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Old 12-01-2018, 09:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Impeachment looming???

You just know they are chomping at the bit...

President Pence anyone?
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You just know they are chomping at the bit...

President Pence anyone?
I don't like Trump but I will be sad if the neocons win and get their way.
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I don't like Trump but I will be sad if the neocons win and get their way.
I'm not a fan either... but I am thinking they will absolutely get their way.
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If this story is true, all of these fucks should burn at the stake. "The best and brightest"? Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta is a true POS.

https://www.salon.com/2018/11/30/tru...s-with-minors/
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If this story is true, all of these fucks should burn at the stake. "The best and brightest"? Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta is a true POS.

https://www.salon.com/2018/11/30/tru...s-with-minors/
I swear these fucks take part in this shit as some kind of initiation to privileged information. Like it's some kind of blackmail dirt. Are all of these fucks really pedophiles? Seriously. Look at how common stories like this are now days. Pretty weird.
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You just know they are chomping at the bit...

President Pence anyone?
The house might be able to get an impeachment vote, but I don't see the senate getting the 2/3 needed to boot Trump.
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The house might be able to get an impeachment vote, but I don't see the senate getting the 2/3 needed to boot Trump.
correct, but i don't think this will even make it out of the house
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correct, but i don't think this will even make it out of the house
This is why we need a Democracy, guys.
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I swear these fucks take part in this shit as some kind of initiation to privileged information. Like it's some kind of blackmail dirt. Are all of these fucks really pedophiles? Seriously. Look at how common stories like this are now days. Pretty weird.
Men, (mostly), in positions of wealth and power have used those two things to gain sexual gratification since the beginnings of civilization. In a small tribe that is less likely to happen since everyone is more or less equal and nobody is in a position of influence.

The casting couch in Hollywood is legendary and STILL people like Alyssa Milano want to be a part of the industry. Now that everyone has a soapbox on which to stand and preach to the world, stories like this are coming to light, sure not all are true, but this Epstein fuck is a sexual predator/pedophile and needs to burn. Sure, there was compensation provided to these girls, but at 14 should they be fucked in the ass so they can buy a new pair of shoes? He could have just used a call girl service, but he wanted them really young. Same with Steve Wynn, he could have just had call girls come to his villa, but it was a power trip to have his employees jack him off or whatever.

And there is a lot of smoke around the Trump-Russia issue. It stinks and I think Mueller is an animal and way smarter than Trump. Trump is trying to deflect as best as his pea-brain can, but it is doing nothing to bolster credibility.

And one more thing. If he is not booted from office, will the GOP choose Trump in 2020? Sure seems like Trump doesn't have any friends in Washington. I said it before he was elected that he only has a few friends, Phil Ruffin is about the only one I can name.
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And there is a lot of smoke around the Trump-Russia issue. It stinks and I think Mueller is an animal and way smarter than Trump. Trump is trying to deflect as best as his pea-brain can, but it is doing nothing to bolster credibility.

And one more thing. If he is not booted from office, will the GOP choose Trump in 2020? Sure seems like Trump doesn't have any friends in Washington. I said it before he was elected that he only has a few friends, Phil Ruffin is about the only one I can name.
I really would like to know who has control of his Twitter. Apparently he does, but I just don't know if I believe that. He is doing a weak job of bringing light to tom-foolery.

I'm not even sure how to react past laughter anymore. It's all so ridiculous at this point.
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The house might be able to get an impeachment vote, but I don't see the senate getting the 2/3 needed to boot Trump.
I'm not so certain... I think there me be a fair bit of animosity towards him for taking the republican seat.

I remember how hard they fought it. Ryan, McConnel and all the rest. I think there may be some hostility yet in the closet for ol' Trumpy.
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So what new news story prompted this thread?
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So what new news story prompted this thread?
Trumps former lawyer got indicted for lying to Congress.

This is really, really, really the end for Trump, I mean it this time guys.
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What will be the charge for impeachment that will make it happen? Obviously needs to be more than perjury and obstruction of justice as the Dems didn't accept that as a high enough infractions when the vote came down to remove Slick Willy. I'm POSITIVE the Dims wouldn't impeach over a parking ticket on a Repug..
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Trumps former lawyer got indicted for lying to Congress.

This is really, really, really the end for Trump, I mean it this time guys.
Just so I could quote you on this


Seriously? They're going to impeach over his personal business? Over a few months discrepancy over when the deal was finally done? They were probably wrapping up finishes. They're going to try to impeach over a few toilets and some paint?
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Seriously? They're going to impeach over his personal business? Over a few months discrepancy over when the deal was finally done? They were probably wrapping up finishes. They're going to try to impeach over a few toilets and some paint?
Just so I could quote you on this.



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Men, (mostly), in positions of wealth and power have used those two things to gain sexual gratification since the beginnings of civilization. In a small tribe that is less likely to happen since everyone is more or less equal and nobody is in a position of influence.

