View Poll Results: Let This Thread Live or Shut It Down?

Voters
16. You may not vote on this poll
  • Let it Live!

    14 87.50%
  • Kill it With Fire!

    2 12.50%
Page 165 of 176 FirstFirst ... 65115155163164165166167175 ... LastLast
Results 1,641 to 1,650 of 1753

Thread: The TRUMP POTUS "Tribute" & "Tribulations" of the Politically Incorrect for 2017....!

  1. #1641
    Administrator Andy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Posts
    1,849
    Post Thanks / Like

  2. #1642
    Verified VCDS User vreihen's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    The Land of OCC, NY, USA, Earth
    Posts
    4,090
    Post Thanks / Like
    Here in New Yorkistan, this very important ballot item isn't receiving the attention that it should in a non-federal election year. Basically, it is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for the voters to force a Constitutional Convention to potentially change the state's Constitution, which only comes up every 20 years.

    http://changenys.org/a-ny-convention/4571408747

    'Reflection and Choice' in Albany

    By James Coll

    To the People of the State of New York:

    Advocating for the ratification of a newly-created structure of government in the first of 51 essays he would write on behalf of the new constitution, Alexander Hamilton questioned whether Americans could establish “good government from reflection and choice” or be “forever destined to depend for…political constitutions on accident and force.”

    The dilemma facing the nation in 1787 was more than just an exercise in constitutional theory from a long-gone era. On election day in 2017, voters in New York—Hamilton’s own state—will be again confronted with deciding the kind of state government we wish to have when we answer a simple question on the ballot: "Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution and amend the same?"

    Your own answer to the referendum is up to you, of course, but we should resolve ourselves collectively to at least one conclusion: Let's not ignore the query.

    Unlike our national constitution, the drafters of our present state constitution created a device for citizens to directly address fundamental questions about the way our government operates in Albany. In addition to New York, thirteen others have similar provisions for the periodic question of citizens initiating a constitutional convention. With Empire State predecessors providing the legal tools to reform bad government by placing the periodic question of whether we approve of a constitutional convention directly to voters, we are called once again to weigh in on this important referendum.

    The mandatory 'constitutional convention' question presented to voters every 20 years gives each generation a voice and a choice about their government. The last time such a question was before the voters in this manner was in 1997. Despite the significance such a question could impose, more citizens casting ballots that year ignored the question entirely than answered “yes” or “no.”

    The legal process for conducting a voter-initiated convention can be found outlined in Article XIX of the New York State Constitution:

    1. A majority of state-wide voters consider the question of convening a constitutional convention on the ballot on November 7, 2017.

    2. If a majority of voters approve the convention, three delegates in each of the 63 state senate districts and 15 statewide at-large delegates are elected by voters in November 2018.

    3. These 204 delegates, once selected, then convene in Albany beginning in April 2019 for the limited purpose of holding a convention to discuss reforms to the supreme law of our state they have the ability to propose for consideration.

    4. Changes approved by more than a majority of the delegates assembled are then put before voters, where an affirmative majority vote would ratify the changes to the state constitution.

    Some will say that the convention is the only way to bring needed reforms. This is not true. The goal of those seeking reform over the next year should not be to advocate for a constitutional convention but to actually not need one. Our elected officials could exercise their power to avoid a costly convention by implementing the changes necessary to make our government more responsive.

    There will be others who claim that a constitutional convention for our state would be an unprecedented and radical step. This is also not factual. While our nation has only had two governments at the national level since the American Revolution, 231 constitutional conventions have been held within the states since that same time period. In addition, New York has a history of constitutional contemplation, holding nine such conventions since our revolutionary first in 1776-1777.

    Few politicians go to Albany to watch the pillars of government crumble around them. Armed with good intentions, they are often left shielded from expectations by the lament of a system that has frequently given way to far too many bad results.

    The confidence New Yorkers have in the ability of elected officials to change our capital city is as low as our confidence in those we elect to serve there. Yet, in spite of the current problems in our state government, we can predict with some certainty that these officials will no doubt promise reform if pro-reform voices get loud enough. Voters should recognize that we have heard this song before and demand results instead of promises, action instead of the status quo.

