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Feb 9, 2019 14:25:36   #
Carol Kelly (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
Lol.... what would your life be like if you had no conspiracy to cling to???


The biggest crime is failing to give what they expect to be the right answer, so then you are a liar. You can go to jail (solitary confinement before and during ) your trial.and forever after.

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Feb 9, 2019 14:35:07   #
permafrost (a regular here)
 
padremike wrote:
If he was scared he wouldn't be poking him at every opportunity. What are you birds going to do if Mueller only produces fluff? Unquestionably you'll find some Excuse.....maybe Bush stopped it?



trump may very well escape.. a life time criminal, trained by his crime family...

It is very possable he used only verbal instructions and left no paper trail, then we would only have a he said, vs, he said and no satisfactory conviction..

So if we look at the actions of the two years,, we have about 3 dozen people who have plead guilty, been convicted, are serving time, or are so far only indicted..

Stress for a moment, you are known by the people you keep... your future action is predicted by your past actions... Now the orange albatross seems ready to be drawn and quartered for his intent alone..

His actions of making money from being president rather then serving the people call for that..

Rather then lending money to his election campaign, he should have financed it himself, now if he is alive in a few years, he will compliment himself on how smart he was to make money for himself from his own supporters..

His dropping of the world leadership role should in and of itself enrage all Americans who for decades, even generation been so proud of our position in the world.. now flushing down the drain with the used orange makeup case..



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Feb 9, 2019 14:39:18   #
permafrost (a regular here)
 
Carol Kelly wrote:
The biggest crime is failing to give what they expect to be the right answer, so then you are a liar. You can go to jail (solitary confinement before and during ) your trial.and forever after.




Now that he has made a mockery of the "honesty" in the GOP, maybe congress will have some brains and subpoena him and find out what he will not say on his own..



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Feb 9, 2019 14:55:03   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
Now that he has made a mockery of the "honesty" in the GOP, maybe congress will have some brains and subpoena him and find out what he will not say on his own..


There is no 'honesty' in either party. There ain't much 'honesty' in America anymore in my opinion.
Here's a test.
If Trump were playing for the blue team, would you support him? Yes, or no?

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Feb 9, 2019 15:17:28   #
Fit2BTied (a regular here)
 
archie bunker wrote:
There is no 'honesty' in either party. There ain't much 'honesty' in America anymore in my opinion.
Here's a test.
If Trump were playing for the blue team, would you support him? Yes, or no?
What I find hard to understand is permafrost said "trump may very well escape.. a life time criminal, trained by his crime family...". This, coming from someone who no doubt lauded the Clinton's and the Kennedy's. WTH?

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Feb 9, 2019 15:34:52   #
permafrost (a regular here)
 
archie bunker wrote:
There is no 'honesty' in either party. There ain't much 'honesty' in America anymore in my opinion.
Here's a test.
If Trump were playing for the blue team, would you support him? Yes, or no?




In total honesty... I would not support trump for anything on this earth..

I formed that opinion in the 1980s while reading about him while I was stuck on jury duty for a couple weeks..

I is one of the lowest humans on the face of this earth..

His only goal is to put money into his own pocket and he has no problem, in fact seems to prefer hurting others in order to gain for himself..

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Feb 9, 2019 15:39:41   #
permafrost (a regular here)
 
Fit2BTied wrote:
What I find hard to understand is permafrost said "trump may very well escape.. a life time criminal, trained by his crime family...". This, coming from someone who no doubt lauded the Clinton's and the Kennedy's. WTH?




You think for a second that the Clintons and/or the Kennedys have matched the crimes of trump???

what a dream you live..

Kennedy, Joe, ran booze to make the money for a surge to wealth..

trump family ran a whore house, defrauded our government and put other people in the poor house to steal every dollar they could grasp..

Clinton??? What, they got overpaid for speeches... well that must hurt you a lot..



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Feb 9, 2019 15:59:43   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
You think for a second that the Clintons and/or the Kennedys have matched the crimes of trump???

what a dream you live..

Kennedy, Joe, ran booze to make the money for a surge to wealth..

trump family ran a whore house, defrauded our government and put other people in the poor house to steal every dollar they could grasp..

Clinton??? What, they got overpaid for speeches... well that must hurt you a lot..


Willful blindness...........

Me, I've ALWAYS despised Donald Trump, but I like his policy ideas for this country. Sometimes, it takes a prick to get the job done, and it's obvious that we don't want the same job done. I want more freedom, and you want more government.
I want the southern border locked down, and you don't really care about it.
I could go on, and on about what we disagree on, but I won't because it would be fruitless, and I don't want to argue with you.
I think you're a pretty good guy; you just talk funny, and have strange ideas aboot things. eh?

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Feb 9, 2019 16:31:38   #
Fit2BTied (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
Clinton??? What, they got overpaid for speeches... well that must hurt you a lot..
I agree with Archie. I don't hate you, and I would fight for your right to your opinion...BUT!!! All you can think of is the Clinton's got overpaid for speeches? If you aren't willing to consider anything else regarding the "Clinton Crime Family", then Archie's right again - it's no use...

I do like most of your meme's, because I love a good sarcastic meme, and unlike some folks, I'm able to laugh when someone or something I support is lampooned intelligently (that last word being key).

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Feb 9, 2019 16:54:01   #
Charlie41
 
Yes or No answers perfect for establishing kind of propaganda; i.e. Have you stopped beating your wife?
Whitaker did a fine job of avoiding these tactics.

