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December 03, 2017

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Jack is Back!

Howdy!

Old Lurker

How's the cold, Jack?

henry

We could hit the ground with a dull thud and lay there unmoving, as Elmer Fudd on his daily transition from sleep to nap.

Jack is Back!

I agree with TC about no arrests and no charges against the deep state outside something egregious not to hide.

If there movement on the 4D chess board, the DoJ and FBI being described would also be full of leakers. Yet there is no indication that Sessions and Wray are doing anything but the general job description.

Great Pieces, Clarice. Doesn't help my cold though. Nothing does. I thought I had it whipped when I woke up today. No sore throat. No aching joints. Breathing easy. Then I stood up and all of a sudden the coughs, sinuses and everything in spades.

Had to do 0930 mass because Frederick was a Lector (2nd reading and announcements). Plus I promised him breakfast at Sip 'n Soda.

Time for a cuppa!

jimmyk

CH from the last thread:
I haven't been this optimistic about the country's future since Reagan and probably not even then.

The difference is that the Democrats and Deep Staters are fighting back tooth and nail this time. In 1981 they folded like cheap suits and went along with Reagan's program, even though they still controlled the House. Also, in the 80s you had patriots in the D party like Tip O'Neil and Scoop Jackson. No such creature exists today.

So I'm glad we have Trump, but I fear it may be a "Chinatown" scenario.

Thomas Collins

OK, I'll say 'Bama will be the fourth seed. I believe The Committee's announcement is coming soon.

Extraneus

TC in the last thread predicts no serious prosecutions of deep state or former Obama officials. But why not? All that's needed is another heat-seeking special prosecutor with a posse of avengers and an unlimited budget.

Sessions could recuse again, force Rosenstein to do so as well, and Rachel Brand would be in charge.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Brand

Man Tran

Anyone else happy with the new format over at AT? Pieces is even better to read with the new look.

Extraneus

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Clarice Feldman

Repeated from bottom of last thread--because it's a good point:http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/muellers-firing-of-anti-trumper-doesnt-add-up-his-entire-team-is-anti-trump-whats-real-reason/

My speculation--Strzok used the Dossier to get the FISA warrant which led to the unmasking and, of course, the listening in on all the Trump team communications, It's been reported that he offered Steele $50k for corroboration of the Dossier but didn't pay him when Steele couldn't deliver any. I think he was desperate and I think the offer to Steele and the shaky basis for the warrant are disastrous to Mueller.

Old Lurker

Re: the two tax bills headed for the conference.

I have not found a single friend who thinks that so long as the AMT remains, and remains as complex as they intend it to be, upper bracket individuals have much they can count on to encourage them to open their wallets on new investments. Most of us see it simply as giving with one hand in front of the cameras, and taking it away with the other behind their backs. Anybody who has been paying the AMT knows what I am talking about.

Hope I'm wrong about that cynicism too.

Upping the bar for death taxes is nice, but so long as the tax remains and only the threshold protects us, most accountants and lawyers will warn about the ease of a future congress in changing that bar back vs the difficulty of reinstating a repealed atx altogether.

Again, if the goal is to encourage investment by setting rules investors can bank on long term, they have more work to do, seems to me.

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

I'm with JiB and TC.
And I disagree with whoever said just getting Hillary to trial even if she was acquitted would be grand.
That would be the worst possible outcome; "Hillary exonerated! Vast right wing conspiracy foiled again by the woman who should be king!" would be the hue and cry for all eternity.
There are two ways to restore the rule of law;
1. Try to throw the bums in the hoosegow while the deck is stacked in their favor by the corrupt system they made.
2. Get and stay on offense restoring a free economy and Federalism and shrinking the Nanny State, thereby rendering progs electorally moribund or at least less popular.

The best way to restore the rule of law is by the mirror image of the prog long war of cleaning out the stolen institutions, cutting them down to size or eliminating them and stocking them with constitutionalists.

I's longer and harder but t's the only way to make it stick, short of killing them en masse, which admittedly doe shave its appeal.
And it may yet come to y=that.

The latter IMO

jimmyk

On that James Levine child abuse story: There have been rumors about this for years.

About 10 years ago I was walking up Amsterdam Avenue, and a limo pulls up, and Levine gets out and limps with his cane into a porn shop. Not that that means he's guilty, but it was kind of a sad spectacle.

