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    I'm seriously not allowed to put Digital Chaos on ignore? The fuck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    I'm seriously not allowed to put Digital Chaos on ignore? The fuck?
    Yeah, we can't put Admins on Ignore. I bitched about this a year ago, it sucks.

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    Libertarians don’t care about Syrians, they care about spending. It’s about money.

    They don’t like taxes, regulations, or spending; they like privatization.

    So here’s the future, under the Allegro Libertarian Plan (TM):

    * No public schools, all private schools, tuition for which shall be paid in full by parents of children; all teacher salaries, pensions, school costs, administration, etc. shall all be the burden of the private for-profit organization, which may use advertising sponsorship for revenue (e.g. Guaranteed Rate Elementary, Amazon High School);

    * Parents who cannot afford school have the option of private home school or they will benefit from school at the debtors camp (see below);

    * All children shall be the sole responsibility of their parents until which time they are able to contribute a working wage to society; if parents cannot provide for their children, the family shall be mandatorily sent to debtors camp, which camp is privately owned and operated by a for-profit company; the families will receive all room, board and accommodations and education and job training in exchange for working at the camp; the families may be permitted to leave said camp when they have proven that they can pay for their offspring;

    * Private for-profit corporations will provide free Sterilization funds to individuals who wish not to risk offspring;

    * The Military will be owned and operated by private for-profit corporations (Google Army, Facebook Air Force etc.);

    * All aviation shall be privatized for-profit and under drone manipulation by ground control; on-aircraft operations shall be fully automated, with the exception of one private fully-armed military personnel;

    * All medical services and facilities shall be privatized to the highest two bidders every four years (e.g. Amazon Hospital Group, Berkshire Hathaway Medical)

    * No income tax; all taxes shall be paid through goods and services through private corporations and organizations; those who cannot afford to pay for goods and services will be sent to debtors camp (see above); companies that own and operate debtors camps shall receive the benefit of the labor of camp inhabitants but shall also receive generous tax subsidies;
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    Libertarians: Predominantly white, upper/mid-class people who think they have it pretty great, hate it when people say things like "privilege" or insinuate that stuff which doesn't directly impact them might cost them something, always vote republican when they get in the voting booth - straight down the fucking aisle... but when they're not in the privacy of a voting booth claim to be uncorrupted and independent, and love to point out when the republicans aren't washing their balls to satisfaction... actually get excited about people like Ron Paul but then just kinda wing it when some inept clown like Gary Johnson becomes their candidate...

    Libertarians just want everything to keep going their way, like it always has, and they've invested themselves in a euphemism-laden platform that is just as coy about what they REALLY want as NAMBLA is.

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    Libertarians are like shitty teens that don’t seem to really want any rules and act completely selfish. It’s quite unrealistic.

    ”Fuck the government, let the free market decide!” Except that a free unregulated market is something we’ve seen before and it sure works great and we can totally trust businesses to run ethically! It is also wonderful for the environment.

    ”What do you mean we need gun control? Muh rights! It’s mental illness and besides, people will just kill in other ways! My hobby is more important than dead kids! Plus the government could come for me so I need muh guns to fight!” Wow. Oh....okay. Well, other countries deal with mental illness but most of them all have strict gun laws and they don’t experience these mass shootings like we do. Additionally, let me know when a knife or bo staff or hammer can kill as fast and efficiently as guns. It would be nice to have one set of gun laws to prevent situations like Chicago where criminals come to Indiana because it’s backwards as fuck and you can practically get a gun delivered to your residence like a goddamn pizza. But let’s start small—maybe we could try something. When the constitution was written, those guys had no concept of our modern weaponry. It’s also not 1953–if the government wanted to get you, they have more firepower and could reduce you to a meaty paste from behind a monitor. You’re not fighting jack shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    * Private for-profit corporations will provide free Sterilization funds to individuals who wish not to risk offspring;
    That's all I needed to hear. Sign me up!

