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How does the FBI take docs to hide from anyone by raiding Trump's pad? Do they think Trump's lawyers don't have copies of everything related to the suit at their offices? Do they think Trump hasn't digitized or simply made hard copies he stores elsewhere? That doesn't seem to make much sense to me.
Toggle Commented 5 hours ago on A Hot Summer at JustOneMinute
--And yet Trump has for all his adult life, and especially during his presidency and post-presidency, shown contempt for law.-- LOL And yet all the crooked queen's and kings' horses and all their crooked men couldn't put a case against Trumpty together again, even when they're making shit up and control the courts. What he has contempt for, as every thinking American does, is not the law, but the contemptible mandarins who are undermining it and using it to try and destroy him and any other person, organization, traditional value or freedom that gets in the way of their quest for raw power and filthy lucre. A monkeypox on both the house of Dems and the fence straddling mushes who usher them into power.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on A Hot Summer at JustOneMinute
They don't seem capable of embarrassment when caught lying or believing lies or committing crimes. Just the opposite. They're only embarrassed when they're caught being insufficiently woke and not getting that sieg heil quite as high as their neighbor.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
As I said at JOM2; IMO this is less than the other zero escapades they pulled. Steele and Col Bearclaw had a more credible story than this and they made everything up. After six years of them not touching him, the idea he would be sitting on a pile of illegal "espionage" docs in his own house is to think him an imbecile after 6 years of proving he can skate around those dopes at will and that he's been scrupulously clean. The only thing to worry about is if they have gone so bonkers they actually did plant something. I hope he inventoried and took photos of all his napkins.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
The [Fill in the blank]* story is bogus. *Note to Joe; Say hello. Welcome the press. Fill in the blank - don't say "fill in the blank". If you mess your pants, just back off stage gingerly. Sorry. Big word. Back off slowly.
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
The [Fill in the blank]* story is bogus. *Note to Joe; Say hello. Welcome the press. Fill in the blank - don't say "fill in the blank". If you mess your pants, just back off stage gingerly. Sorry. Big word. Back off slowly.
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
That should be the clot thickens. When have "sources" proven to not in fact be a lie made up by the media, the Dems or the state in the last 6 years? Has there been a single instance?
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Who's he gonna blame? I'm going to take a wild guess and pick...Trump!
Toggle Commented Aug 11, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
--Washington Post's Paul Sperry was suspended from twitter for posting the raid was to recover documents implicating them, the FBI.-- Does Twitter know this to be false? They're not even pretending to care about "misinformation" anymore. If it simply is at odds with the official politburo's narrative in any way, it is verboten. They ought to change their name to Tass-er.
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
According to Eric Trump there was nothing in the safe. I thought the national archive thing had been resolved months ago with Trump giving them access to everything he had.
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
As a tick.
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
According to Techno Fog and Eric Trump the raid was on behalf of the national archives which has been squabbling with Trump over documents he supposedly has or had. As TF points out, if they'll pull this crap they probably won't be shy about pulling similar crap over the J6 fraud.
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Mar A Lago raided by the FBI I understand the prog's tactics and desperation but see no way this ends well for them. Stunningly stupid and corrupt.
Toggle Commented Aug 8, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Jane posts on JOM2 as Medusa.
Toggle Commented Aug 8, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
--Gee, I thought one met diversity on playgrounds, in schools, in churches, in stores, and all sorts of other activities well before one entered an office.-- Excellent point, SB. Most people have families and live in neighborhoods with neighbors too. Many of them think differently. Noonan as usual has things precisely wrong. We are not experiencing two equal extremes pulling apart. Historically and traditionally there was nothing extreme in Donald Trump's agenda. As I've pointed out before most of it was to the left of the sainted JFK. We have an extreme, pernicious, radical, political ideology animating one side of the country and that ideology despises everything about America and what it stands for. That ideology will not tolerate opposition or power sharing. It seeks to rule us and to squelch dissent. The Noonans [and frankly the TMs] of the world who treat traditional American values and this extreme prog ideology as equally radical and seek to find a comfortable middle ground [that the progs find politically useful for now but will ultimately never tolerate] between the two are in a denial that refuses to acknowledge the political reality before them. By doing so they empower the radicals that much more and weaken what they know is virtuous and what makes this country free and great. Such is the power of enforced conformity, cultural pressure and social costs in an increasingly oppressive society.
Toggle Commented Aug 2, 2022 on Officing Alone at JustOneMinute
No one is self segregating. The progs are looking to forcefully and permanently replace the greatest civilization in history with a stupider and even more immoral verson of their umpteenth iteration of prog utopianism that always ends in mountains of corpses. The normals are being forcefully and involuntarily segregated into ghettos of the disfavored deplorables. We the sane no more self segregate than the Untouchables of Calcutta do.
