Reqardless of whether or not phone calls are made, without content of the calls, the looney left Dems have only their imaginations to determine intent. But it looks good in the press, doesn't it? Another "smoking gun" to be put back in the gotcha box the end of the day. Hope they keep up the efforts, though. It will be very difficult to get elected if all you can say is "I'm against Trump and I have been against Trump for 4 years..." Pretty thin platform. Stupid is as stupid does.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Todd S. Purdum wrote: .... "Trumpâs pay-for-play phone call with the president of Ukraine, revealed earlier this fall, changed the House speakerâs long-standing reluctance to embrace impeachment almost overnight." --- excerpt from, "This Is Not Where Nancy Pelosi Wanted to Be---But sheâs probably okay with that." https://tinyurl.com/u8a2g7s â
Pay for play? If Todd S. Purdum, speaking on CNN, says so, we just better believe lies are truth, right, Jim? Keep trying though. like I have said, we can use the entertainment.
Pff wrote: More proof of how utterly gullible and easy to manipulate a vast percentage of so called "Christians" are. All some atheist has to do is insert the word "Jesus", "prayer" or some verse somewhere, and all sorts of moronic gullible Christians take it as a sign from God to believe their agenda. So pathetic.
Oohh. You scary. Got anything constructive to say, or maybe you just like the sound your drool makes when it lands on your keyboard.
From the news: âIn signing the Declaration of Independence, our Founders invoked a firm reliance on Divine Providence,â she said. âDemocrats too are prayerful and we will proceed in a manner worthy of our oath of office to support and defend the Constitution of the United States from all enemies foreign and domestic. So help us, God."
I wonder how that sounded when she said it, what with her tongue firmly planted in her cheek.
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The Quiet Christian wrote: Are military personnel permitted to purchase and use a privately produced dog tag, Mike? Also, for the lowest ranked enlisted person, any additional purchase is cost prohibitive, especially those who are supporting families. A ministry may have to pick up the tab for, say, all E-4 and below if the use of a private manufacture is permitted.
Free exercise, QC. Military folks can find a way, even if Dept of Defense politicians choose to listen to looneys. Tags can be bought from Amazon with free shipping at $6.45 for two. (Called "Go Tags") I know the need for personnel to wear official ID tags, but don't know of any ruling against the wearing of additional tags. There wouldn't be any Constitutional justification for such a ruling anyway.
From the news: .."Mikey Weinstein, founder, and president of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF). He demanded the military branches stop allowing the group to use the military emblem, saying it "poisons the constitutionally-mandated separation of Church and State.."
No such constitutionally mandated separation exists, but hey, why should Mikey care? He got the State to poison the alleged separation by getting it to order the cessation of putting verses on Army products. There is an easy way around this, of course. Buy a dog tag that isn't issued by the Army.
No mention of bribery in the report? I wonder why? Is Twitter talk an impeachable offense? Have to look it up. Where is that copy of the Constitution? I wonder why lying by Schiff and his cronies isn't criminal?
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- Not being open 7 days a week at an airport is not good business, considering the people who are going through an may not even be Christian--perhaps a significant number of them. Christians get hungry on Sundays at airports. Chick-fil-A should stay open 7 days a week --at an airport.
Nice of you to be concerned with Chick-fil-A's bottom line, Jim.
With luck there will be a reduction in "low priced" meaning low quality Chinese goods. If there is an option between a Chinese made product, and one from almost anywhere else, go for the anywhere else. Help your country, or other countries that need also need income. Propping up a criminal communist regime on the basis that its goods are lower priced is fine, but buying a chicken sandwich from Chic-fil-A is immoral? Where is discernment?
Jim Lincoln wrote: Jonathan Swan wrote: .... Bloomberg's editor-in-chief said in a statement responding to the news:
"The accusation of bias couldn't be further from the truth. We have covered Donald Trump fairly and in an unbiased way since he became a candidate in 2015 and will continue to do so despite the restrictions imposed by the Trump campaign."
excerpt from, https://tinyurl.com/qnm3tfy (Trump campaign to blacklist Bloomberg News) I should look around and see if the Trump organization ever complained about Bloomberg News mistreated them in the past?
Why waste the time? The notion that Bloomberg could run against Trump for president, yet Bloomberg News would be unbiased in its coverage is utterly ridiculous. We've already seen what the main stream media puts forth as "news," let alone Bloomberg News, which has a deeply vested interest.