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3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 11:34AM #41
felipe27point5
Posts: 2,645

Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.

You are welcome to recall my posts when it becomes that i'm proven wrong as long as we judge it on the merits of what we knew to be true at the time it was posted.
3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 12:08PM #42
NW
Posts: 4,355

Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:34AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.




The concept of a blind trust is a joke.  If President Obama, as he did, invested significantly in green alternatives and then passed a bill giving contracts to green alternative companies, he is profiting.  Of course, you'll say that he invested in things he believed in and it's just coincidence that he would profit off of those investments because he signed off on things in which he believed.  The same argument can be made with Dick Cheney and his investments in military suppliers.  What's the best way to increase his profits?  Start a war.


Every president is going to profit because he's going to make decisions theoretically consistent with the business he has done in the years prior to him becoming president.  Sure, Trump's profit is more direct, but every one of them has profited.  The only way to stop that would be to literally force them to put all their assets into a safe.  Hell, even government bonds wouldn't do the trick because he has every way to influence them.

3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 12:17PM #43
felipe27point5
Posts: 2,645

Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:08PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:34AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.




The concept of a blind trust is a joke.  If President Obama, as he did, invested significantly in green alternatives and then passed a bill giving contracts to green alternative companies, he is profiting.  Of course, you'll say that he invested in things he believed in and it's just coincidence that he would profit off of those investments because he signed off on things in which he believed.  The same argument can be made with Dick Cheney and his investments in military suppliers.  What's the best way to increase his profits?  Start a war.


Every president is going to profit because he's going to make decisions theoretically consistent with the business he has done in the years prior to him becoming president.  Sure, Trump's profit is more direct, but every one of them has profited.  The only way to stop that would be to literally force them to put all their assets into a safe.  Hell, even government bonds wouldn't do the trick because he has every way to influence them.




Divest your holdings, put them into a blind trust, and have a trustee that oversees your investments for you. If you admit it failed in the past, fine there are simple ways to make it better. 


But to throw up your hands and say that Trump isn't at fault when he's directly profiting from the presidency is a joke. I'm getting really tired of people's whattaboutism when it comes to him being a grifter.


"No, i specified crimes AFTER he took office" as though that should matter. According to GOP congressman, "You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime to lose your job in this constitutional republic. If this body determines that your conduct as a public official is clearly out of bounds in your role because Impeachment is not about punishment, impeachment is about cleansing the office.” 


He went on TV and admitted he fired Comey to shut down the Russia stuff. There's a 3 word term for that

You are welcome to recall my posts when it becomes that i'm proven wrong as long as we judge it on the merits of what we knew to be true at the time it was posted.
3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 2:13PM #44
NW
Posts: 4,355

Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:17PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:08PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:34AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.




The concept of a blind trust is a joke.  If President Obama, as he did, invested significantly in green alternatives and then passed a bill giving contracts to green alternative companies, he is profiting.  Of course, you'll say that he invested in things he believed in and it's just coincidence that he would profit off of those investments because he signed off on things in which he believed.  The same argument can be made with Dick Cheney and his investments in military suppliers.  What's the best way to increase his profits?  Start a war.


Every president is going to profit because he's going to make decisions theoretically consistent with the business he has done in the years prior to him becoming president.  Sure, Trump's profit is more direct, but every one of them has profited.  The only way to stop that would be to literally force them to put all their assets into a safe.  Hell, even government bonds wouldn't do the trick because he has every way to influence them.




Divest your holdings, put them into a blind trust, and have a trustee that oversees your investments for you. If you admit it failed in the past, fine there are simple ways to make it better. 


But to throw up your hands and say that Trump isn't at fault when he's directly profiting from the presidency is a joke. I'm getting really tired of people's whattaboutism when it comes to him being a grifter.


"No, i specified crimes AFTER he took office" as though that should matter. According to GOP congressman, "You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime to lose your job in this constitutional republic. If this body determines that your conduct as a public official is clearly out of bounds in your role because Impeachment is not about punishment, impeachment is about cleansing the office.” 


He went on TV and admitted he fired Comey to shut down the Russia stuff. There's a 3 word term for that




First of all, you don't "lose your job" with impeachment, so that argument is senseless.


As far as firing Comey, he relieved an appointed official of his duties because he did not follow the instructions of the appointer.  Comey freely admitted that he didn't prosecute Hillary because the Obama administration told him not to.  He used the FBI and hired a bunch of political hacks to discredit the Trump campaign.  He used the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign.  When all of this information came to light and the assertions that Trump was "crazy" to think the FBI was spying on his campaign were false, he had plenty of reason to fire Comey the political hack.  He was a shame to a great organization that has done great work for so many years.

