Anybody want to perform an exorcism on Hillary? The lies have piled up so deep that they’re trying to escape but have nowhere to go:

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20 Responses to “Hey Hillary, cough once for every hundred lies you’ve told”

  1. Truesoldier__ on January 26th, 2016 6:11 pm

    Perhaps her coughing fits and rumors about her health have more to do with a possible indictment than anything else. Reminds me of the scene in Goodfellas after Henry Hill turns states evidence and they drag the mob bosses in to court. Every mob boss is in a wheel chair with oxygen claiming they can't stand trial due to being too ill.

  2. Granny617 on January 26th, 2016 9:03 pm

    HA! Can't wait to see Slick Willy wheeling Hitllary into court with the buxom, blonde nurses he "hired" to help "take care of her."

  3. Marshall_Will on January 26th, 2016 11:50 pm

    As FUN as it is to speculate.., sounded pretty authentic to me?

    Her voice was so feeble, breathy and impotent, more serious symptoms, or er' uh, consequences can't be far behind. Not I wish ill health on anyone, but this as Matt Drudge notes, turns out to be the biggest 'revelation' to come out of the Benghazi 'hearings'. ( Did I say, plural..? )

    Sure she's "running to stay out of jail" but that isn't to imply she's in any way faking. I think especially, coming out of the mouth of a non-smoker.

  4. Marshall_Will on January 26th, 2016 11:55 pm

    From previous:

    Granny, isn't it totally demoralizing to hear of these work from home State emp's creating all new means to milk the sys? And dragging' on a DOUB the whole day long! It's not hard to imagine the new lows they'd plumb for, given half a chance!

    Daughter #1 quit the State, even after being granted the right to reclaim her job after a difficult pregnancy. Best thing she ever DID. No more covering for "bosses" ducking out for 3-hour mid-day shopping sprees, the no-shows and the worst of it, dealing w/ militant, in yer' face Gheys.

    Even "in the office", one of your first job skills is stalling & covering.

  5. Doug on January 27th, 2016 12:59 am

    Yep, I've spent the last couple of weeks coughing. Guess I should learn a lesson from her to always have lozenges at the ready: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sy_tukh8hUU

  6. Marshall_Will on January 27th, 2016 3:40 am

    I'd heard about her coughing fit, but never taken the time to actually see it for myself. Thanks for posting the link.

    Like yourself, I had a bug I just couldn't shake! Took months to get back to, 90%? In retro, it's possible I had a less serious case of meningitis? Certainly less severe than Roger felt when canceling The Who tour.

    But make no mistake, it was no joke and I should've taken it more seriously, and much earlier. It was never 'quite' bad enough to call in sick. Ultimately I was able to beat it, but it took a toll. And neither of us are under the pressure SHE is under! What w/ facing JT and all?

    Are her handlers/physicians TRYING to get her the rest & care she NEEDS? And is she just so driven, she's blowing off all their better advice? Woman needs a HOSPITAL.

  7. Truesoldier__ on January 27th, 2016 11:45 am

    Oh and speaking of Govt Agencies. I just found out yesterday that Obama has decided to create a new government agency. This one will be in charge of all background checks for all Fed positions(i.e. military, DoD civilians, FBI, DOI, IRS,NSA, etc). This is in light of the OPM breaches. As some do not know there were multiple breaches of OPM that is how the administration was technically not lying when they said that only 3-4 million were affected by the breach, well that meant one breach not the really big one that hit pretty much every person who either worked for the government in some capacity or even applied for a job.

    The new agency, if done right, wouldn't be a bad idea. Right now if you go from one agency to another you usually end up having to have a whole new background investigation done as the different agencies do not like to share their findings. Of course this costs more tax payer money and is a total waste of time and manpower as well and leads to unnecessary backlogs. Of course this doesn't mean that this new agency, which is gobbling up all the other agencies will streamline anything and you know they won't reduce their workforce either, so we will end up with yet another bloated agency where 1 in 8 people actually work and the other 7 sit around collecting a paycheck on the taxpayers back.

  8. Truesoldier__ on January 27th, 2016 11:49 am

    As to the teleworking, it is ridiculous. My position allows for teleworking, but the only time I have used it is when we had 2 feet of snow fall in 12 hours. I was able to do my work, so I did because that is what I am paid to do. Of course many others that could telework choose not to and instead were paid for a "snow day". Then we have one supervisor that abuses it. He built his house an hour and 45 minutes away from the park, so he teleworks quite frequently because that commute sucks. Well no one told you to build your house so far away and a Supervisor needs to be present to actually supervise their employees. My guess is he sits on his but with his computer logged in. Well little does he know that with Server 2012 I can actually run a report on his connection and actually see if there is any keyboard or mouse activity while logged in (which their is not) and plan on sending the findings of his teleworking to the IG's office in a couple more months when I have a years worth of data.

