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  1. about 2 months ago on Doonesbury

    No, it was newsworthy to find someone who didn’t vote for 45 in 2016 but was going to in 2020.

  2. about 2 months ago on Doonesbury

    They know that if they rule in 45’s favor, no president will ever be required to show their tax returns, and they want to be able to have the option for future Democratic presidents. As horrible as the Robert’s Court has become, that’s not a line he’s willing to cross.

  3. 3 months ago on Doonesbury

    You mean that he wouldn’t have been guilty of anything if he had just (checks notes) let the investigations go forward? Guess he should have thought of that first.

    When investigations of the Obama administration were done, and absolutely nothing was found worth charging (Clinton emails) or absolutely nothing (Benghazi, IRS), the Obama administration somehow managed to not obstruct justice. Maybe 45 should just let the investigations go forward then. An innocent man has nothing to fear from an investigation, right? If you’re right, and nothing is found, it will be his enemies who will look bad.

    Except that now he has clearly admitted to an impeachable offense. Article II, Section 4: The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

  4. 3 months ago on Doonesbury

    But plenty of obstruction. Ten counts. For which 45 would have been indicted if he had been anyone except the sitting president.

    And no collusion was found because the relevant statute requires knowing that it was illegal, not just doing it. In other words, they were so stupid, they didn’t realize it was illegal.

  5. 3 months ago on Doonesbury

    You could be right. We are talking about a guy who once cashed a check for 13¢.

  6. 4 months ago on Doonesbury

    “the jackboots of tyrannical government thugs”?

    You do realize that reduced lead has a statistically significant correlation with reduced violent crime, right? I’d say that was in societies’ best interest.

    Was it “the jackboots of tyrannical government thugs” who ended slavery in the U.S.? Who gave women the vote? Who ended “separate but equal”? Who went to the moon? None of those would have happened if the government hadn’t stepped in.

    And I’m not saying everything the government does is automatically good; that would be absurd. Our present government demonstrates that quite well: the Muslim ban, making asylum more difficult, child separation, elevating religious thought over other people’s rights, making abortion illegal in all instances, etc.

  7. 4 months ago on Doonesbury

    What a remarkable level of privilege you are demonstrating. “I can’t get what I want, therefore nobody gets anything.”

  8. 4 months ago on Doonesbury

    The version I heard was “The vodka is fine, but the meat stinks.”

  9. 4 months ago on Doonesbury

    Like auto companies worried so much about the buggy whip manufacturers.

    Besides, if the process of industry abandons oil and gas, that’s just the invisible hand of the market at work. Are you saying that we should continue using oil and gas, that government should subsidize it, when the market says, “No, thanks.”

  10. 4 months ago on Doonesbury

    While he is still in office, he has the power to pardon himself for everything federal. Give a listen to the @openargs podcast:

    But don’t take legal advice from a podcast.™