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  • Go BeaversGo Beavers Posts: 5,820
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.


    Mueller’s going to keep digging through garbage cans hoping he finds something for a while.  He’s just dragging out a long nothing because he knows there’s nothing there and he’s afraid of spilling the beans that it’s all been for naught
    Even somone playing Devils Advocate sounds like they can hardly muster up any energy for a counter argument. 
  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 2,986
    Just stirrin the pot :)
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  • Just stirrin the pot :)

    You shouldn't do that.  I agree w/ your post.
    Some people on AMT might get stirred from that but it's the truth.  Bpop would agree.


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  • vaggar99vaggar99 San Diego USAPosts: 2,212
    CM189191 said:
    vaggar99 said:
    IQ is overrated. How bout an empathy test?
    Have you ever seen tRump yawn? I haven't. 
    not sure i follow.  but, you ever know someone talks a lot and then yawns when another person opens their mouth?  extremely self centered behavior.
  • The JugglerThe Juggler To your left.Posts: 28,518
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.



    Impeachment needs to start in the House. That means it needs to start with spineless empty suit Paul Ryan. I don't see it ever happening while the GOP controls the speakership.
    Patience young Jimmy....they won't have much of a choice once all is revealed.
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  • JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.



    Impeachment needs to start in the House. That means it needs to start with spineless empty suit Paul Ryan. I don't see it ever happening while the GOP controls the speakership.
    Patience young Jimmy....they won't have much of a choice once all is revealed.

    Any day now it will be revealed. 
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  • The JugglerThe Juggler To your left.Posts: 28,518
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.



    Impeachment needs to start in the House. That means it needs to start with spineless empty suit Paul Ryan. I don't see it ever happening while the GOP controls the speakership.
    Patience young Jimmy....they won't have much of a choice once all is revealed.

    Any day now it will be revealed. 
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  • RunIntoTheRainRunIntoTheRain TexasPosts: 471

    Eddie throwing paper towels to the crowd from Murphys Bleachers rooftop yesterday.
    Made me laugh.
  • The JugglerThe Juggler To your left.Posts: 28,518
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  • ShynerShyner Posts: 654
    There's no way donald tdump will win another election. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 11,604
    jesus. "they didn't respect us a year ago, they respect us now". 
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  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 11,014
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.



    Impeachment needs to start in the House. That means it needs to start with spineless empty suit Paul Ryan. I don't see it ever happening while the GOP controls the speakership.
    Patience young Jimmy....they won't have much of a choice once all is revealed.
    Don't get me wrong, I hope you are right. But Paul Ryan has thus far shown zero courage to stand up to this President or do the right thing. President Hillary would have been impeached for the same offenses months ago. No matter what agenda Ryan wants to push through, he could just as easily push it through with Pence. He just won't do it.
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  • JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.



    Impeachment needs to start in the House. That means it needs to start with spineless empty suit Paul Ryan. I don't see it ever happening while the GOP controls the speakership.
    Patience young Jimmy....they won't have much of a choice once all is revealed.
    Don't get me wrong, I hope you are right. But Paul Ryan has thus far shown zero courage to stand up to this President or do the right thing. President Hillary would have been impeached for the same offenses months ago. No matter what agenda Ryan wants to push through, he could just as easily push it through with Pence. He just won't do it.

    It would be comforting to know the hidden agendas. A fly on the wall in the right place would be an awesome experience.
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  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 11,014
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.



    Impeachment needs to start in the House. That means it needs to start with spineless empty suit Paul Ryan. I don't see it ever happening while the GOP controls the speakership.
    Patience young Jimmy....they won't have much of a choice once all is revealed.
    Don't get me wrong, I hope you are right. But Paul Ryan has thus far shown zero courage to stand up to this President or do the right thing. President Hillary would have been impeached for the same offenses months ago. No matter what agenda Ryan wants to push through, he could just as easily push it through with Pence. He just won't do it.

    It would be comforting to know the hidden agendas. A fly on the wall in the right place would be an awesome experience.
    Tax cuts for the rich paid for by taking away poor people's healthcare. It's not even really that hidden. Paul Ryan dreamed about it at college frat parties.
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  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 11,014
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 11,604
    so I follow this guy on Twitter, his name is Kyle Griffin. He reports on all stuff Trump. very insightful, all factual, and one of the most recent he posted about was the fact that Trump was speaking to a crowd about how he is going to get rid of the estate tax, AKA the "death tax", which he claims is crippling. This tax only applies to estates worth $5.9 million or something. 

    He was speaking to a crowd of truckers, whose average yearly salary hovers around $40K. 

    he is so stupid and out of touch it is astounding. 


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  • MayDay10MayDay10 Posts: 8,990
    so I follow this guy on Twitter, his name is Kyle Griffin. He reports on all stuff Trump. very insightful, all factual, and one of the most recent he posted about was the fact that Trump was speaking to a crowd about how he is going to get rid of the estate tax, AKA the "death tax", which he claims is crippling. This tax only applies to estates worth $5.9 million or something. 

    He was speaking to a crowd of truckers, whose average yearly salary hovers around $40K. 

    he is so stupid and out of touch it is astounding. 


    and yet, I bet the truckers cheered and chanted things
  • JimmyV said:

    Professionalism is not something that concerns these guys at all.

