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Pierre Omidyar
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Pierre Omidyar May 29
“If we had thought Americans would not understand double-negative logic, we would not have said this less plainly.”
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Pierre Omidyar May 20
I was told there was actual logic on political Twitter today but couldn’t believe it so I came to see with my own eyes.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
Replying to @jonathaneugster
Sorry, I didn’t mean it to.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
Replying to @BillyVonElds
If 30% of my total assets went to Congress over the next 10 years, I would likely want to spend a lot of money to influence how it’s spent. I’m not trying to make an argument about others, just sharing a personal feeling.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
Replying to @pierre
It’ll be interesting to see what Trump looks and acts like when he’s in a good mood. Does anyone remember the last time that was?
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
Now that we can all agree on “no collusion,” let’s see what else there is.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
I wish there was a catch phrase that could summarize this conclusion, which Trump and his supporters can now finally justly celebrate, despite deriding Mueller as a fraud and the investigation as a witch hunt for two years.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Mar 24
Here is a link to the letter we received from Attorney General Barr. Seems like the Department of Justice is putting matters squarely in Congress’ court.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
Replying to @pierre
More political engagement by more people is a good thing. More political engagement by the super-rich may be a bit more dicey, especially under our current under-regulated and under-enforced political spending rules.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
Replying to @pierre
However, it would significantly increase my desire to spend money to ensure my preferred spending priorities were enacted by Congress. I don’t want my money going to a stupid wall. Is more lobbying and political spending a good thing? I don’t know.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 24
Ok, I’m just going to put this out there: for me, this would be mildly inconvenient but completely justified if put to use to effectively strengthen the resilience of the poor and middle class in this country. However...
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 21
Compared to Lock Her Up, Muslim Ban, Build a Wall, and Putin’s Best Friend, it’s a tame idea.
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Rick Wilson Mar 21
"Jared, we need to talk about OPSEC." Jared: "It's fabulous. I've been using it for months and my skin looks radiant."
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 21
After taking part in a “Lock Her Up” campaign based on this very issue, hard to claim this is an innocent mistake by someone new to government service.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 20
The Mueller indictments thus far have been surprisingly readable. I hope whatever we get to see next is not obtuse.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 20
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 20
Not sure why people are all worried about issuing subpoenas - the sooner the better, because they’re likely to be challenged in court. And then we’ll see if Separation of Powers still means anything.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 20
Wasn’t he one of the President’s unregistered foreign agents? Whatever happened to that guy?
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 20
The voters who like it when Trump does this were also probably birthers.
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Pierre Omidyar Mar 19
Future president material right there folks.
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