3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 3:26PM #45
felipe27point5
Posts: 2,645

Jun 18, 2019 -- 2:13PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:17PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:08PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:34AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.




The concept of a blind trust is a joke.  If President Obama, as he did, invested significantly in green alternatives and then passed a bill giving contracts to green alternative companies, he is profiting.  Of course, you'll say that he invested in things he believed in and it's just coincidence that he would profit off of those investments because he signed off on things in which he believed.  The same argument can be made with Dick Cheney and his investments in military suppliers.  What's the best way to increase his profits?  Start a war.


Every president is going to profit because he's going to make decisions theoretically consistent with the business he has done in the years prior to him becoming president.  Sure, Trump's profit is more direct, but every one of them has profited.  The only way to stop that would be to literally force them to put all their assets into a safe.  Hell, even government bonds wouldn't do the trick because he has every way to influence them.




Divest your holdings, put them into a blind trust, and have a trustee that oversees your investments for you. If you admit it failed in the past, fine there are simple ways to make it better. 


But to throw up your hands and say that Trump isn't at fault when he's directly profiting from the presidency is a joke. I'm getting really tired of people's whattaboutism when it comes to him being a grifter.


"No, i specified crimes AFTER he took office" as though that should matter. According to GOP congressman, "You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime to lose your job in this constitutional republic. If this body determines that your conduct as a public official is clearly out of bounds in your role because Impeachment is not about punishment, impeachment is about cleansing the office.” 


He went on TV and admitted he fired Comey to shut down the Russia stuff. There's a 3 word term for that




First of all, you don't "lose your job" with impeachment, so that argument is senseless.


As far as firing Comey, he relieved an appointed official of his duties because he did not follow the instructions of the appointer.  Comey freely admitted that he didn't prosecute Hillary because the Obama administration told him not to.  He used the FBI and hired a bunch of political hacks to discredit the Trump campaign.  He used the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign.  When all of this information came to light and the assertions that Trump was "crazy" to think the FBI was spying on his campaign were false, he had plenty of reason to fire Comey the political hack.  He was a shame to a great organization that has done great work for so many years.




If the argument is senseless, don't tell it to me, tell it to the GOP congressman who made the argument. 


Trump fired Comey because Comey was unfair to hillary. Yeah, you retrumplicans will believe literally anything even when Trump said otherwise himself on TV


The shame to the FBI is the mud that retrumplicans have been slinging on them for the entirety of the investigation only to - oops, it turns out it was a fair investigation and they didn't manufacture charges of conspiracy against trump. 


You are welcome to recall my posts when it becomes that i'm proven wrong as long as we judge it on the merits of what we knew to be true at the time it was posted.
3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 3:34PM #46
yankoldfan
Posts: 11,999

Jun 18, 2019 -- 3:26PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 2:13PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:17PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:08PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:34AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.




The concept of a blind trust is a joke.  If President Obama, as he did, invested significantly in green alternatives and then passed a bill giving contracts to green alternative companies, he is profiting.  Of course, you'll say that he invested in things he believed in and it's just coincidence that he would profit off of those investments because he signed off on things in which he believed.  The same argument can be made with Dick Cheney and his investments in military suppliers.  What's the best way to increase his profits?  Start a war.


Every president is going to profit because he's going to make decisions theoretically consistent with the business he has done in the years prior to him becoming president.  Sure, Trump's profit is more direct, but every one of them has profited.  The only way to stop that would be to literally force them to put all their assets into a safe.  Hell, even government bonds wouldn't do the trick because he has every way to influence them.




Divest your holdings, put them into a blind trust, and have a trustee that oversees your investments for you. If you admit it failed in the past, fine there are simple ways to make it better. 


But to throw up your hands and say that Trump isn't at fault when he's directly profiting from the presidency is a joke. I'm getting really tired of people's whattaboutism when it comes to him being a grifter.


"No, i specified crimes AFTER he took office" as though that should matter. According to GOP congressman, "You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime to lose your job in this constitutional republic. If this body determines that your conduct as a public official is clearly out of bounds in your role because Impeachment is not about punishment, impeachment is about cleansing the office.” 


He went on TV and admitted he fired Comey to shut down the Russia stuff. There's a 3 word term for that




First of all, you don't "lose your job" with impeachment, so that argument is senseless.


As far as firing Comey, he relieved an appointed official of his duties because he did not follow the instructions of the appointer.  Comey freely admitted that he didn't prosecute Hillary because the Obama administration told him not to.  He used the FBI and hired a bunch of political hacks to discredit the Trump campaign.  He used the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign.  When all of this information came to light and the assertions that Trump was "crazy" to think the FBI was spying on his campaign were false, he had plenty of reason to fire Comey the political hack.  He was a shame to a great organization that has done great work for so many years.




