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26 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

Senate Intel Committee Report is out.  

https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/documents/Report_Volume1.pdf

Extensive Russian election interference dating back as far as 2014.

And just today, the Senate says that the voting security bill is partisan and they've decided to not take a vote.

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28 minutes ago, Raz'r said:

And just today, the Senate says that the voting security bill is partisan and they've decided to not take a vote.

Nothing says the GOP would like to remain in power whatever the cost  quite like that, Russia are you listening?

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Here's the unadulterated text of the bill.   I'm looking thru it now, and haven't found anything that I'd consider to support the claims of partisanship that Rep Collins mentioned in his NPR interview this AM.  https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/1/text

 

"MARTIN: Are you concerned that election security, though, has become a partisan issue?

COLLINS: No, I'm not. Well, it becomes a partisan issue when the Democratic Party took it, an election bill which many of us could have supported in different ways, but then put issues in there that were partisan. So I think that's the takeaway from the first seven months of this new Congress - is the issues in which we could work together on have become have become hot - have become partisan, especially when you get into, you know, public financing of campaigns, you get into, you know, bills that are badly drafted. That's what makes those issues partisan. And then, like I said, don't be fooled for a second. Those - that bill did nothing to talk about what Robert Mueller is talking about."  ( excerpted from https://www.npr.org/2019/07/25/745175359/rep-doug-collins-weighs-in-on-muellers-testimony-before-house-panel

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6 minutes ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

Here's the unadulterated text of the bill.   I'm looking thru it now, and haven't found anything that I'd consider to support the claims of partisanship that Rep Collins mentioned in his NPR interview this AM.  https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/1/text

 

"MARTIN: Are you concerned that election security, though, has become a partisan issue?

COLLINS: No, I'm not. Well, it becomes a partisan issue when the Democratic Party took it, an election bill which many of us could have supported in different ways, but then put issues in there that were partisan. So I think that's the takeaway from the first seven months of this new Congress - is the issues in which we could work together on have become have become hot - have become partisan, especially when you get into, you know, public financing of campaigns, you get into, you know, bills that are badly drafted. That's what makes those issues partisan. And then, like I said, don't be fooled for a second. Those - that bill did nothing to talk about what Robert Mueller is talking about."  ( excerpted from https://www.npr.org/2019/07/25/745175359/rep-doug-collins-weighs-in-on-muellers-testimony-before-house-panel

It makes it easier to register. That is HIGHLY partisan. It SHOULDN'T be, as any citizen should be able to register and vote in the least cumbersome way possible, but it definitely is partisan.

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1 hour ago, Olsonist said:

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I saw earlier today that Susan Collins is pondering bailing out.

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Yeah, I saw that. Sarah Gideon looks like a formidable opponent in what should be a bad year for Republicans and Collins in particular.

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Goteo Goteo Goteo.

Good on Puerto Rico for forcing their governor to resign. PR is still fucked and Rosselló wasn't the cause of that. He's quite smart but at best uncouth and now gone on account of own actions. 

https://www.sfgate.com/news/world/article/Puerto-Rico-s-governor-to-quit-Aug-2-in-face-of-14127502.php

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From CBS News:

"Hours after former special counsel Robert Mueller testified Wednesday that Russians are still meddling in the U.S. political system, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked the advancement of legislation to secure the nation's election system. Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith also blocked a set of bills on election security Wednesday.

In blocking the legislation pushed by Senate Democrats to provide more funding for election security, McConnell declared the effort partisan and insisted the Trump administration has already done much to secure the nation's elections."

 

Does anyone in the GOP care that he's lying?

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13 minutes ago, phillysailor said:

From CBS News:

"Hours after former special counsel Robert Mueller testified Wednesday that Russians are still meddling in the U.S. political system, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked the advancement of legislation to secure the nation's election system. Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith also blocked a set of bills on election security Wednesday.

In blocking the legislation pushed by Senate Democrats to provide more funding for election security, McConnell declared the effort partisan and insisted the Trump administration has already done much to secure the nation's elections."

 

Does anyone in the GOP care that he's lying?

No - but good news is that he is really not liking the "Moscow Mitch" moniker.

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13 minutes ago, Raz'r said:

No - but good news is that he is really not liking the "Moscow Mitch" moniker.

Moscow Mitch is miffed, could not happen to a more deserving partisan.

