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What if Trump is impeached? by Martin Funderstone - Sat, 13 May 2017 10:50:47 EST ID:0B9qh6RW No.392020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Suppose the Russia investigation finds the Trump campaign was directly colluding with Russia or Trump does something so imbecilic that the republicans can't get reelected in their districts if they defend Trump against impeachment or some other scenario results in Trump's impeachment.

What would a Pence presidency look like?
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Hannah Dartwater - Sat, 13 May 2017 11:00:46 EST ID:6qLefQvO No.392022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It'd be able to get the things Trump has been trying to do done, which is scary.
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Nell Hishked - Sat, 13 May 2017 11:03:54 EST ID:YxYr7Njp No.392024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392020
I forgot about this guy. We better not impeach Trump.
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Cornelius Fepperlock - Sat, 13 May 2017 12:58:51 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's a cool cucumber, younger, and far smarter. He tagged along with Trump not because he likes him or think he'll be a good leader but because he is playing the game. He knows that the guy is a complete moron and that impeachment is highly likely and what it would mean when Trumps booted out.

He'd probably push the whole anti-gay thing as far as he can push it. It would be really bad times for civil rights. Womens rights would be attacked more than it is now as well.

He will probably be met with a lot of opposition against mandatory gay conversion therapy, but who knows how much he can accomplish with that within certain districts or states in the US. He may use typical conservative finagling tactics. Framing it with some sort of double-speak describing it with a "Freedom" narrative.

Even if we managed to boot out Pence, which would be much harder, but not impossible, we still have Paul Ryan, Of which may be worse than both combined.
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Phineas Fibbleshaw - Sat, 13 May 2017 12:59:53 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.392035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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But is the country really ready for it's first horsefucker president?
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Sidney Shittingville - Sat, 13 May 2017 13:04:15 EST ID:U19RSd5a No.392036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392035
JRHNBR
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Sophie Cepperhall - Sat, 13 May 2017 14:52:53 EST ID:/jxwOmb8 No.392037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392035
>President Horsefucker
kinda has a ring to it
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David Dartdale - Sat, 13 May 2017 14:53:33 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.392038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392020
Pence thinks a Handmaidens Tale is "a feel good show about MAGA!"
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Shit Bevingbanks - Tue, 16 May 2017 05:43:39 EST ID:V72b4f8a No.392184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392038
you actually like that rape fantasy soft core porn? I find it kinda ironic considering it's a mirror of europe right now. In an overly dramatic way.

Also the writing is complete shit.
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Shit Bevingbanks - Tue, 16 May 2017 05:44:12 EST ID:V72b4f8a No.392185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392184
oh yeah. also

>Mike "Horses use rear entrance" Pence
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Lydia Drizzlemat - Tue, 16 May 2017 07:56:12 EST ID:sMjBd+5i No.392186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392184
>mirror of europe right now
You really should step out of that right wing info bubble sometime...
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Shit Bevingbanks - Tue, 16 May 2017 19:57:42 EST ID:V72b4f8a No.392222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392186
>You really should step out of that right wing info bubble sometime...

I continue to come here don't I?
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Shit Haffingdock - Tue, 16 May 2017 20:50:55 EST ID:H4tfUs7Z No.392227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392222
dude even 420chan's /pol/ is right of center overall these days, mostly because of all the internet master debaters that made their way here thinking this is the place where you come to internet fight leftists.

you might've had a point like 3 or 4 years ago. not now though.
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Shit Haffingdock - Tue, 16 May 2017 20:58:32 EST ID:H4tfUs7Z No.392228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392227
i take it back, the front page is like half left/half right right now.

