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EmeraldGhost wrote: "old" people tend to have more time to physically go to the polls.

Yeah, but that takes a lot of time, loading up the walker and the oxygen thing, and you might miss part of the Marcus Welby rerun or be late for the Early Bird dinner at the Golden Corral.

Or at least that's what I've heard, I have no personal experience with any that, you understand.

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Deus X wrote:
bigdog wrote:I don't need any help from you.
When I want something to happen, I'm willing to work for it.
Sometimes when I really want it to happen a lot, it doesn't, like when Wesley Clark ran for president.  But I did everything I could to help.
That way, it doesn't hurt as much.

Al Gore lost Florida by 400 votes. Just a few more volunteers and we might not have lost thousands of American lives in an unending war and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis wouldn't have lost their children.
I don't need any mental help Deus. I know what I think is important. I also know it's not about me. It's about people a lot younger than me.
You want to change the subject. That's what Republicans do, Deus.
Did you ever notice? It's what they ALWAYS do.

The defense rests. Get some help.


"I" will respect "YOUR" opinion when "You" have taken as many college psych courses as I have or when you've become a crisis intervention specialist and actually worked in the field. You only have to work a couple of years to catch up with me, so if you start now, you might be able to get that degree and that job by the time the 2024 election comes around.

Oh, and you'll have to do some volunteer work too, quite a few years of that. I'd also advise hanging around with a lot of special needs kids for about 20 years while you are at it, the ones that the Republicans want to take health care away from.  "You" might just learn something that way.

But maybe you'll live long enough.
I'm proudly 69 years old, Deus.I'm not a narcissist, but no one makes me feel inferior without my consent.
An old, unattractive, Democratic woman said that first, and she was married to FDR. She was the greatest woman of the 20th century and also one of the least physically attractive people I could ever think of.
She defined grace. I don't and I only know a couple of other people who do. What they have in common is they care about pretty much everybody and everything around them.
But like I said, I'm not full of grace and I don't really give a shit whether you want to help the people you vote for get elected or not.
Everybody has a right to sit on the sidelines and whine when their team doesn't win. That's your job. Hope you like it.

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Deus X wrote:
bigdog wrote:I don't need any help from you.
When I want something to happen, I'm willing to work for it.
Sometimes when I really want it to happen a lot, it doesn't, like when Wesley Clark ran for president.  But I did everything I could to help.
That way, it doesn't hurt as much.

Al Gore lost Florida by 400 votes. Just a few more volunteers and we might not have lost thousands of American lives in an unending war and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis wouldn't have lost their children.
I don't need any mental help Deus. I know what I think is important. I also know it's not about me. It's about people a lot younger than me.
You want to change the subject. That's what Republicans do, Deus.
Did you ever notice? It's what they ALWAYS do.

The defense rests. Get some help.

WOW...you attack her and she responds in the first person because YOU ATTACKED HER and now you want to say SHE has problems? Try a mirror.

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EmeraldGhost wrote:Just wait till Mueller's report comes out & that doesn't contain any recommendations for indictments against Trump or those closest to him.

After all the Democrat hue & cry these past almost two years about "collusion" …. Trump is gonna have himself have one bigly "I told you so" to shout from the rooftops come 2020.

Dream on in your fantasy world. Drumpf has ALWAYS been a crook, a con man, and an evil SOB. If we only look at his public behavior, it screams obstruction.

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Mueller is inching closer and closer to an arrest of Roger Stone, according to MSNBC. They have pretty well verified that a guy named Credico was Stone's link to Julian Assange, and was the guy who gave Stone the info on Wikileaks having John Podesta's e-mails. Stone then provided members of the Trump team with the info and they planned to use it as an "October Surprise."
All the pieces are beginning to fit together to prove the campaign of Trump was up to its neck in a conspiracy. Stone and Credico are claiming they are members of the press and can't be prosecuted for gathering information-I can't see Mueller buying that story at all.
It's getting closer and closer and closer........

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bigdog wrote:
An old, unattractive, Democratic woman said that first, and she was married to FDR. She was the greatest woman of the 20th century...

Why doesn't is surprise me that you're a big fan of a lesbian who married her own cousin?

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Deus X wrote:
bigdog wrote:
An old, unattractive, Democratic woman said that first, and she was married to FDR. She was the greatest woman of the 20th century...

