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Old 10-07-2018, 06:14 PM   #76
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U right, Senate Judiciary Committee is just as qualified to investigate potential criminal matters as the FBI.

Is it true the FBI had to get permission from the WH as to who they could interview? Idk, but this liberal rag called the Washington Examiner certainly seems to think so.
Again, its the left who wanted an fbi investigation and now cries after the fbi (which is no friend of this white house and would leak a turnip if they thought it hurts trump) found nothing.

If judge or her friend had said anything at all that corroborated it flake manchin collins and especially mikursky would have highlighted it as a reason for voting no.
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Old 10-07-2018, 06:18 PM   #77
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U right, Senate Judiciary Committee is just as qualified to investigate potential criminal matters as the FBI.

Is it true the FBI had to get permission from the WH as to who they could interview? Idk, but this liberal rag called the Washington Examiner certainly seems to think so.
Also, again are you saying that doctor ford purposely withheld information from the judiciary committee? Or maybe that her lawyers did so they could use the fbi?(i actually might believe that scenario, but again if they purposefully withheld information wouldnt that be obstruction?)
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Old 10-07-2018, 06:51 PM   #78
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Also, again are you saying that doctor ford purposely withheld information from the judiciary committee? Or maybe that her lawyers did so they could use the fbi?(i actually might believe that scenario, but again if they purposefully withheld information wouldnt that be obstruction?)
I'm not saying Ford did anything, because I'm not her.

Phrasing should help. We wanted an open FBI investigation, which means the FBI doesn't have to ask WH permission to do their jobs.

But if I was Dr. Ford, who would I rather investigate the matter? The clearly pro-Kavanaugh Judiciary committee or the FBI?

Let's be honest Cred. The whole thing was a sham because the committee already knew which way they were voting unless of course there was indisputable evidence of transgressions. Which there wasn't.

Who in their right mind thought Kavanaugh's close buddies would back up what Ford was saying?
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Old 10-07-2018, 10:03 PM   #79
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I'm not saying Ford did anything, because I'm not her.

Phrasing should help. We wanted an open FBI investigation, which means the FBI doesn't have to ask WH permission to do their jobs.

But if I was Dr. Ford, who would I rather investigate the matter? The clearly pro-Kavanaugh Judiciary committee or the FBI?

Let's be honest Cred. The whole thing was a sham because the committee already knew which way they were voting unless of course there was indisputable evidence of transgressions. Which there wasn't.

Who in their right mind thought Kavanaugh's close buddies would back up what Ford was saying?
I agree the whole thing was a sham but i also believe if her friend had in any way at all corroborated her story, even just as simple as saying she went to a party like that with dr ford the nomination would have died. When her self described close friend refused to support any of the accusation i think the whole episode was doomed
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Innocent until proven guilty. Probably the # 1 greatest thing about our country. Do guilty people get away with stuff, yep, it happens. Is that better than the alternative, yes it is, and its not close. I really hope we stay in this amazing country where this stays true.
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Mike Pence...................



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Old 10-08-2018, 11:57 AM   #82
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All the women that are throwing fits over Kavanaugh who supported Bill Clinton when he was accused by 3 women of sexual assault. The left also treated those ladies like trash. Remember comments like "Dragging a $100 though a trailer park", "Bimbo Eruption".
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All the women that are throwing fits over Kavanaugh who supported Bill Clinton when he was accused by 3 women of sexual assault. The left also treated those ladies like trash. Remember comments like "Dragging a $100 though a trailer park", "Bimbo Eruption".
No ,sorry don't recall any of that.
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Old 10-08-2018, 04:27 PM   #84
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No ,sorry don't recall any of that.
You really don't recall Paula Jones, Leslie Millwee, Kathleen Willey, & Juanita Broaddrick accusing Bill Clinton of sexual assault and the attacks on them.
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You really don't recall Paula Jones, Leslie Millwee, Kathleen Willey, & Juanita Broaddrick accusing Bill Clinton of sexual assault and the attacks on them.
............"the attacks on them" ,no.
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Lol....selective memory
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Lol....selective memory
I see you still haven't bought a mirror.
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Old 10-10-2018, 04:46 PM   #88
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Republican Party.


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The Republican Party's relentless ploys to pull the Supreme Court as far right as possible have been paying off for a while now, from partisan gerrymandering to attacking public sector unions. And in one of its first acts for its new session, the Court may have just ensured that Republicans hold the Senate in the midterms.

On Tuesday, the Court declined to hear a challenge to North Dakota's voter I.D. laws by a vote of 6-2 (with Brett Kavanaugh not participating), upholding a lower court decision that will likely prevent thousands of Native Americans from voting in November. North Dakota has a large population of Native Americans and Senator Heidi Heitkamp is considered the most vulnerable Democratic senator up for reelection this year. Per Mother Jones
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Doesnt 6-2 with no Kavanaugh imply a pretty substantial agreement among the justices since 2 pure non conservative justices sided with the majority.

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Old 10-11-2018, 03:31 PM   #90
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The Republicans are just blatantly trying to steal elections now.......................


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