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Old 06-10-2019, 12:30 PM
 
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Congress put together what Cox couldn't.

Nixon stalled, stonewalled, and BSed his way through Cox's investigation.

Didn't work that well with Congress. I suspect they will do the same with Trump.

Cox was fired, which then turned into the impeachment process....congress put together nothing....

 
Old 06-10-2019, 12:38 PM
 
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NPR? Yeah...Im not seeing it. If anything it seems like people have lost interest in Mueller and the report since it didnt drop the bombshells many were hoping for.

If the Dems actually decide to impeach it would have zero real world impact and would only make them look weaker and more foolish than they already look. I think Nancy understands this and instead used the cop out of saying she wants to see him in prison (which she knows will never happen either). In the end the Dems are left with no impeachment or a failed impeachment and no Trump in prison.
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Old 06-10-2019, 01:10 PM
 
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Forget impeachment. Let's put Comrade Trump in jail. Although there may be no need to do anything. Have you looked at Demented Don lately. Not looking too good. One more cheeseburger and a major heart attack is on the way.
 
Old 06-10-2019, 02:20 PM
 
Location: New York
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Watch the FOX NEWS video above that I posted. Trumps ALWAYS making a fool of himself just because your walking out of the room, when he does it makes it no less true.

The difference between you and I (and most people) is that no matter who is our President we root for him/her to succeed, not against him her. You and the regular tribe in here, see only the worst in Trump and ignore the good, which there is plenty of.

The Dems have been hijacked by ideologues, me! me! me! before the country. I've never seen so many people become giddy when Trump could fail, yet be wrong EVERY SINGLE TIME! It's petty and childish.

Most of the people in this country are pragmatic and they still put the country first.


The last thing we need are ideologues taking over because they never fail to screw things up entirely. FUBAR is SOP for progressive socialists.
 
Old 06-10-2019, 02:23 PM
 
Location: Richmond,VA
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Forget impeachment. Let's put Comrade Trump in jail. Although there may be no need to do anything. Have you looked at Demented Don lately. Not looking too good. One more cheeseburger and a major heart attack is on the way.

Symptoms of stage 3 TDS.
 
Old 06-10-2019, 03:52 PM
 
Location: Rutherfordton,NC
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The difference between you and I (and most people) is that no matter who is our President we root for him/her to succeed, not against him her. You and the regular tribe in here, see only the worst in Trump and ignore the good, which there is plenty of.

The Dems have been hijacked by ideologues, me! me! me! before the country. I've never seen so many people become giddy when Trump could fail, yet be wrong EVERY SINGLE TIME! It's petty and childish.

Most of the people in this country are pragmatic and they still put the country first.


The last thing we need are ideologues taking over because they never fail to screw things up entirely. FUBAR is SOP for progressive socialists.
Hes done nothing the jobs and the economy have NOTHING to do with whose president. The economy was good when Obama was in office and has continued to grow from there. Hes a national embarrassment if Trump was a Liberal I would say the same thing. BTW, I am of neither party Trump is president so hes the one who I go after its not about party. Sorry.
 
Old 06-10-2019, 08:34 PM
 
Location: Raleigh NC
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Yep. Everyone should read the Mueller Report.

Elizabeth Warren summed it up quite succinctly the other night, in a townhall, when she said:

Part one, a hostile foreign government attacked our 2016 elections for the purpose of getting Donald Trump elected. Part two, then-candidate Donald Trump welcomed that help. And part three, when the federal government tried to investigate part one and part two, Donald Trump as president delayed, deflected, moved, fired, and did everything he could to obstruct justice.

In an earlier era, the Mueller Report very likely would have blown a presidency out of the water. The current administration has, from the get-go, intentionally assaulted and undermined trust in our various institutions, democratic norms, previously shared facts and truths and credible journalism.
Because Warren is non-partisan, and was trying to appeal to a wide range of people at that town hall.


"I hope they do hack the emails, so we can see what they said" - that's part 2. Is it unseemly? Sure. Did the Comey/McCabe/Strzok, etal FBI brush off those emails? "Hey, they're not important". Yes.

He obstructed justice when he asked Comey to take it easy on Flynn. All the later "shut this investigation down" cries may be claimed as attempts by the left, but since they were all ignored as an angry person overreacting, that's a tough sell to folks who aren't trying everything they possibly can to impeach him.

A LOT of Dems hung their shingle on "there was collusion, so we should impeach him." In the world of politics, it's basically impossible to wak back from that position, when collusion was not found.
 
Old 06-10-2019, 08:39 PM
 
Location: Raleigh NC
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Forget impeachment. Let's put Comrade Trump in jail. Although there may be no need to do anything. Have you looked at Demented Don lately. Not looking too good. One more cheeseburger and a major heart attack is on the way.
you tell 'em don!
 
Old 06-10-2019, 09:21 PM
 
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There is a growing desire for impeachment proceedings to begin against President Trump, but Americans are still split overall on what to do after the release of the Mueller report, an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll finds.

A slim majority of Americans (52%) want one of the following: to begin impeachment proceedings (22%), to continue investigations into potential political wrongdoing of Trump (25%) or to publicly reprimand him that is, censure (5%). Thirty-nine percent say no further action should be taken and that the current investigations should end. That is largely reflective of Trump's base, as Trump maintains a 41% approval rating in the poll. (Trump's approval rating in Marist's polling has never been lower than 35%, which it hit right after the racist violence in Charlottesville, Va., in August 2017; or higher than 43%, which it reached in February 2019 as the unemployment rate dipped below 4%.)

Whatever happens to Trump I think it should wait until hes out of office.
Apropos of your last sentence: I think it should wait until hes out of office.

Would you still think that, if there's a both a good chance he'd be re-elected and a good chance that he engaged in illegal activity? (Many people declare he's already guilty of violating campaign finance laws and the emoluments clause, at the very least.)

In other words, do you think it benefits the country to be led by a criminal, and to use the presidency as a shield from justice?
 
Old 06-11-2019, 12:15 AM
 
Location: New York
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He’s done nothing the jobs and the economy have NOTHING to do with whose president. The economy was good when Obama was in office and has continued to grow from there. He’s a national embarrassment if Trump was a Liberal I would say the same thing. BTW, I am of neither party Trump is president so he’s the one who I go after it’s not about party. Sorry.

All you did was reiterate what I said. You are a blind ideologue.



Progs didn't accept 2016.


They hate half the country and don't believe their votes should count.

Progs are smarter than 60+ million people, so add arrogant to the list.

Progs didn't accept the results from the Mueller report because they didn't get the result they wanted.

They beat their drums and scream at the sky in hopes the FEDs will perp walk Trump, his kids, and every other Republican to prison - JUST WATCH! ANY DAY NOW!






Right now the only ones embarrassing themselves are the progressive children pretending to be adults.
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