And So It Goes

August 10, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Heads up

Nine months after the presidential election was decided, a federal judge is ordering the State Department to try again to find emails Hillary Clinton wrote about the Benghazi attack.

U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta ruled that the State Department had not done enough to try to track down messages Clinton may have sent about the assault on the U.S. diplomatic compound on Sept. 11, 2012 — an attack that killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya.

Judicial Watch is not giving up without an eternal fight.  Look, I get it.  I don’t care if he’s dead, I still want to impeach Nixon.  But, I’m not costing the taxpayers a damn fortune to do it.

Lock her up!

 

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12 Comments to “And So It Goes”


  1. Jane & PKM says:

    After the incredible sums spent by Darrell Issa and Trey Gowdy, Judicial Watch can chase Hilz if and ONLY if they spend their own money.

    This taxpayer is tired of having his money spent chasing unicorns. During the primary Senator Sanders said it best: “The American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails!”

    Seriously. Do the math, asshats. Given the number of e-mails I delete without reading on an average day, it is no surprise to me that a person of Sec/Sen Clinton’s stature would have in excess of 33,000 deleted e-mails over a period of time. Holy crap, imagine just the number of unsolicited e-mails she must have received from bridal boutiques, cake bakers and wedding planners as she planned the wedding for Chelsea and Marc.

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  2. JAKvirginia says:

    Jane & PKM: You know we’re not going to get very far if you insist on bringing logic to the discussion. 😉

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  3. Where’s Waldo?
    Waiting For Godot.
    Hillary’s Emails.

    Oh, and:
    Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.

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  4. For those of you with an inquiring mind, check out the number of Emabssies and the employees killed under George W. Disgusting historical ommission.

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  5. Bernie Spencer says:

    Just to be on the record, I do still want to impeach Nixon.

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  6. I vote for impeaching Nixon. And Reagan over Iran-Contra. And Dubya for starting a war based on faked information without checking to see if it might be faked. And Cheney just because. And Donnie for treason and being an unqualified asshat who persistently puts people in charge of government departments they want to destroy.

    And any president who ever, in any form, said “Bring it on!” for being a testosterone-poisoned idiot.

    Have they looked in the back of my mother’s garage yet? Might be some Clinton emails in there.

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  7. slipstream says:

    Re impeaching Nixon:

    After John Wycliffe committed the horrible sin of translating the Bible into a language the people could understand (English!), he died in 1384 AD. The Christian church eventually got around to condemning him, and ordered him burned at the stake. That was in 1415. Somebody mentioned that that might be difficult, as by that time Wycliffe had been dead and buried for 31 years.

    No problem. They knew where he was buried. They dug up the bones, burned him, threw the ashes into the river. That was done in 1428, .

    It seems to have worked. Wycliffe hasn’t been any trouble since then.

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  8. slipstream says:

    . . . and we know where Nixon is buried . . .

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  9. slipstream says:
    “threw the ashes into the river.”

    Nice touch. Burned him at the stake, more or less, then drowned him as well.

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  10. slipstream says:

    Rick: it’s the little things in life that matter so much.

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  11. Oh the laughs here sure do come in handy. Thanks to y’all.

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  12. neighborm says:

    Who is going to do this? The Russians? Seems the State Department is stretched a bit thin these days. And there seems to be some major troubles that normally would require some action and attention on the part of the State Department. But by all means, waste time on those emails. Can’t govern so just investigate.

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