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Excellent analysis, @Duquesne Frog. Factual and easily digestible. 

2 hours ago, Duquesne Frog said:

And the Trump argument that the POTUS is above accountability is one I find deeply troubling. 

+4. This is what's been the hardest for me to understand w.r.t. the opposition's stance on the Articles. It's pretty dangerous to confirm this guy's delusional opinion of himself. 

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Meanwhile, the DNC in Iowa apparently cannot add.  You'd think determining that the group with 30 people in the gym is bigger than the group with 25 across the gym would be pretty easy.

 

Let's take a look at the calculations live:

 

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2 hours ago, PurpleDawg said:

Excellent analysis, @Duquesne Frog. Factual and easily digestible. 

+4. This is what's been the hardest for me to understand w.r.t. the opposition's stance on the Articles. It's pretty dangerous to confirm this guy's delusional opinion of himself. 

 

If the president determines his re-election is in the best interest of the country, he is allowed to do whatever he wants to get re-elected.  That's just common sense. 

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16 minutes ago, NeFrog in the Kitchen Sink said:

 

If the president determines his re-election is in the best interest of the country, he is allowed to do whatever he wants to get re-elected.  That's just common sense. 

 

The Founders were big believers in Presidential Infallibility ...

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On 2/3/2020 at 12:16 AM, Lyle Lanley II said:

Imagine being the stable genius that thinks the Chiefs play in Kansas.

 

The only thing I keep remembering from the Superbowl is Shakira's hips. They most definitely told not one lie. 😄

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57 minutes ago, NeFrog in the Kitchen Sink said:

 

If the president determines his re-election is in the best interest of the country, he is allowed to do whatever he wants to get re-elected.  That's just common sense. 

 

40 minutes ago, Duquesne Frog said:

 

The Founders were big believers in Presidential Infallibility ...

Sad!

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9 hours ago, Duquesne Frog said:

Yep.  Because the context of those two events were completely different, as you are well aware.  Obama withheld aid from Egypt, with Congressional approval, because a democratically-elected leader (one that we really didn't find very palatable BTW, and we have a history of being complicit in the ousters of such people) was ousted in a military coup.  Trump withheld aid, not only without Congressional approval but without even notifying them that he was doing it, to get dirt on a political opponent.

 

 

Hokey or not, the House has a constitutional duty to investigate the activities of the executive branch, one of the vaunted "checks and balances" that we all learned about in civics class that seem to all be evaporating before our eyes.  And the Trump argument that the POTUS is above accountability is one I find deeply troubling.  Every bit as troubling as extra-judicial drone strikes.  Which segues nicely into ...

 

 

Yes, I know you think every modern president, and perhaps every president ever, should have been indicted on war crimes.  Maybe some should have.  That doesn't mean that what Trump is doing now isn't meaningful.  As a self-professed anarcho-capitalist, isn't the century-long, yet exponentially accelerating, consolidation of power in the single chief executive concerning to you? 

 

I think Obama refused aide to the Ukraine. Well, lethal assistance...

 

All three impeachments have been dubious, IMHO.

 

Yes, I think they should all be impeached...

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3 hours ago, NewfoundlandFreeFrog said:

 

The only thing I keep remembering from the Superbowl is Shakira's hips. They most definitely told not one lie. 😄

 

I am looking for a Venn diagram with ball and hips and don't lie

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A CBS reporter asked Michael Bloomberg if he thinks "people are interested in seeing two billionaires fight it out?"

 

Bloomberg replied "Two billionaires?  Who's the second one?"

 

 

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“Protect social security and Medicare? Nah, I’ll just stay seated and not clap.” - House Dems

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1 minute ago, Lyle Lanley II said:

I'm not watching.  Did he mention the record debt?

 

No, but Pelosi has to be close to chewing through her face by now.

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Just now, Army Frog Fan said:

 

No, but Pelosi has to be close to chewing through her face by now.

 

Well maybe Donald will buy her a new face like he did for his daughter.

 

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10 minutes ago, Lyle Lanley II said:

I'm not watching.  Did he mention the record debt?

I wish they could report on how many viewers changed the channel after the first 10 minutes.

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Trump: Socialism is bad

 

Also Trump: Here's some free shit funded by debt

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Democrats: Russia, Ukraine and Trump are a danger to democracy

 

Also Democrats: Iowa caucus

 

Also Democrats: we want to run healthcare

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Iowa Caucuses: Looks like an outsider candidate will win

 

Democrat Establishment: The results took too long to count and should be invalid

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2 minutes ago, Army Frog Fan said:

 

So classy.  

I think it was the wrong thing to do. She didn't help her image or the Dems.

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