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Author Topic: Good for Donald Trump  (Read 5564 times)

Offline freddyinkorea

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #120 on: September 12, 2018, 07:50:00 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

He never said that was your quote.  Lol

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #121 on: September 12, 2018, 09:42:59 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

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Well, I've only been a juror on one case, but on the whole, I'd say, yeah it does work that way.

Do you have some additional source of experience or expertise?

Never mind that I was using that statement as a way of summarizing your point for ridicule, and that it also included an additional sentence at the end that was the key point about how irrelevant jury service is as an indicator of experinece-

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You actually think trials are representative of what defendants go through in the system. Wow.

Dude, you're not aware of perjury traps. You seem to think that Prosecutors doing stuff like overcharging and forcing pleas and that courts being used as money vacuums are some sort of rare thing. Your experience with the legal system seems to be based around one time in jury duty and what you read in the news and were taught in school.

Did you ever stop to consider that you really don't know what goes on? Like, anyone who has dealt with the system knows what a racket it is. EVEN THE REPUBLICANS are now talking criminal justice reform because things have gotten so out of hand in so many places.

What's next are you going to tell me that prisons are free from corruption that serve as correctional/rehabilitation facilities and help get people off of drugs and learn the error of their ways while receiving job training?

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #122 on: September 12, 2018, 09:45:28 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

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Well, I've only been a juror on one case, but on the whole, I'd say, yeah it does work that way.

Do you have some additional source of experience or expertise?

Never mind that I was using that statement as a way of summarizing your point for ridicule, and that it also included an additional sentence at the end that was the key point about how irrelevant jury service is as an indicator of experinece-

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You actually think trials are representative of what defendants go through in the system. Wow.

Dude, you're not aware of perjury traps. You seem to think that Prosecutors doing stuff like overcharging and forcing pleas and that courts being used as money vacuums are some sort of rare thing. Your experience with the legal system seems to be based around one time in jury duty and what you read in the news and were taught in school.

Did you ever stop to consider that you really don't know what goes on? Like, anyone who has dealt with the system knows what a racket it is. EVEN THE REPUBLICANS are now talking criminal justice reform because things have gotten so out of hand in so many places.

What's next are you going to tell me that prisons are free from corruption that serve as correctional/rehabilitation facilities and help get people off of drugs and learn the error of their ways while receiving job training?
Do you? DO YOU?

Turn off your hot air machine and answer the question.

BTW, how long were you in prison for? Is that why you're working in SK?

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #123 on: September 12, 2018, 10:09:34 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

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Well, I've only been a juror on one case, but on the whole, I'd say, yeah it does work that way.

Do you have some additional source of experience or expertise?

Never mind that I was using that statement as a way of summarizing your point for ridicule, and that it also included an additional sentence at the end that was the key point about how irrelevant jury service is as an indicator of experinece-

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You actually think trials are representative of what defendants go through in the system. Wow.

Dude, you're not aware of perjury traps. You seem to think that Prosecutors doing stuff like overcharging and forcing pleas and that courts being used as money vacuums are some sort of rare thing. Your experience with the legal system seems to be based around one time in jury duty and what you read in the news and were taught in school.

Did you ever stop to consider that you really don't know what goes on? Like, anyone who has dealt with the system knows what a racket it is. EVEN THE REPUBLICANS are now talking criminal justice reform because things have gotten so out of hand in so many places.

What's next are you going to tell me that prisons are free from corruption that serve as correctional/rehabilitation facilities and help get people off of drugs and learn the error of their ways while receiving job training?
See, here you had the chance to admit you lied and made up a quote (which you put in quotes), but instead you prevaricated further, tried to distract from your dishonesty, and just made yourself a worse person.

You are a proven liar.  Go away.
« Last Edit: September 12, 2018, 10:14:45 PM by Mr C »

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #124 on: September 13, 2018, 01:06:09 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

First off, it was a summation and characterization of your point as I interpreted it. It obviously wasnt a direct quote. You took it out of context. Your mistake.

Did you claim that you know how the quotes regularly work as a whole? Did you give your jury service as a basis for believing that?

Just admit perjury traps are real and that lots of courts are money vacuums and move on to Trump's latest lie and idiotic move. There's no shortage of those. Your point doesn't collapse because you admit perjury traps exist.

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #125 on: September 13, 2018, 01:10:01 PM »
you prevaricated further, tried to distract from your dishonesty, and just made yourself a worse person.

