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President 17/03/03(Fri)07:18 No. 1276
1276

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SESSIONS DID NOTHING WRONG


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President 17/03/03(Fri)10:21 No. 1278
1278

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Tell us again about how Hillary is a liar.


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President 17/03/03(Fri)14:51 No. 1281

>>1278
They're all liars.

Liars and gluttons and self-serving power-mad hypocrites.

Each has their nuance. Obama could make any action he took appear to be in the interest of the public good; Dubya was too much of a dooface to be held accountable for his mistakes; the Clintons both have mastered the skill of being caught lying and yet not being held accountable for it.

Make no mistake, Duck is one of them too--his prinicple lie bein his claim that he is not one of them.

Sessions isn't so skilled at dodging accountability. Aside from the man himself, Duck's administration seems to be full of people who aren't up to par in their hypocricy game. Not that they aren't huge hypocrites, just that they don't have the snake-like slithering skills of the Clintons or the innocent buffonery of the Bushs or the emotionally-appealing wordsmithery of Obama.

Maybe that's just the kind of people Duck hires--someone who can be fired for obvious mistakes and character flaws to take the focus off his complicity. He's like, a smart person, right? Sounds like a good idea to me.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)01:22 No. 1282

Clandestine airplane on tarmac personal face to face meeting - no investigation.

Group meeting done in the course of his job - witch hunt.

Not a smidgen of corruption or hypocrisy in the left.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)01:29 No. 1286

>>1282
Witchhunt implies there is a witch


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President 17/03/04(Sat)01:38 No. 1287

>Witchhunt implies there is a witch
Not if you remember Salem.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)03:20 No. 1291

>>1287
That might be the last time there wasn't one


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President 17/03/04(Sat)04:33 No. 1294

>>1291
Witches actually exist?

I guess it's true after all - someone does believe in the Easter bunny, Santa and male-friendly lesbians.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)04:33 No. 1295

>>1291
Then it's a very good time to fully investigate and prosecute the depraved perverts involved in Pizzagate.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)04:40 No. 1296

>Witches actually exist?
Aleister Crowley certainly believed in the power of occult magic.

Without involving either Easter bunnies or lesbians.

Just another revolting habit of our ruling 'elite'.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)04:40 No. 1297
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>>1282
First, Sessions met Russians. Then Sessions testified under oath before Congress that he didn't meet with Russians.

It's not that meeting with Russians is wrong.

It's that he testified that he didn't meet with them when he did. That's lying to Congress.

Sorry duplicitous fuckwits, no matter how you try to bring up strawmen and other irrelevant topics, this these two points are exactly what happened and why it's important is blindingly obvious to anyone who isn't Russian, mentally unstable, or both.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)04:46 No. 1299

Yeah. Loretta Lynch was a gold standard of integrity while on that airplane.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)05:17 No. 1301
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>>1299
>strawman
Unrelated. Time for you to live in the present, not the past. Stop trying to blame everything on Obama, he's not around anymore.

Sessions lied to Congress under oath.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)05:49 No. 1303

Hillary lied to Congress.
Hillary lied to the FBI.
Hillary lied to the American People.

Obama blamed Dubya for almost 8 years.
Obama lied to the American People.

Hypocrisy is your legacy.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)06:17 No. 1304
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>>1303
Unrelated. Time for you to live in the present, not the past.

Sessions lied to Congress under oath.


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President 17/03/05(Sun)00:10 No. 1306
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Sophists


The Other White Meat.


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President 17/03/07(Tue)09:46 No. 1320
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>>1306
Silly boy, demanding that someone to be consistent is not sophistry.

They are holding the position that lying to congress is wrong when a member of the opposition party does it but perfectly fine when a member of their party does it. All their attempts at distraction away from this point is just that, a distraction.

They're trying and failing, miserably, to make everyone forget that their chosen weasel made, in no uncertain terms, a false statement during a congressional hearing.

They obviously feel that lying to congress is a very bad thing to do, just look at all colossal temper tantrum they had over Clinton's imagined lies.

