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Hi. How R U? Great. I'm fine, thanks for asking. (Looks visitor over) Nice shoes. So what brings you here? Me? I'm a guy. I like gals enough to marry one. I eat meat because it is tasty. I've worn black socks with my sandals, and I'm not afraid to do it again. I'm old enough to have worn a leisure suit when it was cool. I don't drink or smoke. I've never done drugs.

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Lynch got her first appointment from Bill Clinton.

The clandestine meeting is even worse than I wonder she is recusing herself now that it is public knowledge.
A Suspicious Meeting in Phoenix Probably Means FBI Charges against Clinton

On Tuesday Attorney General Loretta Lynch met former President Bill Clinton at a Phoenix airport where they held a discussion that lasted at least thirty minutes. Lynch’s explanation for her meeting with Clinton was that it was entirely coincidental and they mainly discussed his two infant grandchildren. This is unconvincing if not preposterous. When Loretta Lynch opens her mouth to speak on a public policy issue, she, like her boss the president, is not likely to be telling the truth. So we can pretty confidently presume that something else topped the agenda, to wit: a forthcoming referral of criminal charges against Bill’s wife in the ongoing email scandal.

Meeting Clinton coincidentally or otherwise was risky a risky and ill-advised thing for Lynch to do unless she -- and likely Obama -- thought it absolutely necessary. Lynch is a political hack but not a fool. Merely meeting privately with the former president when she is presumably impartially overseeing the criminal investigation of his wife stinks to high heaven, and compromises her sufficiently that there are already calls for her to recuse herself from the matter. Lynch is an experienced and politically savvy prosecutor, appointed by Bill Clinton to the plum position of U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, a traditional stepping stone to her current job. When it comes to managing her career and the politics of it, she is sure-handed. Lynch would not have risked the meeting, coincidental or otherwise, unless she had something important to say.

Likewise, if Bill Clinton spends more than thirty seconds a day thinking about his diapered progeny as opposed to his own more personal interests, I’d be shocked. That even the glib Clinton could spend thirty minutes on the topic defies belief.

On the other hand, it is likely that investigation of Hillary’s email scandal is at or near completion. As it is, the investigation has lasted far longer than necessary for competent FBI investigators to make determinations as to Hillary’s criminal liability in the email matter, at a minimum with regard to her preservation of government records and handling of classified material. It is also probable that sufficient evidence has been compiled to make similar judgments about whether Clinton attempted to obstruct justice. Whether Clinton engaged in pay for play involvement by the Clinton Foundation during her tenure as secretary of state might be a more involved matter, but that the FBI should have come to conclusions on at least the other matters is highly probable.

More at the link. Excellent summary.

Al-Qaida Vows Revenge if Boston Marathon Bomber is Executed
Boston Marathon Bomber Warning From Al-Qaida Vows Revenge for Execution
•July 1, 2016

A warning against the Boston Marathon bomber's execution sentence was issued by al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri. He said there will be the "gravest consequence" if Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is killed. Reuters reported Friday that Al-Zawahri made the threat in a new online video, naming Tsarnaev

LOL. Radical man-hating feminists hate unborn white boys

I am still laughing.

Hillary Burning her cash reserves. Trump not so much.
Clinton Spending Roughly $500,000 a Day on TV Ads, Trump Zero

Leveraging her fundraising advantage, Clinton ran almost 10,000 spots in first 12 days of her advertising buy, broadcasting in more than two dozen markets that cover nine battleground states. Trump didn't run a single ad during the period.

The 9,781 ads that Clinton ran from June 15-27 cost an estimated $6 million, or about $500,000 a day, and were broadcast in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. They were all essentially biographical spots reintroducing her to voters.

Trump has dismissed such efforts—and associated spending—as something he doesn't need to win the White House. “I don't even need commercials, if you want to know the truth,” he said Wednesday in Maine.

Trump is breaking all the rules, and he is still statistically tied with Hillary.