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20 minutes ago, Olsonist said:

I guess Putin's Bitch was already taken.

By someone higher up, someone that can have uninterrupted private meetings one on one, in any position with Vlad.

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Ooooops! 

With the release of financial statements by the UK Government, it is demonstrably true that Trump lied on his US financial disclosure forms...or on the UK forms.  It seems that he just loves to be considered rich and, as has been his pattern all his life, just makes up shit to make himself look good.  But maybe he shouldn't when doing so is a felony. 

It seems that he declared that his two Scottish golf courses have a negative value of $65,000,000 for the purposes of UK required disclosures.  And he declared those two same golf courses were worth $50,000,000 apiece on his US required financial disclosure statements made as the *resident of the US.  

Better pay some accountants and lawyers overtime to smooth over that minor $165,000,000 discrepancies on two sworn documents.  

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3 minutes ago, Left Shift said:

Ooooops! 

With the release of financial statements by the UK Government, it is demonstrably true that Trump lied on his US financial disclosure forms...or on the UK forms.  It seems that he just loves to be considered rich and, as has been his pattern all his life, just makes up shit to make himself look good.  But maybe he shouldn't when doing so is a felony. 

It seems that he declared that his two Scottish golf courses have a negative value of $65,000,000 for the purposes of UK required disclosures.  And he declared those two same golf courses were worth $50,000,000 apiece on his US required financial disclosure statements made as the *resident of the US.  

Better pay some accountants and lawyers overtime to smooth over that minor $165,000,000 discrepancies on two sworn documents.  

That's really only a minor discrepancy.  People make tiny math errors all the time. Perfectly innocent.  It's actually a good thing that they are not the same. We should thank Him for it. 

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4 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:
8 minutes ago, Left Shift said:

Ooooops! 

With the release of financial statements by the UK Government, it is demonstrably true that Trump lied on his US financial disclosure forms...or on the UK forms.  It seems that he just loves to be considered rich and, as has been his pattern all his life, just makes up shit to make himself look good.  But maybe he shouldn't when doing so is a felony. 

It seems that he declared that his two Scottish golf courses have a negative value of $65,000,000 for the purposes of UK required disclosures.  And he declared those two same golf courses were worth $50,000,000 apiece on his US required financial disclosure statements made as the *resident of the US.  

Better pay some accountants and lawyers overtime to smooth over that minor $165,000,000 discrepancies on two sworn documents.  

That's really only a minor discrepancy.  People make tiny math errors all the time. Perfectly innocent.  It's actually a good thing that they are not the same. We should thank Him for it. 

Won't matter a bit for the Faithful.

Even still, this kind of shit just means he probably will just try to file an amendment, like Jr. and the Kush did.  Again.  And again.  And again.

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7 minutes ago, Left Shift said:

Ooooops! 

With the release of financial statements by the UK Government, it is demonstrably true that Trump lied on his US financial disclosure forms...or on the UK forms.  It seems that he just loves to be considered rich and, as has been his pattern all his life, just makes up shit to make himself look good.  But maybe he shouldn't when doing so is a felony. 

It seems that he declared that his two Scottish golf courses have a negative value of $65,000,000 for the purposes of UK required disclosures.  And he declared those two same golf courses were worth $50,000,000 apiece on his US required financial disclosure statements made as the *resident of the US.  

Better pay some accountants and lawyers overtime to smooth over that minor $165,000,000 discrepancies on two sworn documents.  

Just joining Amazon, Google, Starbucks etc in a the long running game of tax avoidance in the UK. 

The UK authorities are spineless, so it won’t make any difference here. 

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3 minutes ago, mad said:

Just joining Amazon, Google, Starbucks etc in a the long running game of tax avoidance in the UK. 

The UK authorities are spineless, so it won’t make any difference here. 

Quite possibly true, because he is still the US *resident and Boris seems to be amused by him.  

But I believe that Amazon, Google and Starbucks have a great deal more good will over there than our orange inflatable baby.  Particularly in Scotland it seems.  Now, if that cold and stony bit of countryside decides that a no-deal Brexit is one step too far, then those Scottish golf courses might get a bit more attention in Edinburgh.  Just daydreaming here, of course.

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23 hours ago, Olsonist said:

 

The most corrupt campaign in history. Everyone's saying it!

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Last week was the 45th anniversary of Nixon resignation. Will this thread last that long without an indictment?

Asking for a friend.......

