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1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 9:51AM #51
laurenf2
Posts: 9,401

Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:47AM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:45AM, laurenf2 wrote:

Ginsburg hospitalized for a fractured rib. GOPs must be measuring her coffin as we speak




3 fractured ribs




Wow....even better, her critics are salivating...

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 9:52AM #52
GottaGoToMo
Posts: 77,797

Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:51AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:47AM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:45AM, laurenf2 wrote:

Ginsburg hospitalized for a fractured rib. GOPs must be measuring her coffin as we speak




3 fractured ribs




Wow....even better, her critics are salivating...




She'll be back ... she's a strong woman.

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 9:52AM #53
newinn
Posts: 34,094

Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:50AM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:49AM, newinn wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:46AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:33AM, newinn wrote:


I think Trump is smart enough to realize if he gets rid of Mueller, he's done as President. The report will still come out and I believe he will enrage the majority of everyone except his base. I think he has a better chance of surviving Mueller completing his investigation and then turning it over to Congress




You give Trump too much credit in the "smart" category 




I don't underestimate him lauren. In some ways he's dumb like a Fox. Look at how he continues to dupe his loyal followers while establishing policies that hurt them





He's the best liar I've ever seen.




Not sure I agree with that Mo. Biggest perhaps but I don't know about best. His lies are right out there in the open for everyone to see.Laughing

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 9:53AM #54
GottaGoToMo
Posts: 77,797

Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:52AM, newinn wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:50AM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:49AM, newinn wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:46AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 9:33AM, newinn wrote:


I think Trump is smart enough to realize if he gets rid of Mueller, he's done as President. The report will still come out and I believe he will enrage the majority of everyone except his base. I think he has a better chance of surviving Mueller completing his investigation and then turning it over to Congress




You give Trump too much credit in the "smart" category 




I don't underestimate him lauren. In some ways he's dumb like a Fox. Look at how he continues to dupe his loyal followers while establishing policies that hurt them





He's the best liar I've ever seen.




Not sure I agree with that Mo. Biggest perhaps but I don't know about best. His lies are right out there in the open for everyone to see.



You're right ... change best to "Biggest".

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 10:26AM #55
yank0428
Posts: 17,506

CNN exit polls .


A majority of voters in the House elections view the Russia investigation as "politically motivated," according to CNN exit polls, while a plurality disapprove of special counsel Robert Mueller's handling of it.


Specifically, 54 percent of voters said the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with President Trump's campaign was "politically motivated" compared with just 41 percent who said it was "mostly justified."


www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/exit-...


 Seems a lot of Americans question the validity of this investigation into the Trump campaign.

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 10:29AM #56
GottaGoToMo
Posts: 77,797

Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:26AM, yank0428 wrote:


CNN exit polls .


A majority of voters in the House elections view the Russia investigation as "politically motivated," according to CNN exit polls, while a plurality disapprove of special counsel Robert Mueller's handling of it.


Specifically, 54 percent of voters said the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with President Trump's campaign was "politically motivated" compared with just 41 percent who said it was "mostly justified."


www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/exit-...


 Seems a lot of Americans question the validity of this investigation into the Trump campaign.




I question it too ... I believe it was a sore loser investigation ... but being it is going on they should see what the results are ... but that should be soon ... if Mueller can't wrap this up very soon, then the investigation should be terminated.

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 10:41AM #57
yank0428
Posts: 17,506

Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:29AM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:26AM, yank0428 wrote:


CNN exit polls .


A majority of voters in the House elections view the Russia investigation as "politically motivated," according to CNN exit polls, while a plurality disapprove of special counsel Robert Mueller's handling of it.


Specifically, 54 percent of voters said the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with President Trump's campaign was "politically motivated" compared with just 41 percent who said it was "mostly justified."


www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/exit-...


 Seems a lot of Americans question the validity of this investigation into the Trump campaign.




I question it too ... I believe it was a sore loser investigation ... but being it is going on they should see what the results are ... but that should be soon ... if Mueller can't wrap this up very soon, then the investigation should be terminated.




I agree but it shouldn't be a fishing expedition. It should be on interference and collusion. They should also investigate how this investigation started which the Dems seem to have no interest in even though there are legit questions.

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 10:43AM #58
bertram
Posts: 10,303

Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:29AM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:26AM, yank0428 wrote:


CNN exit polls .


A majority of voters in the House elections view the Russia investigation as "politically motivated," according to CNN exit polls, while a plurality disapprove of special counsel Robert Mueller's handling of it.


Specifically, 54 percent of voters said the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with President Trump's campaign was "politically motivated" compared with just 41 percent who said it was "mostly justified."


www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/exit-...


 Seems a lot of Americans question the validity of this investigation into the Trump campaign.




I question it too ... I believe it was a sore loser investigation ... but being it is going on they should see what the results are ... but that should be soon ... if Mueller can't wrap this up very soon, then the investigation should be terminated.




The average America is clueless as to why and when an investigation like Mueller's should be terminated.  Getting old, is it?  Hey, where was GOP rank and file outrage when the Select Committee on Benghazi was going on and on and on?

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 10:51AM #59
newinn
Posts: 34,094

Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:43AM, bertram wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:29AM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 10:26AM, yank0428 wrote:


CNN exit polls .


A majority of voters in the House elections view the Russia investigation as "politically motivated," according to CNN exit polls, while a plurality disapprove of special counsel Robert Mueller's handling of it.


Specifically, 54 percent of voters said the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with President Trump's campaign was "politically motivated" compared with just 41 percent who said it was "mostly justified."


www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/exit-...


 Seems a lot of Americans question the validity of this investigation into the Trump campaign.




I question it too ... I believe it was a sore loser investigation ... but being it is going on they should see what the results are ... but that should be soon ... if Mueller can't wrap this up very soon, then the investigation should be terminated.




The average America is clueless as to why and when an investigation like Mueller's should be terminated.  Getting old, is it?  Hey, where was GOP rank and file outrage when the Select Committee on Benghazi was going on and on and on?




or when Ken Starr investigated Bill Clinton.

1 year ago  ::  Nov 08, 2018 - 11:01AM #60
MajorYankFan
Posts: 32,868

Nov 8, 2018 -- 8:00AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 7:53AM, MajorYankFan wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 7:48AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 7:46AM, MajorYankFan wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 7:40AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 7:20AM, MajorYankFan wrote:


Nov 8, 2018 -- 5:04AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Nov 7, 2018 -- 9:51PM, laurenf2 wrote:


I have said repeatedly, if Mueller finish his investigation.  Whatever the outcome, many DEMs will accept his conclusions.




I think you are being way too optimistic.  The investigation can go on for a decade and most Democrats will find it inadequate and incomplete if heads don’t roll.  Even if it ends this year if there is not concrete irrefutable evidence that the President stole the election in league with foreign powers Republicans will see it as partisan gamesmanship designed to stymie their agenda and will be looking for payback.


Those are my best case scenario guesses. 




You are assuming that the Dems will behave like RepubliCONs.


Republicans Weaponized the House. Now, Democrats Will Use It Against Trump





I am assuming they will double-down and be worse.  I keep preaching about precedent.  Should Trump use the Obama play book and exercise Executive Privilege on the subpoenas for his cabinet?




Again, you are assuming that the Dems will behave like RepubliCONs.




I take them at their words




What words? 




All the election posturing from future committee Chairs like Schiff, ****s, and Waters.




Schiff is not a verbal bomb thrower like Waters, but the following sounds great....


Waters said she's prioritizing efforts to expand affordable housing, undo the Trump administration's weakening of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, snuff out predatory financial products and bolster federal shelter support for struggling Americans.

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