You are a proven liar.  Go away.

You're the one that can't eve admit perjury traps are real.

Why dont you admit and concede that point as easily as I admit and concede that Trump often lies and makes empty promises?

Look how easy it is. You can do it. Trump lies and some of the stuff people accuse him of is nonsense.

Or be an idiot and think everything people accuse him of is true.

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #126 on: September 13, 2018, 02:09:34 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

First off, it was a summation and characterization of your point as I interpreted it. It obviously wasnt a direct quote. You took it out of context. Your mistake.

Did you claim that you know how the quotes regularly work as a whole? Did you give your jury service as a basis for believing that?

Just admit perjury traps are real and that lots of courts are money vacuums and move on to Trump's latest lie and idiotic move. There's no shortage of those. Your point doesn't collapse because you admit perjury traps exist.
You're still lying, liar.  No one believes or cares what liars like you have to say.  Bye now.

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #127 on: September 13, 2018, 02:55:48 PM »

You're still lying, liar.  No one believes or cares what liars like you have to say.  Bye now.

"Fake news."

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #128 on: September 13, 2018, 03:41:53 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

First off, it was a summation and characterization of your point as I interpreted it. It obviously wasnt a direct quote. You took it out of context. Your mistake.

Did you claim that you know how the quotes regularly work as a whole? Did you give your jury service as a basis for believing that?

Just admit perjury traps are real and that lots of courts are money vacuums and move on to Trump's latest lie and idiotic move. There's no shortage of those. Your point doesn't collapse because you admit perjury traps exist.
You're still lying, liar.  No one believes or cares what liars like you have to say.  Bye now.

Can't logically refute the points made, resort to "You're a liar. Bye!"

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #129 on: September 13, 2018, 03:53:22 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

First off, it was a summation and characterization of your point as I interpreted it. It obviously wasnt a direct quote. You took it out of context. Your mistake.

Did you claim that you know how the quotes regularly work as a whole? Did you give your jury service as a basis for believing that?

Just admit perjury traps are real and that lots of courts are money vacuums and move on to Trump's latest lie and idiotic move. There's no shortage of those. Your point doesn't collapse because you admit perjury traps exist.
You're still lying, liar.  No one believes or cares what liars like you have to say.  Bye now.

Can't logically refute the points made, resort to "You're a liar. Bye!"
Still making up quotes, I see.  Liar.

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #130 on: September 13, 2018, 04:01:35 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

First off, it was a summation and characterization of your point as I interpreted it. It obviously wasnt a direct quote. You took it out of context. Your mistake.

Did you claim that you know how the quotes regularly work as a whole? Did you give your jury service as a basis for believing that?

Just admit perjury traps are real and that lots of courts are money vacuums and move on to Trump's latest lie and idiotic move. There's no shortage of those. Your point doesn't collapse because you admit perjury traps exist.
You're still lying, liar.  No one believes or cares what liars like you have to say.  Bye now.

Can't logically refute the points made, resort to "You're a liar. Bye!"
Still making up quotes, I see.  Liar.
 

Dude...its not a lie to abbreviate a statement.

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Re: Good for Donald Trump
« Reply #131 on: September 13, 2018, 04:44:26 PM »

"I was once a juror. I know how things are in the courts."- That very statement is laughable.
Maybe it is, but I didn't say it.  You made that up, which makes you a liar.

First off, it was a summation and characterization of your point as I interpreted it. It obviously wasnt a direct quote. You took it out of context. Your mistake.

Did you claim that you know how the quotes regularly work as a whole? Did you give your jury service as a basis for believing that?

Just admit perjury traps are real and that lots of courts are money vacuums and move on to Trump's latest lie and idiotic move. There's no shortage of those. Your point doesn't collapse because you admit perjury traps exist.
You're still lying, liar.  No one believes or cares what liars like you have to say.  Bye now.

Can't logically refute the points made, resort to "You're a liar. Bye!"
Still making up quotes, I see.  Liar.
 

Dude...its not a lie to abbreviate a statement.
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Rule 1. Use double quotation marks to set off a direct (word-for-word) quotation.
Correct: "I hope you will be here," he said.
Incorrect: He said that he "hoped I would be there." (The quotation marks are incorrect because hoped I would be there does not state the speaker's exact words.) (Emphasis mine)
- https://www.grammarbook.com/punctuation/quotes.asp

Further, in the case at issue, you not just changed my words, you substantively changed my meaning.  Now, just stop.