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So are we not going to talk about Chris Cuomo Fredo thing?

Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by CaptUSMCNole, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. AgingGator

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    Failure is debatable, hard to carry on when all of the Don’s confidantes are either dead or turned. Ambition and loyalty were not in short supply
     
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    I am outraged whenever it happens. That’s why I’m not the hypocrite that you claim you see!
     
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    sovietgator Lighten up Jan Brady (Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!!)

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    Fredo Trump tweeted right away. Let's see if the Godfaddah chumps - I mean chimes - in.
     
  4. CaptUSMCNole

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    It was on private property but it was two guys being jackasses but they were there to utilize the services of the establishment not to protest the presence of a certain person at said establishment. Cuomo escalated the situation by trying to be a tough guy. If he had ignored it, no one would have even heard about this today.
     
  5. mdgator05

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    And you know this how?
     
  6. AgingGator

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    In addition to being a sorry excuse of a journalist, his acting skills in trying be a tough guy are lacking as well.
     
  7. mdgator05

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    Strange that you decided not to express or even mention that outrage.
     
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  8. gatorpa

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    True, and I didn't watch the video, but is there a difference between calling a TV host a name and accosting members of an Admin or congress based on their affiliation?
     
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  9. AgingGator

    AgingGator GC Hall of Fame

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    Well then I guess I don’t express myself well. I guess I am not in touch with my inner feelings and/or self either. Now if a group of Libs ever confronted me like in any of these cases, they would definitely see some expression.
     
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    Michael lacked the genial and personal touch of Vito, who inspired loyalty and had actual "godfather" qualities. Michael rarely listened to even the most loyal guys, like Tom Hagen. Didn't treat people that well either. Michael was easy to turn against. If you combined the positive qualities all three sons (and reduced the negative ones), you might have had a great successor.
     
  11. mdgator05

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    I mean arguably sure. You could argue that accosting a member of the administration is accosting somebody that works for us. Accosting Chris Cuomo is accosting an employee of a private company. That is one difference, although I don't consider it terribly important.
     
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    Very true! Probably wouldn’t hurt to throw in Tom Hagen’s positive qualities as well.

    Always remember these words of advice: Leave the gun, get the Canoli’s!
     
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  14. gatorpa

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    Is it cool to foment protest of people who donate to one Pol or another?

    Chris Cuomo certainly makes his political opinion well known.
     
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    Come on, now. Moe Green was running the place and he had to slap Fredo around to keep him in line. I'm sure you remember that.
     
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  16. CaptUSMCNole

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    That’s a “it’s going to be uncomfortable around the water cooler at work” kind of tweet.
     
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    Players couldn't get a drink at the table! Whats a matter with you?
     
  19. mdgator05

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    I don't really care. People are allowed to protest. Political donations shouldn't be private for a reason.
     
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    This applies to every Trump "gotta love that he say's whats on his mind" supporter. The thing I like about Cuomo is that he has been attacked by Trump, attacked by the Trump clan and yet he speaks his mind and guess who is first to cast the stone? That is right. The Trump fan club that clearly vocalizes how much they love that "Trump says what is on his mind" so now a CNN reporter "speaks his mind" and this is shocking? Give me a break. After all we have seen and heard from this administration and you want to cherry pick this incident. I thought you liked this kind of behavior or isn't only for Trump to do?
     
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