Why doesn't is surprise me that you're a big fan of a lesbian who married her own cousin?





Why am I not surprised that you describe one of the most beloved and important women of the 20th century as a lesbian who married her cousin? I'd rather see ER in our house over 20 of the useless unAmerican, broken English, pinup, birther sluts that inhabit our house right now. She and the shitweasel she is married to are not worthy to be living inside ER's rectum let alone the same house ER lived in. Twisted Evil



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Wake up a little cranky, did you?

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Deus X wrote:Wake up a little cranky, did you?




Every once in a while I need to kick the schoolboys in the ass just to keep them in line.

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bigdog wrote:Mueller is inching closer and closer to an arrest of Roger Stone, according to MSNBC.  They have pretty well verified that a guy named Credico was Stone's link to Julian Assange, and was the guy who gave Stone the info on Wikileaks having John Podesta's e-mails. Stone then provided members of the Trump team with the info and they planned to use it as an "October Surprise."
All the pieces are beginning to fit together to prove the campaign of Trump was up to its neck in a conspiracy. Stone and Credico are claiming they are members of the press and can't be prosecuted for gathering information-I can't see Mueller buying that story at all.
It's getting closer and closer and closer........

Annnnnnnd.... we still know that hillary and the dnc funneled cash through a third party to buy russian counterintelligence.

Sleep

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PkrBum wrote:
bigdog wrote:Mueller is inching closer and closer to an arrest of Roger Stone, according to MSNBC.  They have pretty well verified that a guy named Credico was Stone's link to Julian Assange, and was the guy who gave Stone the info on Wikileaks having John Podesta's e-mails. Stone then provided members of the Trump team with the info and they planned to use it as an "October Surprise."
All the pieces are beginning to fit together to prove the campaign of Trump was up to its neck in a conspiracy. Stone and Credico are claiming they are members of the press and can't be prosecuted for gathering information-I can't see Mueller buying that story at all.
It's getting closer and closer and closer........

Annnnnnnd.... we still know that hillary and the dnc funneled cash through a third party to buy russian counterintelligence.

Sleep






As if anyone cares about the warped opinions of a drug abusing tennis queen from Michigan. Rolling Eyes

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PkrBum wrote:
bigdog wrote:Mueller is inching closer and closer to an arrest of Roger Stone, according to MSNBC.  They have pretty well verified that a guy named Credico was Stone's link to Julian Assange, and was the guy who gave Stone the info on Wikileaks having John Podesta's e-mails. Stone then provided members of the Trump team with the info and they planned to use it as an "October Surprise."
All the pieces are beginning to fit together to prove the campaign of Trump was up to its neck in a conspiracy. Stone and Credico are claiming they are members of the press and can't be prosecuted for gathering information-I can't see Mueller buying that story at all.
It's getting closer and closer and closer........

Annnnnnnd.... we still know that hillary and the dnc funneled cash through a third party to buy russian counterintelligence.

Sleep


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you talking about the pee pee report? Wasn't that intelligence purchased first by the Bush family? Huh?

By the way, did you ever notice that Hillary Clinton is not president?
She's a private citizen and of no interest to anyone in America anymore except for rabid Republican conspiracy theorists like yourself.

Talk about signs of insanity.

When are you going to change your logo Pkr? Claiming the Russia probe is about nothing is pretty old stuff and makes you look like a fool.

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bigdog wrote:
PkrBum wrote:
bigdog wrote:Mueller is inching closer and closer to an arrest of Roger Stone, according to MSNBC.  They have pretty well verified that a guy named Credico was Stone's link to Julian Assange, and was the guy who gave Stone the info on Wikileaks having John Podesta's e-mails. Stone then provided members of the Trump team with the info and they planned to use it as an "October Surprise."
All the pieces are beginning to fit together to prove the campaign of Trump was up to its neck in a conspiracy. Stone and Credico are claiming they are members of the press and can't be prosecuted for gathering information-I can't see Mueller buying that story at all.
It's getting closer and closer and closer........

Annnnnnnd.... we still know that hillary and the dnc funneled cash through a third party to buy russian counterintelligence.

Sleep


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you talking about the pee pee report? Wasn't that intelligence purchased first by the Bush family? Huh?

