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Thanks Steve, you are correct as usual.

Cavanami, Jerome Corsi is dumber than you are, but I'll give you a Donald for the best Trumpanzee post of the day...

 

 

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10 hours ago, cavanami said:

Coss...wrong again!

Mueller's rush to sentence Trump associates - an unusual way to treat cooperating witnesses - suggests Russia investigation is ending

Amid the whirlwind of hearings, guilty pleas and sentencing memos that has been Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe in the last few weeks, an unusual pattern has emerged.

One of Mueller’s biggest successes as his team investigate 2016 election meddling and possible collusion between Moscow and Donald Trump’s campaign team, has been his ability to get former associates of the president to “flip” and cooperate with him.

Among the more high-profile are Trump’s former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen, former White House national security advisor Michael Flynn, and former campaign foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos. They have all pleaded guilty to charges in some form and pledged to work with Mueller.

But the curious thing comes with the speed at which Mueller’s team has rushed to sentencing. Papadopoulos has already been released from a two-week jail term and Cohen was handed just over three years for a number of finance charges – and lying to Congress – earlier this week. Flynn will be sentenced for lying to federal investigators in the next few days.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/mueller-apos-rush-sentence-trump-184849050.html

Wrong? how so? you really are missing the meaning of English words, the article you reference,  merely notes the (in the author's opinion) unusual nature of the  speed at which Mueller’s team has proceeded to sentencing. And explains this (in the author's opinion).

"If Mueller is wrapping up soon, the cases of Flynn, Manafort and Cohen are laid out in a way that will be clear to any more people who wish to cooperate. You can either cooperate fully, like Flynn, and get little to no jail time. You can cooperate slightly less than fully, like Cohen did with New York prosecutors, and get a few years. Or you can not cooperate, like Manafort and face a decade or more in prison.  The choice is out there, but it looks like it won’t be there much longer."

None of this absolves Trump or his family or others, all these successful convictions do is lay the table for the main feast.

Do you actually view the material you post? or do you just scan the headlines?...for your lack of comprehension cavanami, I give you an Eric /Turd

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10 hours ago, cavanami said:

Liars in the swamp get outed....Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch, sets the recard straight!

Jim Jordan GOES OFF During Clinton Foundation Hearing..... etc

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How does Coss compare to Dr. Jerome Corsi:

Coss: do you have a doctorate? NO

Dr Corsi: He received a PhD in political science from Harvard University in 1972

Coss: have you written books? NO

Dr. Corsi: check the link for the MANY books Dr, Corsi has written, https://www.google.com/search?q=list+of+jerome+corsi+books&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b

Very obvious Coss has his...and who is the stupid one? not Dr, Corsi .
 

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The number one issue bar none is the money in politics, specifically Citizens United case where the Supreme Court basically said legalize bribery as long as we know who you are and even that is muddied. 

First and foremost. The Koch family spent 150 million on a campaign. Is that okay with people? 

The second thing is why are members of the House and Senate being paid with everyone's tax dollars. They are NOT there to represent the country. They are there to represent the area/state that elected them. By doing that they also act in the best interest of the nation but they are primarily there to represent a specifid, defined area and people. Why am I paying Nancy Pelosi's salary? It should be the state of California's responsibilty alone. If they want to pay her 1 dollar or 1 million a year so be it. It's their money. Same with members of the House. 

This includes their health plan, retirement, etc, It should be wholly paid by the people who put them there. Or doesn't that make sense? 

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5 hours ago, chocolat steve said:

The number one issue bar none is the money in politics, specifically Citizens United case where the Supreme Court basically said legalize bribery as long as we know who you are and even that is muddied. 

First and foremost. The Koch family spent 150 million on a campaign. Is that okay with people? 

The second thing is why are members of the House and Senate being paid with everyone's tax dollars. They are NOT there to represent the country. They are there to represent the area/state that elected them. By doing that they also act in the best interest of the nation but they are primarily there to represent a specifid, defined area and people. Why am I paying Nancy Pelosi's salary? It should be the state of California's responsibilty alone. If they want to pay her 1 dollar or 1 million a year so be it. It's their money. Same with members of the House. 

This includes their health plan, retirement, etc, It should be wholly paid by the people who put them there. Or doesn't that make sense? 

Well said!

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7 hours ago, chocolat steve said:

 Or doesn't that make sense? 

No. It is the house  or senate of the US and not California. Being paid by their state would make them subordinates of their ´employer ´.

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