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  1. republicans are going to go down that biden rabbit hole and find nothing. they'll still try to make something out of it, but it will appear pathetic compared to the testimony of many more officials that confirm the quid pro quo keep pushing the biden line. youre gonna reel it in and find your bait gone
  2. you may want to rethink your sanity so the election interference you staunchly claimed was a hoax now suddenly is real because it suits your purpose to put the blame on the ukraine for listening to a bribe from trump to try to dig dirt up on a political rival over the span of the last few months, nothing but empty nutjob conspiracies have emerged about the bidens, yet this is of such importance that we are going to allow the president to trade military aid for them trying to manufacture dirt on the bidens thats crazy thinking, man
  3. yes, allowing a president to use the office to blackmail allies into investigating political rivals is perfectly fine. nothing bad could ever come from that witch burning!!!! hahahahahaaaa get your silly posts quota in now, fellas. the tide is rising and thank god its going to wipe that shit dump off the beach
  4. thats why its so crucial that the bills start strong dont give cleveland a reason to be optimistic. if they get down early they know their entire season is on the brink. 2-7 is pretty much a death sentence for the playoffs. 3-6 is still doable, though unlikely, but a lot more possible than 2-7 if there was a game all season that the bills want to jump out to a lead its this one
  5. The impeachment inquiry has uncovered at least three examples of the quid pro quo between the Trump administration and Ukraine, where US military aid and a White House visit were used as leverage to secure an announcement that Ukraine was investigating President Donald Trump's rivals, according to documents and testimony from key witnesses. The question of whether there was a quid pro quo is at the heart of the impeachment inquiry. Trump has been adamant that he did nothing wrong and tweeted at least 15 times since the inquiry began that there was no quid pro quo. Yet many Democrats have said from the start that they saw evidence of Trump attempting to trade US military assistance for political favors from Ukraine. Legal analysts and experts on the impeachment process have said the investigation doesn't actually need to find incontrovertible proof of a quid pro quo for the House to impeach Trump. Nevertheless, after a month of interviews with senior Trump administration officials, lawmakers have unearthed at least three examples of the quid pro quo. https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/06/politics/trump-ukraine-quid-pro-quo-three-examples/index.html there will be several more drippity drip drip
  6. its only you that allows that to exist in your mind. you could rid yourself of it permanently right now if you just willed yourself to. its a destructive imaginary construct that you keep alive, similar to blacks that want to pretend "the struggle" still exists because they are familiar with it just let it go. it doesnt serve you. in fact, YOU are serving IT thats ridiculous. they are two different things. males in general are too macho anyway, too undeveloped emotionally. the expression of gayness isnt going to turn men into sissies. but the practice necessary to achieve compassion and respect for lbgtz4vq will help males shed some of their over-macho beliefs and behavior
  7. it is the same situation as philly - fortunately not as realistic for the browns as they are further away from recovering, but they should at least enter the game fired up with a week of higher than normal practice intensity. they will fold faster than philly if they get down bc 3-6 is a lot further away from the playoffs than 3-4, but if we let cleveland think they can win the game early it will be a battle the whole way in fact, thats what i think happens. cleveland jumps out to an early lead, the bills struggle to catch up, and the browns hold on 24-21
  8. She said an early version of the quid pro quo was conveyed to the Ukrainians At this July 10 sit-down between Trump administration officials and Ukrainian officials, Hill said, Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland “blurted out” that there was an agreement: Ukraine’s president would get a meeting with President Donald Trump, if Ukraine agreed to launch certain investigations. Hill testified that National Security Adviser John Bolton reacted very badly to this — first ending the meeting, and later telling her, in rather colorful terms, to report it to the NSC’s lawyer, John Eisenberg. “He told me, and this is a direct quote,” Hill said, “‘You go and tell Eisenberg that I am not part of whatever drug deal Sondland and [acting White House Chief of Staff Mick] Mulvaney are cooking up on this.’” Her testimony on the events she did witness certainly gives the sense that she thought something was dreadfully amiss regarding Ukraine policy in the Trump administration. The meeting in question, on July 10, brought two of President Volodymyr Zelensky’s top advisers, Andrey Yermak and Oleksandr Danylyuk, to the White House, to meet with Bolton, Hill, and other officials from the NSC. The now-famous “Three Amigos” who had taken on a major role in directing Ukraine policy — Sondland, Special Representative to Ukraine Kurt Volker, and Energy Secretary Rick Perry — also attended. At first, Hill said, the meeting was ordinary. The Ukrainians asked for advice on streamlining their own national security council. They also were pressing their demand for a White House meeting between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky — but Bolton was unwilling to commit to one yet. That, Hill says, is when Sondland “blurted out: Well, we have an agreement with the Chief of Staff for a meeting if these investigations in the energy sector start.” “We all kind of looked up and thought that was somewhat odd,” Hill testified, and Bolton “immediately stiffened and ended the meeting.” Sondland, however, asked both the Americans and the Ukrainians to move with him to another room, to discuss next steps. Bolton chose not to go. But he told Hill, in her recounting: “Go down to the Ward Room right now and find out what they’re talking about and come back and talk to me.” She did so, and she recounted what she’d heard to the impeachment investigators: “Ambassador Sondland, in front of the Ukrainians, as I came in, was talking about how he had an agreement with Chief of Staff Mulvaney for a meeting with the Ukrainians if they were going to go forward with investigations. And my director for Ukraine was looking completely alarmed.” Afterward, she said she reported back to Bolton, who told her: “You go and tell [NSC lawyer John] Eisenberg that I am not part of whatever drug deal Sondland and Mulvaney are cooking up on this.” https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/11/8/20955523/fiona-hill-transcript-impeachment-testimony drip
  9. yes because bribing /blackmailing foreign countries to investigate our political rivals is something we should let our presidents do
  10. Why do you have such a problem with their freedom of expression? I mean just as a basis, they have a right to express themselves. If they want to do it in bizarre fashion show then I don't see why that's a problem It's only a problem if you make it one. It's like a self-inflicted wound when it happens
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