    It will soon be in our hands, the citizens of New York State, to decide whether we will have a state government as we have known or if Hamilton’s vision of “reflection and choice” will prevail. No matter how you vote in this once-in-a-generation referendum, let’s make sure we vote for the government we want. How Albany works—or fails to work—over the next twenty years may depend on it.

    ***

    James Coll is an adjunct professor of American and Constitutional history at Hofstra University and the founder of ChangeNYS.org, a not-for-profit formed to promote civic education and political reform in our state.

  3. #1643
    Verified VCDS User vreihen's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    The Land of OCC, NY, USA, Earth
    Posts
    4,090
    Post Thanks / Like
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/dear-nort...090051968.html

    Dear North Korea, it's President Trump

    Matt Bai
    National Political Columnist
    Yahoo News
    October 12, 2017


    FROM THE WHITE HOUSE
    Washington, D.C.

    To the Honorable Kim Jong Un

    Dear Dear Leader:

    I hope you’ll treat this letter as personal and confidential, from one large-handed leader to another. I got the idea to write it from my generals, who were telling me all about this big showdown over Cuban missiles back in the 1960s, which apparently really happened.

    I figured, hey, if John Kennedy can negotiate over missiles directly with a dictator — and he was a very low-quality person, let me tell you — then so can Trump.

    You can’t leave diplomacy to a loser like Tillerson, believe me. But I’m trying not to think about him right now.

    It’s very important that you and I talk, very important. Because like I said during one of those debates we had during the campaign, which were a total waste of time, although people said I won them all and frankly that I was the greatest debater ever, and that’s a direct quote from somebody somewhere, but anyway, what I said during a debate was, “I think, for me, nuclear is just the power, the devastation is very important to me.”

    I can’t say it any clearer than that.

    First off, let me just point out that our great peoples have a long history together, and all of Korea is frankly very special to us — very, very special. I mean, you gave us the TV show “M*A*S*H,” which had a tremendous run.

    Also, without the Korean people, we wouldn’t have all those unbelievable grocery stores in Manhattan. Seriously, I have so much love for the people, so much love. I told my guys at ICE, leave the Koreans alone, because a lot of actual Americans depend on them for kimchi. Great respect, believe me.

    You and I have plenty in common, we really do. I know they said that calling you “Little Rocket Man” was a terrible insult, but you can’t believe anything you read in the failing New York Times or lying CNN or the rest of the fake news media. These are the same people who said that I could never win the primaries, and that Hillary was going to be the president, and that Puerto Rico was part of the United States.

    The truth is that “Rocket Man” is a very popular song here in America — very much loved, believe me. It’s about a guy who goes into space and finds out that Mars isn’t a very good place to raise a kid, because it’s cold as hell, and there’s no one there to raise them if you did. Which frankly makes no sense, even in English, but it was the ’70s.

    The point is, we’re a lot alike. For one thing, we both value family, am I right? I saw you just promoted your sister to a powerful job in the Politburo — very touching, very beautiful. I’m getting ready to turn the White House over to Ivanka in 2020, even though my poll numbers are just unbelievable, better than any president in history, let me tell you.

    I’d point out that Ivanka is smarter than Pence, but frankly I think Donald Jr. is smarter than Pence, and I’m pretty sure he still eats crayons when he’s nervous, so that’s not saying very much.

    And while we’re on the subject of family, let me say I admired the way you took out your brother, having strangers run up and poison him in the airport, which was genius. I made a comment about it, and ever since then, every time I go to hug Jared, he jumps back and shields his face. Hysterical.

    Let’s see, what else. Both of us have great hair, right? I see that everyone in your country wants to do their hair just like you, which I applaud. I mean, I look at a guy like Tillerson, who’s 65 years old and still parts his hair in the middle, and I think it’s just sad, frankly. But I’m not bothered by him, I’m really not.

    We’re both deeply committed to the mining industry. I’m getting rid of these Obama rules, which are very, very harmful to our economy, and you’re giving people jobs for the rest of their lives in labor camps, which is basically the same thing.

    We both know how to handle critics. Although I have to rely on tweets for that, because I don’t have the same kind of latitude you enjoy over there, which is something we need to change, let me tell you.

