Half of Americans now want to Impeach the Current Administration


Cannuck
No Party Affiliation
#121
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

So you like the idea that your heroes bill and hitlary gave north Korea the nuclear reactors and materials back in the 90s, and the CIA also created the current china who loves euthenasia, and who backs NK?
...and now we are facing WW3 over it
not to mention luvin on UNtrudoh who has signed up with the NEONAZIs in Ukraine

what does that make you?

besides awfully effing dumb?

I don't give a shyte about the Clintons. That's your issue.

Quote: Originally Posted by TwilaView Post

It's Official: The FBI Is Investigating Trump's Links to Russia

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics...russia/520134/ (external - login to view)

It's official. Trump admits he's not qualified to be president.
 
petros
+1
#122
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Pussy? You still in junior high?

Were you a pussy back then too?
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#123
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

I don't give a shyte about the Clintons. That's your issue.
It's official. Trump admits he's not qualified to be president.

niether are you

no it's your issue
but keep up the same ol recycled snowflake crybaby schtick
its Hitlariuos dearie

HILLARY CLINTON DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE WHAT THIS MAN SAID ON FOX NEWS MOMENTS AGO… SHE’S OVER!
Last edited by Danbones; 2 weeks ago at 05:14 PM..
 
MHz
+1
#124
That the same half who see the old admin as not doing anything immoral or illegal??
 
petros
+1
#125
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Poor Danbones. She can't get over her saltiness at Trump's epically dysfunctional administration and has to keep bringing up the Clintons. Trumpites are the only ones that still think the Clintons are relevant

Who is relevant to you? Dr Ballard?
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#126

Disturbing Message To All Americans From Ex Defense Minister Of Canada
Published on Mar 17, 2017
EX-Defence Minister Paul T Hellyer spills the beans ...

here you go....you don't get it?

what eva

[ note the titles of the books in the background...like the Franklin scandal...eh cannuckie]
 
petros
#127
Hellyer is senile and irrelevant.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#128
"there is a government inside the government and I don't control it" - bill clinton

think what ever the fukk you want to

I know you don't know
 
petros
#129
He is still senile regardless of Clinton mentioning a "Govt within a Govt".

Lobbyist are what he was talking about
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#130
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

He is still senile regardless of Clinton mentioning a "Govt within a Govt".

Lobbyist are what he was talking about

think what ever you want to
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#131
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Poor Danbones. She can't get over her saltiness at Trump's epically dysfunctional administration and has to keep bringing up the Clintons. Trumpites are the only ones that still think the Clintons are relevant


Poor F**King Cannuck, he can't get over what he discerns as being other people's petty concerns...............any with half a brain or mature mentality has much "bigger fish to fry" to occupy his time!
 
Cannuck
No Party Affiliation
#132
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Poor F**King Cannuck, he can't get over what he discerns as being other people's petty concerns...............any with half a brain or mature mentality has much "bigger fish to fry" to occupy his time!

When I have bigger fish to fry, I don't spend a lot of time here allowing you to entertain me. It's rather sad that so many of you simpletons take this place serious but on the plus side, you have provided me with hours of entertainment.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+2
#133
Then there's the other half:
Every story I have read about Trump supporters in the past week

