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2/27/2019

Open Thread: Michael Cohen Testifies Before House Oversight Committee

Filed under: General — Dana @ 9:31 am



[guest post by Dana]

From Michael Cohen’s opening statement this morning:

I am ashamed because I know what Mr. Trump is. He is a racist. He is a conman. He is a cheat. He was a presidential candidate who knew that Roger Stone was talking with Julian Assange about a WikiLeaks drop of Democratic National Committee emails.

A lot of people have asked me about whether Mr. Trump knew about the release of the hacked Democratic National Committee emails ahead of time. The answer is yes.

President Trump, who is currently in Hanoi meeting with his “friend” Kim Jong Un to discuss denuclearization (among other things), tweeted this before the Cohen hearing began:
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(Cross-posted at The Jury Talks Back.)

–Dana

129 Responses to “Open Thread: Michael Cohen Testifies Before House Oversight Committee”

  1. You can watch live testimony here.

    Dana (023079)

  2. I’ve been watching this since the beginning.

    He’s not going to move the needle at all. I’ll only reaffirm pre-existing views.

    But, waoh-nelly man… Cohen admitted to actually colluding with the Democrats prior to the hearing.

    o.O

    whembly (51f28e)

  3. In French law, a person who has committed perjury or other crimes of immorality is not entitled to take the witness oath. That’s a good rule. We should adopt it. Justice Kennedy, where are you when we need you? (Anthony Kennedy was fond of foreign law.)

    nk (dbc370)

  4. 2… there’s yer Collusion, and I’m Russian to judgement!

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  5. I think this sonuva b*tch may have my BeBop Deluxe “Drastic Plastic” cassette. Turn it over, you schmuck, you!

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  6. This is like watching a room full of Donald Ducks arguing with Bugs Bunny.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  7. Cohen looks harried at the moment…

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  8. Russian Collusion Reasoning:

    Why Are Fire Engines Red?
    Fire engines have 4 wheels and carry 8 men.
    4 + 8 = 12
    There are 12 inches in a ruler.
    Queen Elizabeth was a ruler.
    There was once a ship named Queen Elizabeth that sailed the seas.
    Fish live in the seas.
    Fish have fins.
    People from Finland are called Fins.
    Finland and Russia had a war a long time ago.
    Russia has red on its flag.
    And that’s why fire engines are red.
    Cause they’re always russian someplace.

    nk (dbc370)

  9. Suffering succotash.

    Narciso (395960)

  10. “Ain’t I a stinker?” – Bugs Bunny [Mel Blanc]

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  11. What a maroon?

    Narciso (395960)

  12. Says who?

    nk (dbc370)

  13. @6. Postscript- we couldda gone with a room full of Daffy Ducks but there’s that blackface thingy to consider…

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  14. Cohen, as with half of that peanut gallery.

    Narciso (395960)

  15. There is one thing that Cohen said that really bothers me. That Trump did not expect to win the election. (Yes, Dana, I know you’ve been saying that from the beginning.) If that is true, and Trump went and took the nomination from another Republican candidate who was running to win and not to just promote himself, then we really should impeach the mother_______.

    nk (dbc370)

  16. It would also explain “The Worst First Two Years Of A Presidency Ever!!!1!”.

    nk (dbc370)

  17. @15. Welcome to 1964.

    No, better to clean house and sweep out such a weak bunch of losers. Never forget: ‘basketball ring.’ Trump’s win simply signals how much deadwood there is in a dying conservative ideological movement. The messaging simply has stopped resonating because the results have failed too many.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  18. Ugh

    Simon Jester (ab015e)

  19. If Trump didn’t expect to win the election, why did he do 3-5, even sometimes 6 campaign events a day? Attention?

    He might have expected to lose based on the polling and the fraud, but everyone expected him to lose based on the polling and the fraud. That didn’t keep him from trying his damndest.

    Ingot9455 (74ce6e)

  20. Listening to NPR for a little over an hour to the testimony and then after the hearings went on break hearing a remarkable bit of candidness from the little group of talking heads (the only name I caught was Mara Liason):

    They basically said that Cohen had failed to confirm any of the Russian collusion stories or that Trump told him directly to lie and that the main takeaway was that Democrats were looking to cast Trump and other Republicans to the American people as racists going into the 2020 elections.

    harkin (52fb4a)

  21. why did he do 3-5, even sometimes 6 campaign events a day? Attention?”

