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AUFAN78

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  1. Jones has skeletons in the closet. Like I've said previously, I have no idea if that info will be revealed.
  2. Did you really assist in running a coup against a sitting president. This isn't a third world country. Did you do it? Did Hunter really make millions due to his name? Did you assist him in doing so? Did you really swim naked and demand female staff witness the occurrence? Are you a freak? (wait, that was my Joe Rogan moment) Following up on JR moments, Did you frequently do cocaine with Hunter? Caveat: yes I had a couple Blanton's post golf round.
  3. We can agree, as long as it is accurate. Not sure you care really.
  4. No offense Brad, but when you start making millions each year you'll see things differently. IIWII
  5. Fine no problem, but I guarantee you didn't make millions. The reality is simple, this isn't about Trump, but rather the tax system. Been that way for as long as I can remember. Lets shoot straight here please.
  6. Not like we find trays of mail in a ditch in Wisconsin. Nothing to see here.
  7. She looks great! 106? Amazing!
  8. Regardless of outcome, I would not be surprised at all if this ends up in SCOTUS as it has previously.
  9. What could be worse? If the officer that missed has his charges dropped for suppressive fire while covering endangered officers. Talk about an uproar.
  10. The historical precedent is clear, as set out by National Review’s Dan McLaughlin. When a vacancy occurs in a presidential year and the opposition party has a majority in the Senate, the president can nominate, but the nominee is almost never confirmed. There have been 10 such vacancies in the history of the republic. Presidents made pre-Election Day nominations in six cases, but only one nominee was confirmed before the election. That was in 1888. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/columnists/whos-violating-norms-these-days
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