Trading Places

A few weeks ago, the head of the DNC announced that it is illegal to criticize FBI director James Comey


Today, Hillary Clinton announced that it is inappropriate to not criticize FBI director James Comey.


A more formal legal interpretation might read as :

Comey should have thrown her ass in jail months ago.


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58 Responses to Trading Places

  1. Latitude says:

    if she becomes president….how is this woman going to get a security clearance??

  2. RAH says:

    The same way her Husband and Obama did. I saw a lowly Corporal go to Leavenworth for having sexual relations with a trainee. Many a person in the Army have been stripped of their security clearances for having illicit affairs. But as we know there is no standard for Politicians. If there were Sen. Patrick Leahy would have gone to prison a long time ago instead of just being forced off the Senate Intelligence committee. His mouth cost the at least one life and an important stream of HUMIT coming out of Egypt at the time.

    • GW says:

      Please illuminate us (me) as to the indiscretions of Leahy. I haven’t heard anything from or about him in years. The last thing I accurately remember was VP Cheney telling him to go fuck himself following some hearing or something. I thought he was living wood at this point – his puppeteers propping him up for votes.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        I also remember Cheney’s GFY but there’s a more serious pattern of security violations by Leaky Leahy:

        On numerous occasions, leaks about U.S. intelligence operations, particularly those against al Qaeda, have damaged our ability to safeguard our nation. They also have endangered the lives of intelligence operatives and informants. So it’s hard not to be alarmed by a letter to Congress the Justice Department recently released – a letter indicating that Sen. Patrick J. Leahy, Vermont Democrat, is seeking covert intelligence information.

        This naked power grab is rather remarkable given Mr. Leahy’s demonstrated inability (or unwillingness) to maintain the confidentiality of critical national security information. Mr. Leahy, after all, is the same man who leaked like a sieve during his previous tenure on the Senate Intelligence Committee. The San Diego Tribune, for example, reported that in a 1985 television interview, Mr. Leahy, then vice chairman of the committee, disclosed a top-secret communications intercept of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s telephone conversations. The intercept had facilitated the capture of the Arab terrorists who had hijacked the cruise ship Achille Lauro and murdered American citizens. Mr. Leahy’s callous disregard for maintaining the secrecy of American intelligence activities ended up costing the life of an Egyptian operative involved in the operation.

    • Tom Bakert says:

      That’s HUMINT, RAH. Otherwise, good post.

  3. tommy says:

    We have to STOP Hillary Clinton’s Corruption Network !!!!!!!!!!!
    2006 Audio Emerges of Hillary Clinton Proposing Rigging Palestine Election
    Unearthed tape: ‘We should have made sure that we did something to determine who was going to win’

    We have to STOP Hillary Clinton’s Corruption Network !!!!!!!!!!!
    Company that Supplied Voting Machines to 22 States Donated to Clinton Foundation

  4. tommy says:

    Why are Bushes voting for Hillary Clinton ?????
    Unprecedented? Clinton/Gore ’92 Seized On Law Enforcement Revelation 4 Days Before Election

  5. gator69 says:

    Has anyone else ever received a vague and inappropriate letter from the FBI? Just crious.

    • RAH says:

      No but a couple times when I was in the Army they came around asking questions about me from various people I knew. That was part of getting a security clearance for the Army. Unfortunately they don’t seem to do that before the allow politicians access.

      • gator69 says:

        I have been checked out as well, but because of my brother’s gubbermint jobs. The weirdest was when I returned to my girlfriend’s apartment one morning (where I did not live) to find two of them snooping about, and asking her neighbors questions about us.

        We have a ruling class.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Did they ask you about the neighbors? A good agent should determine the veracity of the sources by talking to their neighbors. :)

          • gator69 says:

            Actually they did ask me about her neighbors, after I overheard them interviewing the very same next door neighbor, about us (that is, my girlfriend and me). It was a weak and twitchy attempt to cover their true errand. But they were young, well dressed, and very polite.

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            So they don’t send smelly, beefy, middle-aged thugs with bad teeth like in the old Soviet Bloc?

            America! It doesn’t suck!

        • Ernest Bush says:

          The FBI did precisely the same thing in my neighborhood while I was in the Air Force needing a security clearance. The only difference is that it was in 1962. They have been doing this for a long, long time obviously. There is probably an inch-thick folder about me in the bowels of the government somewhere along with half a dozen sets of fingerprints.

        • Tom Bakert says:

          I know it’s kind of creepy, gator, but it’s standard procedure when someone is undergoing a background check for TS/SCI clearance and some potentially adverse information was discovered.