Now they have someone who stated something that was clearly untrue and knew it to be untrue, yet is supposed to get off scott free... why? Because he fucked Trump's wife while Trump watched?


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President 17/03/08(Wed)05:07 No. 1325

>>1304
I agree, so tits.


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President 17/03/08(Wed)05:17 No. 1326

>>1306
Sophists is a state-o-mind..


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President 17/03/09(Thu)02:16 No. 1345
1345

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Could be worse. If hills was president we'd be dead from radiation by now.


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President 17/03/09(Thu)04:58 No. 1346
1346

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Life Trumps War


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President 17/03/09(Thu)09:27 No. 1348

>>1278
Seriously how is she not?


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President 17/03/09(Thu)09:31 No. 1349

>>1297
Kinda like how (((MSM))) decried the wiretapping claim as fake and how dare he etc. etc. and then the next day they fucking backpedaled so hard saying that it was legal anyways.

>also see OP post


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President 17/03/10(Fri)10:05 No. 1354
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>>1349
>wiretapping
So Trump claims Obama specifically ordered his phones in Trump Tower to be tapped because Bannon gave him a handy. And, as usual, absolutely nothing has come out that shows his statements to be true.

Trump was in electronic communication with a bank known to be conducting illegal operations. After they verified his activities with the bank was one of the few legal things the both of them were doing they extricated themselves from the server that Trump was using. Server was not in Trump Tower. Therefore his phones in Trump Tower were not tapped.

What else has come out is that the FISA court has authorized the legal surveillance of Russian intelligence assets in the US and, surprise surprise, Trump surrogates, associates, campaign staff, and donors were in communication with them during the campaign. If they hadn't been communicating with known intelligence agents of a foreign government then they wouldn't have been caught. The foreign agents were the targets. Trump Tower was not. A tapp was not installed on Trump Tower's phones.

Annnnnnd yeah you guys just keep blathering on like the Orangenfuhrer said something completely different and not that Obama specifically ordered the justice department, FBI, CIA, etc., etc. to tapp Trump Tower.

So do you guys use text to speech and speech to text aids? I can't see you guys having the necessary functioning brain cells to normally use a cell phone or computer to come to this site.


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President 17/03/10(Fri)22:35 No. 1360

No shit
Same with Reagan
Ike was a really good president who got treated poorly
Nixon was the most educated president of the past 150 years


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President 17/03/11(Sat)00:06 No. 1371

And no full official investigation of the Clinton foundation. Yet.


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President 17/03/11(Sat)02:57 No. 1374

LOL NEITHER DID HITLER DURERRRRRRRRR


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President 17/03/11(Sat)06:20 No. 1378
1378

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Really, you're bringing Hitler into this?


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President 17/03/11(Sat)06:49 No. 1380

>>1378
I'm OP and that's what I intended all along.
Thank you >>1374


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President 17/03/16(Thu)18:57 No. 1397

>>1360
>>Nixon was the most educated president of the past 150 years

...and Yet one of the most corrupt and openly law breaking Presidents in our history. Ironic? No...evil is evil, education has nothing to do with it.


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President 17/03/16(Thu)19:04 No. 1398

>>1297


Actually he was asked by Sen. Franken what would he do as Attorney General to prosecute members of Trumps team who were found to have been in contact with the Russians. And his reply was "...I never met with any Russians."

Guilty is one thing, stupid and Guilty is another thing altogether.


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President 17/03/16(Thu)19:58 No. 1399
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>>1398
Actually Leahy specifically asked him if he had any contact with Russians and he said no.


SEN. AL FRANKEN: "If there was any evidence that anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign communicated with the Russian government in the course of this (2016) campaign, what would you do?," the Minnesota Democrat asked.
SESSIONS: "I'm not aware of any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with the Russians."
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SEN. PATRICK J. LEAHY: Several of the President-elect's nominees or senior advisers have Russian ties. Have you been in contact with anyone connected to any part of the Russian government about the 2016 election, either before or after election day?" the Vermont Democrat asked in a questionnaire.
SESSIONS: No.


So the first was an unprompted lie, while the second was a more traditional direct bald-faced lie.

