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Justice dept appoints special prosecutor.

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Blunted 4 lyfe, May 17, 2017.

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    Blunted 4 lyfe

    Blunted 4 lyfe Well-Known Member

    Former F.B.I. Director Robert Mueller appointed as special prosecutor will this end in president Trumps Impeachment?
     
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    DiogenesTheWiser

    DiogenesTheWiser Well-Known Member

    One of the caveats with a special prosecutor is funding. Will his investigation be funded by the GOP retards that control the Congress? Short on funds, it could be a short investigation.

    I'm about convinced nothing will stop this "you're fired" steamroller until the entire nation is out of work.
     
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    abandonconflict

    abandonconflict Well-Known Member

    Most of the people who I have come across that are willing to admit they voted for Trump say that they hope he will basically destroy America starting with the parts that actually keep it afloat and running.
     
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    dandyrandy

    dandyrandy Well-Known Member

    It won't be long and a lot of trash will be tossed...
     
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    tangerinegreen555

    tangerinegreen555 Well-Known Member

    I'm hoping for a slow investigation that lasts through into the next congress.

    Like it or not, impeachment is more of a political thing than a legal thing. The rules are different, the burden of proof is different and it always comes down to votes.
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    I'll bet you $20 it will.
     
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    Big_Lou

    Big_Lou Well-Known Member

    Yup. Soooooo much trash, and such a despised creature....impeachments can drag on for years, this one won't. Gonna add up/pop off much faster than normal. Sure, Nixon was loathed, but he was viewed as a teddy bear by comparison.

    I hope so, the anticipation of what's to come is intoxicating. I'd still be thrilled with my original prediction - June, assuming some deeply incriminating audio/video/statements come into play - but I'm also savoring the process; karmic comeuppance unfolding....

    rats.gif
     
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    Fogdog

    Fogdog Well-Known Member

    That's a bet I wouldn't mind losing.
     
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    abandonconflict

    abandonconflict Well-Known Member

    I don't share the optimism but I'll keep that to myself. I do hope you guys are right.
     
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    dandyrandy

    dandyrandy Well-Known Member

    Slowly writhing, wailing and gnashing of the gops teeth.
     
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

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    Singlemalt

    Singlemalt Well-Known Member

    Yep, Bill Clinton was impeached and continued serving his elected term in pretty high poll #'s. Basically impeachment is a vote of "we think he did something bad/wrong" and that's it, not the end or real meat. Congress then has to ok a trial where the real shit happens. Good thing is that even being investigated will unhinge Trump further, impeachment might even send him over the edge as he craves being admired/respected. The manchild is far too immature to handle the pressure
     
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    abandonconflict

    abandonconflict Well-Known Member

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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    I've had a similar experience.

    Maybe they can be encouraged to change their minds about a lot of things as the Chumpster Fuhrer slowly sinks under the weight of his crimes.
     
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    Fogdog

    Fogdog Well-Known Member

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    Fogdog

    Fogdog Well-Known Member

    FIFY
     
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    abandonconflict

    abandonconflict Well-Known Member

    He was censured thanks to his impeachment. After that "bipartisan" became important and really an everyday political word. It was the only way the administration could get much done. In a lot of ways, it probably played into the way the legislative branch really did all they could to block Obama from getting anything done. The tactic of seeking bipartisanship wasn't new to them. That's one thing Hillary would have had going for her, she'd have been able to work with the GOP, hell she's not so different from them in many ways.
     
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    dandyrandy

    dandyrandy Well-Known Member

    The money boys are coming after trump.
     
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    Sir Napsalot

    Sir Napsalot Well-Known Member

    Article 25 impeachment doesn't seem so unlikely at this point
     
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    abandonconflict

    abandonconflict Well-Known Member

    OK, I know I said I would keep my pessimism about it to myself but here's a CNN article, for what it's worth. They're clearly pessimistic about it. As my old platoon sergeant used to say, "sorry I went back on my wood".

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/17/polit...ment-explainer1200AMStoryLink&linkId=37707537
     

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