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  1. 12 days ago on Doonesbury

    You just signed your own death warrant dude!! Run!!!

  2. 21 days ago on Non Sequitur

    A three hour tour?

  3. 21 days ago on Fowl Language

    All you got to do is change the “C” to a “F” and you’re good right?

  4. 23 days ago on Doonesbury

    I enjoy asking simple questions that liberal morons like you can’t answer.

  5. 23 days ago on Doonesbury

    Cats.

  6. 24 days ago on Doonesbury

    No problem. I rarely do pro bono work and I am sure you could not afford me.

  7. 25 days ago on Doonesbury

    So your answer is you did not graduate from law school and you know nothing about the law.

  8. 25 days ago on Doonesbury

    I got my J.D. from Mercer University, class of 1980. When did you graduate from law school hotshot? Was it a correspondence course?

  9. 25 days ago on Doonesbury

    If exculpatory evidence is being suppressed as you claim, why do you care? You want Trump convicted, not exonerated. You are unable to point to any particular piece of “evidence” and say "This testimony would be admissible under The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, section ____, subsection___. You have yet to point to ANY evidence which would be admissible in a Court of Law. So yeah you’re done. You can’t answer a simple question so you walk away.

  10. 25 days ago on Doonesbury

    So what you are saying is that the House Democrats impeached our President using inadmissible evidence? (Trump is suppressing it according to you.) The situation is this. The Legislative Branch branch issued some subpoenas to certain members of the Executive Branch. President Trump, the head of the Executive Branch said no, you do not have the power or authority to subpoena my people. Impasse. The proper recourse for the House would have been to go to the third branch of the govt. and ask for enforcement of their subpoenas. They did not do so. One of Trump’s people who had been subpoenaed DID go to court seeking guidance. That case was eventually dismissed because the judge ruled the matter moot (which means “it doesn’t matter anymore”) because the House had withdrawn the subpoena for that particular plaintiff. If the “evidence” sought by the House subpoenas was so all fired important that they just had to have it, why didn’t the House “leadership” seek court ordered enforcement? As far as the Executive Branch is concerned, our President is the CEO and it’s his way or the highway. He still does not have the authority to tell Congress how to do their job just like they do not have the authority to tell him how to run the Executive branch. Try again.