspector general that the contents of the messages were indeed sensitive enough to merit that highest classification level. State had previously contended that the intelligence community had overclassified some of the messages.
When asked about the contents of the messages, Clinton said she didn’t know details: “I don’t know which ones they have plucked out to fail to disclose, and we have called for all of them to be released.”
She emphasized that none of the messages was marked classified at the time, though there are still questions about whether the information was classified elsewhere when the messages were originally forwarded.
Clinton: I didn't generate any 'top secret' emails - POLITICO

So, yeah, she admitted that she was too incompetent to realize those messages were top secret.
I would think recognizing that would be a basic job requirement for a Secretary of State and a President. Ignorance of ones job responsibilities is no excuse.

Bat 08-10-2016 06:23 PM

Re: No One Should Be Above the Law
 
The verbal gymnastics that some of you Hillary Clinton supporters use to justify her acts is quite amazing.

foundit66 08-10-2016 07:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Bat (Post 834022)
I'm sure you won't like this,
Clinton: I didn't generate any 'top secret' emails - POLITICO
So, yeah, she admitted that she was too incompetent to realize those messages were top secret.

:no
Wow. It's amazing to see some people try to make apple juice out of oranges.
First off, she didn't generate any top secret emails.
Other people sending top secret emails through that server would not be something she would automatically privy to. She doesn't automatically read EVERYBODY's email that goes through that server.
Moreover, she's saying she hasn't been informed about which of other people's emails had been identified as having the higher security classification. Other people made the determination, and she had not yet been briefed on the other people's assessments.

So no.
NOWHERE did she say she was "incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information". :rolls


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Originally Posted by Bat (Post 834022)
I would think recognizing that would be a basic job requirement for a Secretary of State and a President.

You haven't a clue about what actually was occurring, do you.
Do you think she should be cognizant of EVERY EMAIL that went through that server?
Is that seriously the argument you are trying to put forth?

Cause that's a requirement of the nonsense argument you are throwing out there... :rolls


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Originally Posted by Bat (Post 834023)
The verbal gymnastics that some of you Hillary Clinton supporters use to justify her acts is quite amazing.

The lack of reading skills of some of you Hillary haters is quite amazing.
I am not trying to "justify" anything.
I am preventing you from making an absolutely b.s. statement.

300 H and H 08-10-2016 07:18 PM

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Originally Posted by foundit66 (Post 834028)
:no
Wow. It's amazing to see some people try to make apple juice out of oranges.
First off, she didn't generate any top secret emails.
Other people sending top secret emails through that server would not be something she would automatically privy to. She doesn't automatically read EVERYBODY's email that goes through that server.
Moreover, she's saying she hasn't been informed about which of other people's emails had been identified as having the higher security classification. Other people made the determination, and she had not yet been briefed on the other people's assessments.

So no.
NOWHERE did she say she was "incompetent when it comes to matters of national security and top secret information". :rolls



You haven't a clue about what actually was occurring, do you.
Do you think she should be cognizant of EVERY EMAIL that went through that server?
Is that seriously the argument you are trying to put forth?

Cause that's a requirement of the nonsense argument you are throwing out there... :rolls



The lack of reading skills of some of you Hillary haters is quite amazing.
I am not trying to "justify" anything.
I am preventing you from making an absolutely b.s. statement.

:funny

foundit66 08-10-2016 07:21 PM

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Originally Posted by 300 H and H (Post 834029)
:funny

If you have anything intelligent to say, let me know. :wave
Until then, I'll recognize when somebody is trying to mock something they clearly don't understand.

AZRWinger 08-11-2016 07:39 AM

Re: No One Should Be Above the Law
 
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Originally Posted by Mikeyy (Post 833712)
Honestly, I think Trump is dangerous to my country. To my kids. To the economy. To our foreign relations and to our public discourse. I think he is thin skinned and doesn't have what it takes to be POTUS. Hillary doesn't twitter every time someone trashes her. She is tougher than Trump. Trump is like a spoiled rich kid. Know why? Because that is what he is. He tells the Khan family he has sacrificed. WTF has he sacrificed except his two previous wives? C'mon man. You are not as dumb as some others. You have to get this.

Hillary doesn’t have to use social media because all her campaign has to do is notify the media which anti Trump lie they are to make the number one issue of the day. After having declared Hillary Clinton the inevitable next President the determination to act as an extension of Hillary's campaign. :thumbsup As WaPo editor Bob Woodward confessed, they have 25 reporters assigned to inundate their coverage with anti Trump opposition research. But it is Trump who is Un Presidential for using social media.:rolls

Hillary Clinton presided over one of the worst periods of US foreign policy in the last 50 years. The ME is in flames, Russia and China are on the rise, terrorist attacks are routine in the US and Europe, Obama is negotiating with Vietnam to export more American jobs and under Hillary your kids will be saddled with paying for NATO deadbeats. My, what wonderful prospects in foreign policy Hillary Clinton offers more of the same.:o

After 8 years of the Obama economy mired in the slowest recovery since 1949 with the lowest labor force participation rate in 40 years and record numbers of Americans on food stamps and disability you are worried about Trump who has created tens of thousands of jobs wrecking the economy. :rolls How's that GDP growth doing under the economic policies Hillary promises to continue? Oh wait, Hillary promises to put Bill Internet Bubble in charge of the economy, joy.:eek

Do you actually have any rationale behind attacking Trump as so worrisome or is it because he refuses to sit silentlywhile the Democrats and their media enablers slime him?


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