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#6322501 Kavanaugh sexual misconduct in High School

Posted by IMMensaMind on 28 September 2018 - 05:29 PM

She was interviewed about the letter she wrote to Feinstein and then took a polygraph that asked her if any part of the statement was made up, or if any of that statement was false. The conclusion was she was being truthful within .02 percent.


That is a terrible polygraph.  A good one starts with baseline questions, to determine the subject's physiological parameters.  That test meant nothing.


#6322232 Kavanaugh sexual misconduct in High School

Posted by IMMensaMind on 28 September 2018 - 11:02 AM

Blumenthal is impressing me right now....


Nothing about that greasy creep is impressive.  He, and other Dems, realize that they've lost and have spent every ounce of public credibility they had in the process.

At this point, they're all trying to walk the very fine line between salvaging reputations by sounding reasonable, while also not appearing to completely backtrack on their prior personas.


#6322219 Kavanaugh sexual misconduct in High School

Posted by IMMensaMind on 28 September 2018 - 10:51 AM

+1
 
She is credible and I personally believe she is telling the truth. The person that has the most to gain by lying is Kavanaugh. The democrats don't give a fock about who is lying or telling the truth though. They're butt hurt over the republicans stealing Obama's nomination (which they did), and trying to do anything to stall this until after mid-terms, where they hope to have a majority and can get a more moderate judge pushed through.

She is not credible, but that doesn't mean that she's not 'telling the truth'.  I believe this woman has been abused - and not just once, and not just sexually. More on that in a minute.

A George Constanza line comes to mind: "it's not a lie if you believe it". I think that captures this dizzy broad's persona. Asserting that YOU believe Kavanaugh "has the most to gain by lying" is a false dilemma you arrange to try to add credibility to your position. Clearly, the political stakes are enormous on both sides, and - as such - the GOP would have required stringent background checks on their applicant to be willing to risk putting up a nominee in such a politically charged climate.

Likewise, the Dems have ON RECORD said that they will do "everything possible" to #resist - and this is evidence that they've been following through on their promise. Just the complex ties this woman has to various big Dem players intimately involved in this scene should raise suspicion - and it does...to those open to the consideration.

But what really clinched it for me is a laundry list of inconsistencies. In no particular order, and taking into consideration the reality that many of the abused do not report abuse, what matters here is the nature of how THIS allegation came to light, and the circumstances subsequent::

- she chose to make her allegation political, INSTEAD of making it about justice. To this day, no charges have been filed in order for Maryland authorities - the proper jurisdiction - to look into the claims. There is no statute of limitations on a charge leveled of sexual impropriety, if the specifics of the claim are severe enough. The FBI has no jurisdiction, and the FBI has repeatedly explained it. The only reason that the FBI had purview in Hill/Thomas incident is because it took place on federal property, between federal employees.

- she still refuses to share her therapy notes

- the nature of the polygraph: questions asked/details have not been disclosed; have been intentionally manipulated with a narrative that begs an appeal to authority which doesn't exist.

- she named people she believed would corroborate her claims. None of them did; the best any of them (one of them) did is say "they believe her".

- her side/her have been caught lying. When Grassley/Graham offered to go to HER to get her testimony, she didn't appear to even KNOW that the offer was made. That means that she was heavily 'handled', and not at ALL in control. They claimed she was in California at the time, events revealed subsequently demonstrated that she was actually in Delaware, and fully able to make the time frame that was initially offered. She claimed that she was afraid of flying, yet she was flying all over the country before and during this circus.

- she was handled even in the hearing; bracketed by two supposedly pro-bono attorneys - one of which had an envelope (one of two in her hands) by Sheila Jackson-Lee. Pro-bono?

- Her own mannerisms belied the fabrications layered on top of vague truths. She pivoted immediately from little-girl/weepy voice during her read testimony to bright/sunny "I got my coffee" voice in literally 5 seconds. That indicates intentionally contrived emotion. In addition, she looked like a spastic pigeon when arriving in the hearing room; rapid/quick head movements indicate intent to lie. As does protecting vulnerable parts of her body - in her case, her neck - while testifying. She pressed her chin into her neck and lowered her head, looking up each and every time she touched upon the claim that it was Kavanaugh who assaulted her: a clear physical cue belying honesty. https://www.business...is-lying-2014-4

- She swung from use of complex terms and words to claiming she didn't understand even the simplest words and terms. This too was manipulative nonsense.

- her social media/HS history was scrubbed from the 'net before she was put before the public.

We cannot allow legally unenforceable claims to disqualify someone, and ruin their lives. If we do, we have put 'beliefs' ahead of the presumption of innocence.

And that is the end of civility and rule of law.

