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  1. LOL. JCD thought it couldn’t happen.

    Now he is terrified the Glorious Leader will cut-off his comfy hedge fund dividend checks by prosecuting Obama’s Wall Street criminals for their looting of young Americas to benefit lazy Boomers.

  2. IM78 says:

    I don’t see any way around it.

  3. Geoworker says:

    If one looks past the personalities involved, the election is really about choosing which social organization should be used for the US.

    It’s sad the candidates are so darn near sociopathic in behavior.

    • Phydeau says:

      We have one sociopath and one typical slightly sleazy career politician. For the record.

      • NewFormatSux says:

        I don’t know. I think most people would say that Trump is more than just slightly sleazy.

      • Guyver says:

        “Slightly sleazy” is now the new euphemism for criminal felon?

  4. NewFormatSux says:

    Marc, what makes you think America is going to elect Bloomberg?

  5. NewFormatSux says:

    Alright, one more time:

    Posted by Marc Perkel on July 12, 2015:
    The real question is, “Are we really stupid enough to believe The Donald is actually running?” Does anyone really think that by the end of this year Trump won’t become bored with his little political stunt and crawl back to his casinos to find something else to amuse him? Are we that dumb? Apparently – yes we are. And isn’t that just a little sad?

  6. Remember that JCD doesn’t recognize that inflation is a wealth tax. Everyone has blind spots.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Not when ROI is multiples of inflation, and not when many of your costs are socialized, subsidized, and tax advantaged.

      Add up: BOTH sides of the column. So…yes…an obvious “tax” of sorts or in effect.

      Are we supposed to pity the rich…..or tax them to Hell?

      • Inflation robs working people who get paid by the hour.

        Inflation benefits rich people who ride the inflated stock prices.

        The money printing will stop soon.

  7. Phydeau says:

    Here’s your “impartial, nonpartisan” Republican FBI director at work: Insisted on not disclosing that Russians were trying to influence the election (in Trump’s favor) because it was “too soon” before the election. But he felt it was completely appropriate to mention some maybe-kinda-sorta relevant (turns out not at all) emails involved in the Clinton email investigation right before the election.

    http://cnbc.com/2016/10/31/fbis-comey-opposed-naming-russians-citing-election-timing-source.html

    Yeah, right. Impartial. Nonpartisan. 🙄

    • Bob says:

      You loved him a few months ago.

    • Johnathan says:

      The issue you are talking about has been complicated by the fact that Abedin didn’t turn over all of her email devices to the FBI as required.

      If there is nothing in them you have nothing to worry about. But you dont know that.

      Huma Abedin created this timing problem, not Comey. Blame her.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

        NewFormatSux says:
        Whoda thunk, a Republican FBI director not prosecuting a Democrat for a crime no one else has been prosecuted for either. /// Right you are………… but because no one else has ever done it. Variations far short of what Hillary did…yes. But not at all what she and her minion did. An open back door to National Secrets.

        …………………. still not as bad as Trump…….. for all the reasons numerously given.

        Wake Up Sheep: the Wolf is at your door.

        ……….and Again: Marc was totally correct when originally posting. But like Scientology… a tale told by a fraudulent narcissist was believed by so many, it took him in.

        A real shakespearan tragedy I tells ya!!!!

    • NewFormatSux says:

      At the risk of having it directed right back at me…
      Phydeau says:
      7/5/2016 at 5:50 pm

      You could make some pretty good vinegar from all the sour grapes here 😉

      Whoda thunk, a Republican FBI director not prosecuting a Democrat for a crime no one else has been prosecuted for either.

      Brush the dust off your dictionary page that contains the definition for the word “integrity”. Been a long time since that word has applied to a Republican. You might be unfamiliar with it.

      Phydeau says:
      7/5/2016 at 6:43 pm

      Don’t y’all worry… even though the FBI isn’t charging her, the wingnut masses (who have much better sources than the FBI) are convinced she’s guilty and are flogging her mercilessly.

      It’s all they got really… anything to distract people from the disaster that is The Donald.

      • Phydeau says:

        You miss the point, NFS. The point is that the Republican FBI director hid the fact that they were investigating Russian involvement with the Trump campaign, in order not to influence the election (it should influence the election, but that’s another story), but he didn’t feel the same way when he decided to make vague statements about more non-Clinton emails that definitely influenced the election.