By Alexandra Petri (external - login to view) April 4


Since Donald Trump’s approval rating now looks like something that got stuck to the bottom of my shoe, I joined the flood of journalists who went to Real America to gloat see how the Trump supporters are getting along.
In the shadow of the old flag factory, Craig Slabornik sits whittling away on a rusty nail, his only hobby since the plant shut down. He is an American like millions of Americans, and he has no regrets about pulling the lever for Donald Trump in November — twice, in fact, which Craig says is just more evidence of the voter fraud plaguing the country. Craig is a contradiction, but he does not know it.
Each morning he arrives at the Blue Plate Diner and tries to make sense of it all. The regulars are already there. Lydia Borkle lives in an old shoe in the tiny town of Tempe Work Only, Ariz., where the factory has just rusted away into a pile of gears and dust. The jobs were replaced by robots, not shipped overseas, but try telling Lydia that. (I did, very slowly and patiently, I thought, but she still became quite brusque.) Her one lifeline was an Obama-era jobs training program, but she says that she does not regret her vote for Trump and likes what he says about business. She makes a point of telling me that she is not racist, but I think she probably is, a little.
Next to her sits Linda Blarnik. Like the rusty hubcaps hanging on the wall behind her, she was made in America 50 years ago, back when this town made things, a time she still remembers fondly. She says she has had just enough of the “coastal elitist media who keep showing up to write mean things about my town and my life, like that thing just now where you said I was like a hubcap, yes you, stop writing I can see over your shoulder.” Mournfully a whistle blows behind her, the whistle of a train that does not stop in this America any longer.
Linda’s sister, Carla Blarnik is married to an undocumented immigrant yet voted for Trump, who has vowed an increase in deportations. Asked to explain this contradiction, she shrugs. “Do not tell Bert this,” she says, “but I have been trying to find an unobtrusive way to break up the marriage for years and this seemed like just the loophole I was waiting for.” Huh. Okay.
Their waiter is David Mattress, a sentient robot who will be shut down if Trump’s budget is put into practice. He loves Trump, insofar as love is possible for him. When asked “Don’t you realize the contradiction of this position?” the other regulars leap up and shout at me because the last time this question was posed to him, David short-circuited and emitted large quantities of smoke. “First that magazine writer,” Linda scolds me, gesturing to a table in the corner where six other journalists sit writing versions of this same article, “now you.


Mark Hooglats lives inside Obamacare, don’t ask him how. He voted for Trump. He will vote for Trump again, maybe up to 10 times if he does the thing with the economy. He is excited that Trump has said “God” out loud for what he believes is the first time in the past eight years. (It isn’t.)
In the corner, under a picture of George Washington that is cracked and broken and stained with tobacco juice, lies Herm Slabornik. Herm is encased in a cryogenic tube which will be unplugged if Trump gets his way. According to a note on his cryotube, he knows what Trump said about unplugging tubes but he does not think Trump would unplug him personally. He will vote for Trump again in 2020, provided he is not unplugged. Also, he hates Obamacare.
Glom Pfeffernitz lives in a rusty kettle. Trump’s plan will definitely repossess his kettle, but he does not believe me when I tell him this. “I just don’t think he’d do that,” Glom repeats. Glom’s priority is filling the lakes with waste because he remembers when he was a kid and the lakes used to glow, and he wants to get back to those great days. He says his No. 1 priority is keeping telephones away from the undeserving poor. Is everyone here messing with me?
Claudia Barknappen, the owner of the diner, wipes her hands on her faded God Bless America Apron. She is taken aback to see that Trump’s budget would replace her home with a sinkhole, but she says that she is reserving judgment and likes how much he hates immigrants. “We’ve got to give him a chance,” she observes. She says that one time Trump showed up at her home and hit her dog with a broom, but in her mind this amounts to no more than one strike. She knows that she can change Trump with love, not that he needs to change at all. Behind her, an eagle falls out of a tree and dies.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...=.a6ecf69404c4 (external - login to view)
 
CDNBear
#134
Just like the idiocy that permeates the Conservative leadership hopefuls here is almost guaranteeing a second Trudeau victory, that "thar" is what will get the orange monkey elected again.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#135
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

Just like the idiocy that permeates the Conservative leadership hopefuls here is almost guaranteeing a second Trudeau victory, that "thar" is what will get the orange monkey elected again.

Bit of a dilemma in 2020:

Is America great again? If so, why do we need Kim Jong Don? If not, what the heck has he been doing for the last four years, and how will another four allow him to do what he hasn't done yet?

This'd be a real poser if it wasn't for the fact that Trumpchumps are retarded.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#136
but you look up to them
way way uuuuup!
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#137
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

but you look up to them
way way uuuuup!

Exhibit A.
 
bluebyrd35
No Party Affiliation
#138
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Considering Mr. Trump has done nothing illegal, all this means is Democrats are incapable of accepting the results of the election, and are committed enemies of democracy.

That simple.

I'd be more impressed if 46% of the people were joining a move to amend the Constitution to kill the Electoral College and elect the President on popular vote alone......but that is not going to happen.

Trump / election team, got caught up talking to Russians with a strong interest in bringing down the US. US security monitors foreign agents of countries unfriendly to them. If a Presidential candidate or his election team is stupid enough to get caught dealing with the enemy , that is not Security forces fault!!

