Ted Vaill: I spent most of the day deciding what to take: 44 years in the house, raised my kids there, have 30 or so photo albums of my trips around the world and life. Which ones to take and which to leave?
Ted Vaill: Will the Democrats be able to flip the House and, after Mueller drops what will almost certainly be breathtakingly broad charges against the Trumpsters and the Toadstool (after the election), impeach him next year?
Ted Vaill: Irish Catholic boy Kavanaugh, a major Republican operative who attended Georgetown Prep when Gorsuck was there, and also Yale when he was there, sailed through his confirmation proceedings until people started to look into the kind of person he really was.
Ted Vaill: He is an imposing figure, clearly very smart, and from his testimony this week, he has showed that he has a mean, snarling temper when he gets angry—not the judicial temperament that one would expect of a Supreme Court Justice.
Ted Vaill: Kavanaugh really got caught up in the dirt ejaculated in these proceedings regarding President Clinton’s involvement with Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky.
Ted Vaill: It is time to revisit the timeline which sets forth the development of the “collusion” allegations which might be brought forth by Special Counsel Mueller against the President of the Electoral College of the United States, Donald J. Trump.
Ted Vaill: You and your borderline-Alzheimers “advisor” Rudy Giuliani have been ejaculating “whiffle dust” everywhere to create confusion in the media (which you call “fake news”) as to what is going on.
Ted Vaill: You do what I want or I will disclose to the world how we did it, and your very active role in what we did. You hear me?
Ted Vaill: The answer for progressives is not to give more money to the Democratic politicians who are using these events to ask for more right now, but to tell them to put their balls (or guts) where their mouths are.
Ted Vaill: Miller, who looks like a 50-year-old man trapped in a 31-year-old body, is a severely balding, hooded-lidded, gangly man who reminded me of Adolf Hitler’s young hitman, Martin Bormann.
Ted Vaill: Many legal scholars argue that a sitting U.S. President cannot be indicted for crimes committed before or during office; the remedy is impeachment for “Treason, Bribery and other High Crimes and Misdemeanors”.
Ted Vaill: I pleaded sickness, and stayed in the hotel and stole out to meet him, unfollowed by the KGB. I was more interested in finding out the views of young Russians like Leonid than I was touring the museums of Leningrad.
Ted Vaill: Is this Trumputin’s Sudetenland, his effort to challenge the world order by concocting a rationale to give the rest of the world a big F*** You?