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  1. I've got it.
  2. As opposed to the constant dribble that rump spews and tweets every day? All she said was that it would me great is there was a WH intervention so Rump could get a clue. You really think what she said is comparable to Rump a dump?
  3. To keep it "sporty" 1 per day with a handgun only.
  4. I'm guessing you are biasing this on the premise that you got there first and should be entitled to the "new" spot as it appears. So what if the new guy waits until you move down but you never do? Why should he not be able to go because you are not moving? Just questions biased on my initial assumption. As they say, food for thought.
  5. The simple fact that he did not denounce the White Nationalists early on speaks volumes. This fact has nothing to do with the fake news fantasy from the right. Just saying that we will not tolerate this hate speech would have gone a long way here.
  6. And then there are these annoying guys too.
  7. Here, here !!!! Good man
  8. Rtic's are always mailing me %off deals because I bought one. If you give them your e mail address some how you will probably star getting them soon. I have a soft that holds 20# ice bag and left in a car in the summer was very little melting. I haven't owned it that long but would bet it will hold up well.
  9. Tackle Direct has just mailed me a deal on Daiwa Lexa 300 for $169.95 if you like lefties that is. Love mine, just wish I didn't pay $250 !!!
  10. Enlighten me oh sage one
  11. Kinda oversimplified answer, if you were Jewish or even sympathetic towards their history you would feel differently. Trump should have spoken up and condemned them from the get go, but did basically nothing. You say you don’t like him but like what he does. He’s a ****. Not a leader.
  12. This from Vox These are the 10 episodes Mueller investigated for obstruction of justice The list includes James Comey’s firing and Trump’s changing behavior toward Michael Cohen. By Emily Stewart Apr 18, 2019, 12:15pm EDT Donald Trump and Michael Flynn together on the campaign trail in October 2016. Part of The Vox guide to Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia investigation Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report contains 10 instances where President Donald Trump potentially committed obstruction of justice. Now that the report has been released, we know what they are. Perhaps most explosively, Mueller said in the report that Trump’s “efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful, but that is largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests.” In a press conference ahead of the report’s release on Thursday, Attorney General William Barr pointed to 10 specific episodes Mueller investigated for obstruction. Though Barr did not disclose what they were, we now know they include Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey, his attempts to get former Attorney General Jeff Sessions involved in the investigation, and Trump’s call to then-White House counsel Don McGahn to direct him to get Mueller removed. Barr also said Thursday morning that he and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein “disagreed with some of the special counsel’s legal theories and felt that some of the episodes examined did not amount to obstruction as a matter of law,” but that wasn’t the only factor in their decision-making. Democrats have already said they’d like to hear from Mueller himself on the report, and the debate about whether these should have amounted to a crime is likely only beginning. Mueller’s final report on his findings of a nearly two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election outlines two lines of inquiry: collusion and obstruction of justice. Mueller did not come to a conclusion on whether Trump committed obstruction of justice — instead, Barr and Rosenstein made the decision that the evidence was “not sufficient to establish” obstruction. Below are those 10 episodes Mueller examined in the obstruction section. The report also includes the examination of the Trump campaign’s response to reports of Russian support for Trump. The president apparently worried after his election that reports of Russian interference might “lead the public to question the legitimacy” of his victory. Here are the 10 instances of potential obstruction Mueller outlines in his report: Trump asking James Comey to let Michael Flynn go Trump’s reaction to the Russia investigation The firing of James Comey Mueller’s appointment and efforts to oust him Efforts to curtail the Russia investigation Attempts to stop the public from seeing the evidence Trump trying to get Jeff Sessions to take back control of the investigation Trump telling Don McGahn to deny that the president had wanted the special counsel removed Trump’s team asking Flynn for a “heads up” on information and commending Paul Manafort for not “flipping” The president’s changing behavior toward Michael Cohen I can not copy and paste all the detail here for some reason but search for "Muller report obstruction of justice summary" IF you choose to pull your head out of the sand for a moment that is.
  13. NH too.
  14. And that is where the gop will loose the moderate vote. How do you not see it? Are you one of the very fine people on both sides?