Too Dishonest To Investigate Nixon


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33 Responses to Too Dishonest To Investigate Nixon

  1. omanuel says:

    Unfortunately, we cannot know the limits of government deception until the US National Academy of Sciences fulfills its responsibility to Congress by honestly and openly evaluating overwhelming evidence that the entire solar system is controlled by the pulsar-centered remnant of the supernova that made our elements and birthed the solar system five billion years (5 Ga) ago.

  2. FTOP_T says:

    It defies logic how Hillary is not under investigation:

    Violated FISMA act by setting up a server and not reporting the system as past of FISMA compliance
    Violated FIA countless times by not acknowledging records were in her basement
    Violated Section 9 of the Constitution by accepting funds from foreign entities
    Violated memo of understanding with the White House

    Given the measly activities of Menendez, I guess the Clinton Foundation is too big of a corruption to fail.

    The whole foundation should be investigated for RICO and treason.

    Anyone that supports this criminal should be put under observation under the Baker Act.

  3. SMS says:

    I’m having a hard time deciding; is she evil, just plain stupid or a serious combination of both. Probably the third choice and using Hillary math, she’s 80% stupid and 90% evil.

    • SxyxS says:

      I’d advise you to research the word “arkancide”
      than you will know that Clintons are far from being stupid but
      are heavily involved in illegal activities+ having the “unexplainable” and statistically impossible luck that all witnesses,lawyer,judges who are a danger to their official image die away like flies(the most impressive number of sudden deaths since jfk was shot)
      btw-if you are not criminal/blackmailable your chance are 0 to become president

    • Gail Combs says:

      Hitlary was never stupid. She has always been the power behind the throne in that family. Immoral and arrogant and evil, yes but not stupid.

      She knows darn well she can get away with anything she wants up to and including murder as long as she kisses the right arse and it is not wee willy’s.

      • SMS says:

        Gail, just to remind you; she flunked her DC bar exam. Not something a “smart” person would do. The Woman Who Knew Too Little.

        • Gail Combs says:

          I didn’t know that. Thanks for the info.

          I just hope we do not get saddled with the snake as president.

        • There’s a difference between failing exams, and being stupid

        • Gail Combs says:

          Paul, you are correct. It would be wrong to underestimate her.

        • Neal S says:

          I’ll give one example of the difference between failing and being stupid that I’ve been told by someone who went to high-school with Jeffrey Dahmer, He tells that there was one particular long multiple choice test, where to somehow make a point, Jeffrey Dahmer deliberately answered every single question incorrectly. He didn’t leave any blank, but each one was an incorrect choice. Even if you know nothing about a subject, depending on the number of possible responses you would have some chance of getting at least a few right. The teacher realized that this must have been deliberate on Jeffrey’s part.

        • AndyG55 says:

          Was Jeffery a climate scientist?

          Deliberately getting everything wrong ?

  4. Scott says:

    She will be our next president. So how stupid is she? The American people deserve what they get.

    • Gail Combs says:

      We deserve Voter Fraud?
      From the waybackmachine

      Note that True the Vote was subject of IRS attack by the Obummer admin. and pulled the page.

      Outrage: Court acknowledges that IRS targeted True the Vote, dismisses lawsuit anyway

      …. As the 2012 election approached, Cher of all people referred to True the Vote as “a bunch of Tea Party Nazis” and “animals.” Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, who sits on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, informed True the Vote founder and president Catherine Engelbrecht that he would be launching an investigation into her organization.

      ….this was happening while the IRS was targeting conservative groups and holding up applications for nonprofit status, often through several election cycles. And even though the U.S. Federal District Court didn’t deny this, True the Vote’s case against the IRS was dismissed today.

      ……U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton said that “the IRS has assured the public that they’re no longer screening applications for tax exemptions based on its political leanings” and ruled that “Unless an actual, ongoing controversy exists in this case, this court is without power to decide it.”….

      WOW!!! I just LOVE the precedence that was just set!

      Based on that logic we can all go hunting XXXX and then declare to the judge we have STOPPED and therefore “this court is without power to decide”

      Now all we have to do is choose what we want to hunt.

      • Neal S says:

        Thanks for using the wayback machine. That judges decision turns my stomach. I’ve started reading bits of Sutherland’s “Judicial TYRANNY”. ISBN: 0975345567

        • Gail Combs says:

          We no longer have the rule of law. Even in my small city, if you do not donate to the right party (DemiRat) they will not try your case in criminal court. Heartland ran into the same problem with Glieck.

          13 current and former North Carolina and Virginia law enforcement officers indicted

          …Federal officials said at a news conference Wednesday that 13 current and former law enforcement officers are accused of protecting cocaine and heroin shipments along the East Coast…..

          The ex-girl friend of the guy who stole my trucks said he was running drugs up the east coast from Florida and stolen car parts from NYC down to NC. We had tons of evidence including collusion with a repair/tow shop and a load broker, but they would not even look at the case, just postponed the pre-trial for years and years. (I even talked to the FBI)

          Coincidence? maybe.

    • Smokey says:

      Scott thinks:

      She will be our next president.

      I think: not if Walker or someone similar is nominated.

      Hil has way too much baggage. Keep in mind that poll after poll shows that Americans self-identify as conservative by a 2:1 margin over those who self-identify as liberals.

      People are tired of the problems caused by ‘progressives’. If a relatively young, energetic candidate runs against her, it will be bad news for the past national loser. Americans always want change, and this time around they want change more than usual.

      Also, don’t accept the media’s rationale for Obama’s election wins. Obama won the first time because of America’s irrational guilt for past slavery (electing someone without a drop of slave blood) and because they believed Obama’s words, and the second time was due to massive, over the top voter fraud, plus a once in a lifetime hurricane (really, a tropical storm) that gave Obama and the media their excuse to keep him on TV, non-stop, for the 24 hours leading up to the election — while keeping Romney off. Equal time rules were jettisoned, and exit polling showed that the majority of voters did not make up their minds until the day of the election. Even Chris Matthews said the hurricane made the difference. Nothing is as powerful as television in getting voters to start head-nodding on short notice.

      JMHO. I’ve won local and statewide elections, so I know a little about what it takes. No one can see the future, and a month in politics is an eternity. Plenty can and will happen before the next election, which can easily go either way, or in an unexpected direction, as Obama demonstrated. But the public is iincreasingly frustrated with the economy, and illegal immigration, and the lack of jobs, and plenty of other problems. I don’t think Hillary will be able to just walk in and take the election like Obama did from McCain.

  5. JST1 says:

    You cant’ swing a dead cat without running into a reference of Carly Fiorina’s ouster from HP but try to find information in the main stream press about Hillary’s removal from the Nixon committee.

  6. Gail Combs says:

    Hitlery, Obummer and Benghazi. Obummer’s classic defense:

  7. rah says:

    Oh I got a better one than that:

  8. rah says:

    Gail it is Obama saying at one speech after another that he “promised to end the war in Iraq and did” and then saying at the end that “It wasn’t his decision to send combat troops back in”. I really don’t know how to get it to you without your e-mail except possibly like this:

  9. Gail Combs says:

    Seems obummer kissed the ring of the new Saudi King:

    You would thing he would learn to act with dignity

    Putin looking the Emperor of Japan in the eye.

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