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Rudy Giuliani: Constitutional Scholar

Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by g8rjd, Dec 6, 2019.

  1. WarDamnGator

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    It's strange how the only person Trump has ever asked to be investigated by a foreign government is also the democrat front runner who is polling 10 points better than him head-to-head ... probably just one of those weird coincidences that can never be fully understood or explained, though ...
     
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  2. citygator

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    Where do I get sex cards from?
     
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  3. WarDamnGator

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    Trump said it himself. He loves the poorly educated. The poorly educated erupted into cheers and applause. "He's talking about us! He loves us!"
     
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    Yeah, I could use a few of those if they are available...
     
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  5. Trickster

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    Even so, Trump didn't want corruption in general investigated. He had never evidenced the slightest concern with that. He wanted crowd strike and the Bidens investigated. Trump wasn't on some noble crusade because he was offended by corruption . He was out to use the power of the United States to benefit himself.
     
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  6. tarponbro

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    Maybe he wasn't referring to you?
     
  7. Trickster

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    Couldn't have said it better myself. It's amazing how dislike for Trump and disagreement with some of his policies means one is a "lefty".
     
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  8. Trickster

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    I can accept that as an accurate description, but not, at this point in his presidency, as an excuse. I understand Trump supporters being more than pissed with some who take a haughty, superior and know-it-all attitude. There's no excuse for that and it's off-putting. But, there's even less excuse for any reasonably informed and fair-minded person to continue supporting Trump. The President of the United States is much more that an exponent of policy. He's a symbol of American ideals and a moral beacon. So those holding their noses and saying they like his policies don't cut it with me.
     
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  9. tarponbro

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    If you vote for Trump you support Trump. If you don't like and/or support him, don't vote for him, pain and simple. Vote for someone else or don't vote for any presidential candidate, plain and simple. Your not helping anything by voting for someone you don't like and/or support. You like that candidate more than the other so don't try to tell me with a straight face that you don't support him or her. I call BS on anyone whos says "I voted for candidate X because I couldn't stand candidate Y". You may change your mind after the fact but that doesn't change your vote. If I read or hear anyone say they voted for Trump in both elections but don't like him as a person or as president I will call them full of crap or worse. I've gotten very tired of people saying stuff like I'm posting about. End of rant...
     
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  10. Trickster

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    Yeah! Who do I give my address to?
     
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  11. citygator

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    No they didn’t. He got the minority of women and the minority of college grads. Both by a large margin. He did receive more votes from white women than Hillary which is what you might be thinking. It was driven by non-college grads though.
     
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  12. GatorJMDZ

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    Was your omission of the word "almost" intentional or inadvertent?
     
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    How much aid has Trump withheld from Israel since Bebe and Mrs. Bebe were indicted for corruption? Because, you know, of his constitutional duty. Hell, I think Mrs. Bebe has already admitted guilt and plead out.

    Non-alternative facts REAL end of story.

    “Constitutional DUTY to root out corruption” in foreign countries.

    That’s rich.

    Next you’ll tell us he has the same constitutional duty to brand his Trump hotels there for our national security.
     
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  14. GatorNorth

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    Works both ways-how many people voted for Hillary because they didn’t like Trump?
     
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  15. AgingGator

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    Unintentional. I’ll edit. Sorry
     
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  16. vaxcardinal

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    as we learned from those scholars, its the intent that is most important not the actual words.
     
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    Yep Trump is for the working class not the elitist snobs.
     
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  18. tarponbro

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    I don't know, do you? However, I would bet that very few Republicans or conservative leaning Independents voted for Hilary over Trump. Can someone pull up any statistics with real numbers, not percentages, on this? Either way, if you vote for the less of the two evils, you still vote for evil, don't you?
     
  19. OaktownGator

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    Agree. Voting for any candidate is giving them support above the alternatives.

    I think the real disjoint in this country comes when we take that vote to a blindly partisan level and just because we voted for them we excuse or turn a blind eye to all of their bad behavior. Or in this case, turn a blind eye to repeated criminal and traitorous behavior.
     
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  20. g8rjd

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    You obviously weren’t listening to what they said about the historical basis of the impeachment remedy or have read up on the subject, but thanks for playing. You get no points for effort though.
     
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