We are a commune of inquiring, skeptical, politically centrist, capitalist, anglophile, traditionalist New England Yankee humans, humanoids, and animals with many interests beyond and above politics. Each of us has had a high-school education (or GED), but all had ADD so didn't pay attention very well, especially the dogs. Each one of us does "try my best to be just like I am," and none of us enjoys working for others, including for Maggie, from whom we receive neither a nickel nor a dime. Freedom from nags, cranks, government, do-gooders, control-freaks and idiots is all that we ask for.
I don't trust the FBI. They came out of the closet with the Hillary case but they have been skirting the law for years and playing fast an loose with politics and the law for years. They performed very badly at Ruby Ridge, Waco and Oklahoma City. They have been involved in cover ups as in Fast and Furious and throughout the Bill Clinton presidency. Their actions during the flight 800 investigation seems designed to disregard any evidence that didn't fit the pre-ordained conclusion. Their policy of not recording their interviews and then to make a report based on the interviewers conclusions of what was said rather than what was actually said is incredibly stupid and seems designed to allow the fabrication of evidence. An honest person would be a fool to talk to an FBI agent.
Trump is way more prepared for the job than Hillary and much more so than Obama. Why do we always have to have candidates who have loads of 'political' experience? I never understood that. Running a state (such as governors who run for the presidency) is quite similar to running a business. You are the CEO of the state.
The only additional bit you need is the experience for the world stage and most governors do not have that. So they are now in the same category as Trump.
In a business you need to hire and fire, delegate responsibility, keep track of the financial health of your firm, work within the laws, etc. Please tell me what is so terribly different about the presidency in terms of running the domestic concerns?
You can have all the 'experience' in the world to be president, as Clinton claims to have, but it cam be bad experience...which we can see by looking at her horrible failures in foreign policy, her email scandal, the way she inserted her Foundation into the State Dept., etc. She has already proven that if she took the oath of office she would by lying as she spoke the words.
See you, Hillary! You will be gone on November 9th. Hopefully, never to be heard from again except when you are in court trying to defend your heinous actions.
From the movie City Slickers -
Phil: You’re right I suppose, I mean, I guess it is childish. But when I was about 18 and my dad and I couldn’t communicate about anything at all, we could still talk about baseball. Now that – that was real.
Substitute football, and that is what the politization of the NFL is taking away from us.
Another guy named Dan
How long do you have to work to make $160,000? If your name is Marian Robinson, the answer is no time at all.
Washington D.C. – First Grandma Marian Robinson, 79, will receive a lifetime 160K government pension when she leaves the White House next year, according to congressional budget statements.
According to documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), Mrs. Robinson earned the lifetime pension for “services rendered as full-time/in-home caregiver” for granddaughters Malia, 18, and Sasha, 15, during President Obama’s two terms in office....
While holding no official job title, Mrs. Robinson likely qualified for her lifetime pension under the “optional” eligibility requirement for the Civil Service Retirement Act (CSRS).
Not many grandmothers receive a grotesquely extravagant lifetime pension for having babysat their own grandchildren. It must be wonderful to have your snout in the trough, so long as the looting spree lasts.
Maybe a lawyer could explain why this is not graft.
If the Moonbattery link doesn't work use the link for the BostonTribune- "no time at all," which is what Moonbattery is quoting.