    The article says Ryan has a Bachelors Degree. Is this the extent of his qualifications? I ask sincerely.
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  • TikiTiki USAPosts: 4,845
    NBC...the SAME NBC that Trump used to work for?  Surprising.  
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 7,651
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    JimmyV said:
    The only way he gets impeached is if the Dems take back congress in 2018 and that is a long shot. The 25th Amendment is also a long shot. But, there is probably a greater likelihood of Trump scaring the cabinet so badly they have to act than there is of Paul Ryan/Mitch McConnell doing anything.

    Not necessarily. Assuming Mueller's report includes what a lot of people suspect I think there are multiple republicans right now who would vote to impeach: Murkowski, McCain, Graham, Collins, Corker, and Flake. I'm sure there will be more because there will be more public support for impeachment after all the investigations are completed. Plus those repubs would prefer Pence because Pence would know how to implement their agenda. Trump keeps shooting them all in the feet.



    Impeachment needs to start in the House. That means it needs to start with spineless empty suit Paul Ryan. I don't see it ever happening while the GOP controls the speakership.
    Patience young Jimmy....they won't have much of a choice once all is revealed.
    Don't get me wrong, I hope you are right. But Paul Ryan has thus far shown zero courage to stand up to this President or do the right thing. President Hillary would have been impeached for the same offenses months ago. No matter what agenda Ryan wants to push through, he could just as easily push it through with Pence. He just won't do it.
    Paul Ryan is absolutely spineless.  The only ones with a spine is Ben Sasse (R-NE) and Jeff Flake (AZ).  They are younger and not retiring but they are challenging Trump every step.  I respect them even if I don't agree with them fully.  
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 11,604
    tweet from DJT on May 28/13:

    "I commend Roger Ailes for publicly supporting Fox News' employees against the Obama administration's intimidation of its reporters". 

    there really is a tweet for every occasion. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 11,604
    my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
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  • my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
    Think of how many kids wrote 'Donald Trump' in similar exercises south of us.
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  • tbergstbergs Posts: 2,799
    my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
    Think of how many kids wrote 'Donald Trump' in similar exercises south of us.
    Puke. What a twisted way of thinking that is.
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • tbergs said:
    my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
    Think of how many kids wrote 'Donald Trump' in similar exercises south of us.
    Puke. What a twisted way of thinking that is.
    It's a reality though.

    Some kids are being indoctrinated with moronicness as we speak. From the outside looking in... the level of moronicness seems to be perilously widespread. It's got to suck.
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  • ledveddermanledvedderman Posts: 7,378
    tbergs said:
    my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
    Think of how many kids wrote 'Donald Trump' in similar exercises south of us.
    Puke. What a twisted way of thinking that is.
    It's a reality though.

    Some kids are being indoctrinated with moronicness as we speak. From the outside looking in... the level of moronicness seems to be perilously widespread. It's got to suck.
    I'm in southern Illinois and my son's second grade class last year had a vote- only my son and one other kid voted for Hillary. The other kids were saying how Hillary would take their families guns from them. They're 8!
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 11,604
    tbergs said:
    my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
    Think of how many kids wrote 'Donald Trump' in similar exercises south of us.
    Puke. What a twisted way of thinking that is.
    It's a reality though.

    Some kids are being indoctrinated with moronicness as we speak. From the outside looking in... the level of moronicness seems to be perilously widespread. It's got to suck.
    I'm in southern Illinois and my son's second grade class last year had a vote- only my son and one other kid voted for Hillary. The other kids were saying how Hillary would take their families guns from them. They're 8!
    OH. GOOD. GOD. 
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  • BentleyspopBentleyspop Craft Beer Brewery, ColoradoPosts: 3,905
    tbergs said:
    my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
    Think of how many kids wrote 'Donald Trump' in similar exercises south of us.
    Puke. What a twisted way of thinking that is.
    It's a reality though.

    Some kids are being indoctrinated with moronicness as we speak. From the outside looking in... the level of moronicness seems to be perilously widespread. It's got to suck.
    I'm in southern Illinois and my son's second grade class last year had a vote- only my son and one other kid voted for Hillary. The other kids were saying how Hillary would take their families guns from them. They're 8!
    And that proves how ignorant their parents are

    Thats because anyone with a half a brain knows your guns will be taken by President Obama and his U.N. troops :dizzy:
  • CM189191CM189191 Minneapolis via ChicagoPosts: 2,967
    tbergs said:
    my 8 year old daughter did a thanksgiving exercise at school; 10 things they are thankful for. 

    #6: a nice prime minister

    ah, my little snowflake. LOL
    Think of how many kids wrote 'Donald Trump' in similar exercises south of us.
    Puke. What a twisted way of thinking that is.
    It's a reality though.

    Some kids are being indoctrinated with moronicness as we speak. From the outside looking in... the level of moronicness seems to be perilously widespread. It's got to suck.
    I'm in southern Illinois and my son's second grade class last year had a vote- only my son and one other kid voted for Hillary. The other kids were saying how Hillary would take their families guns from them. They're 8!
    southern Illinois....basically anywhere south of I-80?

    used to live 1/2 hour south of I-80
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