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« Reply #15 on: May 13, 2017, 07:18:24 pm »

From back before the election, I thought this was pretty clever:

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« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2017, 08:46:52 pm »

From back before the election, I thought this was pretty clever:



Before Hillary was "cleared":



After she was "cleared":


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« Reply #17 on: May 14, 2017, 07:15:18 am »

Let me suggest you get some professional help guido...

Your obsession with posting pictures of Hillary is truly disturbing.

Are you just bullying somebody because you think it is funny? Do you think TulsaNow posters want to see pictures of Hillary?

Please explain you inability to move on.

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« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2017, 01:16:22 pm »

Let me suggest you get some professional help guido...

Your obsession with posting pictures of Hillary is truly disturbing.

Are you just bullying somebody because you think it is funny? Do you think TulsaNow posters want to see pictures of Hillary?

Please explain you inability to move on.



Are you serious? Hillary is still whining about Wikileaks, Comey and Russia, blaming them for her loss. She is starting some bullcrap "resistance" PAC. And did you honestly assert that I am bullying Hillary Clinton? Come on man. Smile
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« Reply #19 on: May 14, 2017, 04:42:08 pm »

I suspect most posters on TulsaNow have moved on and don't think of Hillary Clinton very often.

You do. You post so often that it is disturbing. You must have her picture filed all over your hard drive. I would hate to see your google history.

She lost the election. She has no power over you.

Let it go.
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« Reply #20 on: May 14, 2017, 08:03:04 pm »

I suspect most posters on TulsaNow have moved on and don't think of Hillary Clinton very often.



That's absolutely correct. Go to the "President Trump--The Implications" thread to get your fill of people that cannot get over the election and are still complaining about it. I mean, don't you remember the "President Obama--The Implications" thread started by someone just like you back in 2009?

In any case, if no one is thinking about Hillary, then no one should be worried about what I am babbling about.
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« Reply #21 on: May 14, 2017, 09:00:07 pm »

That's absolutely correct. Go to the "President Trump--The Implications" thread to get your fill of people that cannot get over the election and are still complaining about it. I mean, don't you remember the "President Obama--The Implications" thread started by someone just like you back in 2009?

In any case, if no one is thinking about Hillary, then no one should be worried about what I am babbling about.

You mean this Hillary love fest?

http://www.tulsanow.org/forum/index.php?topic=9355.0
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« Reply #22 on: May 15, 2017, 06:43:28 am »

... then no one should be worried about what I am babbling about.

Good point. Why should I worry about you?

I just wonder about your obsession with Hillary.

Let me assure you. She is not interested in you as a sex partner.
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« Reply #23 on: May 15, 2017, 07:43:05 am »

This made me chuckle...

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Rendell notes when he hired Host Committee workers, he made it clear, since they didn’t know how much money would be raised, salaries would be below market rates.

Rendell says because of a surplus, they were able to do “salary adjustments and bonuses.” Also, leftover money went to the School District of Philadelphia ($750,000) and several non-profits ($10,000 each to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the Food Trust of Philadelphia, and the Committe of Seventy, and $25,000 each to Independence Visitor Center and Visit Philly).

One of the lead plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit is Bethany Katz of Rosemont.

Swidler says she and others believed in the Democratic platform and ideals, and put in 80-to-90-hours a week in the last stages of the race to support Hillary Clinton.

“They got paid a flat salary of $3,000 a month, which isn’t even minimum wage for some of the hours that they were working,” said Swidler.
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/05/12/dnc-workers-file-lawsuit-for-fair-pay/
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« Reply #24 on: May 15, 2017, 10:09:17 am »

This is certainly not TulsaNow at its best. When ol' Tumpy Numpkins is called to task for his corruption and collusion, I expect Bread and Guido to simply...spontaneously combust. Then we can discuss politics in a reasonable manner again.
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« Reply #25 on: May 15, 2017, 10:25:42 am »

This is certainly not TulsaNow at its best. When ol' Tumpy Numpkins is called to task for his corruption and collusion, I expect Bread and Guido to simply...spontaneously combust. Then we can discuss politics in a reasonable manner again.

It's just trollish deflection. There's no defending the crap Trump is doing so they pointlessly attack Clinton.