Toggle Commented Aug 2, 2022 on Officing Alone at JustOneMinute
--Heh, Iggy. Don Surber says just leave them there.-- The NYT should come up with some road-kill-cannibal recipes. The ultimate recycling.
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
I can't think of a more honorable conviction to have on your record.
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
If the ecofreaks glue themselves to or otherwise impede a public thoroughfare, as far as I'm concerned it should be Death Race 2000 rules.
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
And now, umpteen years later the culture has been taken over by the crap we let flourish and it's on the cusp of eliminating the very political liberties we celebrate for allowing it. I question our initial assumptions.
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
Academia amounts to the bearded Spock universe of my proposal; non-collectivist thought is outlawed. Here's my objection to the marketplace of ideas concept; it posits that we need an earnest public debate to determine what is good and bad, what is free and unfree or false and noxious. I say there is nothing new under the sun and the debate was had when Cain clopped Abel on the occiput. We know to a certainty that collectivism is evil. Screw the debate. That just gives the collectivists another shot at the rest of us. Why start every debate with two equal sides and they both get equal time? The best you can do is fend off the crooks and liars one more time and arrive where you should have started in the first place. One side has proven itself historically as stupid and evil. It's like waking up debating whether I should cook some hammy and eggs or hit myself in the temple with a hammer. Every. Single. Morning. No thanks. I know the latter is without value and only yields bad results. I'm not sure it is illiberal to prevent collectivists from using liberalism to enslave us and destroy the world...again. I'm beginning to think that just maybe entertaining irrational criminals as full and equal co-citizens will only always lead to disaster eventually. As the old joke goes, 'doc, it hurts when I do this.' We all know the punch line.
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
Dr Strangetweet for president of my new collectivist free republic!
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
I posted this question at JOM2 prompted by Clarice's Pieces so thought I'd bring it over here too; --Academia Neglects Its Most Important Function: A Free Marketplace of Ideas-- Serious question; Were the Enlightenment, "open" societies and liberalism in the classic sense great, huge mistakes? My own political migration has been from a mostly libertarian perspective that began to change when I noted the rigidly ideological nature of libertarianism, through the usual Burke, Strauss, Kirk, and all the other mish mashes in between to where I am now, which I'm not sure where here is yet. But just where that is isn't particularly germane to the question. We have all heard interminably about the market place of ideas and freedom of this and freedom of that. But there are strains of thought that are always and everywhere contrary to freedom. Not only that but they often lead people and then whole nations and eventually the world down the road to serfdom and world war. The Enlightenment and all the rest of the shining city on a hill rhetoric tells us that's the price we pay for our liberties and we all just accept that. But is it? Does it have to be? We know Nazis and fascists and communists and socialists, despite their usually deceptive rhetoric, are destructive, belligerent collectivists who will destroy political and economic liberty the minute they get the chance. What if all our enlightened assumptions and even the brilliance of our constitution have it all wrong? What if the normals of the world who just want to be left alone didn't actually have to put up with the grasping crazy ass progs among us? What if gigantic states that destroy our wealth and freedom and huge wars over those ideas weren't necessary? What if Abel, instead of mindlessly tending his garden until his useless brother brains him, instead first put Cain in a cage and then went and tended his garden? We know collectivism in all its forms is a cancer on mankind so why not outlaw it? You can think it, if you're so inclined because of whatever mental defect with which you are afflicted, but you can't practice it politically. You can't form a political party promoting it nor advocate it publicly. If you do, you go to jail. Would the world be a worse place if Mao and Hitler and Lenin had finished off their lives in a jail cell somewhere? We all know the usual objections. Does this idea present those problems? Sure. Are they insuperable? I'm not so sure. Are they bigger problems than the Somme, Buchenwald, the Holodomor or watching the greatest nation in history dismantled by our collectivist criminals? The measure of this proposal is not a utopian one of 'would it have prevented each one of those problems' but the real world one of 'would it be a better trade off than the present one where the sane have to have wait until the thieves turn the world upside down before they can act to stop the insane'? It is a truism that in order to have a free society we must tolerate those people who would make it unfree. Do we? I have considerable and increasing doubts.
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
Just exactly what was the basis of the subpoena? Trump asserted executive privilege when Bannon worked for him. Bannon didn't work for him and had nothing to do with Jan6 to my knowledge so how was anything he had to say about that material to their kangaroo court? They have no idea the conflagration they're stroking as their arrogance and autocracy grows day by day.
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
As bad as we have it with our GOPe dope clown show, any true UK conservative must be in permanent clinical depression over the useless, feckless, gormless, nutless candy ass ponces and pillocks that make up the lofty Tory party. They'd be better off with Basil Fawlty.
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2022 on Biden On The Road at JustOneMinute