hmmmm... maybe not deserve a pardon or at least I don't feel that way. I just feel I don't care if he gives her one; I thought they were making an example out of her more than anything else. It's not like she was CEO of an Enron or something.
She is a WHITE color crime criminal. Just because it is a white collar does not make it all right Myra. Be careful what hhhyou wish for he will parton Enron next you wait and see. He is doing so only because he is the biggest white color criminal he knows.
'They've all done something wrong.' you are way wrong becuse their are lots who get imprisoned unjustly.
Maybe you should check out Obama, Bush-II, & Clinton. All there were very lax if you actually look at it. The media is %90 liberal, so of course they made Bush look far worse than the other two. Personally, all three are slime.
He has to be convicted of something to pardon himself. And accepting a pardon is an admission of guilt. Plus, if he?s convicted that means he?s been impeached by he house and removed from office by the senate. Therefore no longer president and no ability to pardon anyone...he really is this dumb.
Its the Trump supporters that concern me. Trump has gone out of his way to show how inept he is at government. But his supporters are still suckered into thinking he is worth supporting. Maybe an impeachment and prison sentence could be the light at the end of the tunnel that Trump supporters need.
The Maduro regime even reached out to the Trump admin last week. It would be unprecedented if he gets North Korea AND Venezuela to come to the bargaining table and join the global community. Mark's head will explode.
How long is long enough if Mueller finds nothing? It's costing millions of dollars and he has yet to find what he's looking for.?
You need a historical reality check. These types of investigations go on for years always. One little tiny example is how many years was Hillary investigated over and over and never charged with anything?
No, you need one. The previous ones were called to investigate a crime that had been committed. The difference is that there was NO crime committed before he was appointed. He was appointed to see if there was a crime. My question stands...how long do you let him go when he hasn't found any evidence of a crime?
BTW...I have a question. How long is long enough if Mueller finds nothing? It's costing millions of dollars and he has yet to find what he's looking for.
My question back is who gets to decide how long is long enough? Trump?
It?s actually moving quite swiftly compared to past special counsel investigations. How much did it cost ken starr to find a stained dress? What was he supposed to investigating? Are you able to be objective about it now that you see trump going thru something similar?