Republican corruption is skin deep, Democrat corruption goes to the bone

Hillary Clinton Keynotes Inaugural Watermark Conference for Women

Hillary says, “What difference does it make,” when it comes to her official emails being on a private server.  Obama’s Secretary of State has kept emails from congressional investigators of Benghazi for years.  In addition, it has been revealed that her presidential campaign is getting major funding from foreigners, which stands to reason as Obama is trying to make millions of foreigners legal citizens to vote.

Hillary Clinton has become the poster child for Democrat corruption and propaganda saying she should be the judge of whether or not she did anything wrong.  That’s equivalent to allowing criminals to decide if they are guilty.  The former First Lady and presidential candidate has been condemned for her actions that led to the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens in Libya by Jihadis, but it is her concealment of email communications from congressional investigators that has dominated the news.  Meanwhile, liberal media have done everything they can to distract and deny any wrongdoing.

The discovery of a private mail server in Clinton’s home has been a game changer.  Where the investigation into IRS corruption under Lois Lerner has faced obstruction by Democrats lying about her emails being destroyed along with her computer, and those emails being recovered from the server, Clinton made certain she had direct access to a server where emails are actually stored.  Her claims that she has handed over all emails to investigators falls flat on its face when they reveal that months of emails are missing and Hillary has the actual machine on which they were stored and erased.

Hillary’s campaign, along with Obama’s and other Democrats claiming to be “the party for the little guy,” while claiming Republicans are only for the rich and foreign business, are being exposed as deceivers more corrupt than the worst Republican in history.  Aside from Obama stealing trillions of borrowed taxpayer dollars to give to his friends on Wall Street and in bogus green energy corporations, their campaign donors also include foreign investors and businesses that are controlled by America’s enemies.  All of this exposes Democrats for frauds duping the American people on every level.

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10 Responses to Republican corruption is skin deep, Democrat corruption goes to the bone

  1. crs52 says:

    If you studied journalism you should understand the difference between “fact” and opinion.” Based on your article you don’t. You seem addicted to the classic “straw man” argument.
    Neither does it appear that you learned the art of critical thinking.

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    • dustyk103 says:

      Of course I understand them, just as I reach my conclusions by examining all the facts and applying critical thinking. Why do you ask? Do you think my blog is a news site? Based on your comment you do, which makes the error your own. I fully understand the Straw Man argument which is presenting an argument based on false information based on a supposition, something in which you are again in error. If there was any false information presented in this editorial then you should point it out and I will be happy to educate you.

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      • crs52 says:

        Nearly every sentence in your article is based on a supposition. It appears to be based on the a priori assumption that all left-leaning entities are corrupt and therefore the only possible conclusion that can be drawn from any scenario is that it must be predicated on theft and deception. Your title: “Republican corruption is skin-deep, Democrat corruption goes straight to the bone.” (Aside from the obvious fallacious reasoning (revisit “specific to general”), anyone with a background in journalism should understand the folly-not to mention the dishonesty- of painting an entire faction with one brush.) Since your article is predicated on that assumption, I still contend it fits the definition of the “straw man” argument- or at the least, circular reasoning.
        To elaborate, have you done any honest research into Bush family? They have never been Democrats and I don’t see how anyone could consider their history of corruption and deceit “skin-deep.” And do serious research on Watergate (for the record I first voted during the Nixon years, I paid close attention to the events as they unfolded, I have read about it extensively since that time, and I have continued to pay close attention to the political landscape- so if you’re assuming that I am uninformed or uneducated I can assure you that I am neither). It’s as sordid a story of corruption, deceit and lawlessness that you will find anywhere- as well as the Republicans’ utter contempt for the electorate and the Constitutional process. I’ve seen no evidence that the GOP mindset has changed. I don’t see how anyone would define it as “skin-deep.”
        Then there is the statement in your bio “The lies that people say FOX is guilty of always results, not from deception, but a difference of opinion with leftists whose lack of a moral compass causes them to fail to understand the difference between right and wrong.” It’s hard to believe that you did any honest research if you really believe that’s true. Apart from the well-documented duplicity of Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes, Fox has been a fountain of misinformation, disingenuous statements, and manufactured scandals. Example: Their infamous story on Obama’s “You didn’t build that” speech. All anyone has to do is look up the transcript of his original speech to see what he REALLY said, and compare it to the disingenuously edited version presented by Fox, in what can only be interpreted as attempt to mislead the public, That isn’t news, it’s propaganda- and it isn’t the only time that Fox has pulled this kind of stunt.
        I could on in this vein but you should be able to see the point. I’m prepared to believe that you are not inherently dishonest but you are either not doing the research or you are cherry-picking details that support your assumption- and intentional or not, it is intellectually dishonest.

