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Old 09-28-2023, 09:22 AM   #3091
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Fetterman is such a fucking retard they had a pass a dress code so he would stop embarrassing the house.

Oh I’m sure he will go and be sad about it.
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Old 09-28-2023, 09:48 AM   #3092
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Old 09-28-2023, 12:03 PM   #3093
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Fetterman is such a fucking retard they had a pass a dress code so he would stop embarrassing the house.

Oh I’m sure he will go and be sad about it.
They removed dress code and then reinstated it. It was dumb to lift the dress code to begin with.
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Old 09-28-2023, 04:35 PM   #3094
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They removed dress code and then reinstated it. It was dumb to lift the dress code to begin with.
Schumer misjudged on that. He probably thought people would fall in line and making it a purely partisan play (My team versus their team). Glad to see that didn't happen for what seems like the first time in years. Maybe there is some hope for our Republic after all.
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Old 09-29-2023, 11:48 AM   #3095
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The maga infested republicans made absolute fools of themselves at their impeachment inquiry. Maybe they should concentrate on avoiding a shutdown. What an absolute clown show they are.
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Old 09-29-2023, 01:25 PM   #3096
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For Fact’s Sake: The president does not set the price of gas


Republican presidential candidate and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis fed his supporters a false promise: that he would deliver $2 gas if he wins in 2024. For Fact’s Sake, Ali Velshi explains why the president of this country does not have the power to tip the scales of the global oil market. No matter how much Ron DeSantis cries "woke" over President Joe Biden’s energy policy, $2 gas isn’t going to happen just because he says so.
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/bid...ses-us-history

Biden admin proposes plan to hold fewest offshore oil drilling leases in US history
Biden admin proposes three oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico, but rejects possible Alaska sale
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Old 09-30-2023, 06:43 PM   #3097
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Bowman’s office said it was an accident, and the congressman told reporters later Saturday: “I was trying to get to a door. I thought the alarm would open the door and I pulled the fire alarm to open the door by accident.”

Imagine someone actually believing this…clearly marked fire alarm


https://nypost.com/2023/09/30/rep-ja...hutdown-looms/

Socialist Rep. Jamaal Bowman pulls fire alarm as Dems try to delay vote on GOP stopgap spending bill

Democrats clearly trying to shutdown the government
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Old 10-01-2023, 10:51 AM   #3098
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Because Trump and MAGA have corrupted the party. That said given historical patterns the Dems wouldn't be calling on Menendez to resign if the modern GOP didn't find itself in the situation with Santos and Trump that they are in. (Dems don't want to undermine their actions against the more important GOP criminal elements by supporting their own criminals which given historical patterns they would have done - ie Ted Kennedy).
You're overthinking this nonniey. It is so fucking simple - he's got history with previous charges against him, his house is chock full of bribery payouts, he's the head of the Senate foreign relations committee so he holds tremendous influence. There's more red flags here than in China. If he's guilty (which I believe he is) he needs to be locked up and removed from office. It's that simple. Corrupt politicians are bad. Don't overthink this.
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Old 10-01-2023, 10:52 AM   #3099
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Side note: The federal government typically doesn't bring charges in cases it can't win. So if you get indicted by the feds, there's a really good chance you're guilty.

https://www.justsecurity.org/88890/t...-bob-menendez/

Good read on what a liability it is for Menendez to remain in office. He's gotta go.
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Old 10-01-2023, 01:41 PM   #3100
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You're overthinking this nonniey. It is so fucking simple - he's got history with previous charges against him, his house is chock full of bribery payouts, he's the head of the Senate foreign relations committee so he holds tremendous influence. There's more red flags here than in China. If he's guilty (which I believe he is) he needs to be locked up and removed from office. It's that simple. Corrupt politicians are bad. Don't overthink this.
Not really over thinking this at all. The first time he got indicted the Dems supported him even reelected him - now switch to today different circumstance. The thing I hate with what has happened to the GOP is they used to not elect/reelect/support their criminals when it became known they were criminals - that was a Dem thing to do. Trump and MAGA changed all that (to such a degree that it is mind boggling). (Examples would be Ollie North - lost enough GOP support that he lost in Red Virginia at the time, Nixon - H Baker and other GOPs politicians told him to resign or they would support impeachment).
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Old 10-01-2023, 06:59 PM   #3102
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Not really over thinking this at all. The first time he got indicted the Dems supported him even reelected him - now switch to today different circumstance. The thing I hate with what has happened to the GOP is they used to not elect/reelect/support their criminals when it became known they were criminals - that was a Dem thing to do. Trump and MAGA changed all that (to such a degree that it is mind boggling). (Examples would be Ollie North - lost enough GOP support that he lost in Red Virginia at the time, Nixon - H Baker and other GOPs politicians told him to resign or they would support impeachment).
I wouldn't know because that was 8 years ago, which is approximately 40 years in my timeline of politics.

For me it's simple. Corrupt politicians need to be removed from office and put in jail. He's corrupt. Proceed accordingly.

Also apparently 27 other Democratic senators have called for his resignation. That's approximately 25 more than conservative senators that have flipped on Trump.
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Old 10-03-2023, 01:16 PM   #3105
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History of toilet paper is so .. human. 1800s people wouldnt dare acknowledge that they pooped so no one would talk about it.

We would take newspapers in the toilet to wipe. Or sticks or cloth or moss or communal sponges on ends of sticks.

Then a newspaper started adding just empty pages.

Two brothers (Scott) started selling toilet paper on rolls in stores but everyone was too embarrassed to be seen buying them. So no one bough them.

Hotels started placing toilet paper rolls in their lobby bathrooms and suddenly everyone just so happened to need to take a poop when near a hotel lobby.

Flush toilets were starting to be introduced as well and the thicker newspaper would clog the pipes so as flush toilets became a household item .. so did the thinner softer toilet paper roll.

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beautiful human vanity to it all

To embarrassed to acknowledge that one poops .. so we all walked around with dingleberries and shit stained underwear.
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