Trump elevates simmering Mueller, McCabe grievances to boil


Curious Cdn
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#61
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

The latest is tax-evasion and the Foundation using the .org label to try and cheat the World Bank. Good luck.

That ought to detract Fox News away from the treasonous authoritarian that can't seem to get no authority.
 
White_Unifier
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#62
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Oh, well. Dum-de-dum-de-dum
The POTUS is a criminal. That is really important.

For a person to be a criminal, he has to have the mental capacity to understand what a crime is. I'm not sure the POTUS possesses that degree of mental clarity.
 
MHz
#63
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

That ought to detract Fox News away from the treasonous authoritarian that can't seem to get no authority.

It isn't like the Govt shut down the whole Mafia when jailing a few tax cheats.

You ever watch the series 'McMafia'. It might surprise you just how that works.
 
Walter
#64
Two years of more scrutiny than Ness gave Capone and still nothing.
 
MHz
#65
Quote: Originally Posted by White_Unifier View Post

For a person to be a criminal, he has to have the mental capacity to understand what a crime is. I'm not sure the POTUS possesses that degree of mental clarity.

He was smart enough to get a wife with brains and good looks, construct the gallows, the trial won't take long.
 
MHz
#66
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Two years of more scrutiny than Ness gave Capone and still nothing.

Walnut, why would they 'find anything' as long as he is still useful to them?? It's when his value that is at your level when they they will just frame him if they have to.
 
Curious Cdn
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Two years of more scrutiny than Ness gave Capone and still nothing.

Rather bigger stakes, don't you think?

Scarface didn't have nukes.
 
MHz
#68
Apparently the US doesn't either or they wouldn't need a whole bunch of new ones. If the tractor can get them to the destination what good are any of them?? The move is to vaporized gas bombs as they are the biggest bang for the buck. The Cold War was giving money to the banks while never firing a single shot. $5T, I doubt the next one will be any cheaper.
 
Curious Cdn
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#69
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Apparently the US doesn't either or they wouldn't need a whole bunch of new ones. If the tractor can get them to the destination what good are any of them?? The move is to vaporized gas bombs as they are the biggest bang for the buck. The Cold War was giving money to the banks while never firing a single shot. $5T, I doubt the next one will be any cheaper.

It might be part of some "art of the deal" bullshyte to threaten a nuclear arms race. More likely, he's being leaned on by jerkwater Republicans from the Tennessee Valley, Texas, Arkansas ... places like that where Nukes-R-Us factories are located. Those jobs all went to Asian places like North Korea, don't you know.
 
White_Unifier
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#70
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

It might be part of some "art of the deal" bullshyte to threaten a nuclear arms race. More likely, he's being leaned on by jerkwater Republicans from the Tennessee Valley, Texas, Arkansas ... places like that where Nukes-R-Us factories are located. Those jobs all went to Asian places like North Korea, don't you know.

And how close is the Credit Card of the Republic to being maxed out to pay for all of this?
 
Curious Cdn
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#71
Quote: Originally Posted by White_Unifier View Post

And how close is the Credit Card of the Republic to being maxed out to pay for all of this?

It was maxed out a couple of decades back when America went to war in two places on the other side of the earth, simultaneously, a thousand plus miles apart and all re-supplied by continuous airlift conveyor belts. It ran up trillions of $$ of debt (and the Hillbillies blame it on the Democrats that inherited the mess).
 
White_Unifier
#72
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

It was maxed out a couple of decades back when America went to war in two places on the other side of the earth, simultaneously, a thousand plus miles apart and all re-supplied by continuous airlift conveyor belts. It ran up trillions of $$ of debt (and the Hillbillies blame it on the Democrats that inherited the mess).

No, no, that's not what I meant. It seems that lenders are still lending to the US even after that. When will lenders finally put a cap on the Credit Card of the Republic?
 
Walter
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#73
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Rather bigger stakes, don't you think?

Scarface didn't have nukes.

Still, no evidence of anything against Trump.
 
Danbones
#74
The left love trump so much that they are actually covering up all the facts they claim to have which prove he colluded with Russians.

This is why nothing has been proved so far.

Who would have guessed? Damned clever of them if you ask me.
 
Walter
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#75
Malevolent McCabe’s appointment with justice is imminent
https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/greg...ce-is-imminent

Here's hoping.
 
Hoid
#76
One more Republican indictment
 
Danbones
#77
Funny how you russians think you are safe now...

Damned clever...but not clever enough!
 

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