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The Sewer That Is The GOP: With All The White Supremacists, Conspiracy Nutters, And Other Malicious Whacko Subgroups, How Does It Get Fixed?


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23 minutes ago, Bang said:

Probably the smartest thing he's ever said in his life.



You ever watch breaking bad?

It reminds me of that scene where walts wife goes into the irs audit with a tight skirt and breasts popping out of her shirt and says, I don't know everything looked fine when I punched it in to quicken books.


I think that's little Donnie's gameplan here.

But let's be honest what are his alternatives. 

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3 minutes ago, EmirOfShmo said:

Wasn't/Isn't he an officer of the company? If so & he signed off on the financial reporting, he's ****ed. Claiming no accounting expertise doesn't relieve him of his responsibility.


Yeah, ignorance of the law isn't an excuse usually. Though how many times in the past have corporate bigwigs gotten off by blaming things on other people?

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29 minutes ago, Momma There Goes That Man said:

“thousands of women across thee world  agree that momma there goes that man has the best penis they’ve ever seen” writes momma there goes that man. 


Yea...but who's penis is it, and how did you get it.





Spit that out...you don't know where its been,

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Trump-backed congressional candidate Bo Hines says he 'can't afford' to give up his salary. But federal records show he has no salary.


At a Republican event in September, North Carolina congressional candidate Bo Hines bemoaned the state of the economy: "Me and my wife, we can't afford to give up a month's salary." 


He repeated this assertion in an interview earlier this month. 


"With 8.3% inflation, that is the equivalent of one month salary for the average American," he said. "I know in my household, my wife and I can't afford to give up one month's salary. We have bills to pay, we have rent to pay."  


But the 27-year-old Republican upstart, backed by former President Donald Trump, reported having no salary at all, according to his certified personal financial disclosure, which he filed with congressional regulators on May 20.  


In the disclosure, Hines reported no salary and no spousal assets, and asserted that he has not excluded any assets that belong to his wife, Mary Charles Hines. Axios' Lachlan Markay first noted Hines' financial situation, which includes no reported bank account or earned income and compensation, and zero loans or liabilities.


Despite not having a reported job or salary, Hines has personally pumped more than $925,000 into his own congressional campaign, according to the latest financial disclosures he filed with the Federal Election Commission covering campaign activity through September 30. 


His trust fund, named Hines Children's Trust, is the only reported asset on his personal financial disclosure. In May, he valued income he this year received from the trust fund at between $100,000 and $1 million.


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1 hour ago, Captain Wiggles said:

Hines will win. 13th district is Ted Budds district. Rich and entitled plays well there.

Since I'm from this backwards state, I hope you are wrong. Nickel has a minor lead in the polls and it includes areas that were not part of it when Budd ran.

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18 minutes ago, Skintime said:

Since I'm from this backwards state, I hope you are wrong. Nickel has a minor lead in the polls and it includes areas that were not part of it when Budd ran.


I hope I'm wrong as well. Ted Budd was briefly my congressman when the distract was redrawn to include Greensboro. Ugh he bout to be a US Senator. 😞

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On 10/12/2022 at 10:15 PM, China said:


Trump can’t get out of deposition in E. Jean Carroll defamation lawsuit, judge rules


A federal judge rejected former President Donald Trump’s attempt to pause his deposition in a defamation lawsuit scheduled for later this month saying Trump’s efforts to delay the case are “inexcusable.”


Trump is scheduled to be deposed on October 19 in the defamation lawsuit brought by E. Jean Carroll, a former magazine columnist who accused Trump of raping her in a department store in the mid 1990s. Trump has denied the allegations.


Judge Lewis Kaplan said the lawsuit wasn’t over yet and as they wait for a federal appeals court to rule on a key element of the case, “completing those depositions – which have already been delayed for years – would impose no undue burden on Mr. Trump, let alone any irreparable injury.”


“The defendant should not be permitted to run the clock out on plaintiff’s attempt to gain a remedy for what allegedly was a serious wrong,” Kaplan wrote.


The judge said that Carroll would face “substantial injury” from further delay, citing the lengthy appeal process, which has already taken 20 months and is still not over, and the ages of Carroll and Trump, who are both in their 70s. Carroll’s deposition is scheduled for this Friday.


Kaplan noted Trump’s efforts to delay the lawsuit and said his production of “virtually” no documents was “inexcusable.”


An attorney for Trump could not immediately be reached.


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Trump Just Blew Up His Rape Lawsuit Defense


Former President Donald Trump’s recent online tirade against E. Jean Carroll might have been a really bad idea. 


That’s because the move appears to have blown a new hole in Trump’s best defense against the magazine columnist’s lawsuit, in which Carroll accuses Trump of defamation by denying her accusation that he raped her in a New York department store over two decades ago. 


Trump’s lawyers have argued for months that he can’t be held personally responsible in the suit because his denial took place during his presidency, and therefore fell under his official duties as president. But by repeating his denial last week in an online tirade posted on his social media site, Truth Social, and blasted out in an emailed statement, Trump essentially re-upped the activity at the heart of the lawsuit—at a moment when he’s not the president anymore. 


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He just doesn't know when (or how) to shut up.  



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