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Hillary Clinton Will Never Be President of the United States

Hillary Clinton will never be president. I have never wavered from this affirmation since 1992.

I see no reason to change, in spite of all the leftsists. Juxtapostition.

They know you’re stupid. There is no other explanation.

You have no idea how literally worthless every one of them are.

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Let’s get this over with.

Alright. Am I done?

Richard Nikoley

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40 Comments

  1. ramon on October 5, 2016 at 16:30

    If Bill keels over in his sleep tonight, she might get some extra pity vote. And that might be the best thing that could happen to her campaign. Or maybe they could keep on with the gaffs.

  2. thhq on October 5, 2016 at 17:13

    Yeah inspiring thought. Maureen Dowd made a comment the other day about how Hillary gets on top of things, then always manages to blow it. You just have to wait for it. She goes into her righteous suffragette narrative, and spews nonsense. Like basket of contemptables, buying off the Iranians for world peace, sensitivity training for police, and on, and on, and on.

    I think the negative wag-the-dog technique the Clintons always use to distract attention from their failures is another factor. It’s effective for a day or two for shock effect, but it wears out and the repetition starts to irritate people. For the first debate they dredged up an old beauty queen and a 1995 tax return. Hillary went off-topic during the debate and lobbed this load of trash in like mortar rounds. It surprised Trump, and produced the desired angry responses. The whole thing was obviously rigged, with the negative ads playing the next day. A week later Pence was ready for it. Last night he stood his ground and made Kaine look like a bad version of Red Skelton’s Freddie the Freeloader. He even invoked Reagan’s “now there you go again” as Kaine brought up the tax return one time too many. Kaine didn’t get the joke, and continued shouting the same tired story over Pence. Thick as a brick.

  3. Richard Nikoley on October 5, 2016 at 20:47

    It’s funny. I have a rather neutral view of Trump viscerally. I like when he speaks authoritatively.

    I have always had a visceral loathing for H. Day one. She makes my skin crawl. Can’t stand her voice, can’t stand her steams of slogans and bromides, and when she says “we’re going to make sure,” I truly want to rip her head off with my bare hands. The nearest male in this regard is Al Gore.

    Bill Clinton? He was kinda hard not to like a bit viscerally, for me.

    Pence? I like him, visceral sense.

    Time Kaine? Every time I look at him, his facial expressions remind me of what people must look like when sitting on the toilet. I simply can’t take him seriously.

    • thhq1 on October 6, 2016 at 09:23

      Bill the horny satyr and Hillary the suffragette. Hard to figure how they connected. Maybe because Hillary wasn’t an easy score.

      Bill has those trailer trash genetics. When he was in the White House he ate lunch at the Navy mess rather than tea sandwiches with Hillary and her pals. Being down-to-earth makes him able to see that the effect of Obamacare on the working poor is crazy. I’m in it, and I live the craziness. It takes 20% of free cash out of my income, way more than I pay in Federal income tax. And you don’t get health care, you get a lousy overpriced catastrophic health insurance policy. I buy a gold plan for $1500 a month and we get health care. We need it. But most of the people under the mandate get the cheapest bronze plan, with $7000 deductable per family member and 50% copay. For regular medical costs they’re still cash out of pocket because they’ll never reach the deductable. This is not health care, it’s a stick up. 2/3 of the people that are under the Mandate opt out, even if they’re eligible for the subsidies, either by paying the fine or by claiming a hardship. And Obama credits Hillary for that Mandate.

      The Clintons put a lot of stock in saying bad things about Trump’s lack of experience. I see that as a good thing, because the Clinton’s experience has brought us some disastrous experiments. Bill’s preferred trade status for China wiped out about 40% of American manufacturing jobs. Hillary’s Russian reset was followed by the invasion of Crimea and the bombing of Kerry’s beloved humanitarian convoy in Syria. And of course her Individual Mandate.

      I can’t blame the Clintons for every disaster, as Obama and both Bushes created plenty of entitlements…ADA, Medicare Part D, etc etc. The common factor is what Trump confronted Hillary with during the debate.