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    Watching this court hearing on MSNBC:

    Michael Cohen had three clients in 2016/17:

    1. Trump

    2. Elliott Broidy (Resigned as RNC’s national deputy finance chairman after it was discovered that Cohen prepared a $1.6 Million dollar financial agreement to a former Playboy model who was pregnant with Broidy's child and who had an abortion.)

    AND, UP TO NOW, UNKNOWN CLIENT NUMBER 3, DRUM ROLL, PLEASE .......

    3. SEAN HANNITY

    LOL LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    2. Elliott Broidy (Resigned as RNCís national deputy finance chairman after it was discovered that Cohen prepared a $1.6 Million dollar financial agreement to a former Playboy model who was pregnant with Broidy's child and who had an abortion.)
    See, I don't get it...the mistress of the RNC's national deputy finance chairman got 1.6 million dollars....but poor Stormy only got $130,000?? What the fuck. The national deputy whatever dude is way less high profile than Trump, even before Trump got the nomination. Who the fuck even heard of that other guy? I just don't get it, I really don't.

    Also, I don't know why this issue fascinates me so much. There's just something about it that I find hilarious. "Alright, let's give her some hush money so that this thing doesn't blow up into a huge scandal that humiliates my incredibly high profile client. Let me think...Hmmm, yeah, I'd say 75 bucks out to do the trick."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantra View Post
    See, I don't get it...the mistress of the RNC's national deputy finance chairman got 1.6 million dollars....but poor Stormy only got $130,000?? What the fuck. The national deputy whatever dude is way less high profile than Trump, even before Trump got the nomination. Who the fuck even heard of that other guy? I just don't get it, I really don't.

    Also, I don't know why this issue fascinates me so much. There's just something about it that I find hilarious. "Alright, let's give her some hush money so that this thing doesn't blow up into a huge scandal that humiliates my incredibly high profile client. Let me think...Hmmm, yeah, I'd say 75 bucks out to do the trick."
    Again, the first one isn't "campaign" money, the second one IS. They were trying to be REALLY careful not to raise any Treasury Dept. flags with the Stormy Daniels, but they did. They paid Stormy Daniels in INSTALLMENTS and it STILL raised flags. I don't know if most people are aware of this, but banks look for "red flags" on MOST transactions these days, because they have to, looking for things like drug deals, money laundering, all kinds of stuff. When you take out more than a certain amount of money from the bank, it's reported. When SHE gets the money, it's reported. Not just to the IRS. And none of these women got a big fat check, because of taxes, the Treasury Dept., all KINDS of shit. Cohen's money to Daniels was a HELOC, funneled to a blind Delaware LLC, which is all kinds of nuts.

    Like, classic example? Dennis Hastert. Nobody would have EVER figured out Hastert's history without his bank account history tipping it off.
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    i so hope there is dirt on square head sponge pants. you almost can guarantee most under allies reign had some kind of sexual misconduct
    -Louie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louie_Cypher View Post
    i so hope there is dirt on square head sponge pants. you almost can guarantee most under allies reign had some kind of sexual misconduct
    -Louie
    I was JUST gonna say that ... that the ONLY reason somebody hires a sleazeball STUPID attorney like Cohen is because you did something really sleazy and stupid and Trump said "hey, I'll send over my Fixer." So Hannity did something really sleazy and dumb. He got a hooker pregnant or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    Again, the first one isn't "campaign" money, the second one IS. They were trying to be REALLY careful not to raise any Treasury Dept. flags with the Stormy Daniels, but they did. They paid Stormy Daniels in INSTALLMENTS and it STILL raised flags. I don't know if most people are aware of this, but banks look for "red flags" on MOST transactions these days, because they have to, looking for things like drug deals, money laundering, all kinds of stuff. When you take out more than a certain amount of money from the bank, it's reported. When SHE gets the money, it's reported. Not just to the IRS. And none of these women got a big fat check, because of taxes, the Treasury Dept., all KINDS of shit. Cohen's money to Daniels was a HELOC, funneled to a blind Delaware LLC, which is all kinds of nuts.

