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  • GJ51's Avatar
    Today, 5:01 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Bypassing the legislature and imposing their will by short-cutting the process has been their tactic for several decades. Legislating from the bench and the executive branch federal agencies is the current strategy, which is why they keep losing ground in most elections.
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    Today, 4:37 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Actually, The President has stated that he spoke about adoptions with Putin. The reaction to this in the press and here is a clear indication that the agenda is to prevent The President from executing his duties as he sees fit. It's all nothing more than an attempt to delegitimize the election results and remove The President by means of an organized non-violent coup - at least non-violent to this point. I'm delighted that we finally have a President unbowed by the press and the armchair lawyers. It demonstrates that he will continue to exercise his authority as The President of The United States without prior approval from his critics, BRAVO! And of course the most delicious irony of all is remembering when HRC asked The President if he would accept the election results. Echoes of when he was asked about endorsing the winner of the primaries and all his opponents swore they would endorse the winner - until the results were in. Blatant hypocrisy
  • john willi's Avatar
    Today, 4:28 PM · 29 replies and 1247 views.
    If you go from the bubble, even 300ly out, find pristine reserves. The other day near Maia, 5-6 dropped in 15 mins for me.
  • GJ51's Avatar
    Today, 4:14 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Again We've already covered Treason in depth - you might want to review.
  • GJ51's Avatar
    Today, 4:08 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Been there, done that. You might want to catch up.
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    Today, 4:01 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Great "out of context" quote Frank You can do whatever you want with it, but I'm sure you wouldn't want my recommendation.
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    Today, 8:12 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    All well and good. You seem comfortable accusing someone of lying who misstates facts. I don't pretend that this didn't occur. I just don't automatically conclude that being incorrect is automatically evidence of conscious effort to evade or mislead. I just don't know. The fact remains that assuming the worst, it doesn't constitute a crime unless/until it occurs under oath or under interrogation by the FBI.
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    Today, 7:52 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    You still seem to suffer under some delusion that I either have or do condone lying. For the purposes of this discussion, I merely have pointed out the distinction of when it is and isn't a crime. Again, I will state clearly that I do not support, condone or defend lying. I also don't rush to make accusations when I do not know all the facts. People in politics as a career are very well versed in "To the best of my recollection, not that I can recall" statements that are not normally used by most people not familiar with the "gotcha" media and political "haha, we got ya" crowd. People not used to that sort of scrutiny may actually not recall a specific event or all the details of it after some time has passed and may naively make an erroneous declaration that at the time may not have constituted conscious lying. I don't know all the facts, and I don't know everyone's state of mind when things that were said may have been inaccurate.
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    Today, 7:35 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    A stretch by all analysis I've read so far. From the Washington Post - not exactly in the Trump camp. "Americans have the right to receive information even from speakers who are entirely abroad. See Lamont v. Postmaster General, 381 U.S. 301 (1965). Can Americans — whether political candidates or anyone else — really be barred from asking questions of foreigners, just because the answers might be especially important to voters?The Supreme Court did affirm (without opinion) a federal court decision in Bluman v. FEC, 800 F. Supp. 2d 281 (D.D.C. 2011), that upheld a ban on contributions and independent expenditures by non-citizen non-permanent-residents, on the theory that the government can use such a ban to limit foreign influence on American elections. But the panel decision expressly stressed that it was limited to the restriction on spending money. And it seems to me that restrictions on providing information to the campaigns — or on campaigns seeking such information — can’t be constitutional. Can...
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    Today, 7:21 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    You seem to be rather incapable of distinguishing lying in the generic sense and lying under oath, which is the only circumstance when it is a crime. "Johnny told Mommy Susie did it" is a lie, but it's not a crime. I generally refrain from calling anyone a liar unless/until I know all the facts first hand.