still not sure if another chan /pol/ counts as "coming out of your bubble," though...
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Soviet Psychonaut - Wed, 17 May 2017 00:04:40 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.392240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Funny how seth rich murder is a conspiracy now. But notes on dinner napkins is proof of obstruction of justice. Give me a fucking break.
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Rebecca Worthingstone - Wed, 17 May 2017 00:22:26 EST ID:6qLefQvO No.392242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392240
Wrong thread dipshit.
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Soviet Psychonaut - Wed, 17 May 2017 00:39:51 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.392244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392242
No its the right thread. Go on google news. Its nothing but shrieking about russia and impeachment. It's a nice pipedream, but clearly MSM is in a state of panic.
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Cedric Clettingchore - Wed, 17 May 2017 01:07:23 EST ID:FZwyp5B6 No.392245 Report Quick Reply
>>392228

https://www.washingtonian.com/2017/05/16/seth-rich-family-fbi-cops-agree-fox-story-bogus/

You're full of shit.
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Ebenezer Peshherk - Wed, 17 May 2017 06:00:48 EST ID:V72b4f8a No.392256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392245
read the bottom of that link where the comments are. Debunk hard. Propoganda written by hack no name editor with microscopic twttier exposure. find thing more credible.
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Eliza Chodgedun - Wed, 17 May 2017 09:21:47 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392260 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392244
lol, only people in panic mode have been and are Trump supporters who could only find conspiracy theories, even admitted by Fox as being one, only appearing on Fox and freaking breibart. Whenever Trumps titanic flop of a presidency is mentioned by anyone, most Trump supporters bring in some ridiculous whataboutism and mention Hillary, as though Dems gave a fuck about Hillary.
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Betsy Nicklefuck - Wed, 17 May 2017 10:14:54 EST ID:T9Aai84I No.392263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392260

This is the meat and potatoes of Republican arguing tactics.

>"I don't agree with something that a current Republican official is doing."
>"OH YEAH WELL ONE TIME A DEMOCRAT DID SOMETHING BAD!!!"
>"..."
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Eliza Chodgedun - Wed, 17 May 2017 10:34:41 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392263
What's more, Trump supporters often say "Hillary lost, get over it!" as though mentioning Hillary is some sort of sore subject for Dems. If they kept up with the news, they would realize that most dems hated her and only those that genuinely liked her were oddballs (Small minority). If they want to bring up a sore subject, bring up Bernie at least.


Trump supporters have no self awareness and they are going deeper and deeper into tinfoil territory; Doing exactly what those that write up these rags want them to do. People like Steve Bannon himself has said he wants to dismantle the government, and only naive or crazy people think this is a good idea.

Over time I've realized that trying desperately to get people to realize they are being bamboozled through patience doesn't tend to work. Other than those supporters that are respectful in their attitude, I have no obligations to try to convince these people. We are all adults here. If one can't handle their own strong emotions that are brought up by revealing their biases, that isn't our issue. That is their issue. I get proven wrong often, and it's not how the person talks to me that matters. It's how I handle being wrong. Trump supporters have placed too much of their emotional currency on Trump so it must be tough, but it's been done by many ex-Trumpsters who were humble enough to admit they were bamboozled by a treasonous idiot.
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Soviet Psychonaut - Wed, 17 May 2017 14:09:51 EST ID:x8x4wfOW No.392274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392264
The only one mentioning hillary is you. Don't try to defle t from the fact that Trump isn't the enemy, it's the old guard that just won't let go, that, and our politicians on both sides of the aisle answer to the same masters. If dems hated her so much why did you all take it up the ass when you had evidence of DNC suppressing sanders last summer? You have no one to blame but yourselves. I say that as a trump supporter who thinks he wpuld have lost if he was against bernie.

I'll reiterate. MSM is in panic mode. The NYT is treating some little memo as gospel as if it were fact. I swear, all the antitrumpers on the left on 420/pol/ got lobotomized during the election. The kosher views espoused here are fucking ridiculous. I mean

>People like Steve Bannon himself has said he wants to dismantle the government, and only naive or crazy people think this is a good idea.