    Having thousands and thousands of people telling you that you are the only thing from Obama/Hillary types taking over every facet of the government can be persuasive mebbe.

    harkin (52fb4a)

  22. The Democrats have NOTHING but crazy going for them. If the Republicans – including rock-ribbed conservatives – can’t lay out a coherent, detailed vision of how they will help guide the nation and foster economic opportunity for those who are ready, willing and able to work to improve their lives and the lives of their families, they don’t deserve any votes.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  23. Why do traffic signals turn red?

    You would too, if you had to change in front of everybody!

    felipe (5b25e2)

  24. If only Cohen had the credibility of a Julie Swetnick.

    Munroe (13e024)

  25. Who here believes Cohen is accurately describing Trump’s character and/or motives?

    DRJ (15874d)

  26. A witness who is a proven liar testifying against a president is a proven liar. Only the very best people.

    Dana (023079)

  27. 26… narciso… one day, hopefully, conservatives who are big users of the giant social media platforms will WTF up and tire of the de-platforming, de-monetizing, shadow-banning and the algorithmic manipulation tools these companies employ. Then they will demand action.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  28. @25. Suggest you catch the six-hour bio on Trump A&E has been airing. This just dovetails w/it well.

    It’s actually quite accurate [vividly recall the melodrama of the NYC 80’s Trump Times having lived and worked there through that era.] What you see is what we got– and what you’re getting; entertained.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  29. @27. Yes– and are you not entertained?

    That’s what it’s all about in this era.

    Run, Oprah. Run!

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  30. Meh, meanwhile India and Pakistan are on the verge of war, because of the ISI’s cricketeering puppet.

    Narciso (1eb6be)

  31. How do you bigfoot Cohen?

    C’mon, Captain, stand in Vietnam and announce you have done what no other U.S. president has done: ended the Korean War. That’s how!

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  32. 33
    Any benefit for the North Korean people is a win for humanity.
    Food,water and power at night.

    mg (8cbc69)

  33. They will finally have enough material for the night fertilizer technology used by their southern neighbors.

    urbanleftbehind (d333d8)

  34. @34. Except he was elected to represent “the people of Pittsburgh”– not Pyongyang… or Paris. Wasn’t he.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  35. Pweeze Mr. Meadows- read my tweet into the record on national TeeVee, too!

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  36. Whereas when Khrushchev was firing off those r 7 boosters…

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  37. I thought you knew he works for Putin.

    mg (8cbc69)

  38. She went full Rancidah Tlabia. You should never go full Rancidah Tlabia.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  39. Ms. Tlabia did intend to do that.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  40. Miss Hamas 1995 tell me more,

    Each space launch meant you could launch farther and more payloads

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  41. This is amusing. Cohen is here to tell the Dems what a scumbag Trump is, and Trump is the guy he used to work for. As a lawyer/fixer. Rich.

    Gryph (08c844)

  42. These ‘justice democrats’ are something ‘what I have no idea’

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  43. He was a presidential candidate who knew that Roger Stone was talking with Julian Assange about a WikiLeaks drop of Democratic National Committee emails.

    Cohen said that Trump took a call from Roger Stone while he was present and put it on Speakerphone and in that call Roger Stone said he had spoken to Julian Assange and Assange had told him he was going to release [stuff, lets’s say]

    We don’t even know that Roger Stone actually spoke to Julian Assange (we have some indications he wans’t able to get in touch with him (at a later point in the year 2016, I think) because he asked others to try to find out if something was going to be released.)

    And woudl Julian assange taslk to Roger Stone? Not unless they were both Russian agents. Now you have the possibility that Stone lied in that call, if it took place, but he’d be risking reputaton with Trump if what he was saying it turned out not to be true.

    And wasn’t that already after the National Enquirer story about ted Cruz;s father? Now you can say Trump didn’t blame Roger Stone for that, because he knew all along that was almost certainly false.