The Democrats have been rebuffed by the American public. Make no mistake: if the US believed that Kavanaugh was a serial rapist, he wouldn't be getting this confirmation.

The American public has concluded that Blasey-Ford is ill/confused - but is manifesting a Constanza - and they are also likewise suspicious that the Dems orchestrated the use of this woman as a means to an end; to #resist in every way they possibly could to take down Kavanaugh.

They've failed, and they've used every ounce of their political capital in the process.  They are going to be crushed in November.


#6321691 Rosen named the starter in Zona. Affect on the team?

Posted by IMMensaMind on 27 September 2018 - 08:02 PM

Guy in my league offered me Fournette for my DJ..Am I an idiot for worrying about Fournette'a hamstring?!
The full trade is:
I give DJ, Kerryon, Alfred Morris
I get: Fournette, Royce Freeman, Corey Clement


TERRIBLE trade.


#6255542 Bad day for FBI/DOJ scumbags.

Posted by IMMensaMind on 30 June 2018 - 07:53 AM

So wrong and so full of yourself with this analysis.

That's all you can say.

From my side, I believe that the best example of arrogance is the side that feels so superior about their own positions that anyone who DOESN'T arrive at the same ones is <insert all the pejoratives that leftists throw at Conservatives>.

I understand where you're coming from, and you're so arrogant that you do not accord someone like me the latitude to consider that what I am saying is not irrational.


#6255296 So..........

Posted by IMMensaMind on 29 June 2018 - 03:20 PM

Different kind of love.  Hard for me to place a value on one type over the other.


That's more where I was going - but to quantify 'wife love' as "more" almost shocked me.


#6255293 Bad day for FBI/DOJ scumbags.

Posted by IMMensaMind on 29 June 2018 - 03:18 PM

Two recent hearings...2 guys seemingly look more and more competent and the GOP on these committees look worse and worse.
Rosenstein just embarrassed Jordan (not that any of you will admit it) and Gohmert got quite unhinged and Goodlatte had to try and settle him down.
 
Strzok...of course the right is leaking snippets...meanwhile, he wanted an open hearing, he has requested his full transcript be released.  Why refuse?  Because you can't run with the snippets and its easier to spin your narrative if you don't see all what he said.
 
Pathetic as always.


You're falling for the show. I believe it is necessary to have Trump's allies in Congress look frustrated and not compliant.  The best way to do that is NOT allow them access to everything going on. They get to play the role, and they don't even have to act - much.

That, I believe, is what is going on here.  I think this investigation is cutting deep, and doing big things - but it isn't landing anyone you think it is.

In fact, I think it's getting to your sacred cows, and they're going to be served up with a nice red whine.


Normally, when I catch a fish, one need not hook the fish past the gills.

I think everyone is going to have trouble pulling that hook out of your sphincter.


#6249992 John McCain urged IRS to target tea party

Posted by IMMensaMind on 21 June 2018 - 08:54 PM

This to me makes the stories that he wasn't everything he claimed to be as a POW all the more credible.


#6248437 Bad day for FBI/DOJ scumbags.

Posted by IMMensaMind on 20 June 2018 - 08:11 AM

Please allow me to add to the dogpile on Shonuff.

You clearly have some incredible brain block if you cannot see the OBVIOUS collusion existed in the FBI/DOJ to railroad Trump.  This is sedition; it's clear; it's plain; it's obvious.

And - so far - thinking people are the only ones who see it.

Democrats aren't going to.  They're going to be FED it.  Forcibly.  Open wide.


#6227215 Senate votes to overturn repeal of net neutrality

Posted by IMMensaMind on 21 May 2018 - 01:32 PM

'Affordable Care Act'
'Patriot Act'
'Net Neutrality'

What do each of these have in common?

They all have names that elicit an emotional conclusion in 180˚ conflict with what they actually cause.


#6227208 Google

Posted by IMMensaMind on 21 May 2018 - 01:25 PM

https://www.amazon.c...rds=tinfoil hat


I'm sure you'll feel exactly the same if I have every bit of data on you.

You wouldn't be controllable at all.

:-)


#6227191 Great quote Joe Rogan

Posted by IMMensaMind on 21 May 2018 - 01:08 PM

Fair enough. I'm far more on the Pollyanna end of the spectrum. But I'm not saying people are perfect; rather they are mostly good.
 
While its easy to be lazy, a lot of everyday sins require effort to maintain. Greed and dishonesty in particular will quickly bite you in a$$. 
 
I can't imagine going through life assuming everyone is inherently evil. No wonder guys resort to mind altering substances to escape that sh!tty reality.


How can people be both inherently good and inherently selfish?  That's a contradictory thought, as there is nothing 'good' about selfishness.  The fact that you acknowledge a base selfish is evidence that you don't feel comfortable fully coming to terms with something your subconscious is already telling you.

