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Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by theduckguru, Dec 4, 2017.
Was it a Memo?
Is the press making statements under oath on this matter? Do you believe that the press either has or should have broader First Amendment rights than individuals?
Are a person's First Amendment rights conditioned upon who they ghost write a story with?
The press isn’t under house arrest or under a gag order from the judge so Yes they have more rights in this case. Maybe even an obligation. Apparently a judge thought that in this case there were enough reasons to add conditions to his house arrest. I assumed he agreed to them to stay out of jail.
A "Memo" is a piece of communication that allows you to take words like “grossly negligent” and change them to read “extremely careless”...
Let's say that you have a memo that reads: Hillary Clinton's handling of Classified Federal Government E-Mails was “grossly negligent”. And you know that their are criminal penalties for “grossly negligent” handling of classified material - but you have it hard for Hillary... What to do - what to do. Well - you have a memo and with a memo you can simply change “grossly negligent” to read “extremely careless”...
So now the memo reads: Hillary Clinton's handling of Classified Federal Government E-Mails was “extremely careless”... There - all taken care of. That isn't as bad because their are no criminal penalties for “extremely careless” handling of classified material.
Definition of is... is?
Potato - potato. Tomato - tomato. Illegal - illegal...
No, you wrote “Is the Ukraine part of Russia now? I thought it got kicked to the curb back in 1954.”.
Crimea, part of Ukraine, was annexed by Russia in 2014.
Correct - so Manafort was not ghostwriting an Op Ed that was to run in the Moscow Times about how Trump & Putin colluded to Hack the 2016 US Presidential Election.