Jeff Danziger for September 19, 2023

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    Flashaaway  3 months ago

    As overt an abuse of power that you can get. Watch out it’ll spread like wildfire now they know they can get away with it.

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    braindead Premium Member 3 months ago

    Republicans seriously admire Republican law breakers. Alpha males.

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    Erse IS better  3 months ago

    Their oath of office means as much to them as that smelly spot on the bottom of their shoe. But what can you do? Vote Blue all the way through!

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    The republican criminal gang.

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    SHIVA  3 months ago

    Trump must be so proud of his spawn!!!

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    fairportfan  3 months ago

    Are any of us {beside myself} aware of the “Pogo” sequence called “Pogo in Pandemonia”?

    It featured a cantaur who was a caricature of Lyndon Johnson as “The Loan Arranger” … that was a reference to Billie Sol Estes, as i recall.

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    Direwolf  3 months ago

    In texas the law only applies to liberals

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    mourdac Premium Member 3 months ago

    Paxton still faces federal charges for the actions which led to his impeachment and for SEC charges and a disciplinary hearing for his role in the 2020 election.

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    tpcox928  3 months ago

    Laws? We don’t need no laws!

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    The Nodding Head  3 months ago

    Know this, America: Republican criminals and traitors are innocent criminals and traitors.

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    davidthoms1  3 months ago

    That was impeachment. He still faces criminal charges!

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    gammaguy  3 months ago

    I hear that there was a call to lynch him, until it was pointed out that Lynchburg is in Virginia, not Texas.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 3 months ago

    Remember, IOKIFYAAR. It’s Okay If You Are A Republican!!

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    rossevrymn  3 months ago

    74,000,000, of which a sizeable portion of your are Texan, are you REALLY proud of this action?:

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 3 months ago

    “Pro-Paxton forces paid social media influencers to defend the attorney general,” Axios reported. One Republican strategist said that the “team” had a “very well-defined target audience … no different than a confirmation battle.”

    A large majority of House Republicans supported the impeachment of Paxton, but only two Republican senators voted to convict him. Axios asked how something like that could happen.

    The top GOP strategist claimed, “We didn’t care what the MSM [mainstream media] said.” The strategist said that the only point was firing up the grassroots and using far-right sites such as National Pulse, Post Millennial, and things they deemed “more valuable than any harm an A1 NYT story could do.”

    While that kind of strategy sounded good, the truth is that Republicans were threatened with losing their jobs.

    “It was made clear to Texas GOP senators that they’d face a very well-funded primary opponent in their next election if they voted to impeach,” said Axios.

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    morningglory73 Premium Member 3 months ago

    It’s a private club. If you belong you’re above the law.

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    BB71  3 months ago

    What laws did AG Paxton break?

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    B 8671  3 months ago

    I don’t see why this is any surprise for two reasons, #1; He is a sycophant to the governor who is a modern day version of General Antonio López de Santa Anna and #2: If a Democrat did this, they would not only be out of office but in jail before the day was over.

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    piper_gilbert  3 months ago

    And we all watched it happen. Wow! Shameless. Texas stinks.

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    paranormal  3 months ago

    He’s guilty as sin. He thinks he doesn’t have to abide by the rules the common person does.

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    Egjen Skis Premium Member 3 months ago

    I almost feel sorry for the Bush Republican staffers who were thrown under the bus for being responsible citizens and blowing the whistle on such flagrant corruption. They have been ostracized by their peers and “RINOs” all for simply attempting to do the morally right thing and protect the rule of law. They deserved better. I can’t wait to see one of their op-eds or books reflecting on this whole sordid and deeply saddening affair. I am reminded that healthy democracy can only exist when the majority of the participants support the rule of law and the shared morals of a civil society.

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    nyg16  3 months ago

    just more corruption in texASS

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    Fuzzy Kombu  3 months ago

    Geez, kind of an insult to the late Jay Silverheels.

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    Nantucket Premium Member 3 months ago

    PACs that support Kevin Paxton “donated” (bribed) $3 MILLION to the TX Lt. Gov. who was acting judge because of being the president of the Senate.

    Citizens United needs to be reversed ASAP.

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    Scoutmaster77  3 months ago

    Now the Feds have a chance to serve justice…

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    Night-Gaunt49[Bozo is Boffo]  3 months ago

    And that seals the fate of Texas to never be fully blue.

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 3 months ago

    The horses look angry.

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    Rich Douglas  3 months ago

    “Tonto” means “idiot” in Spanish.

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