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March 13, 2019

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Narciso

Haven't the universities already gone full prog specially yale Stanford and harvard.

But those two witnesses against Manafort were like the mafia hoods who flipped on a corrupt investment outfit on an episode of law and order

Manuel Transmission

Yeah, muscle memory in an old Bonanza pilot = new engine and prop. Ugh.

Henry, an old pal went to work as an Airborne freight dog back in the late 80s. She worked her way up the food chain from a Mitsubishi (?) twin turboprop all the way to a DC-8. Airborne made all the panels look alike to minimize the cross training. However, that was mostly visual locations of gages and switches.

Extraneus

Did we really need a word for NOT equilateral OR isosceles?

GUS

OL. BINGO. It's like the VIRTUE SIGNALING of GILLETTE. Sell shit people don't want, because the shit they DO WANT, you've already sold them.

" I didn't run over your 2 year old, my TESLA SUPER DOOOOOPER BATTERY OPERATED 370 degree panoramic TESLA BACK UP CAMERA with KUNG FU grip did."

henry

Per Chitown Lurker, the Manhattan District Attorney just indicted Manafort.

sbwaters

Wasn’t Isosceles looking for an honest man with a lantern?

How he got in my pajamas I’ll never know.

henry

here's Manafort's new fun:

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/manafort-indicted-by-manhattan-da-on-residential-mortgage-charges-2019-03-13?mod=BreakingNewsMain&link=sfmw_tw

henry

I will note that males are a minority at any Ivy (for the past 20 years or so), and White males a smaller subset (as rse notes).

Forbes Tech:

Samar Marwan @HellaSamar
4m

"Recruitment efforts at tech firms have traditionally targeted students at elite colleges and Ivy Leagues, leading to a predominantly white, male workforce. Black Americans represent less than 5% of employees at tech companies." via

Manuel Transmission

Ext, heh. I suspect that scalene precedes modern logic by several centuries. :)

Extraneus

Rudy Giuliani, Judith Nathan blasted for turning divorce hearing into ‘circus’

“That’s total bulls–t! That’s total bulls–t!” he hissed at another point, when the opposing lawyer, Bernard Clair, later suggested that Giuliani’s reported mistress, Maria Ryan, could be the one to grant appraisers access to multiple Florida properties they’re fighting over.

“Cheap shot!” he added, his arms crossed.

“He’s calling me unethical for bringing up Maria Ryan!” Clair snarked.

...

The two sides are also squabbling over a Hamptons house, the cost of renovations to their property in Manhattan, and whether “Mrs. Giuliani” should be able to approach “Mr. Giuliani” at a West Palm Beach country club where they both remain members.

“Apparently, it’s not particularly healthy for them to be associating with each other,” the judge noted.

Earlier, the judge scolded, “At this juncture in a case — it’s been almost a year since filings — the process calms down. Yet it’s still a circus.”

They’re all back due in court May 30 to continue the battle.

Asked outside court what was holding up the divorce, Giuliani said, “Her.”

He added, “I have no desire to remain married to her for one more day.”

Manuel Transmission

UBC up in Vancouver probably has fewer that 5 pct. white males.

henry

Highly decorated track athletes Andraya Yearwood of Cromwell High School and Terry Miller of Bloomfield High School have been selected co-recipients of the 2019 Bob Casey Courage Award by the Connecticut Sports Writers’ Alliance.

Both juniors, Yearwood and Miller are transgender athletes in girls track who have won individual Connecticut state track championships in multiple sprint events.

https://patch.com/connecticut/hartford/courage-award-recipients-chosen-connecticut-sports-writers

Ralph L

looking at fancy new cars ten years ago.
To quote Daphne DuM: Don't Look Now.

What did you find, by the way?

I was talking about the Ted Kennedy type of cheating: someone else taking the exam or changing answers. We assumed the test numbers had integrity.

D

RalphL:
That was one of the few geometric facts I retained.

D

President Trump doesn’t have to pardon Manafort.
He can reduce his sentence to time served after 2020 election.

D

Henry:
You have to read it to believe it.
Sad state of affairs.

Ralph L

Did we really need a word for NOT equilateral OR isosceles?
Right.
I took a geometry class in college that was all proving theorems, with some non-Euclidean thrown in to spice things up. The exam had a question involving a compass and straight edge, unlike everything we'd studied. But that's what I remember of the class.

