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jbluhm86 last won the day on September 22 2012

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  1. jbluhm86

    Congratulations Associate Justice Kavanaugh!

    Politico: Supreme Court turns away Planned Parenthood defunding cases
  2. jbluhm86

    How about this?

    Are you suggesting that you must be required to serve in the military in order to be considered a "Real American"?
  3. The first Boomer president was Bill Clinton, elected in 1992 - not 1983:
  4. When you hitch your credibility as a leader to the state of the economy, you better hold tight to the reins when the wagon goes off the cliff.
  5. Pew Research Center: Millennials and Gen Xers outvoted Boomers and older generations in 2016 election Up until a few years ago, I'd say it was true that the majority of the GenXers didn't vote, yes.
  6. Daily Beast: Trump on Coming Debt Crisis: ‘I Won’t Be Here’ When It Blows Up Perfect example of the greedy, entitled attitude prevalent throughout the Baby Boomer generation: "I'll go ahead and spend myself into a deep hole because I'll be dead before the bill comes due". The national debt was $4T when the 1st Boomer president took over the reigns in 1993, and have - through the presidency of just 4 boomers - spiked the national debt up to over $21 trillion, but hey, as long as it's their granddaughters and their children sucking Russian and Chinese co.ck when the bill comes due and not themselves, so it's all good.
  7. George H. W. Bush was the last President from the WWII generation. Since the Boomers have taken over the reigns of government, we've had: Bill Clinton George Bush 2.0 Obama Trump ...and I think that's checkmate for Boomers being a shit generation.
  8. jbluhm86

    Cleveland Indians Unveil New Uniforms For 2019 MLB Season

    Problem solved. You can even keep the "Indians" name without offending anyone.
  9. That's fine, dude, but remember: behind every insufferable millennial is a shitty boomer parent who raised and taught them...
  10. jbluhm86

    Cohen charged with lying to congress

    2 U.S. Code § 194 - Certification of failure to testify or produce; grand jury action "Whenever a witness summoned as mentioned in section 192 of this title fails to appear to testify or fails to produce any books, papers, rec­ords, or documents, as required, or whenever any witness so summoned refuses to answer any question pertinent to the subject under inquiry before either House, or any joint committee established by a joint or concurrent resolution of the two Houses of Congress, or any committee or subcommittee of either House of Congress, and the fact of such failure or failures is reported to either House while Congress is in session or when Congress is not in session, a statement of fact constituting such failure is reported to and filed with the President of the Senate or the Speaker of the House, it shall be the duty of the said President of the Senate or Speaker of the House, as the case may be, to certify, and he shall so certify, the statement of facts aforesaid under the seal of the Senate or House, as the case may be, to the appropriate United States attorney, whose duty it shall be to bring the matter before the grand jury for its action". "Appropriate United States attorney". This is from the actual statue, not a journalist's take on it. Congress first gives subpoenas to the DOJ because they are the easiest option, but they are not the only one. If you guys want to keep nitpicking over tiny, unimportant details, that's fine with me, but we're still burning daylight on the bigger topics at hand....
  11. jbluhm86

    Cohen charged with lying to congress

    "...Begrudging compromise tends to be the norm for congressional oversight conflict resolution, though with exceptions. If negotiations fail, Congress can enforce its investigative authority through its contempt power, which is both statutory and inherent. This power provides for three basic mechanisms to enforce congressional investigatory requests. First, pursuant to 2 U.S.C. §§192,194, either house of Congress can vote to refer criminal contempt prosecutions to the Justice Department. Second, Senate rules authorize the body to pursue its own federal civil contempt action. The House can also pass a resolution authorizing like pursuit of civil contempt. Finally, a congressional chamber can assert its inherent authority, in which its Sergeant-at-Arms arrests and brings a recalcitrant witness to the inquiring chamber for questioning. According to a May 12, 2017 Congressional Research Service report, this allows “Congress to rely on its own constitutional authority to detain and imprison a contemnor until the individual complies with congressional demands.” That is literally from the same article. Literally several paragraphs BEFORE your quoted one. Learn to read, you fu.cking dunce.
  12. jbluhm86

    Cohen charged with lying to congress

    Their money to waste, I suppose. While we're on the topic of subjectivity, if Trump came out and said that, although he got elected in as a Republican, he now chooses to identify as a Democrat, do you think that your ire of Trump and his officials being "selectively" investigated would mysteriously disappear? 🤨
  13. jbluhm86

    Cohen charged with lying to congress

    I'm still holding out hope for a panel invite from them, but I think they lost my number ...
  14. jbluhm86

    Cohen charged with lying to congress

    You are right, it isn't and they should. But when you're all fire and fury about the sayings and doings of an administration and their officials on the opposite political side from you, yet are silent on a politically friendly administration doing the exact same thing, then it makes me doubt whether you yourself believe what you wrote above.