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Apr 1 17 3:35 PM
Stardettes wrote:Page #192. Truth is the coin of most value. If Gen Flynn is really worried about his 'honor and reputation' as a military man, Flynn should tell the truth and not lie under Oath to the Senate. For example if Flynn were to say that he did carry a brief case full of money over to the Russian embassy, to exchange for a stash of stolen Emails from the DNC, because Donald Trump ordered him to do it;...that's a big step toward the truth. The Senators Burr and Warner do not make deals to find out the facts. If Flynn wants to come clean, immunity isn't whats needed, because only the honest to God unvarnished truth can be of any use in situations like this. For instance if Gen Flynn were to tell the Senate committee that Trump approached him to be the new secret connection to the eastern european cyberhackers after Paul Manafort was fired (as Trump's campaign manager), because of ties to Russia, Warner and Burr would thank Flynn for his honesty. When a General tells the truth, praise is often the reward. The Senate Intelligence Committee has so far, not granted immunity to Flynn because if Flynn was simply 'following orders', there's nothing to fear. Flynn should just spill the beans, tell all, and simply let the chips fall where they may. Flynn should not cover up the facts anymore, lie to the Senate, or worry that Trump will be mad at him because he squealed on members of the Trump campaign staff.
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Stardettes wrote:______Page 193--
George Carlin, he is a guy I went out of my way to see!
One night in my hometown, there was suddenly exciting news that the famous comedian,
George Carlin was on his way to our city to do the stand up monologue!
I knew the minute I heard of the show, that I wanted to be there.
I moved heaven and earth to get show tickets.
Remember I had a George Carlin comedy long playing album when I was in my teens.
My collection of records in my early chapters included rock and roll music
from The Rolling Stones, the Beatles, CCR, the Who, Cream, Grand Funk Railroad,
Jerry REED, Joni Mitchell, the Band, Emmylou Harris, KC and the Sunshine band,
the Mamas and Papas, Jimi Hendrix, James Taylor, the Doors, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood
Mac, Steppenwolf, the Allman Brothers, Gordon Lightfoot, and all the usual crowd.
Pop music and fun dance things, everything sang with glorious feeling,
and most of it getting into a hot stirring romantic content.
Carlin in contrast made witty observations on life, sometimes dry comments with fun
undertones, and Carlin said interesting things about our earth,
in regards to our place in time and space.
Refreshing things could happen when his name was mentioned.
I'd back in the day, have fun thinking about the profound topics Carlin got into.
George Carlin said hilarious things and did funny skits, everybody loved him.
At school the next day it's like, every bodys talking, oh about '..the Ten words you can't say on Tv'
lol !!! ect.
Well, so in our minds we hear George Carlin's voice to this day.
(Then naturally it's on android ever after).
Okay so I go see George Carlin 'live' at a theater up in Northern California one time.
God he was funny!
Yeah me and some friends saw George Carlin perform a comedy hour up in Santa Rosa,
(that's in Northern California), back in 19-something.
In the above funny page thing you posted, I see a photo of funny man George Carlin.
Please explain what George Carlin is doing in a political cartoon from 2017?,
because he has been gone since the summer of 2008?,
and therefore wouldn't be up on the highlights of the 45th presidency?
Please tell what a picture of the great American comedian George Carlin has to do with
all those other people in the political cartoon you posted?
Date: Early April 2o17
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Stardettes wrote:Page #195. I will not participate in the obfuscation of what happened, it is clear to everyone that Russian hackers broke into the DNC computers, and the Trump campaign used the stolen emails. Trump has tried to dismiss the Senate Intelligence Committee investigations by tweeting that the Burr-Warner hearings are nothing more than a "Witch Hunt". But a lot of Americans believe that the hypocrite is hiding behind a camouflage of righteous indignation. Flynn is in the dubious position of having been fired by Trump, and yet Flynn wants to sue for 'wrongful termination'? I can not acquiesce to letting the communist party to break into DNC computers and continue a pattern of espionage, and meddling in our democracy. On Monday the Congress will get back into session. Well in view of it being Sunday night as I write this, I will agree to digress for a few paragraphs into my introductions to American comedy and a short tour of the hall of fame for comedians. Before I joined the US Army at age 18, George Carlin was my favorite but I also enjoyed Cheech and Chong and Richard Pryor. When I was about 14 or 15 years old my parents gave me a record player and a big box of records, with between 25 to 30 titles. A store had gone out of business, and my parents bought for me every record the shop had, before the doors closed forever. Most of the LPS were rock and roll, however there were a few excellent C&W albums and comedy records. Modern comedy was quite a change for me because in my earliest chapters at my Grandmother's house, I had loved to watch Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Dean Martin, Don Rickles, Milton Berle, Mae West, the 3 Stooges, the Marx Brothers, Abbott and Costello, Laurel and Hardy, and Phyllis Diller on Nana's Television set. After my Army days, when I returned to California and had started attending College, I discovered John Candy, Eddie Murphy, Jeff Foxworthy, George Lopez, and Will Smith. My early roots and tastes in comedy were founded in burlesque and Vaudeville, so it's only natural that now a days that I am into the kind of comedy style that Craig Ferguson has. The best comedy these days is from Betty White, Kathy Lee Gifford, Tina Fey, Sarah Silverman, Jenny Slate, Chelsea Handler and Janeane Garofalo.
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Stardettes wrote:______Page #200
Hello, Hello, come in Terroristkitty !
You are the Trump-supporter here, you have twice posted color photos
earlier this week (on this topic-thread), of Syria's leader Assad.
You go around putting on my topic-thread, this one, photos of Saddam
and Syria's Assad, so please tell us what you think Pres Trump should do
now that Assad is using WMDs???
Speak up please Mr terroristkitty, what should Pres Trump do
about the Chemical Weapons attack that Assad's government did ?
Do you think military action, like an air strike is a good idea ?
VP Pense said that Pres OBAMA should have done something about
Syria years ago.
Well, now that Trump is president, what will Trump and Pence do?
If Trump and Pense do nothing, they will look like hypocrites.
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