Is new tweet witness tampering?? It’s now possible for Trump

Author: jimbasil (31916 Posts - Joined: Nov 15, 2007)

Posted at 6:22 pm on Dec 4, 2018

To be indicted on multiple charges all just because he has itchy fingers.

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Doesn’t Trumpo have the right to hit back to fight all his enemies. The law doesn’t apply to him

Author: irishscooter (4860 Posts - Joined: Oct 1, 2008)

Posted at 8:44 pm on Dec 4, 2018

Never has

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For Fucks sake numb nuts, Trump has been involved in thousands of lawsuits and has lost many of them

Author: ND1IRISH (3023 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 9:43 pm on Dec 4, 2018

The man has built his career by using the law as a weapon. He's been found guilty in civil court TWICE for fucking tax fraud. You're a fool to think Trump is unable to protect himself or that he requires your assistance. Google: "Donald Trump Public Record" and you'll find everything you need to know about Diaper Boy.

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holy cow you are a disgrace

Author: irishscooter (4860 Posts - Joined: Oct 1, 2008)

Posted at 9:56 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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I balee scoots was being sarcastic.

Author: Frank L (31038 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 9:51 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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His syntax is clearly open for interpretation. Even his handle suggests he's...

Author: ND1IRISH (3023 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 10:35 pm on Dec 4, 2018

an Irish person's cooter.

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i give up you win. Great and clever post to go with name

Author: irishscooter (4860 Posts - Joined: Oct 1, 2008)

Posted at 10:46 pm on Dec 4, 2018

Calling.

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Yeah, that was pretty brutal. I was just fucking around in the second post.

Author: ND1IRISH (3023 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 6:39 pm on Dec 5, 2018

In a moment of weakness I couldn't resist the play on words.

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Don't give in, ND1. They just don't like it when they get smacked in the face.

Author: NedoftheHill (20593 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)

Posted at 10:41 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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I'm pretty sure ND1IRISH has never been wrong, so I'll wait for scoots to apologize.

Author: NedoftheHill (20593 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)

Posted at 10:16 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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I apologize for making an idol out of the cow

Author: irishscooter (4860 Posts - Joined: Oct 1, 2008)

Posted at 10:20 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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Good enough for me. :-)

Author: NedoftheHill (20593 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)

Posted at 10:31 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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Hannity suggested that the President should set up military tribunals to investigate the DOJ

Author: Chris94 (20262 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 7:52 pm on Dec 4, 2018

Posted as a reminder that these people, for all their bleating about the constitution, are willing to through it out the window whenever it serves the Dear Leader.

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I hate to borrow this over-used term....

Author: jakers (7641 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 1:00 pm on Dec 5, 2018

....but THAT would be Nazi-esque. I don't believe there's any way it would happen.

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The Constitution is a living, breathing document...not meant to stop the righteous from doing right.

Author: NedoftheHill (20593 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)

Posted at 10:21 pm on Dec 4, 2018

Don't forget that some Lefties have suggested that Trump be overthrown by the military.

Not sure either extreme is being helpful here.

[Edit: By the way, I just looked up Hannity's quote. He was agreeing with a caller. It's not like he had an entire segment scripted to push this concept. He didn't suggest it; a caller did; and he was basically like, "Yeah!" Don't get me wrong, that's a stupid idea, and it was foolish of him to pile on what the caller was suggesting.]


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No, no, remember Scalia said it's a dead document, dead, unless you need it to be alive sometimes.

Author: Rooster (2435 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 12:12 am on Dec 5, 2018

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See that’s the thing with Ned. It’s static unless it’s in his favor for it to be alive.

Author: Frank L (31038 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 12:16 am on Dec 5, 2018

Then he is as activist as any lib.

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You have embraced that concept when it comes to birthright citizenship.

Author: Frank L (31038 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 10:25 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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At least there is text for both sides upon which to hang their hat regarding that issue.

Author: NedoftheHill (20593 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)

Posted at 10:38 pm on Dec 4, 2018

There is no text to hang a hat on when you are talking about a penumbra of implied rights.

The birthright citizenship issue comes down to an interpretation of "subject to the jurisdiction" ... modern vs. original. Just like the Second Amendment comes down to the meanings of "regulated" and "militia" ... modern meanings vs. original meanings. I honestly haven't explored the birthright citizenship issue as fully, so I'm not ready to commit to an interpretive basis (although the Left can't pretend that it isn't in the power of SCOTUS to decide that, when SCOTUS would be using Lefty constitional theory to get there...if the Constitution is a living breathing document as they say, they can't complain when an activist court breathes a way they don't like). I will say that birthright citizenship has served its purpose, and I would support a constitutional amendment to make citizenship a blood right, not a location of birth right. Again, I haven't thought it all through, but it seems that blood citizenship is a more reasonable approach given modern realities of people moving around. In many countries, our state department employees spend most of their time trying to keep pregnant mothers from booking tickets to the US. Seems like a waste of resources.


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Not without torturing the plain language of the amendment.

Author: Frank L (31038 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 11:18 pm on Dec 4, 2018

You continue to crack me up by entertaining a “modern” interpretation of plain language which is what you decry the libs doing all the time.

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Of course I decry that. I also don't deny reality. They have won.

Author: NedoftheHill (20593 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)

Posted at 11:51 pm on Dec 4, 2018

They can't bitch when their position backfires on them. I predicted that all along. But, they wanted more power to do good things, and the constitution was holding them back. Yeah, dumbshits, it was holding everyone back, and when you remove the power limitations, anyone can get more power. If we are going to have a more powerful government (much to my disappointment), it might as well do good things as I define it, not as they define it. Thus, politics becomes the rule of the day.

"The plain language of the amendment..." They laugh at that when they want to use the power of government to put their favored policies in place.


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So, you just laugh right along with them when it benefits you.

Author: Frank L (31038 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 12:05 am on Dec 5, 2018

You are them.

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They are happy they changed the rules. I am not. So, I don't think I'm them.

Author: NedoftheHill (20593 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)

Posted at 12:57 am on Dec 5, 2018

If I have a chance, I would move us back. I just don't think I have the power to do that. I think they have moved our nation into the next phase of its existence, and you just haven't noticed it yet. I hope I'm wrong; I hope you are right. In the mean time, it turns out that I'm just some suburban guy raising a family. All I can do is live my life, vote, raise my kids, and post on the internet, and cheer for the Irish. Why shouldn't I keep good cheer about things I cannot control?

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Sure, that makes all the difference.

Author: Frank L (31038 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 10:14 am on Dec 5, 2018

You never fail to impress on this topic.

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These People? How did Hannity earn the Royal "We"?

Author: Iggle (4957 Posts - Joined: Sep 14, 2007)

Posted at 9:19 pm on Dec 4, 2018

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