And shades of Polanski, according to my mother Levine got a long and thunderous ovation yesterday in his return to the podium at the Met. She was listening on the radio, and seemed unaware of the news, and I didn't have the heart to tell her.

henry

Mueller hiring the guy at the root of the crime he is supposed to investigate does not make Mueller look good. In fact it goes beyond "looks like" to be evidence of Mueller using the SC office to mount a coup. Certainly stronger evidence of that than Rosenstien had to create the SC in the first instance.

I expect Sessions will nap through this as well.

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

--I's longer and harder but t's the only way to make it stick, short of killing them en masse, which admittedly doe shave its appeal.
And it may yet come to y=that.

The latter IMO--

WTH? Let's try that again.

"It's longer and harder but it's the only way to make it stick, short of killing them en masse, which admittedly does have its appeal.
And it may yet come to that."

Captain Hate

The difference is that the Democrats and Deep Staters are fighting back tooth and nail this time. In 1981 they folded like cheap suits and went along with Reagan's program, even though they still controlled the House.

During Reagan's time there were still people from my parents generation controlling power who cared about the country over ideology. I know the boomer apologists don't want to hear this but too fucking bad: things started turning to shit when they assumed senior positions. The differences between the old and new left were being written about at the time when lefty publications were a bit more intellectually oriented than Rolling Stone. That was a long time ago.

Old Lurker

"short of killing them en masse"

Admit it. If you were shown a button that if pushed would remove all Progs from the US in a flash of light, taking their stinking corpses too, who wouldn't rush to push it?

matt - deplore me if you must

The Mueller investigation is seriously compromised. From the beginning it was stacked by partisans. Now two of them have been reassigned for overt partisanship.

How does Mueller continue with Manafort having been indicted for work he did with the Ukrainians, who were in bed with the Clinton campaign; a lower level Manafort wannabee, and now Flynn?

Small beer for a very expensive investigation.

And all the while they have to do this in the knowledge that the real crooks are getting away with it.

Talk about an indictment of the system.

Thomas Collins

I think Team Trump can survive the onslaught of Oligarch Media and Deep State in the form of the Mueller investigation, Extraneus. But it's quite another matter to start taking down the Obama and Clinton machines. There is not enough political support in the US to take them down. Taking down political figures and their cronies always has a significant political element. If there were sufficient political support to take down these figures, Hillary would already have pleaded guilty to Espionage Act violations.

On this matter, whether the AG or special investigator would be Mukasey or Giuliani or Brand or Sessions or whoever, they would be constrained by the politics.

Thomas Collins

One minute before we know whether it will be the Buckeyes or Tide!

Jack is Back!

If and when Ann shows up, someone point her to this post I am making about my knee replacement. She asked last night when I was sawing logs about knee replacements because he hubby is getting one.

Ann,

No big deal. But you have to do the excercises they proscribe religiously. Plus I found have a number of helpful devices makes it easier to recover. Long shoe horn, sock helper, raised toliet seat attachment, cane or walking sticks. I had a world class physical therapist every week for a full year before knee replacement. Building up the muscles and ligaments for legs, hips and back make it easier to recover and begin walking.

After surgery I had 2 days recover in hospital, then Mrs. JiB drove me home. Had no issues with pain or discomfort during the ride of 1 1/2 hours. Was able to climb the stairs at home with ease. Took me time to walk down the stairs correctly but that was expected. By having the left knee only replaced, I was able to drive within a week.

Started walking in a week using walking sticks. Take your meds until they are all gone especially the Naproxen, Oxy (for pain), laxatives (if on Oxy, will need them:) and pro-biotics. You'll be surprised how soon you are back in the game.

Good luck and Godspeed.

Captain Hate

Willowed:

Add me to TC's way of thinking. There's something banana republicy about going after political enemies no matter how many laws they've knowingly violated in undermining the country. Better just to remove them from power; they'll hate that enough anyway.

Captain Hate

More Willowed:

ChiTown Lurker has declared Trump to be a member of the Tea Party. Comments?

He certainly embodies citizen government and adherence to the Constitution. Can you get more Tea Party than that?

Buckeye

A commenter at Althouse said that Ohio State and Alabama should play a quick game to see who gets the #4 seed. I like it!! :)

I am all in favor of 'Bama getting #4 slot.

You guys can save us from embarrasing ourselves 2 years in a row:)

Extraneus

Without real punishment, I think they'll be emboldened and the banana republic will become a permanent reality.

