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Reply #120 posted 06/13/19 1:57pm

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poppys said:

Wow - Saw the Kellyanne thing this morning. Wonder if it goes anywhere?

Sarah said she was stepping down this year, but Trump tweeted it out today. Did she finally balk at something, maybe the campaign opps info?

Will she spontaneously combust from all the burnng lies as she leaves the podium?




She's way too doughy to combust, but I can see her turning into a puddle of goo.

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Reply #121 posted 06/13/19 1:59pm

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poppys said:

Wow - Saw the Kellyanne thing this morning. Wonder if it goes anywhere?

Sarah said she was stepping down this year, but Trump tweeted it out today. Did she finally balk at something, maybe the campaign opps info?

Will she spontaneously combust from all the burnng lies as she leaves the podium?

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I'm not expecting anything to come of it. Not from this president.

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He's liable to say, "So what?!"

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lol lol lol lol

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Reply #122 posted 06/13/19 2:02pm

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poppys said:

Wow - Saw the Kellyanne thing this morning. Wonder if it goes anywhere?

Sarah said she was stepping down this year, but Trump tweeted it out today. Did she finally balk at something, maybe the campaign opps info?

Will she spontaneously combust from all the burnng lies as she leaves the podium?

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I'm not expecting anything to come of it. Not from this president.

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He's liable to say, "So what?!"

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lol lol lol lol


Singey Sarah. lol

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Reply #123 posted 06/13/19 2:05pm

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RodeoSchro said:

MAGA Congressman, world-class grifter, vaping loser, war crimes committer, and felony-indicted Duncan Hunter found out today that his wife has pleaded guilty to the crimes she and Duncan committed. Of course, Duncan tried to throw her in the grease and blame all the wrong-doing on her when their crimes originally came out, so he should have seen this coming.

In her plea agreement, she said she would help the prosecution in their case against her husband and testify on their behalf. She also agreed to provide documents. Since a wife can't be made to testify against her husband, she is doing this voluntarily.

#MAGA

Good for her.

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Reply #124 posted 06/13/19 2:10pm

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RodeoSchro said:

poppys said:

Wow - Saw the Kellyanne thing this morning. Wonder if it goes anywhere?

Sarah said she was stepping down this year, but Trump tweeted it out today. Did she finally balk at something, maybe the campaign opps info?

Will she spontaneously combust from all the burnng lies as she leaves the podium?




She's way too doughy to combust, but I can see her turning into a puddle of goo.

#MAGA


hmmm Yep.

I do see Conway going u like a match someday though.

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Reply #125 posted 06/13/19 2:21pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

guitarslinger44 said: Peace out. You avoid the obvious question and dig in. You furiously delved into google for confirmation bias once we said we were not biting on your bait about immigrants. You tried to shoehorn and your distaste of immigrants receiving medical care with people leaving California. None of what you posted is new or directly related to immigrants and as I’ve pointed out you could google 40 years back and get the same results. [Edited 6/13/19 11:14am]

Exactly.


He just makes blanket statements like "leftist policies" without citing anything specific - just two articles quoting the same 65 year old man who says he is moving to a more affordable state now that he is retired (and likely on a fixed income) And trhe CNBC article is much less informative than the LA Times article which provides facts on this topic saying it is not as dire as it is touted. There is no crisis of people fleeing Cali because of some mysterious leftist polices, the percentage of people leaving in "droves" is under 1% rolleyes

Trying to blame immigrants (who work for less than minimum wage in most instances) for that teensy migration is the most ignorant part of his posts because he provides no correlation.


"Leftist policies" and some of the results of those policies are some the reasons cited in the articles both you and I posted for people leaving. And I didn't blame immigrants, I blamed said policies.

You dont like the sources I picked because they show that reality doesn't match your opinion. I'm not saying you're wrong for wanting to live in California or being happy doing so, to each their own. But you've spent the last two days strawmanning about a single word I used rather than arguing against the fact that leftist policies and their results are causing people to leave which was my original argument in the first place.

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Reply #126 posted 06/13/19 2:21pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

RodeoSchro said:




She's way too doughy to combust, but I can see her turning into a puddle of goo.

#MAGA


hmmm Yep.

I do see Conway going u like a match someday though.




Marty: Now, during the Flower People period, who was your drummer?