    I can’t tell you how many mornings I wake up and think: Wouldn’t it be nice to throw Bob Corker into a pit of starving dogs, or pin him to an antiaircraft battery?

    And don’t even get me started on Tillerson. Everyone told me, “Get Tillerson, you’ve got to get Tillerson for State.” And then he calls me a moron. You know who’s a moron? A guy who gives up 25 million bucks a year so he can come running whenever I ring a bell, that’s who.

    Let’s just say that if I were to send Tillerson on a diplomatic mission to Pyongyang, and he were to, say, disappear into one of your work camps, I could see how we might end up in a very long standoff before negotiating his freedom. It could take years, a deal like that. But that’s a hypothetical.

    Anyway, we’ve got a great thing going here. This business with me tweeting about blowing up your country, and you coming back with “final doom” and all of that. The ratings are off the charts, right? It’s a hell of a show, it really is.

    We’ve got the whole world waiting to hear every twist and turn. It’s playing on all the networks at once, which is really something, let me tell you.

    But you do know it’s a show, right? Because words are one thing. Words have no consequences, near as I can tell. You can say anything, incite any kind of rage or reaction, and your people just love you more for it. This is what I’ve learned in politics, believe me.

    Nuclear war, though — my generals tell me that would be very, very horrible. Millions and millions of people would disappear, and not like on “The Apprentice.” Our ratings would tank. The show would be terrible.

    I’m sure we’re on the same page here, but it can’t hurt to double check. So good luck with the public executions, and please pass along my fire and fury to the entire family!

    Sincerely,

    Donald J. Trump

    P.S. If you really need to sink Guam, as kind of a season finale, I get it. Just maybe give me a heads-up, so I can see about Tillerson’s travel schedule. But I’m not thinking about him right now. I’m really not.

  4. Likes D-Dub liked this post
  5. #1644
    NostraJackAss Jack@European_Parts's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Location
    1001 State Route 17K Montgomery New York 12549
    Posts
    9,764
    Post Thanks / Like
    GARBAGE. /\
    European Parts Emporium/Performance / Immobilizer Solutions LLC
    Certified Master Trained ASE/SAE/NASTF Legal Factory Authorized/Licensed GeKo/FaZit # 403738
    Specializing in Custom Services IE: "welding-fabrication" / EPA-SMOG Update or Pass-Thru-Programming / Data Transfer / Immobilizers & OEM Quality Parts

    www.FixMyEuro.com <<<<<CLICK HERE! or vwemporium@aol.com ( JPPSG & Unverified members need not PM me & Please don't email for free tech support...use the forum )
    Getting you CONTROL again of your property - TAKE IT! In Conjunction with.........

  6. #1645
    Administrator Andy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Posts
    1,849
    Post Thanks / Like


    Even if you don't like Trump or Bannon (maybe even ESPECIALLY if you don't like them), this is worth watching.

  7. #1646
    Administrator Andy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Posts
    1,849
    Post Thanks / Like
    http://thehill.com/homenews/administ...eels-about-gop

    Trump: 'I understand fully how Steve Bannon feels' about GOP
    BY JORDAN FABIAN - 10/16/17 12:23 PM EDT

    President Trump on Monday sympathized with his former chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, who has launched a self-described “war” on the Republican establishment.
    “I understand fully how Steve Bannon feels,” Trump told reporters during a Cabinet meeting.
    Bannon has promised to back primary challenges to any Senate Republican who opposes Trump.
    "Steve is very committed,” Trump said. “He’s a friend of mine. He’s very committed to getting things passed.”
    ADVERTISEMENT
    The effort has excited supporters of the president but has angered members of the GOP establishment who fear it could derail their agenda in Congress and hurt the party in next year’s midterms.
    Bannon touted his push over the weekend at a Christian conservative summit. He spoke one day before Trump's scheduled Monday meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.).
    The top GOP senator has long been a target of conservative activists and Bannon’s push has once again put a target on his back.
    "Yeah, Mitch, the donors are not happy,” Bannon said at the Values Voter Summit. “They've all left ya. We've cut your oxygen off, Mitch, OK?"
    "derail their agenda in Congress"? What agenda would that be, exactly?

