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Perhaps true.

 

Although I suspect Trump is a piker compared to Hillary in that characteristic.

But in any case, at least with Trump we can get rid of him should he continue that corruption in office.

With literally everybody in the media, the Democratic Party and much of the Republican establishment against him, he'll be easy to impeach and remove.

Not so Hillary.

You elect her, and there won't be a thing you can do when she shows her corrupt nature in office.

NOT A DAMN THING.

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has seen in at least a century.

Nonsense.

 

Traitorous con douchebags have been "investigating" Clinton for DECADES now, trying to find ONE SINGLE THING to attack her with, and they have come up completely and totally EMPTY.

 

There are very few politicians today that could withstand that sort of malicious and vindictive scrutiny and come away unscathed.

 

Clinton exposed cons as the lying, corrupt, traitorous assholes that they are, and she did it with a smile on her face.

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Nonsense.

 

Traitorous con douchebags have been "investigating" Clinton for DECADES now, trying to find ONE SINGLE THING to attack her with, and they have come up completely and totally EMPTY.

 

There are very few politicians today that could withstand that sort of malicious and vindictive scrutiny and come away unscathed.

 

Clinton exposed cons as the lying, corrupt, traitorous assholes that they are, and she did it with a smile on her face.

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has seen in at least a century.

Hmm, I must ask, do you think murder, torture, and rape of innocent chained and detained women and children is considered corrupt? Would you say invading a sovereign nation for oil and stuffing corporate pockets, using the lie that there are WMDs there, is corrupt?

 

Can you argue that the Acts of Bush are actually less corrupt than Hillary? And if so, how?

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Hillary is clearly less corrupt than Trump.

 

Why do you think Trump won't show his tax returns?

The Clinton's are worth over $100 million and have not had a private sector job in 30 years. They have gotten most of their money from public corruption. You only need to use a little common sense to figure that one out.

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The Clinton's are worth over $100 million and have not had a private sector job in 30 years. They have gotten most of their money from public corruption. You only need to use a little common sense to figure that one out.

Prove it without using rightwing website links.

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Hillary Clinton is basically an honest person. She has had to make compromises to remain in power due to basic political realities that are familiar to anyone with a knowledge of history. Trump is a self-aggrandizing and shameless liar with no character. Big difference.

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Hillary Clinton is basically an honest person. She has had to make compromises to remain in power due to basic political realities that are familiar to anyone with a knowledge of history. Trump is a self-aggrandizing and shameless liar with no character. Big difference.

When she's not short circuiting the truth, she may be the most honest person I know.

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Hillary Clinton is basically an honest person. She has had to make compromises to remain in power due to basic political realities that are familiar to anyone with a knowledge of history. Trump is a self-aggrandizing and shameless liar with no character. Big difference.

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“Everybody’s worried about stopping terrorism. Well, there’s a really easy way: stop participating in it.” So advised world-renowned public intellectual Noam Chomsky, one of the most cited thinkers in human history.

The counsel may sound simple and intuitive — that’s because it is. But when it comes to Saudi Arabia, the U.S. ignores it.

Saudi Arabia is the world’s leading sponsor of Islamic extremism. It is also a close U.S. ally. This contradiction, although responsible for a lot of human suffering, is frequently ignored. Yet it recently plunged back into the limelight with the Saudi monarchy’s largest mass execution in decades.

On Jan. 2, Saudi Arabia beheaded 47 people across 13 cities. Among the executed was cleric Nimr al-Nimr, a leader from the country’s Shia religious minority who was arrested for leading peaceful protests against the regime in 2011-12.

Sheikh al-Nimr was known throughout the Islamic world for his staunch opposition to sectarianism. The outspoken Saudi dissident firmly insisted that Sunnis and Shias are not enemies, and should unite against the sectarian regimes oppressing them. “The oppressed should unite together against the oppressors, instead of becoming tools in the hands of the oppressors,” he declared.

By executing a dissident who challenged sectarianism, the Saudi monarchy was only further fomenting it.

Amnesty International said the Saudi regime is “using the death penalty in the name of counter-terror to settle scores and crush dissidents,” sentencing activists “to death after grossly unfair trials.” Amnesty called this “a monstrous and irreversible injustice.Yet atrocities like the mass beheadings are by no means new in Saudi Arabia. What is new is the global attention to theAli Mohammed al-Nimr, the nephew of the murdered cleric, was arrested at age 17 for attending a peaceful pro-democracy protest in 2012. He was allegedly tortured, before being sentenced to death by beheading and crucifixion.

