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    Default The Dossier is real .... Collusion Proven....

    If there is evidence that Cohen met with Russians in Prauge..... Then you are likely only weeks away from a Trump resignation. There is no way for him to talk your way out of proof of direct collusion with Cohen and Russians in Prauge during the election. They've likely seized documentation and hard evidence that not only connects Trump's campaign to direct collusion and quid pro quo with Russia... but you likely have proof of direct involvement by Trump himself through Cohen...

    the end is near...

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/poli...208870264.html

    Sources: Mueller has evidence Cohen was in Prague in 2016, confirming part of dossier

    April 13, 2018 06:08 PM
    Updated 1 hour 9 minutes ago

    WASHINGTON The Justice Department special counsel has evidence that Donald Trumpís personal lawyer and confidant, Michael Cohen, secretly made a late-summer trip to Prague during the 2016 presidential campaign, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
    Confirmation of the trip would lend credence to a retired British spyís report that Cohen strategized there with a powerful Kremlin figure about Russian meddling in the U.S. election.
    It would also be one of the most significant developments thus far in Special Counsel Robert Muellerís investigation of whether the Trump campaign and the Kremlin worked together to help Trump win the White House. Undercutting Trumpís repeated pronouncements that ďthere is no evidence of collusion,Ē it also could ratchet up the stakes if the president tries, as he has intimated he might for months, to order Muellerís firing.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Nebraska Football View Post
    Absolutely. And any other associates of the Trump family that have been in contact with Cohen. Allegedly he recorded lots of conversations, and the investigators now have all of those recordings too.
    What kind of credible attorney records conversations with their clients? Its mind boggling. I know Trump had to find an attorney with questionable ethics to serve as his fixer, but Cohen is an abject moron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
    Sneaky's closer to the truth than any of you.

    Trump may very well be re-elected unless

    *he does something stupid that forces the GOP to grow a spine and impeach him
    *there's a massive recession
    *there's a war with Russia and the survivors are too busy sifting through radioactive ash heaps looking for rats to eat to think about an election

    You guys have got to get over this notion that voters vote rationally and that they all weigh all this information.
    Democrats hate Trump so much that they think it gives them cover to run more honest campaigns better reflecting who and what they really are. That is a HUGE mistake. Democrats win when they lie about how radical they actually are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildmouse View Post
    Democrats hate Trump so much that they think it gives them cover to run more honest campaigns better reflecting who and what they really are. That is a HUGE mistake. Democrats win when they lie about how radical they actually are.
    Aside from the fact this is ridiculous hyperbole...the same can be said of Republicans/conservartives.

    People in America donít want either of the extremes, so those who are extreme (like Paul Ryan, for example) dress up their extremism in moderate tones.
    • The unexamined life is not worth living.
    • Wisdom is knowing how little we know.
    • The arguments stay the same...only the sides making those arguments change.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
    Aside from the fact this is ridiculous hyperbole...the same can be said of Republicans/conservartives.

    People in America donít want either of the extremes, so those who are extreme (like Paul Ryan, for example) dress up their extremism in moderate tones.
    Paul Ryan is extreme?

    Could you give us an example of someone on the left that you believe is extreme?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildmouse View Post
    Democrats hate Trump so much that they think it gives them cover to run more honest campaigns better reflecting who and what they really are. That is a HUGE mistake. Democrats win when they lie about how radical they actually are.
    Democrats win when they lie about being centrists and Republicans win when they lie about being conservatives.

    Maybe we should stop electing Democrats and Republicans instead of trying to figure which Party lies more as some kind of justification for continuing to vote for liars.
    All together now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mot1man View Post
    Paul Ryan is extreme?

    Could you give us an example of someone on the left that you believe is extreme?
    Wanting to gut SS and Medicare is extreme, and the Ryan budget called for exactly that.

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    If it is confirmed that Cohen was in Prague then it is going to get damned interesting, damned fast.

    Then they'll want to know why he was there at the same time as Konstantin Kosachev (Kremlin) and Yevgeniy Nikulin, a hacker who was recently extradited to the US and recently made his first US court appearance in San Francisco. The Steele dossier alleges that Cohen was sent in Manaforts place after Manafort was fired to facilitate payment to the hackers.

    Makes ya wonder if the Nikulin court appearance and the McClatchy reporting on Cohen being in Prague are related. Be quite a coincidence if they weren't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul Goodman View Post
    Wanting to gut SS and Medicare is extreme, and the Ryan budget called for exactly that.
    No it didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul Goodman View Post
    If it is confirmed that Cohen was in Prague then it is going to get damned interesting, damned fast.

    Then they'll want to know why he was there at the same time as Konstantin Kosachev (Kremlin) and Yevgeniy Nikulin, a hacker who was recently extradited to the US and recently made his first US court appearance in San Francisco. The Steele dossier alleges that Cohen was sent in Manaforts place after Manafort was fired to facilitate payment to the hackers.

    Makes ya wonder if the Nikulin court appearance and the McClatchy reporting on Cohen being in Prague are related. Be quite a coincidence if they weren't.
    If we've learned anything, Cohen is good at making payments. Not particularly good at covering his tracks after he's made those payments, though.

    Where I believe Trump made a huge error is keeping Cohen in the loop after he got elected. Cohen was fine as a mob-style fixer when Trump was in business. He's totally out of his depth now, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
    Aside from the fact this is ridiculous hyperbole...the same can be said of Republicans/conservartives.

    People in America donít want either of the extremes, so those who are extreme (like Paul Ryan, for example) dress up their extremism in moderate tones.
    It is not hyperbole; it is simply fact. Look at all of the Democratic "moderates" who walked the plank and ended their careers to pass Obamacare. Those Democratic "moderates" were in the districts/areas Democrats need to win nationally. Instead of actually moderating and trying to be competitive in those races, Democrats are going farther left to run up the score in CA and the Northeast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camp View Post
    I tried to warn them to pace themselves.

    Instead they have made Trump a folk hero.
    No they haven't..the only people who see it your way are never going to leave the trump bandwagon anyways and are basically irrelevant when it comes to the elections..you guys are so deep Into your own victim circle jerk that naturally you would think he is a folk hero.

    You guys are frauds and always will be...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sneaky SF Dude View Post
    No it didn't.
    Yup. Passed in the House and everything in 2014. Reduced social program spending by $5 trillion. That's radical, dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmaball View Post
    No they haven't..the only people who see it your way are never going to leave the trump bandwagon anyways and are basically irrelevant when it comes to the elections..you guys are so deep Into your own victim circle jerk that naturally you would think he is a folk hero.

    You guys are frauds and always will be...
    Cribbing from Adam Davison, it will be like the early days of the Great Recession, with people like Larry Kudlow saying hopeful nonsense that this was just a blip and things were going to be OK.

    People who don't like Trump think he's wildly corrupt. People who like Trump don't care, they probably assume all rich people cut some corners here and there. But when it all starts to come out, just like in the Great Recession, people will be forced to deal with the fact that Donald Trump is one dirty, corrupt dude leading a corrupt family and organization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul Goodman View Post
    Yup. Passed in the House and everything in 2014. Reduced social program spending by $5 trillion. That's radical, dude.
    It didn't gut it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmyCowboy View Post
    If we've learned anything, Cohen is good at making payments. Not particularly good at covering his tracks after he's made those payments, though.

    Where I believe Trump made a huge error is keeping Cohen in the loop after he got elected. Cohen was fine as a mob-style fixer when Trump was in business. He's totally out of his depth now, though.
    Yep, you got him. You got The Tater.

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