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Reply #90 posted 10/29/18 11:08am

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Musicslave said:

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Especially their fearless leader's ass. They have made the calculation a long time ago that they were going to ride this trump train all the way out until....... it costs them their seats (House or Senate). Then and only then will they begin to turn on the prez and look out for themselves.

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The challenge for them is, he's still popular with their deep red districts. So what they need is courage. Since they don't have it. They'll ride it until his poll numbers are in the tank locally.




Republicans have no courage. After all, they voted for Trump, didn't they?

Most of Trump's supporters are Christians. This means that they voted for a "man" who they knew: (1) cheated on all three of his wives; (2) had affairs with porn stars and Playmates; (3) bragged about trying to screw another man's wife; and (4) said despite all that and more, he had never asked God for forgiveness.

Christian Republicans put tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.

That's because they're cowards.

Deplorable, just like Hillary ( who got 3 MILLION MORE VOTES ) said.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #91 posted 10/29/18 12:14pm

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13cjk13 said:

RodeoSchro said:




Republicans have no courage. After all, they voted for Trump, didn't they?

Most of Trump's supporters are Christians. This means that they voted for a "man" who they knew: (1) cheated on all three of his wives; (2) had affairs with porn stars and Playmates; (3) bragged about trying to screw another man's wife; and (4) said despite all that and more, he had never asked God for forgiveness.

Christian Republicans put tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.

That's because they're cowards.

Deplorable, just like Hillary ( who got 3 MILLION MORE VOTES ) said.




Make sure YOU vote this year. In fact, I've come up with a voting slogan:

"You Plus Two". Or even better: "You Plus Two Equals Blue".

If each of us gets two other people to the polls, we will not lose an election - any election.

I've got my two - hope you will, too!

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Reply #92 posted 10/29/18 12:17pm

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Musicslave said:



RodeoSchro said:




Musicslave said:



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As far as I'm concerned, the republicans sold their souls once they made him the nomineee in 2016. Since then, they figured they can't touch him or they'll get "primaried" if they do. Heaven forbid him twitting bad about them. He has them by the nutsack and he won't let go until he achieves everything he wants while in office.


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And yes, it's sickening to hear the christians claim that if you don't vote republican in Nov, you will lose your Christian Freedoms. Franklin Graham is one of the worse. "The freedom to preach the lifesaving Gospel of Jesus Christ and to live our lives for Him is under attack like never before, and we must stand together and make sure we vote."






Simple message for all Republican Christians:

By supporting Donald Trump, yo uare putting tax cuts in front of the Ten Commandments.



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Yup. They've made him an idol too. Another violation of the Commandments.


imo 3 words describe donald trump:
1. cunning
2. manipulative
3. deceitful
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Reply #93 posted 10/29/18 4:50pm

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Reply #94 posted 10/29/18 4:52pm

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Reply #95 posted 10/30/18 7:04am

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These bombs were bullshit. Yes, they had the "potential" to explode, but, they were designed so poorly that such an event was unlikely and there was no way they would take out their intended targets. If they were a real threat, Sayoc would be charged with attempted murder.

From CNN:

"Magistrate Judge Edwin G. Torres informed Sayoc of the five federal crimes he's facing: interstate transportation of an explosive, illegal mailing of explosives, threats against former presidents and other persons, threatening interstate communications and assaulting current and former federal officers."

https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html


Not a single "attempted murder" charge? False flag!

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Reply #96 posted 10/30/18 7:06am

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djThunderfunk said:

These bombs were bullshit. Yes, they had the "potential" to explode, but, they were designed so poorly that such an event was unlikely and there was no way they would take out their intended targets. If they were a real threat, Sayoc would be charged with attempted murder.

From CNN:

"Magistrate Judge Edwin G. Torres informed Sayoc of the five federal crimes he's facing: interstate transportation of an explosive, illegal mailing of explosives, threats against former presidents and other persons, threatening interstate communications and assaulting current and former federal officers."

https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html


Not a single "attempted murder" charge? False flag!




Very interesting to see that you are supporting a man who attempted to assassinate two US presidents.

I don't save many posts but I think I'll save this one. Just so we never forget.

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Reply #97 posted 10/30/18 7:25am

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RodeoSchro said:

djThunderfunk said:

These bombs were bullshit. Yes, they had the "potential" to explode, but, they were designed so poorly that such an event was unlikely and there was no way they would take out their intended targets. If they were a real threat, Sayoc would be charged with attempted murder.

