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Sua Sponte

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  1. By "struggling" do you mean by not having big double-digit wins against ranked opponents like Oregon, Oregon State, and Utah? I guess? They beat ranked opponents Oregon twice, USC, Utah, and Oregon State. Florida State dominated LSU, beat Louisville by nine points, and beat Clemson, the only ranked opponents they've played. Florida State's strength of schedule is 55th while Washington's is 11th and Alabama's 5th. Florida State almost blew a 21-point lead on Boston College, needed overtime against Clemson, and trailed at home in the second half to Duke before Riley Leonard exited with an injury. Texas also beat Alabama. Alabama beat the reigning two-year champion, Georgia. Ultimately, the committee wasn't going to let Alabama, who just beat the #1 team in the SEC Championship, or an undefeated Washington team who beat a Top 10 Oregon twice to include the PAC-10 Championship, sit at home and give it to an ACC team who played weaker opponents. Why? Too much money left on the table and the people didn't want to see an FSU team just boat-raced by a stronger SEC, Big 12, PAC-10, or Big 10 team.,
  2. They sure did, then got boat raced by Georgia. I’m not saying it’s right, because it’s not, but do you believe if FSU made it to the natty, they’d be competitive against any of the other three teams?
  3. You can blame TCU’s ass whipping in the Natty last year on why FSU was left out this year.
  4. Watching 30 year old Bo Nix’s 12 year college career come to an end with a loss was great* *if they don’t go to a bowl
  5. It’s going to be rough on the Cowboys since they can’t beat a team above .500.
  6. Barry Sanders, Thurman Thomas, and I are alumni of the same school (Go Pokes!)
  7. If FSU loses without Travis, it exposes the frauds they are. With the exception of the first week of that beating of LSU, they've played unranked nobodies. That's hard for the committee when the OSU/UM game loser had a tougher schedule/conference. If FSU barely beats or loses UF this week I believe the committee will rank the loser of the OSU/UM will still rank higher than FSU.
  8. What check(s) did he hook you on?
  9. https://news.yahoo.com/us-air-force-may-remove-171141507.html
  10. If this goes go a general court martial, I’m curious if he’ll pick a bench trial with only a judge, or they’ll have to find a panel of three and four stars?
  11. As 19 AF/CC, he would’ve probably crushed any rated officer instructor for anything like that with a student. ”Rules for thee, not for me.”
  12. While he was the Vice at Seymour, I ran into him at at the BX while I was TDY there as a contractor and said “Ratner and I have a message for you,” then gave him the finger and told him to fuck off. He got red faced and stormed away.
  13. https://x.com/collinrugg/status/1717694800793633108?s=46&t=ctjFB6W6EEwuK5d_y4et5g
  14. What is the conviction rate of someone charged with an Art 120 offense and actually found guilty of said Article 120 offense? Not someone charged with a 120 and found guilty of Article 92 because during the “investigation” OSI found out the accused didn’t register a gun living on base 6-9 assignments ago. The latter seems to be the conviction stat padding SVC/SARC’s like to do.
  15. Did the country stay together when Nixon resigned before he was impeached? There is a process to run the country if the president either leaves office abruptly or is removed. Do you think as many people are going to start overrunning the Capitol again when they’ve seen a lot of those that did during 1/6 prosecuted and thrown in federal prison? Are you the only one that feels that way on here, of course not, this place is an echo chamber of certain political stances. But this is also forum of people saying how Biden was going to be 25 Amendement’d so Harris could take over and this was some master DNC plan to do so. I don’t like Trump because he only cares about Trump. He doesn’t care about the DNC or RNC, he cares about retaining the power and the “unique” abilities that comes with being POTUS (like not being federal indicted while in office and if it were to happen, pardoning himself and his cronies). It’s easy to believe that the election was rigged when your own advisors and attorneys are telling you that you lost and you just disregard them and surround yourself with your echo chamber. His policies being better are subjective, as always. https://www.cato.org/commentary/grading-trumps-economic-policies It will be up to the RNC to see if they support Trump as a nominee or not. The best thing for them to do is cut ties, like most of them have, with Trump and let him rot. How’s that Speaker election going for Jim Jordan with his fellow Republicans, losing votes every time he was up for a vote? It’s people like Jordan, who refuse to acknowledge that the election wasn’t stolen, that the RNC needs to rid themselves of and press. Unfortunately, DeSantis isn’t doing so hot, so it will be very interesting the next year.
