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Bent Sailor

Super Anarchist
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Lake Macquarie
It must be so difficult for folks like Dog/Happylarkey/J28 to remain conversant in the talking points when President Trump keeps changing his story/explanation.

Though, I have no doubt they'll try.
It is why folks like TMSAIL called it quits so early on. For those with even a modicum of shame, constantly having to change where you stand is embarrassing. For Dog, HappylarkeyJack, and company - changing their position in order to follow their elected clown just means it's a day ending in 'y'.

 

Dog

Super Anarchist
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It is why folks like TMSAIL called it quits so early on. For those with even a modicum of shame, constantly having to change where you stand is embarrassing. For Dog, HappylarkeyJack, and company - changing their position in order to follow their elected clown just means it's a day ending in 'y'.
Please...Bus Driver accusing others of towing the line is funny.

 

Sean

Super Anarchist
15,399
2,550
Sag Harbor, NY
If the White House keeps leaking it might just sink -


White House leak to House Dems on Jared and Ivanka's clearances


https://www.axios.com/jared-kushner-ivanka-trump-security-clearance-leak-0a312b92-4a2d-4a70-a7fa-7fb7980d5305.html

Excerpt -

From a White House source, the House Oversight Committee has obtained documents related to Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump's security clearances that the Trump administration refused to provide, according to a senior Democratic aide involved in handling the documents.

Why it matters: The Trump administration's problems with leaks will now benefit Congress, making it harder for the White House to withhold information from Democratic investigators.

The news: The White House this week rejected the committee's request for documents on the process for granting security clearances to staffers. 

  • The twist: But the House Oversight Committee in early February had already obtained the leaked documents that detail the entire process, from the spring of 2017 to the spring of 2018, on how both Kushner and Trump were ultimately granted their security clearances.
 

Dog

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He lies all the time.  Even when telling the truth would be better.

You seem rather comfortable with it.  By that, I mean you sure as shit do not display the same outrage toward him as you do toward Democrats.
You don't seem to have a problem with advocacy you agree with.

 
A

Amati

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It's "toe the line".  As in, approach the line, but not cross it.

Or, do you understand the idiom to describe pulling an item with a cable?
The idiom escapes Dog?   <_<   

What might that mean?  :rolleyes:  

Gosh, a bad performance review?  

Sad!  And if so, disgraceful on the part of Dog’s management!  A 60% success ratio is great!  Many people are saying it!

A quick Google reveals much: (!)  for example,

https://grammarist.com/usage/toe-the-line/

 
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A guy in the Chesapeake

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"Locking up non-violent criminals is counter-productive" - isn't that what many of you have said?   

I don't really have an opinion on the appropriateness of Manafort's sentence - at his age and condition?  It's still likely a death sentence, and the restitution order was like $23Mill?  ( as if that'll ever happen).  How does it compare to the sentences handed down for similar convictions? 

If the jail/no-jail standard is the violent nature of the crime?  It's funny to see many of you disingenuous fucks want to crucify someone for political hate while excusing others who's crimes are "non-violent". 

Cue claims of some kind of "ism" in 3....2....1.....

 

Mrleft8

Super Anarchist
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Suwanee River
"Locking up non-violent criminals is counter-productive" - isn't that what many of you have said?   

I don't really have an opinion on the appropriateness of Manafort's sentence - at his age and condition?  It's still likely a death sentence, and the restitution order was like $23Mill?  ( as if that'll ever happen).  How does it compare to the sentences handed down for similar convictions? 

If the jail/no-jail standard is the violent nature of the crime?  It's funny to see many of you disingenuous fucks want to crucify someone for political hate while excusing others who's crimes are "non-violent". 

Cue claims of some kind of "ism" in 3....2....1.....
You'd get more than 47 months if you got busted with an ounce of weed around here...

 




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