Looks a good theory.Though, as I understand it, Cohen to pay for Stormy could be an electoral crime, but Trump paying her up wouldn't, so I guess Giuliani was trying to correct that mistake.
It would still have been a minor violation in that he did not report it.An alternative explanation would be: Didja see how cleverly Giuliani diverted the press from that latest Pruitt scandal?
Harry, yours is the simpleton's (or Trump Deranged) take on it.For everyone else,there's this.
Those of us who remember the '90's are more than a little amused by the sudden desire for things to get along quickly on the part of the Right. As it stands, I don't recall Starr managing any indictments in his first year on the job - a job, mind you, that had already been done by someone before him.
Hey, how come up you are in this blog too?
I was a lurker at BJ for a long time - going back at least to 2000. Mr. Eager was, at the time, a regular commenter there. There was some sort of kerfuffle involving doctored/deleted comments that led to the exodus of Mr. Eager and a number of other regular commenters at the time, and they briefly formed something called the "post-Judd" alliance. They were (almost) all interesting, although only this one was less than right-wing in its bent, and only this one really seems to get updated anymore.
Interesting! As Skipper mentioned, there is greatguys.blogspot.com, from people from back then. I am not from those times, but I write there too now and then.
Trump's 2 chances are 1) create a political firestorm to make the investigation impossible; or 2) spin it out forever. The one thing he cannot abide is regular order.Hence the Rudy circus Recall that in Teapot Dome, Fall was convicted of taking a bribe from Sinclair but Sinclair was acquitted of bribing him. Likewise, in Iran-Contra Inouye messed up regular order so badly that most of the prosecutions wee short-circuited.
I had abandoned Judd before the kerfuffle, whose details I don't know. Regrettably, 2 of the post-Judd alliance are now dead.
Trump's 2 chances are 1) create a political firestorm to make the investigation impossible; or 2) spin it out forever.Wrong. His third option is to keep cattle-prodding TDS sufferers. When that collusion investigation house of cards finally comes crashing down, it is going to leave a lot more wreckage than if he had sat back quietly.You are making the same mistake as all the other TDS sufferers: a conclusion in the complete absence of evidence, while ignoring the real corruption.
They were (almost) all interesting, although only this one was less than right-wing in its bent, and only this one really seems to get updated anymore.Great Guys is still around.
Ah, good to know. He was the pilot, right?
I'm not one of the Great Guys, but I am the pilot.