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    Today, 6:57 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    1. Do you have PROOF that Russian agents provided illegally acquired material? 2. Is there a crime in discussing adoption policy with a foreign leader? What if Trump discusses adoption policy with the Prime Minister of Canada? Is that a crime? If so, why? If not why would it not be a crime for Trump to discuss adoption policy with Canada, but it would be a crime to discuss it with Russia? News reporters obtain and publish illegally disseminated material almost every day. I assume you are advocating that they should be prosecuted? Please cite EVIDENCE and relevant criminal statutes. What evidence is there that Jr was told that the material was illegally obtained prior to the meeting?
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    Today, 5:19 AM · 38 replies and 923 views.
    Ditto Anything over 50% is a keeper. The highest I've seen reported is 57 I have several on the 50 - 55 range and one 5A that has 56% - that's my best out of several hundred rolls.
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    Today, 4:30 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    No, no We're the crazy ones! :D Not one single statute cited, nor any credible evidence of any crime committed, but we're just "blind" to the truth. Has there been some amateur political missteps by people never previously engaged in politics? Certainly. But that's all it's ever been. Trump is deemed politically incorrect by the DC elite and must be drummed out at all costs.
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    Today, 4:00 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    So is he... If Obama talked to someone it was diplomacy, but if Trump talks to the same person - it's Treason. Can't make it up... With NO evidence Of course then there's the small obstacle of actually understanding the definition of Treason as defined by the nagging thing - the law.
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    Today, 1:30 AM · 1972 replies and 43902 views. Nothing to see here, move along...
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    Today, 1:05 AM · 1 replies and 105 views.
    GJ51 replied to a thread bitcoin investment in Official Fiction
    At least you're in the right forum!
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    Yesterday, 10:31 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    So you have some evidence that the translator was NOT paid? The meeting at Trump Tower was ill-advised at best, politically. What is the evidence of what statute was violated? The only criminal statute for Collusion in US Code is a financial violation regarding market activities. There is no such thing as political collusion as a criminal statute. There is still no demonstrated quid pro quo that anything of value was exchanged between the attendees of the meeting. To the contrary, the only information we've seen in the public domain contends exactly the opposite. That is. the participants from the Trump camp dismissed the whole incident as bizzare and confused and not even remotely related to opposition research as claimed.
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    Yesterday, 10:12 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    I merely said that I think it's plausible. There are certainly some curious and obvious things that went on as soon as Trump got the nomination and immediately after the election that seem to beg the possibility. Of course, I don't expect anyone here or in the press to see the obvious. The only criminal activity we are certain of is all the leaking of classified information that no one seems to think should be investigated.
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    Yesterday, 10:07 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    So, he was under oath? I missed that somehow...
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    Yesterday, 9:56 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    LOL - you're killin me - my sides hurt. :D
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    Yesterday, 9:48 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Lefties never understand humor. That's what started all the non-sense in the first place. "Maybe the Russians can find her emails." From a one-liner to treason in the press. Funny stuff
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    Yesterday, 9:46 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Don Jr. has never been elected to anything and has never been a Federal employee. He has no more authority to decide any government policy than I do.
  • john willi's Avatar
    Yesterday, 9:41 PM · 54 replies and 1722 views.
    They continue to jibber on as I'm smashing them, I often wonder what the chat is like on the NPC forums.
  • GJ51's Avatar
    Yesterday, 8:58 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    You must be unaware that the US has had the capability to enable the POTUS to execute the duties of his office 24/7/365 regardless of his location. Been that way for many decades. That's one of the reasons that Trump is not allowed to use his own plane while in office. Getting elected POTUS doesn't mean you joined a monastery.
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    Yesterday, 8:50 PM · 1972 replies and 43902 views.
    Yeah - you can pretty much say that about the whole thing. No one can yet point to any evidence that a crime was committed. But that hasn't stopped all the wild speculation and hyperbole. Has it?
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    haha, when i read your post, bad luck brian instantly jumped in my mind.

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    NP. Things are so toxic lately that finding good posts to rep is a lot harder than it used to be

    Now I'm going to wait to see what "surprise Sunday 28th" will be *dammit, it's 8am in the UK already! WHERE'S THE SURPRISE?!?!?

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