      BAD EXPERIENCE

      I hope he builds on that theme over the next month rather than going after the next fading scandal they dredge up. Trump’s had his own bad experiences. He didn’t jump out a window. He built something instead. Focus on that.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 6, 2016 at 09:40

      I really like Trump’s mantra:

      “They do bad deals.”

      Think about it.



    • thhq1 on October 6, 2016 at 09:49

      I have. I personify it as Neville Chamberlain. I objectify it as “kicking the can down the road”. They play for time, like I used to do on pinball machines. One replay gets you another replay if you’re good.



  4. Hap on October 5, 2016 at 21:08

    Jerry Moonbeam signed a bill to provide subsidized insurance to illegal aliens in California and a state official sent a letter to petition HHS secretary Burwell since a waiver is required to get around the ACA law. It will happen. These people know how to defy and/or get around the minor pesky issues of law. How many times have Californians voted to support traditional marriage and to refuse welfare benefits to illegals…only to have all that struck down by a Federal judge?

    The Feds also came out today with a rundown on the immigrant population….which is now 42.4 million. The largest jump in immigration is up about 40%…from Saudi Arabia.. next up Bangladesh, Egypt, Ethiopia, India etc. Muslims lead the way. they are being settled primarily in so called Red States……#1North Dakota …followed by Wyoming , Montana, and others. Does anyone see a pattern of attempting to manipulate the vote here????

    Heck this is just today’s “news”……and there will be more and more. HRC will carry on the lawless legacy of BHO.

    I thought we had a Constitution…..but the “long game” took it down. Truly a race to the bottom.

    • thhq on October 12, 2016 at 09:48

      The coffee is kicking in @hap

      There is only one acceptable narrative. Hillary wins. She’s the tool for the financial engineers, just like Obama and Bush were. Trump is judged unstable because he’s in real estate instead of stocks and bonds.

      America is a giant open-pit dollar mine that financial engineers work in. When they’re done they’ll go away. It’s like Bisbee or Butte to them. The Constitution and people and ethics are of no consequence to Yellen, Bernanke, Soros and Buffett.

      Mine on until the vein runs out.



    • thhq on October 12, 2016 at 10:04

      And it will, Venezuela style. When Trump said that Yellen should be ashamed of zero interest he assumed that she had human feelings.

      Just rotting the dollar’s value is not enough for the dollar miners. Holding interest rates to zero breaks loose the tougher ore deposits: retirement savings. It forces people to chase yield, trading their CD’s for mutual funds.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 12, 2016 at 10:11

      It it perhaps time to really consider a nest egg in physical precious metals.

      But not in terms of stocks or mutual funds, but physical,

      That means you have to have a safe, or bury it.

      You might need quick access for the bug out bag, Zombie apocalypse style, aka leftist onslaught.



  5. John on October 5, 2016 at 21:36

    HA! I know this makes me a bad anarchist, but seriously, I can’t wait to vote for Trump! Yeah, I know I’ve been stupid in the past (voting for the likes of that accused rapist Bill Clinton and all), but I’ve been a pretty good anarchist recently, not voting in the past few elections (which was great, by the way), but honestly, I can’t pass up the opportunity to say “FUCK YOU!” to that stupid fucking bitch cunt (sorry for my languange, but I’m not sorry) and the stupid fucking media (no apologies that time) and every fucking faux feminist (hey! She’s a woman! Who cares if she’s married to a rapist/adulterer/the worst sexual harrasserer in history!).

    Sorry, I’m off track. From an outside perspective (which, I’ll admit, I kinda don’t have, living in Southern California and all), this election has been AMAZING to watch. You have pretty much every media outlet telling us that this horrible woman that should have been inditicted by the FBI is better than the businessman who, what, used existing laws to take his businesses through bankruptcy four times? Um, are you idiots aware that this country is in like, 20 trillion dollars debt? Maybe we NEED a businessman who knows some bankruptcy law.

    Damn, off track again! Seriously, I’ve been drinking some (maybe more than some), but I LAUGH every time I see a Hillary ad, thinking it was brought by “The Donald” to show how fucking stupid she is. And GAWD, is she! Even hardcore liberals like Michael Moore and Bill Maher are bracing for a massive backlash. Oooooooh, I think it is coming.