GUS

So Manafort has been re-investigated over 10 years later, put in solitary, and sentenced twice.

Comey.
McCabe.
Ohr
Ohr,
Page,
Strzok,
Baker,
Priestaff,
Rodham
Huma
Mills
Rice
Power

Seems all the WHITE HAT 4-D dudes are way too bizzy raiding Hollywood Starlets, who bought their kids into Univerisities.
OL made several great points, but when we've allowed you to get in to U of XYZ, because you are a one legged self indentifying black Trannie with fake Cherokee blood. And a normal kid (we'll call him Nick Sandmann) is called a NAZI in the MFM. We have SOCIETAL PROBLEMS that are self inflicted. Michael Jordan's kids get preference to my kid, because of what????

D

No wonder President Trump and Rudy Giuliani get along.
Their marital histories are similar.
It is why Senator Lee will oppose him at times.
Rudy should have had a pre-nup.
His first wife got ditched on tv. for the current one he now can’t stand.

rse

Is that the bonanza where some had an oddly designed tail (v?) and they had to develop a kit to retrofit it?

My uncle (who flew over the hump in ww2) had a bonanza but not the problemmatic one and he and hubby used to talk about hat problemmatic design. If course, my dad used to get upset that my uncle was casual about preflighting and more than once took off without a full tank and then declared "Low on Fuel" coming in to land.

Sloppy, especially when ferrying my grandmother from his house to ours.

henry

Zuckbook and Instagram are down across the US.

Ralph L

Some manufacturers are wising up and reintroducing a few knobs. I use the wheel buttons more than the screen and never the nav system. CD players are extra and stuck in the glovebox if you can get them at all.

henry

I won't buy a car without a CD player.

The Infamous Ignatz

--No wonder President Trump and Rudy Giuliani get along.
Their marital histories are similar.
It is why Senator Lee will oppose him at times.--

Yeah, and that says a lot worse things about the dumbass Lee, who after all was elected to help govern the nation not play nannycakes to POTUS, than it does about Trump.

Old Lurker

"I won't buy a car without a CD player."

Try as hard as I can, I just cannot get my 8 Track tapes to play in them, Henry.

MissMarple2

I will be glad when someone is indicted so that Old Lurker can quit being so pessimistic. LOL!

henry

not sure what happened to my 8 tracks. CDs and cassettes i have plenty of.

D

Says worse things about Lee?
Why because he possesses a moral code and sticks to it?

Narciso

They are both combative personalities, blunt instruments then the rotten apple chose doomberg and now mayor bane, holy Gotham city

Narciso

No, because he refuses to ratify the emergency,

MissMarple2

maryrose,

I didn't vote for a guy to be the exemplar of marital fidelity.

I voted for someone to fix things, which he is doing. Lee may not have been divorced but I would bet cash money there are other skeletons in his closet.

D

Henry
I have boxes of CD’s cassettes but no 8 tracks.

Narciso

Yes gus it's a bad joke and skadden got off with a 4 million dollar fine even they admitted to fixing a court case overseas, essentially.

PDinDetroit

And of course all software is thoroughly tested before deployed.

Heh. For all "known" conditions...

(right-click to see entire comic)

You make something idiot-proof and someone comes along and makes a better idiot (if that were possible).

henry

LOL PD. When Boeing first went all digital in their design process (aka 777), success was measured by how many bugs they found up front. Then they changed the metric. ;)

Old Lurker

:-) MM.

Bugs you that I get "righter" with each passing day...go ahead, admit it!

MissMarple2


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
50m50 minutes ago

Democrats will have a unanimous vote on a 20% issue in opposing Republican Senators tomorrow. The Dems are for Open Borders and Crime!

Buckeye

Mueller's prosecution referrals are mostly designed to let "fixers" and "bag men" know that helping Trump in 2020 is not conducive to your freedom.

MissMarple2


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
45m45 minutes ago

Republican Senators are overthinking tomorrow’s vote on National Emergency. It is very simply Border Security/No Crime - Should not be thought of any other way. We have a MAJOR NATIONAL EMERGENCY at our Border and the People of our Country know it very well!

PDinDetroit

For Herr Müeller Report...

(right-click to see entire comic)

Logical questions are indeed considered insuborndination...

