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Really?

There are always ways to make your time better as long as you have something the state wants. The american justce system is all about leverage.
Another twist is that he gets caught having lied to FBI et al giving testimony to the congressional grandstanders and get slammed for longer sentences. The possibilities are.............delicious!
 
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Really?

There are always ways to make your time better as long as you have something the state wants. The american justce system is all about leverage.
you are making a very very flawed argument let me point that out and how it is flawed
Appeal to motive is a pattern of argument which consists in challenging a thesis by calling into question the motives of its proposer. It can be considered as a special case of the ad hominem circumstantial argument. As such, this type of argument may be an informal fallacy.
A common feature of appeals to motive is that only the possibility of a motive (however small) is shown, without showing the motive actually existed or, if the motive did exist, that the motive played a role in forming the argument and its conclusion. Indeed, it is often assumed that the mere possibility of motive is evidence enough.
Appeal to motive - Wikipedia
 
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And he will answer precisely, with the names and details of every bimbo he's paid off on Trump's behalf, with all the sleazy details, because he wouldn't want to lie.....

....and nobody will care. Trump is empowering woman. And is paying around 1,000:1.

Or what... are you saying that there is something wrong w/ sex workers?
 
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you are making a very very flawed argument let me point that out and how it is flawed
Appeal to motive is a pattern of argument which consists in challenging a thesis by calling into question the motives of its proposer. It can be considered as a special case of the ad hominem circumstantial argument. As such, this type of argument may be an informal fallacy.
A common feature of appeals to motive is that only the possibility of a motive (however small) is shown, without showing the motive actually existed or, if the motive did exist, that the motive played a role in forming the argument and its conclusion. Indeed, it is often assumed that the mere possibility of motive is evidence enough.
Appeal to motive - Wikipedia

Sure thing billy.



spam

The name "Spam" was chosen in the 1930s when the product, whose original name—"Hormel Spiced Ham"—was far less memorable, began to lose market share. The name was chosen from multiple entries in a naming contest. A Hormel official once stated that the original meaning of the name Spam was "Shoulder of Pork and hAM". According to writer Marguerite Patten in Spam – The Cookbook, the name was suggested by Kenneth Daigneau, brother of the Hormel vice president and an actor.

Other explanations of the origin of the term include the acronym "Specially Processed American Meat", "Spiced Pork And haM", "Specially Processed Army Meat", and "SPAre hAM"; there are also some less-than-serious explanations, such as "Synthetically Produced Artificial Meat", "Some Parts Are Meat", "Someone's Pigs Are Missing", or "Stuff Posing As Meat". The current official explanation is the SP and AM were taken from "SPiced hAM" to win a $100 prize!

The humorous radio show Ask Dr. Science claimed it is an acronym for "Scientifically Produced Animal Matter", a product of the food synthesis experiments of the 1950s, whose "closest living relative was the Velveeta, a kind of synthetic jellyfish."

According to Hormel's trademark guidelines, Spam should be spelled with all capital lettersand treated as an adjective, as in the phrase SPAM luncheon meat. However, barring having entered into a contract requiring one to do so, no one is legally obliged to follow such trademark guidelines. As with many other trademarks, such as Lego or Kleenex, people often refer to similar meat products as "Spam".

by ben the butcher January 17, 2006
 
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The only thing greater than a herd of liars grilling a certified liar would be if Cortez could be on the committee to ask questions.