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Reply #120 posted 07/09/18 6:27pm

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PennyPurple said:

Can't even stand hearing or looking at orange face.


ugh, I know. barf

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Reply #121 posted 07/09/18 7:31pm

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PennyPurple said:

It's Brett Kavanaugh, looks like he has 2 daughters, maybe he'll care enough to uphold their rights.

what right would he take away from them? oh you are lost in the lie that the right wants to take away woman's rights? LOL, please... if you are going to make up crazy stuff at least be honest about what you mean.


Just like the right is caught up in the lie that the left wants to take away gun rights. Hmm, see how that works?

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Reply #122 posted 07/09/18 7:33pm

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I think the thing that has most people concerned about this supreme court pick is that Kavanaugh has stated that he does not believe that a sitting president should undergo any kind of indictments. If Trump was wanting to find a way to protect himself with the investigation being done by Mueller, then this is probably his best pick.

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Reply #123 posted 07/09/18 8:53pm

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benni said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

what right would he take away from them? oh you are lost in the lie that the right wants to take away woman's rights? LOL, please... if you are going to make up crazy stuff at least be honest about what you mean.


Just like the right is caught up in the lie that the left wants to take away gun rights. Hmm, see how that works?

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Reply #124 posted 07/09/18 10:07pm

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The guy's contribution to the "starr report" was 1000 pages of drivel, fro what I understand. AND I think he is in favor of not prosecuting a sitting president if he is found to have cmmitted a ciime... now we see why he edged out the rest hmmm

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Reply #125 posted 07/09/18 10:30pm

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benni said:


Just like the right is caught up in the lie that the left wants to take away gun rights. Hmm, see how that works?


I know what Trump's views are on abortion. And as far as women's rights go, period, I believe Trump to be of the mindset that a woman should be seen and not heard. He's made his views of women very forthright over the years. But if the right wants to argue that the left are "lost in the lie that the right wants to take away women's rights", then they have to look at the hypocrisy of using the argument that the left only wants to take away their gun rights.

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Reply #126 posted 07/09/18 10:31pm

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The guy's contribution to the "starr report" was 1000 pages of drivel, fro what I understand. AND I think he is in favor of not prosecuting a sitting president if he is found to have cmmitted a ciime... now we see why he edged out the rest hmmm


I had mentioned about his belief in not indicting a sitting president. If Trump wanted to protect himself during this tenure of his presidency, in case charges are brought against him, then this was the perfect choice for him. I just hope enough of the GOP and DEMs give this guy a thorough going over and make a wise choice.

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Reply #127 posted 07/09/18 11:29pm

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benni said:



jjhunsecker said:




benni said:




Just like the right is caught up in the lie that the left wants to take away gun rights. Hmm, see how that works?









I know what Trump's views are on abortion. And as far as women's rights go, period, I believe Trump to be of the mindset that a woman should be seen and not heard. He's made his views of women very forthright over the years. But if the right wants to argue that the left are "lost in the lie that the right wants to take away women's rights", then they have to look at the hypocrisy of using the argument that the left only wants to take away their gun rights.



And I'm sure Trump has paid for numerous abortions for his "girlfriends " over the years. He's such a lying hypocritical dog
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Reply #128 posted 07/10/18 5:42am

benni

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benni said:


I know what Trump's views are on abortion. And as far as women's rights go, period, I believe Trump to be of the mindset that a woman should be seen and not heard. He's made his views of women very forthright over the years. But if the right wants to argue that the left are "lost in the lie that the right wants to take away women's rights", then they have to look at the hypocrisy of using the argument that the left only wants to take away their gun rights.

And I'm sure Trump has paid for numerous abortions for his "girlfriends " over the years. He's such a lying hypocritical dog


I'm sure he has, too, not to mention the fact that probably several of the current sitting GOP members of Congress and Trump's cabinet members have probably done the same.

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Reply #129 posted 07/10/18 7:57am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

The guy's contribution to the "starr report" was 1000 pages of drivel, fro what I understand. AND I think he is in favor of not prosecuting a sitting president if he is found to have cmmitted a ciime... now we see why he edged out the rest hmmm


Exactly. Trump the con man has always played dirty.
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Reply #130 posted 07/10/18 8:01am

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poppys said:



https://www.washingtonpos...9cbfbd6955


The most interesting late development in Trump’s Supreme Court derby.

Trump said Sunday that his pick was down to four people — apparently re-adding 2017 runner-up Thomas Hardiman to the reported final three of Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge. Kavanaugh and Barrett have been thought to be the two front-runners, but some conservatives have balked at Kavanaugh and others have worried that Barrett could risk what should be a successful nomination.

Which is where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) comes in. As the New York Times first reported and The Washington Post has confirmed, McConnell spoke to Trump on Friday and raised that prospect that either Kavanaugh or Barrett could unnecessarily jeopardize an expeditious confirmation of the new justice.


Trump has provided plenty of reason for skepticism that he actually cares about whether Roe is overturned or how consistently conservative the new justice will be. The president may have some ideological convictions, but abortion isn't one of them. His track record — and regular gloating about Justice Neil M. Gorsuch — makes clear this is mostly about wins and about keeping the base intact.


And if the president is asking himself "What's the easiest win?," McConnell has given him the answer. Kethledge and Hardiman both carve pretty mild and even blue-collar profiles, and neither has stoked the passions of the GOP base enough to spawn full-fledged campaigns against them.



