Pray that Hillary gets indicted !

gunwalkergunwalker MemberPosts: 470 Member
Because the potential for disaster increases is she gets the nomination. Two Supreme Court justices will be 80yrs old by the next election and whomever is president might get to appoint two. Imagine if Hillary appoints Obama. An appointee must be confirmed by the senate but the republican majority is tenuous at best.
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  • shootbrownelkshootbrownelk Senior Member Posts: 2,023 Senior Member
    gunwalker wrote: »
    Because the potential for disaster increases is she gets the nomination. Two Supreme Court justices will be 80yrs old by the next election and whomever is president might get to appoint two. Imagine if Hillary appoints Obama. An appointee must be confirmed by the senate but the republican majority is tenuous at best.

    I pray that the FBI does an exhaustive and honest investigation every day. We'll see if O'bama/Lynch control the FBI and sweep this under the rug. After this administration, that rug will be 6" off the floor with all the IRS dirt and everything else swept under it.
  • snake284snake284 Senior Member Posts: 21,831 Senior Member
    gunwalker wrote: »
    Because the potential for disaster increases is she gets the nomination. Two Supreme Court justices will be 80yrs old by the next election and whomever is president might get to appoint two. Imagine if Hillary appoints Obama. An appointee must be confirmed by the senate but the republican majority is tenuous at best.

    This is what I've been preaching for two years on here, but some have a problem with any Republican candidate but their own favorite. If all Republicans would put small (and maybe some not so small) differences aside and vote for the Repub nominee and not stay home or vote for a third party loser, we wouldn't have to worry about whether Hillary gets the nomination or not.!

    There's a lot of important issues for the next president to deal with, but none as important as those two or three SCOTUS Justices that will most likely be picked by the next president of the United States of America, and who does that picking will be determined by this election.

    If we all get on the same page and row together we can win this race. But if we continue to find faultwith everybody that doesn't see it as we see it through our own rose colored glasses, we are going to get our ass handed to us on a silver platter and then we may lose one of, if not more than one of, our most precious rights.

    If that happens and we get another justice like the two that Obummer has picked, the Second Amendment as we know and love it will be a thing of the past. And you can take that to the bank!

    So I don't care who it is, Trump, Rubio, Cruz, Carson, Fiorina, it just don't matter. All the other issues in MY world are second to this in importance.

    Those OTHER issues in my world can be dealt with in time. But if we have another Libtard Dummycrap in the White House, mark my words, our lives as we've know them will change and for the worst.
    Daddy, what's an enabler?
    Son that's somebody with nothing to do with his time but keep me in trouble with mom.
  • DurangoKidDurangoKid Member Posts: 183 Member
    This is primary season. We have to separate the Buck Wheat from the Mouse manure first. When the 2 horses are chosen to run the dust will fly. Bet on it.
  • bisleybisley Senior Member Posts: 10,607 Senior Member
    gunwalker wrote: »
    Because the potential for disaster increases is she gets the nomination. Two Supreme Court justices will be 80yrs old by the next election and whomever is president might get to appoint two. Imagine if Hillary appoints Obama. An appointee must be confirmed by the senate but the republican majority is tenuous at best.

    This is true no matter which Democrat gets elected. Even with a Republican president, the Democrats will filibuster and pull any other trick to prevent a Constitutionalist from being appointed to th court. The best defense is to elect a president and a Congress that knows they have to legislate against such a possibility, while they have a window of opportunity to do so. There will be more liberals/socialists in our future, and they do not miss windows of opportunity.
  • gunwalkergunwalker Member Posts: 470 Member
    Nicely stated Snake. I could not agree more.
    We do not view the world as it is, but as we perceive it to be.
  • bisleybisley Senior Member Posts: 10,607 Senior Member
    cpj wrote: »
    Hillary....

    Ain't. Getting. Indicted.

    Obama's AG appointment has shown no sign, yet, whether her loyalties lie with enforcing the law or furthering the political cause of her party. If past history is any indication, she will run with the herd - all of his other appointees so far, and save the party. If Hilary goes down, she may give up everybody else to save her own skin, and the AG would instantly be a pariah among all of her cronies. She was definitely chosen in the belief that she would protect Dear Leader.

