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Manafort's Dirty Deeds Are Business as Usual, but They Shouldn't Be


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Manafort's Dirty Deeds Are Business as Usual, but They Shouldn't Be

Sonali Kolhatkar

In other words, the Republicans and the White House want to make it even easier for wealthy elites like themselves and Manafort to accumulate more riches.

Paul Manafort makes his way through television cameras as he walks from federal District Court in Washington, D.C., on Monday.

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Poor Chloe. I noticed her costume was a police officer. Scary!! She may be learning that being a police officer is an entitlement to scare others. Probably, she’s being taught to believe the police will protect her from people who are bad. Either way, she seems a little young to understand. Maybe she’s pretending to be with the candy police, confiscating candy from suspect candy hoarders and from those whose candy wasn’t approved by the candy authority. Scary!!


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I wonder how Manafort got all that blood off of all that money. This stuff is beyond disgusting! We have, for the most part, the wrong people imprisoned!

DJT, Jr. is undeniably an absolute a$$hole, by the way.


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A bit of levity from NPR: “How can Paul Manafort spend $1,000,000 on clothes and still look like a used car salesman?”


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A reminder:
“The differences between the two parties are not as great as they are sometimes made out to be.”
— B. H. Obama, 01/27/10