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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 09:55:41 PM »
I'm tired, not only of the blatant and open double standard, not just the obvious lies necessary to support the Left wing narrative, but the assumption that somehow the Ds may be bumblers but have everyone's best interests at heart, while the Rs are greedy, cruel, and evil.

Let's be clear.  Socialism and intrusive government are the evil to guard against - capitalism and individual self determinism is what has created the modern world of wealth, opportunity, and vastly improved standard of living for everyone that lives where it is practiced.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 09:55:21 PM »
... But how are you on Trump Jr admitting to wanting shit on Clinton from the Russians? You really are learning from Trump! Change the subject.  ;D

Well, when the spotlight of Russian contact briefly fell on Mrs Clinton, one of her toadies said ''so what, it's opposition researh and everyone does it''.

I don't see what the big deal is really, it seems less than ethial but there is no shortage of less than ethical conduct in DC and in eleection campaigns.  What does bother me is the Fake News Media and the Democrats constantly politizing and criminalizing everything anyone else does, while downplaying and ignoring the same thing when they are caught.

If it's ''opposition research'' when Mres Clinton is accused of it, but an impeachable crime when Trump does it, I'm going to say bullshit.  This isn't some banana republic yet, despite Obama's best efforts - we need one set of rules for everyone.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 08:55:59 PM »
... I'm sorry, you've lost me there...Which leak are you referring to? Faulty shower?...

No, but thanks for the quick confirmation

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 08:55:16 PM »
Erm, no they don't. But do continue...

Really?  Who besides the PM's ruling government is in charge of what we call the legislative and executive branches?

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Random Topics / Re: BELLGAB WILL BE CLOSING SOON!
« on: December 31, 2017, 08:52:35 PM »
We're all going for Jack-in-the-box Taco's after we sink this sadass boat! Half price if you vomit first!

It's your fault Pony Boy won't be joining us

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Random Topics / Re: BELLGAB WILL BE CLOSING SOON!
« on: December 31, 2017, 08:50:28 PM »
... ps...I know MV hates him... ;)

Not enough shitty drumming?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 08:23:18 PM »
... Oh please; Spare the checks and balances bs!...

... You know this because [Muller has nothing on Trump after a year of investigation]?...

Oh dear.  This is personally embarassing to me.

I've long since realized Pud is simply unable to comprehend separation of powers; the importance of it to our system; and the desire by Americans that great decisions be made within te general consensus separation requires - coming here in his later years from a country where a dictatorship is empowered by periodic elections. 

In a parlementary system, the prime minister appears only on the ballot in his own district, and may not even win a majority of votes there.  The PM has complete control over both the legislative and executive, with the only ''check'' being members of his own government withdrawing support and requiring new elections.  Trained to believe both our systems are ''the same'', i.e., ''democracies'', this major difference in our systems just doesn't translate.  Not really.

That's not the embarassing part.  It's embarassing that in my attempts to teach Pud - as a new arrival to our golden shores - I've failed completely in instructing him in the art of understanding and identifying the use of The Leak.  In DC, the leak is an effective tool for multiple purposes, as decided case-by-case by the leaker.  These are too numerous to list here.  When there are no leaks, that is often as significant as the leaks themselves.

That there have been no leaks from Muller and his team of any noteworthy crimes or ethical lapses by Trump, his campaign, his transition team, or his administration for nearly a year now is deafening to those paying attention.  That Pud believes there is explosive unleaked material - to be revealed at the proper time and place - stuns and saddens me.  His naivete is cute though, so there's that.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 06:04:58 PM »
If the investigation finishes and Trump comes out clean that's the end of it, as far as I'm concerned. That's the difference between us, because you'd go on believing what you liked whatever anybody said. You don't need an accusation, you get it the wrong way round. If you see smoke you check if there's a fire. The difference is Trump is obsessed with saying 'I didn't start it, it wasn't me, you made it up, I didn't do it, and anyway, even if I did it's not illegal'.

So you're fine with a special prosecutor being assigned to all incoming presidents.  Fair enough.

After a year, is there an accusation in there somewhere, let alone evidence of a crime?

