eatcorn

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  1. Again: I think the point is that no one is surprised that: 1 - The FBI would gather personal information in an investigation into someone. 2 - US intelligence agencies would spy on its own citizens. I think pretty much everyone agrees that leaking personal information gathered in an FBI investigation is wrong.
  2. I think the point is that no one is surprised that: 1 - The FBI would gather personal information in an investigation into someone. 2 - US intelligence agencies would spy on its own citizens. I think pretty much everyone agrees that leaking personal information gathered in an FBI investigation is wrong.
  3. Cool that people are leaking personal information uncovered in an investigation by the FBI? No. Not sure why you'd think that.
  4. Straw men are fun! No one has said what you typed, marla.
  5. I think the concern over the illegal leaking of private information has been well covered here, condemning it when done to Trump, and celebrating it when done to the DNC.
  6. Yes, we all know there's been an FBI investigation into the matter since well before the election.
  7. Newsflash: US intelligence is capturing info about everyone, all the time, right now.
  8. The same people who whine about media bias are the people who demand that 'the media' spoon feed them a narrative before they've even done any reporting.
  9. Lying about wiretapping isn't impeachable. It's just really stupid, childish, and lame. The FBI is currently investigating the Russia issue. Maybe you should pump the brakes before you draw conclusions.
  10. I have NO idea why you guys continue to engage snake, Sobeit, and WFW. They're obviously trolling everyone here.
  11. I'm not going to vilify someone for blowing $1000 of their $100K loan on a spring break trip.
  12. This is his shtick. He raises a suggestion as a 'question' so that he can say what he wants without having to actually stand behind it.
  13. The whole discussion is dumb. When we vote, we vote from the available options. It's pretty likely that we've all voted for someone with whom we do not agree because our disagreements with the alternatives are much more severe. That doesn't mean we agree with either option. I think that's the kind of independence a lot of us share. Demanding that someone pick a 'side' is for people who can't operate in gray areas of nuance and complexity.
  14. Isn't that exactly what you've done on this page?
  15. I think that's a gross generalization, and a bit of an ad hominem.