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  1. Anybodyhome

    16 day Mar-a-lago vacation this holiday season

    We know that all too well when he says poo like, "It's a civil matter," or, "...clears the president..." I mean, he has White House attorneys, right? Does he not have someone telling him, "You're in deep sh!t, here." ? I mean, this ain't Mueller stuff. The Cohen thing, the National Enquirer thing, the Maria Butina deal... none of that is Mueller. It's his DOJ and the NYSD who are bringing this on.
  2. Missed opportunity. You'll have to ask them about that.
  3. Anybodyhome

    We could have a new starting left tackle

    You got it- poll question going up....
  4. Anybodyhome

    16 day Mar-a-lago vacation this holiday season

    Saw a report somewhere yesterday that he never showed up for work in the West Wing. Don't know how true it is, but why do I find it way too easy to believe he just stayed in all day?
  5. Anybodyhome

    We could have a new starting left tackle

    Over/under on number of sacks on Cam? +/- 4 and I'm going over....
  6. Don't the BOA and Panthers allow high school boosters to run and make some money off the concessions? So, basically you've got a bunch of helicopter parents with no food service experience inside, and anyone is surprised the food is crap? Edit: You want some unbelievable stadium food? Petco Park in San Diego....
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    The Official Robert Mueller is comin! Thread

    https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/midterms/article219323435.html The National Rifle Association’s political spending is sharply down heading into the 2018 midterm elections, a shift that could reflect declining fundraising in the wake of a string of mass shootings and an FBI investigation into the group’s Russia ties. The politically potent gun advocacy group has this year spent one-tenth of what it had spent politically at this point in 2014, according to the most recent filings with the Federal Election Commission. So far, the NRA’s political action committee and political non-profit arm have spent just over $1.6 million in 2018 on outside expenditures, such as political attack ads, and direct campaign contributions to federal candidates and groups, compared to more than $16 million on similar expenses at this point in 2014. That decline comes as the FBI investigates whether the group illegally received money from Russia to fuel its support of President Donald Trump during the 2016 election and as the group has seen a decline in dues that has deepened the group’s operating deficit. And it comes in a year when more than half the states in the country have passed gun safety measures in the wake of protests following the February 14, 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 students dead, and other deadly shootings before it. Monday marked the one-year anniversary of the nation’s worst mass shooting, in which 58 people died and several hundred were injured on the Las Vegas Strip. “I think in a lot of places they have a popularity problem,” said Jennifer Duffy, senior editor of The Cook Political Report. She said the shootings and the Russia inquiry could both be taking its toll. “Their strategy is don’t give an inch,” because then you might have to give a second inch, Duffy said. “I think that that was a strategy that served them pretty well for a while and now they’re paying a price for it.” The NRA didn’t comment on whether it is seeing a decline in donations, but provided a statement to McClatchy after publication. “While the NRA doesn’t have billions to spend, we have a formidable grassroots organization. Our strength has always been the tens of millions of NRA members and Second Amendment supporters who consistently go to the polls and vote for candidates who support our constitutional right to self defense. “ ... and there's much more in the link... Read more here: https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/midterms/article219323435.html#storylink=cpy Read more here: https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/midterms/article219323435.html#storylink=cpy
  8. Anybodyhome

    The Official Robert Mueller is comin! Thread

    As long as the hunting is good... Looks like the hunting has been pretty successful so far.
  9. Just in time for the Republican Convention. After 2 years of watching the GOP sh!t all over itself figuratively, we might see it literally happen.
  10. Anybodyhome

    Trump Goes at it With Pelosi and Schumer... and Loses

    Even though he has few W's to his credit, unless you consider a USSC appointment and a tax increase disguised and advertised as a tax cut.
  11. Anybodyhome

    Trump Wants to Deport Vietnam Refugees

    Just another attempt to slow the browning of America.
  12. https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/12/donald-trump-deport-vietnam-war-refugees/577993/ The Trump administration is resuming its efforts to deport certain protected Vietnamese immigrants who have lived in the United States for decades—many of them having fled the country during the Vietnam War. This is the latest move in the president’s long record of prioritizing harsh immigration and asylum restrictions, and one that’s sure to raise eyebrows—the White House had hesitantly backed off the plan in August before reversing course. In essence, the administration has now decided that Vietnamese immigrants who arrived in the country before the establishment of diplomatic ties between the United States and Vietnam are subject to standard immigration law—meaning they are all eligible for deportation. The new stance mirrors White House efforts to clamp down on immigration writ large, a frequent complaint of the president’s on the campaign trail and one he links to a litany of ills in the United States. The administration last year began pursuing the deportation of many long-term immigrants from Vietnam, Cambodia, and other countries who the administration alleges are “violent criminal aliens.” But Washington and Hanoi have a unique 2008 agreement that specifically bars the deportation of Vietnamese people who arrived in the United States before July 12, 1995—the date the two former foes reestablished diplomatic relations following the Vietnam War. The White House unilaterally reinterpreted the agreement in the spring of 2017 to exempt people convicted of crimes from its protections, allowing the administration to send back a small number of pre-1995 Vietnamese immigrants, a policy it retreated from this past August. Last week, however, James Thrower, a spokesperson for the U.S. embassy in Hanoi, said the American government was again reversing course. Washington now believes that the 2008 agreement fails to protect pre-1995 Vietnamese immigrants from deportation, Thrower told The Atlantic. “The United States and Vietnam signed a bilateral agreement on removals in 2008 that establishes procedures for deporting Vietnamese citizens who arrived in the United States after July 12, 1995, and are subject to final orders of removal,” Thrower said. “While the procedures associated with this specific agreement do not apply to Vietnamese citizens who arrived in the United States before July 12, 1995, it does not explicitly preclude the removal of pre-1995 cases.” The about-turn came as a State Department spokesperson confirmed that the Department of Homeland Security had met with representatives of the Vietnamese embassy in Washington, D.C., but declined to provide details of when the talks took place or what was discussed. “Forty-three years ago, a lot of the Southeast Asian communities and Vietnamese communities fled their countries and their homeland due to the war, which the U.S. was involved in, fleeing for their safety and the safety of their families,” said Kevin Lam, the organizing director of the Asian American Resource Workshop, an advocacy group. “The U.S. would do well to remember that.” ------------------------------------------------------------------ For those of you too young to remember, the United States assisted thousands of Vietnam citizens, a lot of them Montagnards who fought the Communist North Vietnamese Army and were advisors to the US military. We put them on airplanes, helicopters and ships and flew many of them into Travis Air Force Base, near Sacramento. They most certainly would have been imprisoned or, even worse, executed had they stayed in country.
  13. Anybodyhome

    Please tell me this will be the end of Trump

    The Oval Office potted plant approach to avoid getting into this sh!tstorm:
  14. You say 'sarcasm' now....... .....until you get caught in the 77 South traffic on a Sunday morning a couple years down the road.