just reeks of neocon cocksucking sentiment. Funny how the left here espouse establishment talking points.
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Cyril Smallman - Wed, 17 May 2017 15:35:18 EST ID:JdLvzyVf No.392275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392274
Trump is the enemy, in addition to the old guard. Impeaching Trump (and I don't think he deserves impeachment) won't mean a thing because then the old guard is back firmly in power. Six of one, half dozen of the other. We're fucked either way.
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Jarvis Tillingway - Wed, 17 May 2017 16:23:37 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.392280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392274
>> MSM is in panic mode.
No, the MSM is reporting on how *you guys* are in panic mode. Bigly difference.
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Fuck Trotbury - Wed, 17 May 2017 20:09:09 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392274
There's a reason why Trumps approval rating is at an almost historic low and will eventually break the record. Get over it, he's terrible. You made a mistake. It's ok to accept it and move it. He used your desperation and fears against you but you are too emotionally invested to see it, and there is no one other than yourself that will cause you to see it. I am not privy to convincing you a damn thing when the information is widely available. Unfortunate for you, you wouldn't pay any mind to reports that report the facts because you were brainwashed heavily by people like Trump that use their power to line their Trump should be kicked out for joining personal business with his presidency alone. Not even mentioning the fact that he isn't mentally suitable to be president. The guy has no idea why you don't just threaten NK. Now SK and Japan are freaking out because of some fat dumbass American with no intellect took power. Because things got so miserable in the US that people had to latch on to some savior.

I thank you for admitting that Trump would have lost against Bernie. Despite how you feel about Bernie, that's up to you, but you were big enough to accept this fact. I congratulate you on this. I just wished you went a few steps further so you don't remain another victim. No i'm not concern trolling. The less people with your mentality the better. I don't entirely blame you. I blame the system that created a political class like the one you belong.


>just reeks of neocon cocksucking sentiment.

If you think destroying the fabric of modern civilization to be a good idea, then countries with no form of government should be paradises. But are they? Or are they all shit holes because they don't have a structured system built around the will of the people (as well as greedy people, no mistake about it, but nothing tinfoily). But overall, they are extensions of the peoples will, as long as no one like Steve Bannon fucks with it then its good. Or are you comfortable with the president having more and more power? Maybe we should go back to monarchy?
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Nigel Gemblefudge - Wed, 17 May 2017 20:22:32 EST ID:D3IZqUk/ No.392297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392244
Your name is very apropos. The Russian shills immediately started shilling this angle the second shit started hitting the fan with Trump. They have a habit of always accusing their opponents of doing whatever it is they themselves are doing. In this case, they're accusing the MSM of making up fake news to distract from the real story when in fact they're doing precisely that by making up the Seth Rich conspiracy to distract from the news about the Russia investigation and to make people doubt their involvement by trying to pin the whole thing on him.
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George Fillerfuck - Wed, 17 May 2017 21:55:07 EST ID:EcFsH8Dx No.392306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392260
Hillary was just fine. She knew her way around global politics, she was cool and collected as politics goes. Hillary was just hillary. She was and is qualified to be even a global leader if there were one.
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Fuck Trotbury - Wed, 17 May 2017 22:29:52 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392306
She's experienced and knowledgeable. She also has a voting record 93% similar to Bernie so the proof is in the pupping as they say. She would have been a decent president, but she did have major flaws. It's partly the fact that she only stands for principles as soon as that Richter scale ticks off to a certain percentage of the populace accepting it. The people wanted someone that would push us towards progression rather than doing the same ole' same ole'. She would have been a controversial and not very liked president because of how she is. She's an in-between sociopath (described by experts, Trump being towards the black area on the spectrum mind you) and very condescending. She is also a Wallstreet hag and would have brought us more oligarchy.

Having said that, she would have been 10 leagues ahead of Trump in competence. She knew how to play the game, so she had that going for her. Both shrewd and conniving. It would have been far easier to talk her into supporting single-payer healthcare, and universal college and other such progressive topics - Progressive for us because we are behind other first world nations - And she sure as hell would not dare kill Obamacare. Not because she cares about people but because she understands its a dumb move.

Another issue she had was she was too intellectual for many. People don't like being spoken down to.