    I agree, stand by your 1992 prediction. Her awful turnout at her rallies, her declining poll numbers, and pretty much everything else I see is everything to back it up. I still don’t understand why the democrats didn’t put up someone like Joe BIden or maybe John Kerry (again), and instead threw all their superdelagates behind someone who was under FBI Investigation.

    Hmmmm. I think I meant to talk about how stupid the Libertarian Party has been not capitalizing on this shit?

    Eh, no matter. I’m voting one last time, and it’s for Trump. Yeah, I know it’s public masturbation, but honestly, between us girls, doesn’t masturbation feel good?

    Where I live, it was cool to support Bernie. Hillary? It’s almost like “yeah, I maybe kinda do.”

    And lastly, you may be entertained by former Bernie turned Trump supports https://twitter.com/cassandrarules on Twitter.

    • Doug on October 6, 2016 at 06:26

      I hope you are right, but the vast majority of people that vote dem are emotional voters. All Hillary needs to do is press on with the:
      1. Racist card
      2. Cut Benefits card
      3. Ruin the environment card.
      4. Misogynist card
      5. Cut education card

      And I feel that population is enough to overtake Trump.



    • Rita on October 6, 2016 at 09:53

      I think it’s funny that Doug thinks “people that vote dem are emotional” as though those that vote Trump are not. I see far more emotion on the Trump side and the anti-Hillary side. The vehemence felt toward Hillary is amusing to me. I mean, John’s comment above is just boiling over with Clinton hatred. Personally, I don’t care that Bill got sucked off in the Oval Office. And I don’t give a crap that Hillary decided to stay with him afterwards. I just don’t like Hillary because she seems like a dishonest robot who is too chicken shit to tell the establishment why it’s so fucked (or, perhaps she suckles at its teat too much to even notice). But, to my mind, Trump is an even bigger idiot. I think he’s disgusting, narcissistic and pathological. Third parties are stupid and weak not to take advantage of this opportunity when we have the 2 biggest losers ever to run at the same time on both the Repub and Dem tickets. Why vote at all?



    • Richard Nikoley on October 6, 2016 at 11:12

      So Rita, you’re all in as long as the rapist is somebody you’re OK with, can commiserate with the Hillary because The World.

      LOL.

      I’d have liked to like you.



    • Rita on October 7, 2016 at 06:36

      But Richard, I still like you! HA!

      No, I wouldn’t say I “commiserate” with her, I just don’t care enough about her to hate her. I’m just forlorn right now because our whole political system in this country feels like a wasteland & I’m not very optimistic about the future. The best thing we could hope for now is a large-scale revolution….or, as I believe someone alluded to in a previous post: the end of the French Revolution?



    • thhq on October 6, 2016 at 10:45

      Yeah why vote at all. It won’t affect the Left Coast. Bill’s China deal irks me because as with Hillary’s mandate I’ve felt the damage personally. I know what used to occupy those empty fields and derelict buildings. People, jobs, exports, tax base. I tried to count up how many I had worked in that are gone and lost track at 35.

      Where have all the workers gone?
      Gone to tweakers every one
      When will they ever learn



    • Hap on October 9, 2016 at 19:13

      The voting thing….well I live on the Left Coast and there are important propositions and other stuff on the ballot that could be affected, even if the game is otherwise “rigged” for the Democratic Party in individual elections. Californians are suffering from voting fatigue, having passed a number of ballot propositions that get whacked in some court.

      I do find it rather weird, if not hypocritical, that during the primary season, when DT not yet the nominee, but clearly commanding the loyalty of a growing voting bloc, and perhaps threatening to take his ball and go elsewhere, the RNC came up with the “PLEDGE” and got him to sign on. However , when DT got Bushwhacked with locker room tapes, they ran like rats.



    • thhq on October 10, 2016 at 04:47

      @hap two of the mills I worked in a lot were in LA. One was on 57th Street in Vernon, and the other was in Pomona. They were both built in the 1960-75 period when America was expanding its industrial reach, and both closed around 2005. I worked with a couple of the people from the Vernon mill on a restarted mill in WA. I retired, they’re still there.

