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10 months ago  ::  Dec 12, 2017 - 11:36PM #31
yankoldfan
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Dec 12, 2017 -- 5:53PM, NW wrote:


Mueller investigation wrapping up... and at what cost.



www.latimes.com/politics/washington/la-n...




The R. are wishing for that, but it ain't over yet by a long shot...

10 months ago  ::  Dec 13, 2017 - 8:51AM #32
prof. quiz
Posts: 6,194

Dec 12, 2017 -- 5:53PM, NW wrote:


Mueller investigation wrapping up... and at what cost.




Last figure I read was 6.7 million in tax $ for Meuller and about 3.5 million for the DOJ. Starr wasted about 6.2 million $ on the cigar afficianado for a non-crime that did not effect out country in any way. Around another 75 million was wasted by the RNC for independant counsels to impeach Clinton.


Your on the wrong train. And it is derailing right in DC.




10 months ago  ::  Dec 13, 2017 - 9:27AM #33
ArtVandelay
Posts: 31,096

Dec 13, 2017 -- 8:51AM, prof. quiz wrote:


Dec 12, 2017 -- 5:53PM, NW wrote:


Mueller investigation wrapping up... and at what cost.




Last figure I read was 6.7 million in tax $ for Meuller and about 3.5 million for the DOJ. Starr wasted about 6.2 million $ on the cigar afficianado for a non-crime that did not effect out country in any way. Around another 75 million was wasted by the RNC for independant counsels to impeach Clinton.


Your on the wrong train. And it is derailing right in DC.







he exposed Clinton as a rapist and predator...  but the left chose to ignore it...  at least the right rejects predators like they did with Moore - too bad they stayed home, they could have showed up to the polls and wrote in a candidate so the abortionist wouldn't have gotten elected...  shame on the left!

10 months ago  ::  Dec 13, 2017 - 10:45AM #34
yankoldfan
Posts: 4,471

Dec 13, 2017 -- 9:27AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Dec 13, 2017 -- 8:51AM, prof. quiz wrote:


Dec 12, 2017 -- 5:53PM, NW wrote:


Mueller investigation wrapping up... and at what cost.




Last figure I read was 6.7 million in tax $ for Meuller and about 3.5 million for the DOJ. Starr wasted about 6.2 million $ on the cigar afficianado for a non-crime that did not effect out country in any way. Around another 75 million was wasted by the RNC for independant counsels to impeach Clinton.


Your on the wrong train. And it is derailing right in DC.







he exposed Clinton as a rapist and predator...  but the left chose to ignore it...  at least the right rejects predators like they did with Moore - too bad they stayed home, they could have showed up to the polls and wrote in a candidate so the abortionist wouldn't have gotten elected...  shame on the left!




You need to get a new line art, you're starting to sound like a broken record...

10 months ago  ::  Dec 13, 2017 - 11:38AM #35
ArtVandelay
Posts: 31,096

Dec 13, 2017 -- 10:45AM, yankoldfan wrote:


Dec 13, 2017 -- 9:27AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Dec 13, 2017 -- 8:51AM, prof. quiz wrote:


Dec 12, 2017 -- 5:53PM, NW wrote:


Mueller investigation wrapping up... and at what cost.




Last figure I read was 6.7 million in tax $ for Meuller and about 3.5 million for the DOJ. Starr wasted about 6.2 million $ on the cigar afficianado for a non-crime that did not effect out country in any way. Around another 75 million was wasted by the RNC for independant counsels to impeach Clinton.


Your on the wrong train. And it is derailing right in DC.







he exposed Clinton as a rapist and predator...  but the left chose to ignore it...  at least the right rejects predators like they did with Moore - too bad they stayed home, they could have showed up to the polls and wrote in a candidate so the abortionist wouldn't have gotten elected...  shame on the left!




You need to get a new line art, you're starting to sound like a broken record...




shame on you!  still waiting on my apology!

10 months ago  ::  Dec 13, 2017 - 9:26PM #36
NW
Posts: 13,039

Dec 12, 2017 -- 11:36PM, yankoldfan wrote:


Dec 12, 2017 -- 5:53PM, NW wrote:


Mueller investigation wrapping up... and at what cost.



www.latimes.com/politics/washington/la-n...




