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Cat last won the day on April 19 2011

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  1. Ruh roh - indictments

  2. Ruh roh - indictments

    Lol I forgot about that...like completely
  3. Well he is on his 3rd marriage already and has had multiple affairs in the past against other women. so she likely already knew of this behavior and was ok with it. Not to mention they have a kid. Oh yeah and I know as a man you think you get to tell women how and what to do with their personal life but its NONE OF YOUR fuging BUSINESS. You sexist little man. Dude u got probs
  4. Ruh roh - indictments

    yeah i think you're right. Still needs to interview a few people I'm sure.
  5. Ruh roh - indictments

    They've been laying the ground work on issues for years. No wonder my GOP friends and family started sounding fuging looney toons a few years ago....no seriously.
  6. Someone isn't sleeping well tonight or tomorrow or for a long time. One, two, Muellers coming for youThree, four, better lock your doorFive, six, call your lawyerSeven, eight, gonna stay up lateNine, ten, never sleep again
  7. More indictments, this time 13 Russians and 3 Russian entities getting charged them with conspiracy to defraud the United States https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/16/us/politics/russians-indicted-mueller-election-interference.html?action=Click&contentCollection=BreakingNews&contentID=66535538&pgtype=article It wont let me copy and paste from article. The last paragraph is very interesting. Apparently they were meeting with 1 unidentified American and he was directing them were to focus their efforts. I wonder why they are keeping that American unidentified.
  8. The reason you stay so ignorant is because you do not let any thing in your thick skull that doesn't already have a seat in there. The federal government should ban assault weapons like they did in 1994 except it shouldn't have an end date.
  9. lol I guess congress can't make a law banning grenades and rocket lauchers because it's my constitutional right to own them. Stop being so purposefully foolish.
  10. You and all your shouldn'ts. I'm not talking about Twylyghts wishful reality. I'm talking about actual reality.
  11. And did women have the right to vote when they ruled they didn't? No, it was not their right. They didn't have the right to vote until an amendment. Stop trying to alter the topic. This isn't about what I'm "OK" with. We are talking about legality. I said they do not have a constitutional right to own an AR-15 and that is a fact.
  12. Considering that is what we go on then it's really not.
  13. Banning the AR-15 and other military style weapons isn't unconstitutional and taking your 2nd amendment away. It's been done before and the Supreme Court had no issue with it, it's also been banned in multiple states and it wasn't ruled unconstitutional.
  14. It's been looking like Gates was in the process of a plea deal for a while based on his lawyer shuffling. Seems like it has been done. https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/15/politics/rick-gates-plea-deal-mueller-russia-investigation/index.html Washington (CNN)Former Trump campaign adviser Rick Gates is finalizing a plea deal with special counsel Robert Mueller's office, indicating he's poised to cooperate in the investigation, according to sources familiar with the case. Gates has already spoken to Mueller's team about his case and has been in plea negotiations for about a month. He's had what criminal lawyers call a "Queen for a Day" interview, in which a defendant answers any questions from the prosecutors' team, including about his own case and other potential criminal activity he witnessed. Gates' cooperation could be another building block for Mueller in a possible case against President Donald Trump or key members of his team. Meanwhile: Steve Bannon told the House Intelligence Committee that he had been instructed by the White House to invoke executive privilege on behalf of President Donald Trump, declining to answer a wide array of key questions pertinent to the Russia investigation and prompting lawmakers to consider holding him in contempt.