Saudi Arabia is one of the last places on the planet where crucifixions are still practiced — ordered by the government itself.

In recent years, the Saudi monarchy has also arrested at least two other peaceful teenage pro-democracy activists and sentenced them to death.

Furthermore, a Palestinian poet was sentenced to death by Saudi Arabia in November for renouncing Islam and criticizing the royal family.

In 2015, the Saudi regime executed 158 people, largely by beheading.

On average, approximately half (47 percent) of people executed in Saudi Arabia are killed for drug-related offenses, according to Amnesty International. Every four days, then, on average, the Saudi monarchy executes someone for drugs — while its own princes are caught with thousands of pounds of drugs at foreign airports.

Journalist Abby Martin devoted an

of her show “The Empire Files” to exploring the Saudi-U.S. relationship. The episode, aptly titled “Inside Saudi Arabia: Butchery, Slavery & History of Revolt,” displays the brutality of the monarchy in excruciating detail.

“If the Saudi kingdom were an enemy of the U.S. government, we’d be shown these images and facts every day on the mainstream media,” Martin observes.

The internal repression and human rights abuses inside Saudi Arabia is one thing. Perhaps even more troubling, however, is the monarchy’s support for violent religious extremism. It is here that Chomsky’s advice on stopping terrorism becomes so important. By continually aligning itself with the Saudi regime, the U.S. is fueling the very fire it is fighting in the so-called War on Terror.

http://www.salon.com/2016/01/06/saudi_arabia_funds_and_exports_islamic_extremism_the_truth_behind_the_toxic_u_s_relationship_with_the_theocratic_nation/

USA Allies Are Funding ISIS

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/06/14/america-s-allies-are-funding-isis.html

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Several Reasons To Vote Jill Stein for President!!!

 

Several reasons to vote Jill Stein for President!!!

 

Several reasons to Vote Jill Stein for President!!!

 

 

We already arm the world terrorist or not. Dictators or Not.

 

http://www.inthesetimes.com/article/4120/we_arm_the_world/

 

http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0208-05.htm

 

In addition to:

 

Meet PNAC:

 

"Rebuilding America's Defences," openly advocates for total global military domination” (Very dangerous position which threatens OUR freedoms,the nations security

and world peace.)

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Project_for_the_New_American_Century

 

 

• WHY do we need to increase defense spending significantly to carry out our global protection for Wal-Mart,Oil,Coca Cola,Pepsico,diamonds,gold etc etc etc

 

• WHY do we need to strengthen our ties to dictator regimes friendly to American interests and Bogus values;

 

• WHY do we need to promote the cause of the political right wing and economic rape for corp USA abroad;

 

• WHY do we need to accept responsibility for America's unique role in forcing others to accept our corrupt multi national principles.

 

Such a war mongering policy of military strength and immoral clarity may not be fashionable today. But it is necessary if the United States is to build on the extortions of this past century and to ensure our security and our greatness no matter how many innocent USA soldiers and innocent mothers,children and fathers abroad die.

 

The Plan

 

Strategic Errors of Monumental Proportions

http://www.antiwar.com/orig/odom.php?articleid=10396

 

http://www.antiwar.com/orig/stockbauer1.html

 

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Project_for_the_New_American_Century

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,12271,1312540,00.html

 

http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0208-05.htm

 

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Hillary is clearly less corrupt than Trump.

 

Why do you think Trump won't show his tax returns?

You have a strange definition of corrupt, XO. As to why no tax returns have been released, perhaps because he's not required to ... because he believes it's none of your business? Heck, DemocRATS control the IRS. If there was ANYTHING in those returns that pointed to clear corruption, I suspect it would already have been leaked given that Democrats (and establishment Republicans) are DESPERATE to stop Trump's run for office by ANY means available. If there were ANY illegalities, I suspect Trump would already have been charged with a crime by the IRS. Yet, none of that has happened. Why do you think that is? Hmmmmmm?

 

Hillary Clinton is basically an honest person.

LOL! :rolleyes: Is that why she lied over and over and over in the email scandal?

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Why do we americans vote in the rich which are supported by the rich to make decisions for the entire upper middle class, middle class and low income? Hey middle class republicans you too are getting duped make no mistake about it.

 

Wealthy Incumbents, famous political names say NO to the 99%, live in glass houses and digest corrupt money.

