By John Ruberry The day after one of the biggest October surprises in presidential politics ever, Hillary Clinton called on FBI director James Comey to release, to use the phrase in his statement to his underlings, his discovery of emails that "appear to be pertinent to our investigation." That investigation is centered around Clinton's selfish … Continue reading Hillary’s a liar, she had her chance to release her emails
By John Ruberry Unless you have been living in a spider hole without access to a computer or a television, you are of course aware of the Donald Trump phenomenon. Without spending much money, his or anyone else's, the real estate billionaire has vaulted to the top of the Republican presidential polls. Whether he is … Continue reading Fear of a Trump planet
General Erich Marks:When you create a diversion, it’s for a reason. The Longest Day 1962 John Cleese:Mr. Bradshaw, will you stand up please. [He stands up and is shot] This demonstrates the value of not being seen. Monty Python's Flying Circus How not to be seen 1970 The Hillary Clinton email scandal continues to draw … Continue reading Simple Hillary Logic.
Jim Hacker: I discovered recently that one of your staff spends all his time paying people to produce food, and the man in the next office spends all his time paying people to destroy it. Maurice: Thats not true. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Not true? Maurice: No! He's not in the next office. Not even on … Continue reading The real Email Disaster for Hillary is with the Young