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Post Reply can trump, when he gets in office, immediately get impeached?
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This thread is dumb the question is dumb and she bought into whoever is fear mongering. SHORT ANSWER IS NO!!! UNLESS HE DOES SOMETHING REALLY CRIMINAL AND STUPID WHICH IS UNLIKELY.


the ones rioting bought into the fear mongering, not me

im asking because, taking the rioting into consideration that I cant see going away, I can see a similar issue with trump like Hillary in the sense that they will try and find something to qualify him to be impeached, kinda how liberals kept saying "you are digging for nothing"
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IMPEACHING TRUMP WOULD BE A HORRIBLE IDEA!!! Because then Pence would be pres and he is a controllable neo-con with a republican house and senate. Think George Bush with less brain......... please don't make that mistake. Let the guy do his job.


^. While I am afraid of what Trump might do I am most certainly afraid of what Pence WILL do.



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When Obama took office did republicans cry this much and act this crazy no, maybe try to act more mature for starters, this is what the United States has chosen try just try to act more mature.


You have a very poor memory.
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AlxTr wrote:
IMPEACHING TRUMP WOULD BE A HORRIBLE IDEA!!! Because then Pence would be pres and he is a controllable neo-con with a republican house and senate. Think George Bush with less brain......... please don't make that mistake. Let the guy do his job.


^. While I am afraid of what Trump might do I am most certainly afraid of what Pence WILL do.



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When Obama took office did republicans cry this much and act this crazy no, maybe try to act more mature for starters, this is what the United States has chosen try just try to act more mature.


You have a very selective memory.


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gotcha291 wrote:
When Obama took office did republicans cry this much and act this crazy no, maybe try to act more mature for starters, this is what the United States has chosen try just try to act more mature.


You have a very poor memory.


No doubt . . . I remember the Republicans burning effigies of Obama hanging from posts at their protests ...back in 2008

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How many Republicans where looting and rioting and walking out of schools throwing a temper tantrum like the children they are or burning US flags that Americans fought and died for ? I'm not sure if you have a poor memory or an empty space where your brain should be but if you want to leave get out.
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gotcha291 wrote:
maybe try to act more mature for starters, this is what the United States has chosen try just try to act more mature.
and the neocons are saying that when Trump himself kept whining about how the elections were rigged

(when it turns out they were rigged - in his favour)



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IllIllIIlIllIlIllIlIlIlI wrote:

You're going to see a lot of stupid articles for the next few months years.


.......and ironically, lots of fear-mongering articles with headlines that are interspersed with

"Scary"
"Afraid"
"Nightmare"

etc


Lol yes it's hilarious
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gotcha291 wrote:

When Obama took office did republicans cry this much and act this crazy no, maybe try to act more mature for starters, this is what the United States has chosen try just try to act more mature.


Nah, all they did was meet in a backroom somewhere and decide they would keep the government from functioning so he wouldn't get anything done, and thus wouldn't get re-elected... not sure what their justification was after he got elected though, seeing as they made it function even less.

In other words they actually tried to break the government so he couldn't actually act as a president, which is why he had to use executive orders so often. I mean come on, I may have dis-agreed with conservatives, but I wouldn't have kept the government from functioning unless they elected a racist, bigoted, Sexist, Jew hating, Demagogue... oh wait, they just did!


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How many Republicans where looting and rioting and walking out of schools throwing a temper tantrum like the children they are or burning US flags that Americans fought and died for ? I'm not sure if you have a poor memory or an empty space where your brain should be but if you want to leave get out.


So you only cared about the flag? as far as you're concerned the people should all leave? How about this, I'll give you a Confederate flag, and you can go and live on a deserted island.

Seriously though, they (The Veterans) fought to protect the US CONSTITUTION, AND IT"S AMENDMENTS. I'm mad too, though I'm not trashing my neighborhood, that for 6 years the Republicans ignored their Constitutional duties and actively went out of their way to defund specific Laws of the Land thru the budget, going so far as to ignore their most basic duty PASSING THE DAMN BUDGET!!! and now some uneducated hicks thought a Businessman whose company has declared Bankruptcy 4 TIMES, and usually screwed his employees doing it.
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America chose our president burning our flag is considered treason get out of our country!
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Let's not forget 43 presidents put our deficit to 10 trillion one doubled it.
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Then there was the moaning before that from Democrats when Bush got elected both times, especially after the Florida debacle...

