I think Comey was right to reveal that they had new things they were investigating, but the vagueness of his statement basically opened the door for a bunch of unsubstantiated rumours to spread. Really don't think it's a partisan thing, Krugman is being a shook idiot.There's literally no story here. What is Comey doing? I know Krugman is calling it a partisan intervention but surely not?
He then painted a stark picture for the next several minutes highlighting the 'gross negligence' of the Clinton team that would seem to justify criminal prosecution - yes it really was that bad.Our investigation looked at whether there is evidence classified information was improperly stored or transmitted on that personal system, in violation of a federal statute making it a felony to mishandle classified information either intentionally or in a grossly negligent way, or a second statute making it a misdemeanor to knowingly remove classified information from appropriate systems or storage facilities.....
Nah look, you've been yelling for months that every new Clinton scandal will sweep Trump into power because the public are idiots and easily swayed. So far it hasn't eventuated and to be honest it sounds pretty patronizing.pretty much exactly what it is but the public is so ill-informed it will have an impact on the polls and the election...i was at a dinner at a friend's place and one of his friends made the comment that they are both equally bad and he wished mitt romney was running this time...i had to really control myself to not yell out that he doesn't have a clue and is a ****ing idiot, he is obviously not the watson type but he is also an american citizen who will likely vote in this election...there are so many such low information voters who decide who they vote for based on whatever sensational headline they happen to see...
what do you mean it hasn't eventuated? it is a fact that a significant portion of the public don't make informed choices about who they are going to vote for...the false equivalency especially in this election cycle is so frustrating...bill maher nailed it (again) in "new rules" today...and it will remain a fact whether trump wins or loses...Nah look, you've been yelling for months that every new Clinton scandal will sweep Trump into power because the public are idiots and easily swayed. So far it hasn't eventuated and to be honest it sounds pretty patronizing.
Don't buy any of this whatsoever. trump is seen as a massive joke in this country and across europe. The fact is the e-mail scandals mean it is close, and it shouldn't be. trump is totally and utterly unsuited for Public Office, let alone the most important political post in the world. As others have said it's the Middle-East and africa that he might thrive.Trump supporters aren't uninformed, they know full well they're voting for a giant racist clownman. They won't change their mind even if you point out that Trump will be more corrupt than the establishment he's railing against. But he's still never held the lead during this election even with all the Clinton non-scandals. What this should tell you that the majority of people aren't idiots who get sucked into every little thing to do with emails. You should probably give the American public more credit, in Europe Trump would be elected.
It's an odd comment from RTB, because whatever you may think of Trump, he's an oddly murican phenomenon, someone who is famous for being rich and successful with absolutely no history of public service, I just don't buy that he would do that well anywhere but the USA.Well said Grecian. You only have to look at Farage's failure to win entry to the Commons to realise it's not true for this land. Italy yes as you say. Rest of Europe, no, they may elect some right wingers but they wouldn't elect Trump.
It's closer than it should be, and that's after all these *** scandals, including the *****-grabbing thing, and Hillary beating him in all three debates. You can't call this an informed electorate when this sham of a man is even this close to winning.Fine, in the Eastern bloc Trump would be elected. My point is that writing off the American public as uninformed is just wrong. The fact is the race is not actually that close. Remember how you said that Trump would definitely win the election? It didn't happen because most people aren't actually idiots.