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Finale: It was an unusual presidency in an unusual Era

 
Casper 2019-04-18 17:52:25 

.. filled with unusual actors, comprising some unusual Kool-Aid drunks. History will neither be kind to such unusual acts nor these unusual Kool-Aid Drunks.

 
Runs 2019-04-18 17:57:01 

In reply to Casper

Era of the Dotards cool

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-18 18:08:18 

In reply to Runs

Era of the Dotards


You can thank Reagan and the Republicans for that. Years of gutting public education are finally yielding the generation of mind numbing stupid people who would vote against their own interest and rail against rich people paying their taxes.

 
Runs 2019-04-18 18:08:52 

In reply to SnoopDog

Agreed The Public schools churn out folks who cannot put together a proper sentence.

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-18 18:18:04 

In reply to Runs

Well Mueller gave the Dems all the ammunition they needed to attack the Dotard in the next election.

I don't think impeachment will be worthwhile or wise. It will only turn into a circus and the Republican senate will shoot it down anyway.

If the Dems are smart they will subpoena Mueller to testify and get the full uncensored report for the sole purpose of getting even more ammunition for the campaign.

 
Runs 2019-04-18 18:22:12 

In reply to SnoopDog

This is damaging worse than I expected, wtf did Barr read? This report? lol

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-18 18:24:00 

In reply to Runs

This is damaging worse than I expected, wtf did Barr read? This report?


Barr was just another hired goon.

 
Runs 2019-04-18 18:33:30 

In reply to SnoopDog

Was M pressured to wrap it up hence not interviewing D?

This past November, Mueller received Trump’s answers. The next month, the report says, Mueller told Trump’s team that the answers weren’t enough. “We noted, among other things, that the President stated on more than 30 occasions that he ‘does not “recall” or “remember” or have an “independent recollection” ’ of information called for by the questions. Other answers were ‘incomplete or imprecise.’ ” Mueller’s team again asked for an in-person interview with the President. Trump said no.

At this point, Mueller’s team debated whether to issue a subpoena for Trump’s testimony. They were a few weeks away from completing their work, which, as the report states, did not find clear evidence that Trump hadn’t committed obstruction of justice. Trump had yet to answer any questions on the actions he’d taken that had been investigated as part of Mueller’s obstruction probe. But a subpoena, Mueller’s team knew, would take time and effort to fight out. “We thus weighed the costs of potentially lengthy constitutional litigation, with resulting delay in finishing our investigation, against the anticipated benefits for our investigation and report,” the report states. “As explained in Volume II, Section Il.B., we determined that the substantial quantity of information we had obtained from other sources allowed us to draw relevant factual conclusions on intent and credibility, which are often inferred from circumstantial evidence and assessed without direct testimony from the subject of the investigation.” And that’s the last thing Mueller had to say about that.

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-18 18:40:40 

In reply to Runs

Mueller - "we found smoke but not the gun. Trying to find the gun would be lengthy and counter-productive."

Dems need to make the same assessment and give up impeachment. It would just turn into a circus act and only benefit the Dotard.

Subpoena Mueller to testify and provide even more damning testimony, get the uncensored report, and used all that shit in the campaign.

 
carl0002 2019-04-18 20:57:28 

Unnoo really think Trump can make it through a primary challenge after this? There was 1 republican challenger yesterday by, the end of next week there will be half a dozen.

And someone please tell the darn ridiculous democrats not all 400 of them need to running for the presidency

big grin big grin big grin

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-18 21:07:30 

In reply to carl0002

And someone please tell the darn ridiculous democrats not all 400 of them need to running for the presidency


That party is beyond lame Bro. If Barry didn't run in 2008 you can bet your last dollar McCain would have been president and the same is true for Romney.

What is utterly ridiculous is the 2 party system. A 3rd party (not an independent 3rd candidate) would get rid of so much of the partisan bullshyte between Repubs and Dems.

 
carl0002 2019-04-18 21:15:32 

In reply to SnoopDog
Its getting downright ridiculous now. I know the era of Dotard has given hope to everyone with a pulse the idea that they can be president - but by golly everyday a new Democrat pops u on the scene with an announcement. I just change channel or switch station when they come on. Especially when by the looks of it Trump aint leaving very much to run for if he continues like this.

big grin

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-18 21:15:46 

In reply to carl0002

Unnoo really think Trump can make it through a primary challenge after this?


He has a base of about 30% loyal Dotards.

That's pretty sizeable. So yes, he'll make it through the primaries. And if the Dems offer up a lame ass candidate (which I know they will) he'll get another 4 years.

 
carl0002 2019-04-18 21:21:42 

In reply to SnoopDog

And if the Dems offer up a lame ass candidate (which I know they will) he'll get another 4 years.

Come on - they were 19 of them running as of yesterday and a few more might be encourage and whats his name hasn't announced yet. Surely they should be able to find a half decent candidate to take on the potential felon.


big grin big grin big grin

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-18 21:31:00 

In reply to carl0002

Surely they should be able to find a half decent candidate to take on the potential felon.


They will go back with Biliary. lol

Look Bro. The Dems got lucky with Obama. He turned out to be a great candidate but he went up against less than stellar republican contenders.

In 2016 their establishment screwed over Bernie who would have given the Dotard a good run and possibly even beating him. They fixed it so Biliary would win the primary even though they knew she was not a good candidate. That's how lame the Dems are.

