If All You See…

…is a horrible, electricity sucking smartphone, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is America’s Watchtower, with a post on Rod Rosenstein’s unusual request on Brett Kavenaugh.

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21 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. jeff says:

    tRump’s history of dishonesty and crooked dealings require a higher bar. Mr. Rosenstein knows things that only Mr. Mueller knows. Perhaps this guides his interest in judge Kavanaugh, who has his own background issues.


    • drowningpuppies says:

      And just what might those background issues be, oh nignorant one?

      Former law enforcement officials described Mr. Rosenstein’s directive as a troubling precedent.

      “It’s flat-out wrong to have career federal prosecutors engaged in a political process like the vetting of a Supreme Court nominee,” said Christopher Hunter, a former F.B.I. agent and federal prosecutor who is running for Congress. “It takes them away from the mission they’re supposed to be fulfilling, which is effective criminal justice enforcement.”


      • jebediah says:

        background issues


        And since tRump didn’t vet Kavanaugh, and the GOP won’t, someone must. Kavanaugh has an abundant paper trail and it will take work to review it all.

        And with Rosenstein’s knowledge of the tRump investigation, he may have reasons to be concerns.

        • downingpuppies says:

          Sooo, basically little jeffery keene of st. louis is admitting that he has nothing and that he is full of shit.

          Glad that’s cleared up.


          • covjefe says:

            Sooo, basically the bignorant little peckerwood of florida is admitting that he has nothing and that he is full of scheisse.

            Glad that’s cleared up. But it’s hardly news.


    • Bill589 says:

      Jeff –
      Name calling. Ridiculing. Lying.
      You have all the symptoms of Leftism.
      Seek help.

      • covjefe says:

        I try to never to lie, but admit to namecalling and casting ridicule.

        If TEACH decrees that commenters not call other commenters names and ridicule others, I pledge to go along with it.

        Here’s what TEACH says in The Code:

        Ye can rant and rave at me, but be mostly polite to any other commenters. I will put up with quite a bit, but be mostly respectful to others


        In this short chain alone, I’ve been called nignorant (nigger + ignorant) and full of shit. Do you consider this inappropriate namecalling, or is it only inappropriate when I respond?

        • drowningpuppies says:

          I try to never to lie

          Next you’ll be telling us you joined the Army.


          Yep, sadly little jeffery keene is the victim here.


    • formwiz says:

      Care to share any of these with the class? Or is this just some more of what your trollmasters told you to type?

      PS Are you blind or something?

  2. covjefe says:

    So a tRumpster sheriff arrested tRump’s ex-lover, Stormy Daniels, for “non-sexual touching”.

    Now that’s some good fascism! Arrest your political enemies!

    Maybe Stormy Daniel’s ex-lover should be arrested for pawing his own daughter’s butt on TV, or getting lap dances from her when she was a teenager.

    Great Christian and family values man! Five babies (at least) with 3 different baby-mamas. More extra-marital affairs than you can shake a dick at! Russian watersports! Multiple sexual assaults!

    But white Christian fundamentalists love him! He’s almost like Jesus.

    • jebediah says:

      Charges against Ms. Daniels dropped. For tRump, the investigations continue.

      • formwiz says:

        Yeah, I notice they’re still trying to get anything out of Manafort.

        And Stormy got off on a technicality. Considering what a lousy investigator and prosecutor Mule Ears is, you may want to get used to that word.

    • formwiz says:

      You really are desperate. And sleazy.

      And it’s the law here in OH.

      Multiple sexual assaults? Name one.

      Maybe you’d like to talk about Gropin’ Joe? Or Teddy Kennedy? Or Willie the Serial Rapist and Pedophile?

      And you go around shaking your dick at stuff?

      You need help.

      • covjefe says:

        A law not enforced in 11 years. And charges were dropped immediately. What technicality resulted in her release?

        tRump has been accused of a dozen sexual assaults. Some of his victims are listed below:
        Mindy McGillivray
        Natasha Stoynoff
        Jessica Leeds
        Summer Zervos
        Cassandra Searles
        Ivana Trump
        Rachel Crooks
        Kristen Anderson
        Jill Harth
        Temple Taggert McDowell

        tRump denies the assaults, although he did admit to kissing women without permission and grabbing them by the pussy.

        Other politicians have also been accused of assaulting women, namely Bill Clinton.
        Does that excuse tRump’s behavior in your mind?

        • gitarcarver says:

          And charges were dropped immediately. What technicality resulted in her release?

          The “technicality” was that the law applies to employees of the establishment.

          Daniels is an independent contractor and therefore not an employee.

          Yesterday Daniels tweeted that two other women who are both employees have not had the charges against them dropped.

          • drowningpuppies says:

            Little jeffery keene has difficulty reading past the headlines.
            Also comprehension issues.


          • jeff says:

            Thanks. So really not a technicality but just the law itself.

            Too bad for the other women. Were the men also charged?

            Harassing strippers seems like a waste of the police officers’ time.

          • gitarcarver says:

            No, it is a technicality that people who are paid by the strip club are not considered employees. Most people, including lawmakers, don”t know or understand the difference. The technicality, while correct, violates the spirit of the law.

            Harassing strippers seems like a waste of the police officers’ time.

            The officers were not there to harass strippers. They were there as part of an undercover investigation into under aged drinking and the selling of illegal drugs. The charges against the strippers were incidental to the investigation.

          • covjefe says:

            So the undercover police just happened to arrest 3 strippers, including tRump’s ex-lover who is suing him, enforcing a law they rarely enforce. What a coincidence.

            Maybe they didn’t know it was tRump’s ex-lover.

            So it was a technicality that the law did not apply in this case.

        • gitarcarver says:

          So the undercover police just happened to arrest 3 strippers, including tRump’s ex-lover who is suing him, enforcing a law they rarely enforce. What a coincidence.

          Yes, it was a coincidence unless you think that cops doing an investigation should not see other violations of the law they may see.

          Under your theory, if a person is stopped for speeding and doesn’t have current tags, a registration, a driver’s license, or insurance, the cop should just ignore those laws.

          As I explained, it is a technicality that Daniels was a independent contractor and not an employee. The law was clearly meant to criminalize the act, but the law was written poorly.

  3. formwiz says:

    Teach, you have really outdone yourself.

    A fourfer. And all brunettes.

    You deserve a Nobel Peace Prize or something. Unlike some, you earned it.

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