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Old 02-28-2017, 08:42 AM   #31
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"Try to imagine the reaction of Republicans if the proverbial shoe were on the other foot--if Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, or some similar Democrat had been tainted with strong evidence of collaborating with the Russians to win the election. And if, following that, they refused to divulge their financial ties or their campaign’s contacts with the Russian state.* Imagine if their denials turned out time and time again to be outright lies. And then just try to imagine the Democrats in Congress deliberately refusing to investigate such accusations.

The Republicans would call it Treason. And they’d be right."

True dat.
The bolded part is of course true, however:

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What exactly is this "strong evidence" of collaborating with the Russians to win the election? This is a serious question. Lay it all out. Show me the money.
I can't. It looks like you got me good on that one!
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Old 02-28-2017, 09:19 AM   #32
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I can't. It looks like you got me good on that one!
No case = Case Closed! Nothing to see in this thread, except the content of leftists' pipe dreams.
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Old 02-28-2017, 11:10 AM   #33
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The Left has always collaborated with the Communists..
The Chinagate scandal comes to mind, anyone remember Chinagate.

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The 1996 United States campaign finance controversy was an alleged effort by the People's Republic of China to influence domestic American politics prior to and during the Clinton administration and also involved the fund-raising practices of the administration itself.
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The Chinagate scandal comes to mind, anyone remember Chinagate.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1996_U...ce_controversy
And there was even a worse scandal than Chinagate. Anyone remember Ted Kennedy? Yeah...the DEMOCRAT Ted Kennedy! A London Times reporter, not too long ago, unearthed a nice bit of very dirty laundry on Ted and how this mighty fine, upstanding, patriotic senator sent an aide to Moscow to secretly meet with high ranking Russian officials to try to cut a quid pro quo deal with a scheme on how the Russians could thwart Reagan's re-election bid in 1984 in exchange for Kennedy's counsel/help on how Russia could sell its nuclear disarmament goals to the American people over American airwaves. And remember: All this was at the height at the cold WAR with Russia -- when the U.S.S.R. was really perceived as a true enemy of the U.S. This is what makes this current Democrat-contrived fiasco with Russia all the more laughably absurd.
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Old 02-28-2017, 12:35 PM   #35
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The daily Kos

The daily Kos is an extreme left pile of garbage that will say anything to push their progressive left agenda,It cannot be used as a source of legitimate information.I find it interesting that the perceived Russian influence of our election is that they were the supposed source of the Wikileaks that exposed the corruption of the DNC and the E-mail debacle and corruption of Hillary Clinton.So your not mad that the candidate and the party you supported was shown to be corrupt,Your mad because it was exposed! Incredible!
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The daily Kos is an extreme left pile of garbage that will say anything to push their progressive left agenda,It cannot be used as a source of legitimate information.I find it interesting that the perceived Russian influence of our election is that they were the supposed source of the Wikileaks that exposed the corruption of the DNC and the E-mail debacle and corruption of Hillary Clinton.So your not mad that the candidate and the party you supported was shown to be corrupt,Your mad because it was exposed! Incredible!
Barn is just a good, obedient, slavish mind-numbed, robotic servant following his ex-Muslim-in-Chief's orders to not focus on the content of those emails. Far better to focus on the hackers.
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So, as of now, there is no strong evidence.
Blind justice suits you?

Or do you want to find out why Flynn bowed out abruptly?

The GOP cried forever about getting to the "bottom" of what happened in Benghazi. So far the GOP has no curiosity about Flynn and no curiosity as to why the father of a U.S. Navy SEAL killed in the Yemen raid wants an investigation into the reasons why Trump ordered the raid after one week in office.

Not sure you guys realize it but you can't sell the gift of 20/20 vision while driving with no lights on through a tunnel.
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Blind justice suits you?

Or do you want to find out why Flynn bowed out abruptly?

The GOP cried forever about getting to the "bottom" of what happened in Benghazi. So far the GOP has no curiosity about Flynn and no curiosity as to why the father of a U.S. Navy SEAL killed in the Yemen raid wants an investigation into the reasons why Trump ordered the raid after one week in office.

Not sure you guys realize it but you can't sell the gift of 20/20 vision while driving with no lights on through a tunnel.
Flynn bowed out? I thought he was invited to the door. If any one of us did something and then lied to the boss about it, you can be sure firing is an option on the table. Strong leaders use that tool. Others do not, and give second chances. Flynn lied, which as we know is often far worse than the actual deed. I say deed because talking to the Russians about anything was not a crime.
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Blind justice suits you?

Or do you want to find out why Flynn bowed out abruptly?

The GOP cried forever about getting to the "bottom" of what happened in Benghazi. So far the GOP has no curiosity about Flynn and no curiosity as to why the father of a U.S. Navy SEAL killed in the Yemen raid wants an investigation into the reasons why Trump ordered the raid after one week in office.

Not sure you guys realize it but you can't sell the gift of 20/20 vision while driving with no lights on through a tunnel.
Perhaps if you wish harder than ever for evidence, you'll find some. Think of it as you sitting on the crapper wishing (and pushing) with all your might to take a dump that would relieve you of your chronic constipation. If you manage to extricate something from your bowels, the evidence in the bowl proves your effort was successful. Methinks your toilet bowl will produce the evidence you so earnestly desire long before anyone finds real evidence of collusion between Trump campaign and those pesky Ruskies.
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The Republicans are still working on the treason involving Clinton, 0bama, and Kerry. Once they are done with that the will have a bunch of time for other stuff like Elijah Cummings using the IRS to harass tea party groups.
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Well, what about this? Fake news or real?

February 21, 2017

Intel Reports Confirm: Obama Sold US Secrets to N. Korea | The Underground Report

A shocking development Monday morning, as sources within the CIA and Department of Homeland Security say they now have conclusive evidence that former President, Barack Hussein Obama, sold US intelligence and military secrets to incumbent North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un.

CIA director, Mike Pompeo commented, “It’s an ongoing investigation and I’ll need to hold back further comment until an indictment is issued”.

When asked if an indictment is like at this point, Pomeo responded, “I don’t want to give too much information but we can say at this point multiple indictments are a virtual certainty”.

With Pompeo’s statements, although limited in content, one must assume that president Obama’s best days are likely behind him.


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Well, what about this? Fake news or real?

February 21, 2017

Intel Reports Confirm: Obama Sold US Secrets to N. Korea | The Underground Report

A shocking development Monday morning, as sources within the CIA and Department of Homeland Security say they now have conclusive evidence that former President, Barack Hussein Obama, sold US intelligence and military secrets to incumbent North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un.

CIA director, Mike Pompeo commented, “It’s an ongoing investigation and I’ll need to hold back further comment until an indictment is issued”.

When asked if an indictment is like at this point, Pomeo responded, “I don’t want to give too much information but we can say at this point multiple indictments are a virtual certainty”.

With Pompeo’s statements, although limited in content, one must assume that president Obama’s best days are likely behind him.


Wouldn't surprise me in the the least. Dems have long courted communists -- well, except when a communist nation is made the scapegoat for hacking an election the Dems lost.
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No case = Case Closed! Nothing to see in this thread, except the content of leftists' pipe dreams.
Exactly right.

Conversations between private citizens and Russians is not against the law.
Even if the Trump campaign team was in touch with the Russians every day there is no law against it.


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Like father, like son. Both are smokers. And that is just the very tip of the gigantic iceberg of commonality they shared.
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