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            Well, yes, it is standard. Some 25 years ago I was on a team responding to an RFQ for a major defense contractor and in the process they mistakenly took me to a section of the premises where I shouldn’t have been allowed. The contractor’s security people tried to play catch up by sending me security questionnaires and requesting various documents but in the end they must have fessed up and reported a security breach. For a few following months the FBI kept appearing at our company questioning our employees, including my subordinates, about who I was and what they knew about me. We had some fun with it because some of my colleagues reported to me about these visits so we were all informing on each other. They never interviewed me directly but as far as I’ve been told, the investigators were young, formally dressed and very polite. :)

            Even years later, some of my older guys would screw with rookie hires by looking at the ceiling in the middle of some conversation and fearfully remarking to each other: “Do you think the mikes and cameras are still around from the time the FBI investigated the boss?”

          • gator69 says:

            Hey Tom! I know it is standard procedure, and I’ve been through it three timers (that I know of), but you really had to be there that day. I expected them to question my neighbors, but to hear them pressing my girlfriend’s neighbors for any dirt on us was a bit much to take on a beautiful spring morming, when I had other things on my mind.

            This is why I abhor politicians, who get a security clearance pass simply because they got the most “likes”from an ill-informed electorate. I would like to see our ruling class drug tested, and subjected to personality/psychological testing as well. If Walmart requires drug and personality tests for store greeters, shouldn’t we expect as much from the POTUS et al?

          • Tom Bakert says:

            I like the bit where they sanitize the room and turn on the red warning lights while waiting for your clearance to arrive like you’re some kind of security pariah .

            Gator, interviewing your girlfriend’s neighbors is really disturbing. What the hell ?!?

  6. Jack Striker says:

    Weiner seems to have cut a deal:

    Could we REALLY be seeing the bitch queen be taken down before the election?

  7. Latitude says:

    ok….whatthasamhell is this

    Poll: Donald Trump +4 in Florida; Jumps 19 Points Among Cubans

    Today’s poll shows a dramatic shift. Trump now leads Clinton among Cubans by ten points — 52 percent vs. 42 percent for Clinton.

    These poll people just honestly do not get it… sane person is going to tip their hand until the last minute….there are crazy liberals out there that will kill you

    • Jack Striker says:

      With the public transportation strike in Philadelphia starting tomorrow, Pennsylvania will go Trump if it isn’t finished before Election Day.

    • Ernest Bush says:

      I’ve been hanging up on pollsters for the last six months. It’s the only thing that kept me from turning into a liar, just for kicks.

    • Eric Simpson says:

      ABC using a +9D poll (1 point higher than yesterday) has Cankles +1.

      AA early voting by blacks down 17% in FL and 21% in NC from 2012 (translates to losing 214,000 votes in NC & 120,000 in FL).

      In FL Rs lead both absentees +early by 23,000 after one full week (red counties JUST STARTED!) This is unheard of.

      VA: Portsmouth, largest black district in the state, down 33% from 2012. Folks, they aren’t even going to win VA.

      Republicans leading Dems in Michigan Early Vote Ballot Requests by 90k and Returned Ballots by over 20k.

      These are mind-boggling numbers. MI means game over. But PA will go with OH and MI.

      Gravis Pollster: Johnson voters breaking to Trump.

      Wow, Trump’s poll gains last week look just like Reagan’s 1980 surge.

    • Eric Simpson says:

      Btw, I saw an election segment on Fox News today where they were comparing the two candidates positions on climate change, and Fox started out with shots of the high tide flooding in Miami, and implied it was due to climate change.

      I suspected that was absolute bullshjt, and sure enough, I find out that the beach is SUBSIDING!

      A comment from Rud Istvan on this site on Sept 18th:

      Occaisional minor tidal flooding since Miami Beach is subsiding for two reasons. 1. 2/3 of it was built on fill from Biscayne Bay in the 1920’s that is still compacting, just like the Battery in New York. 2. Drawdown of the underlying Biscayne aquifer for provide Miami drinking water.

      Fox needs to be corrected on the bs that we were implying about the tidal flooding and sea level!

    • RAH says:

      The polls often get a lot more accurate during the last couple weeks before election day. They think they’re fooling people by being able to point to what they had reported on their last poll when compared to the actual results. As if nobody is going to pay attention to the BS they were pumping all during the campaigns.

  8. Frank K. says:

    Take a look at Drudgereport right now. OMG! 650,000 e-mails, FBI agents resigning, calls for Hillary to step aside… I am watching all this in stunned amazement…

  9. Steve Case says:

    If my laptop had 650,000 emails, it would prolly splode.

    • Tom Bakert says:

      Although I’m skeptical of the 650,000 number, even 650,000 emails saved as plain text would not take up very much disk space. Also, they may not have been downloaded but actually reside on an ISP server.

  10. jst1 says:

    “A more formal legal interpretation might read as :

    Comey should have thrown her ass in jail months ago.”

    FBI investigates. DOJ prosecutes.

  11. Robertv says:

    Now they even use Soybeans to win the elections for Hillary.

    Was Q3 GDP Rigged Just In Time For The Election?

  12. RAH says:

    When you lose Mika Brzezinski, your done!

    • Me says:

      Plus I just got a message with some error code, saying something about wordpress and my message was spam? Anyone else get something similar?

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