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 Posted: Wed Nov 27th, 2019 02:11 pm
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srossi wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Honestly, if the Dems were smart, they would have saved this nothing for October 2020. There obviously wouldn't have been a hearing before the election, but it would have caused a cloud over his presidency. Also, by saving this for nearly a year, it would have given Americans time to get over the Mueller debacle. Then again, if Dems were smart, they'd be conservatives. :tongue::
The Mueller "debacle" has led to a slew of indictments of people close to Trump, so I have to laugh at this talking point straight out of the Baghdad Bob school. It turned out to be incredibly fair and lenient and gave Trump personally every benefit of the doubt, and people are still going down left and right.  It just didn't happen with a sexy headline in 24 hours like so many low-information Americans with short attention spans would've liked.


Aren't there 10 people in jail because of Mueller? 



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Kriss wrote: srossi wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Honestly, if the Dems were smart, they would have saved this nothing for October 2020. There obviously wouldn't have been a hearing before the election, but it would have caused a cloud over his presidency. Also, by saving this for nearly a year, it would have given Americans time to get over the Mueller debacle. Then again, if Dems were smart, they'd be conservatives. :tongue::
The Mueller "debacle" has led to a slew of indictments of people close to Trump, so I have to laugh at this talking point straight out of the Baghdad Bob school. It turned out to be incredibly fair and lenient and gave Trump personally every benefit of the doubt, and people are still going down left and right.  It just didn't happen with a sexy headline in 24 hours like so many low-information Americans with short attention spans would've liked.


Aren't there 10 people in jail because of Mueller? 


The people arrested didn't necessarily have anything to do with the 2016 election that Trump allegedly conspired with the Russians. I'm not saying Mueller was in the bag for the left. Most news outlets covered this over and over. Many pundits outright declared Trump a traitor. My point was that it went off with a whimper. Again, many neutral Americans were anticipating a big bomb from Russia Russia Russia. Now enter this bad knock off called Ukraine. These same Independents were probably fatigued, not to mention Schiff is boring and stiff. 

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srossi wrote: BlueThunder wrote: Honestly, if the Dems were smart, they would have saved this nothing for October 2020. There obviously wouldn't have been a hearing before the election, but it would have caused a cloud over his presidency. Also, by saving this for nearly a year, it would have given Americans time to get over the Mueller debacle. Then again, if Dems were smart, they'd be conservatives. :tongue::
The Mueller "debacle" has led to a slew of indictments of people close to Trump, so I have to laugh at this talking point straight out of the Baghdad Bob school. It turned out to be incredibly fair and lenient and gave Trump personally every benefit of the doubt, and people are still going down left and right.  It just didn't happen with a sexy headline in 24 hours like so many low-information Americans with short attention spans would've liked.

Process crimes and perjury traps.  Not a single indictment related to the ostensible purpose of that whole charade, which was collusion with Russia.  Christ, with the same open-ended mandate that Mueller had, you could do the same thing with every last denizen of our Imperial Capital.  Any way you slice it, the Mueller probe was a damp squib. 
 
 



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KGB wrote:
Process crimes and perjury traps.  Not a single indictment related to the ostensible purpose of that whole charade, which was collusion with Russia.  Christ, with the same open-ended mandate that Mueller had, you could do the same thing with every last denizen of our Imperial Capital.  Any way you slice it, the Mueller probe was a damp squib. 
 
 

Only because Mueller could not indict Trump for obstruction charges. 

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The most disappointing thing to me is dems have already said if Trump gets thru this one they will attempt to impeach him again next year.



I’d really like to see the government focus on the helping the people who voted for them and not trying to remove someone from office day after day.



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BitterOldMan wrote: KGB wrote:
Process crimes and perjury traps.  Not a single indictment related to the ostensible purpose of that whole charade, which was collusion with Russia.  Christ, with the same open-ended mandate that Mueller had, you could do the same thing with every last denizen of our Imperial Capital.  Any way you slice it, the Mueller probe was a damp squib. 
 
 

Only because Mueller could not indict Trump for obstruction charges.
How can you obstruct an investigation when no crime was uncovered?



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Franchise wrote: The most disappointing thing to me is dems have already said if Trump gets thru this one they will attempt to impeach him again next year.



I’d really like to see the government focus on the helping the people who voted for them and not trying to remove someone from office day after day.


On the other hand, it would be nice to have a President that wasn't flaunting the law every day, then complaining to his base like a pussy every day on twitter, then literally telling his staff to defy subpoenas all while proclaiming his innocence.
There are currently 280 house-passed bills pigeonholed on McConnell's desk.  Where is his action on these things?  Oh right, he's going on Hannity telling him "I'll do whatever the president wants."  If you look closely, you can see Trump's tiny hand up his ass.

