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Anteater 03-25-2017 09:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Chula Vista (Post 1816649)
OR, it just gives him more time to **** other **** up. The Russian investigation is not going anywhere and word is that there's a bombshell right around the corner.

Yeah...a big bombshell called "nothing". :thumb:

Chula Vista 03-25-2017 10:05 PM

https://www.thenakedscientists.com/f....0;attach=8404

Psy-Fi 03-26-2017 08:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Anteater (Post 1816650)
Yeah...a big bombshell called "nothing". :thumb:

Those Anti-Trump "bombshells" sure do detonate silently and softly.

Anteater 03-26-2017 09:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Psy-Fi (Post 1816679)
Those Anti-Trump "bombshells" sure do detonate silently and softly.

He thinks after all this time they're going to find real evidence (AKA not 4chan cooked-up dossiers and hearsay from anonymous sources) for Trump-Russia collusion. Might as well wait for Tupac to come back. :p:

Chula Vista 03-26-2017 10:38 AM

Interactive website that'll update daily.

Tracking Trump's promises

Guys, they have yet to interview Manafort, Flynn, and Stone. And the FBI can still supeona his tax returns.

The Watergate break in happened on May 28, 1972. Nixon's impeachment wasn't voted on and fully ratified until August 20, 1974.

That's 27 months. Trump's been in office 2. Give it time folks. Give it time.

Goofle 03-26-2017 11:14 AM

Why does Trump pose such an existential threat to you Chula? Why does he bother you this much?

Frownland 03-26-2017 11:17 AM

Pretty obvious innit? Embracing Obama's expansion of the executive power to implement poorly thought out/ass backwards policy?

Neapolitan 03-26-2017 12:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Chula Vista (Post 1816684)
Interactive website that'll update daily.

Tracking Trump's promises

Guys, they have yet to interview Manafort, Flynn, and Stone. And the FBI can still supeona his tax returns.

The Watergate break in happened on May 28, 1972. Nixon's impeachment wasn't voted on and fully ratified until August 20, 1974.

That's 27 months. Trump's been in office 2. Give it time folks. Give it time.

Nixon resigned on Aug 08, 1974.

Chula Vista 03-26-2017 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Goofle (Post 1816693)
Why does Trump pose such an existential threat to you Chula? Why does he bother you this much?

1. He's an entitled dick that was born with a silver spoon up his ass.
2. He's not qualified to hold the job.
3. His cabinet (except for Mattis) if filled with very rich people who have vested interests in getting richer rather than helping the country.
4. He's going to damage the reputation of the US with our allies.
5. He's going to embolden our enemies with his rhetoric.
6. His policies are geared towards the wealthy at the expense of the lower class.
7. He doesn't give two ****s about the environment.
8. He's going to stack the supreme court with bible thumpers.
9. He's an embarrassment.
10. His VP thinks that evolution is a theory and wants creationism taught in schools.
11. He emboldens folks like Limbaugh, Hannity, and O'Reilly.
12. He makes racists feel good about themselves.
13. He's a misogynist.
14. Steve Bannon? Really? Steve ****ing Bannon?
15. I simply dislike the guy.

Was watching the CNN series last night about the 80s and the whole stock market, Wall Street boom where lots of white collar folks got mega-rich on the backs of the blue collar working class. Trump was featured a number of times and the dude back then came off just as arrogant, unappologetic, entitled, and as pompous as he does today.


I could go on......

Chula Vista 03-26-2017 12:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Neapolitan (Post 1816722)
Nixon resigned on Aug 08, 1974.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterg...nd_resignation

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Nixon's position was becoming increasingly precarious. On February 6, 1974, the House of Representatives approved H.Res. 803 giving the Judiciary Committee authority to investigate impeachment of the President. On July 27, 1974, the House Judiciary Committee voted 27–11 to recommend the first article of impeachment against the president: obstruction of justice. The House recommended the second article, abuse of power, on July 29, 1974. The next day, on July 30, 1974, the House recommended the third article: contempt of Congress. On August 20, 1974, the House authorized the printing of the Committee report H. Rept. 93-1305, which included the text of the resolution impeaching President Nixon and set forth articles of impeachment against him.
He resigned before the impeached was fully ratified.


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