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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimbo Kush View Post
    facts you wont like to remember: mueller found NO connection between ANY american and russia during the 2016 election.
    That is no connection he would take to Court given the vagueness of the law and the Department of Justice's understand of inditing a President, but he did heavily document over one hundred direct connections between the Trump campaign and Russians. We all know Donny Jr eagerly met with Russians in Trump tower so that alone blows your statement

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    Quote Originally Posted by christiefan915 View Post
    trump's way of "leading" the nation is abnormal. He's foul-mouthed, hateful, divisive and preaches only to his followers. He thinks this is just a popularity contest.
    He's not a leader. Sheep are led, he's really not much more than a representative of a significant American demographic that has been underrepresented since Reagan. And he thinks this is just a popularity contest? Really? That's rich coming from the party of berniebots. How the hell does a 78 year old white Jewish guy corner the market on the empty-headed youth vote? The answer of course is free everything and pay for it by taxing the evil billionaires(BTW, this just in. he's gonna have to tax the skeletal remains of the middle class, too. he said it, not me). And it's not just him, the rest of your party is the same way and some of them to the extreme. I have not seen any foul-mouthed presidential candidates, but everyone of them is hateful, divisive and preaching only to their flocks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Callinectes View Post
    He's not a leader. Sheep are led, he's really not much more than a representative of a significant American demographic that has been underrepresented since Reagan. And he thinks this is just a popularity contest? Really? That's rich coming from the party of berniebots. How the hell does a 78 year old white Jewish guy corner the market on the empty-headed youth vote? The answer of course is free everything and pay for it by taxing the evil billionaires(BTW, this just in. he's gonna have to tax the skeletal remains of the middle class, too. he said it, not me). And it's not just him, the rest of your party is the same way and some of them to the extreme. I have not seen any foul-mouthed presidential candidates, but everyone of them is hateful, divisive and preaching only to their flocks
    That's beautiful, "a significant American demographic that has been underrepresented," meaning, old white guys who think they are underrepresented cause they don't understand what is happening around them, it is called America, and America never mirrored the Ozzie and Harriet image those "unrepresented" would like to believe

    And why young people flock to Bernie is cause he represents something different. They know they are about to inherit a country with a decrepit infrastructure, poor health care, income inequlaity, deficts and debt, threatened environment, etc., all bought to them by decades of boomer politics, and they want out of the existing political paradigm

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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    That is no connection he would take to Court given the vagueness of the law and the Department of Justice's understand of inditing a President, but he did heavily document over one hundred direct connections between the Trump campaign and Russians. We all know Donny Jr eagerly met with Russians in Trump tower so that alone blows your statement
    Russian connections are in no way illegal or corrupt. Just more Russiaphobia over nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by evince View Post
    and he said why too


    Because the president and his fucks keep lying to him


    dude

    you are a total failure


    you don't even care about this nation huh


    go suck Russian cock you fucking traitor
    that doesn't make sense desh

    if he KNOWS they are lying to him, then that means he has PROOF there WAS a connection. But mueller has said there was NO connection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    That is no connection he would take to Court given the vagueness of the law and the Department of Justice's understand of inditing a President, but he did heavily document over one hundred direct connections between the Trump campaign and Russians. We all know Donny Jr eagerly met with Russians in Trump tower so that alone blows your statement
    he literally said there was no connection to anyone in america. i don't think it could be more clear than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FastLane View Post
    Either be fair with Stone's sentence or Trump will pardon him all together. You lefties should stop whining . Elections have consequences.
    Stupid response!The point is Barr is being Trump 's personal lawyer,not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Centerleftfl View Post
    Yeah, right!

    Trump denies he told Bill Barr to change Roger Stone sentencing ó but he could if he wanted: CNN
    We know he tried to influence James Comey to drop charges against Flynn, and we're supposed to believe he didn't try to intercede for Stone? Yeah, right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Omar View Post
    His sentencing was political.

    Like I said, weíre heading towards gulags for political prisoners.
    Nice how you guys can be so casually dismissive of Stone's crimes. Witness tampering isn't necessarily political.

    Bernie Madoff is 81 and wants out of prison, too. Do you support that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    That's beautiful, "a significant American demographic that has been underrepresented," meaning, old white guys who think they are underrepresented cause they don't understand what is happening around them, it is called America, and America never mirrored the Ozzie and Harriet image those "unrepresented" would like to believe
    And thatís beautiful coming from the folks that constantly accuse Trump of shredding the constitution written by a bunch of old white guys almost 300 years ago

    And why young people flock to Bernie is cause he represents something different. They know they are about to inherit a country with a decrepit infrastructure, poor health care, income inequlaity, deficts and debt, threatened environment, etc., all bought to them by decades of boomer politics, and they want out of the existing political paradigm
    While some could argue Bernie represents something different(and itís only different because they arenít familiar with it), they canít argue that itís better, not to mention all his ideas come from the communist manifesto, written 173 years ago by a bunch of evil old white guys
    "Back in the thirties we were told we must collectivize the nation because the people were so poor. Now we are told we must collectivize the nation because the people are so rich." William F. Buckley, Jr.



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