David: Stumpy's replacement, Peter James Bond, he also died in mysterious circumstances...we were playing a...
Nigel: Festival...
David: Jazz-blues festival, where was that?
Nigel: Blues-jazz really.
Derek: Blues-jazz festival...
Nigel: It was in the Isle of, it was in the Isle of....
Nigel + Derek: Isle of Lucy.
Derek: Isle of Lucy.
Nigel: Isle of Lucy.
David: Isle of Lucy...jazz-blues festival...
Nigel: And....it was tragic really...he exploded on stage.
Derek: Just like that...he just went up...
Nigel: He just was like a flash of green light...and that was it, nothing was left...
David: Look at his face .... it's true, this really did happen.
Nigel: Well, there was a little green globule on his drum seat.
David: Like a stain, really.
Nigel: It was a small stain, a globule, actually, and...
David: You know several...you know dozens of people spontaneously combust each year, it's just not really widely reported.
Nigel: Right.

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Reply #127 posted 06/13/19 2:24pm

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guitarslinger44 said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Exactly.


He just makes blanket statements like "leftist policies" without citing anything specific - just two articles quoting the same 65 year old man who says he is moving to a more affordable state now that he is retired (and likely on a fixed income) And trhe CNBC article is much less informative than the LA Times article which provides facts on this topic saying it is not as dire as it is touted. There is no crisis of people fleeing Cali because of some mysterious leftist polices, the percentage of people leaving in "droves" is under 1% rolleyes

Trying to blame immigrants (who work for less than minimum wage in most instances) for that teensy migration is the most ignorant part of his posts because he provides no correlation.


"Leftist policies" and some of the results of those policies are some the reasons cited in the articles both you and I posted for people leaving. And I didn't blame immigrants, I blamed said policies.

You dont like the sources I picked because they show that reality doesn't match your opinion. I'm not saying you're wrong for wanting to live in California or being happy doing so, to each their own. But you've spent the last two days strawmanning about a single word I used rather than arguing against the fact that leftist policies and their results are causing people to leave which was my original argument in the first place.

Your argument is moot. It's not my opinion, it's fact. Your sources were weak. Just admit it. no one is buying in to your misinformed conjecture.





Drop it before you make an even bigger fool of yourself and let the rest of us debate actual issues.


[Edited 6/13/19 14:25pm]

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Reply #128 posted 06/13/19 2:28pm

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RodeoSchro said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


hmmm Yep.

I do see Conway going u like a match someday though.




Marty: Now, during the Flower People period, who was your drummer?

David: Stumpy's replacement, Peter James Bond, he also died in mysterious circumstances...we were playing a...
Nigel: Festival...
David: Jazz-blues festival, where was that?
Nigel: Blues-jazz really.
Derek: Blues-jazz festival...
Nigel: It was in the Isle of, it was in the Isle of....
Nigel + Derek: Isle of Lucy.
Derek: Isle of Lucy.
Nigel: Isle of Lucy.
David: Isle of Lucy...jazz-blues festival...
Nigel: And....it was tragic really...he exploded on stage.
Derek: Just like that...he just went up...
Nigel: He just was like a flash of green light...and that was it, nothing was left...
David: Look at his face .... it's true, this really did happen.
Nigel: Well, there was a little green globule on his drum seat.
David: Like a stain, really.
Nigel: It was a small stain, a globule, actually, and...
David: You know several...you know dozens of people spontaneously combust each year, it's just not really widely reported.
Nigel: Right.

HAHAHAHAAHAHAHAAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHA


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Reply #129 posted 06/13/19 2:30pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

guitarslinger44 said:


"Leftist policies" and some of the results of those policies are some the reasons cited in the articles both you and I posted for people leaving. And I didn't blame immigrants, I blamed said policies.

You dont like the sources I picked because they show that reality doesn't match your opinion. I'm not saying you're wrong for wanting to live in California or being happy doing so, to each their own. But you've spent the last two days strawmanning about a single word I used rather than arguing against the fact that leftist policies and their results are causing people to leave which was my original argument in the first place.

Your argument is moot. It's not my opinion, it's fact. Your sources were weak. Just admit it. no one is buying in to your misinformed conjecture.





Drop it before you make an even bigger fool of yourself and let the rest of us debate actual issues.


[Edited 6/13/19 14:25pm]



You posted an article that proved MY point and I'M the one that's gonna look foolish? lol lol lol

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Reply #130 posted 06/13/19 2:40pm

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guitarslinger44 said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Your argument is moot. It's not my opinion, it's fact. Your sources were weak. Just admit it. no one is buying in to your misinformed conjecture.





Drop it before you make an even bigger fool of yourself and let the rest of us debate actual issues.


