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    Today, 09:37 AM
    Original objection sustained. Witness was not commenting on the search warrant at all. Witness was merely pointing out that "possible obstruction of justice" as a legal term can only mean "opportunity for entrapment", "fishing expedition" or both.
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    acptulsa replied to a thread Toxic femininity in Open Discussion
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    Today, 08:06 AM
    State of the Union
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    Today, 07:56 AM
    They forgot "Space capsule gets hole in it".
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    Today, 07:23 AM
    Huh?
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    Today, 06:17 AM
    And people are saying, "Please may I have another?" Not enough damage was done the first time? "He was fooled by his advisors." So, he has proven himself incapable of hiring the advisors he needs. Do you think "he got fooled" is polishing up his resumé? As for charts proving that he was merely business as usual before someone said "Covid" and he went full retard, did he promise us business as usual?
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    Today, 04:33 AM
    So, if they just said they found it while executing a search warrant, they didn't even need to execute a search warrant?
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    Today, 04:29 AM
    Not exactly a new phenomenon, but somehow it's still unexpected.
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    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    Where's that meme tax? Don't make me sic the Infernal Rerailer Service on this thread. Tell you what. It's on me--this time.
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    Yesterday, 07:45 PM
    This psyop is a beauty, isn't it? You start out saying I might be right, then within four dozen words you're slapping me with accusations of being "triggered", which to me means "throwing a hissy so I'll be treated like a victim", questioning my mental health and slapping derogatory alt-right labels on my thought process. Thanks, brother. But thank you for laying off preaching long enough to actually cite the evidence that has you thinking otherwise. I'm happy to look at it, myself. Yes, I'm sure there are plenty of powerful politicians who hate his guts. If you've been taking acting classes and playing unsatisfying roles very well indeed for decades in hope you might someday play King Lear, but a producer picks some software engineer in off the street to play that role, you will resent it. These are very ambitious, very selfish, very arrogant people. Of course there are rivalries. But that doesn't mean the show won't go on, or that the guy speaking the King Lear lines isn't acting a part. It doesn't matter how much hatred there is within this gang. You and I still ain't members of it. The top members of the Bloods may be vying for the top dog slot. But you know they'll set that aside long enough to mug us. I am not saying you don't see what you see. I'm just wondering why, instead of having a serious look at what I see, you prefer to use language like "triggers your neurotic TDS". You might find an explanation that fits all the facts if you keep an open mind. Do you think these people are encouraging libs to use words like "triggers" and conservatives to use acronyms like "TDS" to foster intelligent conversation?
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    Yesterday, 06:54 PM
    acptulsa replied to a thread Crenshaw 2024? in Liberty Campaigns
    It's not in my Webster's, which was printed on Memory-Hole-resistant paper in 1975. So, I claim Boomer's Rights. I don't have to recognize that as part of the English Language. Life isn't so short you can't invest the two extra keystrokes. The effort required is not serious.
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    Yesterday, 06:29 PM
    No bag. He held the pen, with which he signed off on hundreds of billions for Big Pharma. That is called a complicit act. This isn't someone fighting against it. This is someone who wants to pretend he doesn't own it, and wants his supporters to pretend he doesn't own it, but who does own it. I would like for you to have eyes to see. I would like to help you have eyes to see. But prying someone's eyes open isn't exactly a gentle process. Which is a statement you were agreeing with wholeheartedly until we got around to your eyes. Then suddenly it was nothing but an unnecessary piloerection. Clayton, brother, tell yourself you've been a fool and stop having blind faith in men. Everything I've said is right there in the record, for those with eyes to see it.
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    Yesterday, 06:05 PM
    And Republicans are deficit hawks who hate socialized medicine. So, if course, it was a Republican administration which did, indeed, start a new war--a chemical warfare attack which turned a financial war serious and a psychological war hot, and began killing people. A war on us. That partisan sword has two edges. It cuts both ways. Always has. And, yes, the "free" Trumpcine we're paying our fortunes and our lives for was technically a "domestic program". So was the "Space Force". But then, you didn't want to go deeper, did you? Don't blame you. Wise to keep to the shallows when you don't have a leg to stand on. Go listen to Mr. Oliver again. He'll do you good.
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    Yesterday, 05:42 PM
    They say they're for that stuff, and maybe they are. But when they can't even imagine the country without an FBI, refuse to consider the possibility that Trump must have started this inflation because it was already bad on January 6th, and though they hate CNN they refuse to vote for a primary candidate until CNN mentions his or her name, what good is that? Yeah, I'd love to find a use for the good intentions with which MAGAheads are paving our road to hell. I wanted to do the same with the few good things Dittoheads claimed to believe in. I wanted people to hold Reagan's feet to the fire and do right; he actually might have tried if anyone had pressured him to do so. Obviously I failed to find a way, as here we are. Which side. I want people to win and the Machine to lose. I want MAGAheads to win, which means Trump loses. Yes, that's what that means. Trump has chosen the side of evaporating savings and mRNA abortio--er, I mean miscarriages. And he has shown me no reason whatsoever to believe he has switched sides. I've been hearing presidents say, "Reelect me and I'll actually keep a few of my promises," since before you were born. File it under U for Unicorn. Maybe we can find a way to make use of this movement we started, the Tea Party co-opted and Trump exploited with the help of more MSM publicity than any other human being ever got since the beginning of time, except maybe Buddha, Mohammed and Jesus. Maybe. But the only thing we can rely on His Orangeness for is another hard screwing.
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    Yesterday, 05:25 PM
    Oh, sure, it doesn't take a Duesenberg to make red look good. But the Packard actually makes beige look good. Just kidding. But your Duesy and this Marmon have me asking a serious question. Who shoots a series of high quality photos of one of the world's most gorgeous phaetons and never puts the top down?
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    Yesterday, 04:58 PM
    Page what? Did someone say 1932?
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    acptulsa replied to a thread Crenshaw 2024? in Liberty Campaigns
    Making up words makes you look "unserious", too. Which is why no one has been taking the GOP very seriously since 2000, when Dubya popped up.
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    Yesterday, 04:38 PM
    And when you've been telling that person, "Get away from me and go die already, you ignorant anti-science baboon," it doesn't help. What makes you say that? The fact that the death, injury and financial woe he caused, which has dwarfed Dubya's little World Trade Center project on both counts, didn't really get to devaluing the dollar and killing people until after he bowed out and sabotaged his own election investigation? That's a nice source of plausible deniability, for those you mentioned with no concept how economics actually work. That's it. And it, too, is hard for normal people to wrap their heads around.
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    DP
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    Ever wonder why some coal hopper cars have a colored stripe painted up one end?
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