      Trump’s experience in deal-making from the 90’s concerns me. During that period – the days of Clinton prosperity – capital spending on our mills declined, then stopped completely….and then they closed. Our company grew by M&A, which was financed with the same Milkin junk bonds as Trump’s infamous bankrupt casinos. I give Trump credit for spending the money he got to build things, but spinning a lot of financial engineering schemes into deals is what got us and him into trouble. The debt our company took on during that period to do deals is what eventually sank us in bankruptcy. Though we lasted until 2010 it was still the same ending to the story as his was in 1995.



  6. Hap on October 10, 2016 at 10:25

    thhq
    Sorry to hear that you had to experience such economic upheaval. The transition from a manufacturing economy to what they call the information economy. Actually, we have moved from innovating and making products (with few exceptions) to a money manipulation economy. It started way before 2008 “crash”. No space here to detail all the factors but you are right….about some things and perhaps misguided about others. The story on Milken is one of creative finance and many business successfully accessing capital. Were there excesses…of course. However, the biggest excess is the vote buying schemes of the political parties, which have been put in place by collaborators from government and the Fed….and made possible by the creation of money to continue the financing what Trump correctly identified as have others, an immoral Ponzi scheme. Money these days is happily shuffled through the (remaining) banking systems, effectively nationalized, generating huge windfall profits through fees and arbitrage. Who would invest in the long game of true experimentation in business innovation, when all you need is supercomputers and currency trading schemes? Main street has been squeezed out of prosperity in the schemes of Big and Fast Money.

    The value of the dollar soared in relationship to other currencies during the years you experienced your problems…..essentially a deflation and anyone with debt really screwed by having to pay back in more expensive dollars than borrowed….that to me is immoral. For business to prosper the value of money has to be stable. Currency trading dwarfs the GDP of the world.

    Heres most of what you need to know. 1 million dollars in the 1920’s now worth about 10K in todays dollars. 1 million dollars in Gold at that time worth now about 65 million dollars.

    Still, despite the Trump potty talk….and there is voluminous documented HIllary potty talk, the ratso republicans stick to their moralizing instead of focusing like a laser on making the best of it by defeating Hillary Clinton.

    • Richard Nikoley on October 10, 2016 at 11:50

      On balance, Milken was a financial hero.

      Whenever anyone uses the term “junk bonds,” It’s a signal to me that they are working from the leftist victim/ entitlement narrative and have zero idea what they are talking about.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 10, 2016 at 11:55

      http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2004/0202/036.html

      ~~~

      Railing against greed is a demonstration of lazy thinking by the left. Who did more for the world, Michael Milken or Mother Teresa? There doesn’t seem to be any contest: Mother Teresa spent her life helping the poor, while Milken was jailed for breaking securities laws.

      But Milken’s selfish pursuit of profit helped a lot of people. The ignorant media heaped scorn on “junk bonds,” but Milken’s innovative use of them meant that new ideas flourished. Cell phones are ubiquitous in no small part because Milken financed Craig McCaw.

      Chrysler and Mattel were among many companies rescued from bankruptcy by Milken’s junk bonds. He provided capital to more than 3,000 companies, including what are now Barnes & Noble, Time Warner, Mellon Financial, Hasbro and Calvin Klein.

      Millions of people have productive jobs today because of Milken’s ideas. Mother Teresa helped many, but Milken helped more by being a capitalist.



    • thhq1 on October 10, 2016 at 13:38

      It’s the long term aftereffect that’s damaging. The junk bonds our company held ensured that almost all cash flow was used to pay their high interest, and left little free cash for capital projects and maintenance. Without that, the factories deteriorated, and were sold off or closed as they wore out. Our company – Smurfit Stone Container – was assembled out of two companies with Trump-like leaders who had a vision to be the biggest, but using M&A rather than building new capacity. The $5 billion in Milken debt that Stone brought to this marriage could never be paid off. Our company was not unlike other companies making old-line commodities like steel, lumber, appliances, and motor vehicles. Chrysler is a good comparison.