By the way, did you ever notice that Hillary Clinton is not president?
She's a private citizen and of no interest to anyone in America anymore except for rabid Republican conspiracy theorists like yourself.

Talk about signs of insanity.

When are you going to change your logo Pkr? Claiming the Russia probe is about nothing is pretty old stuff and makes you look like a fool.

Are you seriously that ill informed?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/clinton-campaign-dnc-paid-for-research-that-led-to-russia-dossier/2017/10/24/226fabf0-b8e4-11e7-a908-a3470754bbb9_story.html?utm_term=.496beeb0149d

The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research that resulted in a now-famous dossier containing allegations about President Trump's connections to Russia and possible coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin, people familiar with the matter said.

Marc E. Elias, a lawyer representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC, retained Fusion GPS, a Washington firm, to conduct the research.

After that, Fusion GPS hired dossier author Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer with ties to the FBI and the U.S. intelligence community, according to those people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Elias and his law firm, Perkins Coie, retained the company in April 2016 on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the DNC. The Clinton campaign and the DNC, through the law firm, continued to fund Fusion GPS's research through the end of October 2016, days before Election Day.

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Are you seriously that ill informed?


yes, if ill informed is educated and having the ability to rationally review issues, but if you think the democrats originated the background check on Trump....it was originated by Republicans, but really......who cares.......it is a tempest in a teapot which is your fatal flaw. You have the audacity to tell someone they are ill informed, yet with myopic precision you focus consistently on the irrelevant and distractions. Focus.

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2seaoat wrote:Are you seriously that ill informed?


yes, if ill informed is educated and having the ability to rationally review issues, but if you think the democrats originated the background check on Trump....it was originated by Republicans, but really......who cares.......it is a tempest in a teapot which is your fatal flaw.  You have the audacity to tell someone they are ill informed, yet with myopic precision you focus consistently on the irrelevant and distractions.  Focus.

You keep saying that... but you already know pubs had nothing to do with steele or his Russian contacts.

Why? Just disinformation? Desperate to believe leftist talkingpoints? Too stupid to digest facts?

It's as if the left can no longer think for themselves.

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PkrBum wrote:
bigdog wrote:Mueller is inching closer and closer to an arrest of Roger Stone, according to MSNBC.  They have pretty well verified that a guy named Credico was Stone's link to Julian Assange, and was the guy who gave Stone the info on Wikileaks having John Podesta's e-mails. Stone then provided members of the Trump team with the info and they planned to use it as an "October Surprise."
All the pieces are beginning to fit together to prove the campaign of Trump was up to its neck in a conspiracy. Stone and Credico are claiming they are members of the press and can't be prosecuted for gathering information-I can't see Mueller buying that story at all.
It's getting closer and closer and closer........

Annnnnnnd.... we still know that hillary and the dnc funneled cash through a third party to buy russian counterintelligence.

Sleep

Spin your head off, LIAR.

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PkrBum wrote:
2seaoat wrote:Are you seriously that ill informed?


yes, if ill informed is educated and having the ability to rationally review issues, but if you think the democrats originated the background check on Trump....it was originated by Republicans, but really......who cares.......it is a tempest in a teapot which is your fatal flaw.  You have the audacity to tell someone they are ill informed, yet with myopic precision you focus consistently on the irrelevant and distractions.  Focus.

You keep saying that... but you already know pubs had nothing to do with steele or his Russian contacts.

Why? Just disinformation? Desperate to believe leftist talkingpoints? Too stupid to digest facts?

It's as if the left can no longer think for themselves.

Conservative Website First Funded Anti-Trump Research by Firm That Later Produced Dossier

By Kenneth P. Vogel and Maggie Haberman
Oct. 27, 2017


WASHINGTON — "The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website funded by a major Republican donor, first hired the research firm that months later produced for Democrats the salacious dossier describing ties between Donald J. Trump and the Russian government, the website said on Friday.

The Free Beacon, funded in large part by the New York hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer, hired the firm, Fusion GPS, in 2015 to unearth damaging information about several Republican presidential candidates, including Mr. Trump. But The Free Beacon told the firm to stop doing research on Mr. Trump in May 2016, as Mr. Trump was clinching the Republican nomination.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee had begun paying Fusion GPS in April for research that eventually became the basis for the dossier..."

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/27/us/politics/trump-dossier-paul-singer.html

It's as if you're a pathetic loser troll.