  8. Likes Jack@European_Parts, vreihen, Uwe liked this post
  9. #1647
    Verified VCDS User vreihen's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    The Land of OCC, NY, USA, Earth
    Posts
    4,090
    Post Thanks / Like
    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    "derail their agenda in Congress"? What agenda would that be, exactly?
    Is the Tea Party still holding the elephants hostage?????

  10. #1648
    Administrator Andy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Posts
    1,849
    Post Thanks / Like
    Quote Originally Posted by vreihen View Post
    Is the Tea Party still holding the elephants hostage?????
    I think the swamp critters from both parties are holding the American people hostage.


  11. Likes dingle, Jack@European_Parts, Uwe, vreihen liked this post
  12. #1649
    Administrator Andy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Posts
    1,849
    Post Thanks / Like
    Very interesting:

    http://thehill.com/policy/national-s...administration

    FBI uncovered Russian bribery plot before Obama administration approved controversial nuclear deal with Moscow
    BY JOHN SOLOMON AND ALISON SPANN - 10/17/17 06:00 AM EDT

    Before the Obama administration approved a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium, the FBI had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States, according to government documents and interviews.
    Federal agents used a confidential U.S. witness working inside the Russian nuclear industry to gather extensive financial records, make secret recordings and intercept emails as early as 2009 that showed Moscow had compromised an American uranium trucking firm with bribes and kickbacks in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, FBI and court documents show.
    They also obtained an eyewitness account — backed by documents — indicating Russian nuclear officials had routed millions of dollars to the U.S. designed to benefit former President Bill Clinton’s charitable foundation during the time Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served on a government body that provided a favorable decision to Moscow, sources told The Hill.
    The racketeering scheme was conducted “with the consent of higher level officials” in Russia who “shared the proceeds” from the kickbacks, one agent declared in an affidavit years later.
    ADVERTISEMENT
    Rather than bring immediate charges in 2010, however, the Department of Justice (DOJ) continued investigating the matter for nearly four more years, essentially leaving the American public and Congress in the dark about Russian nuclear corruption on U.S. soil during a period when the Obama administration made two major decisions benefitting Putin’s commercial nuclear ambitions.
    The first decision occurred in October 2010, when the State Department and government agencies on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States unanimously approved the partial sale of Canadian mining company Uranium One to the Russian nuclear giant Rosatom, giving Moscow control of more than 20 percent of America’s uranium supply.
    When this sale was used by Trump on the campaign trail last year, Hillary Clinton’s spokesman said she was not involved in the committee review and noted the State Department official who handled it said she “never intervened ... on any [Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States] matter.”
    In 2011, the administration gave approval for Rosatom’s Tenex subsidiary to sell commercial uranium to U.S. nuclear power plants in a partnership with the United States Enrichment Corp. Before then, Tenex had been limited to selling U.S. nuclear power plants reprocessed uranium recovered from dismantled Soviet nuclear weapons under the 1990s Megatons to Megawatts peace program.
    “The Russians were compromising American contractors in the nuclear industry with kickbacks and extortion threats, all of which raised legitimate national security concerns. And none of that evidence got aired before the Obama administration made those decisions,” a person who worked on the case told The Hill, speaking on condition of anonymity for fear of retribution by U.S. or Russian officials.
    The Obama administration’s decision to approve Rosatom’s purchase of Uranium One has been a source of political controversy since 2015.
    That’s when conservative author Peter Schweitzer and The New York Times documented how Bill Clinton collected hundreds of thousands of dollars in Russian speaking fees and his charitable foundation collected millions in donations from parties interested in the deal while Hillary Clinton presided on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.
    The Obama administration and the Clintons defended their actions at the time, insisting there was no evidence that any Russians or donors engaged in wrongdoing and there was no national security reason for any member of the committee to oppose the Uranium One deal.
    But FBI, Energy Department and court documents reviewed by The Hill show the FBI in fact had gathered substantial evidence well before the committee’s decision that Vadim Mikerin — the main Russian overseeing Putin’s nuclear expansion inside the United States — was engaged in wrongdoing starting in 2009.
    Then-Attorney General Eric Holder was among the Obama administration officials joining Hillary Clinton on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States at the time the Uranium One deal was approved. Multiple current and former government officials told The Hill they did not know whether the FBI or DOJ ever alerted committee members to the criminal activity they uncovered.
    Spokesmen for Holder and Clinton did not return calls seeking comment. The Justice Department also didn’t comment.
    Mikerin was a director of Rosatom’s Tenex in Moscow since the early 2000s, where he oversaw Rosatom’s nuclear collaboration with the United States under the Megatons to Megwatts program and its commercial uranium sales to other countries. In 2010, Mikerin was dispatched to the U.S. on a work visa approved by the Obama administration to open Rosatom’s new American arm called Tenam.
    Between 2009 and January 2012, Mikerin “did knowingly and willfully combine, conspire confederate and agree with other persons … to obstruct, delay and affect commerce and the movement of an article and commodity (enriched uranium) in commerce by extortion,” a November 2014 indictment stated.