Some people treat politics as tribal. For them politics is a sport first and not about good policy or making this a better country. All these people care about is winning and gloating over the other team. It's like dealing with OU fans vs Texas fans. When this kind of behavior is about actual sports it's a bit childish, but when it's politics and people are really impacted, it's just plain mean. Evil even.
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« Reply #26 on: May 15, 2017, 10:48:10 am »

It's just trollish deflection. There's no defending the crap Trump is doing so they pointlessly attack Clinton.

Some people treat politics as tribal. For them politics is a sport first and not about good policy or making this a better country. All these people care about is winning and gloating over the other team. It's like dealing with OU fans vs Texas fans. When this kind of behavior is about actual sports it's a bit childish, but when it's politics and people are really impacted, it's just plain mean. Evil even.

What I'm really upset about with what's going on in national politics is the fact that now, it appears the Republicans (and I'm not saying Dems wouldn't do this either but that hasn't been tested yet) have a pack mentality when it comes to 'high crimes and misdemeanors'.  Circling the wagons even.

I saw a pretty funny meme this morning.  It essentially said "Someone take one for the team and give Trump a BJ in the Oval Office so we can get the impeachment proceedings started".  Classic.
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« Reply #27 on: May 15, 2017, 12:02:38 pm »

What I'm really upset about with what's going on in national politics is the fact that now, it appears the Republicans (and I'm not saying Dems wouldn't do this either but that hasn't been tested yet) have a pack mentality when it comes to 'high crimes and misdemeanors'.  Circling the wagons even.

I saw a pretty funny meme this morning.  It essentially said "Someone take one for the team and give Trump a BJ in the Oval Office so we can get the impeachment proceedings started".  Classic.

I don't seem to recall any calls for special prosecuters and such when the Obama admin was...

* Spying on adversarial reporters
* using the IRS to persecute political opponents
* arming violent criminals along the border
* orchestrating a cover-up to blame a YouTube video

Ya, you all are right, it's a tribe mentality, but it ain't unique. They learned from the best.
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« Reply #28 on: May 15, 2017, 12:52:32 pm »

I don't seem to recall any calls for special prosecuters and such when the Obama admin was...

* Spying on adversarial reporters
* using the IRS to persecute political opponents
* arming violent criminals along the border
* orchestrating a cover-up to blame a YouTube video

Ya, you all are right, it's a tribe mentality, but it ain't unique. They learned from the best.

Totally wasn't any investigation with Benghazi. 

"Arming violent criminals along the border" coming from the same party that wants to be able to arm the terrorist watch list too. I don't
think the plan was bad. Unless of course you think guns kill people and not people. Also that they couldn't get guns without this.

It does appear there were some IRS "apologies" that shows they did things wrong.  I know the tea party "attacks" were because they filed as non-political non-profits. There were other things that should have been looked into.  I'm sure they were, I mean Republican Congress and Senate.

The reporter thing should have been looked into.  Not sure why it wasn't. Again, Republican Congress.
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« Reply #29 on: May 15, 2017, 02:29:30 pm »

I don't seem to recall any calls for special prosecuters and such when the Obama admin was...

* Spying on adversarial reporters
* using the IRS to persecute political opponents
* arming violent criminals along the border
* orchestrating a cover-up to blame a YouTube video

Ya, you all are right, it's a tribe mentality, but it ain't unique. They learned from the best.

Thanks Rush, that's very balanced.

Spying on reporters was wrong and should have been investigated. Better laws need to be crafted to protect reporters and whistleblowers.

The IRS “scandal” was a load of crap. The IRS targeted groups that by their very name sounded like they were participating in banned political activity. Both liberal and conservative  groups were targeted, there were just more the conservative groups.

Fast and Furious didn’t arm Mexican gangs. It was an undercover effort to track the guns the gangs bought to attempt to uncover the people selling the guns and buying the guns so they could be prosecuted in order to stop gun running.

Benghazi was an attack under the cover of a real protest. The whole scandal over what was said publicly was asinine as facts were shifting and much of the information classified. Especially compared to this current president who has moved lying to stunning levels that truly threaten our democracy. But then he wasn’t democratically elected, was he?
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