Rasmussen Poll: Trump 43%, Clinton 39%
The tables have turned in this week’s White House Watch. After trailing Hillary Clinton by five points for the prior two weeks, Donald Trump has now taken a four-point lead.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey of Likely U.S. Voters finds Trump with 43% of the vote, while Clinton earns 39%. Twelve percent (12%) still like another candidate, and five percent (5%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Last week at this time, it was Clinton 44%, Trump 39%. This is Trump’s highest level of support in Rasmussen Reports’ matchups with Clinton since last October. His support has been hovering around the 40% mark since April, but it remains to be seen whether he’s just having a good week or this actually represents a real move forward among voters.

Trump now earns 75% support among his fellow Republicans and picks up 14% of the Democratic vote. Seventy-six percent (76%) of Democrats like Clinton, as do 10% of GOP voters. Both candidates face a sizable number of potential defections because of unhappiness with them in their own parties.

Another act of Liberal tolerance. Torn, tattered flags found in piles at cemetery[
Torn, tattered flags found in piles at cemetery

As the Fourth of July approaches, the sight of the red, white and blue flying over the graves of those soldiers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice becomes more common, especially in veterans cemeteries.

Stan Sniezyk visits his father's grave every week at the Rhode Island Veterans Cemetery. As he looked around, he noticed something was missing.

And that’s when he saw a heap of torn and tattered flags in a nearby dumpster and then another pile in an open storage shed.

"It just broke my heart, because everyone in this cemetery fought under that banner and every fiber of that flag is their blood, sweat and tears," Sniezyk told WPRI-TV.

Do People who hate the Flag squirm in agony on the 4th of July?

do they?

Donald Trump Poaching Blue-Collar Dems — ‘Uprising in the Rust Belt’
Uprising in the Rust Belt
They used to be Democrats. Now they really could hand Donald Trump the White House.

This was Clinton country both times in the ’90s; it was in the pocket of Al Gore in 2000. And while the county narrowly went for the incumbent George W. Bush in 2004, voters were back to supporting Democrats four years later. In the ’08 primary, Hillary Clinton won more votes than all other candidates in both parties combined. Barack Obama won the county that fall. And then something appears to have shifted. In 2012, though he won the state, Obama lost the county in a veritable landslide, despite the fact that it has 50 percent more registered Democrats than Republicans. In recent months, that rightward shift solidified: To date this year, Republicans have gained nearly 1,500 registered voters in Cambria County as Democrats abandoned their party for the other side. That trend is playing out statewide, where switches have boosted GOP rolls by a net of nearly 50,000 voters. And in the primary this spring, Clinton not only lost to Sanders; she lost to herself, taking home 64 percent fewer votes than she did eight years ago. A county once hers now simply wasn’t.

“In the past, people here have turned to the Democrats,” said Chris Borick, director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion in Allentown, Pa., 200 miles to the east. “They were the ones who looked after working-class interests, in their minds. But there is a belief that that isn’t the case anymore—and now they’re shopping around for an alternative.”

Trump, for them, makes a pretty appealing one. Local Republican leaders point out that the GOP nominee talks like a steelworker: brash, simple, to the point. He’s perfect for Pennsylvania, they say, but especially the western part of the state—and, in particular, a place like Cambria County. “When we talk about the white working class in the United States,” Borick said, “this is the place that could be described as the face of that demographic.”
Local Republican leaders say that Trump’s brash, to-the-point demeanor connects with blue-collar constituencies like steelworkers, and that he is perfect for the western part of Pennsylvania—particularly Cambria Country, which is 94 percent white with high rates of unemployment.

Poll: Clinton-Trump Race Too Close To Call. NO double digit lead for Hillary.

Clinton-Trump Race Too Close To Call, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds
Democrat Hillary Clinton has 42 percent to Republican Donald Trump's 40 percent - too close to call - as American voters say neither candidate would be a good president and that the campaign has increased hatred and prejudice in the nation, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.

looks like the polls liberals cited really were over sampled. Celebrate too early and a dose of reality will hit you in the face. No double digit lead for Hillary--she NEVER had one.

Will Obama travel to Turkey to visit terror victims when he skipped out on France?

or will he send some guy with a guitar to sing, "You got a friend in me."
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