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commishfree1 10 posts  |  Last Activity: 2 hours 35 minutes ago Member since: Feb 8, 2016
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  • commishfree1 commishfree1 2 hours 35 minutes ago Flag

    "Kennedy recently told the House Benghazi Select Committee that he knew about Clinton's personal email account from the beginning, but did not understand the "scope," thinking it was for reaching husband Bill Clinton and their daughter Chelsea -- and not for the exclusive handling of State Department business. Kennedy's testimony appears to conflict with emails released through the Freedom of Information Act that show he routinely sent and received government business from the Clinton account.
    Fox News has asked the State Department to comment on the email accounts that shared the highly classified information, and how it was that Kennedy did not understand the “scope” of Clinton’s personal email being used for government business.
    A spokesman for the intelligence community inspector general, which has been reviewing the classification of the Clinton server emails, had no comment. "

    Obviously, Clinton and her crew didn't understand the "scope" of the problem of using an unsecured private email server for handling and transmitting sensitive government info. Patrick Kennedy is a State Dept. lifer and at some point , perhaps under FBI grilling he and Clinton's aides might be encouraged to have a "come to Jesus" moment and attempt to save themselves.

  • commishfree1 commishfree1 2 hours 50 minutes ago Flag

    Erick Nov. 2014 - "Our V.P. of Sales is selling Nanologix's products to all those who are interested. I'm thinking he's not selling to Commish, Nanojerk, Omar, Blizzard and .. well you get the idea..."

    Well, you were right there, chief... I didn't buy any. You don't even know how much he sold from Oct. 2014 thru May 2015......when he packed it in.

  • commishfree1 commishfree1 5 hours ago Flag

    Often seems to be a bit of a lag on people's LinkedIn profiles......but according to Hank Lewis's he apparently
    "hit the ground running" and left Nanologix in May 2015. Probably about the time Erick was thrilled with how great a job he was doing.

  • Reply to

    unsurprising exit poll result

    by toast22342000 23 hours ago
    commishfree1 commishfree1 7 hours ago Flag

    David French in "National Review" - "There it is, Democrats. Your establishment is in bed with a woman who reeks of corruption. Your progressive base is currently out-bidding itself in a sprint away from a market economy and toward a stifling, identity politics-obsessed socialism. You’ve lost so many state governments and congressional seats that the national party is weaker than any time since Reconstruction, and Republicans are the ones in crisis?"

  • Reply to

    unsurprising exit poll result

    by toast22342000 23 hours ago
    commishfree1 commishfree1 8 hours ago Flag

    "Just 27 percent of white non-college graduates approve of President Barack Obama's job performance, according to the latest Gallup survey.
    He does 14 percentage points better among white college graduates, with a 41 percent rating. The gap between the two white groups has never been this big since the president took office.
    Support overall for Obama among whites has dropped steadily throughout his term.
    Level of education is key to Obama's popularity — or lack thereof — among whites. In 2009, Obama's approval gap between college-educated and non-college-educated whites was 6 points. It went to 10 points in 2010; 12 points in 2013, and now stands at 14 points.
    Differences of opinion about Obama are also evident along ethnic lines, with 32 percent of non-Hispanic whites approving his performance compared to 84 percent of blacks. Asians give him 64 percent support, compared to 53 percent among those of Hispanic heritage.
    With roughly 67 percent of adult whites not having completed college, the "sheer size" of "the working-class white population" makes this bloc "of keen importance to politicians and strategists on both sides of the aisle," according to Gallup."

    Everybody fights for the 67%.

  • Reply to

    unsurprising exit poll result

    by toast22342000 23 hours ago
    commishfree1 commishfree1 8 hours ago Flag

    "Both the NAACP and the NHLA have given Sanders 100% voting scores during his tenure in the Senate"

    Why is the media pumping Clinton's "appeal" amongst Democratic Hispanic and African American voters? The above two minority groups give Sanders high marks for his Senate voting record.

  • commishfree1 commishfree1 11 hours ago Flag

    "But with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) becoming a serious opponent for Clinton in the race to the Democratic nomination, many African-Americans are asking if the former Secretary of State really deserves the black vote.
    Author and legal scholar Michelle Alexander doesn’t think so.
    "What have the Clintons done to earn such devotion? Did they take extreme political risks to defend the rights of African Americans?" the author of The New Jim Crow asks in a new essay for The Nation. "Did they courageously stand up to right-wing demagoguery about black communities? Did they help usher in a new era of hope and prosperity for neighborhoods devastated by deindustrialization, globalization, and the disappearance of work?"
    Alexander skillfully poses these questions before taking a deep dive into Clinton's past. "

    Where is the Obama coattail?

  • Reply to

    unsurprising exit poll result

    by toast22342000 23 hours ago
    commishfree1 commishfree1 11 hours ago Flag

    "Just as he did in his extremely close loss to Clinton in the Iowa caucuses, Sanders beat Clinton among young voters in New Hampshire. Early exit polls showed he led her 83-16 percent among voters under 30, MSNBC reported. He has been very popular among young and independent voters, and high turnout from these demographics were expected to be key to a Granite State win.
    “We won because we harnessed the energy and the excitement that the Democratic Party will need to succeed in November,” Sanders said Tuesday, adding that voter turnout was “huuuuge.”

    The under 30 crowd seems to like the 75 year old Socialist.....must be all the free stuff he's promising them. Hillary promises them stuff too.....but folks have trouble with her honesty.

  • Reply to

    Everyone holding

    by rayludwiczak Feb 5, 2016 2:55 PM
    commishfree1 commishfree1 Feb 8, 2016 1:07 PM Flag

    Erick Sept. 2011 - "If you think Nanologix is a slam dunk? Why is the PPS not showing it? You best HOPE you are correct cause a lot of bad things can still affect this play in a negative way"

    You've been watching things "develop" for years and hoping. I just find it funny to have watched you pump things all the way down from .50...and now you're stuck with the shares and are trying to pump things up again.

  • Reply to

    Everyone holding

    by rayludwiczak Feb 5, 2016 2:55 PM
    commishfree1 commishfree1 Feb 8, 2016 12:05 PM Flag

    Erick -- "but I'll hang and see what develops."

    You don't seem to have much other choice. The volume has been so low recently....it looks like few want your shares...even at a nickel.

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