Steve Kelley for December 06, 2019


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    cageywayne Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Oh, Steve. Please don’t try to use Turley in any argument on the Constitution or impeachment. He already has more positions than a chessboard. All different. He may be a Constitutional Scholar, but his opinion depends on the party in question.

    He has no judicial integrity. You did watch the hearings, right?

    I’m aware you cannot accept the function of the Constitution. It is obvious to everyone that the GOP would like to be rid of it. It is contrary to their ambitions. But, that is what it is here for, after all. Of course, we all choose what we want to believe, but it doesn’t necessarily make us right. Damn facts!

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    Dtroutma Premium Member about 1 year ago

    As Bonespurs and Barr are in court because they want to resume executions next week.

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    Concretionist  about 1 year ago

    Sigh. You do something illegal. You get caught. The people who catch you are not just wrong, they’re a lynch mob. R-i-g-h-t ! (wing).

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    hermit48  about 1 year ago

    The third branch, now packed to the rafters with unqualified political hacks confirmed for life by Moscow Mitch.

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    EdMeiller Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Doesn’t Kelley ever get tired of being such a Kelley?

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    PraiseofFolly  about 1 year ago

    I can picture Trump watching Turkey testify, like Krazy Kat with little hearts floating around his head, murmuring, “L’l angel!”

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    cdward  about 1 year ago

    “If you decide that certain acts do not rise to impeachable offenses, you will expand the space for executive conduct."— Jonathan Turley 1998

    “While there’s a high bar for what constitutes grounds for impeachment, an offense does not have to be indictable.” — Jonathan Turley 2014

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    Librarylady  about 1 year ago

    I have never read/heard/seen a non-Republican promote violence, especially not a lynching. I have, however, read/heard/seen plenty of conservatives (I include alt-right nutcases.) promote violence and threats.

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    grange  about 1 year ago

    Lynching is, by definition, bypassing due process. Kelley is trying to say that due process is not due process.

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    mourdac Premium Member about 1 year ago

    This strip would be apropos for a nation in which the elected head of state is overthrown by force, not by one still working by constitutional principles. How little you think of the United States of America, Skelley.

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    retpost  about 1 year ago

    In his opening statement and in some of his answers Turley said; all the witnesses a have not testified. There in lies the problem. Those who know the facts have yet to appear. Nancy is rushing things.

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    jhayesd31  about 1 year ago

    Wiat Wait…. Where have i seen him before…….

    He is the guy that testified that Clinton’s BJ was an “Existential threat to the republic”

    Wow that takes some balls. to shift your position THAT Far

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    DrDon1  about 1 year ago

    Here, Kelley continues his quest to be both juvenile and dishonest! This impeachment inquiry is a serious matter which should not be the target of derision by the GOP ‘clown cavalcade!’

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    ndblackirish97  about 1 year ago

    Yep and McConnell has been deliberately and successfully stacking that 3rd federal branch called the Judicial with unqualified political hacks that will be loyal to radical conservative ideology and lobbying money and not enforcement of laws.

    By the way, folks should go back and watch Turley’s testimony during Clinton’s impeachment. Back then he felt lying about a consensual affair was an abuse of office that is impeachable yet today asking a foreign government to investigate one’s political rival and withholding congressional approved aid isn’t impeachable cause he and his dog are mad about the allegations.

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    benjamineyal  about 1 year ago

    I just want to say that the use of this imagery is more than a touch insensitive.

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    DrDon1  about 1 year ago

    @benjamineyal — Sadly, Kelley may not care that such imagery is cruel — Nothing is too extreme when it comes to defending #45!

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    kentmarx36  about 1 year ago

    The hearings into impeachment of the Weasel showed the Republican lack of respect and adherence to the CONSTITUTION. They could only find one legal scholar willing to speak for them and he didn’t object to the impeachment process, but lamely said the House had to make sure any charges against the Weasel had to stick.

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    mr_sherman Premium Member about 1 year ago

    While I (and others) have stated that we would like to see him offed in various ways, in reality (a foreign term to rethuglicans), I just want that thing and his minions to crawl back under the headstone they came from and let the country try to heal from the damage they caused.

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Here is the Russian loving right wing insulting the real Americans.

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