It's depressingly fashionable in both parties to moan that the world is ending whenever their candidate loses.


Except he ignored key Intelligence officials about Al-queda being an Imminent threat, which, had he listened, could possibly had stopped or Mitigated the damage of 9/11.

And He lied to Congress about WMD's in Iraq dragging us into a war we didn't need, and destabilizing the region, which probably caused Isis more than anything else.

And He signed the patriot Act into law, being the biggest invasion of privacy and ignoring of due process ever.

And he should have never been president since he lost the popular vote.... which Trump also lost, and yet still won the presidency.


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Let's not forget 43 presidents put our deficit to 10 trillion one doubled it.


Again, mostly bush. Bill Clinton had actually gotten us out of debt during his presidency, bush's wars put us back into it.


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America chose our president burning our flag is considered treason get out of our country!


Actually it's covered under freedom of speech. there was an amendment that never passed that tried to make it a crime, but again, it never passed, and if it had it still would have been a question mark since we've never resolved if amendments can trump other amendments. The fight for marriage equality is the only time it's actually been decided, one way or the other (Equal Protection under the law (14th Amendment) trumped Freedom of Religion (1st Amendment) which made sense since the 1st amendment has always had the "so long as it doesn't interfere with another person's freedoms" interpretation.)
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Who cares, it doesn't even matter if he does, this train has left the station. It really isn't about Trump in the wider sense, the right wing populist movements are gaining traction world wide and are recognized on the biggest stage with this win. If he were to get impeached it would only add fuel to the fire and a similar candidate would appear in due time with an even more energized movement. What people should be watching now is how this affects Marine Le Pen, the German AFD, and Austria's upcoming election. I think a lot of people like myself who felt they were accurate with the current state of affairs but not entirely sure just had some real confirmation come through with this vote.


This is a false equivalency. Are people crying about Trump for the wrong reason? Yes. But Trump will destroy not only the U.S. economy, but the world economy. If you want a preview of what a Trump preview will be like, move to Kansas. Unfortunately, Brownback is a potential Trump cabinet member, so may god help us all.


It's not a false equivalency, I get so tired of people learning speech 101 phrases like "strawman argument" and "false equivalency" and wanting to neatly and perfectly throw people's entire opinions under the umbrella of one. You have no idea whether trump will or won't help the economy, no one does, economists are improbable theorists on their best day. We do know he just lambasted Clinton campaign with a fraction of the budget or media collusion. How did that happen? Was it the PC hating right wing movements that are an observable trend, did he just simply and utterly outplay the Clinton campaign and conglomerates, or is America just as racist and misogynistic as the liberal media say and are so keen to pin his success on? I know which one I and many others think, and it is not the third option.


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Yes it is a false equivalency. Obama has proven to help the terrible economy he inherited, Trump will destroy it. You want to know how Trump will affect the economy? Look at Kansas. Sam Brownback has been governor and has absolutely destroyed the economy, and he isn't talking about defaulting on U.S. debts.

If it comes to believing every economic projection on a Trump presidency, or you, I'll go with the economists thank you very much.
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If he is found to commit a crime, yes.
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Except he ignored key Intelligence officials about Al-queda being an Imminent threat, which, had he listened, could possibly had stopped or Mitigated the damage of 9/11.

And He lied to Congress about WMD's in Iraq dragging us into a war we didn't need, and destabilizing the region, which probably caused Isis more than anything else.

And He signed the patriot Act into law, being the biggest invasion of privacy and ignoring of due process ever.

And he should have never been president since he lost the popular vote.... which Trump also lost, and yet still won the presidency.

Yes, yes. He was a bad president. You're missing the point: The country is still here. Worse off for his presidency, sure, but still here. I'm referring to the people that were moaning like the sky was falling and the world was doomed when he was elected.

As for never being president. That's only relevant if we elected presidents by popular vote. We don't.
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