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 06:02:26 PM »
Okay then Sherlock...How long did it take? An easy one...Start to finish, how long was the Iran Contra debacle...Or an even easier one (That one was just a dress, a cigar and an intern)...Clinton V Starr.

I think that was pointed out upthread earlier today.

So now that the lie about Watergate investigation taking so long was debunked, you want to switch to Iran-Contra.  Typical Lib.  I guess you're not going to eliminate whichever fake news outlet told you to compare the length to Watergate as an information source.  As predicted.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 05:59:53 PM »

Well, your assessment might have weight if it hadn't been for the fact that Trump's son in law, former NSA (Whose appointment was discouraged by Obama and the then DAG due to being compromised) and who knows who else committed perjury on their security clearance applications. Applications that are headed on every one of the 28 pages with the words:
https://www.uscis.gov/tools/glossary/declaration-under-penalty-perjury

Wax boy Jared didn't just do this once, or twice, he had to make in total three alterations after 'remembering' things he'd forgotten. The application is looked at and the applicant is taken through every syllable by a security agent to verify with the applicant that they're absolutely sure about what they sign off on, on every page. Jared, like his father in law, tried to deflect it by saying his 'assistant' had filled it in (Which would be idiotic as he has to sign it off as his own work)..

Flynn: Hmmm...Trump has tweeted he was fired/asked to resign because he lied to Pence and the FBI..Which suggests he knew he had lied but still kept him on as NSA until his supposed 'lie' to Pence, who with his doe eyes claimed he never knew Flynn had been hosted by Putin..or something.

Jr, lied about not meeting several Russians to get shit on Clinton (And the old man didn't know? Yeah right!). Trump on AF1 then got his pet bitch Hope Hicks to draft a note to say Jr had really been to see about adoptions.. Of course they did.

And you think Mueller should have had it wrapped up by now because you being the detective, expect it! Yeah?

Are you a retarded man?  This stuff is completely meaningless

Today I read something in the SF paper saying am ambassador from Australia said someone in the Trump campaign told him in May that the Russians had thousands of incriminating emails they'd hacked from Hilary Clinton.  The idea being her negligance, and Trumps knowledge of it, was somehow incriminating... to him.

If you have some knowledge of an actual crime worthy of an ongong investigation of a special prosecutor (an extra-Constitutional office created with the idea the Executive Branch shouldn't investigate itself), who has endless financial and staffing resources to investigate one man, and is highly motivated to find some crime / any crime to justify his operation - please tell us what that is.

Please note that.  A Special Prosecutor is a NON-Constitutional office operating outside the Executive Branch.  It makes people who believe in separation of powers uncomfortable because it can lead to abuses outside the normal checks and balances we have.  It should be used sparingly, if at all.  That some Democrat operative left over from the Obama regime took it upon himelf to appoint one when the AG recused himself is a travesty.

Given the above, someone incorrectly filling out forms, or even lying on them, doesn't measure up to something a Special Prosecutor should be involved in.  Perhaps it would be legit if a real crime had been covered up, but it hasn't.  Giving various answers as to why the special prosecutor's friend was fired - a firing that a president has every right to do for any reason at an time - doesn't measure up to something a Special Prosecutor should be involved in either.


Here is the question.  Please remember to focus on it when this topic comes up:  Did Donald Trump, or did Donald Trump not, collude with the Russians to win the election?  If so, was it something a little bit more than ''conducting background research'' - the term Hilary's friends used when the attention briefly focused on her contacts with the Russians, or encouraging them to make public detrimental information on Hilary Clinton?  Because neither of those are crimes.  I would argue the voters are entitled to that information regardless of the source and method it was obtained.  It's what Shreddi would call vetting, which is something the Democrat Fake Media doesn't do with their candidates.

I should note there isn't even any evidence Trump even did that.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 10:04:47 AM »
Watergate? The break in occurred in June 1972, seven men were indicted in September 1972, and they were tried and convicted in January 1973. The Senate Watergate Committee began in Feb. 1973 and began public hearings in May 1973.

Compare that to Muellerís investigation that has produced, in comparable time, only two convictions for lying to the FBI and the forced recusal of a number of FBI higher ups for apparent conflict of interest.

So going forward, will Pud ignore the Fake News source that flat out lied when they told him Watergate took ages to develope therefore we need to be patient with Muller's ''investigation''?

