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Skariff2 67M
4320 posts
6/8/2019 10:14 am
When?


When will the die hard supporters of failing President Trump finally learn enough about the English language to understand they have completely misinterpreted the Mueller Report, thus prompting them to continue to rail against it. Their continued consternation over the criminality of their fearless leader has them in such a quandary that leaving the report to speak for itself is simply not possible.

"The report describes actions and events that the Special Counsel's Office found to be supported by the evidence collected in our investigation. In some instances, the report points out the absence of evidence or conflicts in the evidence of a particular fact or event. In other instances, the report states that the investigation established that certain actions or events occurred. A statement that the investigation did not establish particular facts does not mean there was no evidence of those facts." (Page two, paragraph three of the report )

The most glaring of this misunderstanding comes from the POTUS himself. President Putin said the Russians did not interfere with the United States' election so it must be true. Prior to the Mueller Report United States intelligent agencies affirmed there was Russian interference in the 2016 election, and this belief was substantiated by the Mueller Report. The United States Chief Ignoramus made it clear where his allegiance lies. Instead of taking actions to prevent further interference, virtually nothing has been done by the GOP in this regard. Far more interest lies in building a needless wall and incarcerating innocent .

Prejudice cannot be conquered with logic, logic didn't instill it and logic cannot eradicate it.


Skariff2 67M
2928 posts
6/8/2019 10:14 am

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Prejudice cannot be conquered with logic, logic didn't instill it and logic cannot eradicate it.


Katie_au_lait 73F
6751 posts
6/8/2019 11:57 am

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    SIMPLE SOLUTION IS AVAIBLE TO THE 70%. WORK HARD TO ELECT SOME ONE TO BEAT THE MANGO MAN. RATHER THAN DAILY PIZZING AN MOANING ABOUT THE MUELLER REPORT.

    YOU HAVE SOME 25 BY LAST COUNT TO CHOOSE AMONG.

    BEING IN DENAIL AFTER 3 YEARS IS NOT HEALTHY. LEARN TO ADMIT LOSSES AND MOVE ON.
I take it you're numerology is as bad as your language skills!


CarolinaPanthera 58F
3415 posts
6/8/2019 12:23 pm

    Quoting deborahsu2:
    NEEDLESS WALL you say. If you lived in Texas, Arizona or some of the other states that they are coming in by the hundreds every day you would probably change your mind. There are those coming in that really want to better the lives for their families. No problem there. But the ones coming in that are bringing drugs, killing, etc need to be shut out.
How important was a wall to you when Obama was President?


CarolinaPanthera 58F
3415 posts
6/8/2019 12:32 pm

    Quoting hiramhankwilliam:
    SIMPLE SOLUTION IS AVAIBLE TO THE 70%. WORK HARD TO ELECT SOME ONE TO BEAT THE MANGO MAN. RATHER THAN DAILY PIZZING AN MOANING ABOUT THE MUELLER REPORT.

    YOU HAVE SOME 25 BY LAST COUNT TO CHOOSE AMONG.

    BEING IN DENAIL AFTER 3 YEARS IS NOT HEALTHY. LEARN TO ADMIT LOSSES AND MOVE ON.
How rich that you speak of "denail" when your president, and his ride, or die cultists are the poster children for it. Trump says the moon is part of mars, the sound of wind turbines cause cancer, and the cow jumped over the moon...which is made of cheese, and his personality cultists believe it. "Denail" doesn't even begin to describe Trump cultists, and the one they worship. By the way...how do you misspell so many words when spell check doesn't even allow it without going back and spelling them wrong on purpose?


CarolinaPanthera 58F
3415 posts
6/8/2019 12:33 pm

    Quoting Katie_au_lait:
    I take it you're numerology is as bad as your language skills!
Painfully sad to watch isn't it?


bijou649 70F
798 posts
6/8/2019 1:36 pm

Putin and Trump most likely made a pact. Trump would run for president and Putin would make sure he got elected, then together they could rule the world and amass the two biggest fortunes imaginable, even bigger than Hitler's fortune from looting every property and artwork he could get his hands on. Trump had no choice but to agree with the pact, and he might not have wanted to run for president or to team up with Putin, but Putin threatened to leak videos of Trump cavorting with Russian prostitutes on the very bed that President Obama slept on in a Russian hotel. Trump is so selfish that he would do anything Putin wants, just so Putin won't leak those embarrassing videos.


deborahsu2 79F
3412 posts
6/8/2019 5:37 pm

    Quoting CarolinaPanthera:
    How important was a wall to you when Obama was President?
Just as important as it is right now. Money was approved for Obama to build a wall.....the wall was not built.....where did that money go????


deborahsu2 79F
3412 posts
6/8/2019 5:41 pm

TxJw....the ones who want to come for a better life do it the legal way. They go through the system....the ones sneaking across with drugs, weapons, other people's children are the ones that need to be checked out.


earthytaurus3 79F
40315 posts
6/8/2019 9:28 pm

    Quoting deborahsu2:
    Just as important as it is right now. Money was approved for Obama to build a wall.....the wall was not built.....where did that money go????
Deborah … You're a nice lady. I wish you wouldn't embarrass yourself by asking such a dumb question when you could just quietly use google which is quite forthcoming of an answer for you.


deborahsu2 79F
3412 posts
6/8/2019 11:07 pm

    Quoting earthytaurus3:
    Deborah … You're a nice lady. I wish you wouldn't embarrass yourself by asking such a dumb question when you could just quietly use google which is quite forthcoming of an answer for you.
I didn't embarrass myself Eathy.