    Like, classic example? Dennis Hastert. Nobody would have EVER figured out Hastert's history without his bank account history tipping it off.
    Well sure, I know that the bank flags transactions over 10 grand, and I've read a little bit about structuring.

    But are you saying that at this point it's basically impossible for a president/presidential candidate to bribe someone or pay someone off?

    I really need to know about this for my own future planning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalChaos View Post
    Slap that one to the bottom of what I posted and we have a party.
    @Sutekh- nobody in what I posted is a liberal. Just saying. They are quite illiberal progressives.
    Ok Very good, well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantra View Post
    But are you saying that at this point it's basically impossible for a president/presidential candidate to bribe someone or pay someone off?
    Without eventually getting caught?

    Yes.

    Because everybody ELSE's paper trail is being monitored.

    If you trade something NON-monetary, like a JOB, quid pro quo, then maybe that'd work out, but even then, there are no secrets in D.C.

    There's an old saying: If you want loyalty inside the Beltway, get a dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantra View Post
    See, I don't get it...the mistress of the RNC's national deputy finance chairman got 1.6 million dollars....but poor Stormy only got $130,000?? What the fuck.
    I guess it costs more to bribe somebody into getting an abortion than to keep hush...

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    Trump 2018

    The third client being Sean hannity is so fucking juicy I can barely stand it. He reports on trump and Cohen and has never once disclosed this. The implication of this being revealed should mean heís over. You never know with fox tho. They might keep him since his fans are the type to really dig in their heels.


    ETA: heís saying Cohen lied then?!?
    https://twitter.com/seanhannity/stat...201564161?s=21

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweeterthan View Post
    ETA: he’s saying Cohen lied then?!?
    https://twitter.com/seanhannity/stat...201564161?s=21
    Wow, that banner pic with him throwing the football is fucking hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweeterthan View Post
    ETA: he’s saying Cohen lied then?!?
    https://twitter.com/seanhannity/stat...201564161?s=21
    Yup!!!

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    The BEST part of my day, today:

    I watched The View this morning and they were discussing the Comey interview from last night and his details about Trump’s orange tan, white goggle circles, etc. Meghan McCain thought this was petty, Joy Behar thought Comey was simply trying to make the book “interesting,” and former Prosecuting Attorney Sunny Hostin, who has worked with F.B.I. and Law Enforcement for years, said that’s just the way those types see the world, very observant, etc.

    So then they have to cut to commercial but they’re all arguing and Comey is going to be on the show and Meghan says, just as they go to commercial:

    “OKAY FINE, YOU ALL ARE GONNA FELLATE HIM WHEN HE GETS HERE SO WHATEVER”

    And I nearly spit coffee out my nose from laughing.

    But EVEN FUNNIER is The View’s Twitter feed, where people are giving Meghan all kinds of shit for THREATENING to “FILET” James Comey when he’s a guest on the show.

    Bwaaaaaaaahahahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    The BEST part of my day, today:

    I watched The View this morning and they were discussing the Comey interview from last night and his details about Trump’s orange tan, white goggle circles, etc. Meghan McCain thought this was petty, Joy Behar thought Comey was simply trying to make the book “interesting,” and former Prosecuting Attorney Sunny Hostin, who has worked with F.B.I. and Law Enforcement for years, said that’s just the way those types see the world, very observant, etc.

    So then they have to cut to commercial but they’re all arguing and Comey is going to be on the show and Meghan says, just as they go to commercial:

    “OKAY FINE, YOU ALL ARE GONNA FELLATE HIM WHEN HE GETS HERE SO WHATEVER”

    And I nearly spit coffee out my nose from laughing.

    But EVEN FUNNIER is The View’s Twitter feed, where people are giving Meghan all kinds of shit for THREATENING to “FILET” James Comey when he’s a guest on the show.