        So it looks very much like the Republican FBI director is aiding the Republican presidential candidate and damaging the Democratic presidential candidate.

        • Phydeau says:

          http://nytimes.com/2016/11/02/us/politics/fbi-james-comey-hillary-clinton-donald-trump.html

          WASHINGTON — The F.B.I. and Justice Department faced a hard decision in two investigations this past summer that had the potential to rock the presidential election. The first case involved Donald J. Trump’s campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and secretive business dealings in Ukraine. The second focused on Hillary Clinton’s relationships with donors to her family foundation.

          At the urging of the Justice Department, the F.B.I. agreed not to issue subpoenas or take other steps that would make the cases public so close to the election, according to federal law enforcement officials.

          Against this backdrop, the decision of the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, to send a letter to Congress last week about a renewed inquiry concerning Mrs. Clinton’s emails is not just a departure from longstanding policy; it has plunged the F.B.I. and the Justice Department directly into the election, precisely what Justice officials were trying to avoid.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          Brush the dust off your dictionary page that contains the definition for the word “integrity”.

      • Phydeau says:

        And btw you’re right… I overestimated Comey’s integrity. Oh well. 🙄

    • NewFormatSux says:

      How do you know the e-mails are not relevant? Do you know something the FBI doesn’t?
      They found 650,000 e-mails. She said she had none.
      At the least we have Huma Abedin in legal trouble.

      • Phydeau says:

        The point is not whether the emails are relevant, the point is that they chose to reveal this particular investigation that damaged the Democratic candidate, but chose NOT to reveal the investigation about the Russian connection to Trump that would have damaged the Republican candidate.

        Using the power of the FBI to influence the election. He should be fired.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          He also chose not to recommend an indictment of Hillary, which would have affected the outcome of the election(and probably produced President Bernie if the establishment doesn’t parachute in Drunk Uncle Joe).

    • Vladimir Putin says:

      We in Russia love the Clintons. She is like Russian doll, she is giving over and over. She even gave us all of your Uranium. Well, it costs us big, but we still get what we want.

      Ha, ha. You Americans, not too bright eh?

      I’m with her!

  8. McCullough says:

    Look on the bright side.

    The *new* Clinton administration is already the most transparent administration in history, It’s just not by choice.

  9. Dummy Up says:

    WHICH “sleazeball” are you referring to?

    They’re BOTH from New York!

    OK. Got the obvious out of the way. But seriously. Shouldn’t the question should be: “Do you want more of the same (Washington aristocracy)? Or do you want to give a big giant “fuck you” to the establishment and say, YOU’RE FIRED!”?

    Let’s also not forget the definition of insanity too! — Doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. (Hint Hint!)

  10. JR says:

    Why some much hate for Trump? Because he likes pussy? Who cares if he’s a pig and has a thing for woman. Shit he talks like a typical New Yorker Construction Millionaire.

    It appears that the Clintons are far worse, maybe they’ve even murdered people in this country and others (bengazi).

    Both candidates are not good for any of us non-rich people.

    • Phydeau says:

      How about because he’s a failed businessman (4 bankruptcies and a dozen failed businesses) who is easily manipulated? How can he stand up to America’s enemies when he gets all pouty when Saturday Night Live makes fun of him?

      He inspires people to spray paint “Vote Trump” on black churches, then burn them down (happened yesterday).

      He tweets snide insults at 3AM like a junior high school girl.

      He’s got questionable alliances with Chinese and Russian bankers and businessmen, and he won’t release his tax returns like every other candidate for the last 40 years. What is he hiding?

      The list goes on and on. This is the kind of guy you want running the most powerful nation in the world?

      You’ve gotta put down that Faux News crack pipe, pal.

      • NewFormatSux says:

        See Reichstag Fire. This is what happens when the Clinton camp is forced to fire their dirty tricksters.

  11. Mr Anderson says:

    He says it’s rigged, because he rigged it.

  12. NewFormatSux says:

    Question, we already knew liberals hate local cops, now they are hating the FBI, but are they following Hillary’s lead and hating the Secret Service as well?

    That was so bad that the agents actually cheered when she broke her elbow.

  13. Geoworker says:

    From the photos above…his teeth are whiter than her teeth. So there – the deciding factor has been revealed.


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