From CNN:

"Magistrate Judge Edwin G. Torres informed Sayoc of the five federal crimes he's facing: interstate transportation of an explosive, illegal mailing of explosives, threats against former presidents and other persons, threatening interstate communications and assaulting current and former federal officers."

https://www.cnn.com/2018/...index.html


Not a single "attempted murder" charge? False flag!




Very interesting to see that you are supporting a man who attempted to assassinate two US presidents.

I don't save many posts but I think I'll save this one. Just so we never forget.


You must have a reading comprehension problem if you think that pointing out facts equals "support".

To be clear for you and any others that are challenged by the English language: Sayoc is psychotic and dangerous and needs to be locked away, regardless of his politics and regardless of the effectiveness of the devices he mailed. He should recieve no leniency due to the shoddiness of the bombs.

That said, if he "attempted to assassinate two US presidents", why isn't that among the crimes he is charged with?



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Reply #98 posted 10/30/18 7:44am

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Cesar Sayoc has been charged with five federal crimes, including

1) interstate transportation of an explosive,
2) illegal mailing of an explosive,
3) threats against former presidents,
4) threatening interstate commerce, and
5) assaulting current and former federal officers, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said at a press conference.

He faces up to 58 years in prison.


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Reply #99 posted 10/30/18 7:45am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

Cesar Sayoc has been charged with five federal crimes, including

1) interstate transportation of an explosive,
2) illegal mailing of an explosive,
3) threats against former presidents,
4) threatening interstate commerce, and
5) assaulting current and former federal officers, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said at a press conference.

He faces up to 58 years in prison.




Thank you.

I hope they add domestic terrorism to that list. I think Attorney Genreal Jeff Sessions is reviewing that.


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Reply #100 posted 10/30/18 8:05am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

Cesar Sayoc has been charged with five federal crimes, including

1) interstate transportation of an explosive,
2) illegal mailing of an explosive,
3) threats against former presidents,
4) threatening interstate commerce, and
5) assaulting current and former federal officers, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said at a press conference.

He faces up to 58 years in prison.



Yes, thank you for repeating what I already posted.

Why was he not charged with attempted murder or "attempting to assassinate two former US presidents"?


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Reply #101 posted 10/30/18 9:03am

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DJ, what is your issue?

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #102 posted 10/30/18 9:09am

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2freaky4church1 said:

DJ, what is your issue?


What is YOUR issue?

Fuck Sayoc. I hope he rots in prison and never gets out. He's a dangerous psychotic and a terrorist.

So why do any of you have a problem with me making a factual point?

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Reply #103 posted 10/30/18 9:13am

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2freaky4church1 said:

DJ, what is your issue?



He's a troll. He'll say "Fuck Sayoc" and then post nothing but "reasons" why Sayoc shouldn't even be in custody.

We've seen this 1,000 times over. Nothing new.

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Reply #104 posted 10/30/18 9:20am

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RodeoSchro said:

2freaky4church1 said:

DJ, what is your issue?



He's a troll. He'll say "Fuck Sayoc" and then post nothing but "reasons" why Sayoc shouldn't even be in custody.

We've seen this 1,000 times over. Nothing new.


You're a fucking liar.

Where did I post a single reason "why Sayoc shouldn't even be in custody"?

I didn't. You're a liar.

I said I hope he rots in prison and never gets out. You're a liar.

I said he's a dangerous psychotic and a terrorist. You're a liar.

What do you gain by ignoring what I actually say and pretending I said something else? What do you gain by refusing to address the FACT that he has not been charged with attempted murder?

You're a liar.


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Reply #105 posted 10/30/18 9:26am

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djThunderfunk said:



RodeoSchro said:




2freaky4church1 said:


DJ, what is your issue?





He's a troll. He'll say "Fuck Sayoc" and then post nothing but "reasons" why Sayoc shouldn't even be in custody.

We've seen this 1,000 times over. Nothing new.




You're a fucking liar.

Where did I post a single reason "why Sayoc shouldn't even be in custody"?

I didn't. You're a liar.

I said I hope he rots in prison and never gets out. You're a liar.

I said he's a dangerous psychotic and a terrorist. You're a liar.

What do you gain by ignoring what I actually say and pretending I said something else? What do you gain by refusing to address the FACT that he has not been charged with attempted murder?