      Hap’s point about gold is well considered at the national level. I’m anticipating that the long term effect of the 20 trillion in national debt will be a steady depreciation of the dollar rather than national bankruptcy. Because the money has been invested in entitlements, stock buybacks and M&A, and not in capital projects, manufacturing and public infrastructure will continue to disappear. I used to travel in South America and saw how people dealt with 20-50% annual currency devaluation over several years. Year after year it works, but you learn to use the money as soon as you have it in your hands. One of the countries was Venezuela, which steadily became a basket case victim of free trade.



    • Hap on October 10, 2016 at 15:34

      Richard

      I am in agreement with you regarding Milken. the Feds made a witch hunt out of him and basically strong armed him into pleading guilty to very minor charges…but never securities fraud or insider trading….

      Here’s a quote from Gilder.
      Supporters, like George Gilder in his book, Telecosm (2000), state that “Milken was a key source of the organizational changes that have impelled economic growth over the last twenty years. Most striking was the productivity surge in capital, as Milken…and others took the vast sums trapped in old-line businesses and put them back into the markets.”[4]

      Insider trading is another misnomer fraught with lazy thinking like “junk bonds”. How do you invest in a a venture you know absolutely nothing about? All you have is the government allowed entrails that mean nothing . YOu can bet your bippie that Berkshire Hathaway knows about the companies and stocks it buys…..in deep details. The SEC and it’s lawyers have handcuffed the public companies with reports that are rear view mirror snapshots. Worthless. YOu can’t say what the company is really doing…..or who the heros and fuckups are. Government has neutered the markets so that that what you can really know is …”not more than anyone else”….ie the state lottery.

      thhq…….Milken did not rip anyone off. People entered into these contractual relationships knowing the upside and downside……just like the folks who took out mortgages with interest rate risk and teaser rates. The government however, really rips people off. YOu pay the government y our hard earned cash, they dole it out to whomever they prefer and for projects they deem worthy. the FED flushes the grease to it all with QE and finances the Treasury so Government can step up debt financing . Main street….get the dregs.

      When interest rates are essentially zero the FED zeroes out the time value of money….which does not go into any real productive use. It just chases the froth of fast profits in the ocean of currency trading. Everything gets run through the favored banks……and they make a killing, and with risk cancelled by the taxpayer. The economy…ie productive effort gets shit. That’s why we have no growth despite pouring FED generated money into the pot. Savers , who used to provide the capital for growth, are now SUCKERS.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 11, 2016 at 11:40

      “Insider trading is another misnomer fraught with lazy thinking”

      Ayn Rand and Alan Greenspan made this point three decades ago, which I read two decades ago.

      This is how pernicious ignorant fucktardism is, based on meme myths, bromides and slogans.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 10, 2016 at 15:52

      Hap: Every. Single. Word.



  7. Richard Nikoley on October 10, 2016 at 15:28

    LOL

    So you’re going to blame it on the availability of the capital, not its mal acquisition or disposition.

    Typical leftist.

    I love loan sharks.

    I hope tons of people lost their jobs, parents were frantic about feeding their kids, etc.

    It’s always a nice contra-government education when that happens.

    No quarter. Soup lines.

    • Hap on October 10, 2016 at 15:58

      Richard

      I think your tough love approach is one that backfires. One of the Alinksy rules is to scare the populations and when shit happens, especially if it is government inspired, then blame the money lenders (ie Capitalist system). Then proudly proclaim that the government will get the money from the greedy bastards and advance State control of everything.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 10, 2016 at 19:39

      Wish I knew what you were talking about.



    • thhq on October 10, 2016 at 16:04

      @hal
      I didn’t say Milken ripped us or Trump off. Whether it was bad luck or too much optimism about the value of the commodity or real estate, the inability of our companies to retire that high interest debt in short order killed us. The accountants at SSCC were wizards at shifting it into lower interest bonds, which kept us going longer than Trump, but being a huge business running on very small margins meant that it never got much smaller.

