Chip Star comments

Posted in: Sanders eyes 'bigger' 2020 bid despite some warning signs See in context

It's past time for all these old, entrenched politicians to step aside.

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Posted in: Trump keeps up pressure on Democrats over border wall See in context

Quick! Create a distraction from the Mueller investigations. Whip up ignorance driven fear about the southern border!

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Posted in: Pet black bear kills caretaker See in context

Moral of the story: Don't keep wild animals as pets.

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Posted in: U.S., China reach 90-day ceasefire on tariffs in trade dispute See in context

Not if it’s signed into law, checkmate, kudos to the President. 

Yes, it's not as if the next president can't undo laws like Trump had done. Only Trump the Almighty can gut laws.

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Posted in: 18-yr-old girl found dead at river; father found nearby in apparent suicide attempt See in context

How do you know this is a situation where a man has killed his daughter, when it has not been concluded by the people who are investigating it, and the man has not even been questioned?

Exactly.

There's a high probability that the father attempted to kill himself out of grief after finding the corpse of his daughter.

There's also a high probability that the father tried to kill himself out of grief after witnessing his daughter commit suicide.

Additionally, there is a high probability the father tried to kill himself out of grief after witnessing someone else kill his daughter.

Furthermore, there is a high probability the daughter tried to kill the father and then killed herself.

That question needs to be answered before yours has any relevance.

Incorrect. The father having a motive - a secret - would shed light on whether the father did kill his daughter. Who killed the daughter does not need to be answered before the question of if the father had a motive to do it is relevant.

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Posted in: Vegas man convicted of bilking thousands of Japanese in Ponzi scheme See in context

If he was really smart he would have done this in Japan where he would get a suspended sentence because of his age

His age coupled with his family name.

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Posted in: G20 agrees on trade, migration; U.S. goes its own way on climate See in context

I don’t and as I have said before, I care about the US, I don’t hat other countries do, that’s none of my concern. People can believe in anything they want and if they want to buy into the hype, go for it.

Science is not something you "believe in" because it's demonstrable, which means it's real. Things like god, zombies, and fairies are things you believe in because they are not demonstrable.

People that don't accept science have zero to contribute to this conversation because they are ignorant and lack the intellectual capacity to educate themselves.

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Posted in: After Cohen plea, U.S. Democrats in Congress eye other Trump allies' testimony See in context

For those of you who are ignorant enough to claim Mueller has nothing related to collusion:

A pattern of deception by advisers to President Donald Trump, aimed at covering up Russia-related contacts during the 2016 campaign and transition period, has unraveled bit by bit in criminal cases brought by special counsel Robert Mueller.

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Posted in: Former U.S. President George H W Bush dies at 94 See in context

Then he raised taxes at the demand of Congress. I

Maybe Bush I should have had enough of a backbone to resist Congress.

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Posted in: White House staffers admonished for posting political tweets See in context

So then hiding an email server in restaurant restroom and later destroying 33,000 emails and and smashing the HD is moral but not stupid?

You know what's not moral? Lying, which is what happens when you repeat demonstrably incorrect falsehoods:

Boian told Jenkins that the server - which was handed over to the FBI on Wednesday - was never kept in Denver, but in a secure data center in New Jersey.

He added that reports that any server was ever housed in a bathroom closet in a Denver apartment were erroneous.

https://www.google.com/amp/insider.foxnews.com/amp/article/44208

Conservatibes never fail to be inaccurate. ROFL! Smh.

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Posted in: Billionaire Bloomberg donates $50 mil to opioid crisis See in context

Bloomberg has donated more than Trump's net worth!

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Posted in: After Cohen plea, U.S. Democrats in Congress eye other Trump allies' testimony See in context

 So no surprise Cohen will say whatever he has to in order to reduce his sentence, remember, he is a father.

Remember, Mueller isn't going to believe anything Cohen says without corroborating evidence, no prosecutor does when cutting a deal.

This is all so much fun. It will get even better once the subpoenas party in the House starts next year. Subpoenas for all of Trump's associates and contempt charges for those that resist! Oh, what fun this is going to be.

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen pleads guilty to lying about Moscow tower project See in context

And neither can most liberals.

At least you admit you have no answer.

I think that would be a matter of opinion which swings both ways.

Nope. Weak arguments are objectively identifiable. Like the immediately above.

Well, if you want to believe that. As far as how deep the lies were, we don’t know or if some of the statements were fabricated. We weren’t there for the interrogations.

I have nothingbof substance . . . Quick! Make up a conspiracy theory about the FBI forcing people into lying.

No, he can’t, but he can pardon the others

And the rule of law be damned!

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen pleads guilty to lying about Moscow tower project See in context

Looks like the subpoena Larry had already been planned!

*In choosing targets for inquiry in 2019-2020, senior party leaders will be guided, in part, by 64 subpoena requests made by House Oversight Committee Democrats in 2016-2018 that were blocked by Republicans then in power in the House.*

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen pleads guilty to lying about Moscow tower project See in context

*Burke stopped representing Trump in May in a sharp break. In letters filed in county courts and to a state property tax appeal board, Burke said “irreconcilable differences” with the Trump Organization led him to halt his work on behalf of the firm entirely. He stepped aside in five cases in progress that argued for millions of dollars in refunds of property tax.*

The good times keep rolling!

