Brad_ATX

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  1. I'm Brad_ATX and I approve this message.
  2. "Facts" are certainly debatable in this case.
  3. And there's this. Apparently the vetting process for the Trump campaign was a quick google search: http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/‘anyone-with-a-pulse’-how-a-russia-friendly-adviser-found-his-way-into-the-trump-campaign/ar-BBBwkjT?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp
  4. This should really be in the Smack Forum since it doesn't come from anything close to a legitimate news source.
  5. Breaking now. Robert Mueller, former head of FBI, has been named the Special Counsel to oversee the Russia investigation. He gets the entire weight and power of the FBI at his disposal. This is different from a true Independent Prosecutor as he will still be under the purview of the DOJ, but it certainly gives some added weight to what's going on. http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/special-counsel-will-take-over-fbi-russia-campaign-interference-investigation-n761271
  6. I actually think he may win the Republican nomination if things keep going this way. R's will be looking to get as far away from Trump as possible and Kasich is one of the few who has a provable track record of being against Trump from the beginning. If anything, he's the logical choice to signal a change in the party in 2020.
  7. You would think so, but partisanship knows no bounds with some. As Chuck Todd noted today in his twitter, 31% of the population supported Nixon to the bitter end.
  8. He would have gotten my vote too. Repeatedly said during the campaign that Kasich was the only Republican candidate making any sense and that I would have voted for him in a heart-beat.
  9. He's not wrong. (Edit: Homer beat me to it)
  10. Dear Lord someone in the House is acting like an adult.
  11. Unreal. Does he make it to Memorial Day at this pace?
  12. WOW. First reported by the NYT and it has now been confirmed by NBC as well. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/comey-memo-says-trump-asked-him-to-end-flynn-investigation/ar-BBBdmgu?ocid=spartandhp
  13. You as well
  14. I can always agree to disagree. It's what civilized people do when facts could be disputed.
  15. There's a really concerning line in this, especially coming from a conservative voice like Erickson. "I am told that what the President did is actually far worse than what is being reported." If true, we as a country really need to put aside partisan B.S. and start thinking about the long-term effects of this presidency on the U.S.A. There's a time for politics. Now is not that time.