And I don't think for a second that they wouldn't string their opponents up if they could, and would be doing so to Trump and team right now if she'd won. They'll show no mercy when and if they ever regain power.

Unilateral disarmament doesn't make sense to me. Justice means what it means. Recuse, appoint someone clean, and let the guilty go down while watching from a safe distance.

henry

What did the TV panels talk about today? How Flynn will take out Trump?

Beasts of England

Agreed, Captain - and thanks for covering my willow. ;)

Jack is Back!

Watching Man City v. West Ham.

Who's in the playoffs, college FB?

Buckeye

12:30 announcement JiB

Clarice Feldman

Bloomberg--Nunes shares my suspicion that Strozak used the uncorroborated dossier to kick off the FISA warrant and investigation:https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-03/u-s-house-republicans-prepare-contempt-action-against-fbi-doj-jaqegooo

Extraneus

How could Wray be dirty? Trump appointed him to replace Comey. Could he be dumb enough to appoint another enemy?

Captain Hate

According to the Horde, F Chuck's panel was in full impeachment mode.

Buckeye

I knew 12:30 would come and go.

Jack is Back!

I don't understand this nonsense by the DoJ and FBI. Is not POTUS Donald J. Trump the Chief Executive of both agencies? All he has to do is order it done and fire anyone, who doesn't obey the order, for insubordination.

There is something going on here that doesn't meet the smell test.

For a guy who made his national fame by firiing people on TV, he seems to forget how to do it in real life.

anonamom

Started walking in a week using walking sticks. Take your meds until they are all gone especially the Naproxen, Oxy (for pain), laxatives (if on Oxy, will need them:) and pro-biotics. You'll be surprised how soon you are back in the game.

No, no, no, no, no!

Totally disagree with "taking narcotics til gone"--that is EXACTLY how one becomes addicted to narcotics if you are given a 30 day supply.


Stop narcs as soon as you don't need them to sleep or do PT or relieve marked resting pain. My Dad didn't need them by post op day three when he had his knees replaced. Some people will need them longer---but do NOT--repeat, NOT-- take narcs just because there are some in the bottle!


Clarice Feldman

Should be Strzok,

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Just when I thought Chuck Grassley was one who would stand up for us, THIS appears on Twitter:

ChuckGrassley‏Verified account @ChuckGrassley
58m58 minutes ago

I'm sure many republican will disagree BUT it is difficult for me to see bad in the "mistake" Brian Ross made abt candidate/ president-electTrump bc 67-68 Brian was a poli/sci student of mine We had a good relationship& do Now

========================
So, because he was a student of Grassley's 50 years ago and because Brian Ross sucks up to him still, everything is A-OK. Good grief!

Beasts of England

Bama

Buckeye

Good luck Beasts!

Beasts of England

We'll need it, Buckeye!! Thanks!

henry

Swamp vs us. Grassley sticking up for Ross, because fellow swamp denizen. Trump not of swamp, so Grassley tosses him under the bus. Instructive.

Robin, 10 Square Miles of crazy....

I don’t need the Obamas nd the Clinton’s to go to jail, I just want them destitute and living a street corner in a box. Powerless and friendless would be just fine.

Jack is Back!

anonamom,

My apologies. Your advice is what I mean't. Forgot to add to the point no longer needed. I got off my Oxy the first week back home and we flushed the remainder down the toliet.

Thanks for catching that.

Buckeye

If we play ND in a bowl, depending on the outcome, I may have to move out of my very Catholic neighborhood:)

Marlene

Good afternoon! How about some DIY help? I tightened the finial on a lampshade and the neck/collar of the lamp came unglued. The neck is silver metal and attaches to a heavy blue glass base. What is the best metal on glass glue to use to repair? Superglue,gorilla glue,loctite? I need something with a strong bond because the glass base is very heavy and if falls off the table,it will shatter into a bazillion pieces. Thanks!

Captain Hate

Beasts, do you agree that Bama's offense hasn't been the same since Master Troll Lane Kiffin departed?

Tom Bowler

Bringing this forward from the end of the last thread:

These latest revelations are helpful, however, in "encouraging Mueller" not to go after Trump family members and the President himself.

I agree, TC. But we've had corruption with impunity under Obama, with the prospects of it getting exponentially worse had Hillary been elected. I think Trump has to get one or two swampers and make them pay a big price to give the rest of the swamp something to think about. He doesn't have to get a big name trophy like Hillary, and he doesn't really need to go after a horde of swampers. A couple or three will do. The worst thing he could do is play nice and play defense like W.

