NO RPW, the dumbasses that voted for Hillary are the losers.RPW wrote:After all of this, nothing will happen to this guy.
He most likely will be re-elected and run the largest Ponzi scheme funded by the dumbass people that vote for him.
Because you are not as bright as you think. He is pissed because of the FRAUD that was perpetrated on him for that last 2 years prevented him from doing a lot more good for this country that the weasels in the democratic and Obama could ever done.John Q. Public wrote:Now he wants to discredit the report that fully exonerates him. I'm so confused.
No doubt you're referring to some insight you had personally.
You're just wrong. Again. And like trump.Unless I’m wrong I sense that there is a sullen admission that the "collusion" issue is dead....blah. blah, blah,... you have kindred brethren in the Flat Earth Society.
These people you refer to as 'many" might have gotten that idea from Mueller's mandate from the DoJ...rather than it "morphing" as you state.But now, as predicted by many, the issue has morphed into "obstruction of justice" of the nonexistent conspiracy, to wit:
I don't accept responsibility. If you went into the voting booth and pulled the lever next to trump's name, it's all on you.Of course he lies. He is uncouth, unnecessarily abrasive and frequently adolescent. We knew that when we elected him and did n'tt need this two year long kabuki theater to remind us.... As a result of all the animosity and leftward drift the Democrats will once again nominate some intuitively unelectable and obstinately leftist candidate and we will be forced to choose between two crappy presidential possibilities once again. And the way things are headed right now it’s probably going to be Donald Trump. And you will have no one to blame but yourselves.
BTW, it's rather odd you'd describe anyone as 'unelectable"...we all thought the Republicans would decide trump was unelectable...but I guess that concept doesn't apply to someone with an (R) next to their name. If you think it does I'm curious to hear what you think would make trump unelectable...what would he have to do to make you denounce him?
What indictments? Details, Red, details.
Red, your morals are just warped. I am proud I didn't vote for a man who paid off a porn star after having an extramarital affair...you're the one who should be proud Red, you and all your "normal, decent American" friends...what a raging hypocrite you are.Your party is filth. Be proud vile.
Yes...St. Donald is upset because he couldn't help us all more...
The comedy just writes itself. Badly.
Okay, so I overestimated. Get back to me when you get to the bottom of that commie plot. Then may be you can tackle the Rosenberg's, Sacco and Vanzetti, Attica, etc. Probably won't be hearing from you for a long time
I can't take you seriously. You're just acting out all your pent-up frustrations and anger, pagan. We all know what they are. You've repeated them in every possible permutation for the last 2 years. As I said, it's over and I don't have anything new to add unless you do......................Luca
Yet he continues to comment wildly on things. '
Given the types of individuals and activity revealed I disagree.Luca wrote:And you wonder why so many people consider this whole episode a colossal waste of energy.
So what if he was legally elected? We should not examine his potentially illegal behavior? Especially that might occur AFTER he was elected? What a Stephen Millerish thing to say. That the power of the president should not be questioned has never been part of our national psyche until now........WabashLuca wrote:Most people including me don’t “like” the man, but he was fairly elected President and there was no crime. So the rational individual moves on, as they say............Luca
You beat me to it. Though I was thinking of Benghazi. How many times did investigations get launched because this was the time the GOP was certain they could find something incriminating against Clinton. At least Rep. McCarthy had the honesty to admit the hearings were all shams to damage her politically.
You haven't said much now. So it's for the best you leave before you look foolish.......again......Wabash
I think you mean you won't. If you can't it's just due to willful ignorance.
Right, and you're just having another juvenile temper tantrum...perhaps if you took a nap. Is this the kind of discussion you want?You're just acting out all your pent-up frustrations and anger, pagan. We all know what they are. You've repeated them in every possible permutation for the last 2 years.
(An aside: How was it that I was simultaneously keeping my anger and frustrations "pent-up" while "repeating them" for two years?...Just curious.)
You should have led with that. But as you stated earlier, it really isn't over is it....in many ways it's just getting started. So strap in, it's going to be a bumpy ride.As I said, it's over and I don't have anything new to add........
Quoting only this paragraph and ignoring all of the other off-topic nonsense on this page....Luca wrote: I think I see the beginnings of insight here. Unless I’m wrong I sense that there is a sullen admission that the "collusion" issue is dead, the belief that the President directly or through his representatives conspired with "Russian agents" (God, this reminds me so much of the ‘50s, or a Tom Clancy novel) to influence the outcome of the 2016 election. If not, then all I can do is point out that a 2-year investigation by a special prosecutor did not find evidence of it. And if the response is that the prosecutor didn’t dig deep enough or didn’t prove that the nefarious conspiracy did not occur, well………. you have kindred brethren in the Flat Earth Society.
According to the report - or the "Mueller Dossier" as good so-called "Republicans" are apparently supposed to call it now - yes, the "collusion" part is dead as far as Trump is concerned. But it didn't say that he didn't knowingly take full advantage of Russian interference or that the campaign didn't work with people who were working with Russia (i.e. Wikileaks and Manafort's and Flynn's Ukrainian friends). And I have a feeling the Grand Jury might still be out on the Trump Tower meeting. Maybe not. But Junior's statement that "they just wanted to talk about adoptions" can't be ignored, since it obviously meant that they wanted sanctions lifted in exchange for dirt. His walking away saved him on that but it doesn't sound like he walked because he thought that such a deal would be illegal. It sounded more like he didn't understand what they were asking. And you can't be charged with conspiracy if you don't understand that that's what you're doing. But the sanctions were at least softened as part of the Republican platform, so that might not be over.
Ignorance won't help him on the obstruction part though and there's mountains of evidence that he attempted to obstruct, both in the report... er, excuse me, "the dossier" and in his Twitter feed. And there's Comey's firing, which he or McGahn admitted was for the purpose of stopping the investigation. Whether or not to prosecute is now up to Congress, as that's their jurisdiction. And it's why the so-called "Republicans" are trying so hard to discredit attempts to do that.
And somewhere out there, Nixon is fit to be tied because the Republican Party of his time wasn't as "supportive" of him as they are of Trump, even though he was a far better, and maybe even more ethical president except for that little part about cheating to get elected and the attempts to obstruct the investigation.
John Q. Public
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https://assets.documentcloud.org/docume ... Report.pdf
The part that lays out the framework for Congress to investigate or prosecute obstruction starts around page 169 of Section 2.
John Q. Public
You have to have an investigation first...you're getting ahead of yourself again Red.
What do you like the most about him? The fact that trump demanded his resignation? The fact that he says he's a Democrat? Or maybe it's that he pleaded guilty to his crimes?The worse was an American Hero, Michael Flynn! BE proud!
Actually, never mind...I'm sure you don't know the first thing about the man.