The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby HawkHead » Tue Jul 26, 2016 8:29 am

johnfajardohenry wrote:
DCB wrote:
johnfajardohenry wrote:
She sure lied her ass off everywhere else, though.

http://adam.curry.com/enc/1467922005.78 ... ercut2.mp3

deep thoughtful analysis from former MTV VJ Adam Curry!


There is actually a cliche about that: "If you can't attack the message, attack the messenger."

It was not actually Curry who put that together, anyway. He merely brought it to my attention.

Here is the original:



Since Reason Foundation and its magazine and TV is supported by the the evil KOCH BROTHERS!!!! you can put your cliche to use here, too.

Or you might discuss what Clinton and Comey had to say. Naaaah. Just kidding.

John Henry


Did they take into consideration the effect of parallax on the different heights of the people in the story?

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby Shorty » Wed Jul 27, 2016 11:10 am

The One Demographic That Is Hurting Hillary Clinton
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/26/upsho ... .html?_r=0

"The list of voting groups generally alienated by Donald J. Trump is long: Hispanics, women, the young, the college educated and more. How is it that he’s in such a close race with Hillary Clinton? The answer lies with a group that still represented nearly half of all voters in 2012: white voters without a college degree, and particularly white men without a degree. Mrs. Clinton is showing enormous weakness with this group. And these voters are supporting Mr. Trump in larger numbers than they supported Mitt Romney four years ago. It’s enough to keep the election close. It could even be enough for him to win."

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby IU2Bmanoletters » Wed Jul 27, 2016 11:54 am

"All False statements involving Hillary Clinton:"

http://www.politifact.com/personalities ... ing/false/

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby johnfajardohenry » Thu Jul 28, 2016 9:17 am

HawkHead wrote:
johnfajardohenry wrote:
DCB wrote:deep thoughtful analysis from former MTV VJ Adam Curry!


There is actually a cliche about that: "If you can't attack the message, attack the messenger."

It was not actually Curry who put that together, anyway. He merely brought it to my attention.

Here is the original:



Since Reason Foundation and its magazine and TV is supported by the the evil KOCH BROTHERS!!!! you can put your cliche to use here, too.

Or you might discuss what Clinton and Comey had to say. Naaaah. Just kidding.

John Henry


Did they take into consideration the effect of parallax on the different heights of the people in the story?


No need. Doesn't matter how you look at Crooked Hillary. She looks crooked from any angle.

John Henry
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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby O.J. » Thu Jul 28, 2016 10:43 am

johnfajardohenry wrote:
No need. Doesn't matter how you look at Crooked Hilary. She looks crooked from any angle.

Junk Henry


Any you look like a fucking idiot for constantly misspelling her name.

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby Roy » Thu Jul 28, 2016 11:33 am

O.J. wrote:Any you look like a fucking idiot for constantly misspelling her name.

And you are butt hurt over the misspelling. :)

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby PaleoLiberal » Thu Jul 28, 2016 12:41 pm

Roy wrote:
O.J. wrote:Any you look like a fucking idiot for constantly misspelling her name.

And you are butt hurt over the misspelling. :)


Heh heh heh heh
Roy said butt
Heh heh heh heh

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby HawkHead » Thu Jul 28, 2016 12:52 pm

Roy wrote:
O.J. wrote:Any you look like a fucking idiot for constantly misspelling her name.

And you are butt hurt over the misspelling. :)


Hey hey! Sandi/Roy you finally got butthurt right in a sentence. Unfortunately, you spelled it wrong. It is butthurt not butt hurt.


butthurt
Adjective
(comparative more butthurt, superlative most butthurt)
•(slang) Overly annoyed, bothered or bugged because of a perceived insult; needlessly offended.Don't get so butthurt; it was just a joke.

Noun
(uncountable)
1.(slang) Annoyance because of a perceived insult.
2.(slang) Upset because of a perceived injustice.He's just full of butthurt because I insulted him.

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby Roy » Thu Jul 28, 2016 1:22 pm

HawkHead wrote:Hey hey! Sandi/Roy you finally got butthurt right in a sentence. Unfortunately, you spelled it wrong. It is butthurt not butt hurt.


butthurt
Adjective
(comparative more butthurt, superlative most butthurt)
•(slang) Overly annoyed, bothered or bugged because of a perceived insult; needlessly offended.Don't get so butthurt; it was just a joke.

Noun
(uncountable)
1.(slang) Annoyance because of a perceived insult.
2.(slang) Upset because of a perceived injustice.He's just full of butthurt because I insulted him.

Good on you RatHead/HawkHead. I assume you have a point (other than the top of your head)?

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby jonnygothispen » Thu Jul 28, 2016 5:30 pm

It must be annoying for the trolls that the Rs have spent $68 million investigating Bill and Hillary and haven't found a single crime.

I wonder how that would turn out if they spent the same amount investigating Bush or Cheney, 9-11, or the Iraq war?

Ah well, at least their heating bills will be taken care of in the afterlife.
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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby johnfajardohenry » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:09 pm

O.J. wrote:
johnfajardohenry wrote:
No need. Doesn't matter how you look at Crooked Hilary. She looks crooked from any angle.

Junk Henry


Any you look like a fucking idiot for constantly misspelling her name.



Not my fault she doesn't know how to spell Hilary. In any event, I fixed it just for you for you.

Are we friends now?

John Henry

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby O.J. » Thu Jul 28, 2016 9:35 pm

johnfajardohenry wrote:

Not my fault she doesn't know how to spell Hilary. In any event, I fixed it just for you for you.

Are we friends now?

Junk Henry


Considering you fixed it just for me for me, how could I resist being friends with you with you?

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby fflambeau » Fri Jul 29, 2016 5:30 am

I thought she gave a powerful, impressive acceptance speech and it was surprisingly progressive and surprisingly full of progressive details.

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby gargantua » Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:14 am

fflambeau wrote:I thought she gave a powerful, impressive acceptance speech and it was surprisingly progressive and surprisingly full of progressive details.

Agreed. And what a contrast to Trump and the GOP convention.

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Re: The Hillary Clinton for President Thread

Postby Madsci » Fri Aug 05, 2016 1:33 pm

It seems I am still leaning toward holding my nose and voting for the lesser of two evils. I just wish I didn't feel so butthurt over it. :sick:


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