Mueller was involved in the FBI investigation into Russian bribery, extortion, kickback, and money laundering that resulted in one minor prosecution before it eventually withered away and was dropped. Familiar names were associated with that investigation, like Comey and Rosenstein who along with Strzok are looking more and more at risk as days go by.

I think Trump is making sure Mueller knows he has exposure of his own to worry about, and Trump's recent track record shows opponents not doing all that well.

All of this has given me a deeper appreciation of Trump's tweets. He seems to make sure certain stories don't drop out of sight. The more crass and cringe worthy the tweets are, the more likely we'll remember what he wants us to remember. He's been reminding us lately about Uranium One and Hillary's emails. Lo and behold.

CH, I'm with you on the optimism. I sleep better these days.

Now I'm going to go for about a mile jog and see if I can blow a little more crap out of my lungs. Remnants of a cold.

Buckeye

Gorilla glue, assuming the glass surface is shiny/slick.

Extraneus

I love this from Clarice's Bloomberg link:

If Nunes and Republicans do follow through with the contempt action, it would be a latest blow against bipartisanship on a committee that had until recently been one of the last bastions of comity in a polarized House. Democrats complain Republicans are increasingly shifting attention and limited resources in the Russian investigation away from a main focus of election interference and potential Trump campaign collusion.
Jack is Back!

Clemson v. Alabama and Oklahoma V. Georgia

OSU and Wisconsin 5 & 6.

What is the reason for ranking 5 & 6? In case a team comes down with diptheria or dengue fever?

Beasts of England

If you only knew, Captain. And it's not like we don't have a plethora of talent.

Thomas Collins

Do the rankings below the top four affect the New Year's Day or other bowl pairings, JiB? I don't know how that works.

Extraneus

I'm with anonamom on stopping the meds when you can. I had surgeries on both shoulders and each time I took Vicodin for one night, and each time I had 30 pills and 3 refills. (Btw, I filled all of them and still have them in my safe.)

henry

NBC now says "Russia has just thrown the election to Trump."

While quoting K T McFarland saying the Obama admin threw the election with Russia sanctions. This during the transition, based on Flynn talking to Russians or something. Utter nonsense, but I'm sure Dartmouth is in party mode over that headline.

Jack is Back!

I'm waiting for a Trump tweet to invoke one of the most famous political questions ever asked: "Where's the beef?"

Because so far, Mueller and his team of Clinton donors has nothing Russian except talking to the Russian ambassador. I thought all this was because of Elmer Fudd's silly recusal and Russia, Russia, Russia.

What a joke.

Jack is Back!

Oh, BTW, Super Moon tonight. Only one for 2017.

https://weather.com/science/space/news/2017-11-28-supermoon-cold-full-moon-december

Beasts of England

This is from the Baltimore Sun regarding the poor attendance at NFL games:

'The league has an issue in front of them that demands they keep owners, players, fans and ultimately their business partners — sponsors — happy,” he said. “They aren't doing any of this well.”'

Okay. But wouldn't it be more honest to say trying to keep their employees and customers happy? And I know which one is more important.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Kurt Schlichter Retweeted
Jack Posobiec
🇺🇸‏Verified account @JackPosobiec
14h14 hours ago

The tax on college endowments is a huge victory in the culture war

===========================================

This is something I missed. Did you guys know there is a tax on college endowments in the tax bill?

henry

Hasn't been reported, but it was talked about.

I haven't seen a comprehensive list of what was stuck in either the House or Senate tax bills. Just summary stuff.

Jack is Back!

MM,

I knew because I get the Harvard Crimson on-line and they sent their President down to DC to lobby agaist the bill.

[Don't ask me why I get the Crimson on-line, because I don't know:]

Miss Marple the Deplorable

The Associated Press‏Verified account @AP

BREAKING: Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia and Alabama picked for College Football Playoff; Ohio State falls short.

DebinGA

AL ended their season beating lowly, little Mercer U 56-0. AL loses points with me for scheduling such a mismatch. At least GA/OK/Clemson had to beat worthy opponents for their spots.

Captain Hate

Oh, BTW, Super Moon tonight. Only one for 2017.

Last night my back/hips pain subsided enough to walk Teddy a little over a mile around a park at sunset for the first time in months. The moon was huge.