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen pleads guilty to lying about Moscow tower project See in context

I'll admit the guy is a source of major irritation, wasting millions in taxpayer money

He has secured enough guilty pleas/verdicts to justify the cost. Justice is hard to value monetarily.

and the damage he's doing to the justice system.

Incorrect. The damage to the justice system is coming from conspiracy theories that disparage professionals.

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen pleads guilty to lying about Moscow tower project See in context

Just one of the many things the House Dems are going to do which will guarantee them losing the House, probably for good, in 2020.

You mean if the rock-solid economy turns and the Dems don't find anything. (Hold your breath that they won't.). Oh, what a wonderful time we're about to have!

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen pleads guilty to lying about Moscow tower project See in context

Mueller has now gone off the rails and is purposefully creating “crimes” with perjury traps. That have absolutely nothing to do with the mandate he was given to find so called Russia interference and collusion.

Pure desperation. Re-read Mueller's mandate. Oh, and just wait for the subpoena party the house is planning for February!

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen pleads guilty to lying about Moscow tower project See in context

 add to the fact that Cohen lied and thereby disqualified himself as a truly reliable witness 

Good thing cohen's testimony isn't the only evidence available. When he corroborates other evidence as an insider; his testimony will become more credible, which is also what will happen when there is evidence to corroborate his testimony.

Education goes a long way in understanding the justice system.

"Why are you so eager to have convicted criminals set free?"

I want to ask liberals the same question.

We're not. That's why we are appalled by this.

Now that ive answered, please do so in return.

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Posted in: Two Koreas start landmark journey for railway reconnection See in context

The DPRK will never give up its nukes; they are the only thing capable of deterring the US.

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Posted in: Abe, Macron arranging to meet at G20 to discuss Nissan-Renault alliance See in context

Governments should not be involved.

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Posted in: Trump cancels meeting with Putin over Russia's seizure of Ukrainian vessels See in context

What is Europe doing?

Its their backyard. They should be taking the lead on this while Ukraine - Russia situation, not the U.S

Agreed. That said, Europe hasn't been able to take care of its own problems since before WWII.

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Posted in: Trump cancels meeting with Putin over Russia's seizure of Ukrainian vessels See in context

Collusion that has already happened is being investigated. Murderers have helped old ladies across the street in the past... that doesn't suddenly make their crimes disappear. Russian trolls are so dumb.

You're wasting your time trying to reason with people so ignorant they can only see in black and white unless they are spinning a conspiracy theory.

Every time a conservative opens their mouth, utter stupidity is about to flow therefrom.

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Posted in: Trump tests presidential limits with threat to General Motors See in context

Yes and that might be a good thing, because now the company can focus on making cars that the people want.

How exactly does GM closing plants equate to Trump creating jobs? That is some illogical nonsense.

Oh my...

Oh my indeed . . . Obama inherited an economy the republicans pushed into an abyss and Trump inherited a fundamentally strong economy from Obama.

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Posted in: Trump tests presidential limits with threat to General Motors See in context

Trump isn't canning capitalism he's canning the closing of plants in America, Trump couldn't care less if GM closed Canadian or Mexican automotive plants.

The closing of plants in America is capitalism at work.

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Posted in: As Trump renews border wall demands, U.S. government shutdown looms See in context

It's surprising that black would even want to point out something that only shows their outrage to have been manufactured back then.

Trump supporters are all over the place because they lack the intellectual capacity to be consistent.

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Posted in: Trump tests presidential limits with threat to General Motors See in context

Trump sure loves meddling in the free market, and his supporters lap it up. We have communists parading as conservatives.

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Posted in: 3 U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan blast See in context

Why hasn't Trump used his master negotiating skills to get us out of Afghanistan?

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Posted in: Manafort denies ever meeting with Wikileaks' Assange See in context

Success? Nothing about Russia at all, nothing;g that puts the President that he colluded with anyone. Still in office, won’t be removed....like digging for truffles.

It's always humorous when conservatives display their ignorance of how investigations work.

Nixon? The FBI under Hoover has always had a history with corruption, so no surprise here.

The FBI hasn't been under Hoover for decades, so you cannot use "has always had." Sweet writing skills.

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Posted in: Manafort denies ever meeting with Wikileaks' Assange See in context

manafort couid gave been handled within the regular justice system.

He was.

This was neither a trump nor election related issue. 

It was. Who have Wikileaks the emails? Who did Manafort coordinate with to benefit Trump during the election?

> Just given to mueller to try to force him to “flip” on Trump. Which he didn’t, or can’t because nothing happened. 

It wasn't "given" to Mueller, Mueller uncovered it during the course of his investigations.

Why are conservatives so soft on crimes committed by other conservatibes but so harsh on imaginary crimes not committed by liberals? It sure makes conservatives look even more like jackasses.

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