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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnightrider View Post
    Who were the others and when?
    Should we start with Holder and fast and furious? .....and should I go on?
    When you lie down with dogs, you're going to get fleas....


    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    How is it that you don't see how crazy you sound when you do this?

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    Clinton.....Kenneth Starr....
    ...and should I go on?
    When you lie down with dogs, you're going to get fleas....


    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    How is it that you don't see how crazy you sound when you do this?

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    Sessions did not claim executive privilege...he stated on numerous occasions only the Presudent could do that....so what's your beef?
    When you lie down with dogs, you're going to get fleas....


    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    How is it that you don't see how crazy you sound when you do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird Dog View Post
    Sessions did not claim executive privilege...he stated on numerous occasions only the Presudent could do that....so what's your beef?
    His beef is the same old anti-Trump cry baby BS.

    Rather ask Where is the beef. This Russian BS has no beef.
    But you can't convince people who refuse to look at the facts.


    Remember these people wanted Hillary Clinton to be President so she could follow the last and most incompetent President in history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird Dog View Post
    I truly believe you should have a right to talk to your boss, wife, kids, lawyer, doctor and Priest without the world knowing about it.....
    Priest = Yes
    Lawyer = Yes

    All the others are open based on the legal situation. Physician records can be supena, all the others, the lawyer can simply ask you during cross-examination. The other side may object, but if a judge overrules that, then it's fair game....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnightrider View Post
    Besides, what happened since last week? http://www.politico.com/story/2017/0...y-trump-239146
    Have you been sleeping all week or what? Sessions didn't assert executive privilege and neither did Trump. So where's the watermelon?
    “In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act” - Geo Orwell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurk View Post
    Have you been sleeping all week or what? Sessions didn't assert executive privilege and neither did Trump. So where's the watermelon?
    Funny, Doc! Tucker just said leaks are like potato chips... you can't eat just one. :
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    I have to admit - I *loved* this bit ----

    COTTON: Mr. Sessions, are you familair with what spies call tradecraft?
    SESSIONS: A little bit.
    COTTON: That involves things like covert communications, and dead drops, and brush passes, right?
    SESSIONS: That is part of it.

    COTTON: Do you like spy fiction? John le Carre? Daniel Silva? Jason Matthews?

    SESSIONS: Yeah, and Alan Furst. David Ignatius, just finished Ignatius’ book.
    COTTON: Do you like Jason Bourne or James Bond movies?
    SESSIONS: Yes. I do.
    COTTON: Have you ever, in any of these fantastical situations, heard of a plotline so ridiculous, that a sitting United States senator and an ambassador of a foreign government colluded at an open setting, with hundreds of other people to pull off the greatest caper in the history of espionage?
    SESSIONS: Thank you for saying that, Senator Cotton. It’s just like through the looking glass. I mean, what is this? I explained how, in good faith, I had said, ‘I had not met with the Russians,’ because [Democrats were] suggesting that I as a surrogate had been meeting continuously with Russians. I said I didn’t meet with them. And now, the next thing you know, I’m accused of some reception, plotting some sort of influence campaign for the American election. It’s just beyond my capability to understand.

    And I have to admit, he has a point. Almost as ridiculous as the Truthers who somehow believed that tens of thousands of ordinary citizens knew the planes would hit the WTC and were all warned ahead of time - but somehow NO ONE ELSE knew about it.

    At the heart of any GOOD conspiracy idea - there's some kind of smoking gun. A dead body. An explosion. A fire. A verifiable actual crime. Large amounts of money. Even a large confluence of events that would be difficult to explain separately as coincidence. This whole thing has nothing. Nothing but a lost election that despite the shock and denial from the left - should NOT have been a shock.
    “Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.".Daniel Webster

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamSpade View Post
    I have to admit - I *loved* this bit ----

    COTTON: Mr. Sessions, are you familair with what spies call tradecraft?
    SESSIONS: A little bit.
    COTTON: That involves things like covert communications, and dead drops, and brush passes, right?
    SESSIONS: That is part of it.

    COTTON: Do you like spy fiction? John le Carre? Daniel Silva? Jason Matthews?

    SESSIONS: Yeah, and Alan Furst. David Ignatius, just finished Ignatius’ book.
    COTTON: Do you like Jason Bourne or James Bond movies?
    SESSIONS: Yes. I do.
    COTTON: Have you ever, in any of these fantastical situations, heard of a plotline so ridiculous, that a sitting United States senator and an ambassador of a foreign government colluded at an open setting, with hundreds of other people to pull off the greatest caper in the history of espionage?
    SESSIONS: Thank you for saying that, Senator Cotton. It’s just like through the looking glass. I mean, what is this? I explained how, in good faith, I had said, ‘I had not met with the Russians,’ because [Democrats were] suggesting that I as a surrogate had been meeting continuously with Russians. I said I didn’t meet with them. And now, the next thing you know, I’m accused of some reception, plotting some sort of influence campaign for the American election. It’s just beyond my capability to understand.

    And I have to admit, he has a point. Almost as ridiculous as the Truthers who somehow believed that tens of thousands of ordinary citizens knew the planes would hit the WTC and were all warned ahead of time - but somehow NO ONE ELSE knew about it.

    At the heart of any GOOD conspiracy idea - there's some kind of smoking gun. A dead body. An explosion. A fire. A verifiable actual crime. Large amounts of money. Even a large confluence of events that would be difficult to explain separately as coincidence. This whole thing has nothing. Nothing but a lost election that despite the shock and denial from the left - should NOT have been a shock.
    You made me think of Bush's 'shock and awe' of it all. I have already said here that the Dimmies will not get over their defeat, and want to take Trump down. That is like a wake up call to stupids that are not paying attention. Don't people get that the leapfrogs are not patriots to America, and want to change Her?
    ​​Like I said. JMO, yo! - Roman
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  10. #20
    With the exception of Joe <Why is he a Democrat> Manchin, democrats didn't have the least bit interest in the Russia hacking/collusion thing. Not one question about it. Nothing but a bunch of antagonistic gotcha questions.

    This has been, from the beginning, a pointless exercise; a chronic waste of time and our taxes. And, I'm extremely annoyed that the GOP (who has the majority) is allowing this to go on like this.
    "Never let the old man in." - Clint Eastwood quoting an old friend

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