    The whole story is incredible, for a number of reasons, and if Michael Cohen is the only source, I would rate its chances of being true as less than 20% and of something else related that is illegal being true at around 5% of that or maybe 1%.

    You have to give it 20% because unusual things are sometimes true. I think Michael Cohen isn’t even under oath. I don’t beliueve his emotions are what he claims them to be. There are a number of highly dui=ubious statemenbts he made.

    Sammy Finkelman (102c75)

  44. Rush noted that MC claims both that Trumpp never expected to win the election and didn’t want to and that he was paying hush money to do so.

    Sammy Finkelman (102c75)

  45. Cohen & Gaetz
    or
    Gaetz & Cohen

    mg (8cbc69)

  46. Sammeh randy credico has been a longtime lefy wing activist (represented by kunatlers and Ratners widow) there in was the tie.

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  47. And that was the contact to Assange, a third rate stand up comic, even less ranked than Lewis black.

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  48. @43. A hired gun. Rich, indeed.

    “I don’t interest myself in ‘why.’ I think more often in terms of ‘when’, sometimes ‘where'; always ‘how much.'”- Joubert [Max Von Sydow] ‘Three Days Of The Condor’ 1975

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  49. I’ve Never Been to Spain Prague

    Well, I’ve never been to Prague
    But I liked that Vaclav Havel
    Say the ladies are insane there
    And I sure know how to grovel
    I won’t abuse it
    Never gonna lose it
    But they’d refuse it

    Well, I’ve never been to prison
    But I know I’m going real soon
    And I hope it ain’t so bad there
    And ain’t roomin’ with some mad goon

    Can you feel it?
    Must be real, it
    Don’t look so good
    Oh, don’t look so good

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  50. And there the story began, as well as that ‘rogue’ IRS analyst

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  51. Good one, Col.
    Always enjoyed that tune.

    mg (8cbc69)

  52. Just watched Jim Jordan lay into Cohen, Clinton fixer Lanny Davis. Good show Mr. Jordan.

    mg (8cbc69)

  53. @54. You need glasses; ‘can’t-have-it-both-ways-unless-it’s-wrestler-sex-Jimbo’s dodge over the signed checks was hilarious- as was his grasp at ‘occasional truths’ for convenience.

    Sad.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  54. Man convicted of lying before Congress testifies before Congress. Alleges scandalous things things with no evidence or corroboration. Hopes for leniency from prosecutor who is hearing what he wants to hear.

    People believe what they want to believe.

    Kevin M (21ca15)

  55. As far as credibility … how many prosecutors would put a convicted perjurer on the stand?

    Kevin M (21ca15)

  56. So what happens when they prove fixer davis client lied again in front of congress?

    mg (8cbc69)

  57. 55 – Cummings allowing fixer Davis to pull this off shows what a oaf he is.

    mg (8cbc69)

  58. 55… you read as credible as the lame-0 who floated that contempiby lie.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  59. Make that contemptible lie…

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  60. @60. There goes Mr. Jordan; reaffirming, a Buckeye is a useless nut.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  61. 62) you misspelled kasich, but dewine hasn’t turned out any bag of donuts either.

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  62. Are we talking about college wrestlers, all of them older than eighteen, who complained that the team doctor looked at them the wrong way and did not give them a lollypop either and it was all Jim Jordan’s fault because … “Well just because it is! Waaah, mommy! I want my mommy!”?

    nk (dbc370)

  63. He saw vision quest too many times.

    Narciso (84d4c5)

  64. Your tax dollars at work.

    nk (dbc370)

  65. “As far as credibility … how many prosecutors would put a convicted perjurer on the stand?”
    Kevin M (21ca15) — 2/27/2019 @ 4:01 pm

    Mueller. See Rick Gates.

    Munroe (6c5e52)

  66. As far as credibility … how many prosecutors would put a convicted perjurer on the stand?

    Nearly every single prosecution in organized crime cases, or nearly any case where criminals testify against other criminals.

    Colonel Klink (Ret) (6e7a1c)

  67. I guess nobody remaining here wants to hear anything about most if not all of Cohen’s testimony being a gross, disgusting, utterly evil and illegal breach of lawyer client privilege.

