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We Heard This Before

The Schmuck in Chief jumped on Twitter to proclaim: “Mission Accomplished!”?

So, are we going to get thousands of US troops and hundreds of thousands of civilians killed and be stuck in another Middle East war for a decade? That’s what happened the last time a President declared: “Mission Accomplished!”

This is the result when you don’t have a functioning staff – you stumble from one ‘own goal’ to another. This is why he has been losing money for years.


1 Badtux { 04.14.18 at 5:48 pm }

Well, given all the bad news coming out lately, he had to do it. Wagging that dog, big time.

2 Bryan { 04.14.18 at 8:59 pm }

If he keeps it up Mueller will add ‘animal cruelty’ to the charges 😈

3 Kryten42 { 04.15.18 at 7:30 am }


4 Bryan { 04.15.18 at 12:40 pm }

Thank you, thank you. We’ll be here all day… 🙂

5 Kryten42 { 04.15.18 at 11:35 pm }

Allow me to return the laugh! this was tweeted by a faux bobblehead:

@MariaBartiromo: “Why did Jim @Comey take so many memos about @POTUS, then President-elect or candidate Trump, and no memos about @HillaryClinton?””

I replied:
“Because Clinton did nothing worthy of a Memo? But Dotard Tantrum has done a ton of stupid, illegal garbage since he started his campaign! DUH! Pretty obvious, even to a Fox moron! Hence the many investigations around the USA against Dotard! Too stupid to even lie convincingly!”

It got laughs. 😆 😆

6 Kryten42 { 04.16.18 at 9:06 am }

Have you heard about this? I tweeted about it after going through my news feeds (I’ve fallen behind as things have been hectic lately). I thought most must have heard about it… It’s a big deal! And sohuld NOT have happened. But the retweets & comments have gone nuts! Seems few, if any, have heard about it.

With paper and phones, Atlanta struggles to recover from cyber attack

7 Bryan { 04.16.18 at 3:37 pm }

If Comey had had any reason to meet with Clinton he would have written a memo. Law enforcement officers in general and the FBI in particular always take personal notes ‘after an interaction with’ just about everyone. You use the notes for reports, testimony, your time sheet, your grocery list, your memory. It’s a habit instilled in the academies. You do it even if you have an recording to cover reactions and feelings about the situation.

In addition Clinton wasn’t elected President and didn’t fire him and then lie about the reason, so there was no reason to to make those notes/memos public.

As for Atlanta, they are screwed. The odds are that paying or not paying won’t make a difference – the guys who did it don’t know how ‘decrypt’ the data, because is was most probably scrambled, not encrypted. Like too many public agencies they don’t have the policies, people, or budgets in place to protect themselves. Of course they don’t have backups for anything or actual paper copies of the current year’s data input.

Same old problem – they don’t patch, they don’t upgrade, they don’t backup. All they have is a bad attitude directed towards the people who have to come in and clean up this mess. The good news is that it doesn’t affect as many people as the attack on the British National Health Service.