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One of the numerous differences between our two parties,  friends. 

https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/24/opinions/bob-menendez-indictment-democratic-response-obeidallah/index.html

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3 minutes ago, jross said:

Fetterman, whose net worth is somehow ~$2M while living off his daddy's income into his 40s and bought a ~240K condo from his sister for $1, is the leading critic.  The party of hard work, right?

The party of Maxine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, and Brandon Biden... The party that earns their money the ethical way, right?

Welcome to America.  He got less from his parents than, say, Trump for example.

None of which means anything because they already got their money and Fetterman is right as rain to call for the resignation.

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Maxine Waters... and the shady behaviors regarding OneUnited

Nancy Pelosi... one of many insider traders

Moochetterman... daddy paying his bills until he's almost 50!

Biden... the racist, lying, lousy parenting, corrupt...

What IS impressive is that there are some calls to oust a D when the R:D ratio is so tight in the Senate.  Even if this is undercut by NJ being a D state.  Rs did call for Santos to quit... https://www.axios.com/2023/01/13/house-republicans-call-george-santos-resignation

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Let's compare... which side do the majority of criminals support?  It's not even close.  

It's the comparison that should stop.

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1 hour ago, jross said:

Agreed with the call for resignation.

I take issue with any claim that D is better concerning different behaviors.

The difference is the topic of the article!

No one rallying behind a criminal,  ask the while blaming an "unjust system. "

On top of it,  the authoritarians ARE going to nominate a criminal. The Democrats want a criminal to resign. 

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1 hour ago, jross said:

Maxine Waters... and the shady behaviors regarding OneUnited

Nancy Pelosi... one of many insider traders

Moochetterman... daddy paying his bills until he's almost 50!

Biden... the racist, lying, lousy parenting, corrupt...

What IS impressive is that there are some calls to oust a D when the R:D ratio is so tight in the Senate.  Even if this is undercut by NJ being a D state.  Rs did call for Santos to quit... https://www.axios.com/2023/01/13/house-republicans-call-george-santos-resignation

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Let's compare... which side do the majority of criminals support?  It's not even close.  

It's the comparison that should stop.

Which of these folks have been indicted and charged,  other than none?

If they are,  you won't find Democrats rallying behind criminals. 

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1 minute ago, Ban Basketball said:

The difference is the topic of the article!

No one rallying behind a criminal,  ask the while blaming an "unjust system. "

On top of it,  the authoritarians ARE going to nominate a criminal. The Democrats want a criminal to resign. 

The authoritarians are already in charge.

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5 minutes ago, jross said:

The authoritarians are already in charge.

Not according to the research zI've been sharing. 

Either way,  ain't no Democrats backing a criminal. 

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1 minute ago, jross said:

The first statement is a problem.

The second statement is wrong!

Of the list that you provided. 

Which was has been indicted or charged?

If none,  how are they backing a criminal then?

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Influence peddling, corruption, etc., is a crime. Politicians get away with white-collar crime all the time.  Whether they are charged (or not) is a problem; hence the disgust at the number of charges against Trump while other politicians are ignored.  

This link has a little more information on the Biden family.

 

 

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51 minutes ago, jross said:

Influence peddling, corruption, etc., is a crime. Politicians get away with white-collar crime all the time.  Whether they are charged (or not) is a problem; hence the disgust at the number of charges against Trump while other politicians are ignored.  

This link has a little more information on the Biden family.

 

 

Ah, yes.  The ol" " it's true enough, " and/or "it's plausible,  therefore true" strikes again. 

Still no charges or indictments on any of these names,  are there?

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2 minutes ago, ionel said:

This is true and even if it ever came to that he won't need to take the 5th because by that point he can simply state "I have no recollection."

Wrong person.  This criminal is a "cognitive mess " as HUD McVeigh Hannity parrots.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/sep/18/trump-biden-age-election-2024

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9 minutes ago, ionel said:

This is true and even if it ever came to that he won't need to take the 5th because by that point he can simply state "I have no recollection."

To his credit, he keeps his laughter at Trump's 91 felony indictments private.   Trump plead the 5th more than 420 times in his deposition, so he apparently remembers his misdeeds.

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Just now, Plasmodium said:

To his credit, he keeps his laughter at Trump's 91 felony indictments private.   Trump plead the 5th more than 420 times in his deposition, so he apparently remembers his misdeeds.

May be true but has nothing to do with my statement. 

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6 minutes ago, Plasmodium said:

And your statement has nothing to do with mine.  What's your point?

You said he won't be charged, I replied in agreement that he won't be charged.  Seems it had something to do with yours.  You were talking about Biden and I replied about Biden.  

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3 minutes ago, ionel said:

You said he won't be charged, I replied in agreement that he won't be charged.  Seems it had something to do with yours.  You were talking about Biden and I replied about Biden.  

There is a difference between a reply about Biden and a reply with a gratuitous observation about Biden, the latter being the point of your reply.

Just go with it and tell me "well at least Trump is a stable genius!!"

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9 minutes ago, Plasmodium said:

There is a difference between a reply about Biden and a reply with a gratuitous observation about Biden, the latter being the point of your reply.

Just go with it and tell me "well at least Trump is a stable genius!!"

I said nothing about Trump.  This is just pretty much a given of where Biden will be in ~8 years, the decline trend is obvious.

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