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    Quote Originally Posted by JimL View Post
    How stupid are you people, seriously?
    Occasionally I wonder if they've got some sort of competition going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimL View Post
    Duh, no it isn't the whole damned country. How stupid are you people, seriously? You remind me of those German patriots who were either to ignorant or whose cognative dissonance allowed the holocaust to happen.



    So, it doesn't bother you that a Presidential candidate works with, or accept intelligence from, a foriegn adversary whose purpose is to undermine the democratic process and to undermine Democracy itself worldwide in order to get himself elected.
    Exactly right, but you can't argue with these people. They're prepared to overlook the most glaring abuses and rationalise away the most egregious behaviour and blame it all on "fake news". But people are beginning to wake up. Trump's approval rating is 36%, the lowest for any president over the past 70 years, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll.
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    Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz says that a candidate has the Constitutionally protected right to seek information from wherever they wish, and that trying to restrict this practice under campaign finance laws is a violation of the First Amendment. If the information was illegally acquired then you prosecute on that basis, if you can. Otherwise, Junior is in the clear.

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/...atever-source/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tassmoron View Post
    Trump's approval rating is 36%, the lowest for any president over the past 70 years, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll.
    You mean according to the same biased polling outfit that predicted Trump would never win the election.

    I can't believe you idiots are still falling for this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Man View Post
    You mean according to the same biased polling outfit
    Not even Rasmussen with their super-dubious polling methodologies can make Trump's numbers look good.

    that predicted Trump would never win the election.
    Not sure you comprehend how polls work? They don't say that type of thing.

    And, reminder, the general election popular vote was almost exactly as the polls predicted. The polls weren't wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimbulb View Post
    Not even Rasmussen with their super-dubious polling methodologies can make Trump's numbers look good.

    Not sure you comprehend how polls work? They don't say that type of thing.

    And, reminder, the general election popular vote was almost exactly as the polls predicted. The polls weren't wrong.
    Spin away, little man.

    I'm still waiting for one of you special education geniuses to explain why Junior "attempting to collude" with Russia is a problem, but Hillary actually colluding with the Ukrainian government isn't.

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    Now the Russian lawyer gal is claiming she never had any information about Hillary and that it was all a ruse to get Junior's attention. Furthermore, she petitioned several different people, and Junior was (as far as we know) the only one to take the bait.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-governm...aign-politics/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimL View Post
    Duh, no it isn't the whole damned country. How stupid are you people, seriously? You remind me of those German patriots who were either to ignorant or whose cognative dissonance allowed the holocaust to happen.
    Yes, it really is. The Russian government directly employs almost 1 in every 3 Russians, and indirectly hires tons of people for temporary assignments and services. But, actual facts aren't your strong suit, are they?


    So, it doesn't bother you that a Presidential candidate works with, or accept intelligence from, a foriegn adversary
    That's too simple of a question. If the information provided by the adversarial group or country serves a greater good, like Pakistan providing information to the US on where Bin Laden was holed up in Tora Bora, then it isn't a problem. Intelligence gathering is never black and white. We work with people all the time who would be considered traitors to their nation if they are discovered. Fundy thinking on this issue is where you lot show your incompetence in matters of national security.

    whose purpose is to undermine the democratic process
    The only undermining of the democratic process that happened in this past election was CNN leaking debate questions to Hillary and Bernie getting railroaded out of the Dem nomination.

    and to undermine Democracy itself worldwide in order to get himself elected.
    Undermine democracy itself???... The democratic process wasn't undermined, nor could anyone do so with such simple methods as a single propaganda campaign. And exactly which "democratic process" do you think they undermined? Do you have any evidence that anyone changed their vote because of a "fake news" story that originated from Russian propaganda?

    The only illegal thing that happened was the actual hacking. And the only proof ever offered was a Democrat hired firm making innuendoes based on similar attack methods as groups they themselves claimed were Russian agents.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Starlight View Post
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    And, reminder, the general election popular vote was almost exactly as the polls predicted. The polls weren't wrong.


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