    Fred Z (05d938)

  68. Perjurer? Only a desperate prosecutor with an agenda. Or some partisan dipwick Congressional committee chairman.

    nk (dbc370)

  69. No Russian Collusion… no “Trump ordered me to lie under oath”… what else was there in this nothing burger?

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  70. I guess nobody remaining here wants to hear anything about most if not all of Cohen’s testimony being a gross, disgusting, utterly evil and illegal breach of lawyer client privilege.

    I mentioned that about his first testimony, and then found out that Trump’s White House lawyers had authorized it. Even without that, there is an exception when the client turns against the lawyer and the lawyer’s testimony is in a formal judicial or quasi-judicial proceeding which is what we have here, and, needless to say, the crime-fraud exception.

    nk (dbc370)

  71. Will they try and impeach him for using ketchup on his well done steak?

    mg (8cbc69)

  72. Feeding the koi out of turn.

    Narciso (093961)

  73. Will they try and impeach him for using ketchup on his well done steak?

    The “well-done steak” is enough of a crime.

    Kevin M (21ca15)

  74. nk (#73)

    So, Trump called Cohen a crooked lawyer, and Cohen is testifying to clear his name?

    Kevin M (21ca15)

  75. Trump did a lot more than that, I think. Cohen is still not allowed to go on Twitter and reveal Trump’s secrets and confidences, but he is allowed to do it in a formal proceeding. And there’s still waiver and crime-fraud.

    nk (dbc370)

  76. Remember who lannys real client is, and how likely he would be to double cross him and I don’t mean the Clintons.

    Narciso (093961)

  77. I don’t believe in all this “who’s with whom” stuff.

    Rahm Emanuel’s brother, Ari, was Trump’s agent when Trump was in show business. His partner’s wife in William Morris Endeavor is Jeff Bezos’s girlfriend. It’s all one big incestuous family with these jerkoffs.

    nk (dbc370)

  78. Better phrasing: “The wife of his partner in William Morris Endeavor is Jeff Bezos’s girlfriend.”

    nk (dbc370)

  79. @ 3 (nk) In French law, a person who has committed perjury or other crimes of immorality is not entitled to take the witness oath. That’s a good rule. We should adopt it. Justice Kennedy, where are you when we need you? (Anthony Kennedy was fond of foreign law.) [Emph. added]

    What an absurd rule and what an absurdly improbable assertion – as far as the likelihood of its being true. One would think that anyone who made such an assertion would have the common sense and decency not to make it – at least not without contemporaneously providing strong and authoritative support for same.

    Q! (86710c)

  80. That is cobvolutex so McKenzie’s ex was his agent.

    Narciso (093961)

  81. Do I have Q! on my blocking script? Why, yes! Yes, I do!

    nk (dbc370)

  82. Re #80, Michael Savage mentioned on his show that it was Ari Emanuel that invited he and Donald Trump to discuss the idea of a presidential run in a United Center skyboxes at a 2011 Bulls game.

    urbanleftbehind (d333d8)

  83. Ari Emanuel was his agent, narciso. Lauren Sanchez, Bezos’s girlfriend, is the wife of Patrick Whitesell (what a name, eh?), Ari’s partner in WME.

    But here’s something to make you feel good: https://fox59.com/2019/02/27/woman-accused-of-assaulting-man-in-maga-hat-at-restaurant-faces-deportation/

    nk (dbc370)

  84. Is ari as much a jerk as Jeremy piven portrays I still regard him as mostly harmless compared to Rahm not to mention Ezekiel ‘the death eater’

    Narciso (093961)

  85. Indiana, whether it’s real true Indiana or NWI, always has the most diverse police blotter/ mug shots.

    urbanleftbehind (d333d8)

  86. narciso @48 and 49

    Sammeh randy credico has been a longtime lefy wing activist (represented by kunatlers and Ratners widow) there in was the tie.

    And that was the contact to Assange…

    That would mean that Michael Cohen lied in his testimony on Wednesday, for he claimed that Roger Stone said (or was it that Donald Trump said Stone said?) that he had just personally gotten off the phone with Julian Assange. What need then did he have for Randy Credico or anybody else?