I can assure you: you can navigate life just fine if you understand that the core nature of man is evil. It prepares you far better to protect yourself against hardship or danger, and it allows you to more adeptly navigate reality, instead of trying to 'escape' it.

Just because man's nature is evil doesn't mean that the forces which counter said evil are powerless.

My belief is that our nature is evil, because our nature is imperfect; that nature itself is imperfect (it decays: entropy).  Before an in-depth conversation on this topic can take place, we would need to define both good and evil. That's difficult to do, without introducing metaphysical terms and religious beliefs for both.

1.  Does everyone even accept the existence of 'evil' beyond an act which is consciously engaged in which would be considered deleterious to another party?  

2.  Is 'evil' the opposite of 'good', or merely the absence of it?

3.  Is 'bad' something else, or simply a degree of 'evil' that we assign to describe unacceptable behavior?

4.  Do some things (ignorance, apathy, lack of discipline, etc) leave us prone to tip either way?

Lots of ground to cover.  I believe that the origin of both good and evil are conscious entities, and our reality is shaped around the influence that these conscious entities have on us and our surroundings.


#6221233 Drain the swamp

Posted by IMMensaMind on 13 May 2018 - 10:07 AM

Lol, yeah right
https://mobile.nytim...pgtype=Homepage
You guys pissed at being duped yet?


Ending witch hunts - which is the specialty of these disgusting progressives - is part of Draining the Swamp.  Nothing is stopping this "special team" from bringing evidence to any actual law enforcement agency for follow up.

Meanwhile, this is a whiny-assed liberal nothingburger.  Again.


#6215866 No guns allowed at Mike Pence speech to the NRA legislative action forum this...

Posted by IMMensaMind on 05 May 2018 - 08:50 AM

Dunno why this is so hard for the left to understand.  This is sometimes a Secret Service policy, and sometimes the policy of the venue in which the NRA gathers.

Either way, the only reason why it's done is because they're providing the security another way: it's closed-ended.  They're guarding the points of entry; they're providing lookouts with vetted armed guards.

The rest of society doesn't have such a luxury - but certainly leftist politicians and high-minded Hollywood types do, which is why they use armed guards while squawking at the rest of the public that guns shouldn't be allowed.

Can the left not figure out the difference between controlled security, and the need for personal armament in areas which aren't controlled?  

Derp.


#6215842 The Manafort Indictment: Not Much There, and a Boon for Trump

Posted by IMMensaMind on 05 May 2018 - 08:11 AM

I think we're within 6 weeks of hearing General Flynn exonerated.  The Left is busy attempting to construct a narrative that explains why Mueller has now delayed sentencing Flynn for the second time - claiming it's "procedure" when a party turns state's evidence - but that's not what is going on.

Flynn hasn't "ratted" on Trump; I don't believe that there is anything about which to rat.  I believe what is happening is that at Mueller knows that Flynn didn't lie to the FBI, and now he's dealing with the increasingly large raft of evidence that the FBI attempted to railroad the General, and he's absolutely outmaneuvered them.

In fact - if you are coming around to this way of thinking - it also then begs the question: is Mueller who we think he is?  Was stacking his team with blatant leftists all a show, to force the Left to rah-rah Mueller, and get them to do all-in on him, so - when the bell finally tolls - it tolls for them as well?

Mueller as an incompetent/corrupt/dirty operative, but turned into a tool to take down the Deep State in return for forgiveness" is starting to take on momentum.  That would make Mueller both dirty AND an implement put in place by Trump.

I'm not yet sold on that angle, but I'm very close.  If this turns out true, then Trump will be called the most brilliant man we have ever had the pleasure of calling President.

If you really want to understand what General Flynn did when pleading guilty to lying to the FBI, you should Google "Brady Case" and "General Flynn".

If what has happened reflects what I believe happened, Flynn is not only a national hero - and one who took a ridiculous risk in order to shine the light of corruption to the highest echelons of the Deep State - but the entire legal team who realized the implications of realizing that the FBI prosecutors of Flynn withholding exculpatory evidence could be used to set a forever trap AND THEN CONSTRUCTING A BRILLIANT STRATEGY TO pull the rug out from under his antagonists...should get ###### medals of honor.

This would then be a coup, pulled on those who attempted a coup.  Movies will be made about it; books will be written about it.  The world will never ever forget it.  If true.

It could even be that - if my earlier speculation about Mueller being a helpless pawn to pull this off in return for his own immunity to prosecution is accurate - that Mueller put the corrupt parties in the position for them to hang themselves with their own rope and willingly frame Flynn in order to 'get Trump', thus exposing them 100%.

I think the next several weeks are going to be fascinating.  The dismissal of Page and Baker signals the beginning of that fun news period.