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  1. Because the definition of impeachment does not include removal.
  2. fatguyinalittlecoat

    TRADE WAR discussion thread

    It’s hard to have leverage when you’re a democracy and they aren’t. Our politicians worry about losing their jobs if the economy sucks. Theirs don’t.
  3. fatguyinalittlecoat

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Thread

    There are definitely different levels.
  4. fatguyinalittlecoat

    William Barr AG confirmation hearing

    Why do you assume Barr hasn’t changed in 30 years? Look at what’s happened to Giuliani for example. Maybe Barr used to be reasonable but isn’t anymore.
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    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Thread

    Your point makes no sense if they actually are racist.
  6. It actually did seem like a plausible explanation to me at the time, having no familiarity with Manafort at the time. Ford-Reagan was the last contested convention.
  7. fatguyinalittlecoat

    Tulsi Gabbard 2020

    This was the passage that smelled a little funny to me: As Gabbard was settling into her political career, in 2003, she did something surprising: she joined the National Guard, and, when her brigade was shipped to Iraq, she volunteered to go, even though her name was not on the mandatory-deployment roster. She served as a medical-operations specialist on a base in the Sunni Triangle, and also as a military police officer, before attending officer-candidate school in Alabama, where she excelled; a second deployment took her to Kuwait. She often cites her time in the Middle East when asked to explain her political reinvention. By the time she ran for Congress, in 2012, Gabbard was presenting herself as a more or less orthodox progressive, pro-choice and pro-same-sex-marriage. “Experiencing as a woman, firsthand, the impacts of countries that are acting as moral arbiters for their people—it really caused me to rethink the positions I held,” she says. This realization was well timed, because it enabled her to win a Democratic primary in a state that was increasingly blue. Maybe I’m reading too much into it, but it felt to me like her decision to join the military, and her subsequent flip on social issues, were both motivated by her political ambitions.
  8. fatguyinalittlecoat

    Tulsi Gabbard 2020

    The religion stuff, the Assad thing, her past anti-same sex marriage advocacy, her general tendency to act in unorthodox ways. Even the way they describe her joining the military seemed kinda opportunistic and contrived. I just don’t know that I see the kind of track record that gives me confidence.
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    Tulsi Gabbard 2020

    Yeah, hawkishness does not seem to be an accurate descriptor. But there are a number of other red flags for me in this article from 2017:
  10. Little fatguy’s favorite lunchbox: I do not still have it. Carry on with listing bad Beatles songs.
  11. fatguyinalittlecoat

    Shutdown Update: Poll: shutdown continues, with no end in sight.

    Mitch McConnell said Trump indicated to him that he would sign it. Take that for what it’s worth.
  12. This is perfect thank you.
  13. I can’t tell if any of these are serious answers.