The R. are wishing for that, but it ain't over yet by a long shot...




Then why did the Deputy AG today say that he didn't envision any further charges coming from the special prosecutor?

10 months ago  ::  Dec 14, 2017 - 7:13AM #37
yankoldfan
Posts: 4,471

Dec 13, 2017 -- 9:26PM, NW wrote:


Dec 12, 2017 -- 11:36PM, yankoldfan wrote:


Dec 12, 2017 -- 5:53PM, NW wrote:


Mueller investigation wrapping up... and at what cost.



www.latimes.com/politics/washington/la-n...




The R. are wishing for that, but it ain't over yet by a long shot...




Then why did the Deputy AG today say that he didn't envision any further charges coming from the special prosecutor?




Again you only listened to what you wanted to hear... If you believe that, I have a bridge to sell you...

10 months ago  ::  Dec 14, 2017 - 9:16AM #38
prof. quiz
Posts: 6,194

Dec 13, 2017 -- 9:27AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


he exposed Clinton as a rapist and predator...  but the left chose to ignore it...  at least the right rejects predators like they did with Moore - too bad they stayed home, they could have showed up to the polls and wrote in a candidate so the abortionist wouldn't have gotten elected...  shame on the left!



The right has not rejected predators as they almost won in AL. 22,000 R's did write in a candiadate and a few stayed home.


The right also voted for Trumpet with their eyes wide open. His own words are on tape yet you still refuse to hear. His infidelity and children with 3 mothers shows me all I need to know about the immoral adulterer who grabs felines with impunity. He is caught on tape and the wholesome, family values party is too busy makling lame excuses and chokin' on sumpthin' to admit the truth.


16 women have come forth and accused Trump of various forms of sexual harrassment but you and other R's do your best ostrich impersonations and refuse to believe reality.




10 months ago  ::  Dec 14, 2017 - 9:57AM #39
yank0428
Posts: 15,218

Dec 14, 2017 -- 9:16AM, prof. quiz wrote:


Dec 13, 2017 -- 9:27AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


he exposed Clinton as a rapist and predator...  but the left chose to ignore it...  at least the right rejects predators like they did with Moore - too bad they stayed home, they could have showed up to the polls and wrote in a candidate so the abortionist wouldn't have gotten elected...  shame on the left!



The right has not rejected predators as they almost won in AL. 22,000 R's did write in a candiadate and a few stayed home.


The right also voted for Trumpet with their eyes wide open. His own words are on tape yet you still refuse to hear. His infidelity and children with 3 mothers shows me all I need to know about the immoral adulterer who grabs felines with impunity. He is caught on tape and the wholesome, family values party is too busy makling lame excuses and chokin' on sumpthin' to admit the truth.


16 women have come forth and accused Trump of various forms of sexual harrassment but you and other R's do your best ostrich impersonations and refuse to believe reality.







Curious and hope your honest and old enough to answer this. Did you vote for Bill Clinton?

10 months ago  ::  Dec 14, 2017 - 10:47AM #40
prof. quiz
Posts: 6,194

Dec 14, 2017 -- 9:57AM, yank0428 wrote:


Curious and hope your honest and old enough to answer this. Did you vote for Bill Clinton?




The 1st time I voted for Perot, 2nd time Clinton. I usually vote 3rd party like Ron Paul, Stein and Nader. I preferred Sanders over H Clinton. I voted for Obama over McCain and that idiot from the North. I have written in candidates many times like Frank Zappa and Pat Paulson.


While I am a lib I am constantly at odds with the D's. While socially friendlier to the fringe and more tolerant to the non-religious among us than the R's they are still corporate light. Both main parties sell favorable legislation to the highest corporate bidders at the expense of the proletariat.


The Libertarians are great socially and I have voted for them in the past but they are too out there for me. For instance they want to abolish all parks and monuments and let the private sector control them. I do not need to be welcomed by Microsofts logo or wireless hotspot when entering the Adirindack State Park.


No R ever got my vote or ever will. Their regressive, overtly racist policies and over-the-top corporate shilling prevent me from ever turning to the right. Which makes driving difficult making all lefts but I eventually get where I am going.

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