[Edited 6/13/19 14:25pm]



You posted an article that proved MY point and I'M the one that's gonna look foolish? lol lol lol

Ooooooooooh yeah - especially the part in the article where it verified that people were moving in "droves" rolleyes Please bored stop boring everyone with your endless witless posts.

MOVE ON!

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Reply #131 posted 06/13/19 3:00pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:



guitarslinger44 said:




DiminutiveRocker said:




Your argument is moot. It's not my opinion, it's fact. Your sources were weak. Just admit it. no one is buying in to your misinformed conjecture.





Drop it before you make an even bigger fool of yourself and let the rest of us debate actual issues.




[Edited 6/13/19 14:25pm]





You posted an article that proved MY point and I'M the one that's gonna look foolish? lol lol lol





Ooooooh yeah - especially the part in the article where it verified that people were moving in "droves" rolleyes Please bored stop boring everyone with your endless witless posts.



MOVE ON!



fart

I'm not trying to be witty, but I think it's telling that you keep attacking me. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Either way, peace.

[Edited 6/13/19 15:01pm]
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Reply #132 posted 06/13/19 3:03pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Sarah Sanders to leave White House by end of month. Bring back The Mooch.

#MAGA



Wow. She lasted longer than I thought!

She was an EXPERT shameless sewer rat.
She will do GREAT in the private sector!
Persistent Turd is the shit.
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Reply #133 posted 06/13/19 3:37pm

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Thank goodness! Sanders is out. clapping
As an American you have a right to question/call your country out on its wrongs/injustices. That doesn’t make you un-American nor does anyone have a right to tell you to leave, because you have the courage to stand up against any injustice in this count
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Reply #134 posted 06/13/19 3:57pm

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2elijah said:

Thank goodness! Sanders is out. clapping



nod 'bout time.

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Reply #135 posted 06/13/19 4:44pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:



2elijah said:


Thank goodness! Sanders is out. clapping



nod 'bout time.


I have a feeling Conway will resign or pressured to leave sometime down the road.
As an American you have a right to question/call your country out on its wrongs/injustices. That doesn’t make you un-American nor does anyone have a right to tell you to leave, because you have the courage to stand up against any injustice in this count
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Reply #136 posted 06/13/19 4:49pm

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2elijah said:

DiminutiveRocker said:



2elijah said:


Thank goodness! Sanders is out. clapping



nod 'bout time.


I have a feeling Conway will resign or pressured to leave sometime down the road.


Yeah she’s under pressure to go. I think this is the best for them regardless. Kellyanne just needs a good excuse to go. What a crappy job it must be work under this President. He automatically takes the prestige of working for The White House. Far far worse than working for a Nixon.
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Reply #137 posted 06/14/19 10:44am

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According to a new poll, 43% of Americans support opening up an impeachment inquiry into the actions of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump.

For comparison, at this point in the Nixon process, only 19% of Americans favored opening an impeachment inquiry. That was in July 1973. Nineteen percent.

Further, in mid-July 1974, after months of hearings, still only 46% of Americans said Nixon's actions were worthy of removal from office.

It wasn't until weks later, in August '74, that a majority of Americans favored impeachment.

https://www.dailykos.com/...e-launched

To reiterate - today, before any impeachment inquiry has been started or even supported by Democratic leadership, 43% of Americans favor opening such an impeachment inquiry.

IMPEACH HIM.

I don't want to hear this tripe about how that would divide the country. We're already divided. We cannot be more divided.

Heck, an impeachment of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump will unite the country more than it's united today.

My hope is that Speaker Pelosi knows that unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is going to be impeached, and is using her current tactic to say, "Look - I was against impeachment but after hearing from the witnesses, I had no choice. If I support impeachment now, you'd better believe I think it's a slam dunk that it's warranted".

And again I say - do NOT be surprised if some Republican senators vote to convict unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump. After the case is laid out, there is going to be no doubt that unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump has committed high crimes and misdemeanors.

Senators who want to run for re-election probably don't want to be put in the position of having to support a president who clearly and obviously should have been removed from office.

So if it comes down to "it's either him or me", Republican Senators will mostly choose "me". Even mealy-mouths like Lindsey Graham.

#MAGA







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[Edited 6/14/19 10:45am]

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Reply #138 posted 06/14/19 11:24am

poppys

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

2elijah said:
I have a feeling Conway will resign or pressured to leave sometime down the road.

Yeah she’s under pressure to go. I think this is the best for them regardless. Kellyanne just needs a good excuse to go. What a crappy job it must be work under this President. He automatically takes the prestige of working for The White House. Far far worse than working for a Nixon.


