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Indictment for obstruction of justice in the Mueller investigation should have been almost immediate

Now I feel like I'm being mocked.

I really don't care what the consequences to my posting privileges on this site will be but I feel enraged enough to proclaim it: Merrick Garland is turning into a disgrace.

First "defund the police" and now giving the right to vote to non-citizens.

I'm sorry, but this is just ill-advised if we want to hang on to power:


The jury has reached a decision.

New York Times is reporting.

Is Rittenhouse crapping his pants right now?

The rightwingers I know thought that this would be a quick acquittal. But time is passing, and passing, and passing.... which by now means, of course, that somebody on the jury believes he's guilty of at least one major charge.

Maybe even REAL tears by now.

Yes, I know... this didn't deserve its own thread.

Watching Bannon live. He's not discussing his indictment.


I am utterly convinced that the major driver in politics is the price of gasoline

Most of Americans are just that short-sighted.

Prove me wrong.

This week: the Return of ABBA!

The critics dissed them, I loved them. Simple lyrics but smashingly catchy tunes.


Saw the Rolling Stones last night in Charlotte

Can't say it was the best concert I've ever attended (that would be Coldplay), but it was ultra-polished, super professional, almost perfect studio-quality sound, and I was in the same building with a god. Mick's energy has to be seen to be believed.

Cyber Ninja fraudit report says Arizona election should not be certified

"In the 2020 presidential election, the margin of victory was only 10,457 votes, a small fraction of the 57,734 ballots with known issues."

"Based on these actual findings, the election should not be certified, and the reported results are not reliable."


My suggestion to Dems for handling the debt ceiling: IGNORE IT

Continue government functions as usual. What's anybody going to do about it?

It breaks Federal law? So? The previous administration set precedent, over and over, for breaking law. We don't play that way, you say? Well, it's high time we do. Two can play that game, and it might just send the message to those other guys that laws should be taken seriously. In other words, doing it THIS time might be good for the long run.
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