Subject: Re: Will He Stay Or Will He Go
On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 4:52:50 PM UTC-8, Clave wrote:
> On 3/3/2018 4:34 PM, Travel wrote:
> > On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 6:54:19 PM UTC-5, Clave wrote:
> >> On 3/3/2018 3:39 PM, Travel wrote:
> >>> A ton of entries in the "Comments" section after the article.
> >>> This may be the most difficult prediction, ever, in politics.
> >>> You would think "stay," because it's the son-in-law, and if he goes, Ivanka has to go (or get
a divorce), and Trump is very close to his daughter (no Jane Fonda-following wako for a daughter
like Ronald Reagan had to deal with).
> >>> But, no, look at all the "baggage," of which Jared Kushner just loaded-himself-down; from
questionable business deals, to the Chief-of Staff problems, etc., etc.
> >>> It is odd how a president, "the most powerful individual in the world," who can fire anyone,
or not, can be forced into a personal-oriented decision just based on current, flimsy
> >> LOFL -- "flimsy circumstances" like his son-in-law being an unqualified
> >> crook, you fucking dope.
> > Actually, I stressed the fact that he's unqualified.
> And yet conveniently neglect the fact that he's an influence-peddling
> Honestly, if this were a Clinton or Obama appointee, Hannity would be
> literally shitting himself on camera, and you'd be shouting ENDLESSLY
> for impeachment, not just removal of the aide.
> And know what? You'd be right for once.
> But no, blatant corruption is OK if you're a Republican, where the only
> real crime is bad press.
> "Flimsy circumstances" -- Christ, could you possibly *BE* a bigger stooge?
> (And you can claim to have kicked ass (maybe) once you post those lists
> you keep running away from.)
17 minutes. Admit it. You're sitting on the edge of your bed waiting for Travel to post something.