Thursday, May 26, 2016

What Do They Have in Common?

2 P's N A Pod

AP via American Thinker:

Target's weak store sales and its expectations for this quarter, released Wednesday, pushed shares down 9 percent in morning trading. Shares of almost every retailer followed suit in what is shaping up to be a miserable year ... Shares of J.C. Penney, Kohl's, Macy's and Nordstrom fell as well. Shares of Wal-Mart, which reports earnings on Thursday, fell almost 4 percent.


The State Department’s internal investigation arm issued a final memorandum today on the email practices of past and current secretaries of state, and it said definitively that past secretaries handled classified material on unclassified email systems. The same claims were made in an early February memo when the State Department's inspector general first announced it was conducting a records review related to the email accounts of five secretaries of state -- Madeline Albright, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry -- and their immediate staff.

In the first story,  AP is trying to hide the success of the Target "Bathrooms Without Borders" Boycott by lumping it in with other retailers. But Target has over twice the losses, totaling 9.2 billion says Sierra Rayne.

In the second story, the State Dept. is trying to hide the failure of Hillary Clinton by lumping her in with other Secretaries, who never had their own private servers or sent top secret emails. State had to reclassify a couple of Colin Powell's completely non-controversial emails a dozen years later just so they could use him to protect Felony Clinton, the Mommy Commie, the Grifter with Blame-Shifters, the Hefty Lefty, the Ft. Marcy Parsee, the Vince Foster Accoster, the E-mailer Failure, the Cattle Future Moocher, etc.

Sec. Powell says they're full of it. Word.

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