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Feb 9, 2019 17:00:38   #
Noraa (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
trump may very well escape.. a life time criminal, trained by his crime family...

It is very possable he used only verbal instructions and left no paper trail, then we would only have a he said, vs, he said and no satisfactory conviction..

So if we look at the actions of the two years,, we have about 3 dozen people who have plead guilty, been convicted, are serving time, or are so far only indicted..

Stress for a moment, you are known by the people you keep... your future action is predicted by your past actions... Now the orange albatross seems ready to be drawn and quartered for his intent alone..

His actions of making money from being president rather then serving the people call for that..

Rather then lending money to his election campaign, he should have financed it himself, now if he is alive in a few years, he will compliment himself on how smart he was to make money for himself from his own supporters..

His dropping of the world leadership role should in and of itself enrage all Americans who for decades, even generation been so proud of our position in the world.. now flushing down the drain with the used orange makeup case..
trump may very well escape.. a life time criminal,... (show quote)


All lies!!

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Feb 9, 2019 17:01:16   #
Noraa (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
You think for a second that the Clintons and/or the Kennedys have matched the crimes of trump???

what a dream you live..

Kennedy, Joe, ran booze to make the money for a surge to wealth..

trump family ran a whore house, defrauded our government and put other people in the poor house to steal every dollar they could grasp..

Clinton??? What, they got overpaid for speeches... well that must hurt you a lot..


ROTFLMAO!!

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Feb 9, 2019 17:02:30   #
padremike (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
In total honesty... I would not support trump for anything on this earth..

I formed that opinion in the 1980s while reading about him while I was stuck on jury duty for a couple weeks..

I is one of the lowest humans on the face of this earth..

His only goal is to put money into his own pocket and he has no problem, in fact seems to prefer hurting others in order to gain for himself..


You formed an opinion about him based on what someone else wrote. That was certainly objective and clear thinking of you. Of course from that point on anything negative supported your "opinion." MSNBC and CNN cemented your forever opinion. I wonder why those who really know him say he's a very sincere, genuine and warm person?

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Feb 9, 2019 17:33:04   #
jimpack123 (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
HA HA HA,,<< STUCK in the world of make believe... are you having fun yet? court rooms ahead, will the color them orange??

There's only one particularly prominent investigation going on in the US right now, and it's one that Trump is right in the middle of. Sadly for him, it can't really be considered partisan: traditionally, an investigation with a Republican administration involved would be run by a Democrat. Instead, a Republican President appointed a Republican AG, who in turn appointed an Assistant AG who thereby empowered a Republican Special Investigator to look into the possibility of foreign interference in a Presidential election, and to follow any leads, direct or otherwise, that might stem from that investigation.

Partisan? No: what we have now is a Republican President as a subject of a Republican-led investigation.

Bear in mind that this is the same man who (still) often leads his supporters in chants of "Lock her up!" at his political rallies, and who has often used suggestion of criminal misconduct by those who disagree with him as a means of slander. He has attacked President Obama, Hilary Clinton, even James Comey, all suggesting that they have engaged in high levels of criminal activity, yet without providing any evidence of this that would trigger the DOJ to act on it. For someone who is apparently against 'partisan investigations', he sure seems quick to point the finger - particularly for a man who has many close allies and colleagues currently under indictment, and for a man who has even been implicated in several criminal activities himself. Funny, that.

Trump is well aware that his actions both before and during his time as President have not been particularly above-board. He also knows that the priority of the Democrats in the House is now to reassert the oversight prerogatives that the Republicans have largely been ignoring (in their complicity of Trump's actions) over the past two years. If any President had done half of what Trump has done, you could guarantee that hearings and impeachments would have been the result - hell, look at what was done to Bill Clinton. The restoration of the Democrats to congressional authority was largely on the basis of trying to regulate the President's overreach of authority, and ensure that he is held responsible for his actions - and the Democrats would be failing in their duty to the electorate not to follow through.
HA HA HA,,<< STUCK in the world of make bel... (show quote)


AMEN

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Feb 9, 2019 17:57:31   #
permafrost (a regular here)
 
archie bunker wrote:
Willful blindness...........

Me, I've ALWAYS despised Donald Trump, but I like his policy ideas for this country. Sometimes, it takes a prick to get the job done, and it's obvious that we don't want the same job done. I want more freedom, and you want more government.
I want the southern border locked down, and you don't really care about it.
I could go on, and on about what we disagree on, but I won't because it would be fruitless, and I don't want to argue with you.
I think you're a pretty good guy; you just talk funny, and have strange ideas aboot things. eh?
Willful blindness........... br br Me, I've ALWAY... (show quote)




LOL.... kinda strange archie,, I think we both want pretty much the same things but approch the problem very differently..

Govt... Do do not necessarily want more govt.. but do put much more trust in a govt to run the nation and how it effects myself then I ever will trust and corporation.. A biz sees only the bottom line and most seem to be willing to overrun anyone and anything to improve that line.. no domestic policy at all..

the Govt, while I often rant about it does have the general welfare as part of the responsibility.. by law..
However futile it can seem at times, we do have the power of the vote with these people and in theory at least we can remove them if we feel they are not doing the job..

I think you are right that if I lived in a border state, i would have a different opinion on the border..
as it is, I am for a secure border.. but I think a wall as described by trump at election time is a huge waist of money and is very ineffective.. we can fine tunnels under it any day of the week..

then I could get on the effect on wildlife also, but few care..

Yes, maybe we both talk funny by the others perception.. LOL..

Have a good evening..

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