Discussion in 'Announcements and Feedback' started by Dot Com, Jul 22, 2016.
I don't see the dumb button on my page. Do you have to pay extra for it?
Can't a convicted felon make a movie about an non-convicted felon?
I think it only appears in the flame zone and those forums. Somebody must have moved this thread. But it is Carla's favorite toy.
Yes, he exposed Obama and Obama took revenge. What he was "convicted" of was something so trivial the liberals would have laughed their asses off if Hillary did it. The particular law he broke, no one else has ever been sent to prison for.
Even MORE hypocritical of the left, his defense attorney argued that he had absolutely "no criminal intent" in his violating campaign finance laws. Now... where have we heard "no criminal intent" used lately and defended as a valid reason not to prosecute someone of a crime?
thanks for the background info Boss .
he broke federal campaign finance laws by getting people to write checks for politicians which he then wrote checks to them for. Thats a no no in this great nation
We need a safe space for Dot. See that movie advertisement was Traumatic!
He should have run it through his Dinesh Foundation
Uhm.. no... He had one person write one check for one candidate, a personal friend he was trying to help. It was not done unethically, trying to avoid campaign finance laws, it was simply a loan. Unfortunately, it was against the rules. No one has ever been sent to prison for what he did. At best, they pay a fine.
It's certainly nowhere near like deleting 30k emails and exposing matters of national security in violation of the Espionage Act.
This man was intentionally targeted by the Obama administration because of his politics. He spent two years in a maximum security prison because he dared to tell the truth about Obama. He's a political hero in my book.
cite case law and where you got your J.D from.
Separate names with a comma.