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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    Dismissing the source out of hand is not a valid rebuttal.....it is intellectual laziness.
    Laziness (or boredom?) is recycling the same old BS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiocracat View Post
    Laziness (or boredom?) is recycling the same old BS.
    Attacking the source is bad for discussion. If you are dismissive of the source, it is a way to avoid the discussion entirely. A better way is to show WHY the OP is wrong.

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    ... And I agree that the OP is garbage, but instead of saying it, I showed why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    Attacking the source is bad for discussion. If you are dismissive of the source, it is a way to avoid the discussion entirely. A better way is to show WHY the OP is wrong.
    Ok. Ok. Here goes....

    It's bullshit.

    .. end of discussion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiocracat View Post
    Ok. Ok. Here goes....

    It's bullshit.

    .. end of discussion.
    OK.


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    The questions about Mueller’s record aren’t actually new. As the Senate prepared to consider President Barack Obama’s 2011 request for a two-year extension of his FBI term, Mueller faced criticism over both the Bulger episode and his role overseeing the anthrax attacks — in which the FBI under his leadership pursued the wrong person for several years, and the prime suspect committed suicide just as prosecutors were readying charges. But the complaints didn’t stop him from winning unanimous confirmation.

    Mueller spokesman Peter Carr declined to comment.
    “There’s no question he bears some of the responsibility about what happened” on the anthrax case, said Sol Wisenberg, a former deputy to Whitewater independent counsel Ken Starr. “But still, so what? What does that have to do with? You’re going to make errors in your career if you’re working hard and being aggressive.”

    The onslaught against Mueller has also tested the mood among congressional Republicans. It took a couple of days for House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to weigh in on the president’s attacks. And while both came to Mueller’s defense — Ryan said he’d gotten “assurances” the special counsel wouldn’t be fired, and McConnell called Mueller “an excellent appointment” — they stopped well short of rebuking Trump’s openly hostile tone.

    “If Trump is trying to determine how far Congress will let him go, the silence becomes very important,” said Charlie Sykes, the frequent Trump critic and former conservative radio host from Wisconsin. “They could have shut this down almost immediately by saying this would be absolutely intolerable, this would cross a bright red line.”

    “The fact neither McConnell or Ryan is not drawing a red line,” he added, “is potentially signaling a green light to Trump.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur View Post
    Revealed: Robert Mueller’s FBI Repeatedly Abused Prosecutorial Discretion





    Revealed: Mueller's FBI Repeatedly Abused Prosecutorial Discretion
    But of course! The Federalist said so. Like Nunes. Like Guiliani, another TRUMP loyalist, is now going to prove. Afterall, PEE PEE boy said so.

    Anyone remember when the FEDERALIST had integrity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryPorter View Post
    Your source isn't worth wiping my ass with.
    To bad you can't address the content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    OK.

    Mueller's fishing trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THOR View Post
    Mueller's fishing trip.
    Worn out talking point.

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