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Robbie Mook, DNC Resident Fool

YYW
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9/25/2016 11:14:50 PM
Posted: 2 months ago
Mook's latest stupid idea is to, yet again, try to "humanize" Hillary by "preventing her from going into lawyer mode" and "encouraging her to express contrition" regarding her emails. Anyone with an active brain knows why this is stupid: it will come across as fake, plastic, and manipulative because it will not come across as sincere, because it won't be sincere.

It is a fact that Hillary isn't sorry about the emails. She is irritated that it was exposed, and peeved that the American public are so collectively stupid as to think it means anything. She is tired of being the subject of a politically charged witch hunt that lead to the discovery of those emails, as Republicans tried to grandstand on the still warm bodies of dead Americans in the Benghazi attacks, and, in particular, Trey Gowdy.

And I would be too. As a matter of law even the suggestion that Clinton was guilty of mishandling classified information is an affront to common sense. The charge of mishandling classified information is what spies who engaged in espionage against the United States plead down to for cooperating once the FBI eventually catches them in the act. It is NOT the charge that someone who inadvertently may have misinterpreted a technological policy at the State Department gets charged with.

The more and more I've researched the issue, the less and less credible any Republican suggestion of wrongdoing becomes. It is not, of course, because I am a "fan" of Hillary that this happens, but because the Republican party has made a cottage industry of gaslighting stupid and gullible Americans with respect to what the law says on this issue.

But, Mook should by now know that Americans are stupid and easily fooled by the Republicans, and he should know that no matter what Hillary says or does, anything that even approaches insincerity is going to play poorly in the polls. After all, it's not like anyone here is going to give her the benefit of the doubt.

What is ultimately sad here is that the GOP has nominated the first presidential candidate who could very easily destroy America's place in the world beyond all repair, and this sabotage is the direct result of their idiotic platform since Reagan. And now, rather than pay attention to the glaring red flags that Trump presents, they are prepared to follow their pied piper off the cliff to imminent doom.

May God have mercy on us all.
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9/26/2016 12:18:49 AM
Posted: 2 months ago
At 9/25/2016 11:14:50 PM, YYW wrote:
Mook's latest stupid idea is to, yet again, try to "humanize" Hillary by "preventing her from going into lawyer mode" and "encouraging her to express contrition" regarding her emails. Anyone with an active brain knows why this is stupid: it will come across as fake, plastic, and manipulative because it will not come across as sincere, because it won't be sincere.

It is a fact that Hillary isn't sorry about the emails. She is irritated that it was exposed, and peeved that the American public are so collectively stupid as to think it means anything. She is tired of being the subject of a politically charged witch hunt that lead to the discovery of those emails, as Republicans tried to grandstand on the still warm bodies of dead Americans in the Benghazi attacks, and, in particular, Trey Gowdy.

And I would be too. As a matter of law even the suggestion that Clinton was guilty of mishandling classified information is an affront to common sense. The charge of mishandling classified information is what spies who engaged in espionage against the United States plead down to for cooperating once the FBI eventually catches them in the act. It is NOT the charge that someone who inadvertently may have misinterpreted a technological policy at the State Department gets charged with.

The more and more I've researched the issue, the less and less credible any Republican suggestion of wrongdoing becomes. It is not, of course, because I am a "fan" of Hillary that this happens, but because the Republican party has made a cottage industry of gaslighting stupid and gullible Americans with respect to what the law says on this issue.

But, Mook should by now know that Americans are stupid and easily fooled by the Republicans, and he should know that no matter what Hillary says or does, anything that even approaches insincerity is going to play poorly in the polls. After all, it's not like anyone here is going to give her the benefit of the doubt.

What is ultimately sad here is that the GOP has nominated the first presidential candidate who could very easily destroy America's place in the world beyond all repair, and this sabotage is the direct result of their idiotic platform since Reagan. And now, rather than pay attention to the glaring red flags that Trump presents, they are prepared to follow their pied piper off the cliff to imminent doom.

May God have mercy on us all.

Obama already destroyed our place in the world. Concerning the 2 other world superpowers, one (Russia/Putin) stares him down and challenges him at every turn and the other (China) disrespected him right to his to his face.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

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9/26/2016 12:20:33 AM
Posted: 2 months ago
At 9/25/2016 11:14:50 PM, YYW wrote:
Mook's latest stupid idea is to, yet again, try to "humanize" Hillary by "preventing her from going into lawyer mode" and "encouraging her to express contrition" regarding her emails. Anyone with an active brain knows why this is stupid: it will come across as fake, plastic, and manipulative because it will not come across as sincere, because it won't be sincere.

It is a fact that Hillary isn't sorry about the emails. She is irritated that it was exposed, and peeved that the American public are so collectively stupid as to think it means anything. She is tired of being the subject of a politically charged witch hunt that lead to the discovery of those emails, as Republicans tried to grandstand on the still warm bodies of dead Americans in the Benghazi attacks, and, in particular, Trey Gowdy.

And I would be too. As a matter of law even the suggestion that Clinton was guilty of mishandling classified information is an affront to common sense. The charge of mishandling classified information is what spies who engaged in espionage against the United States plead down to for cooperating once the FBI eventually catches them in the act. It is NOT the charge that someone who inadvertently may have misinterpreted a technological policy at the State Department gets charged with.

The more and more I've researched the issue, the less and less credible any Republican suggestion of wrongdoing becomes. It is not, of course, because I am a "fan" of Hillary that this happens, but because the Republican party has made a cottage industry of gaslighting stupid and gullible Americans with respect to what the law says on this issue.

But, Mook should by now know that Americans are stupid and easily fooled by the Republicans, and he should know that no matter what Hillary says or does, anything that even approaches insincerity is going to play poorly in the polls. After all, it's not like anyone here is going to give her the benefit of the doubt.

What is ultimately sad here is that the GOP has nominated the first presidential candidate who could very easily destroy America's place in the world beyond all repair, and this sabotage is the direct result of their idiotic platform since Reagan. And now, rather than pay attention to the glaring red flags that Trump presents, they are prepared to follow their pied piper off the cliff to imminent doom.

May God have mercy on us all.

If you somehow in sheep fashion can turn a blind eye to the email scandal, what you cannot retract is Chinagate, the biggest scandal in American history, smeared a over her guilty hands in blood.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...