Sessions committed perjury. The question is whether there's enough morality left in Congress to care, all because he has a little (R) after his name.


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President 17/03/17(Fri)02:40 No. 1401

So if we're going to prosecute perjury now, let's start with hillary's much more serious charges.


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President 17/03/17(Fri)05:33 No. 1405

>>1404
Private sector slitherers aren't up to playing in politics because they've been hiding behind corporate safety nets their entire lives and have no experience with having to make people want their decisions instead of just being able to mandate them. They're just going to keep walking around with their money boners unzipped and swinging, openly fucking the american people as public opinion drops and drops. When the public is okay with it, the core power structure of washington is going to just eventually boot out trump and his laughable picks with court posturing nonsense and media control, and replace them with a more controllable and honestly more capable pence presidency made of core republican party players.

Elections don't change who's in charge, they just determine who the public faces are going to be. We're shifting from a good cop routine to a bad cop routine so that another less good cop can be settled into place. Trump is the perfect blend of stupid and rich, and is actually conceited enough to think that he would get to be america's CEO.

The real problem is that either way none of these people want the population at any standard of living above what will keep them from revolting. The class divide is going to continue becoming more extreme no matter what happens.


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President 17/03/17(Fri)06:00 No. 1408
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>>1401
>serious
So serious there were no prosecutable instances found.

Give it up. Find a new chewtoy.


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President 17/03/18(Sat)04:32 No. 1414
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>>1408
She lied to Congress.
She lied to the FBI.
She lied to the American people.
Repeatedly.
Shamelessly.

And yet you're still sniffing her panties.

Get a new idol.


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President 17/03/18(Sat)09:19 No. 1424
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>>1414
You keep yammering on like if you keep writing the same shit over and over that it will somehow become true.

You spent hundreds of millions of dollars investigating the Clintons and the most you uncovered was a fucking blowjob. That's it. That's the sum total of what you've got after spending all that taxpayer money.

And Hillary? She doesn't even have that. She was prosecuted for exactly zero violations. Zip. Nil. Nada. None. Trump even insulted you at a post-election brownshirt meeting for suggesting he go after her. It's not going to happen. You took it hook, line, and sinker. When are you going to wake up?

You're so intent on sucking the zombie cock of Breitbart that you haven't even realized its turned rotten.


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President 17/03/18(Sat)12:28 No. 1425

>>1424
>She was prosecuted for exactly zero violations.
You really need to learn the difference between being guilty and being found guilty. Just because you haven't been found guilty doesn't mean you aren't guilty and just because you are guilty doesn't mean you will be found guilty. Crime and punishment are not an exact science, far from it--there are many ways to avoid prosecution when you have money, influence, and power; there's even the possibility of being prosecuted and found guilty when one is innocent.

You do not believe the acts for which Hillary has been criticised are criminal, fine--the government agrees with you. That doesn't change the fact that they are crimes for which ordinary people would have been prosecuted and most likey faced sentencing. Lying under oath (documented proof exists for both Hillary--even Comey admitted it--and Bill--who did have sexual relations with that woman), criminal negligence (the truth of benghazi), and treason (unauthorized storage of classified information in a personal computer with full awareness that the practice was illegal).

You don't have to dig deep or imagine much to find very real, very proven crimes Hillary and Bill have been allowed to get away with. No one in a position to do so is interested in seriously prosecuting them--they make too many people money and they have too many powerful friends at home and abroad. Even the GOP who are obligated to do anything they can to undermine the Democratic Party will not pursue a serious prosecution against the Clintons. Look at the court records; watch the senate hearings for yourself. She isn't just guilty; she's guilty as sin and everyone knows it, but they also know how much value they'd lose if she were actually punished for her crimes.

You're probably not reading this, and already sperging about what a Trump-loving conspiracy theorist I am.


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President 17/03/20(Mon)11:45 No. 1442
1442

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>>1425
What you need to learn is the difference between facts and rumors and innuendos.

All you have are rumors and innuendos. You have no facts. That is why she was not charged. There are no facts to support a trial much less a conviction.

All you have is a mound of bullshit you've convinced yourself is the finest smelling batch of roses in the world.

