Little Adam Schiff Threatens Ethics Consequences If Any Congressman Names the Fake CIA Whistleblower: SENATOR Rand Paul Names Fake CIA Whistleblower

Posted by Pecuniology 11 months, 3 weeks ago to Politics
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Mike Pence has approximately a 0% chance of being elected President. Vice President Rand Paul, on the other hand, might have a shot.

As nice a guy as he seems to be, I hope that Pence retires from politics in time for Trump to appoint Paul as his replacement.
SOURCE URL: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/rand-paul-drops-c-word-names-whistleblower-demands-testimony


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  • Posted by mccannon01 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    Hmm Trump/Paul 2020? Interesting.

    As a side note on all this, I didn't have any opportunity to watch any of the circus ... er ah ... hearings today so I guess I'll have to catch a few sound bites later tonight. I did have a new perspective thought on this whole affair while I was out splitting wood in the snow. That is, Mark Twain's quip came to mind: "My wallet feels safest when congress is not in session." This preoccupation that congress is caught up in is almost as if they're not in session. However, if the Neo Communists win this one we can all say bye bye to our wallets.
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  • Posted by 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    Rand Paul has been hospitalized after being attacked by his next-door neighbor, and he has been shot at while playing baseball.

    At this point, the only thing that should scare him is kryptonite. (brrr...! I hate that stuff!!!)
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    Posted by CircuitGuy 11 months, 3 weeks ago
    It's a weird case of ad hominem where they're desperately searching for a person. It's almost like they're saying, "we need a person because all our claims are ad hominem, and how do you expect us to deploy this fallacy without a person." The trouble is it comes off as a crook saying, nevermind all the evidence you found, I just want to know who ratted me out so you'd know to look for it!
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    • Posted by 11 months, 3 weeks ago
      It would be interesting to see your reaction, if police officers ransacked your house, in order to see if they could find anything that an ambitious prosecutor could hang a criminal complaint on.

      Also, don't forget to post all of your income tax returns for the paste decade.
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        Posted by CircuitGuy 11 months, 2 weeks ago
        There has to be a way to have institutions that hold people accountable without violating rights.

        My reaction to this problem, even if I got caught up in it, would not be what looks like a parody of ad hominem: I can't argue the facts, but I need a person to attack. It's not just another behavior crooks engage when caught, i.e. who ratted me out?, but it's a microcosm of what's bad about politicking in any endeavor, whether it's public policy or electronics. I find it contemptible.
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