Nixon would never have hired a woman as a "counselor" in the first place. Times were too different then to make that comparison.

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Reply #139 posted 06/14/19 11:40am

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poppys said:



Ugot2shakesumthin said:


2elijah said:
I have a feeling Conway will resign or pressured to leave sometime down the road.


Yeah she’s under pressure to go. I think this is the best for them regardless. Kellyanne just needs a good excuse to go. What a crappy job it must be work under this President. He automatically takes the prestige of working for The White House. Far far worse than working for a Nixon.



Nixon would never have hired a woman as a "counselor" in the first place. Times were too different then to make that comparison.



Nixon would have done good having a female soften his image and his words. That’s what Turd has done. It’s worked so far, a lot of the stuff Turd has said and done would be difficult to assuage by a male without coming off as horribly and dangerously misogynistic.

I give his female voice pieces a lot of credit for their tenacity. They have dragged themselves through the sewers for him.
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Reply #140 posted 06/14/19 11:51am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

poppys said:


Nixon would never have hired a woman as a "counselor" in the first place. Times were too different then to make that comparison.


Nixon would have done good having a female soften his image and his words. That’s what Turd has done. It’s worked so far, a lot of the stuff Turd has said and done would be difficult to assuage by a male without coming off as horribly and dangerously misogynistic. I give his female voice pieces a lot of credit for their tenacity. They have dragged themselves through the sewers for him.


My point is that Nixon or any politican of those times would never do that. There is no comparison to if it would be "far far worse than working for a Nixon" - or not. The eras are not interchangeable.

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Reply #141 posted 06/14/19 11:59am

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If you're on Twitter, you should know that today is #JohnMcCainDay. Hashtag it often.

#MAGA

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Reply #142 posted 06/14/19 12:00pm

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poppys said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

poppys said:
Nixon would have done good having a female soften his image and his words. That’s what Turd has done. It’s worked so far, a lot of the stuff Turd has said and done would be difficult to assuage by a male without coming off as horribly and dangerously misogynistic. I give his female voice pieces a lot of credit for their tenacity. They have dragged themselves through the sewers for him.


My point is that Nixon or any politican of those times would never do that. There is no comparison to if it would be "far far worse than working for a Nixon" - or not. The eras are not interchangeable.



I think the point is male or female, working for unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is far worse than working for Richard Nixon could have been. For a variety of reasons.

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Reply #143 posted 06/14/19 12:02pm

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RodeoSchro said:



poppys said:




Ugot2shakesumthin said:


poppys said:
Nixon would have done good having a female soften his image and his words. That’s what Turd has done. It’s worked so far, a lot of the stuff Turd has said and done would be difficult to assuage by a male without coming off as horribly and dangerously misogynistic. I give his female voice pieces a lot of credit for their tenacity. They have dragged themselves through the sewers for him.


My point is that Nixon or any politican of those times would never do that. There is no comparison to if it would be "far far worse than working for a Nixon" - or not. The eras are not interchangeable.





I think the point is male or female, working for unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is far worse than working for Richard Nixon could have been. For a variety of reasons.



Agree.
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Reply #144 posted 06/14/19 1:25pm

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RodeoSchro said:

poppys said:


My point is that Nixon or any politican of those times would never do that. There is no comparison to if it would be "far far worse than working for a Nixon" - or not. The eras are not interchangeable.



I think the point is male or female, working for unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is far worse than working for Richard Nixon could have been. For a variety of reasons.

Co-sign nod

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Reply #145 posted 06/14/19 1:39pm

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RodeoSchro said:

According to a new poll, 43% of Americans support opening up an impeachment inquiry into the actions of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump.

For comparison, at this point in the Nixon process, only 19% of Americans favored opening an impeachment inquiry. That was in July 1973. Nineteen percent.

Further, in mid-July 1974, after months of hearings, still only 46% of Americans said Nixon's actions were worthy of removal from office.

It wasn't until weks later, in August '74, that a majority of Americans favored impeachment.

https://www.dailykos.com/...e-launched

To reiterate - today, before any impeachment inquiry has been started or even supported by Democratic leadership, 43% of Americans favor opening such an impeachment inquiry.

IMPEACH HIM.

I don't want to hear this tripe about how that would divide the country. We're already divided. We cannot be more divided.

Heck, an impeachment of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump will unite the country more than it's united today.

My hope is that Speaker Pelosi knows that unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is going to be impeached, and is using her current tactic to say, "Look - I was against impeachment but after hearing from the witnesses, I had no choice. If I support impeachment now, you'd better believe I think it's a slam dunk that it's warranted".

