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Willy Mo last won the day on July 26 2015

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  1. It appears the vote has been canceled by the way.
  2. The rich and white are the establishment in this county. The idea that any corporate pig is going to go against the capitalist establishment that ensures the concentration of their power and wealth is a laughable fantasy. I don’t believe in heroic billionaires. On any side of the spectrum. Those with the most resources and power will always be the “establishment” because they have the greatest influence on how our society is structured. Trump doesn’t even have any major policy differences from the majority Republican establishment. Their differences are rhetorical and optical. If you think Paul Ryan or Mitch McConnell aren’t just as evil, if not even more ideologically more hellbent on the enforcement of the hierarchical distribution of resources and political power as trump is, you’re blind. I don’t see Trump as any different than assholes like Cruz, Steve King, or any other rhetorically hardline republican senator. He’s just a tad more open about the actual purpose and goals of the conservative worldview.
  3. Are you telling me whether or not some rich asshole and his rich asshole friends go to jail or not is going to radically change our country? I can understand if you were this passionate about some other political line such as that of a culture war or a radical economic issue...but being so passionate about the innerworkings of a horrible organization crafting a pointless investigation just seems like a waste of energy to me. I mean, if I did have kids, I would care more about whether or not they have accessible healthcare or if they are free to be themselves in our society, not if Peter Szork didn’t want the senile orange man to be president.
  4. I can’t wait until this bullshit song and dance is over. The Russia investigation is never going to lead to trump going anywhere but the campaign trail. I’m so burned out by all the right and center tugging over who did what illegally, all the talking points and all the make a wish bullshit about who’s arch political rival is going to sit in jail. How do yall have the patience to keep up with this winding staircase of bad faith bullshit and wishing and hoping on the ability of these awful institutions? It’s just infinitely tiring when the sole thing dominating the news cycle is the thing that will move the least amount of people in either direction.
  5. Willy Mo

    Somebody come look at this

    This is far too entertaining to not allow.
  6. Imagine me watching a video from a literal trump cheerleading channel. This is the news you consume. Lmao.
  7. The allegations were given to her therapist in 2012. On the record. At a time where Kavanaugh was just another bland judge going nowhere. You’re reaching
  8. I disagree. I think it was a premeditated murder based on his squad, and army in general, getting tired of his fame and then anti-war sentiments. Tillman was literally walking propaganda at the time. You don’t think a large amount of people wouldn’t want that image shattered?
  9. I highly doubt the government and military complex would go so far in making sure nobody knew how he died if it was as simple as a “dispute between squadmates”. I also highly doubt that a highly trained military officer would murder one of his squad mates in such a blind rage, and that any of the rest of the squad would go on to just have let that happen. I do think the squad mate did it. I don’t think it was as simple as a “dispute” though.
  10. It wasn’t because “he was gonna meet with Chomsky”. Despite his enlisting, Tillman had heavily expressed privately how much of a sham that the Iraq war was , and did so in a time wherein American jingoism were at an all time high. And like I said, he was in correspondence with far left anti-war intellectuals like Chomsky. But that’s just speculation as to the reason why. The actual medical evidence and other reports suggest his friendly fire incident was 100% deliberate. On July 26, 2007, Chris Matthews reported on Hardball that Tillman's death may have been a case of deliberate murder by Tillman's fellow soldiers – specifically that the bullet holes were tight and neat, suggesting a shot at close range. Matthews based his speculation on a report from the doctors who examined Tillman's body. The following day the Associated Pressreported that a doctor who examined Tillman's body after his death wrote, "The medical evidence did not match up with the scenario as described",[30] also noting that the wound entrances appeared as though he had been shot with an M16 rifle from fewer than 10 yards (9.1 m) away. A possible motive was not identified. When officers and soldiers were asked during a criminal investigation, they said they were certain the shooting was accidental. According to one of his fellow soldiers, Tillman "was popular among his fellow soldiers and had no enemies."[30][31] In addition, in response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by the Associated Press, the Defense Department released 2,300 pages of documents which were reported to indicate:[30] There has never been evidence of enemy fire found on the scene, and no members of Tillman's group had been hit by enemy fire. The three-star general who withheld details of Tillman's death from his parents for a number of months told investigators approximately 70 times that he had a bad memory and couldn't recall details of his actions. Army attorneys sent each other congratulatory e-mails for keeping criminal investigators at bay as the Army conducted an internal friendly-fire investigation that resulted in administrative, or non-criminal, punishments. Army doctors told the investigators that Tillman's wounds suggested murder because "the medical evidence did not match-up with the scenario as described."[30] As both wars droned on, Tillman, the picture perfect recruiting poster boy, evolved into somewhat of a wild card. With a Chomsky meeting on the horizon, there existed a very real possibility that Tillman might go public with his anti-war anti-Bush stance in the weeks leading up to the 2004 presidential election, dealing a fatal blow to the very foundation of the Bush administration's propaganda pyramid. That day, however, never came. On April 22nd, 2004, Tillman was killed on patrol in Afghanistan by three American bullets to the head.
  11. - actually thinks Obama was an evil Muslim advancing a communist agenda
  12. Here's the thing: the judicial nomination wing of the White House is where the Trump administration is reputedly the most professional. So it's a hell of thing if they went into this with eyes wide open. They are nominating record numbers of judges at record speed. I doubt they didn’t know about his, also considering that the accuser admitted his openly to her therapist back in 2012. And unless the accuser knew in 2012 that Kavanaugh would be a judge in 2018, it’s incredibly likely this is a credible accusation and the GOP got out ifnront of this way before.
  13. Remember when Kavanaugh was first nominated there was a spate of articles by women testifying to his good character -- a great carpool dad, coach of girl's basketball team, mentor to young women etc. And remember how the girl's basketball team came out for Kavanaugh at the hearings? All of this hardly seems like a coincidence. There might be a different reasons why Kavanaugh's political allies wanted to make the pitch he's good for women: to deflect from worries about overturning Roe, GOP numbers are bad with women. But one other reason comes to mind: They knew this story was out there.. And of course the were able to quickly get 65 women who knew Kavanaugh when he went to an all boy's school to say he was a real little gentleman. Nothing suspicious or premeditated about that. So, to speculate: there might have been some inkling in White House about sexual assault story & they tried to preemptively arm against. Which is hard to believe but Trump has a pattern of defending accused men (himself, O'Reilly, Ailes, Porter, Moore, etc).
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