[ExI] The Clinton Foundation was a means of gaining access

CryptAxe cryptaxe at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 02:22:25 UTC 2016

I've actually been somewhat surprised by the anti Trump sentiment within
this mailing list. I essentially "threw my vote away" by voting for Gary
Johnson. I think I would pick Trump over Hilary though.

Trump seems easier to predict. While obviously motivated by human things
like greed, his flamboyant attitude I think makes it hard him to conceal
his true thoughts. You might not agree with his thoughts, and I'm not
politically savvy so maybe that's actually a bad thing.

What do you adamant anti Trump extropians think?

On Aug 24, 2016 4:11 PM, "Dan TheBookMan" <danust2012 at gmail.com> wrote:

> http://reason.com/blog/2016/08/23/the-clinton-foundation-was-clearly-an-av
> Some believe there's nothing to see here. And surely this is how politics
> works and has worked for as long as any of us have been around. Yet this is
> something that would be viewed as immoral and corrupt by _conventional_
> moral standards. (Whether it's illegal, of course, depends on the
> particular legal framework. If the best one can argue is that something was
> legal, well, one needn't be reminded that what's legal depends on the whims
> of the legislature and of judges.)
> Now, that said, one can still argue that a corrupt Clinton would be better
> than the alternatives, but please let's not pretend Clinton isn't corrupt
> simply because of fear her adversary might win. That would be _irrational_
> in the epistemic sense.
> Regards,
> Dan
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