If the argument is senseless, don't tell it to me, tell it to the GOP congressman who made the argument. 


Trump fired Comey because Comey was unfair to hillary. Yeah, you retrumplicans will believe literally anything even when Trump said otherwise himself on TV


The shame to the FBI is the mud that retrumplicans have been slinging on them for the entirety of the investigation only to - oops, it turns out it was a fair investigation and they didn't manufacture charges of conspiracy against trump. 





I knew I would never get an answer from NH, it's tough to get cons to admit donald has done anything wrong, even when he's pulled from the WH kicking and screaming in 2020 they'll still say he's the best ever ???

3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 4:07PM #47
NW
Posts: 4,355

Jun 18, 2019 -- 3:34PM, yankoldfan wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 3:26PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 2:13PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:17PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:08PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:34AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.




The concept of a blind trust is a joke.  If President Obama, as he did, invested significantly in green alternatives and then passed a bill giving contracts to green alternative companies, he is profiting.  Of course, you'll say that he invested in things he believed in and it's just coincidence that he would profit off of those investments because he signed off on things in which he believed.  The same argument can be made with Dick Cheney and his investments in military suppliers.  What's the best way to increase his profits?  Start a war.


Every president is going to profit because he's going to make decisions theoretically consistent with the business he has done in the years prior to him becoming president.  Sure, Trump's profit is more direct, but every one of them has profited.  The only way to stop that would be to literally force them to put all their assets into a safe.  Hell, even government bonds wouldn't do the trick because he has every way to influence them.




Divest your holdings, put them into a blind trust, and have a trustee that oversees your investments for you. If you admit it failed in the past, fine there are simple ways to make it better. 


But to throw up your hands and say that Trump isn't at fault when he's directly profiting from the presidency is a joke. I'm getting really tired of people's whattaboutism when it comes to him being a grifter.


"No, i specified crimes AFTER he took office" as though that should matter. According to GOP congressman, "You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime to lose your job in this constitutional republic. If this body determines that your conduct as a public official is clearly out of bounds in your role because Impeachment is not about punishment, impeachment is about cleansing the office.” 


He went on TV and admitted he fired Comey to shut down the Russia stuff. There's a 3 word term for that




First of all, you don't "lose your job" with impeachment, so that argument is senseless.


As far as firing Comey, he relieved an appointed official of his duties because he did not follow the instructions of the appointer.  Comey freely admitted that he didn't prosecute Hillary because the Obama administration told him not to.  He used the FBI and hired a bunch of political hacks to discredit the Trump campaign.  He used the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign.  When all of this information came to light and the assertions that Trump was "crazy" to think the FBI was spying on his campaign were false, he had plenty of reason to fire Comey the political hack.  He was a shame to a great organization that has done great work for so many years.




If the argument is senseless, don't tell it to me, tell it to the GOP congressman who made the argument. 


Trump fired Comey because Comey was unfair to hillary. Yeah, you retrumplicans will believe literally anything even when Trump said otherwise himself on TV


The shame to the FBI is the mud that retrumplicans have been slinging on them for the entirety of the investigation only to - oops, it turns out it was a fair investigation and they didn't manufacture charges of conspiracy against trump. 





I knew I would never get an answer from NH, it's tough to get cons to admit donald has done anything wrong, even when he's pulled from the WH kicking and screaming in 2020 they'll still say he's the best ever ???




He is far from the best ever but he won't be "pulled from the WH in 2020".  Even if he loses, it will be in 2021, but more likely 2025.

3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 5:59PM #48
yankoldfan
Posts: 11,999

Jun 18, 2019 -- 4:07PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 3:34PM, yankoldfan wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 3:26PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 2:13PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:17PM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 12:08PM, NW wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:34AM, felipe27point5 wrote:


Jun 18, 2019 -- 11:30AM, NW wrote:


First ... paying off hookers didn't happen "while he was in office", which was the premise of your question.  It's also not illegal to enter into a non-disclosure agreement with another person.  


Second... obstruction of justice.  There is no proof that Trump obstructed justice.  Show me proof and I'll consider it.


Third ... making money on his businesses.  That's a plain old joke.  Obama made millions by funnelling projects to companies in which he had heavy investments.  Bush and Cheney, same deal.  Clinton and Gore, same deal.  Unless you want to freeze all of a president's assets and force them to put all of their investments into government bonds while they're president, you're not going to stop them from making money.  The fact is that Trump is just doing it in a different way, not as a shareholder, but as a business owner (which in essence, shareholers are business owners).




Ding ding ding. But you don't even have to go that far, you can just put their assets in a blind trust.


