SuperLib comments

Posted in: Kremlin rubbishes 'stupid' claims that Trump a Russian agent See in context

I don't think Trump is an agent of Putin, but Trump knows Trump Tower Moscow doesn't get built without Putin's blessing and Trump is more than willing to kiss Russian butts to get it.

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Posted in: As shutdown lingers, Pelosi pushes Trump to delay State of Union speech See in context

Trump should release the hostages. He is getting blamed by a wide margin and he has no way out. Sign the bills the Democrats have passed and let the workers get paid.

You lost. Time to move on.

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Posted in: Blast claimed by Islamic State kills 19, including 4 U.S. personnel in Syria See in context

Didn't even make the headlines on Fox News.

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Posted in: Waiting for final Mueller report? It may be short on detail See in context

Should be fun if Dems get the report. Surely Trump and the GOP won't mind if Democrats selectively leak information out of context.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Bass:. They’re collecting unemployment...that’s about it....

You're free to bring up any unrelated side point that you'd like, as long as we both agree that the IG cleared them of any improper behavior with the investigation.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

But me guess.....no need to stop them?

All logic seems to point to Trunp not being able to stop it. Who lets a corrupt investigation continue while his buddies are going to jail and his son is being investigated?

Someone who can't stop it.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Nishikat: What if the State of NY indicts Donald Jr 

OMG that would be hilarious. Trump goes around saying there's no need to end the witch hunt and his son gets indicted on state crimes.

That would have to be the biggest "oopsie" in the history of leaders.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Bass:. Never said that

Awesome. So we agree that the IG cleared them of any improper actions with the investigation. This is true despite their white hot hated of Trump with the intensity of a million suns.

Strzok hated Trump, but it didn't impact his job performance. Done.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Bass:. and even if they were indicted, so their father pardons them and then?

Ah, is that why Trump doesn't stop the investigation? He lets the witch hunt continue, watches his son get convicted, then pardons him?

Wouldn't it be easier to end the witch hunt before his son is convicted? Just spitballing here.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

There's still the flip side - Fusion GPS, Hillary's campaign. And Comey. And Clapton. And Brenner. And Susan Rice. And FBI corruption at the top. May go all the way to the Top.

Yeah but the FBI is corrupt so any action they might take against any of these people would be the biggest political witch hunt in the history of the US, or however it goes, and a future Dem would have the absolute right to pardon them.

Or I guess we have the corrupt section of the FBI that investigates Trump and the clean section of the FBI that investigates Clinton? Who knows. It seems the FBI switches back and forth between corrupt and honest at the whim of Trump fans.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Miyam: Start looking at all sides in this whole Russia thing. Was the dossier false? Was the FISA court lied to? Who paid whom? Was the Hillary campaign in collusion with Russians? Did the Obama admin weaponize intel agencies against political opponents? Who are the deep state, those unelected usurpers of power?

Yet Trump says there’s no need to stop the investigation. As one Trump fan said, let him do his corrupt investigation, issue his silly report, and move on.

Too bad for Manafort. And Flynn. And Page. And Papadopoulos. And Stone. And Cohen.

No reason to stop it.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Blacklabel: I don’t believe that anyone believes that Manafort deserves to die in jail.

Oh well. No need to stop it. He dies in jail and some silly report comes out and we move on. Just like you said.

Seriously if Manafort gets to die in jail, that’s justice?

I think it’s a horrible injustice. But to you....no need to stop it.

Mueller has something on Manafort which will be forgiven if he simply implicates Trump (the actual target).

Cool. Trump will allow it. Silly report and move on and all that.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Bass: Yes, strange even when he whispered to Medvedev he would have more flexibility after his re-election

OMG No way. A politician said he wasn’t going to make any major changes during an election? Why isn’t Obama in jail like Manafort? All Manafort did was feed polling data to the Russians who were engaged in a campaign against Clinton after stealing her emails.

On what charge? What bogus charge will Mueller try and get him on?

Who cares as long as he ends up in jail? What’s Trump going to do, produce evidence of a witch hunt and stop everything? No need. Adios, Stone.

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Posted in: Mnuchin urges senators to support easing Russia sanctions See in context

Looks like Trump's Treasury Secretary is working hard to help Russian olegarchs. I wish him luck.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Mananfort, too. He’s going to die in jail.

But there’s really no reason for Trump to stop it since Mueller has nothing. Oh well for Manafort.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

blacklabel: It’s still a witch hunt and all those FBI people are still corrupt.

Well we got a few of Trump's people convicted so that's good. Seems odd that Trump lets it continue when people are being sentenced to jail by a corrupt witch hunt that can be justifiably stopped at any time by Trump.

Roger Stone must be thrilled that Trump lets it continue for no reason since he will probably be next to end up behind bars. Maybe Trump doesn't stop the investigation because he wants Stone to go to jail?

What do you think?

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

Yet 13 democratic investigators is enough evidence to prove that all of the FBI is corrupt.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

blacklabel: Because we know Mueller has nothing. Let him finish, put out some nonsense report and go away. 