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23 minutes ago, warbird said:

Last week was the 45th anniversary of Nixon resignation. Will this thread last that long without an indictment?

Asking for a friend.......

There were lots of indictments. Campaign Manager. National Security Adviser. Campaign For Pol Expert (great guy), Personal Attorney/Fixer.

 Responding for the Commandment about bearing false witness. 

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4 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

There were lots of indictments. Campaign Manager. National Security Adviser. Campaign For Pol Expert (great guy), Personal Attorney/Fixer.

 Responding for the Commandment about bearing false witness. 

All or most of those were process violations....nice try......

Now again, for the challanged.....will we see indictments on Trump in the next 43 years?

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12 minutes ago, warbird said:

All or most of those were process violations....nice try......

Now again, for the challanged.....will we see indictments on Trump in the next 43 years?

be honest you dumb drunk fool - you can't fucking read and you don't care - this is just your dumb pathetic fat old ass trolling for shits and giggles to feel relevant.

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15 minutes ago, warbird said:

All or most of those were process violations.

What's that?

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1 minute ago, Mismoyled Jiblet. said:

be honest you dumb drunk fool - you can't fucking read and you don't care - this is just your dumb pathetic fat old ass trolling for shits and giggles to feel relevant.

Wow that's harsh. 

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4 minutes ago, saxdog said:

Wow that's harsh. 

The truth often is.

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59 minutes ago, warbird said:

All or most of those were process violations....nice try......

Now again, for the challanged.....will we see indictments on Trump in the next 43 years?

Yep, let's see...... do we want a National Security Advisor who is being paid by an enemy country? What is so bad about that?

Is that really even a crime?

- DSK

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47 minutes ago, MR.CLEAN said:

What's that?

It's what Tucker Carlson told him.

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1 hour ago, MR.CLEAN said:

What's that?

That's when you engage in a process that breaks the law but you are on the Right Team so it is no big deal to real law and order Patriots. 

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3 hours ago, warbird said:

All or most of those were process violations....nice try......

Now again, for the challanged.....will we see indictments on Trump in the next 43 years?

Yes, if the system is working.

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4 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

That's when you engage in a process that breaks the law but you are on the Right Team so it is no big deal to real law and order Patriots. 

I think we can all be grateful that these true patriots didn’t use email. And I don’t think any of them have been anywhere near the basement of a pizza parlor.

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4 hours ago, Olsonist said:

I think we can all be grateful that these true patriots didn’t use email. And I don’t think any of them have been anywhere near the basement of a pizza parlor.

Yanno.................. I had to think about this, but...... All the real pizza "parlors" I've ever been to were built on slabs. Usually near rivers, so that kinda takes the joy out of a basement.... A huge cement, or masonry tile, or brick slab, with a massive wall on the east side that had 3 fire boxes on the outside one of which was flued directly into the pizza oven and up a front chimney from there.... The other two fire boxes were just to keep the whole mass hot all around....

 fed in the old days by wooden fruit and vegetable crates, cord wood and coal, they now mostly use cord wood..... But the flavor of the wood smoke infiltrated the whole pie.... You can't make a pie like that in a gas or electric oven....

 You can make a good pizza in those, but it's not the same..... So.... Long story short, there ain't no basements in a real Pizza joint.

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9 minutes ago, Mrleft8 said:

Yanno.................. I had to think about this, but...... All the real pizza "parlors" I've ever been to were built on slabs. Usually near rivers, so that kinda takes the joy out of a basement.... A huge cement, or masonry tile, or brick slab, with a massive wall on the east side that had 3 fire boxes on the outside one of which was flued directly into the pizza oven and up a front chimney from there.... The other two fire boxes were just to keep the whole mass hot all around....

 fed in the old days by wooden fruit and vegetable crates, cord wood and coal, they now mostly use cord wood..... But the flavor of the wood smoke infiltrated the whole pie.... You can't make a pie like that in a gas or electric oven....

 You can make a good pizza in those, but it's not the same..... So.... Long story short, there ain't no basements in a real Pizza joint.

Upstairs however, is a discount crematorium.

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11 hours ago, warbird said:

All or most of those were process violations....nice try......

Now again, for the challanged.....will we see indictments on Trump in the next 43 years?

you do know that the investigator was not able to indict Trump, right?

