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    Continue to serve as the nation's top law enforcement official?

    Jeff Sessions is a piece of ****. And an idiot to boot for ever allowing himself to become one of Trump's tools. . .

    So an idiotic piece of ****. Any disagreement? mdh? peb? genglandoh?
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    Default Re: should someone with such a consistently feeble memory. . .

    And the alternative ... is that he contests the Alabama Senate seat?
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    Default Re: should someone with such a consistently feeble memory. . .

    but... but.... but he's my new favorite Kate McKinnon character!
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    "too Alabama. . ."

    rofl
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    Default Re: should someone with such a consistently feeble memory. . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Figment View Post
    but... but.... but he's my new favorite Kate McKinnon character!
    SHE doesnít need anyone to lampoon to be hilarious.

    I really enjoy her work.

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    He doesn't have enough self respect to resign after the insults he's had flung at him.
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    "My generation will not allow this to continue!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by John of Phoenix View Post
    He doesn't have enough self respect to resign after the insults he's had flung at him.

    Sessions? hahahhahahhahahahahahhahahahahahhahahha!

    He'll probably be appointed to his old Senate seat if he gets kicked from the AG spot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    Continue to serve as the nation's top law enforcement official?

    Jeff Sessions is a piece of ****. And an idiot to boot for ever allowing himself to become one of Trump's tools. . .

    So an idiotic piece of ****. Any disagreement? mdh? peb? genglandoh?
    I think, Pless, it's going to take another 6 months or so, before our respected conservative members here can overcome their cognitive dissonance. Denial, which is NOT a river in Egypt, may take a while to crumble.
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    I should like to point out there is a difference between being in denial and being delusional.
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    Default Re: should someone with such a consistently feeble memory. . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    I should like to point out there is a difference between being in denial and being delusional.
    Either one seems to apply, I think.
    "Reason and facts are sacrificed to opinion and myth. Demonstrable falsehoods are circulated and recycled as fact. Narrow minded opinion refuses to be subjected to thought and analysis. Too many now subject events to a prefabricated set of interpretations, usually provided by a biased media source. The myth is more comfortable than the often difficult search for truth."







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    WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—An Alabama man whose brain was ravaged by severe amnesia is somehow able to function in an extremely demanding legal job, leading neurologists reported on Tuesday.
    The man, whom neurologists are calling a “medical mystery,” has performed highly exacting tasks in one of the country’s top legal positions despite having virtually no short- or long-term memory.
    Dr. Davis Logsdon, the chairman of the neurology department at the University of Minnesota Medical School, said that the Alabaman’s brain “defies explanation.”
    “In all the medical literature, we have never seen an example of someone capable of holding down such a high-powered job while having no memory whatsoever of people he met, things he said, places he has been, or thoughts he has had,” Logsdon said. “It’s the stuff of science fiction."
    Logsdon said that his team of neurologists was studying video of the man in the hopes of understanding the paradoxical functioning of his brain, but Logsdon acknowledged that such a task was challenging. “After listening to him talk for hours, your own brain starts to hurt,” he said.

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    Default Re: should someone with such a consistently feeble memory. . .

    Shocking.

    We should be grateful that Paul was breast fed until 13 growing up in Alabama. This prevented all kinds of brain damage due to tainted environmental exposures that seem to be rampant in that state. Laps in memory, pedophilia, and inability to make sound ethical judgements are seemly common place and quite worrisome considering their state's rejection of universal medical insurance.
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    Forsooth
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    Default Re: should someone with such a consistently feeble memory. . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Hoppe View Post
    Shocking.

    We should be grateful that Paul was breast fed until 13 growing up in Alabama...
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    Forsooth
    Forsooth indeed. Left off at 13? That's about the age some guys get all earnest about resuming the practice.
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    U.S. attorney general could plausibly seek Senate seat in Alabama race -lawmaker

    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a plausible write-in candidate for next month's Alabama Senate race, Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday.
    "He fits the mold of somebody who might be able to pull off a write-in," said McConnell, who repeated his call that Republican candidate Roy Moore withdraw from the Alabama contest following allegations of sexual misconduct.
    McConnell said he did not know if Sessions would be the candidate. "That obviously would be a big move for him and for the president," said McConnell, who was speaking at a forum on the economy. (Reporting by Jason Lange Editing by Jonathan Oatis)

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politi...t5R&ocid=ientp

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    If sessions takes back his senate seat, I have the perfect Attorney General nominee.

    Right in line with the quality of red judges we're seeing lately.

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    John,

    Is that bird-brained?
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    In a manner of speaking, yes. That's Sam, the American Bald Eagle from the Muppets and a truer patriot will not be found.

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    Default Re: should someone with such a consistently feeble memory. . .

    One of our gambling multi-milionaires main reply during an enquiry into the Casino's practices was "I don't remember".

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    Sessions is SUCH a joke that I have no further need to comment, except to note that by the evident vacuum inside his skull, it is surprising it has not imploded yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerarddm View Post
    Sessions is SUCH a joke that I have no further need to comment, except to note that by the evident vacuum inside his skull, it is surprising it has not imploded yet.
    come on admit it, you have fun mimicking the dork's (dolt's) whiney lying voice though?
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    Sessions: I Can Remember Only the Parts of 2016 That Exonerate Me

    http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer...ve-memory.html

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    Aah don recaahhl makin' sport laahhk that, Mistuh Pleaass. It's remaahhkable that you'all would say such a thayingg. Truly.
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    Either he honestly did not remember any such suggestions of communicating with Russia, or he's lying through his teeth. In either case, he has no business being the A.G. OR a U.S. Senator. He needs to go back home and feed the hogs.
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