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5 minutes ago, QMany said:

There is no need to debate their bad-faith factual or legal defenses anymore; Trump's counsel and Republican Senators admit he did it but argue its not impeachable. 

 

This has been the pattern of every wrongdoing Trump has been accused of. Trump is accused. Trump Denies. Evidence comes out proving he did, Trump Denies. Overwhelming evidence comes out, Trump says I did it, but it wasn't illegal. Trump starts new controversy to distract from the old, Trump is off the hook. 

 

EVERY TIME!!! 

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You have long ago proven yourself to be intellectually dishonest and resistant to facts and reason.

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You would invoke Alan Dershowitz to defend Donald Trump.  He defended Epstein and procured his sweetheart deal that allowed him to continue raping children. Epstein pled the 5th when as

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7 minutes ago, QMany said:

There is no need to debate their bad-faith factual or legal defenses anymore; Trump's counsel and Republican Senators admit he did it but argue its not impeachable. 

 

Yep. It's why it's no longer worth the wasted time or effort to respond to a certain poster ITT.

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If you look at the reaction of serious, non-partisan people, this is a very dangerous box the GOP just opened with their pathetic fealty to their king.

 

For instance, if we're going to have to retake our democracy the old-fashioned way by voting, it just became a lot harder, because the GOP just signed off on the president and his team doing whatever they need to to win. This is the thrust of a colossally ignorant and short-sighted advanced by Dersh recently: Nothing the president does, including cheating to win elections, is impeachable, if they believe their re-election is in the country's best interest.

 

I mean Jesus, imagine arguing that with a serious face. That's an argument that's going to bite the  GOP and the entire country someday.

 

You know Trump, Barr and the rest of Corrupt Scumbag Inc. is going to be cheating like gangbusters to get every advantage possible.

 

Some reax below:

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, commando said:

if trump thinks fraudulent voting machines and ballot stuffing for his advantage is "for the good of the country" the GOP would say that is bad but not impeachable. 

 

The GOP is irreparably spineless and corrupt.


It's why we have to break it apart piece by piece rather than hoping they somehow get better. The current crop is broken.

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16 minutes ago, Danny Bateman said:

 

The GOP is irreparably spineless and corrupt.


It's why we have to break it apart piece by piece rather than hoping they somehow get better. The current crop is broken.

 

 

We can’t if they’re too fast at destroying elections. They’ve already accomplished a lot where that’s concerned. 

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45 minutes ago, Nebfanatic said:

Trump has already been working another angle this whole time

 

 

 

 

OK - let me let off steam for a moment:  :rant   :boxosoap:steam   

You know I hope the Dems nominate someone like Amy Klobuchar   - someone unexpected and squeaky clean (relative to Trump - I think she had some disgruntled staffers at one time or some story like that) - just to beat trump at his own game.  Yes, Amy may be an unrealistic nominee but she seems like the one with the smallest target on her back that Trump could attack or dig dirt up on.   I then hope that when he is kicked out of the WH by the voters that the FBI will immediately arrest him on orders of the NYSD for crimes such as these.    

Ok, back to reality world - I'm willing to vote for Bloomberg, Sanders, anyone if it means voting against Trump.  I cannot vote for any GOP Congressional representative this time around.   This may be the first time I vote straight Dem - just to send a message. It may not matter in Oklahoma but I can't put my x  on the ballot  as an endorsement to what my 2 senators, Inhofe and Langford, are doing.

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Just because actions meet a standard of impeachment does not mean it is in the best interest of the country to remove a President from office.

 

To answer this question, the first step was to ask whether it would serve the public good to remove the President, even if I assumed the President did everything the House alleges.

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Nevertheless, new witnesses that would testify to the truth of the allegations are not needed for my threshold analysis, which already assumed that all the allegations made are true.

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 I will not vote to remove the President because doing so would inflict extraordinary and potentially irreparable damage to our already divided nation.

 

 

TL;DR: "He did it; but we don't care, because we need to rig elections to win." Republicans/enablers. 

 

 

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