Meanwhile, Trump still owns the Trump organization and directly profits from the presidency as a result. He isn't even pretending, he cut the middle man right out and put public money into Trump properties. 


The proof Trump obstructed Justice is in volume 2 of the mueller report. I believe there are about 10 instances discussed.




The concept of a blind trust is a joke.  If President Obama, as he did, invested significantly in green alternatives and then passed a bill giving contracts to green alternative companies, he is profiting.  Of course, you'll say that he invested in things he believed in and it's just coincidence that he would profit off of those investments because he signed off on things in which he believed.  The same argument can be made with Dick Cheney and his investments in military suppliers.  What's the best way to increase his profits?  Start a war.


Every president is going to profit because he's going to make decisions theoretically consistent with the business he has done in the years prior to him becoming president.  Sure, Trump's profit is more direct, but every one of them has profited.  The only way to stop that would be to literally force them to put all their assets into a safe.  Hell, even government bonds wouldn't do the trick because he has every way to influence them.




Divest your holdings, put them into a blind trust, and have a trustee that oversees your investments for you. If you admit it failed in the past, fine there are simple ways to make it better. 


But to throw up your hands and say that Trump isn't at fault when he's directly profiting from the presidency is a joke. I'm getting really tired of people's whattaboutism when it comes to him being a grifter.


"No, i specified crimes AFTER he took office" as though that should matter. According to GOP congressman, "You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime to lose your job in this constitutional republic. If this body determines that your conduct as a public official is clearly out of bounds in your role because Impeachment is not about punishment, impeachment is about cleansing the office.” 


He went on TV and admitted he fired Comey to shut down the Russia stuff. There's a 3 word term for that




First of all, you don't "lose your job" with impeachment, so that argument is senseless.


As far as firing Comey, he relieved an appointed official of his duties because he did not follow the instructions of the appointer.  Comey freely admitted that he didn't prosecute Hillary because the Obama administration told him not to.  He used the FBI and hired a bunch of political hacks to discredit the Trump campaign.  He used the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign.  When all of this information came to light and the assertions that Trump was "crazy" to think the FBI was spying on his campaign were false, he had plenty of reason to fire Comey the political hack.  He was a shame to a great organization that has done great work for so many years.




If the argument is senseless, don't tell it to me, tell it to the GOP congressman who made the argument. 


Trump fired Comey because Comey was unfair to hillary. Yeah, you retrumplicans will believe literally anything even when Trump said otherwise himself on TV


The shame to the FBI is the mud that retrumplicans have been slinging on them for the entirety of the investigation only to - oops, it turns out it was a fair investigation and they didn't manufacture charges of conspiracy against trump. 





I knew I would never get an answer from NH, it's tough to get cons to admit donald has done anything wrong, even when he's pulled from the WH kicking and screaming in 2020 they'll still say he's the best ever ???




He is far from the best ever but he won't be "pulled from the WH in 2020".  Even if he loses, it will be in 2021, but more likely 2025.




This time NH, there ain't that many fools that are going to vote for him they did in 2016, and thanks for being a smart a$$ on difference between 20 and 21...  You can bet on one thing, when donald loses in which ever year, (he's already a loser) he's going to go out fighting, he know the SDNY is waiting for him with open arms... I'm betting he won't be wearing gold bracelets either ?? Wink

3 years ago  ::  Jun 18, 2019 - 8:24PM #49
laurenfrances
Posts: 48,054

Lol, during a Yankees rain delay I tuned into news outlet...I watched a question being asked to a GOP legislator...he rant and rave dancing around to avoid answering the question that eventually lead to comments of fake news and Hillary. The guy persistently asked him that question 4 times and never got an answer...besides fake news and Hillary...all he wanted to hear was a yes or no...


The obvious answer was no, but he could not bring himself to say it and for sure he didn't want to say yes. . So he went off on a tangent saying unrelated stuff.....

3 years ago  ::  Jun 19, 2019 - 6:51AM #50
yankoldfan
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Jun 18, 2019 -- 8:24PM, laurenfrances wrote:


Lol, during a Yankees rain delay I tuned into news outlet...I watched a question being asked to a GOP legislator...he rant and rave dancing around to avoid answering the question that eventually lead to comments of fake news and Hillary. The guy persistently asked him that question 4 times and never got an answer...besides fake news and Hillary...all he wanted to hear was a yes or no...


The obvious answer was no, but he could not bring himself to say it and for sure he didn't want to say yes. . So he went off on a tangent saying unrelated stuff.....




Same way on these boards, you ask a question and they dance around the question and before they can even say a yes or a no they bring it back to Hillary or Obama, I guess it's tough to answer a question when it's so obvious that the answer makes their guy donald look bad.... 

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