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    #31
    Also Bernie is going to win the nomination and the presidency. Media is getting this completely wrong just like they did in 2016. "Electability" is a joke invented by the corporate class.

    There are too many candidates to screw Bernie like they did last time. He's going to pick up too much momentum before Bloomberg, Warren, and Mayor Pete drop out to support Biden.

    Populist politics are a fact of life now for both sides of the aisle, because populism is arguably an objective worldview.

    Save the date comrades! On election night, we take our first real step forward in decades.

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      #32
      Originally posted by Tramirezmma View Post
      My name is Travis, Bill. You know that.

      You coming to Austin this summer? I'd love to discuss what side you're on and lots of other things you have said in a more personal setting.
      Really?

      And here I thought that you didn't like me.

      I had no idea that you were so sociable.

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        #33
        Originally posted by Tramirezmma View Post
        Also Bernie is going to win the nomination and the presidency. Media is getting this completely wrong just like they did in 2016. "Electability" is a joke invented by the corporate class.

        There are too many candidates to screw Bernie like they did last time. He's going to pick up too much momentum before Bloomberg, Warren, and Mayor Pete drop out to support Biden.

        Populist politics are a fact of life now for both sides of the aisle, because populism is arguably an objective worldview.

        Save the date comrades! On election night, we take our first real step forward in decades.
        Not a chance.

        The Democratic Party power brokers have already decided that Bernie Sanders will never be President.

        They decided that last election, during the nomination process, and they have signaled in the lead up to this election that their position has not changed.

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          #34
          Here's the plan:

          Impeach, and remove, late in the game. Pence will have no opportunity to mount a campaign.

          Anyone > Trump/Pence. If Bernie starts polling higher, he will be the man. I really don't think they care, other than having their guy in. That's the danger, some of their candidates are truly radical.
          Consider for a moment that there is no meme about brown-haired, brown-eyed step children.

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            #35
            Originally posted by submessenger View Post
            Here's the plan:

            Impeach, and remove, late in the game. Pence will have no opportunity to mount a campaign.

            Anyone > Trump/Pence. If Bernie starts polling higher, he will be the man. I really don't think they care, other than having their guy in. That's the danger, some of their candidates are truly radical.
            Trump is not getting removed for his very real crimes because the RNC gives exactly zero fucks about the constitution or the integrity of the republic. It's all about winning now.

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              #36
              Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
              Trump is not getting removed for his very real crimes because the RNC gives exactly zero fucks about the constitution or the integrity of the republic. It's all about winning now.
              What crimes?

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                #37
                Originally posted by hungryjoe View Post
                What crimes?
                You mean aside from raping the emoluments clause to death and obstruction of Congress by refusing to honor subpoenas he doesn't like this undermining our entire system of Congressional oversight that is a key part of our system of checks and balances that is supposed to protect our co-equal branches of government? Not much I guess.

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                  #38
                  Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
                  You mean aside from raping the emoluments clause to death and obstruction of Congress by refusing to honor subpoenas he doesn't like this undermining our entire system of Congressional oversight that is a key part of our system of checks and balances that is supposed to protect our co-equal branches of government? Not much I guess.
                  Your lack of knowledge on the law is showing.

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                    #39
                    Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
                    You mean aside from raping the emoluments clause to death and obstruction of Congress by refusing to honor subpoenas he doesn't like this undermining our entire system of Congressional oversight that is a key part of our system of checks and balances that is supposed to protect our co-equal branches of government? Not much I guess.
                    We covered all of this on the podcast, last night, btw.
                    Consider for a moment that there is no meme about brown-haired, brown-eyed step children.

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                      #40
                      Originally posted by hungryjoe View Post
                      Your lack of knowledge on the law is showing.
                      Last I checked you can't just ignore Congressional subpoenas because you don't like them.

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                        #41
                        Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
                        Last I checked you can't just ignore Congressional subpoenas because you don't like them.
                        When was the last time you were the chief executive of a country asserting the separation of powers? The Dems couldn't be bothered to wait for a court ruling. You know this. Or not.

                        That charge doesn't hold constitutional muster.

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                          #42
                          Originally posted by submessenger View Post
                          We covered all of this on the podcast, last night, btw.
                          I don't listen to podcast. I work, eat, lift, and shitpost. Everything else is largely unimportant to my existence.

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                            #43
                            Originally posted by hungryjoe View Post
                            When was the last time you were the chief executive of a country asserting the separation of powers? The Dems couldn't be bothered to wait for a court ruling. You know this. Or not.

                            That charge doesn't hold constitutional muster.
                            Ah yes. To criticize the president you must literally walk a mile in his shoes. For what it's worth I think this executive privilege shit has gone way to far. Obama and Bush pushed it way past where it should have stopped. Thank that rat bastard Scalia and his bullshit unitary executive theory for that. I hope he's having a miserable time in hell.

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                              #44
                              Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
                              Ah yes. To criticize the president you must literally walk a mile in his shoes. For what it's worth I think this executive privilege shit has gone way to far. Obama and Bush pushed it way past where it should have stopped. Thank that rat bastard Scalia and his bullshit unitary executive theory for that. I hope he's having a miserable time in hell.
                              The elected leader of a democratic nation should have a mechanism to get their mandated policy into law largely unhindered .

                              Trump promised his voters a wall , he got elected , he should be able to build his wall .

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                                #45
                                Originally posted by PDA View Post
                                The elected leader of a democratic nation should have a mechanism to get their mandated policy into law largely unhindered .

                                Trump promised his voters a wall , he got elected , he should be able to build his wall .
                                Checks and balances. If you weren't cucked by parliament and the crown you would understand that.

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