Donald Fires FBI Director who's investigating Russian Election Hacking

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  1. Harambe

    Harambe Well-Known Member Contributor

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    I'm pretty ****ed up. I say some truly messed up ****. And most of it, I still laugh at.

    I'd have to be pressed pretty hard to actually hurt anyone. But decapitation? I'm no where near there yet.
     
  2. Bulletproof

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    Okay, well keep us posted. When you are "there" I want to let the FBI know as soon as possible.
     
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  3. Zombie

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    Yeah, death threats and doxxing are obviously not good.

    On the other hand, a little bit of defenestration could go a long way toward reminding our elected officials who it is they are supposed to be working for.
     
  4. Stoked

    Stoked Well-Known Member Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    I’m all for seeing dozens and dozens, on both sides voted out.

    Graham, Pelosi, Feinstein, McConnell, Waters, Leahy, Goodlatte, Hatch/Romney...
     
  5. Zombie

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    I agree on most of those. The only reason I'd want to keep Pelosi around is she is an incredibly effective Majority Leader, something that will be vitally important if the Democrats win back the house.
     
  6. Stoked

    Stoked Well-Known Member Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    You are probably right.

    Got to choke down the vomit. Spitters are quitters.
     
  7. babe

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    Sorry folks, I have to be very brief.

    When Clinton was elected, I was married to a democrat who was in a position to know all about Clinton. I got to listen to her dad decry all the crap people were digging up about him first hand.

    It was not the same kind of organized, determined campaign that has been run against Trump, but no doubt there was a sort of organized opposition doing it. But it was a series of charges, and imo based on actual information, not just made up.

    I don't call it "progress" that we have developed the art to the extent now deployed.

    I never liked Bush much, either. I did not want Kavanaugh nominated. I know he represents "interests" which more or less are affluent, but he is more dedicated to integrity and principle derived from the Constitution, and he does part company with those "interests" on some independent, conscientious differences on a high intellectual plane..

    More or less, he is like having Mitt Romney in the SCOTUS, which is not all just peachy.

    Trump has been smarter than most people can understand from the Press. He is working to consolidate a new view of the US for the future, a view that does not do away with globalism, just does not sell us down the river outright.
     
  8. Bulletproof

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    Ugh! Dang it! Oh well, fine...
     
  9. One Brow

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    Windows are too expensive for that.
     
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  10. Archie Moses

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    I'm pretty sure this is Thriller jumping around this old dude, or at least I imagine it's him. I mean, hey, if he's gonna call me "alt right."

    This video, for me, shows where we're at in bipartisan political America. You got the old guy, who's the tone-deaf Trump supporter on one side. And then you got the insanity of generation Z, who's completely obnoxious, violent, and suppressive on the other. They're this way because they're enraged and controlled like sheeple by the MSM, fake news and agenda driven media or because they read polarized headlines that popup on their Facebook and Twitter feed.

    USA! USA! USA!
     
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  11. Red

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  12. infection

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    Utah native. Kind of an underwhelming NBA coach, though.
     
  13. Archie Moses

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    I heard then talking about him being born in Utah on 1280 a few months ago. Austin didn't believe it and then they looked it up and verified it which then led me to read his wiki. No where on his wiki does it mention him being Doug Collins. Haha. At least that's who I think you're talking about.
     
  14. Red

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    Yeah, it's the actor James Woods. I never realized he was a native of Utah, until I looked it up now. I went to school with Woods back in Rhode Island, knew him very well at the time. Not sure when he and his mother moved here. His father died when Jimmy was still young. He was one of the true class geniuses in school. Went to MIT before heading to Hollywood. He still gets back to RI quite a bit, to visit his mom, but she may have passed by now. Big time poker player too.
     
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  15. Archie Moses

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    That's awesome to hear. I've always like Woods as an actor. I didn't know he was so opinionated in politics - just read his twitter feed today. From what I remember, he was born in Vernal, but moved when he was 4 or 5, so his ties to Utah are pretty small.

    When infection said he was kind of an underwhelming NBA coach, it made me immediately think of him referring to Doug Collins because they look a like (kinda.) Haha. I didn't realize there was an actual NBA coach named James Woods. *face palm*
     
  16. infection

    infection Well-Known Member Staff Member 2018 Award Winner

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    Why didn't you guys get along?

    I was referring to Doug Collins. I've never heard of James Woods the coach.
     
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  17. framer

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    Last time didn't she result in the biggest ***-whuppin' ever seen by Democrats? I think people vastly overrate Pelosi. Imagine if people were given the option to vote Democrat to put a fresh new face in the House for Democrats. Pelosi is an anchor.
     
  18. Zombie

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    She's was effective in whipping votes to pass legislation. Majority leaders aren't really in charge of electoral stuff.
     
  19. framer

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    Seriously, though, these people need to be firehosed for the lame "Hay, hey, ho, ho" chant. I mean I can excuse or even support crazy, but you got to make it interesting.
     
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    Democrats had a filibuster proof majority and basically got Lilly Ledbetter (which apparently did nothing because they still complain about the issue) and Obamacare. They got Obamacare, but it almost destroyed the Democrat party. Seems like "effective leadership" should mean more than forcing people to drink poisoned koolaide.
     

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