“…on Wednesday afternoon, Kennedy and three of his top officials resigned unexpectedly”
Forget the new broom… it’s an ax
Out of juice.
What took this long?
You know what would have been nice? A counter-disinformation team.
Go bold or go home II.
Truth-telling: the conclusion.
“Throw all the politics out the window, what we’re talking about is the defense of this nation.”
And idea receiving a cold reception
Not much to say for a “spokesperson”
Not the sort of “stability” we need
Nothing says “change” like Joe Biden.
“Engaged the Executive Branch on the economic benefits of foreign military sales.”
Come on, man.
“…immense pressure to complete the review quickly and not label anything as classified.”
“State has an agenda … to protect State interests and those of Clinton.”
“If not, she should go to cidi.org.”
That was certainly convenient, particularly if you happened to be pondering a presidential bid
Good work if you can get it
Culture of corruption.
Are we really entertaining this question?
The standard was set during her confirmation hearings that “smoke” was enough of a problem to cry foul.
Best Cabinet official money can buy.
She helped them and got rich.
“This stuff keeps coming out, drip, drip, drip, drip, drip.”
The fruits of paying ransom.
“…the requester had mentioned in the course of the call a Fox network reporter and Iran.”
“This was Iran’s money.”
Probably too busy.
Money for nothing… or perhaps something
“Secretary Clinton’s ethics agreement did not preclude other State Department officials from having contact with Clinton Foundation staff.”
“Her mission was to help the Clinton Foundation find a new leader…”
“Such laws conflict with and undermine universally recognized human rights”
They can’t understand why anybody would ever question their ethics or their integrity.
“Am I ever going to get an answer to the question about the planes?”
Or did the Iranians know all along?
To run, or not to run: that is the question.
“This ain’t nothing to play with.”
“I’m not exactly surprised at what transpired.”