This time around though they have to contend with that 30% of loyal Dotards. If they can field a candidate who can resonate with people in the swing states they might have a chance.

 
Casper 2019-04-19 10:50:20 

Let as many as possible run for now. That would help to spread the Dems message far and wide in every nook and cranny. Regular debates will also help by dominating TV and other media time and space.

Come the first primary or two, more than half would have dropped out and the field eventually whittled down to two or three candidates. Then the real time for choosing will arrive.

What will the Dotard be doing in the meantime?

Well investigations into his corrupt presidency will be in top gear.Even if it’s not a full impeachment, it will still expose his illegal and evil wrongdoings to a public more attuned to the 2020 election.

If by then, some of these stories can’t erode his base or, on the other hand, increase opposition, moreso from the so-called independents, to his having a second term, then, God help America.

 
BeatDball 2019-04-19 11:16:59 

In reply to Casper & that message would be (as with every elections): racism is keeping you down...never acknowledge the strides the country has made in electing non-whites to the highest offices & the prosecution of racist incidents/practices; sexism...women in the West participate in the workforce & hold positions of power than other country (except Rwanda) in the world; law enforcement targets/profiles minorities...one non-immigrant minority group is 13% of the population, but accounts for more than half of homicides; cops arrest those who commit crime - tea & water! But, I guess they should hang out in Jewish neighborhoods and profile Ehud, the bookish teenage jewish chap!...more BOBV than anything, but BLM is not holding marches about that & no vociferous condemnation! 'We have to build more low income housing'...this tune is sung, especially in inner cities. But, this line always make me want to puke because it's so redundant...'but, we have more to do'...

razz

 
Runs 2019-04-19 11:43:49 

In reply to BeatDball

Huh? Translate that gibberish, what has this government done for minorities and women? Whom did that tax cut enrich? Less are now insured with the ACA being gutted with no replacement.

 
BeatDball 2019-04-19 11:51:57 

In reply to Runs It's the little things that mean a lot...but, with socishitists...what can I say! Lowest unemployment ever for AAs; lowest unemployment for Hispanic Americans & women...but, keep singing the tune as if we are in Zimbabwe! The socishitists always compare America with Utopia, so we can never win! Gwallang.

evil

 
Runs 2019-04-19 12:36:39 

In reply to BeatDball

Nonsense, show me the types of jobs and wages rolleyes
Drive around NY and take a look at the soup kitchens and lines in front of churches. Does not look like full employment, just saying. Banas don’t go parroting talking points look at the reality to better gauge.
Another good example, remittances to Guyana last year was 7 million versus a high of 25 million in 2010, I wonder why? Please keep in mind Guyanese have lost jobs due to closure of the sugar estates and are more in need of assistance.

 
Casper 2019-04-19 14:31:05 

In reply to Runs

Agreed The Public schools churn out folks who cannot put together a proper sentence


In many way, we West Indians of a certain vintage can more appreciate the education we got, even, if for many times were hard. We were taught the basics in arithmetic and grammar the proper way, even if we had to do it with fingers - later a slide rule and maybe a calculator - and write with pencils and blotting pens.

No doubt that computerization has made things easier in many way, but it has also left many a graduate functionally illiterate in some basics, like the inability to rapidly calculate in their heads simple multiplication, division, addition or subtraction with out reaching for a calculator.

Social media has reduced many to textspeak, poor grammar and even worse reduced communication skills.

 
Casper 2019-04-19 14:42:22 

In reply to BeatDball

Lowest unemployment ever for AAs; lowest unemployment for Hispanic Americans & women..


Lowest unemployment among these typical hardworking, contrary to the perception, group of people, who probably hold down two jobs to make ends meet to cover payment of their ObamaCare which Trump wants to take away.

 
Runs 2019-04-19 17:23:55 

In reply to Casper


Social media has reduced many to textspeak, poor grammar and even worse reduced communication skills.

So very true.

 
BeatDball 2019-04-19 17:50:11 

My parents made the wrong choice 3+ decades ago! We moved to the worst country on the planet! I think, I will re-emigrate...to a Central American, or an African country (not Rwanda or Mauritius) where Socishitism is practiced or better yet, a muslim majority country! razz cool

 
BeatDball 2019-04-19 18:16:39 

U facting fools dont get it! It's Socishitism we ran from...nothing else. Our national origins are just as beautiful or even more, in terms of geography, flora & fauna than western countries! We have natural resources to live the standard of living as modern societies...but, the ideology of socishitism is one of hypcrisy - bribery & corruption, lawlessness, etc. Look around the planet...see/observe/check. Please dont highlight the Scandinavian countries, because their systems are mixed. Yet, the irony is, when we migrate...out of nowhere, we run guh support socialist oriented parties! Go figure that one!!! confused cry evil

 
SnoopDog 2019-04-19 20:12:59 

In reply to BeatDball

the ideology of socishitism is one of hypcrisy - bribery & corruption, lawlessness


Well done shithead, you’ve just described the Dotard’s administration to a T. lol

 
BeatDball 2019-04-19 20:26:58 

In reply to SnoopDog Oh skites...look who showed up - I'm outta here to bobbice!

big grin

 
Ewart 2019-04-19 20:31:07 

In reply to carl0002

Trying to remember how many people ran for the Republican nomination in 2016...


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