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13-06-2017, 05:07 AM
RE: The Trump Impeachment Thread
(12-06-2017 08:24 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  Schumer mocks Trumps "blessed" round table.
The insane narcissist demands and gets (from most) a declaration of loyalty and praise.
Here they are praising The Dear Leader. Facepalm





There *must* be a growing fear in Repubican circles for what *Trump's Taint* will mean in 2018/2020. Facepalm
This administration is so unbelievable. Nothing is getting done. All the political oxygen is sucked up by Trump.
Sometimes when you think you're watching a car crash, you really ARE watching a car crash.

That was hilarious! CNN was mocking it all day yesterday, too.

Mattis was pretty much the only one at that table who refused to kiss the ring.

I think puppet's gotten some (horrible) stuff done, but also that we're nearing the end of what puppet is going to be able to do on his lonesome via executive order (rolling back regulations, pulling out of treaties and accords, destroying our international reputation).

We have reached the point where, if the GOP want to fulfill their promises to the base, they're going to have to make some laws and win some court cases, and all the folderol going on at the White House is going to get in the way of that. For that reason, I hope the removal of puppet is going to be a long, drawn-out, and extremely public process.
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13-06-2017, 05:37 AM
RE: The Trump Impeachment Thread
(12-06-2017 08:24 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  Schumer mocks Trumps "blessed" round table.
The insane narcissist demands and gets (from most) a declaration of loyalty and praise.
Here they are praising The Dear Leader. Facepalm





There *must* be a growing fear in Repubican circles for what *Trump's Taint* will mean in 2018/2020. Facepalm
This administration is so unbelievable. Nothing is getting done. All the political oxygen is sucked up by Trump.
Sometimes when you think you're watching a car crash, you really ARE watching a car crash.

One can't help but wonder what's going on in the minds of the more thoughtful of them around that table (Mattis, for instance, who originally I didn't think too highly of, but have reconsidered). "The fuck is this??? We're having to line up, in order, so we can praise Trump? Is he fucking serious???"
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13-06-2017, 07:38 AM
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(12-06-2017 10:38 AM)Brian37 Wrote:  
(12-06-2017 03:43 AM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  How about this.

If you want to be anti-immigration, effectively refusing shelter to middle eastern people seeking asylum and safety? You fuckers don't get to celebrate Christmas.

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Of course I am not a Christian, but yea, the Joseph/Mary story would kinda say welcome travelers. But who cares right, gotta choose xenophobia and hate over lending aid to your fellow human.

A thought occurs...

What if some refugee accommodation was built for, say, 10,000 people in each of the deeply christian states... If they called it the Bethlehem Stable Project, would that make it OK?

Idea

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13-06-2017, 08:27 AM
RE: The Trump Impeachment Thread
(13-06-2017 07:38 AM)DLJ Wrote:  
(12-06-2017 10:38 AM)Brian37 Wrote:  Of course I am not a Christian, but yea, the Joseph/Mary story would kinda say welcome travelers. But who cares right, gotta choose xenophobia and hate over lending aid to your fellow human.

A thought occurs...

What if some refugee accommodation was built for, say, 10,000 people in each of the deeply christian states... If they called it the Bethlehem Stable Project, would that make it OK?

Idea

They'd make it conditional on them accepting Jesus into their hearts. And the first time one of the teenage kids gets drunk or into a fight they'll ship 'em straight back to whichever hell-hole they're refugees from. ETA: They'll create a new class of poor people to exploit even if parts 1 or 2 don't come true.

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13-06-2017, 08:37 AM
RE: The Trump Impeachment Thread
Plurality Of Voters Think Trump Obstructed Justice

Salient points from the article:
  • 49% of voters say that they think Trump committed obstruction of justice
  • 56% say Trump is dishonest
  • A majority of voters- 53%- come right out and say they consider Trump to be a liar
  • 47% are in support of impeachment
  • Voters say they trust James Comey more than Trump by double digits, 51/39
  • Health care continues to be a political disaster for Republicans. Only 24% of voters support the American Health Care Act to 55% who oppose it. It doesn't even have majority support among GOP voters- 42% support it to 29% who are opposed.
  • 59% of voters still think he should release his tax returns
  • Trump is losing all of his fights with the media. Voters say they trust ABC more than him 52/39, that they trust NBC more 52/41, that they trust CBS more 51/40, that they trust the New York Times and Washington Post more each 49/40, and that they trust CNN more 49/41.
And from Gallup, latest figures show disapproval of Trump at its highest so far: 59%. Source: http://www.gallup.com/poll/201617/gallup...roval.aspx

Expect even die-hard Trumpians up for election in 2018 to start jumping ship anytime now.
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13-06-2017, 09:29 AM
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(13-06-2017 08:37 AM)Heath_Tierney Wrote:  Plurality Of Voters Think Trump Obstructed Justice

Salient points from the article:
  • 49% of voters say that they think Trump committed obstruction of justice
  • 56% say Trump is dishonest
  • A majority of voters- 53%- come right out and say they consider Trump to be a liar
  • 47% are in support of impeachment
  • Voters say they trust James Comey more than Trump by double digits, 51/39
  • Health care continues to be a political disaster for Republicans. Only 24% of voters support the American Health Care Act to 55% who oppose it. It doesn't even have majority support among GOP voters- 42% support it to 29% who are opposed.
  • 59% of voters still think he should release his tax returns
  • Trump is losing all of his fights with the media. Voters say they trust ABC more than him 52/39, that they trust NBC more 52/41, that they trust CBS more 51/40, that they trust the New York Times and Washington Post more each 49/40, and that they trust CNN more 49/41.
And from Gallup, latest figures show disapproval of Trump at its highest so far: 59%. Source: http://www.gallup.com/poll/201617/gallup...roval.aspx

Expect even die-hard Trumpians up for election in 2018 to start jumping ship anytime now.