      When Trump talks about making Anerica great again I think about all the individual companies that were cobbled together by M&A to create the whole. They were all small profitable businesses individually, but by using the magic of leverage they were turned into one large money-losing entity that could barely break even in a good year.



    • Hap on October 10, 2016 at 16:23

      thhq

      to me ..that sounds like bad business. I am wondering however, what story your company had to come up with to convince the public to buy those bonds with confidence? Yes, leverage is risky.

      To me it’s an important experiment in learning Capitalism. Bigger is not necessarily better, especially if you are in manufacturing and 1.2Billion people across the Pacific are crouching Tigers. For most of them they did not buy into the currency floats of our hero Milton Friedman (not being sarcastic here)….ie monetarism. Rather they engaged in a sounder monetary policy . And when they had to make a minor adjustment in their monetary policy and bring down the Yuan a few percent, everyone cries “FOUL!”. In the meantime the FED has been manipulating your money like a drunken sailor, with their non mandate for full employment, some bullshit target growth rate, and “managed inflation”.



    • thhq on October 10, 2016 at 17:45

      @hap it looked as good on paper as those resort casinos. All sold by giant egos. Bigger was always better. But the small accounts made the company money. Boston two color mom and pop pizza boxes sold by the thousand were more profitable than Little Caesars sold by the million. But not big money or cash flow.



  8. Hap on October 10, 2016 at 16:13

    have you ever heard at any of these debates …..or with the speeches of politicians…a complete full throated defense of Capitalism, Liberty, and Constitutional government? Like real education……? Even Trump showed up with taxpayer funded entitlement programs like Child Care and raging against trade and China like a shmuck. compared to Hillary and friends….he’s a saint.

    I am getting really tired of pussies. And if my wife is any barometer……so is she.

    • thhq on October 11, 2016 at 07:02

      @hap these are not capitalists, they are politicians. Trump is a Jacksonian democrat IMO. Populist, patriotic, America firster, but economic policy is an afterthought. Hillary is a traditional tax-and-spend liberal. Capitalists are people you tax.



    • Hap on October 11, 2016 at 11:06

      touché



  9. Wilbur on October 10, 2016 at 18:59

    I live in one of the most Democrat supporting areas of the country. When Obama ran, I’d see hundreds of Obama-Biden yard signs, and maybe a couple of Republican signs.

    I walk about 10 miles per day through this area. Up until a couple of weeks ago, all the signs were Trump-Pence. First there was one, then two. I skipped a few days walking, and suddenly it was 3-2 in favor of Clinton. Literally 3 Clinton signs and the original 2 Trump signs. This held until today, the day after the second debate. Now it is even. One of the Clinton supporters removed her sign from her yard.

    There are lots of Van Hollen signs, however. It’s weird.

  10. Evan Eberhardt on October 11, 2016 at 22:56

    I recall a quote from a friend from the past who said, “I love art, but fuck artists.”

    • thhq1 on October 12, 2016 at 14:32

      Hillary’s most artful thing is mudslinging I guess, and she’s a Rembrandt at it. The other stuff she does is not very artful busywork. You might enjoy watching Pollock if you haven’t already. Paint slinging. I like Ed Harris a lot.



    • Richard Nikoley on October 12, 2016 at 14:38

      Check out Ed Harris in the new Westworld HBO series.

      Anthony Hopkins too. So brilliant I haven’t quite figured it out, yet.



  11. Hap on October 13, 2016 at 15:15

    Given what has transpired…the lunge of wiki leaks against Hillary, the subsequent parry (media) and counter lunge (Dem Delta Force Destruction Team) with poor pitiful sexually assaulted women by Trump…..the entire fraud and corruption of the Democratic machine has been drowned out. When it comes to dirty politics, the Republicans are totally outclassed.

    I am glad that Wiki leaks is making these documents available….because it does offer substantial proof of how the Democratic party takes us all for complete Chumps.

    • thhq on October 14, 2016 at 11:02

      I don’t think that anyone should be mistaken that this would not happened with any other candidate standing in Hillary’s way. They learned a lot losing to Obama. Without Trump we would not have been treated to so many dirty secrets. It’s too bad the election got turned into Access Hollywood. Thank you Clintons.



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