Now I realize by this point you've stopped reading and have already started writing your reply about how everyone else in the world is wrong and you and your fine FGDS sufferers are the only ones who know the truth, but guess what? The rule of law exists, and the mob rule you espouse is illegal for a reason.

Just because your grand pappy got to string up people in a tree for bullshit doesn't mean you get to string someone up for bullshit.


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President 17/03/20(Mon)19:36 No. 1446

>>1442
You know what's sadder than the fact that we actually read each other's posts? The fact that you are still wrong. I've prepared a lengthy spiel for you to ignore.

There's already a thread somewhere around here with a lengthy list of her known lies--you probably ignored it as some conspiracy-theorist nonsense. I understand why there are people who want to accept what the government tells them, and pretend it's all a bunch of misogynist old-boys trying to keep a woman down, because the truth is nonsensical. The truth is she lies often, sometimes to cover her incompetence, sometimes to improve her image, and sometimes when there is no discernible benefit to her at all, but she never faces the consequences.

She told Congress that Bengazi was attacked in response to The Innocence of Muslims. I looked into it; I spent weeks investigating this film which did not exist. There was a trailer on YouTube, and a purported one-time screening had taken place, but there was no evidence that anyone attended. No one had a first-hand account of the film. Much later the full film became available online. I'm not saying the film itself is part of a conspiracy, rather--to cover for her incompetence and negligence--she hastily put together a story while lacking facts. It's curious to think of how she heard about the film herself though, as it seems like she may have been the first person anywhere on Earth to comment on it in public. In the 2016 campaign, she courted the LGBT+ community by endorsing same-sex marriage, which she had been professing her moral and religious opposition to for decades. Hillary Rhodam Clinton came up with a story about how she had landed under gunfire in Bosnia and you can watch the video yourself to see how baseless that was. Those are just some of her more recent lies. There's a trail of obfuscation behind her career that goes all the way back to Nixon's impeachment inquiry, after which the House Judiciary Committee chief dismissed her "because she was a liar. She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality."

In 1996, NY Times columnist William Safire concluded that she was a congenital liar, and he had good reason to say so:
http://www.nytimes.com/1996/01/08/opinion/essay-blizzard-of-lies.html

It's not a conspiracy, it's not crazy, and it's not just rumors I gathered from the interwebs. She is a bad, dishonest person with an almost mystical ability to avoid being punished for her misdeeds. I know, you desperately want the world to make sense and the only way for that to be is to believe the allegations are all false. But they aren't allegations; they're facts. Proven, undeniable facts. She lies for profit; she gets away with it; she always will.

The good news is we technically did didn't elect her president. The bad news is the electoral college we elected someone just as dishonest and incompetent in her place.


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President 17/03/21(Tue)00:24 No. 1447
1447

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I don't think 'anyone' could be as well-practiced at being dishonest and incompetent as Hillary.

Then factor in the sheer creepiness of her associates and camp followers.


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President 17/03/21(Tue)05:37 No. 1452
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>>1446
>The fact that you are still wrong.
Yes, yes, everyone is wrong except for you. Where have I heard this before? With a head that fat how do you fit through doors?

>I spent weeks investigating this film
Fluttering from rabid nutter blog to rabid nutter blog is research now?

>it's not crazy
Because crazy people always admit they're crazy. They certainly don't run around telling everyone that they're not crazy.


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President 17/03/21(Tue)07:34 No. 1457

>>1452
>everyone is wrong
No, just you. Well, assuming >>1452 >>1442 and >>1424 are all you.

Anyway, I have even worse news for you--she's irrelevant now. It's unfortunate that not even Trump has the balls to do a real investigation on her, and that she will never be called to account for her many lies and crimes, but the good news is she will never hold a major political position again.


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President 17/03/21(Tue)09:00 No. 1459
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Fbi confirmed Trump connection to Russian hacking is under investigation. It just gets worse and worse.


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President 17/03/22(Wed)00:26 No. 1464
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>>1457
>she's irrelevant now
She's irrelevant, yet Citizen Orange and his rabid cheerleaders can't help but bring her up at every possible opportunity, even when it has no bearing on the discussion.