Buckeye

I noticed it walking the dog last night as well CH.

Captain Hate

Wondering if the non BoD bowls want to keep old rivalries alive, like Ohio State versus USC and Wisconsin against Stanford. Auburn and Notre Dame might be good too along with Miami - Penn State.

 narcisoyea

Great pieces, clarice this zinoviev letter just keeps going on and on. The stroganoff seems overcooked.

James D.

There's something banana republicy about going after political enemies no matter how many laws they've knowingly violated in undermining the country. Better just to remove them from power; they'll hate that enough anyway.

I disagree completely. Under that thinking, then basically getting elected to office (or appointed to a high-level position) is a blanket get-out-of-jail-free card. I don't see how we can have anything resembling the rule of law that way.

srp

It would have been more entertaining to put Central Florida, the only undefeated FBS team, conqueror of South Florida and Memphis, into the playoff. The Scott Frost storyline alone would have kept the media going.

 narcisoyea

Allegedly, ray was one of the mutineers against Gonzalez, on the terrorist surveilancd question, we know this only from gellman.

Beasts of England

Tulane, The Citadel, Kent State, UTEP, Samford (Samford!!), Appalachian State...

What were you saying, DebinGA? ;)

Jack is Back!

srp,

Strength of schedule. But you are right about Scott Frost.

Do you know if he is still in the running for Florida or did he pull himself out?

JimNorCal

Reading recommendation from a commenter at BJG blog:
"There is so much to unpack in the link below…but it is worth unpacking:
http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/12/feminism_the_fake_indian_the_tragic_state_of_the_fbi_"
I mangled the link due to clunky iPhone cut and paste.
But you all know how to find it!

JimNorCal

Suggested hashtag if a boycott of NFL sponsors is kicked off.
#DontKneedYou

anonamom

(Btw, I filled all of them and still have them in my safe.)
EX, I erased (Make sure you save them!) from that post,
as apparently lots of kids get started on narcs by raiding the folks' medicine cabinet. Never occurred to me to lock 'em up in the gun safe...or the real safe, if you have one.

I am happy to see you are planning ahead!


jimmyk

I don't see how we can have anything resembling the rule of law that way.

Exactly. The "Banana Republicy" term only applies when people are prosecuted for political activities, or if political actions are criminalized. To take an example, I'm not sure Hillary should be prosecuted for botching Benghazi and getting four people killed (though maybe there was criminal negligence). But if she lied under oath about it, destroyed documents, etc., she should be prosecuted for those criminal acts.

Marlene

Hubby returned from kayaking and fixed the lamp with a little tube of the yucky glue sniffing kind of glue. It smelled gross.

Porchlight

I have some old pills around that probably need to go in the gun safe as well.

I was going through my parents' medicine cabinet a couple of years ago looking for Band-Aids and my brother stuck his head into the bathroom and said "I already looked, there's nothing good." ;)

 narcisoyea

So the news was even more faux:


http://dailycaller.com/2017/12/01/abcs-flynn-trump-report-caused-panic-in-the-stock-market-then-they-corrected-the-story-video

Note where the source comes from.

Porchlight

Hey Beasts! Responded to you on the last thread.

Jack is Back!

JimNorCal,

Thanks for the link. That story by Mark Musser of Don James tenure at Washington is a must read for any college football fan. I don't care who you root for, you have to read it and weep.

I remember those teams and they were destructive. It also proves beyone a doubt how the left wants to screw up everything we love including college ball. I have no idea how Coach K has survived as long as he has at Duke. Photos?

jimmyk

On the opioid thing, some years ago I went to a doc-in-the-box on a Saturday because I had a very bad sore throat and didn't want to wait till Monday to get it looked at. I don't remember the test or diagnosis (though it wasn't strep), but the doc gave me a prescription for either vicodin or percocet, which I thought was overkill, to put it mildly. And it got me wondering whether that was part of their business plan--become known as a place where they'll happily write those prescriptions.

In any case, though I filled the prescription I never took a single pill, and eventually tossed them.

sbw

CH: There's something banana republicy about going after political enemies no matter how many laws they've knowingly violated in undermining the country.

Sorry, Charlie, there is something banana republicy about NOT prosecuting those who have knowingly (or even unknowingly) violated laws.

