SteveGinGTO

SteveGinGTO

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6 years ago @ The Reality-Based Comm... - Lies, damned lies and ... · 2 replies · 0 points

Dude, you've got people accusing Hillary of crimes without any specificity - just generic and sweeping allegations, and you are telling ME to stifle?

Man, your priorities are screwed up.

I don't see you challenging them to put up or shut up, and when I do, you ignore my pointing out how criminals are brought to trial, and telling me I need to be civil?

You don't see wild accusations as uncivil discourse?

Shame on you.

I thought the name of this site is "IntenseDebate".

Namby-pamby debate is more like it. And one-sided - letting the Hillary smear people get away with all the crap I see on here?

Goodbye.. And good riddance.

6 years ago @ The Reality-Based Comm... - Lies, damned lies and ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Exactly. The constitution states, "No one shall be held to answer without indictment or presentment by a GRAND JURY."

Grand Juries make these decisions, not some wacko on a blog comment stream.

And how does a Grand Jury work?
1.) A prosecutor gives one-sided evidence - from the prosecution's side only
2.) No defense presentation or exculpatory evidence is allowed.
3.) Based solely that ONE SIDE of the case, the Grand Jury decides if such evidence is sufficient to bring the case to trial - IOW, to issue an Indictment. OR NOT.

THAT does not constitute guilt, though. THAT is decided in the criminal courtroom - at which the Accused is allowed to fully challenge the case of the Prosecution, plus to present their own evidence.

Notice that none of this has ever been done in regards to Hillary Clinton.

Therefore any claims of "FELON" are bullshit opinion.

Nor has it been done to Donald Trump. His Trump University case is a CIVIL trial, not a criminal.

6 years ago @ The Reality-Based Comm... - Lies, damned lies and ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Proof, d*ckwad. Put up proof.

Don't got none?

Then you are just a GOP troll.

6 years ago @ The Reality-Based Comm... - Lies, damned lies and ... · 0 replies · 0 points

It's not "Libretarian". It's "Libertarian". Get it straight. One time is a typo. Two times misspelling it means you don't know anything about them.

I am an ex-Libertarian. Capital L, too.

6 years ago @ The Reality-Based Comm... - Lies, damned lies and ... · 4 replies · 0 points

You are plenty full of yourself and claiming certainty that you don't have. If there are felonies, name them. SPECIFICALLY. And then back them up.

I can make claims that YOU have done multiple felonies, can't I? I don't need proof anymore than you have exhibited. Brett Bellmore is a multiple FELON! What? I've never even met you? And you haven't met Clinton, either.

PUT UP OR SHUT YER TRAP.

Yelling "criminal" about someone doesn't make them a felon. THAT IS WHY WE HAVE COURTS AND WHY WE HAVE CRIMINAL CODES.

So, if you have an accusation, SAY IT SPECIFICALLY AND CLEARLY. What crimes did Clinton commit?

Are the so-called "crimes" even felonies?

PUT UP OR STFU.

6 years ago @ The Reality-Based Comm... - Lies, damned lies and ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Now, as per your last paragraph request,
12. Getting thrown under the bus. I've been wondering if Trump will eventually do something that will have the compliant press finally not in enabling mode, something over the top enough that the press would throw him under the bus. Pedophilia, incest, running naked down Wall Street (letting everybody know about "no problem" or not), having him rob a liquor store. He has been on the edge the entire campaign. The question would be if the press actually has a "bridge too far" in them. Risk 25.

Hillary? After 24 years of GOP smears and - as you said, "trivial results" - nothing is at all likely to come down the pike and throw her off the mountain. As risk averse, career-wise and personally, as she is, she isn't going to do something out of character. The emails are a non-starter - all innuendo. her only risk there is that she didn't follow protocol. As to bombshells in the email text, that ain't gonna happen; it would have happened by now. Risk 1.