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  1. Matt, agreed that Trump is a crass and vulgar buffoon, but he has caused grounds for his impeachment by ignoring the constitution numerous times. If it is a political weapon to be used in future, so be it, if any future president conducts himself the way Trump has. The founders were very clever in what they decided, a triumvirate between the President, the Senate and Congress, and if the Trumpicans were to do their duty, and uphold the constitution, rather than hold on only to party dogma, he would be dismissed. But don't hold your breath as they have obviously succumbed to Trump disease which affects the brains of normally sane people.
  2. Is it treason if a citizen tries to uphold the constitution, or tries to rid the country of a President who doesn't, Matt? True, the people make the decision on election day but the Constitution allows for getting rid of a failed President.
  3. America has a mad man (see the phsycologic and psychiatric reports about his narcissism*) in the White House, and he is being supported by henchmen such as Pompeo, Barr and Sessions, all of whom will do anything that Trump tells them to preserve their positions in power. Trump is not only a danger to the U.S. but to the whole world. Who would like the red nuclear button to be in the care of a nut? As I suggested months ago, the U.S. is in great danger, and the checks and balances of the three separations as written into the constitution have failed to materialise because of the slavish obeyance of the Republican Party to Trumps every whim, no matter how asinine. How the U.S. will get itself out of this unholy mess, is difficult to imagine. If and when Trump is impeached, supposedly Pence will take over the Presidency, which will leave the same people in charge. *https://eu.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/05/04/trump-malignant-narcissistic-disorder-psychiatry-column/101243584/
  4. Interesting criticism, a couple of years ago, of Trumpkof by ex C.I.A. director John Brennan. " The esteem with which I held the presidency was dealt a serious blow when Donald Trump took office….Many have condemned my public criticism of Mr trump, arguing that as a former C.I.A. Director, I should bite my tongue. My criticisms, however are not political; I have never been and will never be a partisan. I speak out for the simple reason that Mr Trump is failing to live up to the standards that we should all expect of a president. As someone who had the rare privilege of directly serving four presidents, I will continue to speak out loudly and critically until integrity, decency, wisdom— and maybe even some humility— return to the White House.” When are the members of the Trumpican party going to wake up?
  5. brilliant, Steve, worked for this old guy.
  6. As Frazier is the sole witness to the curtain rod story, (and didn't Buell once work in a store that supplied curtain rods? Some Kawinkidink?), it would seem to me that Frazier's story is like a Swiss Cheese.
  7. Pat, I think you are mistaking the brick buttress at the West side for the rail. The depth of 11 " is for the depth of the buttress, not the rail. If we want to be picky, the sketch is incorrect as the stone base of the west column projects further out than the brick buttress.
  8. Well spotted Andrej. Sure looks different with the rail roughly removed, eh?
  9. Seems you misunderstood my post, Robert. I meant your last utterance. "As we reported in December 2018, Andrii Telizhenko was approached by DNC operative Alexandra Chalupa in early 2016. Chalupa wanted dirt on candidate Trump and his campaign manager Paul Manafort. The Ukrainian embassy in Washington DC worked CLOSELY with the DNC operative Chalupa. " This from a Trump supporting site.
  10. Agreed, Ron. Watched it yesterday and wish I could get those three wasted hours back.
  11. I notice that you didn't mention the source of the above quote, Robert. Could it be because it was from an ultra right supporting site which is cited by Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, The Drudge Report, The Blaze, Mark Levin, FOX (Faux?)Nation and by several international news organizations?
  12. Is "aus" German for "ass'? (if it isn't it should be.)
  13. This is the story of the Russian sailor who stopped a nuclear holocaust. https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/oct/27/vasili-arkhipov-soviet-submarine-captain-who-averted-nuclear-war-awarded-future-of-life-prize
  14. I was interested to see Trump's reply to Sondland, when he said "I want nothing, I want nothing, I want no quid quo pro. Tell Zelensky to do the right thing". Who apart, apparently from the whistleblower , ever mentioned "quid quo for" before Trump brought it up in his reply just after the exposure? Shows he only brought up to try to cover his ass.
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