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31 minutes ago, Raz'r said:
12 hours ago, warbird said:

Now again, for the challanged.....will we see indictments on Trump in the next 43 years?

you do know that the investigator was not able permitted to indict Trump, right?

Tweaked the wording for you. Mueller might have been "able" to indict Trump but his boss made clear that it would not be allowed.

- DSK
 

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On 8/21/2019 at 9:27 AM, Mismoyled Jiblet. said:

be honest you dumb drunk fool - you can't fucking read and you don't care - this is just your dumb pathetic fat old ass trolling for shits and giggles to feel relevant.

Maybe  you are the dumb pathetic fat old ass.....

The opening of this thread, OP, if you will...

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/10/us/politics/donald-trump-jr-russia-email-candidacy.html 

so many years and pages ago...... revolved arround collision indictments .....

But , go ahead and make your own pathetic TDS soaked reality...

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23 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

That's when you engage in a process that breaks the law but you are on the Right Team so it is no big deal to real law and order Patriots. 

Thats when the only law broken is in the interview room....

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13 minutes ago, warbird said:

Maybe  you are the dumb pathetic fat old ass.....

The opening of this thread, OP, if you will...

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/10/us/politics/donald-trump-jr-russia-email-candidacy.html 

so many years and pages ago...... revolved arround collision indictments .....

But , go ahead and make your own pathetic TDS soaked reality...

I was harsh, but fair.

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I have no doubt, at all that several, if not many more, people who "disappeared", went into pizza ovens in NY, NJ, and CT..... These guys are the nicest guys you ever met.... Swear to god.... But if cousin Vito says "Fire up the oven early, we gotta customer..." You know that oven was red hot at 4AM.

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1 hour ago, warbird said:

Thats when the only law broken is in the interview room....

Conspiracy Against the United States.  

https://www.justice.gov/file/1094156/download

 

Is it safe to say that you will henceforth shrug off any prosecution of folks in our government for obstruction of justice when they lie to investigators?  

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1 hour ago, warbird said:

Thats when the only law broken is in the interview room....

Actually, those were the charges that were prosecuted and to which he pled guilty. That traitorous Flynn plea bargained and testified in order to avoid the other charges and also to protect his piece of shit son. You might want to read his Statement of Offense to get a whiff.

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21 minutes ago, phillysailor said:

There are none so ignorant as those who refuse to learn

You've got to give it to warbird though.  He and guy are pretty much the only 2 right wing posters that haven't devolved into shitposting meme-holes.  At least he tries to talk about actual politics.

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2 hours ago, Grrr... said:

You've got to give it to warbird though.  He and guy are pretty much the only 2 right wing posters that haven't devolved into shitposting meme-holes.  At least he tries to talk about actual politics.

Too bad most of it is made-up shit from the RWNM and the other flies circling the Head Turd.

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4 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

Conspiracy Against the United States.  

https://www.justice.gov/file/1094156/download

 

Is it safe to say that you will henceforth shrug off any prosecution of folks in our government for obstruction of justice when they lie to investigators?  

Not in any way related to Trump or his campaign. Nothimg burger..

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4 hours ago, Olsonist said:

Actually, those were the charges that were prosecuted and to which he pled guilty. That traitorous Flynn plea bargained and testified in order to avoid the other charges and also to protect his piece of shit son. You might want to read his Statement of Offense to get a whiff.

Flynn's only transgression was lying to the FBI about his duties he was properly executing . Again, TDS is running strong here.

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9 minutes ago, warbird said:

Flynn's only transgression was lying to the FBI about his duties he was properly executing . Again, TDS is running strong here.

Yep. Warbird is trying rewrite history.

Flynn was getting paid to promote a foreign government’s interests while also taking part in our transition of power from one administration to another.

Flynn failed to report this lobbying activity, which is a criminal offense.

warbird forgot this because he places party above country in his rank order of loyalties.

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22 minutes ago, phillysailor said:

Yep. Warbird is trying rewrite history.

Flynn was getting paid to promote a foreign government’s interests while also taking part in our transition of power from one administration to another.

Flynn failed to report this lobbying activity, which is a criminal offense.

warbird forgot this because he places party above country in his rank order of loyalties.

Is the Boaton Globe story incorrect?

Pasted from Boston Globe 1 Dec 2017

"Flynn, who had advised Trump on national security during the campaign, was in his fourth day as national security adviser when the FBI interviewed him. The charges are contained in a criminal information, or charging document, released by the office of special counsel Robert Mueller.

