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Shabibilicious last won the day on December 30 2015

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  1. Farmer welfare....what's not to like? Unless of course you're one of those small family farmers who lost his homestead months ago due to Trump's tough tariffs. The farmers receiving this welfare should thank their lucky stars the 2020 presidential election is just around the corner, otherwise no check. Just like Dems, Trump knows how to purchase votes too. GO RV, then BV
  2. Other than during your navy (wink) stint, when have you ever done what you were told to do? GO RV, then BV
  3. It's interesting, as I've noticed a pattern since the rise of Trump...Honest people such as yourself cranman, who generally back Trump, occasionally make brutally truthful statements like yours here that causes the right and left to share blame, and it confuses the right wing masses so much that they completely ignore your comment like it never happened. It's very telling. GO RV, then BV
  4. Interesting opinion, Kevin. The republican committee members are indeed cross examining the witnesses though, so one must conclude that these proceedings are legitimate, or the Republicans would have simply skipped the whole thing and not shown up. In fact the opposite is true....they actually went out and head hunted Jim Jordan to be on this committee so he could perform the bull dog questioning he's become known for. That seems pretty legit to me. Have a nice weekend and let's see what next week's circus brings. GO RV, then BV
  5. I know that all of the things I mentioned above are really important....the things, by your statement, you consider irrelevant. GO RV, then BV
  6. I don't's wedding, birth of one's children, life saving surgery, etc etc....all seem pretty important. Pass it on. GO RV, then BV
  7. It would be useful to know what Donald meant by "she's going to go through some things"....What does that mean? If she's simply being recalled/fired then that is just one thing, not "some things". What else could he possibly do to her besides fire her? Sounds eerie to me and very intimidating.....Guido speak, if you will.....which as history has shown, very seldom ends positively for the person being talked about. GO RV, then BV
  8. While I appreciate the time and effort you put forth here, you still completely ignored my point/question. What is keeping Mulvaney, Guiliani, Bolton, etc etc from simply interviewing with the Republican members of the committees? Just call them up and spill the beans, easy peasy. Would that not help them defend Trump? There's simply no reason for Trump to keep them from doing that unless he's concerned what they might say. That said, as I've asked you twice now.....I must conclude we are at an impasse and must simply agree to disagree. GO RV, then BV
  9. Looks like there are some serious trust issues in Donald's world........People who are untrustworthy tend to view everybody else as untrustworthy. GO RV, then BV
  10. For the Guardian skeptics among us. Rudy Giuliani says he has 'insurance' if Trump tries to throw him under the bus in the impeachment process Business Insider•November 15, 2019 Trump Giuliani REUTERS/Carlo Allegri President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani told The Guardian that he had "insurance" should the president seek to set him up as a fall guy in House Democrats' impeachment investigation. Giuliani's lawyer quickly interjected that the remark was a joke — but the answer was telling nonetheless. In recent days, reports have emerged that senior Republicans are mulling throwing Giuliani under the bus to distance Trump from the deal Giuliani was attempting to broker in Ukraine. Giuliani has denied wrongdoing in relation to his activities in Ukraine, arguing that he was simply doing his job as Trump's defense attorney. President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani has hinted that he has "insurance" should the president abandon him amid House Democrats' impeachment investigation. In an interview with The Guardian, the former New York mayor was asked whether he was nervous the president might decide to throw him under the bus. The House is investigating claims Trump abused his office in waging a pressure campaign, in which Giuliani played a key role, for Ukraine to announce investigations meant to benefit Trump politically. "I'm not, but I do have very, very good insurance, so if he does, all my hospital bills will be paid," Giuliani remarked in the article, published Thursday. At this point in the call Giuliani's own attorney, Robert Costello, interjected to say: "He's joking." The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Even as a joke, the remark comes against a backdrop of suggestions that Giuliani could be cut loose by the Republican establishment in an effort to protect Trump. As pressure on Trump continues to grow amid the first US presidential impeachment inquiry in two decades, reports are emerging that senior Republicans are considering using Giuliani as a fall guy. Axios reported that they were mulling portraying him as a rogue actor who sought to broker a deal with Ukraine without the president's full knowledge. Giuliani in the interview insisted that Trump was a "very loyal guy" who would not abandon an ally. He said he had spoken with him after the first day of the impeachment hearings Wednesday, when the top US diplomat in Ukraine, Bill Taylor, and a top State Department official, George Kent, said Giuliani played a pivotal role in the campaign to pressure Ukraine to investigate both the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and a conspiracy theory that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 US elections. The impeachment inquiry is focused on whether Trump corruptly sought to advance his personal interest in seeking the investigations and used withheld held military aid as leverage. Giuliani has denied wrongdoing and maintains he was simply doing his job as Trump's attorney in seeking the investigations. "I acted properly as his lawyer," Giuliani told The Guardian. "I did what a good lawyer is supposed to do. I dug up evidence that helped to show the case against him was false, that there was a great deal of collusion going on someplace else other than Russia. "And then I stepped on the number one minefield, which is Joe Biden, who is heavily protected by the Washington press corps." GO RV, then BV
  11. It seems any information Trump would allow his staunchest handlers to give to the Republican members of the committees would be useful in defending him. Weird that he would keep them from that. GO RV, then BV
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