Nah, that's not logical by any stretch of the imagination. No one screams about a corrupt witch hunt by the FBI on a sitting American President then turns around and tells us they're just going to sit back, wait for the report, and wait for it all to just go away. Completely illogical.

What is logical is Trump and his team smearing the investigation to turn people against it, but not having any actual evidence that could justify a termination. If he does it without evidence, then it's obvious obstruction, so he can't. So it continues and Trump and Hannity convince people such as yourself that it's the biggest political witch hunt in US history (that we should take no action against).

By the way, what do you think about Barr? You'd think he'd be saying something about the witch hunt, right? All I heard him say was the he was going to allow the witch hunt continue while interviewing for the job. I've been on interviews and I wouldn't tell a company about something that's wrong that I plan on ignoring.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

I don’t see how Trump fans could possibly support Barr. He’s clearly saying that he will let a corrupt investigation continue.

Or is this that, “let me tell you it’s corrupt but then say no one needs to be fired” thing Trump fans do? You know, where they argue with passion and conviction that the whole thing is corrupt then suddenly shrug and say there’s no need for Trump to stop it?

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Posted in: U.S. government partial shutdown drags into fourth week amid stalemate See in context

There really needs to be someone at the White House who can tell him he’s playing a losing hand, but it continues anyway.

Either they are telling him and he refuses to listen, or they are too afraid to speak up.

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general nominee vows to shield Russia probe from politics See in context

My guess is Mueller has close to what he needs. And the state charges are plugging along.

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Posted in: U.S. government partial shutdown drags into fourth week amid stalemate See in context

A vast majority of the people blame Trump and the GOP for the shutdown. It's their mess to clean up.

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Posted in: 2020 Democratic primary set to intensify See in context

I'm not quite sure I'm ready for the circus to start up again.

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Posted in: 40 years ago, passions ran high as last shah fled Iran See in context

Afyet 40 years they are responaible for the type of government they have today.

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Posted in: Top Republicans oppose emergency declaration as shutdown drags on See in context

It's really strange. It's like Trump fans want to create a reality where Trump didn't brag about owning the shutdown.

They are trying to create a new reality out of sheer will.

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Posted in: Trump says he has 'no idea' if deal can be made with Pelosi See in context

bass: Like the msm does every single day? No thanks.

OK, well, I guess I'll have to live with "no thanks." Not sure what it's about, but that should be a signal that this portion of the conversation is over.

this hostage taking from the Democrats 

How are the Democrats the hostage takers? They have signed bills waiting for Trump and the GOP to sign to put them back to work. But they don't. Why is that, bass? Another, "no thanks?"

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Posted in: Top Republicans oppose emergency declaration as shutdown drags on See in context

And again...

blacklabel last week:

Do you really believe if Trump opens the government Dems will suddenly negotiate in good faith? 

blacklabel today:

[the workers] are just being used as pawns by liberals to try to get Trump to reopen government without them having to do anything.

Last week you were of the opinion that the Dems wouldn't negotiate if Trump opened up the government, meaning they were being used by Trump for leverage. And this week the workers are pawns of Democrats.

And by the way, who owns the shutdown? Trump said he owned it a couple of weeks ago. But then suddenly that changed and the Democrats own it. Like.....that whole thing with Trump bragging about owning it never existed or something.

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Posted in: Top Republicans oppose emergency declaration as shutdown drags on See in context

blacklabel: Yes it’s not a good look to be going on expensive vacations funded by lobbyists who are trying to buy favors and their votes. Or do you support that now while federal workers aren’t being paid? Of course you are because it’s not about the workers they are just convenient pawns.

You sound pretty concerned about the workers today.

Last week:

It’s a voluntary job where people can quit anytime and come and go as they please.  The door is wide open, they can leave any time they like if they don’t like being non essential government employees who aren’t paid during shutdowns.  They can quit their job and get a new one at anytime.

I guess you decided to change up your strategy. Who knows which one you really believe.

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Posted in: Top Republicans oppose emergency declaration as shutdown drags on See in context

I really don't see any way out for Trump unless it's the national emergency since he's put everyone in an impossible position. He can't force Democrats to give in to his moving target demands and he doesn't have the votes to override. So we're stuck, and Trump keeps his hostages since releasing them weakens his bargaining position as one Trump supporter here pointed out.

The GOP has a dynamic called, "vote no, hope yes" and vice versa. That means a GOP Congressman is taking some hardline, fundamentalist position against something that we need like raising the debt ceiling. So they vote NO so they can tell their base they voted NO, but it passes anyway and they breathe a sigh of relief that they lost.

That could play out with the emergency. The GOP will support it, hoping it fails. If Trump wins in court then the GOP will have to deal with the fact they handed new powers to the President, which will be a Democrat in the future. This would be a "vote YES, hope NO."

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Posted in: Top Republicans oppose emergency declaration as shutdown drags on See in context

Blacklabel: Russia Russia Russia Putin Moscow Stormy. Can’t even keep to the topic of the shutdown because your side is losing.

Jeeze, black is here talking about Russia again. You just can't stop that guy from bringing it in to every thread.

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