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What we're seeing is what we're getting.

We should all be angry that the pre-Trump Republicans were beaten by these shambling mental patients.

This is what the Democrats always were, beginning with Bobby Kennedy.

Trump is simply refusing to save them from themselves.

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My guess is she thinks she's being like Trump.

Remember how people claimed that Trump didn't condemn Nazis?

It had no impact on Trump's popularity.

The problem with Omar is that she's on record PRAISING al-Qaeda, so this refusal to "walk it back" is causing massive damage to her image.

Trump never praised Nazism.

Can someone explain to me why Omar doesn't just lie and say she condemns Al-Qaeda and whatnot?

Is she just an honest person?

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Here's another thing:

The press reported that the dead old Dutchman tried to "detonate a propane tank."

Makes it sound like a homemade bomb, right?

Well, he was killed trying to blow up THIS tank, which could've killed detainees.

Not one leftist cares. Not one.

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@MegasAlexandros @Kambeii @WarriorPoet

I got into this at a social club meeting - this guy brought up Obama and I said I hated Obamacare. He was saying that it helped his friend with cancer and I said good for him, but it's okay that I'm paying all his expenses as I pay as much as rent every month? And he goes, "Yeah!". Then he realized what he said and turned red.

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@Lonestar

I'm sick of people using PTSD as an excuse to act out.

I'll put my PTSD up against his, and I'll win the blue ribbon.

He's a miserable, spoiled little shit who needs a dishonorable discharge.

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I love how the California ethical rules for lawyers specifically prohibit advertising proficiency in any language other than English if you cannot actually follow through.

I'm sure English isn't spoken as much as it used to in California these days, so I suppose that fits.

You know I've noticed that in cases where a judge is going to rule in favor of a family who wants to keep a pet (which is technically property) that someone else asserts a claim to, they'll use the name of the pet in the first paragraph or so.

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Babylon Bee is hilarious, but I do also get a kick out of the replies.

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Roger L. Simon @ PJMedia:
To say that the Democrats are obsessed with race these days is the equivalent of saying the sky is blue.

I'm a racist. You're a racist. Donald Trump's a racist. Nancy Pelosi was a racist until she attacked Trump for racism. Your neighbor's a racist. Your insurance broker's a racist. Your dentist's a racist as well as your periodontist. All white males are racist. Some white females are racists,

pjmedia.com/rogerlsimon/democr

“‘I am not intolerant,’ say many people; say many softly spoken, highly-educated, liberal-minded people: ‘I am only intolerant of intolerance.’ And people tend to nod sagely and say ‘Oh, wise words, wise words,’ and yet if you think about this supposedly inarguable statement for longer than five seconds, you realize that all it is advocating is the replacement of one kind of intolerance with another."

--Rowan Atkinson.

youtube.com/watch?v=h3UeUnRxE0

Under the ABA Rules of Professional Responsibility, you must report other lawyers who you know are engaging in illegal or unethical acts that would reflect badly on their honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness of the lawyer.

Under the CA Rules, you don't! You just have a duty to SELF-report.

Yeah, sure.

Fun Fact: If you're a lawyer and you or a private investigator you hired discover something incriminating against your client, you DON'T HAVE TO SAY ANYTHING ABOUT IT AS LONG AS YOU DON'T TOUCH IT.

You can literally find the bloody knife your client used to kill his wife at the scene and just leave it there and tell no one. You just have to avoid touching or moving it.

ABA Rules of Professional Responsibility - If your criminal defendant client is about to perjure himself on the stand and you know it, you MUST try to tell him not to, attempt to withdraw, or tell the judge.

CA Rules of Professional Responsibility - Do the above, but instead, the judge can let the defendant "testify in the narrative", meaning they can ramble on and make a grand epic on the stand.

Folks, if you see a Defendant allowed to make a speech on the stand, it's because they're LYING.

There was once a case where a lawyer sent a paralegal into a hospital, disguised as a member of the clergy, to provide injured patients with the lawyer's business cards in case they wanted to sue.

Yeah, that's why we have rules against in-person solicitation from lawyers.

Lawyers have a duty to act to promote public confidence in the integrity and efficiency of the legal system and profession. It's there in the rules.

So why does Congress have a lesser duty to the country, apparently?

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