I don't like defending her but there I go. Not a perfect assessment by any means.
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Fuck Trotbury - Wed, 17 May 2017 22:30:34 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392308
pudding. Proof is in the pupperinos, as they say.
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George Fillerfuck - Wed, 17 May 2017 22:39:02 EST ID:EcFsH8Dx No.392310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392295
>You made a mistake.
They made no mistake, they have been doing this shit for decades.
Only this time around were all basically, or possibly fucked. As you
mentioned NK, are far more powerful than could have ever been, plying footsie with the ex head of the KGB and a very powerful nuclear superpower.

Right winger need their asses kicked, imprisoned, whatever. To this day
they say, the left is soo afraid. Whatever. This is the most fucked up
situation this nation has ever faced, and many are still playing lala land.

Literally though, this group its-self, fox news, the powerful right in general
are seriously seriously concerned.

Stone cold, I mean stone cold Mitch McConnel was asked about this Russia deal and he literally flinched like this is really serious.

Republicans aren't realizing, but actually 'realize' that they have been working to create a situation that they lost control over. Yet instead of fixing the issue, are hiding from what they have finally created. The McConnel and others slogans like Defeat Democrats at any cost,
well they will pay for it, but it could really be at everybody's ex pence.
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Molly Smallfuck - Wed, 17 May 2017 23:13:00 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.392312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392274
>I'll reiterate. MSM is in panic mode.
You kidding, the MSM loves this. They were in panic mode a few years ago, but Trump has been a moneymaking godsend for them. Every silly thing he does or says brings in a ton of clicks, and when it's not him it's one of his cabinet, and when it's not them they can just churn out some more Russia fearmongering to fill time. He gives them an excuse to focus on what they want to talk about (Russia, Obamacare, Dem #resistance), ignore what they don't (Wall Street, single-payer, Dem donors) and pretend the whole time that they're the brave progressive activists battling the evil dictator. Executives get to rake in profits just when they thought they were dying, and the underpaid rank-and-file get to tell themselves they'll be the next Woodward and Bernstein.

Sad to say, but your boy has been the best thing to happen to the MSM in years. They're not panicking.
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George Fillerfuck - Thu, 18 May 2017 01:49:51 EST ID:EcFsH8Dx No.392321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392312
The Republican party is big big big news. Obamacare, the wall, those are basically dead and buried. Whatever the case, it is all news and it cannot be ignored. History has never seen
such a mess they (republicans) have created for the media since trump valiantly won.

It's freaking bizarre what the right has created.
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George Fillerfuck - Thu, 18 May 2017 02:09:19 EST ID:EcFsH8Dx No.392322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392020
I don't think pence presidency would even know what color the sky is. Who is who, what is what, how to remotely patch things back to even a chaotic state.

As it is each day trump roams as president it really is wreaking havoc on the government and the Republican party. As it is nobody is actually defending trump in any fashion other than, oh he just cannot control himself. Simple as that.
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George Fillerfuck - Thu, 18 May 2017 02:39:35 EST ID:EcFsH8Dx No.392323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392244
>No its the right thread. Go on google news. Its nothing but shrieking about
>russia and impeachment. It's a nice pipedream, but clearly MSM is
>in a state of panic.

Surely fox news and all the non-MSM, the nobodys, talk show hosts, etc,
are having a picnic without ants, right?

I know, I know, Trump and his claims about being the only president in the history of
the US to be soo persecuted after his, fake news, your fake news, memos, obama
wiretapping, nixon, his vulgar attitude to this country, firing people without reason,
the list never ends, etc. is really making media panic.

In reality it is making, I'll call it 'basic media,' soo fu***g strong. Does this make sense?

The media, talk shows, late night comedy, has an endless supply of material that cannot
be ignored, and guess what, It actually hasn't even started yet. How many days in office so
far?