GUS

I just saw Mike Lee's critique of Barry Baster and David Brock and their anal proclivities.

MissMarple2

Old Lurker,

Hope. I pay attention to more than I post here. ChiTown agrees with me, so you will just have to sit in your Eeyore place (rather boggy and sad) and be morose.

I am heading off to Aldi's, where I can get cheap groceries. Back later!

Tonto

@Jane 11:30

Knowing you're selected for your sex/color/whatever is profoundly dispiriting no matter how you justify it. I was hired to write for the Cosby Mysteries because "Mr. Cosby wants women and people of color." You try to work around it, but the people hired on pure merit really (rightfully) resent it.

A zillion years ago I read a letter to the editor of the NYTimes, written by a black Harvard law student, who was on Law Review. This was just before Harvard Law was going to change the LR criteria to insure a higher minority presence. His letter, a real cri de coeur, said, roughly, "All my life people have assumed I was given a helping hand to get where I am; I earned LR on my merits, not my color, and everyone knows it. Please don't take this away from me." Of course, they did. And patted themselves on their backs while doing so.

Another quick story: John McWhorter, a serious linguist, was a newly-minted Ph.D and applying for teaching positions. Cornell hired him and when he arrived on campus he was eager to discuss his ideas about language, etc. It turns out no one -- not a single person -- had read his thesis; all they wanted was a black faculty presence. When he came to Berkeley, he auditioned as a member of the chorus for the SF Opera. He told us the auditions were behind a screen, so the pickers wouldn't be distracted by appearance; they could concentrate on voice alone. His acceptance to the chorus meant more to him than any of his academic appointments.

Affirmative action is so pernicious.

Buckeye

I voted for a guy to slit throats.

So far, I am mostly disappointed.

Old Lurker

Me too, Buckeye.

The only blood I have seen is from friends of Trump.

anonamom

I posted a different source of Jane's 12:37 video on who is behind AOC yesterday, but It is worth listening to, if you have a twenty minute task to attend to. His delivery is a bit dramatic, but the information is thought provoking.

PDinDetroit

henry - heh, fraught with peril. While it is generally less expensive to find and fix bugs early, taking it to that extreme "pumps up the metrics" artificially. Bonuses too...

One of my mentors once said, "I don't make mistakes, but I do have 'engineering revisions'"...

Will AI get credit or condemnation for finding and fixing ITS OWN BUGS?

henry

PD, it will blame them on contractors... AI's learn from humans.

anonamom

Says worse things about Lee?
Why because he possesses a moral code and sticks to it?

Like the Pharisees???
If he opposes them simply because they are divorced men, that is what he is.

Another Bob

“keeping cockpit controls the same”

It’s a yuge savings for the airlines. 757 and 767 have s common type rating made possible in part due to controls commonality.

Don’t know if this it true, but read/was told somewhere that the 757 landing gear was made taller in part to provide a sight picture closer to that of the 767. (I would have thought it would be to enable proper deck angle that avoids tail strike on departure .)

Ralph L

the auditions were behind a screen

The stars aren't as fat as they used to be, though. That could be due to television closeups--not pleasing to me with anyone.

clarice

I can't post or share on FB either, Stephanie.

Captain Hate

Mike Lee lied about wanting to secure the border. That means more to me than his marital history.

jimmyk

On catchup:
You'd be wrong, james d. It's as silly as hiring someone because they have an Ivy degree. I know some extremely bright grads from there who are multitalented.(I also know a lot of not very smart ones and quite a few first class jerks.)

Of course it's a generalization, but there's some truth underlying it. Mrs K is involved in hiring summer interns and new grads, and she says the best hires are (generally) from good schools outside the Ivies. The kids from, say, Princeton, have an attitude, and will often jump ship after a year, before their training pays off for the firm. The ones from places like CMU and Wash U have a great attitude and appreciation of the opportunity provided by the job.

Jane

Tonto,

I so agree. Did you ever read Clarence Thomas book? He graduated Yale law first in his class (IIRC) and couldn't get a job on Wall Street. Someone finally took him aside and told him the reason: "No one thought you earned it".

That's a big reason why I started my own law firm.

AA really pisses me off.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Thanks Clarice. I was getting worried, but it seems to be platform wide.

PDinDetroit

I guess having a glass of wine in Italy is not so good after all...