  9. Granny617 on January 27th, 2016 12:45 pm

    Marsh – when I first moved to this area, everyone encouraged me to apply for a state job. I just could not do it because of the caliber of most state employees. I have a work ethic and just could not waste it on working in such conditions. While I don't make as much money or have the top notch benefits – I do work with some great people and absolutely delight in the interactions with our customers. It is rewarding and I like being here. PS – we do get a great year end bonus so that makes up for our regular wages. We have three locations and all our employees are long time employees more than 15 years each – so I think it says something about our owner and what he values.

  10. Truesoldier__ on January 27th, 2016 10:53 pm

    One good thing that has come out of the Iraq/Afghanistan wars is just how many disabled vets (myself included) are taking govt jobs. You are seeing more and more high caliber people in government service (at the lower levels for now but moving up) which could in the end change the dynamics of the federal bureaucracy for the better.

    In my case, I took a federal job when I found out that my 12 years of active duty would transfer over towards a retirement, a retirement I was not going to get with the military due to injuries that lead to my medical discharge. There are quite a few of us that had planned to do at least 20 but more likely 30+ years in the military and actually earn a retirement, with that dream quashed we have decided to not lose all those vested years.

    Give it time and we might just take back the upper echelons of the bureaucracy and be able to make some real changes (to include getting rid of the worthless bums sitting around collecting a paycheck on the taxpayers backs).

  11. Marshall_Will on January 27th, 2016 11:34 pm

    Bully for YOU mate!

    It took me every BIT of a year ( plus actually ) to 86 a no-load we had. She ( rather self-appointedly ) crowned herself "QA" and spent the entire swing shift nitpicking & second guessing every transaction until she found a loose thread.

    At the end of the day, it wasn't so much my 'documentation' that sent her packing, it was the demoralizing effect she had on the entire crew! But it really was MY input, sans "smoking gun".

    In your scenario, it's going to be very difficult for Mr. 'Supervisor' to wriggle out of. Think, attorney..?

  12. Marshall_Will on January 27th, 2016 11:40 pm

    G,

    Precisely the work environment I've worked so hard to create! I explained to our upper mgmt., "You've got people here that Who's dating WHOM, who got a raise/new Subaru etc. down to the T!

    ( But they can't even name me (1) ONE person from the shops that are our best customers!? ) WTF?

    Ever since I've gotten them to look *outward* ( vice their incessant internal squabbling ) people now say it's a place they can easily see themselves working at 15 years from now!

    It makes all the difference. And yes, it's about values…

  13. Realtor Website on January 28th, 2016 1:15 pm

    I really want to know how many percent of US people want Hillary going to be our next President.

  14. Granny617 on January 28th, 2016 5:15 pm

    TS – that is encouraging because so many in the federal, state and local government are more loyal to their unions than the taxpayers that provide their wages. And I wish all governments would get rid of pensions and go to 401k type plans and not burden our children and grandchildren with legacy payments and debt that will crush them. Furthermore, we need to get rid of some of the ghastly work rules. Employee A cannot do the work of Employee B – even though they are exactly in the same position. It's stupid. If both of them can screw in a light bulb……. who cares as long as the job gets done.

    And one last tid bit – it just grinds my arse what is STILL happening at the VA! What a complete joke. I wish we could get Allen West or Lt. Col. Ralph Peters to head up that department and let them start cleaning house! Top to bottom – and no more bonuses – ever!!! Our vets do not deserve this treatment – again a bunch of employees collecting $$$ and not doing the job! Disgusting.

  15. Truesoldier__ on January 28th, 2016 5:42 pm

    I hear you Granny. Believe it or not you are seeing less and less employees joining the unions (at fed level it is not compulsory) which is leaving the unions with less and less pull. My guess is that with so many vets joining the Federal service they see it as they don't need someone else telling them what they think of policy, management, etc. If we have something to say, we say it in a respectful, but forceful manner.

    I agree with you on the pensions going to 401k's. That is basically what I have through my fed employment (the TSP). I would love to see social security go over to 401k style plans as well. I have a private 401k tht is doing pretty darn good (far better than what I could ever hope for through SS) and would love be able to roll my SS witholdings into that instead.

  16. ChapBix on February 5th, 2016 5:32 pm

    Regarding Hillary and her lies, it is past time to clean out the septic tank or outhouse pit.

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