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Bruce Libby
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AC That is what you want.

AC
That is what you want.

anonymous_coward
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"AC

"AC
That is what you want."

Yes, but 90% of what comes out of Trump's mouth is just BS. I really have a hard time believing anything he says now.

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I know what you mean...why I

I know what you mean...why I spent the last 8 years in just such a place as you, AC.

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Secret service has no tapes

Secret service has no tapes:
https://www.wsj.com/articles/secret-service-has-no-audio-recordings-or-t...

(WSJ made a FOIA request).

Doesn't preclude the possibility that someone else made a recording, but Spicer & Huckabee-Sanders both have gone on record as not knowing about any tapes.

But I'm sure we'll all be disappointed shortly, as per Trump's promise....

Bruce Libby
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AC But you beleived Comey ?

AC
But you believed Comey ?

anonymous_coward
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Yes. Comey strikes me as a

Yes. Comey strikes me as a straight up guy. Trump, is an obvious bullshitter. It's just part of their respective professions - no real judgement here (you would probably not get into many real estate deals without the ability to bullshit to investors), just think Trump is more likely to lie than Comey.

Just so you understand that this isn't a partisan judgement, I think Comey is also significantly less likely to lie than any of the members of the Clinton family.

(Similarly, I think Sessions is highly unlikely to lie, compared to either the Clintons or Trump).

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Comey a straight-up guy? He's

Comey a straight-up guy? He's a political tool.

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He's a political tool.

He's a political tool.

And a well used one at that.

Mark T. Cenci
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Oh yes Comey is straight up.

Oh yes Comey is straight up. Just like a tall tree. And ac is the sap that drips from it.

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Would you say that Trump is a

Would you say that Trump is a "straight up guy"? Do you trust him because you trust his character or because you agree with his politics?

Tom C
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He's been in a business a

He's been in a business a long time, and done well. You can't do that unless you can inspire trust and be reliable.

The "Trump lies" meme is a fabrication of the left. According to lefties, Bush lies, Reagan lies, Bush I lied, etc, etc. It's just the same old song.

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Theres much Trump does that I

Theres much Trump does that I disagree with. And i oppose this hallucinigenic and heinous coup more.

I disagree with your assessment of Comey and his deficiencies and weaknesses and lack of character, which is so obvious to me that i can only conclude you are wholly without street smarts and, for that matter, the good sense God gave a goose.

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What made me laugh was the

What made me laugh was the "graph of lies" rolling around on Facebook... ranking politicians by percentage of lies. It even added flavors (fully true, mostly true, maybe, mostly false, totally false).

It showed Hillary Clinton as telling the LEAST number of lies... that alone told me it was total BS. Had mostly republicans, too, and ranked the few democrats as more honest (Bill, Hillary, Al Gore, etc.).

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"He's been in a business a

"He's been in a business a long time, and done well. You can't do that unless you can inspire trust and be reliable."

Ummm have you ever met anyone in sales or marketing in a large corporation? I have, and the great majority are totally full of shit.

They are great people, fun to hang out with, and they will take you to the best restaurants and you will have a fantastic time, but when they say, "our product can do X, Y, and Z", I guarantee you that it can barely do A, B, and C.

Edit: The sales people that BS a lot still do well in business - because they're incredibly fun to hang out with. However you have to take everything that comes out of their mouths with a big chunk of salt.

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"I disagree with your

"I disagree with your assessment of Comey and his deficiencies and weaknesses and lack of character, which is so obvious to me that i can only conclude you are wholly without street smarts and, for that matter, the good sense God gave a goose."

I'll admit I haven't read any conservative propaganda on Comey... I'm just going on what I see in his public testimony. Perhaps if I allowed myself to be tainted by the Alt-Right Mind Control Network I would think just like you.

Just curious, did you think this about Comey when he got Trump elected, too? Or only after he became the enemy of the right?

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Never have I respected self

Never have I respected self absorbed candy asses. Its only recently that he has revealed this to be his essence.

Matt
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Tom C believes that trump

Tom C believes that trump inspires trust and reliability.

Lol.

Lol lol lol.

Lolololllolllllolololololololololololololololooolol

Tom C
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Matt, he's your president.

Matt, he's your president.

Lolololololololololololol.

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"He's been in a business a

"He's been in a business a long time, and done well. You can't do that unless you can inspire trust and be reliable."

That’s pretty funny, are you trying out a new career as a comedian?

None of the big banks or law firms in NYC would do business with Trump anymore…

Bruce Libby
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Tom said "Matt, he's your

Tom said "Matt, he's your president."

Tom forgot: Because she lost !

Tom C
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Lol. Yes, lefties are losers.

Lol. Yes, lefties are losers.

Lol.

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"None of the big banks or law

"None of the big banks or law firms in NYC would do business with Trump anymore…"

http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2016/aug/08/anthony-wein...

Rated Mostly False

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Jack straw says:

Jack straw says:
None of the big banks or law firms in NYC would do business with Trump anymore…

So Jack….what is the basis for your conclusion? Tell us why what you said is accurate.
Was your basis some info from Anthony weiner?

"We know this now. The banks no longer loan (Donald Trump) money because he's a terrible risk. So he goes to these (Russian) oligarchs and borrows money."

— Anthony Weiner on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 in an appearance on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher

There is testimony contrary to your position, ie:

http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2016/aug/08/anthony-wein...

The Journal said "many big banks have shunned him," but the paper also reported that Trump has few loans with big banks. "Bankers say that's partly because Mr. Trump has moved away from developing multimillion-dollar real-estate projects to managing them and licensing the Trump name, reducing his need to borrow."

Daughter Ivanka told the Journal that the big banks are not wary of investing with Trump: "The biggest banking institutions are constantly soliciting us. But we don't need a lot of financing because we have a great balance sheet and a tremendous amount of cash." In addition, she said, Trump has moved to private banks that have lower interest rates.

Nonetheless, various media outlets have stated, without offering any documentation, that Trump can't get funds from most banks.

How about an observation: Media Bullshit.

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Bias this?

Bias this?
You have permission to find the donation information below credible enough to assume that the media as a whole is biased towards the value system of the Liberal Democrats, and therefore provides we the people with information that is…______________.

Fill in the blank.

https://www.publicintegrity.org/2016/10/17/20330/journalists-shower-hill...

And Carole Simpson, a former ABC “World News Tonight” anchor who in 1992 became the first African-American woman to moderate a presidential debate, is not moderate about her personal politics: the current Emerson College distinguished journalist-in-residence and regular TV news guest has given Clinton $2,800.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/what-media-bias-journalists-overwhelmi...

Of the 430 people CPI identified as "journalists, reporters, news editors or television news anchors ¬— as well as other donors known to be working in journalism," 96 percent gave money to Clinton, according to federal campaign finance filings. Those 430 journalists gave $382,000 to Clinton and just $14,000 to GOP nominee Donald Trump. CPI identified just 50 journalists who gave to Trump (meaning 380 gave to Clinton.)

http://time.com/money/4533729/hillary-clinton-journalist-campaign-donati...

Between Jan. 1 2015 and Aug. 30 2016, those who identified themselves in federal campaign finance filings as journalists, reporters, news editors or television news anchors -- and others known to be working in journalism -- donated more than $396,000 combined to the presidential campaigns of Clinton and Trump, according to the report. The vast majority of those funds -- about $382,000, or 96% -- went to the Democratic nominee. Only about $14,000 went to the Republican.

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