■  The FBI is alleging that in a Dec. 29, 2016, conversation with Kislyak, Flynn asked Russia to refrain from “escalating the situation in response” to sanctions that then-President Obama had imposed that day on Russia for meddling in the US election. Prosecutors assert that the Russian ambassador subsequently told Flynn that Russia had chosen to “moderate its response” to those sanctions because of his request.

Flynn allegedly lied when he said he did not make the request — and lied when he said he did not recall the Russian ambassador’s response.

■  The FBI is alleging that Flynn asked Kislyak on Dec. 22, 2016, to “delay the vote on or defeat” a pending UN Security Council resolution and later received a response to his request.

Flynn allegedly lied when he said he did not make the request and lied when he denied getting a report back from Kislyak. The Security Council voted a day later to condemn Israeli settlements in the West Bank. The Obama administration took the unusual step of abstaining, rather than vetoing, the resolution by the 15-nation council. Trump and his team had spoken up on Israel’s behalf, and Trump almost immediately criticized the UN vote on Twitter"

 

 

Again, nothing burger,  Lobbying? There is no tie of misconduct to Flynn inregards to the OP.

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32 minutes ago, warbird said:

Flynn's only transgression was lying to the FBI about his duties he was properly executing . 

Flynn’s “only transgression” was breaking several criminal statutes, and then lying about it.

If you disagree, then I’m glad your opinion is worth nothing when selecting candidates for running our national security apparatus.

You would seemingly allow an admitted criminal to remain in charge our state secrets, placing the lives of our intelligence personnel and armed forces in jeopardy. 

Hope someone is paying you well, because you appear to be either an idiot or you hate America.

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7 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

Flynn didn’t allegedly do anything. He’s admitted it. He’s a convict. 

He lied to FBI about doing his legitimate duties. See the Globe story above. 

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6 minutes ago, phillysailor said:

Flynn’s “only transgression” was breaking several criminal statutes, and then lying about it.

 

He lied, what other statutes did he. break? It is not illegal for an incoming admin to tall to Foreign diplomats, is it? Can I talk to a diplomat? Can you?

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"Well, it's five o'clock somewhere..."

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11 minutes ago, warbird said:

He lied to FBI about doing his legitimate duties. See the Globe story above. 

Where’s the link?  Got anything from InfoWars on it?  

Have you read the Mueller report?

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1 minute ago, bhyde said:

"Well, it's five o'clock somewhere..."

5:02, Tulamore Dew

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@warbirdcontinually ignores that the Trump Campaign, as measured by convictions, was the most corrupt presidential campaign, ever. 

How will Trump out-do it this next time around?

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4 minutes ago, Raz'r said:

@warbirdcontinually ignores that the Trump Campaign, as measured by convictions, was the most corrupt presidential campaign, ever. 

How will Trump out-do it this next time around?

Again, most of those convictions are from process or prior actions...

OP, collusion ....

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The bigger concern is just how much Kool-Aid you are swilling, it's possible to OD on just about anything. 

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23 minutes ago, warbird said:

He lied, what other statutes did he. break? It is not illegal for an incoming admin to tall to Foreign diplomats, is it? Can I talk to a diplomat? Can you?

It is illegal for incoming admin to work for foreign gov'ts

One would think that an American who actually cared for his/her country would understand/agree that having a National Security Advisor who was actually working for an enemy country is a very bad idea.

- DSK

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Well, I heard Hannity mention that it was a process violation only.

And he said it a LOT.  

So process violation it is.

After all, he wouldn't KEEP repeating it if it weren't true, right?

I mean, he's on a major news network.  THOSE guys can't lie about stuff like that.

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1 hour ago, Steam Flyer said:

It is illegal for incoming admin to work for foreign gov'ts

One would think that an American who actually cared for his/her country would understand/agree that having a National Security Advisor who was actually working for an enemy country is a very bad idea.

- DSK

Discussing policy with a diplomat is NOT working for foreign  governments.  The alleged (by the MSM) working for Turkey was prior to the election cycle and not A. Germain to the election, B not collusion,  C not charged.

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17 minutes ago, Leeroy Jenkins said:

not not collusion?  hmmmm.

Your TDS shows in your inability to concentrate on the discussion and worry instead aboit, spelling,  double megatives and the facts of the charges.....more TDS:lol:

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It's not TDS to wish to communicate clearly with proper spelling, grammar and punctuation.