 

Why do we americans vote in the rich which are supported by the rich to make decisions for the entire middle class and low income?

 

Is it possible we're not getting the most ethical choices on the block?

 

Too many of the rich want to destroy the middle class. They have sent tens of millions of middle class jobs abroad with no job replacement in sight.

 

Isn't their something wrong with this picture?

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"If his wildly successful campaign has told us anything, it's that Democratic voters are sick and tired of the DLC-Clintonites running the show.

The base of the Democratic Party is still progressive even if the party bigwigs have sold-out to the corporatists.

They want to go back to the values that made the Democratic Party the United States' governing party from the New Deal until the 1990s.

They want real change, not Republican-lite policies pretending to be progressive."

The DNC Junta Is Continuing the Democratic Leadership Council Coup

 

National polls don't really matter; what matters is momentum, and if Bernie can win Iowa and New Hampshire, he would suck up pretty much all of the momentum.

Now, considering the fact that Bernie Sanders does better than Hillary Clinton in a hypothetical matchup with Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, you'd think that the establishment Democrats would be thrilled with these developments.

You'd think that the people who talk so much about "electability" and how important it is would be overjoyed that Bernie Sanders, a popular and electable candidate, is moving towards the Democratic nomination.

Apparently not.

Instead of celebrating the rise of a new star, establishment Democrats are freaking out about the possibility of Bernie Sanders winning both Iowa and New Hampshire.

Case in point: former Tennessee congressman Harold Ford, Jr., who on MSNBC agreed with Joe Scarborough that establishment Dems could recruit John Kerry or Joe Biden to run if Bernie sweeps both early primary states.

Pretty weird, right?

Here Bernie Sanders is inspiring millions of young people to get involved in politics, and establishment Democrats think it might be a good idea to draft two guys who've already lost presidential races.

Go figure.

But here's the thing: Establishment Democrats aren't stupid - they should be scared of Bernie Sanders.

And that's because he represents a direct threat to the centrists who have ruled the Democratic Party for the past few decades.

Although he's not as well-known as someone like Karl Rove or Frank Luntz, Al From is one of the most important political operatives of the past few decades.

A veteran Democratic staffer, he thought his party moved "too far to the left" during the 1970s, and so, in 1985, he founded a group known as the Democratic Leadership Council, or DLC, whose stated goals were "to expand the party's base and appeal to moderates and liberals."

That obviously sounds nice in theory, but in practice it meant the destruction of the thing that made the Democratic Party the United States' governing party for most of the 20th century: the progressive values of the New Deal and FDR.

Under From's leadership, the DLC staged a bloodless coup of the Democratic Party, and swapped out the progressivism of FDR, Truman and Johnson for the corporatism of the Clintons.

Instead of talking about ways to make the US a more just and equal society, Democrats now talked about things like "welfare reform," so-called "free trade" and so-called "school choice," which were really just corporate plans to privatize the commons.

The final victory in the DLC's takeover of the Democratic Party came when Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992.

Al From had personally recruited Bill to run for president, and the DLC's ideas were the basis for most of his policies.

Over the next 20 years, the DLC consolidated its stranglehold over the Democratic Party.

And even though it no longer actually exists (it folded in 2011) the DLC and its supporters still control the Democratic establishment, especially Hillary Clinton - Bill Clinton's wife.

Which brings us back to Bernie Sanders.

If his wildly successful campaign has told us anything, it's that Democratic voters are sick and tired of the DLC-Clintonites running the show.

The base of the Democratic Party is still progressive even if the party bigwigs have sold-out to the corporatists.

They want to go back to the values that made the Democratic Party the United States' governing party from the New Deal until the 1990s.

They want real change, not Republican-lite policies pretending to be progressive.

And so, they're siding with Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential election.

As I said earlier, establishment Democrats should be scared.

 

http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/34370-the-dnc-junta-is-continuing-the-democratic-leadership-council-coup

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Nonsense.

 

Traitorous con douchebags have been "investigating" Clinton for DECADES now, trying to find ONE SINGLE THING to attack her with, and they have come up completely and totally EMPTY.

 

There are very few politicians today that could withstand that sort of malicious and vindictive scrutiny and come away unscathed.

 

Clinton exposed cons as the lying, corrupt, traitorous assholes that they are, and she did it with a smile on her face.

Trey Gowdy, the head witch hunter, has even admitted that the only purpose of their 'investigations' was to cause as much political damage to Clinton as possible, and they failed miserably, as cons are so want to do!

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