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Brad_ATX

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  1. I wonder if they could though since it's technically a concessions agreement with another company and not Chick-Fil-A itself. Calling @NolaAuTiger!
  2. Please read through the thread first before commenting. I have no intention of re-litigating what I've already said here
  3. Except you did try to tell me what was going on in my head. I gave you solid reasoning for my opposition to the "fair tax" that had nothing to do with immigration. You then tried to say it had everything to do with illegals. When you fail to reply to what I actually wrote and the reasoning behind it, you deserve to be called names.
  4. Wait, my view on the fair tax has something to do with immigration? Well thanks for telling me what's in my head! Moron.
  5. You inferred incorrectly (and are the only one to do so). I've repeatedly in this thread said Barr report. Sorry that I didn't use the word "summary" instead. Either way, the point still stands.
  6. This is far too reasonable and a central part of why Mueller was assigned this investigation in the first place.
  7. There's so much truth here. If you don't stick to actual news sources, you're doomed to fall into the hyperbole trap. It's why I rarely watch news to begin with anymore. Prefer to read the AP wire and get straight sourced info.
  8. No dude. It's the actual Barr report. Click the show more tabs. It's also all we have at the moment.
  9. Your obsession with what the non-reporting press says is sad bro. Read the AP, Reuters, etc and stop watching cable news. May find that there's still good journalism being done and not just people yelling at each other. I haven't watched a single second of news since this report came out. Instead I chose to read the actual report as written by Barr, find a couple of good non-partisan analysis pieces from law professionals, and go from there. Try it some time. Your blood pressure may come down. And yes, my wife thinks I'm damn cute as well.
  10. For all of you who are too damn lazy, here's a link to the report. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/03/24/us/politics/barr-letter-mueller-report.html#g-page-1
  11. See, this is where you let others frame the narrative. The investigation was about Russian interference into our elections. It's literally laid out that way in the opening of the Barr report. Stop the outrage and READ THE REPORT. It's only four pages long so I'm not asking for a huge time investment here. Collusion was a fraction of the overall investigation. Trump definitely won here and he came out with a stronger presidency yesterday than he's had in a while. But if you let commentators in the media shape your entire world being, then you're an idiot, plain and simple.
  12. It's literally right in the Barr report. How are you this lazy? Here's the direct quote: After making a “thorough factual investigation” into these matters, the Special Counsel considered whether to evaluate the conduct under Department standards governing prosecution and declination decisions but ultimately determined not to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment. The Special Counsel therefore did not draw a conclusion - one way or the other – as to whether the examined conduct constituted obstruction. Instead, for each of the relevant actions investigated, the report sets out evidence on both sides of the question and leaves unresolved what the Special Counsel views as “difficult issues” of law and fact concerning whether the President's actions and intent could be viewed as obstruction. The Special Counsel states that “while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.”
  13. No, I don't get the outrage because I have a functioning brain that understands the difference between news and commentary. Learn to sift through the noise and you'll see that actual reporting on the investigation was pretty accurate. Also, you should really learn the difference between libel and slander. It's amazing to me that people still don't see the investigation as a success. Criminal elements from within our own government (hello Mr. Flynn) were taken out and the democratic process is at the very least getting a stronger public vote of confidence now. That's never a bad thing.