    His illegal conduct was captured with the help of a confidential witness, an American businessman, who began making kickback payments at Mikerin’s direction and with the permission of the FBI. The first kickback payment recorded by the FBI through its informant was dated Nov. 27, 2009, the records show.
    In evidentiary affidavits signed in 2014 and 2015, an Energy Department agent assigned to assist the FBI in the case testified that Mikerin supervised a “racketeering scheme” that involved extortion, bribery, money laundering and kickbacks that were both directed by and provided benefit to more senior officials back in Russia.
    “As part of the scheme, Mikerin, with the consent of higher level officials at TENEX and Rosatom (both Russian state-owned entities) would offer no-bid contracts to US businesses in exchange for kickbacks in the form of money payments made to some offshore banks accounts,” Agent David Garden testified.
    “Mikerin apparently then shared the proceeds with other co-conspirators associated with TENEX in Russia and elsewhere,” the agent added.
    The investigation was ultimately supervised by then-U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, an Obama appointee who now serves as President Trump’s deputy attorney general, and then-Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe, now the deputy FBI director under Trump, Justice Department documents show.
    Both men now play a key role in the current investigation into possible, but still unproven collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election. McCabe is under congressional and Justice Department inspector general investigation in connection with money his wife’s Virginia state Senate campaign accepted in 2015 from now-Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe at a time when McAuliffe was reportedly under investigation by the FBI.
    The connections to the current Russia case are many. The Mikerin probe began in 2009 when Robert Mueller, now the special counsel in charge of the Trump case, was still FBI director. And it ended in late 2015 under the direction of then-FBI Director James Comey, who Trump fired earlier this year.
    Its many twist and turns aside, the FBI nuclear industry case proved a gold mine, in part because it uncovered a new Russian money laundering apparatus that routed bribe and kickback payments through financial instruments in Cyprus, Latvia and Seychelles. A Russian financier in New Jersey was among those arrested for the money laundering, court records show.
    The case also exposed a serious national security breach: Mikerin had given a contract to an American trucking firm called Transport Logistics International that held the sensitive job of transporting Russia’s uranium around the United States in return for more than $2 million in kickbacks from some of its executives, court records show.
    One of Mikerin’s former employees told the FBI that Tenex officials in Russia specifically directed the scheme to “allow for padded pricing to include kickbacks,” agents testified in one court filing.
    Bringing down a major Russian nuclear corruption scheme that had both compromised a sensitive uranium transportation asset inside the U.S. and facilitated international money laundering would seem a major feather in any law enforcement agency’s cap.
    But the Justice Department and FBI took little credit in 2014 when Mikerin, the Russian financier and the trucking firm executives were arrested and charged.
    The only public statement occurred an entire year later when the Justice Department put out a little-noticed press release in August 2015, just days before Labor Day. The release noted that the various defendants had reached plea deals.
    By that time, the criminal cases against Mikerin had been narrowed to a single charge of money laundering for a scheme that officials admitted stretched from 2004 to 2014. And though agents had evidence of criminal wrongdoing they collected since at least 2009, federal prosecutors only cited in the plea agreement a handful of transactions that occurred in 2011 and 2012, well after the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States’s approval.
    The final court case also made no mention of any connection to the influence peddling conversations the FBI undercover informant witnessed about the Russian nuclear officials trying to ingratiate themselves with the Clintons even though agents had gathered documents showing the transmission of millions of dollars from Russia’s nuclear industry to an American entity that had provided assistance to Bill Clinton’s foundation, sources confirmed to The Hill.
    The lack of fanfare left many key players in Washington with no inkling that a major Russian nuclear corruption scheme with serious national security implications had been uncovered.
    On Dec. 15, 2015, the Justice Department put out a release stating that Mikerin, “a former Russian official residing in Maryland was sentenced today to 48 months in prison” and ordered to forfeit more than $2.1 million.
    Ronald Hosko, who served as the assistant FBI director in charge of criminal cases when the investigation was underway, told The Hill he did not recall ever being briefed about Mikerin’s case by the counterintelligence side of the bureau despite the criminal charges that were being lodged.
    “I had no idea this case was being conducted,” a surprised Hosko said in an interview.
    Likewise, major congressional figures were also kept in the dark.
    Former Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), who chaired the House Intelligence Committee during the time the FBI probe was being conducted, told The Hill that he had never been told anything about the Russian nuclear corruption case even though many fellow lawmakers had serious concerns about the Obama administration’s approval of the Uranium One deal.
    “Not providing information on a corruption scheme before the Russian uranium deal was approved by U.S. regulators and engage appropriate congressional committees has served to undermine U.S. national security interests by the very people charged with protecting them,” he said. “The Russian efforts to manipulate our American political enterprise is breathtaking.”