    Sammy Finkelman (b0ece0)

  87. Michael Cohen needed to say that Trump not only did not expect to win, but didn’t want to, in order to maintain that Trump was truly interested in the Moscow hotel project during the campaign; and he needed to maintain or imply that Trump did indeed expect and want to win, in order to say that his purpose in, not just paying off Stormy Daniels but doing so very secretly, through his bank account, was to help win the election. (he needed to say the latter in order to allege it was a crime)

    Sammy Finkelman (b0ece0)

  88. Kim says take a hike; our Captain walks the plank. The Art Of No Deal: Trump summit craters; the great negotiator negotiates nothing.
    _____

    Suckers take bait; self-confessed non-journalist Sean Hannity now asking questions at a press conference.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  89. Why should Kim talk to a President who can’t even get his Congress to lay off while he’s trying to deal with an enemy?

    Kevin M (21ca15)

  90. @92. Enemy? He said they’re ‘in love’ w/each other. Gives Kim pass on Warmbier killing. It’s Helsinki Redux; needed Pompeo on stage as a crutch; he’s a fvck-up.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  91. The deep state uni-party Congress is the enemy.

    mg (8cbc69)

  92. he’s a fvck-up.

    Yes! Yes, he is!

    Running on empty since November 8, 2016.

    nk (dbc370)

  93. He will spin it to his rallygoers as “I really didnt want a Nobel Peace Prize, anyway”.

    urbanleftbehind (5eecdb)

  94. He got took. All Kim Jong Un wanted from him from the beginning was the prestige of having a date with the Prom Queen. I hope he had mad money to get home with.

    nk (dbc370)

  95. What will be fun is watching the backflips of people who yesterday said Trump shouldn’t have been at that summit in the first place, and who today will criticize him for cutting it short.“ – S Green via Instapundit

    Kinda sorta

    harkin (52fb4a)

  96. Yes sammeh he lied when your berries are in a vice, that’s what you do. You folks haven’t seen that arms control is like an elaborate dance, if you get a deal that’d when the trouble begins.

    Narciso (bba38e)

  97. By a happy chance I happened to obtain a short video of Mike Pompeo negotiating the denuclearization agreement with the North Korean foreign minister.

    nk (dbc370)

  98. Yeah, Trump should’ve continued the successful policy of his predecessors.

    Vis-a-vis yesterday’s clownshow… this sad chapter in America’s history started as an investigation of alleged Russian influence on the election but – in truth – was always an investigation into Donald Trump and the people around him, looking for anything that could possibly be characterized as criminal activity. It has always been fundamentally un-American to operate in that manner… that was the domain of the Soviets, e.g. Lavrentiy Beria. Now these tactics are selectively employed when it suits the mutts in charge.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  99. It’s only the Walsh two step and the fitz fandango, yet they have even less grounds here.

    Meanwhile in canada…

    Narciso (bba38e)

  100. How can you tell me how smart you are
    When you got took like a rube buying a used car
    That fat guy you’ve been seeing
    Was sure to put you down
    So welcome back Donald
    To the sane side of town

    nk (dbc370)

  101. “The collapse of President Trump’s summit with the North Korean party boss, Kim Jong Un, certainly takes us back — to October 12, 1986. That’s when President Reagan stood up and walked out of the Reykjavik summit with another party boss, Mikhail Gorbachev, of the Soviet Union. We can remember it like it was yesterday. The long faces, the dire predictions, the Left’s instinct to blame the Americans.

    “What appears to have happened in Iceland is this,” the New York Times editorialized. “Mr. Reagan had the chance to eliminate Soviet and U.S. medium-range nuclear weapons in Europe, to work toward a test ban on his terms, to halve nuclear arsenals in five years and to agree on huge reductions later. He said no.” The Times just didn’t see that the Hollywood actor turned president had just won the Cold War.”

    https://www.nysun.com/editorials/sometimes-you-have-to-walk/90591/

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  102. In the first instance the dems were carrying the ball for the Soviets, in the second they welled espionage act and came up with much less.