Not only is the answer ''no'', down the road he'll post the same thing again.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 05:42:09 AM »
Could it have only been as recently as a year ago when we were last told the only vetting required was done at the polls - and no, we had no business asking about the documents a person accumulates over a lifetime that most presidents release routinely.  No explanation necessary, although when pressed it turned out to ask was racist.

For the previous president we weren't even able to even view the documents establishing he was Constitutionally eligible to hold the position.  We were supposed to be content with the conflicting information and obvious forgeries that were put out.  But, you know, as long as the right side came out on top

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 05:37:03 AM »
Do presidents get vetted? As far as I know, if you are in line for a government job, you get your background scrutinised to make sure national security isn't compromised. If you are elected, though, it looks like all that gets waived. Most of this is of his own making (firing Comey, not being transparent, automatically denying everything etc) and if he had nothing to hide even someone fairly dim could make this a propaganda victory. But he uses every opportunity he can to show he's rattled.

None of this bothers you, though. Even though you don't like him, you still can't conceive that he could be rash/stupid enough to be compromised. Or, more likely, you don't care; as long as the right side comes out on top.

Is there an accusation in there somewhere, or just an attemp to justify a fishing expedition?  Are you sure it's me who doesn't mind, um, irregularity, as long as the right side comes out on top?

A year in and know one even knows what Trump is supposed to have done, and you think this - a special prosecutor - falls under the category of ''vetting''?  You want to go on record that every president not assigned a special prosecutor, with full authority to assume any vague acccusation from the opposition is true - the more unlikely the better - and spend well over a year looking into the background of every associate over their entire lives for some evidence of it, is not properly vetted?  It's certainly an interesting suggestion, I'll give you that.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 01:09:30 AM »
... We have Jr. High level Commies in this country.

Look at 'em.  A bunch of known liars tell them Trump is somehow unacceptable (in comparison to, say, Hilary Clinton and Berock Obama!), and off they go.

Not one person can tell us what Trump is even supposed to have done.  Doesn't matter, ''follow the money'' we are told.  What money?  Doesn't matter. 

Hey look, some intern on Trump's staff gave the ''ok'' hand sign in some group photo.  Hey, let's tell 'em that's proof the White House is in the clutches of Neo-Nazis.  That's the level these people are on.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 31, 2017, 01:03:56 AM »
Their followers are all idiots and pussies! Chop the head off the snake and they will become instant KKK members; they're fabric is of an identical fiber.

In the meantime, we get eight years of an intentionally destructive Berok Obama, 10s of millions of undesirable immigrants who will forever change the country for the worse, and a massive debt at all levels of government that will very likely ultimately destroy it.

Pretty good for a bunch of what you accurately describe as Jr High level Marxists

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 30, 2017, 09:50:10 PM »
Allow me to clarify; "opposition research" is not even a good manipulation. People see it for what it is. (A.K.A. challenging us on any level) They recoil from it. They may as well just come out and yell "AWWW YOU DON'T SAY THAT!" when they get their bullshit propositions shot-down. It's only a small cadre in this nation that is doing this shit. They fear PHYSICAL VIOLENCE above anything else. Usually that is not productive, but in their cases getting punched SQWA in the nose would solve the problem! We have Jr. High level Commies in this country.

Well, half the country either agrees with them, or are so stupid they fall for the BS and vote for their candidates.  You read this thread, see for yourself

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: December 30, 2017, 07:49:10 PM »
One prediction:

Heather Wade will still suck. And like The Snorge, will agree with callers and guests NO Matter what shite they spew. Buh Leave Me.

Art wanted us to know that the skill set required to host and run one's own board is different from talent appraisal, and that his friends don't feel they can be honest with him:


... I will say again that Heather is miles and miles better in the last Year and that is my Professional judgment, it is also the Judgment of many people I respect...

Art

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 30, 2017, 07:08:51 PM »
Of course we're alreay been told anything that turned up regarding Hilary Clinton would simply be ''opposition research''. 

You know, that manipulation of the language thing again, with the fake media eager to carry the narrative.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 30, 2017, 07:06:47 PM »
You remember Watergate? Follow the money.... You know how long Watergate took, start to finish?...

