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Comment Re:Veterans care (Score 1) 51

All on her own?

I'm relatively confident she cast her vote in the Senate by herself

OK, admittedly I could have phrased that better. It was, however, fun to watch you go off the deep end on it.

What I was after with "all on her own" was that she was not the only Senator to vote for it. Ultimately it was such a lopsided vote that no single vote was worth much of anything as your party beat all the sense out of everyone and forced them to vote in support of a war that was sold on a giant stack of lies and bullshit.

We still don't have all the information on the documents. Read the rest of the releases. These documents are now listed "classified" but it is not clear what their status was at the time.

Way too prosaic.

That's right, it's a democrat here, so they are automatically guilty. No need to examine facts, you already know they are guilty. Fuck the investigation, right? Obviously Hillary's email server existed so she could more rapidly catalyze the socialist anarchist atheist Islamist communist illuminati reptoid takeover of the world, right?

Comment Re:Veterans care (Score 1) 51

Senator Clinton voted for that fiasco?

All on her own?

I'm relatively confident she cast her vote in the Senate by herself. But then, you're one to go peddling conspiracy theories about this immaculate, longsuffering civil servant, aren't you? If Senator Clinton didn't cast her vote for the Iraq war, who did? Why is it even a question? Are we to believe that Dick "VooDoo Mastermind" Cheney, ensconced in the Cloak Room with his Foul Doll Collection, did exert eldritch influence on U.S. Senators to draw the country into a sandy Vietnam debacle? Is that what you think? That he turned up the gravity with his Wand of Don't Mess With Me on Senator Wellstone?

We still don't have all the information on the documents. Read the rest of the releases. These documents are now listed "classified" but it is not clear what their status was at the time.

Way too prosaic. We're going to have to work Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, and Feith in there to give this line of malarky some heft. I mean, one can envision someone hitting "Send" on a document after accidentally attaching the wrong file. I'll give you twice, because I'm generous. But are you not supposed to report matters when people screw up, precisely so that, when the investigation rolls through, you've shown due diligence?
Oh, yeah. This is Her Majesty. She don't give a flying French fornication about the rules that the peasants live by.

Comment Re:Veterans care (Score 1) 51

You seem to have problems naming people.

For the first, pick any candidate running for the GOP nomination for POTUS and they have likely committed that exact untruthful deed. For the second, look at any elected - and many unelected - members of the Bush Jr administration.

For the record, am I supposed to un-remember that Senator Clinton voted for that fiasco?

All on her own? Did she propose it, and sell it to us based on a giant pile of lies as well? I would prefer her to have had enough spine to vote against it, but hardly anyone else did due to the fact that your side had the mega-spin machine in such high gear that you scared a huge portion of congress to vote for it under the threat of being run out of DC as "un-American". Some may recall that the only senator facing re-election in 2002 who voted against it mysteriously fell out of the sky just a few weeks prior to election day.

You know, the person with classified documents on her unauthorized personal email server?

We still don't have all the information on the documents. Read the rest of the releases. These documents are now listed "classified" but it is not clear what their status was at the time. If you are so highly knowledgeable on military intelligence you should understand how this works.

Comment Re:huh? (Score 1) 102

Your denial of the historical truths as laid out in The Black Book of Communism are as lousy as the doctrine itself.

I do not deny that the deaths and other bad things happened. I merely point out that they did not happen because of Communism itself, they happened because of the leaders that rose to the top of those Communist-in-name-only republics. Communism did not cause those things to happen any more so than a corporate republic such as ours could have prevented them; indeed look at how many people we have killed in the name of profit in recent times.

If you're going to embrace Hell's politics, Communism, I guess I shouldn't expect any sort of honesty about it.

So Satan wants equality, and The Lord wants disparity? I never knew that. You read from a very different book, there.

Comment Re:"Giant steps are what you take. . ." (Score 1) 4

How you got from "looking at an issue" to "opted to propose" is mysterious.

That is less of a leap than the ones you take when shouting your favorite conspiracies to the world and why they should lead to extralegal removal (or more) of particular politicians.

Nonetheless, no reasonable person would consider a wall on the US-Canada border. It simply makes no sense from any angle. We have been patrolling it with drones for some time to supplement the people who survey it. And how could one possibly wall the Great Lakes?

Although as we saw before, The Kevlar Kandidate only Knows of 30 States so perhaps that makes his wall simpler?

Comment Re:You're opening the door to your competitors... (Score 4, Insightful) 154

Simply put, if things stop coming to Netflix, so will the viewers. We aren't locked in to 2 year contracts, so we can come and go as we please. Maybe, Netflix, you should continue to court us.

You sound like believe this is something Netflix is doing on purpose. Given the business environment they're operating in and how content licensing works, it's just as likely that someone in the industry is jerking them around.

Comment Re:Veterans care (Score 1) 51

Again:

Name them. Name. One. Go ahead

You seem to have problems naming people.

Second, the bullshit that lead us into the war in Iraq.

For the record, am I supposed to un-remember that Senator Clinton voted for that fiasco? You know, the person with classified documents on her unauthorized personal email server? I guess she gets a pass, having admitted it was a mistake, and stuff.

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