    The only chance of an indictment probably rests on the FBI director, also an Obama appointment. By all accounts, he is a dedicated enforcer of the law. Even conservative politicians have nothing but praise for his integrity. If he has sufficient evidence for an indictment, the only hope that it will ever happen is for the public to demand it. Somebody is leaking to the press and Congress about the continuing pile of evidence against Hilary Clinton, and he hasn't shut it down. If he were to make a formal public statement that there is sufficient evidence for an indictment, Loretta Lynch would have to sacrifice her reputation and credibility to save Hilary, and maybe Obama. So far, all of his appointees have been willing to fall on their swords, to save the king. But it is late in Obama's lame duck term, and a time when the rats will flee the sinking ship, if they are ever going to.

    I would say the chances are slim that Hilary Clinton will be indicted, but not impossible.
  • GunnerK19GunnerK19 Senior Member Posts: 1,083 Senior Member
    cpj wrote: »
    Hillary....

    Ain't. Getting. Indicted.


    I tend to agree, particularly with Lynch heading up the DOJ. I don't trust her anymore than I did Holder.
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  • snake284snake284 Senior Member Posts: 21,831 Senior Member
    gunwalker wrote: »
    Nicely stated Snake. I could not agree more.

    Thanks gunwalker, and also thanks to Bisley too for being right on as usual. But I'm just talking plain common sense. Nobody here would like to straighten out the Republicans and bring them back to the conservative fold more than me But we have to get into office first. I get sick of people like McConnell and Boehner and so far Paul Ryan, playing suck up to Obammy to feather their own nest. How many of these clowns have we elected on the premise of repealing crap like Obummer Care and stopping him from giving 11 mil illegals amnesty so he can shore up the dummycrap electorate where we will be a one party country like China, and we haven't seen much results from our party leadership. We need to take a lesson from the Dummycraps who ain't so dumb and stick together for our more common good.
    Daddy, what's an enabler?
    Son that's somebody with nothing to do with his time but keep me in trouble with mom.
  • Diver43Diver43 Senior Member Posts: 8,571 Senior Member
    With what they are putting Gen. Petraeus through, how can than not?
    Logistics cannot win a war, but its absence or inadequacy can cause defeat. FM100-5
  • snake284snake284 Senior Member Posts: 21,831 Senior Member
    cpj wrote: »
    Ok, I'll play.

    How do you propose to get their minds right once we elect them?

    Well for my money most of the Repub candidates running are right in the mind for the most part, and they're a lot more right in the mind that what you're going to get if the other side wins. You ain't gonna change a damn thing trying to teach anybody a lesson by not voting or not voting for an electable alternative to the Dummycraps. All you're gonna do is put Hillary or Bernie at the wheel and then the Feces will hit the rotary oscillator, and then we'll be screwed for all of our lifetimes.

    Better still, you tell me how you plan to get Hillary's mind right?
    Daddy, what's an enabler?
    Son that's somebody with nothing to do with his time but keep me in trouble with mom.
  • gunwalkergunwalker Member Posts: 470 Member
    Fellas, correct me if I am wrong,but I don't think the FBI can indict anyone. It can arrest and bring charges. It is the Federal prosecutor at the DOJ who calls forth a grand jury.
    We do not view the world as it is, but as we perceive it to be.
  • breamfisherbreamfisher Senior Member Posts: 13,078 Senior Member
    You're correct. What the FBI can do is alter the severity or strength of its investigation to allow a cover-up, or to try and trump up charges (no pun intended.)
    Overkill is underrated.
  • JerryBobCoJerryBobCo Senior Member Posts: 6,511 Senior Member
    From a NY Times article posted 3 days ago. Sure seems like the fix is already in.

    http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2016/01/26/hillary-clinton-on-nominating-obama-to-the-supreme-court-great-idea/

    DECORAH, Iowa – Hillary Clinton is sometimes asked what kind of people she would want to put on the Supreme Court – but not who. During a campaign event here in northeast Iowa on Tuesday, one attendee had a nominee in mind: President Obama. Would she name him?

    Laughing with apparent delight as the audience cheered, Mrs. Clinton said: “Wow, what a great idea. Nobody has ever suggested that to me. Wow. I love that.”

    She then repeated “wow” again, as if giving herself an extra second to think of a good answer, considering that she has been praising Mr. Obama’s agenda and leadership repeatedly on the campaign trail recently.

    “He may have a few other things to do, but I tell you, that’s a great idea,” Mrs. Clinton said — not quite committing but certainly not dismissing the notion.

    She then turned to the current court, saying that “we need new justices who actually understand the challenges we face” and wondering if some justices made decisions based on “naïveté.”
    Jerry

    Gun control laws make about as much sense as taking ex-lax to cure a cough.
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