I'm not sure that's a great comparison.  For onething, a break in to spy on the opposition is within the realm of possibility;  for another, they are accusing Trump of something, and Nixon had nothing to do with Watergate - only the overup.  That there was no money involved in Watergate, or between Trump and the Russians would belie the ''follow the money'' theory - although it certanily has an air of sophistication around it, until one realizes there is no money to ''follow''

In fact Hilary, Bill, and the Clinton campaign had more - and more solid - monetary ties.  Following your advice it seems that would be an investigation of merit. 

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 30, 2017, 07:03:31 PM »
I don't know...

No one does.  The fake news media and D-rats - whose few skills include excellence at manipulating the language to deceive -  can't even think of a believeable lie.  So they just leave it at ''Russia''... ''collusion'', and hope it fools a certain amount of dupes for as long as possible.

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I hope he wears a special pair of black shorts if he shows up for the funeral. I can see him providing great comfort to the family afterwards, disappearing to ransack the house every 10 minutes (blaming it on a dodgy bladder) and spraying the relatives with sausage roll crumbs while telling them all about his ailments. He ought to bring Her Sweetness along. While she's being her usual horrifying self, he could be filling his pockets with eatables.

As interested as Pud is in Falkie, given his personal debt and the amount of free time he has, I'm a bit surprised we haven't heard his plans to pick Falkie up and drive him over.  I'm conerned he may be ill, but another explanation would be he's keeping it a secret until after the fact to not give anyone ideas about offering to help Falkie first. 

Surely there are a few things of value, or even a credit card or two up for grabs after Falks claims his prizes.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: December 30, 2017, 03:05:59 PM »
KNYE is dropping MITD. Are there any affiliates left?

Considering how good she must be by now, I wonder what scintillating programming they are replacing her with.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 30, 2017, 03:03:17 PM »
That doesn't explain why they keep it going after the election...

Yeah, baffling.

Why don't you tell us what it is you think Trump did, or even what it is exactly he's being accused of.  With, you know, specifics.  And what it is the Russians would have needed Trump to do.  Even the most easily led among us ought to be able to at least be able to tell us that after a year of fake news reports

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With Heather Wade
« on: December 30, 2017, 02:22:18 AM »
Not very stable are you?  Shopping for the best entitlements?

Oh man, that's funny.

You do realize without the grifters you are (rightly) disparaging, no one from your party of choice would get elected to anything in this country, right?

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Please be respectful. That's an inappropriate and offensive word...

How do you know he's not a rapper?

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Falkie needs a ride to San Francisco before the wife and those grifting sisters strip everything of value from that apartment.  He's no doubt worried sick about it.

I should think either Yorkshire Pud - who owes Falkie big and will forever be in his debt, or Pickle Rick - who has hundreds of donated dollars meant to benefit Falkie, or both, would have already offered to take him there and drive him back.  He's going to need a car and some helping hands to haul those old magazines home, and probably pay or them.

And who wouldn't want to see a video of the grieving family, as the doorbell is rung and they come to the door to meet a friend of the deceased.  Someone should cal ahead and see when refreshments will be served.

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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: December 29, 2017, 08:45:26 PM »
The Tonka was/is a fine aeroplane...

I used to have some of their trucks

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Politics / Re: The North Korea Thread
« on: December 29, 2017, 12:02:18 AM »
Spy satellites saw oil transfers, reports say

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-12-29/donald-trump-says-china-has-been-caught-trading-with-north-korea/9291400

Interesting to see the lengths they're going to get around the sanctions.

That's weird, I thought the Xi regime had little influence in North Korea, that NK was a distraction and had little to offer, and that the corrupt former Hu and Jiang regimes were the ones with the close ties to the Kims.

Wait, maybe Xi is completely unaware of these ship-to-ship oil transfers.  Do the Chinese military and government pay much attention to what goes on in the Yellow Sea off the coast of their capital?

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Are lamps with no shades or lightbulbs a new decorating trend?

It's an abstract called ''Kathy's Kans''

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four years following George's story it's the most nakedly greedy thing I've seen him do, eyeing this guy's belongings not two days after he's dead.

It's surprising even for Senda.

It is?

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