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  1. That was highly enlightening! Thanks for sharing.
  2. A couple weeks ago, I hit my daily quota of reactions (mostly due to eye-rolling two certain posters). If this thread keeps going much longer, it's going to happen again...
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    Trump's America

    Speaking of Steve King...
  4. I'll see your and raise you 100 more .
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    DOJ Initial Russia Hearings

    Right on cue...
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    DOJ Initial Russia Hearings

    Big shocker here...
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    DOJ Initial Russia Hearings

    Once again, John Oliver finds a way to summarize things better than pretty much anyone else... Mueller Report: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) "The report only vindicates the administration on their own false premises. A year ago, we pointed out that Trump and his team were trying to center the narrative on "collusion," despite the fact that that term has no specific legal meaning in criminal law. But by reframing the investigation that way, Trump ensured that anything short of Mueller publishing 400 pages of text messages between him and Putin gaming out election fraud meant the whole thing was a complete waste of time. So Mueller's report didn't find collusion, and wasn't trying to, because that word doesn't even apply here. And it didn't establish that Trump's team was part of a criminal conspiracy to interfere with the election. But, it found a LOT of other stuff. Because just consider what we learned or had confirmed this week. Russia interfered in our election, and made efforts to help Trump win. And while his campaign did not provably cooperate with Russia, they seemed eager to accept their help in a way that NO one should be comfortable with. Also, Trump may have obstructed justice, and if he didn't, it might only be because people who worked for him ignored his orders. And on top of all of this, the Attorney General, the nation's top law enforcement official, has proven himself to be a dishonest hack. And I'm not saying that any of that is good news, but it is definitely good that we know about it. The point is, having the knowledge that the Mueller Report provides is infinitely better than the alternative, because that knowledge can inform Congress going forward, and crucially, voters a year-and-a-half from now. And the alternative is for America to end up like Michael Cohen - perpetually confused, easily manipulated, and never fully understanding how a guy with a full-time job as a press secretary can also be such a max-jacked, certifiable meat-king (this last line will make sense after watching the segment)."
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    Trump's America

    "Right now, our system is dying before our eyes. Failure to act will lead to further, perhaps irreversible decay. This is not a situation that offers the luxury of further musing, of waiting until tomorrow. American democracy has entered the intensive care ward." ^^^THIS^^^
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    DOJ Initial Russia Hearings