11 thoughts on “For Those Who’ve Never Heard…

  1. Excellent points, by someone that knows the consequences. Having been in the IT security industry myself, I know many experts here.
    They have been cringing ever since this news broke. Even the hard core lefties are concerned that she has compromised the country. Unfortunately, the insane clown posse in charge right now, will endlessly bob and weave, to avoid taking responsibility.

  2. I disagree. It is not the technicality of the case, but the fact that this entire episode set the precedent that laws do not apply all US citizens equally. That some people are above the law.

  3. From the link:

    Democrat voters may feel that this isn’t a problem so long as the president is a progressive/liberal Democrat but that seems to be remarkably shortsighted. Eventually someone of a different political viewpoint is going to be elected and they too can take advantage of the Clinton playbook to avoid being held to account.
    Clinton supporters who ignore this are sowing the wind, they can expect to reap the whirlwind.

    I’ll be torn between anger, sadness, and “suck it up, buttercup. You made your craphole, now lie in it.”

    Eventually someone of a different political viewpoint is going to be elected

    They’re doing everything they can, including massive voter fraud to make sure that never happens.

  4. “remarkably shortsighted”
    Understatement of the year or description of the typical democrat voter?

  5. Democrat voters may feel that this isn’t a problem so long as the president is a progressive/liberal Democrat but that seems to be remarkably shortsighted. Eventually someone of a different political viewpoint is going to be elected and they too can take advantage of the Clinton playbook to avoid being held to account.
    No. The media/academic/union complex will never hold liberals to the same standard they hold conservatives. If it was discovered that Colin Powell or Condy Rice had done EXACTLY the same thing as Clinton did with her email, you would hear it reported on, as a crime, 24/7, until Powell or Rice was in prison.

  6. Democrat voters may feel that this isn’t a problem so long as the president is a progressive/liberal Democrat but that seems to be remarkably shortsighted. Eventually someone of a different political viewpoint is going to be elected and they too can take advantage of the Clinton playbook to avoid being held to account

    Democrat voters had better not eat chili and then light up a cigarette, or they’ll blow their heads off, judging by where they appear to be keeping them. The risk with Hilliary’s server is not simply that she used it to evade accountability, but rather that it gave every one of our enemies a sneak peak into the structures of the CIA and the State Department–and we then wonder why they seem to know what we’re doing before we do it.

    Well, duh.

  7. bike,

    I just had this same argument with one of my libidiot coworkers today. After I explained how badly she not only compromised herself, but everyone in the country. I put it to him this way; “What if her donors list was used to steal your identitiy and cause you years of grief and cost you lots of money to prove that it isn’t you that bought that car”? He went dead silent for about 30 seconds and then said that he never thought of that. My reply? “Yea. Most of you DemonRAT apologists and ideologues don’t “!

  8. My thought is that it has a lot to do with the fact that the left has never really taken national security seriously–like Clinton refusing Osama’s head on a platter four times, Carter saying that he thought the risk of Communism was overstated, and Obama not figuring out that if you say when you’re going to leave, that just gives terrorists a timetable to get ready for when you do.

    Plus, they’re less likely to have worked any defense related job, or to know someone who has, and so the 20 minute lecture HR gives about security–even to those not holding a security clearance–is completely foreign to them. They don’t have the picture of “If you have a classified document outside of proper storage, prepare for a very uncomfortable meeting with HR, possibly followed by an even more uncomfortable meeting with the FBI–and if it’s significant, you get to skip the uncomfortable meeting with HR and go directly to the FBI.”

  9. I don’t know what you guys a re talking about. According to eTASS on the other thread, all of this is hokum. Never happened and is much ado about nothing. sHrillary is as clean and innocent as a baby gnat. Get with the brainwashing. Stat!

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