Busch1724

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About Busch1724

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    11/8/76
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  1. Standing during the Pledge or National Anthem

    I think the hypocritical part of this is the following: it's a private business, they can do what they want and the employees must follow. That's what's happened here. I have no issue with that. However, the NFL then says there was a collaborative effort to address the issue. No there was not. Sure there was collaboration among the owners, but Roger's comments since the passing of the policy imply there was collaboration with the bargaining unit. Obviously, the NFLPA knows otherwise.
  2. To be fair, that does not make him a hypocrite. Is he supposed to vote against things he agrees with just because Trump supports them? I disagree with most of what Flake has allowed to happen within the party, all republicans should look within themselves to realize they let this happen. However, I'm glad he and a few others like McCain have been vocal about Trump. For the sake of our country, I wish people would listen to what Flake, George Will, McCain, etc. have to say rather than dismiss it. Unfortunately most within the GOP would rather listen to Trump than do the right thing.
  3. The Michael Cohen/Trump SDNY Investigation Thread

    Thanks! I misunderstood what I've been reading so far haha.
  4. The Michael Cohen/Trump SDNY Investigation Thread

    I thought I've read that was not a federal level investigation.
  5. The Michael Cohen/Trump SDNY Investigation Thread

    It is, but it's being filed in the Southern District of New York.
  6. The Michael Cohen/Trump SDNY Investigation Thread

    TWA...since the Stormy investigation is a state investigation, I'm assuming since persons can't be pardoned. If they go to Mueller, Trump may pardon. Just thinking off the top of my head.
  7. Election 2018 Thread

    Scott Wagner is the worst. I fear for PA if he gets elected.
  8. In regards to video above with John Brennan, I assume he's right. Evidence so far seems to be that what gets leaked to the press comes from those within Trump's circle, and that seems to be months behind Mueller finding out about said things. I would think it's safe to say that anyone coming out publicly ending the probe (Pence) probably are aware they share some guilt. I would certainly value Brennan's opinion and knowledge on these matters and he's saying much, much more is going to come out.
  9. Well the thing is there's plenty happening. Benghazi went like what, 4 years? Clinton email scandal, 2 years. Neither one had indictments. This one already has something like 23. It's going to take quite a while to peel back all the layers of this thing. The problem with this investigation is that there's lots of progress, but more that still seems to come out.
  10. Apparently he's gone to plenty of stores to look for the button too...
  11. So when will Nikky Haley speak and what will she say?
  12. Election 2018 Thread

    Now seriously, where does the "Cocaine Mitch" stuff come from?