Those agents were NOT monitoring US citizens but foreign agents who just happened to be talking to Americans and not just ordinary Americans but to a Presidential candidate's team.

Oh and wikileaks comes from Russia these days as it was the only country that was willing to take in the guy who hacked the US government files. If it is okay to hack into and release secret government files, why get all upset when the agency charged with security catches traitors legally.
 
CDNBear
+3
#139
Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Bit of a dilemma in 2020:

Is America great again? If so, why do we need Kim Jong Don? If not, what the heck has he been doing for the last four years, and how will another four allow him to do what he hasn't done yet?

This'd be a real poser if it wasn't for the fact that Trumpchumps are retarded.

I'm not sure he was elected solely on the basis of "Whatchya gonna do fer us". I think it was a healthy helping of backlash at the status quo, perceived elitists, and what many saw as an administration working against American domestic interests. The latter can be read as fear mongering.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#140
....a very reasonable conclusion
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
+1
#141
Quote: Originally Posted by bluebyrd35View Post

Trump / election team, got caught up talking to Russians with a strong interest in bringing down the US. US security monitors foreign agents of countries unfriendly to them. If a Presidential candidate or his election team is stupid enough to get caught dealing with the enemy , that is not Security forces fault!!

Those agents were NOT monitoring US citizens but foreign agents who just happened to be talking to Americans and not just ordinary Americans but to a Presidential candidate's team.

Oh and wikileaks comes from Russia these days as it was the only country that was willing to take in the guy who hacked the US government files. If it is okay to hack into and release secret government files, why get all upset when the agency charged with security catches traitors legally.



Certainly that is the speculation put forth by some. I haven't seen or heard any completely reliable unpartisan evidence yet that would indicate this to be a fact. Certainly will monitor should that evidence come forth.


As for WikiLeaks, they just released the Dems own e-mails (not the us government files) so it seems like the Dems kind of did it to themselves.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#142
Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

I'm not sure he was elected solely on the basis of "Whatchya gonna do fer us". I think it was a healthy helping of backlash at the status quo, perceived elitists, and what many saw as an administration working against American domestic interests. The latter can be read as fear mongering.

He was elected on a promise to protect Americans from. . . well. . . Donald Trump, and a promise that he would make racism, sexism, xenophobia, and religious bigotry virtues.
 
damngrumpy
No Party Affiliation
#143
We don't know what Trump has or has not done that might be illegal
those issues are being investigated with disruption diversion and a
series of maneuvers designed to obstruct and cloud all the issues.
There is a struggle going on here. The American electorate is starting
to sober up and realize they elected a fool with a big mouth and a
twitter account. Trump is a Seagull leader He comes in making a lot of
noise craps all over everything and eventually leaves leaving others to
clean up the mess. The second part of this is the more cynical types
like me watching with interest a country stubbing its toe daily to the
embarrassment of many and I personally enjoy the spinoff show from the
Kardashian's There are going to be so many disillusioned people when
nothing happens Imagine the Republicans have the White House Senate
and House and they can't manage in fact they couldn't manage a two hole
outhouse
 
EagleSmack
+1
#144
Face it DG... you've been nothing but wrong when it comes to US Politics.
 
CDNBear
#145
Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

He was elected on a promise to protect Americans from. . . well. . . Donald Trump, and a promise that he would make racism, sexism, xenophobia, and religious bigotry virtues.

Well, that's kind of what gets fueled when an administration is seen as working against domestic interest.

You have a lot of pissed off Americans that have no idea where to direct that anger. You didn't have a viable candidate that even remotely came close to presenting an intelligent course of action. Low hanging fruit is always going to get picked first.

I'm just hoping he manages to fix somethings while not completely f@cking up your country.

Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

Face it DG... you've been nothing but wrong when it comes to US Politics.

So nothing new there, lol.
 
mentalfloss
#146


Nunes steps down from Russia probe, cites 'entirely false' ethics accusations - World - CBC News
 
Tecumsehsbones
#147
Only a politician. . .

"The criticism of my performance is pure slander, 100% false, and politically motivated, and I will fight them until the very last - I resign."
 

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