LeafReport 68M
2497 posts
6/9/2019 3:13 am

    Quoting deborahsu2:
    Just as important as it is right now. Money was approved for Obama to build a wall.....the wall was not built.....where did that money go????
Homeland Security Cancels ‘Virtual Fence’ After $1 Billion Is Spent
By JULIA PRESTONJAN. 14, 2011

The Department of Homeland Security on Friday canceled a project to build a technology-based “virtual fence” across the Southwest border, saying that the effort — on which $1 billion has already been spent — was ineffective and too costly.

Janet Napolitano, the homeland security secretary, said she had decided to end the five-year-old project, known as SBI-Net, because it “does not meet current standards for viability and cost effectiveness.” In a statement, Ms. Napolitano said border agents would instead use less expensive technology that is already part of their surveillance equipment, tailoring it to the specific terrain where they will be scouting for illegal border crossers and drug traffickers.

Ms. Napolitano’s decision brought a long-expected close to a project carried out by the Boeing Corporation under a contract first signed in 2005 under President George W. Bush, which had been plagued by delays and cost overruns. Originally estimated to cost more than $7 billion to cover the 2,000-mile length of the border, it was the subject of more than a dozen scathing reports by the Government Accountability Office.

In a pilot program in Arizona, it cost about $1 billion to build the system across 53 miles of the state’s border. Officials said the new approach, using mobile surveillance systems and unmanned drones already in the Border Patrol’s arsenal, would cost less than $750 million to cover the remaining 323 miles of Arizona’s border.

Ms. Napolitano suspended financing for the project in March and ordered a review, which was just completed.

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Richard Funke, a United States Border Patrol agent, inspects the junction of the new and old border fence near Nogales, Ariz. Credit John Moore/Getty Images
But officials moved slowly to cancel the project because it had been ensnared in the contentious debate over border security. Many Republican lawmakers have accused the Obama administration of being lax on enforcement, and they have said they would not consider an overhaul of immigration laws that President Obama supports until the border is tighter.

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Anticipating criticism, homeland security officials released documents on Friday showing big increases in the Border Patrol — to 20,500 today from 10,000 in 2004 — and other border agents, and a steep decline in the number of immigrants detained at the border, indicating fewer illegal crossings. About 463,000 illegal crossers were detained last year, compared with 724,000 in 2008, according to the figures.

Ms. Napolitano said she had concluded that the original concept of the project, to develop a single technology that could be used across the entire border, was not viable. Boeing had built a complex system of sensors, radars and cameras mounted on towers that was supposed to lead border agents to the exact location of illegal crossers. But the system functioned inconsistently in the rough terrain along much of the border.

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“There is no one-size-fits-all solution to meet our border technology needs,” Ms. Napolitano said.

The announcement came in advance of the expiration of the Boeing contract next Tuesday, a homeland security official said.

In a statement, Boeing noted that officials said they would continue to use equipment it had designed. “We appreciate that they recognize the value of the integrated fixed towers Boeing has built, tested and delivered so far,” the company said.


LeafReport 68M
2497 posts
6/9/2019 3:15 am

    Quoting deborahsu2:
    Just as important as it is right now. Money was approved for Obama to build a wall.....the wall was not built.....where did that money go????
Hi Deborah, hope you are doing well. The American people simply do not want a stupid wall, and the congress refuses to fund it. It's a ridiculous racist inspired argument.


LeafReport 68M
2497 posts
6/9/2019 3:22 am

Frankly, I feel it borders on being subversive itself to refuse to read the Mueller report or substantial portions of it. It took me about a week to read it and I don't see how anybody could objectively review this and not conclude immediate congressional investigations are not appropriate. Trump clearly has obstructed justice and I believe his Russian activity does indeed rise to subversive conspiracy levels.


earthytaurus3 79F
40315 posts
6/9/2019 9:18 am

    Quoting deborahsu2:
    I didn't embarrass myself Eathy.
Then you were setting up for an argument. I get it now.


CarolinaPanthera 58F
3415 posts
6/9/2019 10:30 am

    Quoting deborahsu2:
    I didn't embarrass myself Eathy.
Then I'm embarrassed for you.


Poet_Dancer 101F
12305 posts
6/28/2019 3:31 am

...

When we start taking life too serious,
it takes all the fun out of living!



*♠♠♠* When we start taking life too serious,
it takes all the fun out of living! *♠♠♠*


Poet_Dancer 101F
12305 posts
6/28/2019 3:37 am

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Just let him do his thing his way ...

Eventually his rope will wear out ...

or becomes too tight

...

*♠♠♠* When we start taking life too serious,
it takes all the fun out of living! *♠♠♠*