And again I say - do NOT be surprised if some Republican senators vote to convict unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump. After the case is laid out, there is going to be no doubt that unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump has committed high crimes and misdemeanors.

Senators who want to run for re-election probably don't want to be put in the position of having to support a president who clearly and obviously should have been removed from office.

So if it comes down to "it's either him or me", Republican Senators will mostly choose "me". Even mealy-mouths like Lindsey Graham.

#MAGA







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I agree to an extent. But the only way republican senators will turn on trump is if THEIR CONSTITUENTS voice their outrage at their continued support for trump. So much so, it's going to cost them their seats. We're a loooooooooong way from there. Hell, trump approval ratings among republicans is still way too high for any thought of that right now. He's still enjoying rock star status right now (among the repubs).

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But we'll see. I'd love to be wrong. lol

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Reply #146 posted 06/14/19 3:23pm

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Musicslave said:

RodeoSchro said:

According to a new poll, 43% of Americans support opening up an impeachment inquiry into the actions of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump.

For comparison, at this point in the Nixon process, only 19% of Americans favored opening an impeachment inquiry. That was in July 1973. Nineteen percent.

Further, in mid-July 1974, after months of hearings, still only 46% of Americans said Nixon's actions were worthy of removal from office.

It wasn't until weks later, in August '74, that a majority of Americans favored impeachment.

https://www.dailykos.com/...e-launched

To reiterate - today, before any impeachment inquiry has been started or even supported by Democratic leadership, 43% of Americans favor opening such an impeachment inquiry.

IMPEACH HIM.

I don't want to hear this tripe about how that would divide the country. We're already divided. We cannot be more divided.

Heck, an impeachment of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump will unite the country more than it's united today.

My hope is that Speaker Pelosi knows that unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is going to be impeached, and is using her current tactic to say, "Look - I was against impeachment but after hearing from the witnesses, I had no choice. If I support impeachment now, you'd better believe I think it's a slam dunk that it's warranted".

And again I say - do NOT be surprised if some Republican senators vote to convict unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump. After the case is laid out, there is going to be no doubt that unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump has committed high crimes and misdemeanors.

Senators who want to run for re-election probably don't want to be put in the position of having to support a president who clearly and obviously should have been removed from office.

So if it comes down to "it's either him or me", Republican Senators will mostly choose "me". Even mealy-mouths like Lindsey Graham.

#MAGA







.

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I agree to an extent. But the only way republican senators will turn on trump is if THEIR CONSTITUENTS voice their outrage at their continued support for trump. So much so, it's going to cost them their seats. We're a loooooooooong way from there. Hell, trump approval ratings among republicans is still way too high for any thought of that right now. He's still enjoying rock star status right now (among the repubs).

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But we'll see. I'd love to be wrong. lol



I hope you're wrong, too!

Unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump's approval ratings may be high with radical right-wing Republicans but overall, they are historically low. So I think there are a LOT of GOP-held seats in states that are in play, although more will be in play in 2022 than in 2020.

But take Texas, for example. There are multiple polls that say in the 2020 presidential race, Texas is in play. Repbulican Senator John Cornyn is also up for re-election in 2020.

Let's say that public polling in Texas turns out that a majority - slight, but still a majority - approve of the impeachment of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump. Cornyn could conceivably be put in the position of, "If I support unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump, I lose enough independent votes to cost me my Senate seat".

This is what needs to happen. Granted, most radical right-wing Republican senators don't have a spine, or any patriotism - they wouldn't be supporting unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump if they did. But they may be selfish enough to ditch unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump if that's the only way to keep their seat.

OK, who am I fooling? Of COURSE they'd be that selfish. Here is the priority chain of the radical right-wing Republican:

ME > Party > Country

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My point is that Nixon or any politican of those times would never do that. There is no comparison to if it would be "far far worse than working for a Nixon" - or not. The eras are not interchangeable.



I think the point is male or female, working for unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is far worse than working for Richard Nixon could have been. For a variety of reasons.


That's a point - wasn't my point. But you guys are probably too young to remember what the Nixon years were like, if you were even born.

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I think the point is male or female, working for unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump is far worse than working for Richard Nixon could have been. For a variety of reasons.


That's a point - wasn't my point. But you guys are probably too young to remember what the Nixon years were like, if you were even born.



I was 15 when Nixon resigned. It wasn't the most important thing in my life, but I remember it; plus, I remember what my parents told me how they felt.

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