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Well I don't feel like picking everything apart but a lot of that sounds like wild fantasy. No offense. In particular, if he is the Republicans' patsy, why are they fighting to block every single thing he's trying to do? It's not as though they can secretly work together to pass legislation without anybody finding out about it while publicly looking as though they're at loggerheads.
Do you mean like an email from POTUS claiming he knew all about it or that he personally ordered it done??
More like some kind of news story or some such.
Because I think I remember him claiming not to know about it beforehand. So if there's evidence that he did, then that's interesting.
Do you have an email or document that proves he did not participate in, or know about this action??
No I don't. Of course, that would be difficult to actually prove.
If the opposite scenario - the one you seem to desire
What makes you say that? I ask for more information about what you said and you think that means I want you to be wrong?
he was oblivious to the actions of the IRS, then he is far more likely what I've been saying all along - just another corporate employee - who has no idea what the other branches of government are doing and no control at all over what his employers decide to do in his name.
That seems to be a better fit to me - that he doesn't have much idea of what the various federal agencies are doing. Think of all the things that have come out on his watch - NSA, IRS, Fast and Furious (partly Bush partly Obama), I'm sure there are others. He seemed to have no idea what was going on. But then maybe he's just a good actor.
No mention of being reviewed by anybody at Google (that I saw, I skimmed it), and my experience is that both new apps and updates propagate to the play store in 1-3 hours, regardless of time of day, weekday or weekend. I doubt Google has enough people working to approve apps that quickly.
If you have some documentation that there are humans reviewing apps before they are published in the Play Store (which is what I mean by approval process), I would like to see it.
A larger sample, such as noticing the speed over many uses over time, does tell you how fast you can download things in that browser, on that machine as it's currently configured -- but that still only hints at your actual connection speed. It doesn't measure it.
But that is a more useful measurement than "actual connection speed". I don't care if my actual connection speed is 100 Mbps if the rate at which I can download stuff is 24. Other than maybe that points to a problem with my computer or browser that may be solvable.
Your web browser's download speed report isn't a reliable indicator of your actual link speed, and you shouldn't use it for that.
That's what Arsik Vek might be doing though, and I'm sure lots of other people. And it is a reliable enough indicator of how fast you can actually download the file. If every time you go to download something you're getting, let's say 2-3MB/s, that is probably your real world effective connection speed. If sometimes you get 200KB and sometimes 3MB then you can't conclude anything.
The real problem is taking 3 somethings per second and comparing it to 25 somethings per second without realizing they're different somethings.
Perhaps the statement of the policy, if it exists, is secret. But it would be impossible to secretly revoke someone's citizenship, and if this is happening every time anyone is designated a terrorist I think someone would have figured it out and published something about it.
No fly list. Or would you feel like a free american if you were told you were on a no fly list?
Didn't notice before, but in case you're still watching, the claim was " anyone deemed a terrorist is no longer considered a US citizen (citizenship is stripped unilaterally and extra judicially)". The no fly list doesn't match that claim.