  16. My response that you’re stupid is I have asked you various questions on why he wouldn’t be held to justice in state court for violating state laws and you haven’t answered at all, which I’m not shocked. Whether the country would survive is irrelevant, since there is a system in place to have the country ran if the president is removed from office. Again, an armada of legal challenges would happen and would force the SCOTUS to either hold that yes, or no, a president could be tried, convicted, and imprison for violating state laws while a sitting president. This would also have the 25th Amendment possibly come into play and be exercised if the president is confined and no longer to execute the office. I agree that the elites are rarely charged held to justice for their crimes, however there’s a very good chance Trump will be going to prison in New York, Georgia, and/or federal. A huge reason why he’s running for president again is so he can pardon himself and cronies and get rid of all the federal punitive landscape that he’s currently caught in.
  17. That’s fine you disagree, but neither I, nor you, are the people charged with interpreting the Constitution. Your posts about these topics are usually a textbook example of Dunning-Kruger effect. I didn’t say every other president has been squeaky clean, but you knew that, you’re just being stupid. I said that presidents normally don’t go around violating state laws while they’re sitting in office, which is why this is now some uncharted legal landscape the courts are entering in. Trump was still the lame duck president when his alleged criminal actions occurred in Georgia (Dec 2020). Are you to say that since he was technically president at the time the allegedly conduct happened that Georgia wouldn’t be able to prosecute him since he was, at the time, the president? https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/23909543-23sc188947-criminal-indictment I’m curious why you don’t think a president, who cannot pardon himself or others from state law violations, couldn’t be charged with violating state law? Are military personnel, who usually aren’t residents of the states they’re stationed in, immune from violating laws of the state they’re stationed in? Even if they aren’t residents of said states? Does the military have the authority to just immunize military personnel from state law violations because they’re essentially federal employees?
  18. Yes. He was charged and/or found guilty of a state crime. Can a president pardon himself of said state crime(s)? If not, then why can’t that state enforce their own laws? The Constitution is silent where it doesn’t say you cannot imprison a president, so why couldn’t that happen? Why are we now asking ourselves this? Because presidents usually don’t go around allegedly committing state crimes while in office.
  19. Why couldn’t they? Could Biden pardon himself of state charges/convictions? Of course he couldn’t, which is why if Trump was able to be elected president he’s still on the hook for the New York and Georgia charges. I think you’re confusing the DOJ’s policy, not law, of not charging a sitting president with federal crimes (which could be argued he could pardon himself of anyway) since they defer to the impeachment process. A DA or a state’s AG doesn’t give a shit about the DOJ’s charging/prosecution policy for federal crimes. Like the HLS article I posted stated, which you probably didn’t read, stated there is nothing in the Constitution prohibiting a president from being incarcerated. Any state that chose to go this route with a sitting president is more likely than not going to face legal challenges to the SCOTUS for an interpretation if a state had the authority to do so over state charges.
  20. What’s your Constitutional Law holding for that since SCOTUS ruled long along federal and state laws are different sovereignties Let me help you out. “While there is no express constitutional prohibition on a President being incarcerated, it is self-evident that an incarcerated President would pose serious threats to the continued functioning of our country.” https://harvardlawreview.org/blog/2023/04/stronga-convict-in-chief-strong/
  21. Singing like a songbird for that sweetheart deal of no prison time.
  22. I thought of suing my accuser for doing the same shit to me. I was told that the reasonable doubt that acquitted me would also make it almost impossible for her to be found liable for any damages. The only time a favorable outcome would happen is if one was to have "smoking gun" evidence of a text, or recorded conversation, of the girl claiming she made it up.
  23. The investigation is done, which is why he now has a charge sheet and a pending Article 32 hearing (which is more of a formality than anything).
  24. As prior AETC FTU alumni the 19 AF/CC is either a retard fighter guy that fucks up heavy training or a retard heavy guy ruining UPT.
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