  13. Likes vreihen liked this post
  14. #1650
    NostraJackAss Jack@European_Parts's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Location
    1001 State Route 17K Montgomery New York 12549
    Posts
    9,764
    Post Thanks / Like
    https://www.aol.com/article/news/201...bush/23245335/

    Trump sets internet ablaze with his new nickname for George H.W. Bush

    President Donald Trump covered a wide range of issues during his press conference on Monday -- including sparking backlash for his comments about President Obama -- but that wasn't the only reference to his predecessors that generated a big reaction.
    At one point while discussing past nominations, Trump referred to the former presidents who came before him as, “Bush…Obama…Clinton,” and, “Bush original.”
    And the latter sparked quite a response on social media -- especially Twitter.
    "Omg Trump literally just named the last few presidents as ‘Obama, Bush, Clinton, and Bush…. Bush Original," one user said. Just heard Trump say ‘Bush Original’ in reference to George H.W. Bush…awesome," another chimed in.
    Members of the news media have been forced to come up with various creative names for the father and son duo, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, who served a combined 12 years in the Oval Office in addition to the elder's eight years as President Ronald Reagan's vice president.
    Those names over the years have included 41 and 43, a reference to their respective titles as the 41st and 43rd presidents of the United States. Others have shortened them to their middle initials -- "H.W." and "W." or sometimes simply "Dubya" more colloquially.
    But users on Twitter were quick to insist the "original" reference showed a lack of understanding or insight.
    "#Trump could not think of the word ‘senior’ and therefore called George Bush ‘George Bush….original’. I’d laugh if I wasn’t so terrified," one user wrote.
    But not everyone took it so seriously.
    "Trump just referred to George Bush as ‘Bush Original’ and it was definitely in my top 5 favorite things he’s ever said," one user surmised. “Trump calls George H. W. Bush, ‘Original’ Bush, leading me to wonder – Does this make George W. Bush the ‘Extra Crispy’ version?” another asked on Twitter.
    European Parts Emporium/Performance / Immobilizer Solutions LLC
    Certified Master Trained ASE/SAE/NASTF Legal Factory Authorized/Licensed GeKo/FaZit # 403738
    Specializing in Custom Services IE: "welding-fabrication" / EPA-SMOG Update or Pass-Thru-Programming / Data Transfer / Immobilizers & OEM Quality Parts

    www.FixMyEuro.com <<<<<CLICK HERE! or vwemporium@aol.com ( JPPSG & Unverified members need not PM me & Please don't email for free tech support...use the forum )
    Getting you CONTROL again of your property - TAKE IT! In Conjunction with.........

  15. Likes PetrolDave, vreihen liked this post

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •