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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by chanson78 View Post
    Given that you don't believe this to be that grievous, or maybe you do, Should Obama have been impeached for talking about his book? Let's assume all things equal, and neither President, with regards to the shilling for their own book/fashion clothes line, should have any fallout, where do you stand on the other things that are coming to light recently?
    My view is to wait and see....I didn't agree with the circus trial to try and impeach B Clinton.....everybody on the right said..."but he lied under oath".....I said..." well, where he decided to sew his seed was no concern of anyone, and it should have never got to that point of having to lie to save face during proceedings"..

    Point is, I saw all this conspiracy, with the previous administration, and the one before, and so on....

    A storyteller can take any story, and quote anything out of context to fit their narrative. I have seen that in the past, and see it today.
    The same sky is falling that was falling years ago. If evidence of treason comes out, impeach him....until then, all these stories popping up, are pure conjecture.

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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    I love this stuff. The left are raising hell of this info and it was required by breaking the law and nobody is looking at that. I know that most might not think this is important but I can say this in advance. Trump will not be impeached. on TideFans.com

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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Straightforward from here:
    1. Impeach Trump & Pence
    2. Constitutional crisis
    3. Call special election
    4. Ryan v Clinton
    5. President Clinton

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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aledinho View Post
    Straightforward from here:
    1. Impeach Trump & Pence
    2. Constitutional crisis
    3. Call special election
    4. Ryan v Clinton
    5. President Clinton
    Someone is smoking crack.
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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aledinho View Post
    Straightforward from here:
    1. Impeach Trump & Pence
    2. Constitutional crisis
    3. Call special election
    4. Ryan v Clinton
    5. President Clinton
    No constitutional crisis at #2. Line of succession is clear.
    I may disagree with you, but I'm pretty sure you're not Hitler.

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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    First, Trump couldn't possibly win the primary nomination of the conservative party.....but he did.

    Then, he couldn't possibly win the election.....but he did.

    And now he's NOT gonna survive impeachment......fill in the blank.

    Some of y'all better accept the possibility he's gonna be there for eight years. And you better accept that right now. I say that as a complete and total critic of about 90% of his ideas and 99% of his behavior.
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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by NationalTitles16 View Post
    Someone is smoking crack.
    This is the same idiot who actually thinks ISLAM is kinder to gay folks than Christianity.

    Because we all saw how many gay folks Fred Phelps beheaded and threw off buildings, of course.

    My favorite tweet of hers was just before the election


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    My sense is that if Trump wins, Hillary supporters will be sad.
    If Hillary wins, Trump supporters will be angry.

    Important difference.




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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by danb View Post

    My view is to wait and see....I didn't agree with the circus trial to try and impeach B Clinton.....everybody on the right said..."but he lied under oath"
    Not only did he do it, but he was a LAWYER who knew damn well he was committing perjury.

    I'm sorry, but it's one thing if you had someone who had no clue that that somehow constituted a crime - pretty hard to have an ounce of compassion on an attorney who knew better....it's kind of like those family values folks who have affairs should be more harshly judged than someone who didn't advocate family values.

    Quote Originally Posted by danb View Post
    .....I said..." well, where he decided to sew his seed was no concern of anyone, and it should have never got to that point of having to lie to save face during proceedings"..
    If he hadn't sexually harassed Paula Jones, it never would have gotten that far, either. We can argue until we're blue in the face over what SHOULD have been - but we go to deposition and trial with what IS.

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    Point is, I saw all this conspiracy, with the previous administration, and the one before, and so on....
    Well, I can't really argue with you here.....

    Quote Originally Posted by danb View Post
    A storyteller can take any story, and quote anything out of context to fit their narrative. I have seen that in the past, and see it today.
    The same sky is falling that was falling years ago. If evidence of treason comes out, impeach him....until then, all these stories popping up, are pure conjecture.

    True, and this whole thing has really been this way since Nixon. Every time since then when the opposition has had the Congress, the big I word comes up. The only thing I ever thought came close to a REAL impeachable offense was Iran-Contra. And even then...the President was breaking laws (the Boland Amendments) that were (probably) unconstitutional in the first place. As I said to a former co-worker who was a classmate of Joe "Right Wing Nutbag" Barton in HS...."if you break an unconstitutional law, did you actually break the law?"

    While there's NO DOUBT Clinton committed perjury and obstruction of justice, I still don't think that's what the Founding Fathers had in mind. And our society is so forgiving that had he just said "in a moment of weakness I succumbed to temptation," the whole country would have said, "He made a mistake, let's forgive him and move on." Well, all except some (not) celibate Republicans, but they never would have made the hay they did out of the issue had he done that.
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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by TideEngineer08 View Post
    At this point I think it more likely that he resigns and claims he was treated very unfairly. Very unfairly, believe you me.

    At this point, I've seen nothing specific he'd need to resign over.

    Y'all wanna know the irony?

    He'd have still won had this been known. Seriously. Real life is NOT like Hollywood - if the election is not within 72 hours of the thundering gaffe, it doesn't matter. The people had a choice between two NY liberals and chose the one with the smaller hands and bigger mouth..
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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by jthomas666 View Post
    Let's see--Obama referencing his book in speeches because it explains his policy ideas in greater detail v Trump official shilling for Ivanka's clothing line when she's supposed to be promoting the administration's policies. Yeah, no difference there. And let's not forget that the reason Ivanka's line was news in the first place was because Trump pitched a hissy fit because Nordstrom's decided to stop carrying the line.

    I guess ignorance is a liberal voting strategy.
    Fify.

    Oh, so Obama needed to pimp his book to get his ideas out there. 99% of the media trumpeting his ideology wasn't enough. He wrote the book because he was a Patriot, not because he was trying to make millions about his life as a young pot smoker.

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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Again, the president can't impeached for breaking conflict laws which don't apply to him in the first place...
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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by TIDE-HSV View Post
    Again, the president can't impeached for breaking conflict laws which don't apply to him in the first place...
    But......but......but these amateur online lawyers KNOW better than you!!!!


    I seriously doubt Nixon would be impeached TODAY. 40-plus years ago, yes - not today, though.
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    Re: What Does A Trump Impeachment Look Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by selmaborntidefan View Post
    Not only did he do it, but he was a LAWYER who knew damn well he was committing perjury.

    I'm sorry, but it's one thing if you had someone who had no clue that that somehow constituted a crime - pretty hard to have an ounce of compassion on an attorney who knew better....it's kind of like those family values folks who have affairs should be more harshly judged than someone who didn't advocate family values.



    If he hadn't sexually harassed Paula Jones, it never would have gotten that far, either. We can argue until we're blue in the face over what SHOULD have been - but we go to deposition and trial with what IS.



    Well, I can't really argue with you here.....




    True, and this whole thing has really been this way since Nixon. Every time since then when the opposition has had the Congress, the big I word comes up. The only thing I ever thought came close to a REAL impeachable offense was Iran-Contra. And even then...the President was breaking laws (the Boland Amendments) that were (probably) unconstitutional in the first place. As I said to a former co-worker who was a classmate of Joe "Right Wing Nutbag" Barton in HS...."if you break an unconstitutional law, did you actually break the law?"

    While there's NO DOUBT Clinton committed perjury and obstruction of justice, I still don't think that's what the Founding Fathers had in mind. And our society is so forgiving that had he just said "in a moment of weakness I succumbed to temptation," the whole country would have said, "He made a mistake, let's forgive him and move on." Well, all except some (not) celibate Republicans, but they never would have made the hay they did out of the issue had he done that.
    I totally agree, perjury is perjury...My point with that statement was that I don't feel that his infidelities, warranted tax dollars to be spent on an impeachment trial (And Paula Jones had an agenda of her own i'm sure) I am far from a Clinton apologist, as I am far from a Trump apologist, if substantive evidence is given to bring to trial wrongdoing by the POTUS then by all means go to proceedings....but all the innuendo circulating, without backing, now....makes me SMH at all these folks spreading doom and gloom based on mostly opinion...

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