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    Re: ODN Update / Changes

    Has anyone paid for March?
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    Wrong. She's made no such claim recently and has never made any claim that benefited her (so there was no fraud). "all evidence" is not "to the contrary", just the opposite. It has illuminated the...
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    1/3 of a century later after decades upon decades of family lore. As previously discussed this has been a big problem. Intentional fraud? Not.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    Maybe now, now that we have DNA testing.

    Also now that minorities have asserted the rights to their heritage and this thing isn't taken lightly anymore. Wasn't so then. As previously noted...
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    Says you. In 2019. There is also secondary source material.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    It is your claim to prove that she intended to commit a fraud ("way passed a misunderstanding") in 1986...33 years ago. Do so please.
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    How so? (in 1986 terms, of course)
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    Do you have an example of a similar situation with a republican where I might agree?
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    Re: Elizabeth Warren: Cherokee or Fraud?

    Perhaps. Are you saying the awareness surrounding this issue hasn't changed since 1986?

    Also, she didn't claim any tribal membership.

    Odd and disconcerting, yes. Not disqualifying by a long...
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    Re: Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?

    "The title of the thread is "Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?" because none have been filed, against anyone, despite the breathless anticipation and predictions coming from Democrats and their...
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    Re: Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?

    When did this happen?

    Also, you'll have to support that the Russians helped Obama in the election as I previously challenged.

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    Re: Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?

    Are you saying the Russians helped Obama, you'll have to support that {challenge thingy}. And even if they did Obama went ahead with the missile defense system anyway. So it'd look like he played...
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    Re: Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?

    That's not what happened at all and the NATO missile system was launched.

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    No. They had warrants enough...
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    Re: Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?

    Put your money where your mouth is and pay for a month Mr. High and Mighty.

    Ignoring threads where this has already been hashed out is the epitome of nuh-uhness. It is ignorant of previous work...
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    Re: Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?

    Apples and oranges comparing a sincere intelligence document and an attack against the United States by a foreign power. There is a thread on this.

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    Re: Where are the Russia Collusion Charges?

    It's still conspiracy even if he didn't get anything.
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    Ok, since this line of reasoning is irrelevant let's assume his employer is ok with it (though it could just as easily been his cart, not sure how you would know that it wasn't)

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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    Sure.

    Beyond, of course, what might be considered out of place or unusual. For example, if I were walking down the street and a body was lying across the sidewalk I would take notice of that as...
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    Re: "A 'nail in the coffin' of the IRS 'scandal'"

    Sure, I'll accept that.
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    So, as a conservative you don't like to understand people? (in this instance) Are you saying that you're not even curious as to why people may act differently than you? That you shouldn't have to?...
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    Like I said, it's complicated and not easy to define. I don't agree with you definitions and I've given examples.
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    When did I claim that?

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    Look at the last line. It's not hard to figure out from there how my views...
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    Re: "A 'nail in the coffin' of the IRS 'scandal'"

    But that's not what the OP was about.

    I wouldn't expect it to be in the court finding of a case only concerning Tea Party plantiffs - "Yet those are the grounds on which the plaintiffs allege they...
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    I have been. Take my last answer in post 296 for example.

    You define things in sound bites. I get it, that works especially well for your base.

    Reality is that it is more nuanced than that.
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    Re: "A 'nail in the coffin' of the IRS 'scandal'"

    Progressives were not targeted?
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    Are you suggesting they don't?
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    Believe what you like. My original point is still valid.

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    How so? See Great Britain.

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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    That you only focused on the "socialism" part. It's not surprising as that's how talk radio teaches it. You left out the more important part, however, authoritarian ultra-nationalism.

    I said I'd...
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    That happens in both public and private sectors.

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    You're truncated definition of fascism is telling.
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    Re: Mind Trapped By: Gov shut down, bad in what way?

    People's attitudes are different in all types of jobs. That's just a hasty generalization.

    "Probably something along the line of "but the private sector can do it better" or some variant." So...
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