Discussion in 'Politics and Current Events' started by SmackBrown, Apr 19, 2017.
It's actually on the front page of foxnews.com.
And I, 10 to say you're a jerk.
You seem to have troubles with the Clintons. Let's put the facts down.
Bill--not guilty of lying to Congress. 55-45 was The vote inthe Senate.
Hillary--not referred for prosecution by the FBI.
We don't get to make up the version of events we want to be true.
You can't be this ****ing stupid.
You can though, clearly. Gfy.
Please don't play the victim card for Bubba. He should have paid the price that most other rapists pay. He would not have gotten away with it if he had been a Pub, imo.
You think an impeachment vote is "not guilty"? It's a political process.
Starting with "don't play the victim card" then ending with a partisan victimization. All in one post!
You dumb****, Smack said "guilty of lying to Congress under oath."
Thus the political part...
While I like ol' Hip, I'm beginning to wonder.
Do you not understand something so simple?
The senate voted not to impeach him. So what? That doesn't mean he's not guilty.
He said under oath, and I quote, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky." He himself admitted he lied shortly after. That's called lying under oath. Lying to Congress under oath is not legal.
So by your logic, even though by his own admission, he lied under oath to Congress....he's not guilty. Got it.
Please don't be dumb all your life.
And how is lying under oath adjudicated when Congress is involved? Could it be by vote in the Senate after charges are brought in the House? Hmmm.
Look, re-litigate that all you want. Americans didn't want him convicted and rewarded him with higher approval ratings than your hero boy Ronny.
Facts matter. You stated guilty for lying under oath to Congress. The fact is that he wasn't found guilty in that body that decidedsuch matters. Squirm around that all you want.
Um. What? He's a former NFL player.
He had a girlfriend who called the cops on him. Said he was hitting her. He left his apartment and was standing next to a cop when the lady called again and claimed he was hitting her "right now". Marcellus looked at the cop and said, "See what I have to deal with?"
Yes they do. And the fact that he admitted to lying under oath is a fact...which you conveniently ignore because you're a hack.
So if you actually see a person murder someone, and he gets off on a technicality, then he really didn't murder anyone. He's not guilty.
That's how your logic works.
JG thought you meant Marcellus Wallace. He was making a Pulp Fiction joke.
Not a technicality. The process.
You missed the joke completely.
I knew who he meant.
It is a long running gag with Wiley from when he was on Mike and Mike.
I thought you loved me?
Ah gotcha. I specialize in the movie references. Sports talk show references, not so much.
I do! I just wish you would quit saying crazy sh*t!
My wife says this to me all the time!
lol. Kinda catchy.
Bud...when someone does something that is not legal, and especially when they admit that they did it...they are guilty, even if they aren't formally found guilty. Do you get that? Surely you're not that dense.
That goes for anyone...Pub, Dem, or no party affiliation. It's called reality.
Please quit being such a partisan hack. You're smarter than that.
Jeff Sessions admitted to lying under oath during his confirmation hearings. Should he resign?
Again, if you wish to re-litigate the case, go ahead. I just won't join you down that rabbit hole. But I will make one attempt to remind you that he lied about having an affair. And it is something that should never have even gotten to that point that he felt the need to mislead anyone about it, other than himself perhaps. That investigation was pure ****. I know it. You know it. Most importantly, the American people know that. Everyone other than the former Baylor President knows it. It was total BS.
And he paid the price. Like someone else noted, he suffered the most public humiliation any human could ever suffer. He lost his law licence for 5 years or something. Yet, the American people supported him because they knew it was a bunch of BS.
I see. Thanks.
It WAS a movie reference, since his name sounds so much like Marcellus Wallace. The Mike and Mike reference was every time he came on, they played some line from the movie.
Yes, I understand that.
O'Reilly got burned by Hot Chocolate.
“I’m just sitting there minding my business and he walks past and says, ‘Hey, Hot Chocolate.’ But he didn’t look at me when he said it. And I didn’t respond. I was mortified because not only was it sexual, I took that as a very plantation remark,” Burgess said of one incident.
Wow. He brought in $450M of revenue to Fox?! Local radio guy says Bill might go to something called OAN. I assume he's just speculating at this point.
Bill will do better than all of us combined.
Then Bill O R. Is not guilty by your own standard and you need to continue to state that every time he is accused of harassment... we know where you stand
O’Reilly and the network have paid five women a total of about $13 million over the past 15 years in exchange for not taking legal action or speaking publicly about sexual harassment allegations.
Separate names with a comma.