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5 days ago.
by slinky
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Barack Obama Legacy

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Shopsteward

Loretta Lynch just said we may never know why the Orlando killer did what he did.

Oh yes we do know. He told us that night why he did it.

Posted 6 days ago.

Youre wrong , you just did !

Posted 6 days ago.

Shopsteward

Good news, AG Lynch has vowed to get tk the bottom of....................wait for it...............why the Orlando shooter did it!!!!

My God u cannot make this stuff up

Posted 6 days ago.

Theres lots more of our fine up standing republicans doing what they do best !

Posted 6 days ago.

U.S. Congressman Bob Ney R - In November 2006, he resigned after he pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy and making false statements in relation to the Abramoff Indian lobbying scandal. He served thirty months in prison.

Posted 6 days ago.

U.S. Congressman Mark Foley R - In September 2006, he resigned from the House because of allegations of sending teenage boys explicit sexually solicit e-mails and instant messages. In 2008

Posted 6 days ago.

U.S. Congressman Duke Cunningham R- In November 2005 he resigned after pleading guilty to federal charges of conspiracy to commit bribery, mail fraud, wire fraud, and tax evasion. He was sentenced to over eight years in prison and an order to pay $1.8 million in restitution.

Posted 6 days ago.

BeRight

NEW YORK, June 21 (Reuters) - U.S. Representative Chaka Fattah was convicted on Tuesday of orchestrating multiple frauds aimed at enriching himself and preserving his political career, prosecutors said.

The 59-year-old Fattah, who has represented parts of Philadelphia in Congress for more than two decades, was found guilty of more than two dozen counts of racketeering, bribery and fraud following a month-long trial in federal court in Philadelphia.

Fattah also accepted bribes from a close friend, retired businessman Herb Vederman, in exchange for supporting Vederman's quest to secure a U.S. ambassadorship, prosecutors said.

The congressman made a personal appeal to President Barack Obama on Vederman's behalf.

Lawyers for Fattah and Vederman said the two men acted out of friendship, not as part of a bribery scheme.

Posted 6 days ago.

Shopsteward

Would not have mattered Beright

Posted 6 days ago.

Its the latest talking point that their masters have filled their wee brains with and all they are allowed to talk about nascar !

Posted 6 days ago.

BeRight

I should have tagged my last post "sarcasm"

Posted 6 days ago.

NasCarNut

Yes and if we stop saying offending the muslims they will stop hating us.

never happen...how about we stay the h*ll out of their country and stop telling them how they have to live...I couldn't care less about their way of life...they attack US here then make a sandbox out of them like most have been screaming for for over ten yrs. now...cold hearted, maybe but we will never change their way of thinking or living just like we'll never let them change our way of thinking or living...

Posted 6 days ago.

Shopsteward

So Nascar lets not worry about it, lets invite 100,000 more Unvetted Muslim men in and try to disarm the honest citizen, Yep you are on to something there

Posted 6 days ago.

BeRight

"saying in Arabic?" It is nice to see a guy born in the USA learn a second language besides Spanish.

Posted 6 days ago.

BeRight

Yes and if we stop saying offending the muslims they will stop hating us.

Islam is the religion of peace and love. No reason to lose your head over it of jump off buildings.

Posted 6 days ago.

NasCarNut

yep, if they would just say that one magical word everything would rainbows and unicorns...all things would be 'great again' and we'd all be sitting pretty...ain't gonna happen folks...

Posted 6 days ago.

And when it comes down to it , the right is having a hissy fit over a word ! Fools !

Posted 7 days ago.

Shopsteward

Trying to hide the Muslim problem, didn't work

Posted 7 days ago.

NasCarNut

The department wanted to remain "sensitive to the interests of the surviving victims [and] their families," and "did not want to provide the killer or terrorist organizations with a publicity platform for hateful propaganda," the Justice Department said this afternoon in a statement. "Unfortunately, the unreleased portions of the transcript that named the terrorist organizations and leaders have caused an unnecessary distraction from the hard work that the FBI and our law enforcement partners have been doing to investigate this heinous crime," so the department "re-issued the complete transcript."

yep, whining wins out...use to be one would get their****beat for whining ;•)

Posted 7 days ago.

NasCarNut

During multiple calls with police, Mateen identified himself as an Islamic soldier and pledged his allegiance to ISIS. Mateen said he was "out here right now" because America was bombing Syria and Iraq, according to excerpts of the conversations released today.

About a half-hour after the initial reports of shots were fired, Mateen called a 911 operator from inside Pulse, saying in Arabic, "I wanna let you know, I’m in Orlando and I did the shootings...I pledge allegiance to [ISIS leader] Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may God protect him, on behalf of the Islamic State," the FBI alleged.

guess they decided to release it after all...too much whining maybe...

Posted 7 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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