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Old 10-29-2016, 01:00 PM   #1
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AG Lynch pleads the 5TH on questions regarding IRAN

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Lor.../28/id/755849/

It's a few other places but wtf is going on with the current administration and we want 4 more years of this style hid the truth because well we are making big money off of it. The corruption must go.
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Old 10-29-2016, 01:40 PM   #2
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It's a few other places but wtf is going on with the current administration and we want 4 more years of this style hid the truth because well we are making big money off of it. The corruption must go.
Did you even read the article? She never plead the 5th. She simply said that it was sensitive information and only for members of the House and Senate that are cleared to view it. Which seems reasonable to me but whatever. With the conniption fit that Republicans have been having about Hillary's email's and how they relate to national security, you would think that they would be OK with this explanation. But nope, they are only concerned with national security when it suits their political needs.

Republicans are absolutely insufferable whiners.

Oh and all this talk about "corruption" is absolutely laughable. Corruption is a natural consequence of any hierarchy. When Sleeve pays his wife to fuck him because she is actually repulsed by him, that is a form of corruption. You will never "end corruption".
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Old 10-29-2016, 01:50 PM   #3
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Old 10-29-2016, 05:06 PM   #4
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Did you even read the article? She never plead the 5th. She simply said that it was sensitive information and only for members of the House and Senate that are cleared to view it. Which seems reasonable to me but whatever. With the conniption fit that Republicans have been having about Hillary's email's and how they relate to national security, you would think that they would be OK with this explanation. But nope, they are only concerned with national security when it suits their political needs.

Republicans are absolutely insufferable whiners.

Oh and all this talk about "corruption" is absolutely laughable. Corruption is a natural consequence of any hierarchy. When Sleeve pays his wife to fuck him because she is actually repulsed by him, that is a form of corruption. You will never "end corruption".
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You are an insufferable little prick, why the fuck are you attempting to drag me into this discussion with unprovoked insults, bullshit and unfounded slander???? In your attempt to sound smart and clever you still cant get it right. That is not an example of corruption, and is a laughable attempt to illustrate your point of view.


You are right on 1 thing, you will never end corruption, since its a byproduct of power and greed run amok in a amoral society and 1 group/individual trying to take advantage of another though collusion with another group/individual.
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Old 10-29-2016, 06:00 PM   #5
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You are an insufferable little prick, why the fuck are you attempting to drag me into this discussion with unprovoked insults, bullshit and unfounded slander???? In your attempt to sound smart and clever you still cant get it right. That is not an example of corruption, and is a laughable attempt to illustrate your point of view.


You are right on 1 thing, you will never end corruption, since its a byproduct of power and greed run amok in a amoral society and 1 group/individual trying to take advantage of another though collusion with another group/individual.
Every society is amoral. There is no such thing as a perfectly moral society.
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Old 10-29-2016, 06:18 PM   #6
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It's a few other places but wtf is going on with the current administration and we want 4 more years of this style hid the truth because well we are making big money off of it. The corruption must go.
Where does that article, or any other say anything concrete about corruption or profiteering?

Besides, we already discusses the Iran situation in another thread.

What we are seeing here seems totally valid when it comes to disclosing sensitive information, and bringing persons who cannot generally disclose the answers desired in front of committee has long been a tactic to pressure whatever opposing side in to releasing information in a back channel manner or including those committee members in whatever is going on. So, all I see is standard politics of leveraging media exposure for information (read power).
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your correct but when there is degradation of the moral standards in a society in general you will see it happening far more often, less covertly an with far more contempt for the rest of polite society
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your correct but when there is degradation of the moral standards in a society in in general you will see it happening far more often and with far more contempt for the rest of polite society
OK well statistically the United States is one of the least corrupt countries in the world.
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What we are seeing here seems totally valid when it comes to disclosing sensitive information, and bringing persons who cannot generally disclose the answers desired in front of committee has long been a tactic to pressure whatever opposing side in to releasing information in a back channel manner or including those committee members in whatever is going on. So, all I see is standard politics of leveraging media exposure for information (read power).
Yeah. I read the article and this was my thought too, seems like run of the mill stuff. No outrage here.
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Old 10-31-2016, 05:38 AM   #11
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Where does that article, or any other say anything concrete about corruption or profiteering?

Besides, we already discusses the Iran situation in another thread.

What we are seeing here seems totally valid when it comes to disclosing sensitive information, and bringing persons who cannot generally disclose the answers desired in front of committee has long been a tactic to pressure whatever opposing side in to releasing information in a back channel manner or including those committee members in whatever is going on. So, all I see is standard politics of leveraging media exposure for information (read power).
Oh but those rules don't apply, the other one running for office made that apparent that classified is unimportant these days.

Members of congress and the house should have access to this data so they can vote agaist items if needed. The whole checks and balance thing you know.

Must have missed the other Iran thread.
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Old 10-31-2016, 08:04 AM   #12
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It's a few other places but wtf is going on with the current administration and we want 4 more years of this style hid the truth because well we are making big money off of it. The corruption must go.
Who in the administration is "making big money off" of this?

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Oh but those rules don't apply, the other one running for office made that apparent that classified is unimportant these days.

Members of congress and the house should have access to this data so they can vote agaist items if needed. The whole checks and balance thing you know.

Must have missed the other Iran thread.
You believe that every single member of congress should have access to how much classified data?

How would they even have voted against this when it wasn't voted on in the first place?
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When Sleeve pays his wife to fuck him because she is actually repulsed by him, that is a form of corruption. You will never "end corruption".
Wow. That's a hell of a personal attack. You're ridiculous and incredibly immature.
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