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      • dustyk103 says:

        If you recognize that the article is opinion, why would you accuse me of Yellow Journalism? Nothing I have written on this blog anywhere implies that I report the news.

        Your assumption that because I am “painting a faction with a broad brush” is the same as saying these are absolutes is an overreach. The fact is, I used to be an ignorant young liberal forty years ago. What I have learned in that time is that the Democrat Party has a long and inglorious history of duping the people and embracing corruption. Republicans are more won’t to weed out the corrupt, but even so there are some that still need to be pruned.

        The Bush family and Nixon were amateurs when compared to Obama. I watched the “you didn’t build that speech” and FOX did not misrepresent it. Obama is colossally ignorant of how business works and his socialist ideology is a clear indication he lacks a moral compass when he thinks stealing from the rich ‘because they steal from the poor’ is right.

        Because I have an education in journalism I have a better understanding than the average person how propaganda works and the means by which it is employed. All men are corruptible, but not all men are corrupt, and while there are degrees of corruption in politics, the Democrat Party has made is a science. This is why Republicans are always labelled racist, sexist, bigot homophobes and why I recognize that things like the Republican war on women, racism, and global warming scams are all complete fabrications and obvious frauds. Writing about this to inform others is not a straw man argument, it’s just a statement of fact.

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  2. crs52 says:

    Research certainly isn’t your strong point.

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  3. dustyk103 says:

    An accumulation of sixty years of knowledge does not require me to provide a complete list of sources and footnotes for what I write on my blog. When I publish a book I’ll take the time then.

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    • crs52 says:

      Do you take the trouble to research your sources and honestly evaluate their credibility? Have you done much research into the current public relations machine and its devolution into spin? How familiar are you with the echo chamber and how its intent is to lend validity to an idea that may not have one? (This has fooled many a well-meaning journalist who thinks that something is legitimate because it is reported by multiple sources- but frequently you can trace it back to a single undocumented and often unnamed source-predicated on the maxim that if you repeat a lie often enough it will sound like the truth.) Based on your articles (not just this one) I find it hard to believe that you have done any of this- and I’m betting that at least one of your sources is Rush Limbaugh.

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      • If you voted during the Nixon years and paid close attention to the goings on of the politicos then you are well aware of Hillary’s sad dismissal from the investigative committee because she was found being deceitful and breaking her attorney’s oath, simply a precursor to the shameless Hillary of today. Nice try.

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      • crs52 says:

        And if you bothered to do a little serious factchecking you would Know that the story about Hillary’s “sad dismissal” is untrue.

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  4. dustyk103 says:

    Again, I’m very familiar with the concept of “the Big Lie,” and the echo chamber, and have been bitten by false reporting so I watch out for it. I do, indeed, listen to Rush, not because he tells me what to think, but because he thinks as I do and his insights are valuable. I do not try to spin the facts to suit my purpose, but devote my own critical thinking and moral insight into my determination of the truth. That is as much as I can do. If you don’t like the truth as I reason it to be, don’t believe what I say. The only person you can hurt is yourself because I will measure what you say against what I know and decide for myself.

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