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(CNN)   GSA admits that Administrator's testimony to Congress on whether Trump was involved in decision not to move FBI HQ (which is across the street from Trump's hotel) was "incomplete" in the sense that she said he wasn't and we now have proof he was   ( cnn.com) divider line
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2018-10-18 04:28:25 PM  
It wasn't about competition with other hotels - it was about Vlad keeping a close watch on the FBI.
 
2018-10-18 04:55:39 PM  
Is it just me, or does it seem like everything this administration does is underhanded, evil or incompetent?

Nah.Can't be. I'm sure I'm mistaken.
 
2018-10-18 05:07:35 PM  

Slypork: Is it just me, or does it seem like everything this administration does is underhanded, evil or incompetent?

Nah.Can't be. I'm sure I'm mistaken.


I'm sure Trump can take a wiz without being any of those. But that's about it.
 
2018-10-18 06:59:55 PM  
Try not to commit any perjury on the way to the parking lot.
 
2018-10-18 08:03:07 PM  
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2018-10-18 08:22:15 PM  
There is no lie too small for this administration.
 
2018-10-18 08:23:00 PM  

Slypork: Is it just me, or does it seem like everything this administration does is underhanded, evil or incompetent?

Nah.Can't be. I'm sure I'm mistaken.


How about in many cases "all of the above"?
 
2018-10-18 08:23:48 PM  
Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.
 
2018-10-18 08:26:34 PM  
If the Democrats don't start a rousing game of "How much of the Trump administration can we get put in jail for perjury" when they win the House I'm going to be sorely disappointed.

Perhaps not surprised, but disappointed.
 
2018-10-18 08:28:52 PM  

Ambivalence: Slypork: Is it just me, or does it seem like everything this administration does is underhanded, evil or incompetent?

Nah.Can't be. I'm sure I'm mistaken.

I'm sure Trump can take a wiz without being any of those. But that's about it.


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/sorry
//not sorry
 
2018-10-18 08:29:44 PM  

Slypork: Is it just me, or does it seem like everything this administration does is underhanded, evil or and incompetent?

Nah.Can't be. I'm sure I'm mistaken.

 
2018-10-18 08:30:58 PM  
This must be a day ending in "y."
 
2018-10-18 08:32:52 PM  
Holy Buckets, has Trump never heard of a "cutout" or "plausible deniability"?
All he needs to do is have a useless minion like his son in law do the talking for him. Then he can claim the idea didn't come from him.
 
2018-10-18 08:33:44 PM  
Most corrupt administration United States history.
 
2018-10-18 08:34:06 PM  

jasonvatch: It wasn't about competition with other hotels - it was about Vlad keeping a close watch on the FBI.


I'm really trying to picture Trump Org setting up a clandestine sigint operation.  All I'm getting is mental images of Eric calling the geek squad for assistance.
 
2018-10-18 08:34:09 PM  

olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.


Catty corner.
 
2018-10-18 08:34:56 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.


Kitty corner
 
2018-10-18 08:35:47 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.


This is caddy corner..

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2018-10-18 08:37:23 PM  
Someone remind me of how Obama and the Clintons are the"most corrupt" politicians of era.
 
2018-10-18 08:37:51 PM  

nucal: Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.

Kitty corner


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2018-10-18 08:38:23 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.


Cater corner is the actual term.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictio​nary/catercorner
 
2018-10-18 08:41:02 PM  

Mikey1969: Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.

Cater corner is the actual term.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictio​nary/catercorner


Do they have taco trucks there? I could go for a carnitas taco....
 
2018-10-18 08:41:06 PM  
Is there anyone tied to this administration who has not committed perjury of some kind while testifying to Congress?  These are some of the most lying motherfarkers ever.

I'd be happy to find someone who only committed miniscule perjury at this point.
 
2018-10-18 08:43:54 PM  
So. Much. Winning.
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2018-10-18 08:46:08 PM  

CitizenReserveCorps: jasonvatch: It wasn't about competition with other hotels - it was about Vlad keeping a close watch on the FBI.

I'm really trying to picture Trump Org setting up a clandestine sigint operation.  All I'm getting is mental images of Eric calling the geek squad for assistance.


No, I'm talking about Russian tenants in Trump Tower.
 
2018-10-18 08:47:19 PM  

Mikey1969: Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.

Cater corner is the actual term.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictio​nary/catercorner


Kitty-corner is also acceptable.
 
2018-10-18 08:51:00 PM  
Is that is? Did we get him?
 
2018-10-18 09:00:35 PM  
Can anyone tell the truth in this administration?

