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  • #16
    Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post
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    While I'm not sure who will have more dirt turned up when the shovel is applied, if past history is any indicator, it's going to be the Democrats.

    This is going to get uglier and the Democrats won't avoid rolling in the mud with Trump who obviously relishes the opportunity to do so.
    It gets more interesting.

    Biden and his apologists at the CorruptNewsNetwork have vehemently insisted that he knew nothing about Hunter's work at Burisma.
    I wonder what VP Biden's former staff will say? I wonder what the paper trail will say?
    Expect subpoenas for all of them.

    My guess is that Obama & Biden were well aware of it

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Freebird View Post

      It gets more interesting.

      Biden and his apologists at the CorruptNewsNetwork have vehemently insisted that he knew nothing about Hunter's work at Burisma.
      I wonder what VP Biden's former staff will say? I wonder what the paper trail will say?
      Expect subpoenas for all of them.

      My guess is that Obama & Biden were well aware of it
      I do not think his comment was about Joe Biden. If past history is used as a guide, Biden is wayyyy cleaner than Trump. You like it or not, Joe Biden has a profile that gives him a big advantage over Trump based on how he has conducted himself as a family man and as a politician with decades of experience and way less controversies in contrast to the short and full of mud political career of the current president.. People can see when pigs are desperate for dragging a person in the mud to make him look like them.
      Last edited by pamak; 06 Dec 19, 00:46.
      My most dangerous mission: I landed in the middle of an enemy tank battalion and I immediately, started spraying bullets killing everybody around me having fun up until my computer froze...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by pamak View Post

        I do not think his comment was about Joe Biden. If past history is used as a guide, Biden is wayyyy cleaner than Trump. You like it or not, Joe Biden has a profile that gives him a big advantage over Trump based on how he has conducted himself as a family man and as a politician with decades of experience and way less controversies in contrast to the short and full of mud political career of the current president.. People can see when pigs are desperate for dragging a person in the mud to make him look like them.
        Biden's biggest problem, whoever he faces, is that he's just not that bright. He's been caught repeatedly plagiarizing both in college and as a politician. Not that big a deal. But, overall, he's just not that sharp a guy. I suppose he's nice enough if you can look past his fondling women and sniffing their hair...

        I think if he were the Democrat nominee the debates would be cringe worthy because Biden is going to say some stupid stuff. He has a history of it and seemingly can't help himself.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post


          I think if he were the Democrat nominee the debates would be cringe worthy because Biden is going to say some stupid stuff. He has a history of it and seemingly can't help himself.
          There isn't really another electable candidate in the top tier

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Freebird View Post

            There isn't really another electable candidate in the top tier
            I've been calling the Democrat line up "The Three Stooges and Seven Dwarves." That is, you have Biden the crazy uncle who everybody hopes won't show up for the family reunion... Sort of like Randy Quade's character in the National Lampoon movies. Then there's the old-school over-the-hill Socialist, Sanders, and of course the utter and complete fraud Warren. Then you have some other "dwarves" and nobody can name all of them.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post

              I've been calling the Democrat line up "The Three Stooges and Seven Dwarves." That is, you have Biden the crazy uncle who everybody hopes won't show up for the family reunion... Sort of like Randy Quade's character in the National Lampoon movies. Then there's the old-school over-the-hill Socialist, Sanders, and of course the utter and complete fraud Warren. Then you have some other "dwarves" and nobody can name all of them.
              Pete Buttigieg might be the "dark horse" which can win the race. Perhaps he is not the strongest favorite, but from what I read, his rise among the top Democrats has been impressive and he seems to be at the top in Iowa (IIRC). A few early victories develop their own momentum.
              My most dangerous mission: I landed in the middle of an enemy tank battalion and I immediately, started spraying bullets killing everybody around me having fun up until my computer froze...

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              • #22
                One must be very stupid to start an impeachment of which one knows it will fail .
                The whole thing proves
                a that the hatred of the Democrats fopr Trump is greater than their intelligence: the Romans already said : quos vult perdere Jupiter dementat prius : the gods make first mad those they want to destroy .
                b that there is a ultra left wing group in the Democratic party who prefers Trump to win than Biden .The impeachment will hurt Biden .Harshly . And it can prevent him from getting the nomination ,which cause mean that an unelectable Democrat as Warren or Sanders would bevome candidate .Or an admirer of Castro as Barbara Lee .
                This also proves that the gods make first mad those they want to destroy .
                Whatever the failure of the impeachment will cause a Democratic civil war . In an election year .
                Nice . Very nice .

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post

                  I would add, that like Clinton's case, it will hurt the Democrats in the next election. Worse, it will set precedent for the next time one party wants to pillory the other. It's a case of Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.
                  Trying hard to be the Man, that my Dog believes I am!

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