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This is a waste of time. I guess some think it will be important for people to see decades from now but the effect right now is zero. He was never going to be convicted in the Senate. This was basically to pander to the far left. As for the Ukraine issue, they could have censured him and moved on.

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I respect Tulsi Gabbard more and more every day, even though I don’t agree with any of her domestic policies.

"After doing my due diligence in reviewing the 658-page impeachment report, I came to the conclusion that I could not in good conscience vote either yes or no," she said in a lengthy statement issued immediately after her vote was cast.

 "I could not in good conscience vote against impeachment because I believe President Trump is guilty of wrongdoing," she added.

 "I also could not in good conscience vote for impeachment because removal of a sitting president must not be the culmination of a partisan process, fueled by tribal animosities that have so gravely divided our country."

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srossi wrote: I respect Tulsi Gabbard more and more every day, even though I don’t agree with any of her domestic policies.

"After doing my due diligence in reviewing the 658-page impeachment report, I came to the conclusion that I could not in good conscience vote either yes or no," she said in a lengthy statement issued immediately after her vote was cast.

 "I could not in good conscience vote against impeachment because I believe President Trump is guilty of wrongdoing," she added.

 "I also could not in good conscience vote for impeachment because removal of a sitting president must not be the culmination of a partisan process, fueled by tribal animosities that have so gravely divided our country."


Agent Gabbard is well programmed.



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Kriss wrote: srossi wrote: I respect Tulsi Gabbard more and more every day, even though I don’t agree with any of her domestic policies.

"After doing my due diligence in reviewing the 658-page impeachment report, I came to the conclusion that I could not in good conscience vote either yes or no," she said in a lengthy statement issued immediately after her vote was cast.

 "I could not in good conscience vote against impeachment because I believe President Trump is guilty of wrongdoing," she added.

 "I also could not in good conscience vote for impeachment because removal of a sitting president must not be the culmination of a partisan process, fueled by tribal animosities that have so gravely divided our country."


Agent Gabbard is well programmed.

OK Hillary.



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nyhack56 wrote: Franchise wrote: The most disappointing thing to me is dems have already said if Trump gets thru this one they will attempt to impeach him again next year.



I’d really like to see the government focus on the helping the people who voted for them and not trying to remove someone from office day after day.


On the other hand, it would be nice to have a President that wasn't flaunting the law every day, then complaining to his base like a pussy every day on twitter, then literally telling his staff to defy subpoenas all while proclaiming his innocence.
There are currently 280 house-passed bills pigeonholed on McConnell's desk.  Where is his action on these things?  Oh right, he's going on Hannity telling him "I'll do whatever the president wants."  If you look closely, you can see Trump's tiny hand up his ass.



I don’t have any idea about the twitter stuff but if something isn't getting completed that needs to be corrected. 







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srossi wrote: Kriss wrote: srossi wrote: I respect Tulsi Gabbard more and more every day, even though I don’t agree with any of her domestic policies.

"After doing my due diligence in reviewing the 658-page impeachment report, I came to the conclusion that I could not in good conscience vote either yes or no," she said in a lengthy statement issued immediately after her vote was cast.

 "I could not in good conscience vote against impeachment because I believe President Trump is guilty of wrongdoing," she added.

 "I also could not in good conscience vote for impeachment because removal of a sitting president must not be the culmination of a partisan process, fueled by tribal animosities that have so gravely divided our country."


Agent Gabbard is well programmed.

OK Hillary.


I’m no Tulsi expert but I’ve seen most of her stuff on Rogan and read bits and pieces and while I don’t agree with her often she at least doesn’t sound insane or like a hardcore panderer. 



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Franchise wrote: nyhack56 wrote: Franchise wrote: The most disappointing thing to me is dems have already said if Trump gets thru this one they will attempt to impeach him again next year.



I’d really like to see the government focus on the helping the people who voted for them and not trying to remove someone from office day after day.


On the other hand, it would be nice to have a President that wasn't flaunting the law every day, then complaining to his base like a pussy every day on twitter, then literally telling his staff to defy subpoenas all while proclaiming his innocence.
There are currently 280 house-passed bills pigeonholed on McConnell's desk.  Where is his action on these things?  Oh right, he's going on Hannity telling him "I'll do whatever the president wants."  If you look closely, you can see Trump's tiny hand up his ass.



I don’t have any idea about the twitter stuff but if something isn't getting completed that needs to be corrected. 

Trump's entire day is consumed by watching Fox News, tweeting about what he just saw on Fox News, and going to his own propaganda rallies where he repeats what he saw on Fox News.  He was actually having a rally as the impeachment decision came down.  This more than any policy decision is the most frightening thing about this presidency.  Of course, it's not all bad because when a politician isn't doing anything at least he's not harming anything.  But Trump literally does not work.  

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