Italy outraged as court finds victim too ugly to be raped

Buford Gooch

Stephanie, I was having trouble too, but it cleared up when I killed Facebook and restarted it.

jimmyk

On the topic: No one ever accused these celebs of being smart. Their kids already had a leg up on admissions, because universities seem to love the PR from having celebs there. But probably there's still some minimal academic standard and/or donation needed. These parents figured the $400,000 or whatever they paid this fake foundation would be less than they'd have to donate to get their stupid kid in. But taking the tax deduction and cheating just made them all but sure to get caught.

I agree that having the FBI involved in this seems like overkill, but maybe it's something they can handle, as opposed to things like crimes committed by prominent Democrat politicians.

Captain Hate

There were multiple "dossiers" coming from multiple directions both before and after the election including it sounds like from Brennan before it went to the FBI.

Nobody is dirtier in this whole thing than Brennan.
Posted by: JackStraw at March 13, 2019 10:36 AM (/tuJf)

D

Brennan is dirty and thanks to the president no longer has a security clearance.
Definitely an enemy of the people.

Captain Hate

I agree that having the FBI involved in this seems like overkill, but maybe it's something they can handle, as opposed to things like crimes committed by prominent Democrat politicians.

Or listening to Russian advice on potential Chechen terrorists. Or securing the crime scene in, iirc, San Bernardino. Or figuring out the motivation of the Las Vegas shooter.

D

My understanding is that both Lee and Tillis talked to Pence yesterday
The vote may go President Trump’s
I won’t trash anyone simply because they disagree with a policy of the President.
We should let it play out.

D

President Trump’s way.

jimmyk

Meanwhile, Paul Ryan is being... well, Paul Ryan.

The right Democrat stands a good chance of denying President Trump a second term, Paul D. Ryan said Monday.

In a speech delivered in Vero Beach, Florida, the former House speaker said Mr. Trump needs to run his re-election campaign based on his policies, rather than focusing on his personal brand.

This from a guy who couldn't run the House, and now blames his biggest failure on the Freedom Caucus:

One of the House’s biggest blunders was taking so long to move a replacement for the Affordable Care Act, Mr. Ryan said, blaming a lengthy delay in the first year of Mr. Trump’s term on Republicans. He said missteps by the conservative Freedom Caucus doomed an Obamacare replacement bill to failure.

The buck stops here somewhere over there.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/mar/12/former-speaker-paul-ryan-democrats-beat-trump-2020/

D

Agree with OL at 1:41.

D

Paul Ryan is correct in his assessment.
His policies and the economy will insure the re-election of President Trump.

D

“I will be glad when someone will be indicted”
Yes I think we all will be.
However , it now seems more later than sooner.
Still no explanation for not declassifying?

jimmyk

maryrose, Ryan's comments are backhanded criticism of Trump's character and personality, which are part of what helped him win. Meanwhile, for all of Ryan's highmindedness, his speakership was largely a failure other than the tax reform.

Captain Hate

The RINOs always blame the Freedom Caucus for their failures, knowing that Politico will run with it and convince the usual apologists.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Trump just grounded the Max 8 and 9s.

Manuel Transmission

JiB and hoyden,

This link shows the completion of restoration of the Buffer now on display at the Museum of Flight. (The one in the background of my nic pic.)

https://www.kiro7.com/news/local/centerpiece-of-vietnam-veterans-memorial-park-moved-to-permanent-exhibit/929441466

The Navy guy being interviewed is my A-6 buddy who is a docent at the MoF.

Old Lurker

"his speakership was largely a failure other than the tax reform."

And yet we read today how the left will correct the reduction in cap gains rates as top priority when they can, and we already know the estate planning taxes all sunset in 2026...so look ahead capitalists like me have to decide if selling low basis real estate is smart now while rates are low rather than risk the fall in values as many similar projects flood the market when the rest of the owners see the risk. Not to mention having to schedule a major rewrite in estate plans a few years from now when that worm turns.

Thanks Paul.

matt - deplore me if you must

I really like the fat that Rep. Collins is releasing Page & Ohr's testimony. Now, people will crowdsource the data and begin to tear apart the FBI/DoJ castle of lies.

I still believe that at some point the stench will become so bad that they will have to take action. And there is other testimony yet to come. Strozk? McCabe?