It's respect for your readers.

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28 minutes ago, justsomeguy! said:

It's not TDS to wish to communicate clearly with proper spelling, grammar and punctuation.

It's respect for your readers.

Respect for those who CHOOSE fiction over fact? Really? 

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9 minutes ago, warbird said:

Respect for those who CHOOSE fiction over fact? Really? 

Well, yes, just basic respect for others, even if they're delusional.

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3 minutes ago, justsomeguy! said:

No, just basic respect for others.

I dont have TDS. I dont respect those who do. They do it willfully. They do it with malice. They do it with assumed gravitas. They do it with an assumed "I am smarter and better than you" attitude.  If we were talking "Ford vs Chevy" you would agree they act like assholes.

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13 minutes ago, warbird said:

I dont respect those who do.

Then you lack the basic respect due to others and to yourself.

Hell, everybody's an asshole. Do your best.

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13 minutes ago, warbird said:

I dont have TDS. I dont respect those who do. They do it willfully. They do it with malice. They do it with assumed gravitas. They do it with an assumed "I am smarter and better than you" attitude.  If we were talking "Ford vs Chevy" you would agree they act like assholes.

TDS can also apply to Trump Defense Squad, of which you are surely a member.

That said, you seem to be off your usual game.  The continual spelling and grammatical errors are unusual.

Did you pick the wrong week to quit drinking?

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1 minute ago, justsomeguy! said:

Then you lack the basic respect due to others and to yourself.

No....... I disrespect those who CHOOSE to ignore facts.

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Just now, warbird said:

No....... I disrespect those who CHOOSE to ignore facts.

Don't be disrespectful. It's unseemly.

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8 minutes ago, justsomeguy! said:

Don't be disrespectful. It's unseemly.

I am way past worrying about truths being unseemly....

Try it, it is liberating...

 

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2 minutes ago, warbird said:

I am way past worrying about truths being unseemly....

Disrespect is what's unseemly.

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12 minutes ago, warbird said:

No....... I disrespect those who CHOOSE to ignore facts.

How do you explain your support for Trump then?

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5 minutes ago, bhyde said:

How do you explain your support for Trump then?

Trump is a pragmatist.  (HE IS MOST CERTAINLY NOT A CONSERVATIVE)

TRUMP  is the only President in a lifetime who has been willing to step way outside the box.  

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8 minutes ago, warbird said:

TRUMP  is the only President in a lifetime who has been willing to step way outside the box.  

And this is what got him elected. "Drain the swamp" type of outside the box.

How's that going?

Edit- your spelling has improved tenfold!

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Just now, warbird said:

Trump is a pragmatist.  (HE IS MOST CERTAINLY NOT A CONSERVATIVE)

TRUMP  is the only President in a lifetime who has been willing to step way outside the box.  

He is not a pragmatist. He is a narcissist. He is not acting in your best interest in any way, shape or form.

Stepping outside-the-box without a firm understanding of basic facts, is very much like stepping outside the boat without understanding the fact it's in water.

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28 minutes ago, justsomeguy! said:

And this is what got him elected. "Drain the swamp" type of outside the box.

How's that going?

Edit- your spelling has improved tenfold!

Tariffs WILL equalize trading in the long run...  and some WILL hurt subsidized US industries in the long run....  "That which  can't go on forever.....won't "...

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4 minutes ago, warbird said:

...subsidized US industries...

Yah, don't understand that stuff. Let's hope you're right about the rest.

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5 minutes ago, warbird said:

Tariffs WILL equalize trading in the long run...  and some WILL hurt subsidized US industries in the long run....  "That which  can't go on forever.....won't "...

 

1 minute ago, justsomeguy! said:

Yah, don't understand that stuff. Let's hope you're right.

When the level that US tax code subsidizes(?) Industry equals trading partner's industry subsidies to their industries we will be on equal footing. That may take years to sort out but it seems many countries were rather quick to re consider...

What does that tell you?

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4 minutes ago, warbird said:

What does that tell you?

We need a planetary government. Fuck cuntries.

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5 minutes ago, justsomeguy! said:

We need a planetary government. Fuck cuntries.

A rather juvenile response.. Are you a lefty?

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1 minute ago, warbird said:

A rather juvenile response.. Are you a lefty?

No, I'm an anarchist. Probably further right than yourself.

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