Banana republics do not believe in equal justice under the law. We did. We stopped. And we need to start again.

 narcisoyea

I do remember a national review piece by verbruggen that showed the regulation that had been put in place to facilitate opioid delivery.

 narcisoyea

Interesting very few have remarked on this:


https://mobile.twitter.com/DaveNYviii/status/937383412075294720/video/1

anonamom

Contempt of Congress!

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-03/u-s-house-republicans-prepare-contempt-action-against-fbi-doj-jaqegooo


Agree w sbw--this isn't about going after political opponents--that's what the IRS did the the Tea Party.

This is prosecuting criminals.

 narcisoyea

It comes from here:
https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/12/03/brett-baier-interviews-cia-director-mike-pompeo-and-former-director-panetta-at-reagan-defense-forum/

Beasts of England

You're welcome, Porch!! It would be unpossible for any JOMer to have irrational exuberance about politics, but I choose to remain cautiously optimistic. :)

Jack is Back!

I thought the way we dealt with banana republics was to call in Peter Graves and Martin Landau?

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Narcisoyea,

I think I posted a link to a clip from Twitter yesterday, but I hadn't seen that one. I'd like to find a video of the entire set of comments by Pompeo. I will busy myself looking around.

I find it quite interesting that the CIA uses the reactions to Trump's tweets to track certain bad actors.

It's refreshing to have a CIA director who seems to be open, cheerful, and ON OUR SIDE.

JimNorCal

Not an actual theory. Just the observation that HRC blamed Lauer and a while later he was toppled.
https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2017/12/the-case-for-hillary-outing-matt-lauer.html?m=1
"her piece unintentionally raises the idea that the sudden collapse of the careers of Lauer and Rose within days of one another may not be happenstance. Someone may have had the money to pay for the research to bring them down to settle a score.

I am not saying Hillary did that, of course.
But Filipovic just gave the rationale if Hillary wanted to do something like this."

JimNorCal

JiB, pretty sure I didn't post a college football link but kudos to that person!

Porchlight

I confess to being exuberant fairly frequently, Beasts. But I consider it to be rational. Trump makes everything so damned fun. :)

Tom Bowler

Going back to Clarice's Neo-Feminist section of her Pieces, I can't help but be tickled at how feminist weapons, which in the past were so successfully arrayed against their conservative enemies, are now sinking liberal icons. I imagine the abusers were thinking they were immunized against that sort of thing. What went wrong?? Weren't they right on the issues??

DebinGA

Yep, BoE. Samford is a joke football-wise, just a notch above Mercer. Mercer is a great school - less than 9000 students but has well-regarded Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Engineering, Law, Theology, Music and probably more offering Phds. Our niece got her MS-Engineering via their 5 yr. program. It's certainly not a diploma mill.

Jack is Back!

JNC,

Hillary doing that just exposes Bill and her defense mechanism. I think it is a cascade that has caught up a lot of people who feel more secure in revealing their harrassment.

The last thing the Clintons want to be reminded of is Bill's behavior.

I can tell you that working in International construction for years and meeting all kinds of people in those countries, a businessman like Trump learns a lot. Not surprised at all he is educating the CIA in certain areas they have no knowledge of since they are not part of the deals.

Logical to me.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Narc,

I see you found it. I am going to listen to it, even though I will have to sit through Panetta, too.

henry

The K T McFarland quote by CBS et al was a case of telling Ross "hold my beer." The full memo had the muh Russia in a list of steps Obama was taking to trap Trump on 12/29/16 by implementing sanctions on Russia.

Maybe the left is down to insane shrieking and lamp throwing. The Wash Examiner has a story saying the timeline for dropping the hammer has moved up because the sexpay fund hit Dems harder than anyone expected.

I have no idea. But I do have beer and popcorn for such an emergency.

Captain Hate

I don't see how we can have anything resembling the rule of law that way.

We don't have the rule of law; Kate Steinle's case proves that. And we're not going to have the rule of law until we have an Article V convention, which most of you cowards avoid. So quit pretending that imaginary things exist.

Extraneus

I am happy to see you are planning ahead!

Yeah, but not quite as smart as I seem, amom. I got suspicious when I thought I'd seen the pill bottle moved, then noticed what might have been a few missing.

daddy

Report: “ANTI-TRUMP FBI AGENT LED CLINTON EMAIL PROBE” Now it all starts to make sense!

If TM's looking for a new header to replace ""Trumpocalypse Now!" Trump's tweet this morning works for me.

Good Morning! Heel's up 24 over Tulane.

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