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Comment You'll likely be disappointed with it (Score 1) 2 2

I haven't seen any indication of it including the damning email that was sent from President Lawchair - copied to Hillary Clinton, of course - that authorized the terrorists to make the attack on Benghazi so that President Lawnchair could reap huge political gains. You'll likely therefore file it under "fiction".

On top of that, if it only covers 13 hours from the first bullet, it won't include the SoS initial description as that came more than 13 hours out.

But we can't let those pesky facts get in the way of your favorite conspiracy.

Comment Re:Shorter d_r: (Score 1) 5 5

Furthermore your constant state of goalpost-moving - particularly the fact that you are able to support your team in part but anyone of any other team must support their team 110% of the time - is again noted.

Is that like when you try to typecast #OccupyResoluteDesk to "conservative", or do you have some other meaning in mind?

No. There is no goalpost moving or assignment of blame when I point out that President Lawnchair has secured an executive record as the most conservative president in the history of our nation to date. It is simply a direct observation of what has actually happened thus far.

Comment Re:Shorter d_r: (Score 1) 5 5

Hmm. I point out some of the failings in your conspiracy and you attack me; that somehow makes your conspiracy stronger? Interesting.

As for "abject cretins", you haven't shown any reason why yours are better than mine. Furthermore your constant state of goalpost-moving - particularly the fact that you are able to support your team in part but anyone of any other team must support their team 110% of the time - is again noted.
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Journal Journal: Benghazi Conspiracy Summarized in Four Words 5 5

Conspiracy propagators tend to love bumper stickers. This bumper sticker is stricken with nearly more problems than words, though.
  • It claims that what was told was known at the time to not be true (ie, the definition of a lie)
  • It claims the wrong order of events (it would be essentially impossible to lie about something before i

Comment Would five dollars do it? (Score 1) 549 549

I think I can rummage that much up for this site. Given what I've seen around here lately I would expect $5 would cover the expenses of this site for everything but the web hosting costs (which shouldn't be awful considering how few people still read this site). I could probably get the other users to kick in $5 each as well, as we could really have a party.

Or do we have to buy sourceforge in the same purchase as well? That is actually worth something. We might need a banker.

Comment And yet 15 years later... (Score 2, Interesting) 67 67

... we still can't get competent editors at slashodt. Certainly there must have been someone who minored in English or Journalism who could take care of these atrocious front-page grammar and readability issues? I've seen better writing in comment sections of code written by people who learned English as a third or fourth language.

Comment Re:So, it's a "conspiracy" if its about a Democrat (Score 1) 168 168

I guess if you think #OccupyResoluteDesk is conservative

President Lawnchairs actions will go down in history as demonstrably conservative. Not merely conservative, but more conservative than any president who came before him. You can debate his inner philosophy all you want, but the bills he has signed into law speak for themselves.

then you probably think Bernie Sanders is right of center.

No, Sanders is indeed left of center. His voting record as a senator mostly supports that.

I'm curious if you could offer an example of a "sane" web site.

The main reason why I don't consider this to be a "sane" web site is because they refuse to acknowledge their profound bend towards conservatism. When they clearly have a bias one way, and refuse to admit it, they are not showing good editorial sanity (regardless of whether or not their opinions are rooted in reality).

Comment Re:So, it's a "conspiracy" if its about a Democrat (Score 1) 168 168

It's a "conspiracy" if its about a Democrat

No, it becomes a conspiracy when the facts are left behind and assumptions are substituted in their place. When you insist that the email debacle is a high crime because it is associated with a democrat and you want it to be associated with other conspiracies that you have helped propagate for some time, then it becomes a conspiracy.

You can drop the name "Powell" without any URL

I'm going off of other comments that were posted here on slashdot. Not that you ever follow links that I post anyways.

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