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13-06-2017, 09:57 AM
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(13-06-2017 08:37 AM)Heath_Tierney Wrote:  ...
Expect even die-hard Trumpians up for election in 2018 to start jumping ship anytime now.

If the timing and positioning are right, the die-hards won't be needed.

Looking at the Brexit vote in Britland, it is was a protest vote, a "you cunts have forgotten us" kinda thing... same as the anti-Hilary vote.

In the recent General Election, the UKIP vote disappeared. Had the Brexit spirit been still alive, the UKIP vote would have grown.

Instead, about half went to the Tories, maybe a quarter went to Labour and a quarter went back to sleep.

Meanwhile the "Fuck! what happened?" non-voters woke up and voted Labour.

If Bernie-style candidates can position themselves as such, i.e. non-corporate Dems, they can capture that protest vote but they have to start the old-style, door-knocking, local-meetings campaign tactics now. The People's Summit could be enough to get the troops fired up.

The last thing they need is an impeachment/Pres. Pence before 2018 ... having a common enemy works to their advantage.

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13-06-2017, 10:02 AM
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(13-06-2017 05:07 AM)julep Wrote:  
(12-06-2017 08:24 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  Schumer mocks Trumps "blessed" round table.
The insane narcissist demands and gets (from most) a declaration of loyalty and praise.
Here they are praising The Dear Leader. Facepalm





There *must* be a growing fear in Repubican circles for what *Trump's Taint* will mean in 2018/2020. Facepalm
This administration is so unbelievable. Nothing is getting done. All the political oxygen is sucked up by Trump.
Sometimes when you think you're watching a car crash, you really ARE watching a car crash.



That was hilarious! CNN was mocking it all day yesterday, too.

Mattis was pretty much the only one at that table who refused to kiss the ring.

I think puppet's gotten some (horrible) stuff done, but also that we're nearing the end of what puppet is going to be able to do on his lonesome via executive order (rolling back regulations, pulling out of treaties and accords, destroying our international reputation).

We have reached the point where, if the GOP want to fulfill their promises to the base, they're going to have to make some laws and win some court cases, and all the folderol going on at the White House is going to get in the way of that. For that reason, I hope the removal of puppet is going to be a long, drawn-out, and extremely public process.

The mocking is funny sure, but the actual event is disgusting. It is what you would see when Un addresses government in North Korea.

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13-06-2017, 10:04 AM (This post was last modified: 13-06-2017 10:08 AM by Bucky Ball.)
RE: The Trump Impeachment Thread
(13-06-2017 09:57 AM)DLJ Wrote:  
(13-06-2017 08:37 AM)Heath_Tierney Wrote:  ...
Expect even die-hard Trumpians up for election in 2018 to start jumping ship anytime now.

If the timing and positioning are right, the die-hards won't be needed.

Looking at the Brexit vote in Britland, it is was a protest vote, a "you cunts have forgotten us" kinda thing... same as the anti-Hilary vote.

In the recent General Election, the UKIP vote disappeared. Had the Brexit spirit been still alive, the UKIP vote would have grown.

Instead, about half went to the Tories, maybe a quarter went to Labour and a quarter went back to sleep.

Meanwhile the "Fuck! what happened?" non-voters woke up and voted Labour.

If Bernie-style candidates can position themselves as such, i.e. non-corporate Dems, they can capture that protest vote but they have to start the old-style, door-knocking, local-meetings campaign tactics now. The People's Summit could be enough to get the troops fired up.

The last thing they need is an impeachment/Pres. Pence before 2018 ... having a common enemy works to their advantage.

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^^^^^^^ So much THIS, ("common enemy")
(And if there is a President Pee Pee Pence, he'll pardon the hell out of the Trumpist crooks who should all get tried for their shenanigans.)

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13-06-2017, 10:32 AM
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(13-06-2017 09:57 AM)DLJ Wrote:  In the recent General Election, the UKIP vote disappeared. Had the Brexit spirit been still alive, the UKIP vote would have grown.

Serious question: Do you think the "populist wave" is now over, the evidence being May's spanking in the UK and LePen's obliteration in France? (What will happen in Germany is anybody's guess, but I'm thinking that the momentum is still with Merkel. Source: http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/7...Schulz-AfD )

I'm thinking that much of the rest of the world, that saw - and sometimes even encouraged - the rise of populist candidates has seen the damage that Trump has done/is doing and want no part of it.
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