36 thoughts on “Anything Good In The Standard?

  1. Eoin

    So both Hillary Clinton and Tony Blair have just had their crimes/ morally repugnant acts listed for all the world to read. Will either of them face any justice? Will they fu…

      1. Smashmouth

        Confidential state informatoin being sent to/from a private personal server is pretty abhorrant for a Secretary of State

        1. rotide

          Inadvisable, stupid and massively risky yes.

          Morally repugnant? Shut your piehole and push your agenda in more sensible ways.

        2. Kieran NYC

          None of the *at the time* confidential information originated with Clinton’s account, but passed through via replies, forwarding or was sent to her.

          Try and read the details sometime.

          1. Smashmouth

            “None of the *at the time* confidential information originated with Clinton’s account, but passed through via replies, forwarding or was sent to her.”

            Completely irrelevant.. It doesnt diminish the risk of the original information being hacked or obtained by a third party

          2. Kieran NYC

            It is a big(ish) deal, but it’s more about carelessness on her part and woeful state of the State Dept’s IT system than a criminal act.

          3. Smashmouth

            Ah sure it was an accident and the emails were sent to her

            You’re some clown Kieran!

    1. realPolithicks

      They’ll face “justice” at the same time your boys George Bush and Dick Cheney do.

  2. Friscondo

    Let’s not forget he’s become a very wealthy man through business dealings with gulf dictatorships that have strong links to fomenting jihadist extremism. He’s a lying hypocrite.

    1. bisted

      …ah here…he’s made a few quid from the zionists and yanks as well…in fairness…

  3. Eoin

    No, sending email from a private account is not ‘morally repugnant’. That one was, in fact, illegal. Hillary has broken 6 or 7 laws by keeping top secret emails on a private, hackable server. She also claimed none of her mails were marked top secret, yet Comey stated that 100 were. Which is why the state department may be forced to proceed with indictment despite the FBIs recommendation. Otherwise they owe serious compensation to others who’ve served time for lesser crimes. You can’t stick one guy away for a crime and let the next one off the same crime because ‘no prosecutor would prosecute’? Well I’ve already heard two former prosecutors state on US news that they would have gone ahead with an indictment based on Comeys statement.

    1. Kieran NYC

      None of the *at the time* confidential information originated with Clinton’s account, but passed through via replies, forwarding or was sent to her.

      Try and read the details sometime.

    2. realPolithicks

      “Hillary has broken 6 or 7 laws”

      It’s interesting that the FBI don’t believe she broke any laws. Can you please list the laws you claim she has broken.

  4. Eoin

    +1 .And it was hundreds of thousands who died, when the negotiations could have continued. No better man for middle eastern envoy eh? He obviously doesn’t think that arab lives matter.

    1. Cowenwatch

      @Eoin, Bush Senior also stated the time for talking was over just before Iraq war No1.

  5. Mulder

    Poor Tony, decided to join Bush, who could barely bless himself, which was not good given Bush was highly religious, so Bush not known for brain power decided to go gung-ho into the middle east of all places.
    Blair thought he could control Bush, who barely knew what time of the day it was, never mind where the middle east was.
    As military advisors, told Bush and Cheney his vice president, this is a bad idea, with no exit strategy.
    Thus, hey presto, the present mess in Syria and Iraq and other countries in the region.

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