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  1. Re: House Republicans Have a Secret List of Trump Scandals They’re Covering Up

    Geez. How much popcorn can I eat between now and the election.
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    Re: More racist posturing by President Trump

    Yeah, I remember the good ole days, when John McCain had the Republican nomination for president, and the folks on this forum were saying that he was a racist, and a bad pilot.
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    Re: Sanders’ new bill - great idea!

    Forklift drivers make good teachers.
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    Re: Trump getting desprate for a distraction?

    There’s some folks here who don’t know what he’s talking about, so they blame him. His numbers are low, it was hundreds of thousands, that Comey lied about.
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    Re: Things continue to unravel.....

    As you are so fond of saying, debunked, by none other than Muler, himself.
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    Re: Things continue to unravel.....

    You’re not gettin this from Sciutto, are you?
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    Re: Things continue to unravel.....

    Either you’re not paying attention or you get your information from less than stellar sites. Check the dates on those charges.
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    Re: Things continue to unravel.....

    So, now that we’ve decided there was no collusion, what ya wanna do? I mean, what ya wanna prosecute him for? I mean, we’ve got our insurance policy sitting there, drawing $3k a minute, we ought to...
  9. Re: Prediction: after the midterms, Trump fires Sessions and then Mueller

    Left too long in a parked car’ll do that.
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    Re: Sanders’ new bill - great idea!

    I’m the only one who commented on what the consequence of such a law would be. You, the Economist, might take this opportunity to explain why and how fast the two named companies, Amazon and...
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    Re: trump organization CFO gets immunity

    Old news. It seems the immunity was issued in April or early May. Most likely only directed at Cohen, if there was a Trump angle, Muler wouldn’t have passed it off.
  12. Re: I don't normally start politics-themed threads, but...

    Lanny set it up?
  13. Re: Two Scoops demands the Russian Bots be restored....

    Did John Brennan vote for the Communist Party candidate in 1976 because of Facebook or Tweeter?
  14. Re: My opinion: Trump will pardon Manafort, after the next trial

    I guess you just loved the Nixon administration. Obama made him look like a jaywalker.
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    Re: Sanders’ new bill - great idea!

    What a wonderful idea. Of course, it would revert the country right back to the ‘30s in no time.
  16. Re: My opinion: Trump will pardon Manafort, after the next trial

    By “close associates” you mean like hiliary Clinton, Susan Rice, John Brennan, James Clapper, James Comey, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, and Sally Yates? We’re workin on it.

    Added: I’ve said, the...
  17. Re: My opinion: Trump will pardon Manafort, after the next trial

    Are you going to pretend ignorance of the fact that the justice dept. had done just that, until the mint was cracked for Muler.
  18. Re: Prediction: after the midterms, Trump fires Sessions and then Mueller

    If he does have to replace Sessions, i’m thinking Coulter as a replacement.
  19. Re: My opinion: Trump will pardon Manafort, after the next trial

    You’re wrong some more. Had they been working for hiliary, they would have been immunized. I’ll put my respect for rule of law up against your respect for equal justice under the law, anytime. But...
  20. Re: My opinion: Trump will pardon Manafort, after the next trial

    How many times does it have to be said that if Manafort hadn’t worked for Trump, he wouldn’t have been prosecuted.

    How many times does it have to be said that if Cohen hadn’t worked for Trump, he...
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    Re: Secure Elections Act blocked

    Ian posted this yesterday. The bottom line is: there are 5 states that don’t have paper ballot backup of their voting machines. I’m not sure we need an act of Congress to fix that.
  22. Re: Prediction: after the midterms, Trump fires Sessions and then Mueller

    Corney?
  23. Re: Next Question: Congressional Russian Collusion?

    So, now that we’ve agreed there’s no ‘collusion’ between Trump and Russians, what ya want to do?
  24. Re: Prediction: after the midterms, Trump fires Sessions and then Mueller

    When they finally realize that Manafort was the high point of Muler’s work, they’ll turn on him, too.

    I hate it about Sessions, and have reservations about criticizing him because we still...
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    Re: Could it be racism?

    Lauren Green
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    Re: Does anyone remember this?

    In the early or mid 60’s the Pure Milk Co. took out the old one, and replaced it with a machine that would dispense either a carton of milk, or a carton of ice cream. There was also a dispenser at...
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    Re: Does anyone remember this?

    Yes, we had them in Tulsa. Mom said they were too expensive and we bought milk by the gallon. Still do.
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    Re: A Question for Centrist Democrats

    When is the right time to stifle the economy?
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    See? We agree. It’s not illegal for Trump to give these women, or anybody else, money.

    It came out during the #metoo thing that a congressional fund, appropriated with our tax dollars, had...
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    Yes, as pertains to the campaign finance pleading, I believe it is a misconduct on the part of the prosecutor. As I said, it is a very high bar to conclude this a violation, it is very complicated,...
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    Re: A Question for Centrist Democrats

    That’s as ridiculous as it is untrue. Lower taxes spur the economy, even the Nobel Laureate Barrack Obama said so. They can most definitely pay for themselves through increases in employment and...
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    Those are lofty ideals, and no doubt, you’ve heard them expressed as the prevailing commitment throughout the honorable profession of prosecution. And it should be as faithful as you are, but it’s...
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    Thank you.
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    Now you’ve got buzzers going off everywhere.
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    Reading comprehension. It’s illegal to not report it. If the fake, Russian dossier held any truth, the FBI wouldn’t be downplaying its existence in their investigation.
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    Let me give you a hint. When you hire a lawyer, do you expect that what he does for you will be legal?
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    I believe you, too, are mistaken on the laws pertaining to campaign finance. I will not accept Cohen’s lawyer’s opinion, nor his prosecutor. It is a matter that is very complicated and the FEC can...
  38. Re: Selective Outrage (Try to overlook the poor grammar )

    Yes, one and the same, permanently separated from her parents, by an illegal alien who worked for a CoC Republican.
  39. Re: "at the direction of a candidate for federal office "

    You are confused. Impeachment, law, constitution; these are terms you should familiarize yourself with.
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    Re: President Trump Confesses to a Federal Crime

    I suggest that before you pop that cork, you check price and availability of crow.
  41. Re: "at the direction of a candidate for federal office "

    Because there’s no crime, it’ll be seen for what it is: purely partisan overreach. An attempted coup.
  42. Re: Manafort guilty on 8 counts, mistrial on remaining 10

    You too?
  43. Re: Fox News is the most trusted national news channel - How come?

    Because Fox has the most professional journalists who report without injecting bias and opinion in their reports.
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    Re: Judge in Manafort case threatened

    Old news.
  45. Re: Manafort guilty on 8 counts, mistrial on remaining 10

    Everybody realizes that Manafort and Cohen’s biggest crime was working for Trump. Doesn’t Sharpton still owe taxes?
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    Re: A Question for Centrist Democrats

    Free stuff isn’t going to play that well in an economy where so many high school graduates are gainfully employed.
  47. Re: "at the direction of a candidate for federal office "

    The outhouse lawyers are at it again, I see. Cohen either got some very bad legal advice, or a very good deal, to plead guilty to a charge so worded. Lanny Davis, Clintons. Hmmm?
  48. Re: Manafort guilty on 8 counts, mistrial on remaining 10

    Unfortunately, the dimocrat celebration of a full day example of the double standards pertaining to the law, was drowned out by the news that another fine young girl was separated from her family,...
  49. Re: "at the direction of a candidate for federal office "

    He’s doing a big, beautiful rally in West Virginia, right now.
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    Re: Michael Cohen is close to a plea deal...

    I doubt it.
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