    Narciso (bba38e)

  103. To him you were nothin’ but an old dotard
    And you went and proved that you’re also a r_ _ ard
    To Trumpkins you’re the greatest thing they have ever found
    And you can shoot them on Fifth Avenue
    And they’ll still gather round

    nk (dbc370)

  104. But Canadian bacon doesn’t interest if the source is credentialed:
    https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2019/02/trudeaus-tears-are-pure-trumpenfreude.html?m=1

    Narciso (bba38e)

  105. He was born in a city they call the Windy City
    And they call it the Windy City because of the Squawk
    The Squawk. The almighty Squawk
    Mr. Hot Wind

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  106. Who would you rather have up there as premier, Narciso – the bald guy from Shark Tank or party bro (RIP) Ford’s brother?

    urbanleftbehind (5eecdb)

  107. Heh! That’s actually a pretty apt comparison.
    Trump is to Ronald Reagan what North Korea is to the Soviet Union.
    Now if we only had a President who is to Ronald Reagan what the Soviet Union was to the Soviet Union.
    Do you guys even understand what you’re saying?

    nk (dbc370)

  108. Credit where due. Trump was right to walk away from a deal where Kim insisted that all sanctions be lifted right away and then wouldn’t budge from that position.

    Paul Montagu (eab766)

  109. Girls, that’s why you should always have mad money when you go out on a date, no matter how much you like the way, and no matter how much he insists that he loves you.

    nk (dbc370)

  110. you like the way guy,

    nk (dbc370)

  111. …to pay for the Uber of shame?

    urbanleftbehind (5eecdb)

  112. For Kim Jong Un? He flew to Vietnam for Kim Jong Un? Reagan wouldn’t have driven to Georgetown for Kim Jong Un.

    nk (dbc370)

  113. …to pay for the Uber of shame?

    Non-shame, after a strong, loud “No!”.

    nk (dbc370)

  114. Yes, indeed, Trump should just continue the successful “policy” of his predecessors. Let ‘em lob missiles over Japan.

    IMO, Obama didn’t push back at all against Russian and Chinese military expansion, or the NoKo’s and the sonuva biscuit pretty much funded the arming of Iran and their activities. Trump’s dealing with the hand dealt him.

    At least he appears to be giving it a shot. Which is a damn sight more than can be said for his predecessors, especially in the case of North Korea.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  115. But YMMV.

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  116. Reagan wouldn’t have driven to Georgetown for Kim Jong Un.

    Can’t argue, but I also believe that we should keep all diplomatic channels open at all times with all parties, but with expectations kept really low. That way, Trump can say that he explored all options with Kim before doubling down on more sanctions, which he should now do.

    Paul Montagu (eab766)

  117. Any comparisons to Reykjavik simply sullies Reagan’s rep and elevates Kim’s NorKo to superpower-nuke, ‘Soviet Union’ status. Which is exactly what that idiot mick, Hannity, did inserting himself into that presser. That Gorby did some broken field running offering ICBM and nuclear disarmament in exchange for a decade delay deploying the then largely drawing board SDI research — and the Gipper couldn’t keep up in the moment– missing a chance at some massive de-nuking is well documented. A missed opportunity but 30 year water under the bridge.

    The Trump screw up was his absurd belief that his own charm and interpersonal skills could secure a deal and replace the tedium and details of proper pre-summit preparation by State and staff. Heads of state show up to dot i’s, cross t’s and sign for the cameras. Loser Trump hands Kim another win. He’s not Merv Griffin, Donald.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  118. Any publication crowing “Reagan won the Cold War” insults the sustained U.S. policy legacies of Truman, Ike, JFK, LBJ, The Big Dick, Ford, Carter and Pappy Bush, on whose watch the ‘Cold War’ actually ended. And the affable Reagan would agree.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  119. as usual you ignored the context of the space launches up to the energia boosters,

    narciso (d1f714)

  120. @123. Duran, Duran; Buran, Buran.

    So 80’s.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  121. Donald doesn’t know the difference between a missile and a rocket.

    Kim does.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  122. I do loves me some Johnny Rivers though, nk!

    Colonel Haiku (ac91f9)

  123. I think Michael Cohen was trying to help Democrats because his lawyer told him to. The hep was in justifying subpoenas in case that affects ajudge or the vote in Congress to sue. The benefit to Cohen is that maybe people will write letters or maybe it is not write (bad) letters to the judge and others about his parole.

    Sammy Finkelman (102c75)


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