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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 08, 2017, 09:36:21 PM »
104320...

So the Clinton foundation is washed up.
Bill bob Clinton is going to help write a book...shucks. He can't even type.....so the book will be mostly hype.

Hillary is going to try to put together yet another super pac.
...good luck with that. Anyone stupid enough to keep giving this lady more money is if course a fool.

She lost biatches....she is a two time loser.

Mondale, Dukakis, and Hilliary are the biggest losers in politics....Hillary has lost twice.

Kerry and McCain did better than these three.
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Law School Admissions / Re: Law school admission procedure
« Last post by rebeccahickshq on May 08, 2017, 07:50:33 PM »
Behind the sunny days, there will be rain and rain, so never lose faith, and keep walking, going to the end of your path.
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 06, 2017, 05:12:04 AM »
........103636

That's right, one of the clowns on cable....not bill o rielly....another bill .....maher...bill Maher just pointed out the problem with neopolitik


Playing "identity politics" is a dog whistle ?  No it is a bullhorn of "racist politics" and that is one of the primary reasons the democrats are out of power.

So, changing that error would turn course... Until then the gop which is often accused of being a racist party will continue to win.  Democrats dont know that the cloak of identity politics is an albatross of factual racism.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 04, 2017, 09:01:08 PM »
....kuntaman forgot...

Amazing hiliary doesn't know most of us dont like her.

Warmongering....in Iraq..

Letting Americans die....and then say "what difference , at this point does it make?"

Funny that Clinton warmongered in Libya....stood over dead heroes and blamed a video...

Hiliary will be hearing about her twice vanquished and now permanent end to politics....good luck making money now....fools will help...but essentially its dead in the water...

Hillarys run for president 2 times?
What difference does it make?  She lost.
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 04, 2017, 08:55:03 PM »
2. She ran a very poor campaign: Clinton will likely point out on page 1 that she stayed “on message” when Donald Trump shambled and grabbed p------ all over the place. But Clinton did not have a message beyond, “I’m not with stupid.”

She had genuine experience serving the public and understanding how the government works. She had an entire party establishment clearing the decks for her (and giving her the debate questions!). And she was running against a madman.

But when she called half the country the “basket of deplorables,” it was pretty much over.

[…]

3. She set up a private email server: It’s basic. The only reason to set up a private email server — and delete some of the emails on it — is because you want to hide something from the public. Clinton never provided a good answer to the simple question, “Why would you do that?”

4. Those Goldman-Sachs speeches. You can’t be a prostitute on Wall Street and then go to church on Main Street.

Hillary Clinton’s failures gave us President Donald Trump.

[…]

The American public does not want a book from Hillary Clinton. It wants an abject apology. And it wants it for free. She got what she deserved: She lost.

Now she needs to shut up and go home.
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 04, 2017, 08:50:48 PM »
.....103216..

So Gersh Kuntsman
...ahem big supporter of hiliarys until.....a real libber.

1. She was, indeed, untrustworthy: Remember her fainting spell at the 9/11 ceremony? Remember how long it took for her to tell the truth? Remember how that reminded every voter in America that Hillary Clinton’s first instinct is to lie? Just like she did when she claimed she had taken sniper fire during a First Lady trip to Bosnia. Just as she did when she said she never sent classified documents over her private email server
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General Off-Topic Board / Suggest me a high chair for small spaces?
« Last post by sophierobertson on May 02, 2017, 07:21:37 AM »
Hello everyone, I am planning to travel to the west coast this month with my husband and our infant.
is it okay to travel baby high chair while traveling? Is high chair safe while traveling? Is wooden high chair safe for washing
kindly suggest me.
Thanks,
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 01, 2017, 10:04:12 PM »

.108240....

........i guess I wasn't alone in thinking hiliary political career was over after Benghazi and her illegal email setup....

Others didn't like her either....like i said many times....democrats dont even like her...

....here is an oldie but a goodie from a koolaide drinker who has been vanquished to the "just so" chorus.....hahahaaha!!!!



Yawn,

Pardon, but I know nixon wasn't tried nor convicted. Not the point, either.  But he could have been put on trial.

Vos sumo non intelligere.

Cinnamon,

I think that you are failing to understand. You seem outrage and/or entertained. There's only one problem- when everything is an outrage, nothing is. When we can add -gate to every controversy (quick- are you a Brady supporter or hater), then who cares? More importantly, when everything devolves into an undifferentiated mass of "Benghazi / Fast & Furious / Vince Foster / Whitewater / Birth Certificate / Lois Lerner / Unprecedented Executive Power / NSA / whatevs" then people tune out. They tune out even more when the stakes seem so ... petty and small.

More importantly, you make the common mistake of believing that other people care *the exact way* that you care. First, the people that care the same way you care is small. Second, there is another, equally small, portion of people that care an equal, but opposite, direction as you do. Finally, the vast majority of people *don't care.* The can't name the Supreme Court justices, are hard pressed to name their own (federal) Senators, and haven't a prayer of naming their own state legislators ... let alone the ones outside of their district. That's fine- they have better things to do- watch football, make money, play with their children. They will probably start tuning into the election, kinda, sometime next year.

But, sure, the keyboard commandos will have fun. One side will say, "But, but, but, X person violated the law." And one side will say, "Partisan witchhunt." And 99% of the time, it's just background noise. Guess what? Nothing will happen, people will move on, and one side will vaguely remember a partisan witchhunt, and one side will vaguely remember that Hillary Clinton broke the law and got away with it. But most people just won't care, except for the influx of stupid ads during the election.

Same as it ever was. Does that mean nothing will happen this time? I don't know for sure- unlike you, I don't make dramatic and certain pronouncements. But I make probabilistic (Bayesian) assessments based on what I know, and I'm willing to back them up. You? Eh.... It seems you're not as confident in your ability to predict. Because something tells me that deep down, you enjoy making big statements, but fear that like Charlie Brown and Lucy, you've been sold a false of goods. That you're very excited to kick that football, but .... well, you should know enough by now to know you'll end up on your behind.
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Law School Admissions / Re: Whittier Law School Closing
« Last post by loki13 on May 01, 2017, 03:39:05 PM »
Another interesting article on the Whittier debacle. Honestly, I feel for these students. That is a bitter pill to swallow, and must make the law school experience feel very hollow.

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2017/04/25/whittier-law-school-shutdown-raises-prospect-future-closures-and-access

Thoughts-

1. Would that make a Whittier JD a collector's item?

2. My heart does go to the students and faculty- they didn't deserve it. I hope they have the unwinding properly planned.

3. That said, the best thing that can happen is a good retrenchment. There are too many law schools, and too few good students. It's a supply and demand issue, and the best cure would be a reduction in the number of ... less than great law schools.
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Law School Admissions / Whittier Law School Closing
« Last post by Maintain FL 350 on April 28, 2017, 09:50:38 AM »
Another interesting article on the Whittier debacle. Honestly, I feel for these students. That is a bitter pill to swallow, and must make the law school experience feel very hollow.

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2017/04/25/whittier-law-school-shutdown-raises-prospect-future-closures-and-access
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