This is where a good lawyer does his or her best work; pulling the facts together into a narrative that has been sworn to by the individuals. Hard to beat that one.

GUS

Paul Ryan told us that he needed out to (collect cash) spend more time with is FAMILY.
He has no family in VERO BEACH.
I told MRS at the time, that the most likely place to find PAUL RYAN, would be boarding a private jet at the airport.
What a surprise. Passive aggressive money grubbing RINO.

Buckeye

so look ahead capitalists like me have to decide if selling low basis real estate is smart now while rates are low rather than risk the fall in values as many similar projects flood the market when the rest of the owners see the risk. Not to mention having to schedule a major rewrite in estate plans a few years from now when that worm turns.

Same thought process with equities sitting in taxable brokerage accounts.

I solved the estate planning problem, "kids, we're spending it":)

anonamom

Yamiche Alcindor

Verified account

@Yamiche
16m16 minutes ago
More
BREAKING: President Trump just announced that all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 planes will be grounded. Anyones in the air will land in their destination and then be grounded.

GUS

Matt IRONICALLY, back to back stories.
TRUMP MIGHT LOSE.
STRZOK and PAGE yet to testify.

When does TRUMP get to govern? The slow walk has his term over already. BEFORE ANY ACTIONS ARE TAKEN..

Jane

So Facebook and Instagram are down. Next Twitter! Watch the weeping begin!

henry

Trump vid at tweet link

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1105904905888415744

Jack is Back!

Posting a complete email from a friend here where I live in Florida. He is a retired head of training at Delta and ex-Navy fighter pilot. He is forwarding an email from another ex-Delta pilot about the issues and fixes with the 737-MAX. Very interesting;

For those interested. Many reasons, fairly easy solution starting with "teach the pilot to fly".
Tony P.
Life is Good
In God We Trust
------ Forwarded Message --------
From: Bill
Date: 3/13/2019 9:49:23 AM
Subject: B-737 max8 vs B-737-800


Thanks to Chuck Knight for sending this explanation.


>Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2019 17:34:08 -0400
>Subject: B-737 max8 vs B-737-800
>
>I just flew back to Atlanta last night from
>Phoenix on Southwest. Had a long talk with a
>commuter F/O coming home about the
>B-737max8. We were on a Southwest B-737-800,
>same airplane but smaller engines. Very
>knowable guy, ASA pilot, and
>now Southwest. The "problem" manifests itself
>as runaway trim. Easily stopped by turning off
>electric trim, except runaway trim is no longer
>a memory item. The F/O said the manual trim
>wheel spins just like it does with electric
>trim. I think the F/O said there are only four
>emergency memory items left. Aviation has been
>dumbed down too. We used to get a runaway trim
>problem just about every simulation training ride.
>
>The MCAS (Maneuvering Characteristics
>Augmentation System), which is, they think,
>causing the problem, is a modification Boeing
>thought necessary because of the placement and
>size of the new very fuel efficient
>engines. By the way, the same engine is on
>Delta's A-321, according to this F/O. The
>engine is so big in diameter, Boeing had to
>extend the landing gear to raise the aircraft
>higher and move the placement of the engine on
>the wing from earlier B-737 versions. Now,
>when power is adjusted, the airplane pitches
>enough that Boeing thought it necessary for
>automatic trim, faster than normal autopilot
>trim. The MCAS is also tied into the stall
>warning and pushes the nose down. Stick shaker
>and verbal warnings are no longer enough for a stall warning.
>
>Partial solution: Â bring back the memory item
>for runaway trim and trust an experienced
>western trained pilot to recognize the
>problem. It was reported the F/O on Ethiopian
>had just 200 hours. The minimum for a F/O in
>the U.S. is 1500 hours. Quality of training is
>also a major factor. And if the
>angle-of-attack gives false information, maybe
>give the crew some options before trying to take
>control of the airplane. Wait a minute, we
>already have that with stick shaker, etc.
>
>I would not hesitate to fly on one of American's
>or Southwest's max8s. If any of you hear
>anything different, let me know. I never flew
>the B-737 but did fly the B-727, 757, and 767.
>
>Chuck Knight
>Capt. B-767 ER, Retired

The Infamous Ignatz

--Why because he possesses a moral code and sticks to it?--

You originally said Lee will oppose Trump at times because of Trump's marital history. Since they are Senator and President he can only oppose him on policy.
A senator opposing a president of his own party's intitiatives because of that president's marital history is evidence of an immoral rather than a moral code.