Every thing he does, makes basic media far stronger than the Republican party could have
ever possibly imagined. Every situation his people put themselves into, and 'will' put
themselves into will only makes things that much more worse.
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Cedric Cruffingcheck - Thu, 18 May 2017 06:09:28 EST ID:QKUsgUcp No.392330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392020
Trump isn't going to be impeached, this crap will amount to nothing other then clickbait mongering and the dems will lose seats in 2018.
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Phyllis Goodman - Thu, 18 May 2017 06:23:13 EST ID:dYCeCNIC No.392331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392330
Since Teddy Roosevelt, the only midterm under a Republican administration in which the GOP won seats in Congress (besides 1 Senate seat, losing 12 House seats, under Nixon in '70) was at peak Mandate in 2002. Trump is a flailing retard who can't get anything through a GOP-owned Congress, expect lost Republican seats and anti-Trump factions to gain influence in the GOP
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Martin Combledale - Thu, 18 May 2017 06:33:13 EST ID:XhNMQDCV No.392332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392308
People don't like being spoken down to _by a woman_. There's a reason that here in Germany, our chancellor's nickname is literally 'Mommy'...
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Phyllis Cangerdale - Thu, 18 May 2017 11:25:44 EST ID:bGlJ7aAe No.392342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392330
He's a fucking imbecile. Telling Mexico that they are going to pay for "THE WALL"
it's supporters are imbeciles for even remotely believing it. Suddenly the taxpayers
would be paying for it.

The healthcare repeal failed. It had no backup plan to begin with. Trump said, we will get to that later. There is (was) a far more 'evil' hidden plan that is real behind it, and would fuck a lot of people, older generation folks especially. Now that was concrete, they just needed to 'repeal to replace'
to get it there. Kinda like Bush getting us into Iraq. Just needed to manipulate the people
to get us in there. Kinda like a scam artists all working as one though. People like you.

He claims Obama bugged his lair, long after his brilliant win. Long after. Yet had has nothing whatsoever.

He had his obama birth certificate deal, that disappeared after the scam had passed it usefulness.

His own party is freaking, Most high level Republicans do not want to remotely touch that
thing called Trump. Mitch McConnel the anti Democrat head zombie does not want to be his old self in anti-American politics anymore. There is no unity withing the Republican party, the
party is in chaos. Trump can never 'really' decide who to pick in his politics and many
don't want anything to do with him.

Those who side with him or his politics/policies are seeing how bad things can get real fast.

He is unstable as any politician this nation has ever seen, blago was as bad.
Putin was the head of the KGB until 1999 when it was disbanded. Trump and
his people could and cannot decide who what where why and if they have had
any ties to Russia.

It's not that he is unfit for president, it's that he is barely human in terms of being
president of the United States. Worse case scenerio, he and people like you his supporters will get us Nuked to fuck.

As well, Russia's explosion of the Reactors has enough nuclear material that can easily be
transported and dropped anywhere. Even to the US, they have Nukes as well. The sudden and strange relationship with Russia by Trump and it's supports is pretty damn troubling, as is the Trump admin and it's supports alone.

This crap, what is this crap, which crap are you talking about, an item, a few things, the administration as a whole?
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Phyllis Cangerdale - Thu, 18 May 2017 11:29:21 EST ID:bGlJ7aAe No.392343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Information cannot be disclosed as being classified or unclassified,,
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Clara Brandleford - Thu, 18 May 2017 13:24:54 EST ID:JdLvzyVf No.392344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392342
being "a fucking imbecile" is not an impeachable offense though. so until he does something provably illegal, Cedric has a point about clickbait mongering.

we'll see if anything comes of his ties to russia, but until that comes to light, there is a 0% chance his own party is going to impeach him. and even if damning evidence comes out, it's still not a certainty that the republicans of the house and senate will put their country ahead of party politics.
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Phyllis Wickleford - Thu, 18 May 2017 14:39:09 EST ID:0B9qh6RW No.392346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392344
>being "a fucking imbecile" is not an impeachable offense though
Impeachment is not a criminal trial, the president doesn't have to do anything illegal, just something the house believes warrants it.
Being an incompetent statesman surely would be an impeachable offense if it meant it would make those impeaching him look better and replace the president with someone they believe better serves their interests.
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Clara Brandleford - Thu, 18 May 2017 15:19:06 EST ID:JdLvzyVf No.392349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392346
...and you think the republicans are going to embarrass themselves by admitting their presidential candidate is an incompetent statesman?

