Another guy with good hair density. I can't even watch/believe anything he says.
I don't even know him, and already I think he's full of shit. Do I even need
You should watching people like Jackson Galaxy, not people who have
hair like Brad Pitt.
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I strongly disagree with this. Democratic societies have a moral obligation to follow the rules and laws that we have established. We shouldn't just stop following laws whenever it inconveniences us. Remember, the argument that it's OK to break laws for a grander purpose is also used by groups that we strongly disagree with such as ANTIFA,extreme right groups, terrorists, etc. All those groups have a different definition of what the grander purpose is. If we disagree with a law or rule, then we should change it after discussions/debates and then voting on it. That's how democracies work. Remember, our ultimate commitment is to the well being of society, not to an individual or political party.
As far as president Trump is concerned, If he really did commit an impeachable offense, then he should be impeached. As simple as that. Whether he committed an impeachable offense or not is a different issue. I don't have enough knowledge of law to determine that. People far more knowledge than me in law are debating it and are conducting an investigation. I trust them to make the right decision.
If president Trump does get impeached however, I will be really sad and disappointed. In my opinion, he has done a lot of good for the country. I really want him to win the next election.
A lot of Republicans are starting to get on board with this. You should read some of his texts, there is some hint about money and other
This is not like Russia, which turned out to be a complete sham. Ukraine is easy to prove, and Donald admitted to finding
dirt on his opponent.
This is Cris Tucker, a man who is admired by many conservatives (think @That Guy
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news ... -good-idea
Mitt Romney has said he supports impeachment. Romney is viewed as a moderate, and would actually have much more appeal
to Democrats than Trump. Romney supported Obamacare, and even had his own version Universal Health Care when he
ran for President. He has never changed his position, and always has been outspoken about it.
It's true that 95% of Democrats are on board with a Trump impeachment. Donald has gone so far to the right (pro life, anti
healthcare, anti LGBT rights (military)), as a result Democrats have always hated him. There's only 5% (might even be less now)
that don't believe he should be impeached. It's not just about 2016 either, it's about his far right wing policies.
Rick Perry just resigned his post, so it looks like Trump has two primary challengers.
If Trump didn't get involved in this Ukraine mess, he would have had a perfect chance of winning 2020. He really didn't need to
go down this road. I actually hate Biden, and can't stand him. Delaware is a huge mess, both economically and on other levels
as well. In addition it is one of the smallest states in the U.S.