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ru14u23nk 77 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 14, 2016 4:13 PM Member since: Nov 17, 2001
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  • ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 14, 2016 4:13 PM Flag

    Where to you get that black privilege exists within EIB network?

    I don't expect you to be able to answer that since you are a low information imbecile. LOL

    You are just an angry AAP individual who cannot find a meaningful job anywhere. ROFLMAO

  • Reply to

    Dems are bumbling buffoons

    by ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 8:31 PM
    ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 10:45 PM Flag

    To funny!

  • ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 10:44 PM Flag

    who cares.....zzzzzzzzz loser.

  • ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 10:41 PM Flag

    Yaaawwwnnn.......zzzzzzzz so boring.......

  • Reply to

    If this the end of the Message Boards

    by sha11ovv_ha1ibut2 Jul 11, 2016 4:54 PM
    ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 10:05 PM Flag

    Kiss my ar$e you lib loonies! LOL

  • ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 9:57 PM Flag

    The fact that BLM segregates itself from all other ethnicity groups by not recognizing that other, than their own, lives matter is by definition racist.

    This very reason is why I categorize the BLM movement as a BS(M) Movement.

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    Barry Omunkey is going to speak in Dallas?

    by ivanhoeof.loxly Jul 11, 2016 9:43 PM
    ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 9:45 PM Flag

    Who cares?

  • Forget Hillary's personal email server: this is what true cronyism and criminal corruption looks like, and this is the biggest threat from a Hillary presidency.

    It has been widely speculated, if not proven, that donors to the Clinton Foundation who over the years have transferred hundreds of millions of dollars to the "charitable organization", bought political favors with the Clintons in exchange for their generosity. That has now been confirmed thanks to a stunning ABC report which reveals how a major foundation donor - one who previously had practically no experience on intellgience matters - mysteriously ended up as a nuclear weapons advisor to Hillary during her tenure as Secretary of State.

    Worse, the person in question Rajiv K. Fernando, had been the head of a high frequency trading company, Chopper Trading (recently acquired by HFT powerhouse DRW), which may explain the unprecedented pull of the HFT lobby throughout all ranks of the US political apparatus. In other words, Fernando bought a seat to not only have advance knowledge of all US foreign policy, but to directly shape it, something he could then parlay in the forms of massive policy frontrunning profits thanks to his trading company.

    In other words, the appointment qualified Fernando, a trader in the public markets, for one of the highest levels of top secret access.

    Just as shocking was the aggressive retaliation with which the State Department tried to cover up the cronyism that literally "bought" Fernando's seat as one of Hillary's closest political advisors, and how - as a result of ongoing media pressure - Fernando just as mysteriously resigned only days after his appointment was announced when the State Department was unable to come up with a legitimate reason for him to stay on.

    Wow! This is information that is relevant to today's election and nothing is currently being said in the press. HMMM

  • Mayor Bill de Blasio received a rude awakening from federal investigators — who slapped City Hall, including three members of Hizzoner’s inner circle, with subpoenas amid a growing probe of his shady fundraising, sources confirmed to The Post on Wednesday.

    De Blasio’s most trusted aide, Emma Wolfe, his top fundraiser, Ross Offinger, and a consulting firm that has run his campaigns were all served with the legal papers, sources said.

    City Hall lawyer Maya Wiley acknowledged Wednesday that “City Hall has been subpoenaed by the New York County District Attorney’s Office and the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District.” She didn’t give further details, but added, “The mayor has not been personally served.”

    The city’s teachers union also was targeted.

    The subpoenas demand records related to de Blasio’s failed fundraising effort to help Democrats win control of the state Senate in 2014, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported that the papers had been served.

  • “So how do you explain that Hillary Clinton had such a horrible record when it came to policies in Rwanda, or South Sudan, or other parts of Africa?” he asked. “You follow the money, and you find that the people putting huge amounts of money in their pockets, and in the pockets of their friends, have strong, very rich, indeed, commercial ties, with those oppressive forces.”

    Schweizer observed:

    It’s straight out of 19th-century colonialism, Steve. This is the sort of thing that went on with the great empires of Europe when they were cutting up Africa. And yet, the “progressive” Clintons, so to speak, are endorsing and carrying out policies that are very much like the 19th century.

    Do African Americans think that hillary is their true friend? I do not know how hillary can keep a straight face while talking to African Americans unless she is that callous.

  • ru14u23nk by ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 9:09 PM Flag

    Stephen K. Bannon noted that McAuliffe is far from the only dubious character in the Clintons’ orbit. Schweizer found “enormous irony” that Bill Clinton roundly denounced the first President Bush for not dealing more harshly with exactly the sort of people who would later pour millions of dollars into the Clintons’ coffers.