>replace the president with someone they believe better serves their interests.
I'm also willing to bet a lot of Republicans feel their interests are being served by Trump. Rich guys are getting richer and poor white folks feel that Trump is reducing the number of brown people in their country, and that feeling is worth more to them than any dollar amount. That's pretty much the republican core base.
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Nell Clerringhall - Thu, 18 May 2017 15:24:32 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.392350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392346
Broad based impeachment would legally center on the idea that he violated his oath of office to serve and protect the US. It's so nebulous that it could mean anything, and is an entirely subjective judgement, but that's ok. That's how checks and balances are supposed to work.
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Jack Trotville - Thu, 18 May 2017 19:10:27 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.392357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You know what is fucked up?
Nobody is calling for Crooked Hillary to be impeached.
Sad. Unfair.
Witchhunt.
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Fuck Trotbury - Thu, 18 May 2017 19:57:08 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392344
>there is a 0% chance his own party is going to impeach him

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/05/08/how-trump-could-get-fired

Recommended article on the subject. Impeachment is largely a political move. If Trump becomes a net negative, and I would claim he is, to the Republican party then they will toss him under the bus.
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Oliver Crashwell - Thu, 18 May 2017 20:02:11 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392349
>I'm also willing to bet a lot of Republicans feel their interests are being served by Trump. Rich guys are getting richer

It's better to do this sort of thing when it's so obvious and pissing off a lot of people. Including even Ex-Trump people and the Republican party. It's better to embarrass themselves than to lose for the next ten years. His approval rating is so low that it undoubtedly is affecting Republicans. The people are more politically charged now than ever. Even with Republicans ruling congress, they can't get the most important bills passed. Imagine having that much control and still flunking. It's worse for Republicans to do nothing.
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Beatrice Dobblemetch - Thu, 18 May 2017 20:56:32 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.392368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392359
Naw....
Trust me, the Dems will find a way to fuck this up in all sorts of ways...
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Edward Chummerwater - Thu, 18 May 2017 21:28:40 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.392369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392368
It's really just a contest of whose incompetence will give out first.
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Jack Goodforth - Thu, 18 May 2017 22:48:39 EST ID:/E+MXMXk No.392371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392358
>If Trump becomes a net negative, and I would claim he is, to the Republican
>party then they will toss him under the bus.

He has tossed the republican party under the bus. He has tossed the people under the bus, he has tossed the integrity of the entire nation under the bus.
If he is not impeached it would be an injustice likely never seen before in this nation in recent times.
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Jack Goodforth - Thu, 18 May 2017 23:06:36 EST ID:/E+MXMXk No.392372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392368
Naw, Dems have direction, discipline. They are not fragmented to fuck like the Republican party is today. Like this, before Trump, republicans had unity, an awkward and strange common direction but did have direction as worthless
as it was. With Trump, even Mitch McConnell is totally lost in the mass splintered chaos that is now the Republican party.

The 'everything' that were to happen is buried in confusion. The wall, immigration, healthcare repeal and reform. Job stealing china is
buried. The punch a democrat in the nose is really turned around
a thousand fold. The fake news, is kicking the shit out of Republicans
by one man, Trump. Fox news I assume has a fatal burden they
have never felt before.

If there is a way Dems can fuck anything up I would like to hear any
even outlandish scenario and try to apply it is any fashion I would
like to hear one possibility, aside from letting the crooked Trump
off the hook. Remember, he is messing with one nuclear superpower,
he has a way of just fucking with nations is a way never seen before.
Nkorea, of course we don't wan't them to have nukes, Trump has a
way of possibly getting us nuked more than any other 'leader' ever.
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Oliver Crashwell - Thu, 18 May 2017 23:35:12 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.392375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392371
I agree with your strong sentiments.

