gungasnake wrote:The world's ultimate misuse of technology, of course, remains the 410 gauge shotgun; the only possible use for that would be killing mice and rats and for what you would pay for a good one, you could buy 80 or hundred cats...
So we should shoot small game with no 2 12 gauge? You continually reinforce my opinions of how we no longer demand excellence in anything (even in small game hunting).
Dumb question here, could you stand in front of a mirror and say something like
Quote:Evil Russians hacked the poor Hildebeest out of the presidency!!
And keep your face straight?? I couldn't do that and I can't picture any of the people I associate with doing that and, generally, I would assume that anybody who could do that was dealing with an IQ below the level which you normally associate with dogs and cats, but..
If you get on Twitter and simply do a search on the name Putin, that's virtually all you see, mainly government cheese eating **** for brain snowflakes parroting Washington Post bullshit on the topic.
I generally view twitter as a misuse of technology but for business reasons am having to become familiar with it. My normal thinking would be that anybody who cannot express thoughts in more than 140 characters, should not be on the Internet and, not surprisingly, the place does appear to be more of a cesspool than anything I have seen recently. The world's ultimate misuse of technology, of course, remains the 410gauge shotgun; the only possible use for that would be killing mice and rats and for what you would pay for a good one, you could buy 80 or hundred cats...
...that he simply FORGOT to list all the Russian contacts he had.
The forms are often amended to address lapses. Jamie Gorelick, Mr. Kushner’s lawyer, said that the questionnaire was submitted prematurely on Jan. 18, and that the next day, Mr. Kushner’s office told the F.B.I. that he would provide supplemental information.
Mr. Kushner’s aides said he was compiling that material and would share it when the F.B.I. interviewed him. For now, they said, he has an interim security clearance.
In a statement, Ms. Gorelick said that after learning of the error, Mr. Kushner told the F.B.I.: “During the presidential campaign and transition period, I served as a point-of-contact for foreign officials trying to reach the president-elect. I had numerous contacts with foreign officials in this capacity. … I would be happy to provide additional information about these contacts.”
It's clearly a rhetorical question, the question being how could so many Trumpniks so profligately neglect to mention so many questionable contracts with the Russians. You got any good answers?
“During the presidential campaign and transition period, I served as a point-of-contact for foreign officials trying to reach the president-elect. I had numerous contacts with foreign officials in this capacity. … I would be happy to provide additional information about these contacts.”
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Oh my gosh! Can you imagine what his "ignored posts" count will be?! It will be STAGGERING!
Yes, I wonder that too. Get the nepotiistic SOB out.
My reswponse was clearly sarcastic too. Hoiw the hell do we grant security clearance to someone who has been promoting business deals that benefit the Trump family with some extremely questionable Russians at the same time he's allegedly being "diplomatic". Nepotism is illegal.
so he has said he would answer the questions, but hehasn't yet, so the questions remain.unanswered.
Just for the record, Kushner was thoroughly interviewed and investigated by the FBI agents processing his application for a security clearance.
Thereafter he was granted clearance.