“I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
I look forward to that day too.
But it ain't here yet.
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He totally drained that swamp, huh?
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How in the world did a 6-time bankrupt, 5-time draft dodging, pathological lying narcissist become the darling of American conservatives?
yeah who would've thought someone like that couldn't do the job of being a president
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Even 10 Repubs!!!
Sadly, only 10 thought the events of January 6th deserved impeachment.
At least history can record who they all were now.
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All of those things are more or less irrelevant in Trump's case.
I just don't see how saving tax payer's millions of dollars is irrelevant.
More significantly, recording the moral objections to an attempted coup, is surely extremely relevant to history, wouldn't you say?marginalizing people is never ideal, but at some point, the 74 million people who voted republican have got to face reality. Not doing so is what gets you to the events of January 6th.
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This. The impeachment would accomplish nothing
Well that's not true, it would accomplish three things:
It would strip him of his tax payer funded pension, secret service detail, and travel allowance.
It would prevent him from holding public office ever again.It would record, for prosperity all those who officially opposed the events of January 6th, and more importantly those who did not
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well... there's one thing you can say about this presidency';
He certainly swamped the drain.
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It might have been Russia, it may have been China... but I think we all know that it was probably sasquatches.
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'We're going to whine so much, you're going to be so sick and tired of whining'
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Don't mess with Texas, but Texas has no problem messing with everyone else.
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Trump has a clear, legal and Constitutional path to the Presidency
yeah, just not an ethical one
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Slowly moving from “it never happened” to “you can’t prove it” to “nothing you can do about it”
Let me help!
“it never happened” , so, “you can’t prove it”, which means there's “nothing you can do about it”
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And although he showed up, where is he now? Oh yeah... playing golf
"here's the crazy thing, Biden beat him at that too''
***thanks Amber Ruffin
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If Trump manages to tie up 37 electoral votes in legal limbo by Jan. 6,
ah, the spirit of democracy is alive and well !
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Ehhh he'll be fine. I don't understand why his supporters are even slightly agitated by any of this.
He'll pardon himself, he'll go on to start up his ridiculous TV channel, and he'll clean up on speaking tours.
The best you can hope for is that he'll be remembered as the disgraced president.
-- oh wait, that ship has sailed.
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Trump said "time will tell" if another administration takes over soon
Just not very much time.
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Republicans signaled they are willing to let Trump spin out his election lawsuits and unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud for the next several weeks, until the states certify the elections by early December and the Electoral College meets Dec 14.
Baby needs a bottle I suppose...
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wow, this supposed fraud nonsense is getting unnecessarily complicated.
Allow me to simplify things:
Put up, or shut up.
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Need 9 days after election to get the mail? Right?
ok so any PA ballot marked less than 9 days before Election Day could not have been received on 11/3. Uh oh.
All ravens are black birds. Not all black birds are ravens.
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This is the heart of the problem, isn't it ?
It doesn't seem like it's true to me, therefore it isn't true.
It's so easy to fact check any of these issues for yourself, it takes so little effort, or time.
The amount of time it takes to read and respond to posts, let alone making multiple posts could be better spent looking into whatever contention you have for yourself.
skip to 1:35 if you're in a hurry
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Its quite normal if its viewed as what it is- just assigned law enforcement enforcing the law against people who are breaking it.
normal police identify themselves.
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Yes. I was raised to respect police and the rule of law
Back then did they drive around in unmarked vans and not display ID ?
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dig where yer coming from , but what if the federal officers are in unmarked cars, wearing masks and not displaying any identifying information , say like, their name, badge number, or department ?
I mean, I can go down the local market and buy a t-shirt that has "POLICE" screen printed on the back -- how would you tell the difference between me and the federal officers ?
if my home or business was in the direct path of a Black Lives Matter mob, then I'd welcome federal officers on my street to prevent my home or business from being looted and burned down by these hooligans.
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masked, camouflaged individuals with generic "police" patches - no badge numbers, no names
nah, nothing secretive about that
Their uniforms are clearly marked as federal law enforcement. Nothing secret about them,
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so youre cool with secret police ?
no, its just law enforcement officers, nothing to worry about if you arent breaking the law.
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the J-League, which once attracted luminaries such as Zico and Gary Lineker when it began in 1993 but has struggled to acquire big-name players in recent years.
That seems a harsh comment.
Isn't it more a case of signing the high profile foreign players in the early days of the J-League to attract punters, but now that it's established and the level of skill has improved in the local players, that they changed policy ?
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