Jane

"You originally said Lee will oppose Trump at times because of Trump's marital history. "

I don't know who said that, but that's ridiculous.

Extraneus

Speaking of affirmative action...

Warren Shames Parents Involved in College Admissions Process Scam

Chutzpah.

jimmyk

OL, no tax law can prevent future governments from changing the law again. That's a fact of life. The built-in expiration is one of these stupid rules and usually just results an a later vote to extend the law. Or if not, it's tantamount to changing the law, which can always happen anyway.

I'm critical of Ryan for many things, but I won't criticize him for things that Democrats might do to taxes, except indirectly for his role in losing the House. But Rs still control the Senate and White House, so I don't think the Democrats can do much until that changes.

I also criticize Ryan for his "That's not who we are" lack of support for Trump, but I'm hopeful Trump will win reelection in spite of (or because of) that.

Thomas Collins

RIP, daddy and pagar and Frau.

GUS

I believe it is illogical AND immoral to oppose policies that you AGREE WITH, because you oppose the person who is enacting them.

If my POLICE CHIEF was cited for 40 in a 25, I would still support policies he established that made sense.

Obvious examples of dishonest lunatics start with REAR ADMIRAL KRISTOL. A separate agenda exists.

Captain Hate

Facebook isn't down; it let me "like" something by my daughter's boyfriend.

Thomas Collins

Re Admission Gate: The most troubling thing about this is that federales are involved. It seems to me that garden variety fraud and bribery is a more fit subject for the state authorities if they choose to act. Schools can tighten up on their admissions due diligence, including if they so choose increased efforts at vetting test taking sites. Are we now so dependent on the federal government that we are fine with the federales policing big time college athletics and admissions chicanery? I'm not arguing the scope of the commerce clause; I understand that the view of the legal multitude at the moment is that these types of activities are a fit subject of federal criminal statutes. I am questioning the policy. Federales are treating low life admissions scams with respect to Harvard, USC, Georgetown et al as if they were scams re our military academy admissions (if there are scams re our military academy admissions, I would enthusiastically support federal involvement).

Captain Hate

Then again, posting stuff doesn't work so well.

Thomas Collins

Facebook down? If dry cleaners or heating and cooling systems go down, that's a problem for me. Somehow I'll deal with Facebook downness.

matt - deplore me if you must

This is a bit of a RICO case; multi-state parents, kids and schools and it really is rock bottom corrupt.

At least they could have bribed their way in honestly.

It is a corruption of the whole system, which is why the feds probably got pissed off. Besides there are a lot of FBI agents from places like Fordham and BYU who worked their asses off to get through. It's a really nice way to stick it to all of those bastards.

Even some of the kids are smarmy a-holes in this one.

The Infamous Ignatz

--Facebook isn't down; it let me "like" something by my daughter's boyfriend.--

He'll lose his fear of you.
You're playing with fire. :)

matt - deplore me if you must

FB won't let me post or comment. Then again, We are finding that they are now pulling back the curtain on their fascist tendencies.

Dave (in MA)
The Mossad@TheMossadIL
Facebook and Instagram are both down globally.
We'll restore service once we're done.
Ralph L

a major rewrite in estate plans a few years from now
Hey, you survived 2010, quit griping.

Old Lurker

Jimmy, of course I agree that any future government can change tax laws any way they like. We live with that all the time.

My tax-sunset beef with Ryan and with the rest of Congress is how luke warm was their support for Trump's tax cuts and just how much that "triangulation" undermines the support of the people for it. That in turn will make the job of selling the reversal much easier than it should been had Congress and Ryan and McConnell been advocates for it in the first place. Ditto to ALL of that on the death taxes.

Every Dem and I swear half the R's would not lift a finger to fight higher rates in those areas. And that is self inflicted by the Trump hating GOP.

The Infamous Ignatz

It's interesting to note that the Italian court that found "the victim too ugly to rape" was by an all female appellate court panel.

Old Lurker

I was a lot younger in 2010 Ralph!

Captain Hate

He's a pretty good guy, Iggy. Plus he's figured out how to put up with my daughter and stay somewhat sane.

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