You're a liar.



now now, name calling?
tsk tsk tsk.....such immaturity.
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Reply #106 posted 10/30/18 9:28am

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Not only am I absolutely NOT defending the piece of shit, Sayoc, NO ONE on this thread is defending him. Everybody on this thread believes he is guilty of the five crimes he is charged with and I suspect every one believes he should also be charged with terrorism.

I said I hope he rots in prison, but I've changed my mind.

If he is found guilty, I want him to get the death penalty. I don't want to see him on death row for decades, I want him to immediately be put to death. I don't even care about "cruel and unusual", I'd like to know that he suffered. Good enough?!?

That said, why is he not being charged with attempted murder, much less attempted assassination of US presidents? Clearly it's because of the ineffectiveness of his bombs. Does anybody have a different theory? Or shall we ignore facts and attack and lie about anyone that brings them up and asks questions?




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Reply #107 posted 10/30/18 9:32am

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free2bFreeda2 said:

djThunderfunk said:


You're a fucking liar.

Where did I post a single reason "why Sayoc shouldn't even be in custody"?

I didn't. You're a liar.

I said I hope he rots in prison and never gets out. You're a liar.

I said he's a dangerous psychotic and a terrorist. You're a liar.

What do you gain by ignoring what I actually say and pretending I said something else? What do you gain by refusing to address the FACT that he has not been charged with attempted murder?

You're a liar.


now now, name calling? tsk tsk tsk.....such immaturity.



LOL, he's not as good a troll as he used to be.

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Reply #108 posted 10/30/18 9:33am

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free2bFreeda2 said:

djThunderfunk said:


You're a fucking liar.

Where did I post a single reason "why Sayoc shouldn't even be in custody"?

I didn't. You're a liar.

I said I hope he rots in prison and never gets out. You're a liar.

I said he's a dangerous psychotic and a terrorist. You're a liar.

What do you gain by ignoring what I actually say and pretending I said something else? What do you gain by refusing to address the FACT that he has not been charged with attempted murder?

You're a liar.


now now, name calling? tsk tsk tsk.....such immaturity.


What "name calling"? I stated a fact. Rodeo lied about me. People that lie are liars. It's a fact, Rodeo is a liar.

What's immature is ignoring facts, deflecting debate, and attacking the person you disagree with.

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Reply #109 posted 10/30/18 9:35am

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RodeoSchro said:

free2bFreeda2 said:

djThunderfunk said: now now, name calling? tsk tsk tsk.....such immaturity.



LOL, he's not as good a troll as he used to be.


You're just as good at ignoring facts by attacking as you ever were.

Why are you afraid to discuss the fact that there are no attempted murder charges?

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Reply #110 posted 10/30/18 9:43am

Camileyun

djThunderfunk said:

Not only am I absolutely NOT defending the piece of shit, Sayoc, NO ONE on this thread is defending him. Everybody on this thread believes he is guilty of the five crimes he is charged with and I suspect every one believes he should also be charged with terrorism.

I said I hope he rots in prison, but I've changed my mind.

If he is found guilty, I want him to get the death penalty. I don't want to see him on death row for decades, I want him to immediately be put to death. I don't even care about "cruel and unusual", I'd like to know that he suffered. Good enough?!?

That said, why is he not being charged with attempted murder, much less attempted assassination of US presidents? Clearly it's because of the ineffectiveness of his bombs. Does anybody have a different theory? Or shall we ignore facts and attack and lie about anyone that brings them up and asks questions?

Probably for legal reasons. They don't want to muddy the waters on something his lawyer will be able to contest? He'll probably plead insanity, and use his bad bomb making as part of the proof. He'll die in prison, anyway. Just a theory.

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Reply #111 posted 10/30/18 9:55am

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Camileyun said:

Probably for legal reasons. They don't want to muddy the waters on something his lawyer will be able to contest? He'll probably plead insanity, and use his bad bomb making as part of the proof. He'll die in prison, anyway. Just a theory.


That's a pretty good theory.

Clearly he's a psychotic and a terrorist. The fact that he is an inept bomb-maker should not prevent conviction.








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Reply #112 posted 10/30/18 10:31am

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djThunderfunk said:

RodeoSchro said:



LOL, he's not as good a troll as he used to be.


You're just as good at ignoring facts by attacking as you ever were.

Why are you afraid to discuss the fact that there are no attempted murder charges?

It's far from over, he can still be charged with other additional charges.