    Bwaaaaaaaahahahaha.
    Holy shit. Someone please have a video or something of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoid99 View Post
    Holy shit. Someone please have a video or something of that.
    It IS hard to tell for sure, it’s at the very end:



    Fellate, filet, I’m still going with fellate LOL LOL

    Meanwhile, Meghan’s Dad had surgery at Mayo Clinic today and is in stable condition, as she announced on her Twitter feed thanking people for prayers and well-wishes (which was re-tweeted by The View). That Twitter thread is now FULL of people telling Meghan that her dad is a piece of shit who has affordable healthcare on the taxpayer’s dime when nobody else does and they hope he retires soon. Etc etc.
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    Okay so now they’re saying that Cohen entered Prague via Germany and wouldn’t have needed a passport or a visa to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    It IS hard to tell for sure, it’s at the very end:



    Fellate, filet, I’m still going with fellate LOL LOL
    You say tomato, i say tomahto.

    i love fish fellates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegro View Post
    Okay so now they’re saying that Cohen entered Prague via Germany and wouldn’t have needed a passport or a visa to do that.
    I thought the main point (which was made last year) is that the Czech Republic is part of the Schengen Area, so he could have easily gone and visited without ever having his passport stamped while he was already in one of several other countries which he IS confirmed as having visited (specifically, I think it was as ~10 trip to Italy).

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    I thought the main point (which was made last year) is that the Czech Republic is part of the Schengen Area, so he could have easily gone and visited without ever having his passport stamped while he was already in one of several other countries which he IS confirmed as having visited (specifically, I think it was as ~10 trip to Italy).
    Yes, exactly; Cohen's contention is that his passport isn't stamped with "Prague," therefore that is evidence that he's never been to Prague, and the President asked him, "Michael, have you ever been to Prague?" and Cohen said "no" and the President then said, "Michael, show me your passport," and the President says he didn't see "Prague" stamped on there, so therefore Cohen never went to Prague (and therefore not the Czech Republic or anywhere else), except a passport without Prague on it isn't evidence that he didn't go to Prague. I'm still thinking some HILARIOUS YouTube evidence is gonna pop up of that jackass somewhere he wasn't supposed to be.

    And, regarding Hannity and Cohen; now, it ends up that the true liar is Sean Hannity, not Cohen, since the Feds are in possession of documents or email or information that relate to Hannity, and Cohen's LAWYERS know it was Hannity.

    Cohen's attorneys were specifically protecting the attorney-client code of ethics by withholding the name of the third client, and the Judge asserted that her forcing them to provide the name took Cohen off the hook of attorney-client privilege. Cohen's lawyer's told the Judge that this 3rd client specifically asked to NOT be disclosed!

    See this WaPo article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.9244ccfd63d5

    You can’t have attorney-client privilege without being a client.

    But it’s simpler than that. Professor Clark Cunningham of Georgia State University explained in a phone call to The Post how the status of “client” is determined.

    “It primarily has to do with the client’s understanding of the situation,” Cunningham said. “That person may be entitled to attorney-client privilege or, under the ethics rules the lawyer has a duty of confidentiality as long as the person believes that — even if the attorney did not intend to create the relationship.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    You say tomato, i say tomahto.

    i love fish fellates.
    Some chick on Twitter responded that only a "pig" would say "fellate" and that Meghan isn't a pig, so she said "filet."

    Wtf, we are living in the 1800s.

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    I really don't buy how Kim Jong Un seems to have turned over a new leaf all of a sudden.

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    good interview comey on Colbert
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastdisciple View Post
    I really don't buy how Kim Jong Un seems to have turned over a new leaf all of a sudden.
    I have this totally unsubstantiated theory that Kim is only willing to have a face to face meeting with Trump as part of an elaborate assassination attempt. No evidence really, it just seems like something insane that's just as plausible as North Korea suddenly becoming a productive world player.

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