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40 minutes ago, Llevron said:

That **** is crazy. They are really going to sit up there and be ******* with the Russians in their own house. Let them say whatever they want and get away with it. 

Come on, you've seen enough old sitcoms to know this plot.

The boss comes over for dinner and everyone falls all over themselves to make sure he knows he's in charge and they are just flunkies glad for his attention.

Then Melania burns the roast and Donald worries if he'll get fired, and by the end everyone is happy again, except when he leaves the boss says a cold hard warning to never **** things up like this again or Donald's going to get canned faster than Sputnik can make an orbit.

 

~Bang

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GOP senator blocks bill aimed at preventing Russia election meddling

 

Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) on Tuesday blocked an attempt by Democrats to pass legislation meant to prevent Russia and other countries from interfering in elections.
 
Crapo's move came after Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) asked for consent to pass the Defending Elections from Threats by Establishing Redlines, or DETER Act. Van Hollen argued the bill would underscore that there would be a "very tough price to pay" if Moscow meddles in U.S. elections.
 
"It's designed to send a very clear and simple message to Russia or any other country that is thinking about interfering in our elections and undermining our democracy that if we catch you, you will suffer a severe penalty," Van Hollen said. 
 
Van Hollen and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) re-introduced the bill earlier this year. It requires the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) to determine whether there was any foreign interference in federal elections and impose sanctions on any nations found to interfere.
 
Specifically, if the DNI determines that Moscow meddled in U.S. elections, sanctions on Russia would have to be implemented within 30 days of the determination.
 
Senators first introduced the legislation in early 2018, but that the bill has stalled amid pushback from GOP senators and members of leadership. 
 
Crapo — who is chairman of the Banking Committee, which is one of two Senate panels with jurisdiction over sanctions — noted that the upper chamber had already passed sanctions legislation targeting Moscow in 2017.
 
"I think that President Trump has probably put more sanctions on the Russians than any president in our history," Crapo said.
 
He added that he was open to considering further legislation but warned that sanctions are a "two-edge sword."

 

"The mechanisms in this bill have been designed more to attack the Trump administration and Republicans than to attack the Russians and those who would attack our country and our elections," Crapo added.

 

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Point it out with a baseball bat.

None of the idiots that support these ****ers could care less.

In fact they think it's funny when you do try to point it out.

"Lookit! Stupid libtard is all pissed off an what-not! HaHaHaHa!"
This is the prime motivator for so many of them, and the only reason they need to continue to vote for the destruction of their own country.
Chances any of them suddenly wake up and realize it: Zero

 

~Bang

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