It's just happens that the right wanted to use him to fulfill their goals. A useful idiot, but they are realizing that he's a runaway rabid dog. It's a matter of time before they have to decide the fate of their careers and the party or going against him. Some care about the country, but a good deal many are either crazy or abusers of the system.
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Jack Goodforth - Thu, 18 May 2017 23:36:24 EST ID:/E+MXMXk No.392376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392369
>It's really just a contest of whose incompetence will give out first

The incompetence has already been fully established.
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William Snodshit - Fri, 19 May 2017 05:20:12 EST ID:HDA9kP9K No.392385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392372
The only discipline the democrat party currently has involves all of them shouting "MUH RUSSIA" like trained circus animals. There is no real opposition to all the nasty shit the GOP wants to do or is doing. Just endless bitching about russian collusion with no real evidence provided for the accusations in question.
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Lydia Beppernut - Fri, 19 May 2017 07:45:09 EST ID:V72b4f8a No.392386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392385
Exactly. there is plenty of legit problems to levy aginst Trump but this russian thing though.
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Rebecca Cammlebury - Fri, 19 May 2017 13:24:30 EST ID:+NSAEK8g No.392396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a feeling that after everything is said and done, Rex Tillerson might end up becoming president, creating the ultimate punch line in modern politics.

>Forced by his wife to accept the secretary of state position
>Suddenly becomes president because everyone else in the administration went to jail for treason
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Alice Bardbury - Fri, 19 May 2017 15:09:19 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.392398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392386
It's just the low-hanging fruit. If the russia angle were truly and thoroughly debunked, people would move on to other avenues.
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Phyllis Goodman - Fri, 19 May 2017 15:11:45 EST ID:QKxTKVa1 No.392399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392386
this is a pervasive theme in press-circus politics. It's just like the "Benghazi" meme against Hillary—endless investigations and several hearings all turned up nothing, and yet the assumption persisted, that evil corrupt insider Hillary was at fault for the attack, and the Republicans who had demonized her for twenty years were letting her off easy. Trump says "Benghazi," and his fans fill in the blanks. Now, if the questions had been as to why we should have destroyed the Libyan state in the first place, so soon after making all the same mistake in Iraq, Hillary might have had a harder time answering for herself—but naturally that didn't come up, because it was doctrinaire neocons asking the questions, and the American people have an unshakeable faith in the justifiability of regime change as a goal of intervention.
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Albert Bommerdock - Fri, 19 May 2017 16:24:36 EST ID:MFFFM7Uo No.392402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392399

I agree completely. Thank you for your opinion
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Oliver Hurrypun - Fri, 19 May 2017 16:39:40 EST ID:lGv/X/N+ No.392403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392399

Yea but let's be honest Gaddafi was a faggot
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Beatrice Dobblemetch - Fri, 19 May 2017 17:45:15 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.392404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392403
Hey, remember when our President rented Ghaddafi a house?
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Shitting Nimblebirk - Fri, 19 May 2017 21:16:43 EST ID:WJ1QA1Wm No.392409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392385
>"MUH RUSSIA"

Oh you speak Russian?

What is the nasty shit the GOP wants to do or is doing that you speak of? Do you know? What are the accusations in question? Do you know? freakin 'average' dufus
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Nell Fonkintack - Fri, 19 May 2017 21:26:42 EST ID:0B9qh6RW No.392410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392409
>What is the nasty shit the GOP wants to do or is doing that you speak of? Do you know? What are the accusations in question?
Just generic republican shit; cut funding for public schooling/reallocate funds to voucher schools, cut taxes for the rich in favor of regressive taxes and cuts to social programs, increase military spending, decrease industrial regulation, cut healthcare funding, consolidate power, decrease access to abortion, decrease access to birth control, decrease access to education, decrease workers rights, decrease union's ability to bargain, etc.
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Shitting Nimblebirk - Fri, 19 May 2017 23:41:30 EST ID:WJ1QA1Wm No.392413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392410
Oh, in other words their ongoing 'picnic' got ants, then got rained out. Good-

It's been a long time coming till they finally got caught in the rain and mud
on their shoes.


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