Natia wrote:Arkan wrote:Well let's see a list of who has said the law should be broken. Should be easy since you say it's all of them (hint: it's not). That said, breaking the law does not make one crooked. There have been plenty of bad laws out there in every country that needed breaking before they could be changed. Of course, calling yourself a rule-of-law politician and then publicly breaking the law as well as trying to subvert the justice system for your own own benefit is decidedly crooked.
In terms of a more interesting discussion point, you may find Elizabeth Warren a refreshing candidate if corruption is one of your strongest issues. It's pretty comprehensive. I don't necessarily agree with every point, but there are a lot of good ones.
https://www.warren.senate.gov/imo/media ... 0FINAL.pdf
I would prefer not to take the refreshing candidate for corruption from someone who claimed and marked the box for being a native American to get personal gain professionally when she is confirmed 1/1024 indian via dna testing post receiving of the benefit and going off the fact her grandma said she has high cheek bones. Thanks
Natia wrote:No corruption to see here. Politicians who were broke in comparison to the other politicians before being elected to congress rise to millions and the top 1% in their time as politicians dawn no flags.
Enok wrote:Also, didn't Trump wrongfully claim to be Swedish at some point?
Enok wrote: Also, didn't Trump wrongfully claim to be Swedish at some point?
Mr. Trump and Deutsche Bank were deeply entwined, their symbiotic bond born of necessity and ambition on both sides: a real estate mogul made toxic by polarizing rhetoric and a pattern of defaults, and a bank with intractable financial problems and a history of misconduct.... Over nearly two decades, Deutsche Bank’s leaders repeatedly saw red flags surrounding Mr. Trump. There was a disastrous bond sale, a promised loan that relied on a banker’s forged signature, wild exaggerations of Mr. Trump’s wealth, even a claim of an act of God.
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