CNN


Sayoc, who faces five federal counts, is likely to be hit with additional charges in the weeks to come. Prosecutors commonly charge only the most immediately provable crimes in an initial complaint. In this case, the SDNY might add charges including the use of a destructive device during and in furtherance of a crime of violence, use of a weapon of mass destruction and attempted murder of a former president or other official, depending on the continuing investigation. The SDNY could also decide to charge each pipe bomb as a separate count. Those charges, if added, could increase Sayoc's maximum punishment from 48 years to life in prison.

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Reply #113 posted 10/30/18 10:49am

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PennyPurple said:

djThunderfunk said:


You're just as good at ignoring facts by attacking as you ever were.

Why are you afraid to discuss the fact that there are no attempted murder charges?

It's far from over, he can still be charged with other additional charges.

CNN


Sayoc, who faces five federal counts, is likely to be hit with additional charges in the weeks to come. Prosecutors commonly charge only the most immediately provable crimes in an initial complaint. In this case, the SDNY might add charges including the use of a destructive device during and in furtherance of a crime of violence, use of a weapon of mass destruction and attempted murder of a former president or other official, depending on the continuing investigation. The SDNY could also decide to charge each pipe bomb as a separate count. Those charges, if added, could increase Sayoc's maximum punishment from 48 years to life in prison.


Yeah, that's a good possibility. They certainly have a case in regards to "use of destructive device" and probably have a case in regards to "use of a weapon of mass destruction". It'll be interesting to see if they go with "attempted murder", I wonder if his ability to carry through (or lack thereof) would have an effect on that charge or if intent is all that is necessary.

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Reply #114 posted 10/30/18 11:06am

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So...right-wingers are still stepping over themselves trying to marginalize what this moron did. Working overtime in negating the horribleness of his actions. (...in comparison if he was better capable at making bombs?)
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Reply #115 posted 10/30/18 11:12am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

So...right-wingers are still stepping over themselves trying to marginalize what this moron did. Working overtime in negating the horribleness of his actions. (...in comparison if he was better capable at making bombs?)


So much bullshit in such a short post.





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Reply #116 posted 10/30/18 11:14am

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djThunderfunk said:

PennyPurple said:

It's far from over, he can still be charged with other additional charges.

CNN


Sayoc, who faces five federal counts, is likely to be hit with additional charges in the weeks to come. Prosecutors commonly charge only the most immediately provable crimes in an initial complaint. In this case, the SDNY might add charges including the use of a destructive device during and in furtherance of a crime of violence, use of a weapon of mass destruction and attempted murder of a former president or other official, depending on the continuing investigation. The SDNY could also decide to charge each pipe bomb as a separate count. Those charges, if added, could increase Sayoc's maximum punishment from 48 years to life in prison.


Yeah, that's a good possibility. They certainly have a case in regards to "use of destructive device" and probably have a case in regards to "use of a weapon of mass destruction". It'll be interesting to see if they go with "attempted murder", I wonder if his ability to carry through (or lack thereof) would have an effect on that charge or if intent is all that is necessary.

There was obviously direct intent to threaten people with deadly force. The fact that he was an incompetent bomb maker is irrelevant. Intent matters. Can you imagine trying to defend this guy? Defending the indefensible.

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Reply #117 posted 10/30/18 11:16am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

So...right-wingers are still stepping over themselves trying to marginalize what this moron did. Working overtime in negating the horribleness of his actions. (...in comparison if he was better capable at making bombs?)

Seriously, where do you come up with this shit? Cite an example, please.

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Reply #118 posted 10/30/18 11:47am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

So...right-wingers are still stepping over themselves trying to marginalize what this moron did. Working overtime in negating the horribleness of his actions. (...in comparison if he was better capable at making bombs?)




Sure they are. It's what they do.

AS you may recall, the second or third post on the original thread about this was OnlyNDUsa letting us all know that it was a "leftist" that was doing this. Then SuperFurryAnimal chimed in to say it was a false flag.

Right-wingers are unhinged from reality and place partisan politics over the good of the country. I hope the good citizens of our country are starting to realize that.

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Reply #119 posted 10/30/18 11:50am

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djThunderfunk said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Cesar Sayoc has been charged with five federal crimes, including

1) interstate transportation of an explosive,
2) illegal mailing of an explosive,
3) threats against former presidents,
4) threatening interstate commerce, and
5) assaulting current and former federal officers, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said at a press conference.

He faces up to 58 years in prison.



Yes, thank you for repeating what I already posted.

Why was he not charged with attempted murder or "attempting to assassinate two former US presidents"?


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I had to because you don't understand it.

He is being charged with threatening two US presidents - what do you think that means, genius?

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