See this thread for an example. Pic related.


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President 17/03/22(Wed)01:15 No. 1465

>she's irrelevant now

So let the guilty go free? How generous.


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President 17/03/22(Wed)08:11 No. 1470

>>1464
Well they have to distract the populace with something.
Otherwise we'd just talk about how bad they are all day.

>>1465
Not my fault.


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President 17/03/23(Thu)22:36 No. 1472

>Not my fault.

Have you supported the pedophile cause by buying a stylish Comet Ping Pong Pizza onesie for your young nieces and nephews?


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President 17/03/24(Fri)02:38 No. 1474

>>1465
>So let the guilty go free
Well, in the real world you're not guilty until a trial finds you guilty.

Sorry to break it to you lynch mob, but maybe you can go find a cross to set on fire.


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President 17/03/24(Fri)04:52 No. 1475

Sorry to rain on your lynch mob fantasy, but i'm waiting for a trial.


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President 17/03/24(Fri)06:05 No. 1476
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>>1475
>i'm waiting for a trial
At this rate you're going to die of old age in your nursing home before you see one.

You should get another dead horse to beat. How about riling up the Bundy Bunch to do something stupid again?


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President 17/03/25(Sat)01:18 No. 1485

When the Bundy bunch start child trafficking.

When the Bundy bunch start putting classified information on private servers.

When the Bundy bunch start arms deals in Libya.

When the Bundy bunch start raping Haiti.


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President 17/03/25(Sat)01:29 No. 1487
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>>1485
>nonsense
>plz prosecute Bush admin for even worse offenses first
>nonsense
>nonsense
1 for 4 and on the one you're hung up by your uneven application of moral standards (they're moral standards since as we both know it's not illegal)

Meanwhile Sessions lied to Congress a minimum of two occasions on public record, though who knows how many times on non-public hearings and meetings.

I guess when you don't mind being lied to so long as the liar has a little (R) after their name I guess any amount of hypocrisy is OK.


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President 17/03/25(Sat)04:35 No. 1488

>I guess when you don't mind being lied to so long as the liar has a little (D) after their name I guess any amount of hypocrisy is OK.


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President 17/03/25(Sat)10:27 No. 1490

>>1488
(R) is short for Russian


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President 17/03/25(Sat)12:54 No. 1491

>>1490
>>1488
>>1487
Here's a bright idea: stop electing presidents from the same two corrupt parties every election and maybe they'll have some incentive to be more honest.


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President 17/03/26(Sun)04:26 No. 1492

>>1491
That would be nice. If we could be sure the independents weren't going to sell us out, too.


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President 17/03/26(Sun)06:46 No. 1494

>>1492
You have a point.

Still, that's no excuse to ever elect another Republican or Democratic president again. The fact is we don't know how a third-party or independent president will perform since the last time we tried was George Washington and only because the US did not yet have partisan politics.


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President 17/03/26(Sun)10:31 No. 1496

>>1491
Here's a bright idea: Have a third party candidate who isn't some nutbag and is instead holds popular opinions.

You can start by stopping trying to pretend that the Libertarian party is popular and holds views that are popular with others. Just not being D/R is not reason enough to vote for L.

The reason people don't vote for L is because they don't want to end up having everyone forced to live their lives to the tenets of their deeply unpopular socio-economic pseudo-religion.


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President 17/03/26(Sun)15:16 No. 1497

>>1496
I don't give a shit who you vote for as long as you don't make any excuses for being the idiot who votes R/D again.


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President 17/03/26(Sun)15:29 No. 1499

>>1497
But if you don't bother to create third party candidates with popular ideas instead of just another round of third party candidates with unpopular ones, I don't want to hear you whining about why people didn't vote for your shitty ass third party candidates again.


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President 17/03/26(Sun)21:36 No. 1502

>>1499
So what you're saying is that you plan to vote for one of the same two parties that has fucked you, over and over, for all the years you have known, and you know it's stupid, but you can't think of anything better to do--and you look down on me?

Kill yourself.



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