    Bill Clinton said that Bush was not aggressive enough when dealing with the regime in China after Tiananmen Square, referring to that regime as the “Butchers of Beijing” for their human-rights violations.

    “Flash forward to today, during Hillary’s tenure as secretary of state, but also where they’re getting their sources of money and speaking fees in the Clinton Foundation; it is directly with those who do business with butchers around the world,” said Schweizer. He continued:

    Whether that is warlords in Africa, whether that is oppressive forces operating in South America, they receive huge sums of money and partner with the very companies that put these butchers into power because, of course, you make a lot more money partnering with a butcher than you do with a democratically-elected government in the Third World.

    Bannon wondered what sort of message the Clintons’ dealings were sending to the rest of the world, especially since the McAuliffe investigation is the first real sign of U.S. government action against the Clinton Machine’s corruption.

    Schweizer pointed to the persecution of Christians and human-rights violations in Africa, for example Sudan, where “you have massive oppression of Christians, where you have a civil war going on.”

    “Hillary Clinton’s policy in sub-Saharan Africa and Sudan, particularly, was terrible,” he declared, adding:

    And when you wonder why – why was there no action taken that was effective in that area – all you need to do is follow the money, and look at commercial ties. You find that guys like Joe Wilson, a close Clinton friend andadviser, he had business deals with warlords in South Sudan

  • ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 8:58 PM Flag

    U R Insane! LOL ROFLMAO

    I pray for your soul.

  • Kwame Kilpatrick, the disgraced former mayor of Detroit, was sentenced Thursday to 28 years in prison for corruption following a series of scandals that showed he had unchecked power while in office.

    Kilpatrick’s defense attorneys originally had argued that federal prosecutors were overreaching when they recommended he get 28 years – but Judge Nancy Edmunds handed down every minute of it.

    "It was a tough sentence but it was a very large crime (and) the punishment met the crime," said U.S. Attorney Mark Chutkow.

    Kilpatrick spent $800,000 more than he earned. He billed his city credit card for trips to Las Vegas, and bought concert tickets and football tickets along with an $850.00 steak dinner. He leased two Lincoln Navigators for his wife with public money.

    "Managing a city with no money is hard every single day," Kilpatrick told the court. "I can't stand here and say I didn't work my butt off. I did every single day."

    Kilpatrick did not help the impending financial crush of Detroit. Federal prosecutors wrote in a 51-page, pre-sentence filing that the city "desperately needed resolute leadership. Instead it got a mayor looking to cash in his office through graft, extortion and self dealing."

    Our country will end up like Detroit with the dems in control. So sad and true.

  • federal probes
    Published June 14, 2016 Associated Press

    WASHINGTON – Two years after he lost his bid for a second term as District of Columbia mayor amid a federal corruption probe, Vincent Gray has assured himself a return to elected office in the nation's capital.

    Gray, 73, won a Democratic primary Tuesday for a D.C. Council seat representing his home ward, defeating incumbent Yvette Alexander. No Republican or third-party candidates have filed to run for the seat in the heavily Democratic ward.

    Gray defeated Democrat Adrian Fenty in 2010 after the brash young mayor alienated many voters, particularly African-Americans.

    ]Allegations of corruption in Gray's campaign began to surface just weeks after he took office, and the U.S. attorney's office launched an investigation that ultimately led to six guilty pleas from people who helped Gray get elected.

    The probe revealed that an influential businessman poured $660,000 in illegal cash into the campaign, and prosecutors said in court that Gray knew about the illicit funding scheme. Gray denied all wrongdoing, and the investigation ended in late 2015 when prosecutors decided not to charge him.

    Gray's comeback evokes memories of the late Marion Barry, a Democrat who was elected to the D.C. Council after he was caught smoking crack cocaine in an FBI sting operation during his third term as mayor. Barry used that victory as a springboard to return to the mayor's office.

    The coke must be good in DC and that would explain why the libs are so loony. ROFLMAO

  • As investigations of New York City mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration deepen, his denials and obfuscations are becoming increasingly disconnected from reality. The first-term Democrat is now retailing straight balderdash and trying to bluster his way through a thickening bramble of ethical questions.

    de blasio just let a fart. LOL

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    by ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 8:15 PM
    ru14u23nk ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 8:27 PM Flag

    Your reasoning is the crux of the problem.

