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Actually, in the afternoon session, Mueller opened up a lot, not only on Obstruction, but also

the real crime -- working, encouraging Russians. In his report, he pretty mush let trump and the campaign completely off the hook for conspiracy, collusion, cooperation, whatever you want to call it.

In afternoon, he either said, or answered, "Yes" to several questions about trump being unethical, immoral, unpatriotic, and pretty darn close to criminal.

As far as Obstruction, pretty much during both hearings, he was saying -- "Look, do I have to spell it out for you, Congress has to decide what to do with Obstruction."


He pretty much wimped out with his Report, but he was much less wimpy in the afternoon. Maybe he was just getting tired of the whole thing.

In any event, just happy I'm not hearing some ignorant media talking head using the term "Four Corners of the Report," over and over, trying to sound like an insider.

I agree, that's the real threat.

Have you read about tribunals and looked at the cases that arose under NAFTA.

No country lost their sovereignty.

My cat is named Atticus.

+1.

I wish you success in straightening the mess out with all your answers.

Don't really see Obama is "pushing" it. His admin is involved in talks, as well they should be.

He won't get fast track authority, nor can anyone show he actually wants it. At some point, if he comes out "pushing" a genuinely "crappy" trade deal, I'll jump on the trash Obama bandwagon. At this point, I don't think he's sold us down the river as some insinuate.

That's what I'm saying, unless military was going to take him seriously, he had no choice

but to put up with it, or walk off. His buddies didn't like him, his superior offered him nothing when he asked about leaving sensitive equipment. I think he was so despondent that he decided getting killed by Taliban was no worse than putting up with killing Afghans and staying among the gung-ho "dog-tags."

Heck, they never should have taken him in Army after he was discharged from Coast Guard.

Wayne LaPierre, Grover Norquist, Teddy Nugent, and Big Jim Porter agree.

Their members aren't what they are there for.

And sorry, a whole lot of their members are right wing bigots perfectly happy with the NRA's right wing agenda.

And, they don't let people walk around with guns at their events, like we are forced to put up with through laws passed with help of NRA lobbying funds.
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