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This Blog Gives Her Majesty 90 Days In Office #HillaryClintonHealthConspiracies

Posted on | December 29, 2015 | 111 Comments

by Smitty

Via Instapundit and Don Surber: Scott Adams, of Dilbert fame, thinks Her Majesty is hiding a serious health concern, but is setting up Donald Trump.
Let me lay out a few thoughts.

  1. Her Majesty and BHO are bound by Benghazi, though 13 Hours might change that situation.
  2. BHO is concerned about his “legacy” (I’ll wait while you vomit).
  3. Her Majesty only really cares about being sworn in as POTUS. Past the pomp & circumstance, actually carrying out the office could prove a Royal Bore.
  4. She actually has enough health issues to make a full administration  problematic.


  • She ran interference for BHO over Benghazi in 2012, when the truth kryptonite would have wilted Superwimp.
  • BHO runs legal interference, stifling any proper Benghazi inquiry for her campaing, with the proviso that she permit him to name the VP (Corey Booker? Deval Patrick), who is really going to be the President anyway.
  • Her majesty enjoys the first 100 days of honeymoon, so that she doesn’t look as bad as William Henry Harrison.
    Then she retires for medical reasons, securing the Obama legacy.

Note that this is a Trump-free conspiracy theory. I still maintain that he is a mercenary, building up a large voter base to sell to whoever is writing the fattest check. If Hillary, he goes independent, or takes the GOP nomination and his speeches start giving it the Full Tarantino until the GOP implodes entirely.

If he stays GOP, he can either try to convince enough conservatives that he has a statesman bone somewhere under his ridiculous hairstyle, or just sell his endorsement to another candidate with something like a plausible political style.


111 Responses to “This Blog Gives Her Majesty 90 Days In Office #HillaryClintonHealthConspiracies”

  1. Quartermaster
    January 1st, 2016 @ 7:14 pm

    Kyle risked his life. Unlike a certain coward that hides behind a keyboard and uses the handle nero88888.

  2. Quartermaster
    January 1st, 2016 @ 7:15 pm

    What I have concluded from my biblical studies, it is simply no longer deniable that we are in the end times. Frankly, I don’t intend to die at all, but go with the Church when Christ returns to evacuate us, and then return in a new, and eternal, body to be with Christ forever.

  3. nero88888
    January 1st, 2016 @ 7:17 pm

    Kyle is a good maggot now because he’s dead. Pizz on his grave

  4. Quartermaster
    January 1st, 2016 @ 7:24 pm

    The “Majority Text” did not exist when the KJV translators worked, nor was it available in the subsequent revision at Oxford in 1769. What we know as the majority text did not exist until well into the 20th century.

    The Greek Text used for the KJV is now called the “Textus Receptus,” which was so named by the original printer in Holland that published Erasmus’ original text. The most recent version of that is the Scrivner 1895 text. I don’t know if the Scrivner text was used with the NKJV or not. The preface simply says they used the Traditional text, but not the edition used. I suspect the Scrivner text was used.

    The Greek Text behind the major translations is the Nestle-Aland text. Is is what I call “the conceit of the scholars.” Many of the base assumptions of textual criticism have not been proven. My own observations of what has happened with modern texts is that several of them are faulty. The so called critical text is based on Alexandrian text types that have been shown to have problems. That Alexandria was a hotbed of heresy and gnosticism does not make me sanguine about the text type.

    I don’t trust the Alexandrian text type. I do like both the Septuagint and the Byzantine 1907 text. Daniel Wallace of Dallas Theological Seminary doesn’t like the Byzantine text saying it passed through heretical hands. Given he has Calvinist predilections renders that objection amenable to the ton of salt treatment. He’s welcome to his opinions, but I don’t buy them.

  5. Quartermaster
    January 1st, 2016 @ 7:26 pm

    Now, now. Given you are a maggot, you shouldn’t apply labels to him that actually apply to you. We wouldn’t want to place him on the same level as you, after all. Given your lack of stature and cowardice, I doubt you have enough equipment to reach his grave, or enough to make any urine in the first place.

    To the commentariat: The troll has been reported to the wielder of the ban hammer.

  6. nero88888
    January 1st, 2016 @ 7:28 pm

    Chris kyle is a GOOD DEAD CONSERVATIVE C U NT now. Cry all you want. I laughed when I heard the great news that COWARD Chris Kyle was shot to death.

  7. daialanye
    January 1st, 2016 @ 7:34 pm

    Her figure is far better than his—I admit that much. There are some, of course, who feel that because Trump has put up some fancy gambling halls that he’s somehow eligible to be commander in chief. Quite frankly, I’d rather trust Carly Fiorina. Or Carly Simon.

  8. Wombat_socho
    January 1st, 2016 @ 9:51 pm

    Thanks for the tip.

  9. Art Deco
    January 1st, 2016 @ 10:40 pm

    Cain had colon cancer. For a modest minority (< 10%) of those with stage 4 colon cancer, they can run the disease out of your system with radiation and chemotherapy. There are subtypes of thyroid cancer they can do likewise with at stage 4. Regarding most cancers, stage 4 is a death sentence; they can contain the cancer for a time but not extirpate it.
    The really deadly geni of cancer would be those of the brain, lung, esophagous, pancreas, liver, bone, and stomach, as well as acute myeloid leukemia. It varies one to another, but generally about 70% of those who are diagnosed with one of these will die of their cancer and some of those who do not are old and taken by other ailments before the cancer can take them. About a quarter of all cancers diagnose are from these categories.
    Other cancers (bar odd subtypes) you usually survive, but they're all deadly once they reach stage four.

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  11. Finrod Felagund
    January 2nd, 2016 @ 10:41 pm

    Thank you very much for taking out the trash.