Seems bets are on Kethledge and Hardiman. Wonder what Vegas is saying?


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This sick fuck thinks this is a reality show. My god, I hate him more and more with each passing day.



He’s definitely a sick fuck. Just think about wtf is wrong with all the other sickos that support that deranged man.
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Reply #131 posted 07/10/18 9:01am

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Should have been harder on Obama. You all gave us Kavenaugh. They even said the 14th Amendment may be doomed.

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #132 posted 07/10/18 9:53am

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benni said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

The guy's contribution to the "starr report" was 1000 pages of drivel, fro what I understand. AND I think he is in favor of not prosecuting a sitting president if he is found to have cmmitted a ciime... now we see why he edged out the rest hmmm


I had mentioned about his belief in not indicting a sitting president. If Trump wanted to protect himself during this tenure of his presidency, in case charges are brought against him, then this was the perfect choice for him. I just hope enough of the GOP and DEMs give this guy a thorough going over and make a wise choice.

BINGO. I think he will get in. Susan Collins almost said as much this morning if you read between the lines of her statement.

Kavanaugh was the name that popped up most in the word cloud from the very beginning.

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Reply #133 posted 07/10/18 1:28pm

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poppys said:

benni said:


I had mentioned about his belief in not indicting a sitting president. If Trump wanted to protect himself during this tenure of his presidency, in case charges are brought against him, then this was the perfect choice for him. I just hope enough of the GOP and DEMs give this guy a thorough going over and make a wise choice.

BINGO. I think he will get in. Susan Collins almost said as much this morning if you read between the lines of her statement.

Kavanaugh was the name that popped up most in the word cloud from the very beginning.


We're effed neutral

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Reply #134 posted 07/10/18 2:43pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

poppys said:

BINGO. I think he will get in. Susan Collins almost said as much this morning if you read between the lines of her statement.

Kavanaugh was the name that popped up most in the word cloud from the very beginning.


We're effed neutral


Funny how he selected a guy who doesn't think a sitting Prez should be indicted, huh? This was numero uno for Orangetrash all along, Roe v Wade was the sideshow.

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Reply #135 posted 07/10/18 2:49pm

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poppys said:



DiminutiveRocker said:




poppys said:



BINGO. I think he will get in. Susan Collins almost said as much this morning if you read between the lines of her statement.

Kavanaugh was the name that popped up most in the word cloud from the very beginning.




We're effed neutral




Funny how he selected a guy who doesn't think a sitting Prez should be indicted, huh? This was numero uno for Orangetrash all along, Roe v Wade was the sideshow.


And that’s crazy because that opens the door for any president to get away with any crime. It’s interesting how the U.S. attack other leaders about how they treat their citizens, but look at what trump is doing to people from a Brown country just because they crossed the border seeking asylum. He stole their children. He’ll be known as the child-stealing president. A disgusting stain on his character for sure.
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Reply #136 posted 07/11/18 5:32pm

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Supreme Court fight begins....



Senate Democrats came out...on Tuesday in what is likely to be a long-shot fight to block the appointment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, an experienced jurist whom they characterized as a threat to abortion rights, health care protections and gun restrictions.

On one side: “If you are a young woman in America or you care about a young woman in America, pay attention to this,” said Senator Kamala Harris, Democrat of California. “Because it will forever change your life.”
On the other: “We’re less than 24 hours into this, and folks are already declaring that if you can’t see that Brett Kavanaugh is a cross between Lex Luthor and Darth Vader, then you apparently aren’t paying enough attention,” said Senator Ben Sasse, Republican of Nebraska.

We answered some frequently asked questions about Judge Kavanaugh, and looked at his record on a...e and more.

Judge Kavanaugh has been deeply skeptical about forcing a sitting preside...inal cases. Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating President Trump and his associates, has raised the prospect of subpoenaing the president.

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Reply #137 posted 07/12/18 7:09am

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2elijah said:

poppys said:


Funny how he selected a guy who doesn't think a sitting Prez should be indicted, huh? This was numero uno for Orangetrash all along, Roe v Wade was the sideshow.


And that’s crazy because that opens the door for any president to get away with any crime. It’s interesting how the U.S. attack other leaders about how they treat their citizens, but look at what trump is doing to people from a Brown country just because they crossed the border seeking asylum. He stole their children. He’ll be known as the child-stealing president. A disgusting stain on his character for sure.


nod This just in - the President IS now above the law and the SCOTUS sez so. Because they are appointed for LIFE. What a horrible idea - not to have term limits - 20 years would be more than enough.

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Reply #138 posted 07/12/18 7:45am

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No where to hide.

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Reply #139 posted 07/12/18 10:55am

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poppys said:

2elijah said:

poppys said:
And that’s crazy because that opens the door for any president to get away with any crime. It’s interesting how the U.S. attack other leaders about how they treat their citizens, but look at what trump is doing to people from a Brown country just because they crossed the border seeking asylum. He stole their children. He’ll be known as the child-stealing president. A disgusting stain on his character for sure.


nod This just in - the President IS now above the law and the SCOTUS sez so. Because they are appointed for LIFE. What a horrible idea - not to have term limits - 20 years would be more than enough.

maybe steve and ruth will set the example and resign too!

Anyone for banning the AR15 must be on the side of the criminal as once banned only criminals will have them.
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