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Comment Re:well well well (Score 2) 215

Actually, the DNC has a contractual and fiduciary responsibility to stay neutral in a primary, because they sign contracts to that affect.

Section 4 of the Democratic Party charter reads this way:

"In the conduct and management of the affairs and procedures of the Democratic National Committee, particularly as they apply to the preparation and conduct of the Presidential nomination process, the Chairperson shall exercise impartiality and evenhandedness as between the Presidential candidates and campaigns. The Chairperson shall be responsible for ensuring that the national officers and staff of the Democratic National Committee maintain impartiality and evenhandedness during the Democratic Party Presidential nominating process."

The chairperson was Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who resigned / was fired earlier today. The CEO of the DNC is Amy Dacey. But look at their emails and tell me if that lives up the charter.

https://www.facebook.com/DNCfr...

Some of us are suing.

Comment Working with? [Re:well well well] (Score 1) 215

Who said "working with"? I found no claim of the GOP working with Russia to pull off the hack. So far the DNC claim is that Russia hacked or backed the hacks because Russia wants Trump to win.

Trump has talked about dismantling or shrinking NATO, which Russia would be happy with. GOP doesn't have to be involved for Russia to make such a conclusion.

Comment Re:You've got to appreciate the irony... (Score 1) 46

Yahoo says this is impossible, then Yahoo does what they claimed was impossible. Thus, there are two options:

1. Yahoo lied the first time
2. Yahoo lied the second time

I'd appeal too. Especially if I was innocent and Yahoo faked emails to appease some government entity who was sure I must have something incriminating.

Comment Re: Oh boy (Score 1) 355

But that's how it's =supposed= to work. As someone once pointed out, the Founders *designed* the system to promote legislative gridlock, under the theory that the less legislation gets passed, the less *stupid* legislation gets passed.

My feeling is that even if Trump sucks, it's better to have someone who will argue with Congress, rather than a rubberstamp for every lunacy that comes down the pike, as I expect would happen with Clinton in the office.

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