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Lets Call the Russian Collusion "Hoax" What it Really is

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Posted By: BigAlPeoplesPal, 5/27/2019 2:41:59 PM

During the Japanese bombardment of Shanghai in 1932, the Austrian essayist Karl Kraus was anguishing over the placement of commas in a column. It might seem futile at such a moment, he told a friend, but “if those who are obliged to look after commas had always made sure they were in the right place, then Shanghai would not be burning.” George Orwell made a kindred observation about the importance of having the courage to call things by their real names. Euphemism, the counterfeit of good manners, is the enemy of truth, which is the only ally worth having.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: MOAB 5/27/2019 3:24:24 PM (No. 85295)
Everyone involved in spying before the election and trying to remove a sitting president is guilty of TREASON! This included members of the Democrat Party. Each and every one of the should spend the rest of their lives in prison or better yet face a firing squad. This must never happen again!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: droopydog 5/27/2019 5:33:47 PM (No. 85360)
I won't be happy with just reforms, reorganization, legislation and a couple of "blue-ribbon" committees. Saboteurs and treasonous individuals must be dealt with harshly.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Trigger2 5/28/2019 2:45:38 AM (No. 85487)
Barr will be making a huge mistake if he doesn't prosecute the coup cabal and all its participants. If he doesn't, it will continue on with different demonrat players and be 100 times worse.
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