‘Anywhere in the galaxy this is a nightmare’

"If you do not speak English I am at your disposal with 187 other languages along with their various dialects and sub-tongues. Including TeaBaggese."

“If you do not speak English I am at your disposal with 187 other languages along with their various dialects and sub-tongues. Including TeaBaggese.”

Now that The Hillinator has her own email server, can it be long before she teams up with AI for some tidily programmed press coverage?

Nah. She’s still got MeatBots for that. And it’s not like the coverage isn’t already robotic, on both sides of the political divide.

Those playing the butt-trumpet the most vigorously are on the right side of that chasm, natcho. Just wait until they find Zombie Vince Foster hosting a backup mail server code-named “Whitewater” in Benghazi!™

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15 Responses to “‘Anywhere in the galaxy this is a nightmare’”

  1. Pat O'Brien Says:

    Did you have a deep drought from the poisoned well again? Me too.

    These days our “public servants” are above laws and regulations concerning official E mail. They can say, ” I’m sorry, and I will release all the E mails from that time, after I filter them of course. There you go, I solved that problem now vote for me. Local rag had an opinion piece about Ms. Clinton a few days ago.


    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Ed Kilgore directs us to some reportage that indicates Hils may be slightly less skeevy than we think in this matter. But still, you’d think this crowd would be desperate to avoid even the hint of a whisper of a wisp of a soupçon of a smidgen of the appearance of impropriety, no? I thought Hils was supposed to be smart.

      • Larry T. Says:

        THAT is the real issue to me: Is Billary simply above the law? Otherwise she’s just careless. Neither quality is something I look for in a “leader of the free world” as they say. It doesn’t matter how many others might have done the same dumb things in the past.

  2. khal spencer Says:

    Still not clear to me how the Secretary of State gets to set up a private channel outside the government, given that position handles sensitive and classified information routinely. I suspect this was a way to send out email that she thought would be outside oversight.

    Meanwhile, good old Gen. David Petraeus, who was “All In” (so to speak) with his biographer, gets a single misdemeanor count and no jail for happening to turn over his classified notebooks to his personal hottie. While that is going on, all the lower level and mid level folks who leaked classified are doing hard time in the Federal Hotel.

    Does anyone smell a double standard? Nah….

    • khal spencer Says:

      Oh, and I forgot to add, The General lied to the FBI about turning over his notes to the babe. So we have perjury and illegally divulging classified. Now if I did that….

    • Pat O'Brien Says:

      I can’t imagine that classified stuff was handled in her private email server. That would have to be on secure side. But, who was doing the classification? I bet most was at least FOUO, and that belongs in the official email system, not private. But these folks don’t operate under the rules that I did and you do. And as Patrick’s link above shows, they aren’t sure when the regs at State covering this took effect. One thing is for sure, transparent government it ain’t. I wonder if Snowden got a peak in her private server?

  3. Patrick O'Grady Says:

    The Los Angeles Times has taken note of this disparity in treatment, for all the good it will do anyone currently enjoying the hospitality of the State.

    And then you read the Ferguson report. Hijo, madre, puto, cabron.

  4. Steve O Says:

    “well no security breaches or mishandling of sensitive information can be verified, there was a moment of embarrassment when campaign emails or misdirected two fans of the seminal Memphis soul band and Stax recording artists The Clin Tones.”

  5. Jon Paulos Says:

    Perfect example of a story and a non-story. The non-story is the Hillary email stink. The story is the racist corruption in Ferguson. How many of those bastards are going to jail? How many of them are going to get sued in civil court? This is like the cops in Albuquerque using homeless people for target practice, but worse on account of the systemic nature. Goddammit, now I feel a foaming rant coming on, but I don’t have Patrick’s way with the written word. I’d better stop now.

    • khal spencer Says:

      The debtor’s prison model in Ferguson is rampant across the country as well. Haul in poor people on minor charges and then ramp up the bill with all sorts of fees and fines on top of fines. Then lock ’em up in the privatized prisons since they cannot pay. The private contractors who run these prisons then get more of our tax dollars to run what amounts to debtor’s prisons.

      You wonder when we will actually have that revolution that will not be televised….

  6. psobrien Says:

    If Patrick will allow me to change the subject for a second, we watched “Great Performances – American Voices with Renée Fleming” last evening on that new fangled Apple TV box. We really enjoyed it. It originally aired on Jan 9, 2015.

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