***

Whenever I had a TDY to D.C., you can bet your bippy I didn't get to stay downtown. There are no hotel rates that fall within government per diem rates around there. Instead, I'd have to stay out at Tyson Corners or somewhere and then drive a rental car in everyday. Trumps hotel is highly unlikely to get business from government employees unless they're high ranking SES types who write their own waivers.
 
2018-10-18 09:07:14 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: Mikey1969: Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.

Cater corner is the actual term.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictio​nary/catercorner

Do they have taco trucks there? I could go for a carnitas taco....


Mmmmmmmmm taco truck.

:-)
 
2018-10-18 09:07:33 PM  
C'mon Goodlatte, you loudmouth cocksucker. Let's hear how you are going to hold her in contempt of Congress for lying. What's that you say? She is part of the republican administration so you are going to say she probably just made a mistake?
 
2018-10-18 09:07:48 PM  

Brosephus: Is there anyone tied to this administration who has not committed perjury of some kind while testifying to Congress?  These are some of the most lying motherfarkers ever.

I'd be happy to find someone who only committed miniscule perjury at this point.


Minuscule.
 
2018-10-18 09:14:48 PM  
It was about adoptions.
 
2018-10-18 09:31:11 PM  
Truth is determined by power, not by facts or evidence. When the king or his representatives speak  it is truth, regardless of any contrary evidence.

This is the modern Republican mindset. They want a king or a dictator. They are traitors to the very foundations of this nation. Treat their statements as such.
 
2018-10-18 09:36:38 PM  

Catlenfell: Holy Buckets, has Trump never heard of a "cutout" or "plausible deniability"?
All he needs to do is have a useless minion like his son in law do the talking for him. Then he can claim the idea didn't come from him.


He's been a rich* businessman for his entire life, thanks to his father. Laws almost never applied to him, and when they did, the consequences amounted to him essentially having to hand over pocket change.

He never HAD to learn about plausible deniability, because America only punishes rich criminals if they fark over someone wealthier. Trump is a shining example of why you don't put businessmen in the White House, and why we need to prosecute the fark out of white collar crime.
 
2018-10-18 09:56:42 PM  

LordJiro: Catlenfell: Holy Buckets, has Trump never heard of a "cutout" or "plausible deniability"?
All he needs to do is have a useless minion like his son in law do the talking for him. Then he can claim the idea didn't come from him.

He's been a rich* businessman for his entire life, thanks to his father. Laws almost never applied to him, and when they did, the consequences amounted to him essentially having to hand over pocket change.

He never HAD to learn about plausible deniability, because America only punishes rich criminals if they fark over someone wealthier. Trump is a shining example of why you don't put businessmen in the White House, and why we need to prosecute the fark out of white collar crime.


NPR had a whole segment today explaining how his father gave him loan after loan to avoid taxes.
It showed Trump is an awful business man, except in the areas his dad taught him to skirt the law.

It also feels like this is shining a light on a whole breed of criminal that has basically gone unpunished by the courts. The elite wealthy and those that do their bidding.

A few hundred years ago had you destroyed the world economy through cooking the banking books and such(super simplified), you would have been draw and quartered and the whole of the world would have cheered.

We had that happen recently(past decade) and if I am not mistaken one a handful of people have even been brought up on charges.

It is because white collar crime is not sexy and doesn't bring in the page clicks.
 
2018-10-18 09:59:39 PM  

farkyorefeelings: Mikey1969: Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.

Cater corner is the actual term.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictio​nary/catercorner

Kitty-corner is also acceptable.


Or that technical term machinists use, 'kitty-wampus'
 
2018-10-18 10:04:10 PM  

olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.


I always thought it was kitty  corner
 
2018-10-18 10:06:35 PM  

SoberCannibal: farkyorefeelings: Mikey1969: Peter von Nostrand: olomana: Not across the street, but caddy corner. But still.

Catty corner.

Cater corner is the actual term.
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictio​nary/catercorner

Kitty-corner is also acceptable.

Or that technical term machinists use, 'kitty-wampus'


I always heard that as catty-wumpus, but I think we can both agree pussy is involved.
 
2018-10-18 10:12:14 PM  

etoof: Ambivalence: Slypork: Is it just me, or does it seem like everything this administration does is underhanded, evil or incompetent?

Nah.Can't be. I'm sure I'm mistaken.

I'm sure Trump can take a wiz without being any of those. But that's about it.

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/sorry
//not sorry


Had a few too many prince alberts.
 
2018-10-19 01:36:43 AM  
FTA: White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said that the "House Democrats have it all wrong... The President wanted to save the government money and also the FBI leadership did not want to move its headquarters."

Excuse me, how could he both "want to save the government money" with this and not be involved with it (as was stated under oath.)

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