  • MSNBC host and perpetual race agitator Al Sharpton certainly gets around quite a bit. Any time there’s any sort of Black Lives Matter protest or urban unrest with a race relations twist, Sharpton seems to appear within hours as if by magic. So busy is the man’s schedule that he apparently still can’t find time to sit down with an accountant and clear up more than a half million dollars in unpaid taxes which the IRS has been pestering him about for some time now. In a follow-up to their previous reports on the subject, the Daily Caller finds that both Sharpton and his MSNBC colleague Joy-Ann Reid are still on the Tax Man’s naughty list, despite assurances last year that they were working to settle up their accounts.

    Can't make this stuff up! LOL

  • ru14u23nk by ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 8:15 PM Flag

    Irreverence is all that’s ‘left’

    Reader Joseph Librizzi sees a deeper meaning in many American conflicts. He writes, “The heart of the modern Left is a lack of reverence. Nothing higher than ordinary consciousness, nothing sacred.

    “The examples abound. Obama’s word games and lack of leadership, Katie Couric and her deceptive editing: it is manipulation of others, disrespect and an arrogant relation to the truth.”

    a lack of respect for people or things that are generally taken seriously.

  • ru14u23nk by ru14u23nk Jul 11, 2016 8:04 PM Flag

    Lying Democrats: Harry Reid, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder have no shame

    Something happens to men and women when they gain a proximity to power. Most in public service, one can only assume, begin with noble purpose: to serve, to change and improve the world — whether that be a small town or, literally, the world.

    Soon enough, many — not all, but many — want only to stay in that position of power, and will do what it takes, whatever it takes, to stay there. Where once they talked only of their dreams and ambitions, not for themselves, but for those they served, soon enough they spend their days tearing down — their campaign foes, opposing political parties and, in the end, anyone who doesn’t think like them.

    Both parties are guilty of it, but Democrats seem to relish the dysfunction. The most liberal among them eventually lose all perspective, begin to believe that the ends justify the means, dismiss criticism as driven by partisanship and end up far, far away from where they began.

    These past few weeks have brought some pure examples of this miserable human trait. The perpetrators: the Democratic leader of the Senate; a former secretary of state; and the highest law official in the land, the attorney general.

    Sen. Harry Reid, first elected to the House in 1982 (and, by the way, set to leave office a millionaire), took to the Senate floor during the height of the 2012 presidential campaign to allege that Republican Mitt Romney hadn’t paid taxes in 10 years. He claimed an anonymous source had come to him out of the blue and told him so.

    “Let him prove that he has paid taxes, because he hasn’t,” the Nevada Democrat said. He knew it was a lie then, but said it anyway. Mr. Romney had been rising in the polls and the senator from Searchlight decided to do whatever it took to defeat his fellow Mormon.

    Last week, the senator, who is retiring in 2017, was asked about lying on the Senate floor. “I don’t regret it at all," he said in an interview with CNN.

  • The Stench of Corruption Stalks Harry Reid

    Just another day in the annals of the criminal organization masquerading as a political party:

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) recommended for powerful federal posts three partners at a Nevada-based firm that donates to a nonprofit run by his current and former aides. Reid shepherded two judicial nominations through the Senate in 2012 and 2013 for attorneys at the firm of McDonald Carano Wilson. Both were confirmed after Reid fought on their behalf.
    A third partner, U.S. Attorney for Nevada Daniel Bogden, was dismissed from the Justice Department in 2006. Reid led the successful effort to have him reappointed.

    Hey, you say: just more logrolling at the World's Greatest Deliberative Body, right? Um... not so much:

    McDonald Carano Wilson is a corporate donor to the Clean Energy Project (CEP), a nonprofit founded by Rebecca Lambe, Reid’s top political operative, and Susan McCue, his former Chief of Staff. Reid has secured billions in subsidies for CEP donors. Reid frequently touts the jobs created by CEP donors to which the he has steered funds.
    His work on behalf of McDonald Carano Wilson employees could fuel allegations by ethics groups that CEP donations appear to have helped earn Reid’s legislative backing. The firm did not respond to requests for comment...

    Reid’s advocacy... marks another example of the senator using his perch in Washington to benefit donors to his former aides’ green energy group. The numerous instances in which he has done so raises red flags, according to Ken Boehm, chairman of the National Legal and Policy Center, an ethics watchdog.

    “It is run by Reid insiders, funded by those who want Reid’s political favors, and there’s a track record of Reid dispensing favors to those who fund it,” Boehm told the Washington Free Beacon.

    The level of corruption in the Democratic Party is just stupefying. They don't even try to hide it anymore. The party is run by criminals for criminals.

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