Friday, January 29, 2016

Another Day, Another Dollar at

I'm afraid it's gotten to the point that there's enough material every day. Somethings going to have to give; we'll be traveling to Canonsburg over the weekend, and I don't think I'll be able to keep up.

Wow, Official: Some Clinton emails 'too damaging' to release
The intelligence community has now deemed some of Hillary Clinton’s emails “too damaging" to national security to release under any circumstances, according to a U.S. government official close to the ongoing review. A second source, who was not authorized to speak on the record, backed up the finding.

The decision to withhold the documents in full, and not provide even a partial release with redactions, further undercuts claims by the State Department and the Clinton campaign that none of the intelligence in the emails was classified when it hit Clinton's personal server.
Those must be some pretty important wedding plans or hot yoga routines. Really, I'm shocked that the professionals at the State Department actually let her near that stuff. I thought they had better sense. According to Former House Oversight chairman: 'FBI director would like to indict Clinton and Abedin'. We'll see about that. The Hill chimes in with the obvious: FBI's Hillary Clinton email investigation not letting up. It's only been 6 months. I'm sure the DOJ would like to stall it for another 18. The Observer Observes Why Hillary’s EmailGate Matters:
. . . Even by these low standards Hillary Clinton is an outlier. Her willful disregard for basic security has harmed our country, though it may take decades to discover exactly how. As a top French diplomat explained in exasperation, “You cannot say just anything on just any network!”—a reality-based viewpoint wholly absent when Ms. Clinton ran the show at Foggy Bottom. . .
 On the Bimbo Eruption front, Katherine Prudhomme-O'Brien explains Why I Heckled Hillary Clinton About Juanita Broaddrick and Sexual Assault
IN THE CONTEXT of the singular moment America saw of me at the early January town hall meeting in Derry, New Hampshire yelling words they could not hear at Hillary Clinton, she was correct when she told me I was being “very rude.” I knew I was rude. If there was a more polite way to ask Hillary for answers to my questions about her husband’s alleged sexual assaults and cover ups, I would have preferred it.
Ashe Schow finds more nuggets in Cammile Paglia's takedown of Hillary's feminist credentials:
The social critic took special note of how Clinton deviated from the "women as victims" narrative when it suited her — when her future was at risk due to husband Bill's infidelities. At that time, Clinton began berating women who accused her husband of rape and women who remained in abusive relationships.
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For Clinton, her campaign suffers "when she privileges elite professional women at men's expense," Paglia concluded.
While the NYT tries to figure out why Bill Clinton can't bring his old "magic" to the Hillary Clinton campaign. Althouse has a poll at the link. I go with the vegan explanation.

While over at the center of the kleptocracy, Citizens United Demands Why Clinton Donor Wasn’t Jailed After Numerous Deaths. Yes, that Citizens United. The reason, of course, is that Democrats are never held accountable for their conduct, if they've donated enough to the Chelsea, Bill and Hillary Clinton Foundation, or the DNC. Clinton pardon records offer fuel for Hillary's foes, pro quo, meets quid. One of those dirty little details that millennials will have no clue about. Access is getting almost as cheap a crude oil as Chelsea Clinton's fundraising flop: Soul Cycle event to raise money for Hillary a bust as $2,700 seats are offered for just $50 to fill bikes. I hear you can buy the bicycle seats to sniff, if you want. But have no fear, is the Clinton Foundation considering a much lower profile in 2016?
Why not? They have fulfilled their mission, at least in terms of the Clinton family ambitions, which is after all why the Clinton Foundation exists in the first place. After keeping the necessary political connections alive for another Hillary Clinton run for the Democratic presidential nomination, the foundation now worries that they may be getting in the way of her success, Ken Vogel reports for Politico:
The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation ― increasingly seen as a distraction by supporters of Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid ― is considering dialing back its activity during the campaign and a potential Clinton presidency, according to interviews and documents obtained by POLITICO.
With its packed slate of events already colliding with the presidential election calendar and donors growing wary, the foundation has commissioned a study from the powerhouse Boston Consulting Group on how to improve the foundation’s showcase endeavor, the Clinton Global Initiative or CGI, while a 2015 study flagged concerns that Clinton’s presidential campaign could hurt a separate project, the Clinton Health Access Initiative. …
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“Gosh, can’t they relax a bit on that work and focus on winning Iowa?” said one bundler. “But everyone is resigned to how they function, and presumes they know what they are doing.”
Or maybe they're just too busy shredding everything and destroying hard drives  in advance of the FBI investigation. "The Clintons are like herpes: Just when you think they're gone, they show up again."

Shockingly, a soft-porn actress has come out against Hillary, and for Bernie: 'What has she done that we're bragging about? How has she led?': Susan Sarandon backs Bernie for president. Hillary's campaign manager predicts Trump will win presidency if nominated! You can see the fear in his eyes. If that's what it takes to defeat Hillary, I'm OK with it. I'm a lesser of two evils kind of guy. Even Hillary! I'm in Fight of My Life in Iowa, New Hampshire she said, begging for a dollar. But
nobody circles the wagons like the “liberal” media.
Recent weeks have seen a large, simultaneous anti-Bernie Sanders effort by Democratic media. This movement is an attempt to ensure that a specific establishment, corporate candidate receive her scheduled coronation.
I don't see it that way myself. I see lots of Bernie fans, who would sniff his bicycle seat, but are too afraid he's lose.

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