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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayTide View Post
    Now there is someone above reproach.
    I agree, He's no better than HRC.

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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by TIDE-HSV View Post
    My thoughts. We would be going from a loose, deceptive tongue to, face it, a confessed criminal...
    would he have to check in with his probation officer if he accepted the job?
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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by selmaborntidefan View Post
    Wait....lying is wrong? Not that I disagree with you but many problems have been brought on for lying like, you know, impeachment.
    For sure a certain ambassador to the U.N. and Secretary of State from the prior administration should have resigned as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIDE-HSV View Post
    My thoughts. We would be going from a loose, deceptive tongue to, face it, a confessed criminal...
    Petraus did nothing worse than either
    of the Clinton's did. The only difference is the jobs that he held pretty much required him to confess because a non confession is worse. But I only see him getting the position if Trump wants to be controversial... which is not beneath him

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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    "Out like Flynn" just doesn't have the same ring to it.

    Plus, taken out of context it could upset Pence.

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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by 81usaf92 View Post
    Petraus did nothing worse than either
    of the Clinton's did. The only difference is the jobs that he held pretty much required him to confess because a non confession is worse. But I only see him getting the position if Trump wants to be controversial... which is not beneath him
    let me guess. the powers that be were out to get petraeus. but the clintons hold enough sway to get by with all of their shenanigans.
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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    let me guess. the powers that be were out to get petraeus. but the clintons hold enough sway to get by with all of their shenanigans.
    Make what you will, but the same crimes were committed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    let me guess. the powers that be were out to get petraeus. but the clintons hold enough sway to get by with all of their shenanigans.
    Nah, they only invoke Clinton's name so they don't have to discuss the actual issues here. It's the meekest form of deflection.

    So Flynn resigned. We know that Sally Yates warned Trump over a month ago that Flynn may have been compromised. In the context of everything else we know about Trump's ties to Russia, why was that warning dismissed, and did it play into her firing in any way? When did Trump and his top staff first know about Flynn's involvement with Russia? Would he still be on staff if this hadn't been made public?

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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by 81usaf92 View Post
    Make what you will, but the same crimes were committed.
    not in the eyes of the authorities
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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by CharminTide View Post
    Nah, they only invoke Clinton's name so they don't have to discuss the actual issues here. It's the meekest form of deflection.
    Nope no deflection. I clearly said if he wanted to be controversial he would pick Petraus over Harward. So.....
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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by CharminTide View Post
    Nah, they only invoke Clinton's name so they don't have to discuss the actual issues here. It's the meekest form of deflection.

    So Flynn resigned. We know that Sally Yates warned Trump over a month ago that Flynn may have been compromised. In the context of everything else we know about Trump's ties to Russia, why was that warning dismissed, and did it play into her firing in any way? When did Trump and his top staff first know about Flynn's involvement with Russia? Would he still be on staff if this hadn't been made public?
    people in the know tell me she committed crimes. horrible crimes. and even worse, she uses her secret witch powers to ensure that despite constant investigation into her horrible crimes, she still slips free.
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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    not in the eyes of the authorities
    Yeah Auburn didnt pay Cam Newton either in your opinion either....
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    Re: CNN reporting Flynn resignation...

    Quote Originally Posted by CharminTide View Post
    Nah, they only invoke Clinton's name so they don't have to discuss the actual issues here. It's the meekest form of deflection.

    So Flynn resigned. We know that Sally Yates warned Trump over a month ago that Flynn may have been compromised. In the context of everything else we know about Trump's ties to Russia, why was that warning dismissed, and did it play into her firing in any way? When did Trump and his top staff first know about Flynn's involvement with Russia? Would he still be on staff if this hadn't been made public?
    we also had that manafort character and carter page from back in the fall that had to step away from the campaign due to their ties with russia.

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