Saturday, December 10, 2016

Hillary's Love Slaves are out in full force again

Can we let go of the election already?

They're one day events and life is supposed to go on.

But the Hillary cry babies will not let it go.

I was shocked in 1980 when Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter.

Shocked, appalled, angry.

I was furious over 2000.

But let's not relive the election every damn day.

It's over.

Because the media got it so wrong they're indulging the conspiracy theories of Hillary's Love Cult and the latest is that the hacking took place.

There is no evidence that Russia hacked the election.

CIA whispers are saying they have evidence.

Some of the pushback on that nonsense?

Beggars belief that anyone would take CIA claims seriously. The job of the is to tell lies- as we saw from the Iraqi WMDs scam.


Hard to believe this needs to be said to people who lived thru the Iraq War. Partisanship is a hell of a drug.

For every bit of logic there's the idiot Nancy Pelosi.

The intel didn't state that Iraq had WMDs. The Bush-Cheney WH made that misrepresentation.

Did they make that representation, Nance?

Where's your Committee hearing on that?

You became Speaker of the House in January 2007.

You held that post until January 2011.

Where's your Committee hearing on that?

Oh, right.  You didn't care enough to hold a hearing.

You're just an aged gas bag whose tired ass shouldn't be in leadership -- or, for that matter, even in Congress.

You took impeachment off the table.

Despite the fact that we, in your district, wanted it.

You took impeachment off the table.

Despite the fact that you say the intel didn't state what Bush & Cheney said it did.

Exactly what qualifies as a high crime to you, Nancy?

At any rate, you may remember CIA Directer George Tenet called it a slam dunk.

What you may not remember, reported by Bob Woodward in 2004 and below repeated by CNN:

The book also reports that in the summer of 2002, $700 million was diverted from a congressional appropriation for the war in Afghanistan to develop a war plan for Iraq.
Woodward suggests the diversion may have been illegal, and that Congress was deliberately kept in the dark about what had been done.

When you became House Speaker, what did you do about that, Nance?


You did nothing.

So sit your tired and worthless ass down.

Nobody needs to hear from you.


On October 1, 2002, the CIA delivered a classified National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) assessing the threat represented by Iraq's WMD activities. Three days later, CIA Director George Tenet published an unclassified white paper on the subject of Iraq's WMD capabilities. Over the next two weeks, a joint resolution authorizing the use of force was passed by both houses of Congress.

Same CRAPAPEDIA on the Senate Intelligence Committee's inquiry:

Phase I conclusions

The 511-page report focuses much of its attention on the October, 2002, classified National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) titled Iraq's Continuing Programs for Weapons of Mass Destruction. The report includes 117 formal conclusions, as well as supporting discussion and background information.

General conclusions on intelligence relating to Iraq's WMD and ties to terrorism

The report's first conclusion points to widespread flaws in the October 2002 NIE, and attributes those flaws to failure by analysts in the intelligence community:
Most of the major key judgments in the Intelligence Community’s October 2002 National Intelligence Estimate (NIE), Iraq’s Continuing Programs for Weapons of Mass Destruction, either overstated, or were not supported by, the underlying intelligence reporting. A series of failures, particularly in analytic trade craft, led to the mischaracterization of the intelligence.

Subsequent conclusions fault the intelligence community for failing to adequately explain to policymakers the uncertainties that underlay the NIE's conclusions, and for succumbing to "group think," in which the intelligence community adopted untested (and, in hindsight, unwarranted) assumptions about the extent of Iraq's WMD stockpiles and programs. The committee identified a failure to adequately supervise analysts and collectors, and a failure to develop human sources of intelligence (HUMINT) inside Iraq after the departure of international weapons inspectors in 1998. It also cited the post-9/11 environment as having led to an increase in the intensity with which policymakers review and question threat information.

The general conclusions were supported by both Dems and Repubs on the Committee.

Nancy wants to rewrite history because she's a hustler -- an elderly one with a bad hip and a lousy wig -- who wants to harness the CIA now for her own partisan goals.

There are people dying in Iraq.

Can Hillary's Love Slaves please find something better to do with all of our time.

Your bulls**t pretense of caring about anything other than Hillary isn't not working.

Your whores and loves slaves -- go work in your temple and leave the rest of us alone.

While garbage takes up attention, this is what many in the Arab world are discussing.

BREAKING: 90 Iraqi soldiers killed in from US airstrikes

Hearts and minds?

Not a chance.

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