The casting couch in Hollywood is legendary and STILL people like Alyssa Milano want to be a part of the industry. Now that everyone has a soapbox on which to stand and preach to the world, stories like this are coming to light, sure not all are true, but this Epstein fuck is a sexual predator/pedophile and needs to burn. Sure, there was compensation provided to these girls, but at 14 should they be fucked in the ass so they can buy a new pair of shoes? He could have just used a call girl service, but he wanted them really young. Same with Steve Wynn, he could have just had call girls come to his villa, but it was a power trip to have his employees jack him off or whatever.

And there is a lot of smoke around the Trump-Russia issue. It stinks and I think Mueller is an animal and way smarter than Trump. Trump is trying to deflect as best as his pea-brain can, but it is doing nothing to bolster credibility.

And one more thing. If he is not booted from office, will the GOP choose Trump in 2020? Sure seems like Trump doesn't have any friends in Washington. I said it before he was elected that he only has a few friends, Phil Ruffin is about the only one I can name.
I'm not a fan of either party, so I always root for a fairly even split of power in DC. It limits either party's ability to inflict too much damage and usually results in a lot of stalemates which for someone like me who likes a limited federal government, stalemate in DC is the best way to get that. Both parties are parties of big government, they just have different "big government" agendas.

My concern is that Trump is setting back the GOP for years. Most people don't actually pay attention to what's going on, they just pay attention to what is said and every time Trump opens his mouth or starts typing on Twitter pure cringe pours out. He certainly gives his critics no shortage of ammo.

I'm concerned that Trump is setting the table for a very real "blue wave", not the blip that we saw in midterms. He's shown that as pressure ramps up so does his dumbassery so I think things will get worse before they get better. The GOP has to find a way to distance itself from Trump while somehow also retaining his base. Good luck with that.

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If this story is true, all of these fucks should burn at the stake. "The best and brightest"? Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta is a true POS.

https://www.salon.com/2018/11/30/tru...s-with-minors/
Um, it's Salon. So, exactly 0% of it is true.
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I'm not a fan of either party, so I always root for a fairly even split of power in DC. It limits either party's ability to inflict too much damage and usually results in a lot of stalemates which for someone like me who likes a limited federal government, stalemate in DC is the best way to get that. Both parties are parties of big government, they just have different "big government" agendas.

My concern is that Trump is setting back the GOP for years. Most people don't actually pay attention to what's going on, they just pay attention to what is said and every time Trump opens his mouth or starts typing on Twitter pure cringe pours out. He certainly gives his critics no shortage of ammo.

I'm concerned that Trump is setting the table for a very real "blue wave", not the blip that we saw in midterms. He's shown that as pressure ramps up so does his dumbassery so I think things will get worse before they get better. The GOP has to find a way to distance itself from Trump while somehow also retaining his base. Good luck with that.
Truth. The days of the moderate parties is over. Cable news entertainment ruined it. But I think Donald trump has emboldened many supporters whom often times donít have a clue. My favorite has been older Americans on social security who hate socialism.

Democratic rise is coming. Mellenials are voting for dems in higher numbers than previous generations. Iím going to be interested in what happens. If rupublicans move right that leaves an opening in the middle for a center right party around economic issues if they can ignore the social issues they would have a chance.
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Truth. The days of the moderate parties is over. Cable news entertainment ruined it. But I think Donald trump has emboldened many supporters whom often times donít have a clue. My favorite has been older Americans on social security who hate socialism.

Democratic rise is coming. Mellenials are voting for dems in higher numbers than previous generations. Iím going to be interested in what happens. If rupublicans move right that leaves an opening in the middle for a center right party around economic issues if they can ignore the social issues they would have a chance.
Yep, Republicans court the conservative Christian contingent with their social issue stances, but it shoots them in the dick for millennials. The main problem they have is that their primary voter base is going to start dying off and the Dems are kicking their asses among the younger voters.
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Um, it's Salon. So, exactly 0% of it is true.
Don't be an idiot. There are any number of other news outlets that are covering this story with the same information.
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I'm not a fan of either party, so I always root for a fairly even split of power in DC. It limits either party's ability to inflict too much damage and usually results in a lot of stalemates which for someone like me who likes a limited federal government, stalemate in DC is the best way to get that. Both parties are parties of big government, they just have different "big government" agendas.

My concern is that Trump is setting back the GOP for years. Most people don't actually pay attention to what's going on, they just pay attention to what is said and every time Trump opens his mouth or starts typing on Twitter pure cringe pours out. He certainly gives his critics no shortage of ammo.

I'm concerned that Trump is setting the table for a very real "blue wave", not the blip that we saw in midterms. He's shown that as pressure ramps up so does his dumbassery so I think things will get worse before they get better. The GOP has to find a way to distance itself from Trump while somehow also retaining his base. Good luck with that.
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Yep, Republicans court the conservative Christian contingent with their social issue stances, but it shoots them in the dick for millennials. The main problem they have is that their primary voter base is going to start dying off and the Dems are kicking their asses among the younger voters.
Yup, the "christian social issues stance" is the big thing killing the R's. The huge majority of people are revolted by that stance, even the ones that are conservative in most other respects.
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I'm also on that same page. Trump is proving everything I thought of him before the election.
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