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Floridatexan wrote:
PkrBum wrote:
2seaoat wrote:Are you seriously that ill informed?


yes, if ill informed is educated and having the ability to rationally review issues, but if you think the democrats originated the background check on Trump....it was originated by Republicans, but really......who cares.......it is a tempest in a teapot which is your fatal flaw.  You have the audacity to tell someone they are ill informed, yet with myopic precision you focus consistently on the irrelevant and distractions.  Focus.

You keep saying that... but you already know pubs had nothing to do with steele or his Russian contacts.

Why? Just disinformation? Desperate to believe leftist talkingpoints? Too stupid to digest facts?

It's as if the left can no longer think for themselves.

Conservative Website First Funded Anti-Trump Research by Firm That Later Produced Dossier

By Kenneth P. Vogel and Maggie Haberman
Oct. 27, 2017


WASHINGTON — "The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website funded by a major Republican donor, first hired the research firm that months later produced for Democrats the salacious dossier describing ties between Donald J. Trump and the Russian government, the website said on Friday.

The Free Beacon, funded in large part by the New York hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer, hired the firm, Fusion GPS, in 2015 to unearth damaging information about several Republican presidential candidates, including Mr. Trump. But The Free Beacon told the firm to stop doing research on Mr. Trump in May 2016, as Mr. Trump was clinching the Republican nomination.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee had begun paying Fusion GPS in April for research that eventually became the basis for the dossier..."

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/27/us/politics/trump-dossier-paul-singer.html

It's as if you're a pathetic loser troll.

When was steele hired? Who was funding the research then? Cmon... you can do it... right?

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We don't need to "do it" man, all you have to do is read the article:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-dossier/republican-senator-wants-democrats-to-testify-on-trump-dossier-idUSKBN1CY0N6

Since the article doesn't implicate Hillary Clinton in the beginnings of the Steele Document, I'll post what it says here. I'm pretty sure you won't click onto anything that might actually inform you:

It has been widely reported that supporters of Republican Jeb Bush, a primary opponent of Trump, initially paid for the firm’s research. Perkins Coie, Elias’ law firm, confirmed on Tuesday that it had hired Fusion GPS in April 2016.

The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative online publication backed by billionaire Republican megadonor Paul Singer, said on Friday it was the original funder of the Fusion GPS project to compile opposition research on multiple Republican presidential candidates, including Trump.

That's who paid for it. That's how it started. I let Reuters answer it for me. Even though I already knew the answer because I listen to the REAL NEWS.

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Hey, FT, how many more articles do you think we have to post on here before PKR can admit he's wrong?
3, 5, 10, or 50?

He's still got that stupid logo about the Russian investigation being about nothing.

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Pkr carries water for Trump.

That's all you need to know.

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Sal wrote:Pkr carries water for Trump.

That's all you need to know.

And every time someone responds to one of his posts it validates his existence. The only reason he posts is to provoke a response.

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bigdog wrote:Hey, FT, how many more articles do you think we have to post on here before PKR can admit he's wrong?
3, 5, 10, or 50?

I know you didn't ask me, but my answer is, he will never, ever admit he's wrong, no matter how often you clearly demonstrate that he is. Never.

Being capable of admitting oneself to be wrong is a sign of a well-balanced, self-confident individual. We have very few of those on this forum, and Pkr is most certainly not one of them.

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Being capable of admitting oneself to be wrong is a sign of a well-balanced, self-confident individual.

Or it could be the person is a dumb asz.

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Steele had NOTHING NADA ZIP ZERO to do with the "opposition research" until dems took it over.

It's that simple. Here's a tip for y'all... let more time go by before you start revising the facts.

APRIL 2016: The Washington Free Beacon ends its research contract with Fusion GPS when it’s clear Trump is going to become the nominee.

MAY 2016: The DNC realizes it has been hacked and quietly hires a security company to investigate.

LATE MAY 2016: Acting on behalf of the DNC, the law firm Perkins Coie hires Fusion GPS to conduct research on Trump. Having known Steele for nearly seven years, Fusion GPS contracts with Steele to conduct the research. The head of Fusion GPS, Glenn Simpson, has also known Steele’s contact at the Justice Department, Ohr, for several years. Simpson hires Ohr’s wife, a Russian linguist named Nellie, to help with the research and analysis.

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