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kcar

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 3:41pm



 haresfur wrote:


 kcar wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

I'm still waiting for the context or the reason the term lynching was objected to here in the original posts in the first place.  That has not been answered. 

Just diversion led by you.

What is the basis for the original objection ? I could only assume that it was brought up as a cultural misappropriation or as an insensitivity based upon the most common use of the term applying towards black people.  If it was not that big of a deal why was it even mentioned here ?  Why else bring it up ?

Everything else has been a diversion to avoid answering that question.

As illustrated in sird's post below, we have been here before in the same context of impeachment.  Only this time the alleged impeachment now underway is being conducted unlike no other before.  All the secrecy and blatant partisanship going on makes one wonder why, as usual.  It's a mob of democrats holding out a rope and waving it at Trump saying we're coming after you anyway we can, to hell with any due process.  Looks like a lynching is in process to me and I am not the only one to be sure. 

Phony outrage, imo, over the use of an appropriate metaphor is telling.

If we're going to have an impeachment, make it so.  Engage.  Or STFU already.  The immediately preceding remark was directed at Pelosi and Schiff and their supporters, not the board.  So no one here may take personal offense to that.
 


"
As illustrated in sird's post below, we have been here before in the same context of impeachment. Only this time the alleged impeachment now underway is being conducted unlike no other before. All the secrecy and blatant partisanship going on makes one wonder why, as usual. It's a mob of democrats holding out a rope and waving it at Trump saying we're coming after you anyway we can, to hell with any due process. Looks like a lynching is in process to me and I am not the only one to be sure."


WRONG.



So much for ‘due process’: Republican mob crashes secure hearing room



Republicans have been unable to construct a substantive defense to compelling evidence that President Trump used taxpayer-funded military aid to Ukraine to extort its government to interfere in our election (thereby putting our ally at risk to further Russian aggression). Instead, they’ve taken to grousing about lack of “due process” in the impeachment inquiry.

There are several responses to this argument. First, the Constitution gives the House unfettered power to set up its impeachment process. Second, in the decision of whether to pass articles of impeachment akin to an indictment, the defense/president does not have a right to be in the room, just as criminal defendants are kept out of grand jury deliberations. Third, there are three committees with dozens of Republicans in the hearings, who can listen to evidence and are capable of asking questions.





Republicans Grind Impeachment Inquiry to Halt as Picture Darkens for Trump




For weeks now, lawmakers on three House committees — Intelligence, Oversight and Reform, and Foreign Affairs — have been conducting private question-and-answer sessions, which have produced a stream of compelling testimony from government witnesses, much of it confirming and expanding on the intelligence whistle-blower
complaint that touched off the impeachment inquiry.

Those sessions are attended by both Democrats and Republicans, and both have an opportunity to question witnesses; more than 100 of the 435 members of the House are eligible to participate. Democrats have said that they plan to hold open hearings after the committees finish deposing witnesses, and that they intend to make public complete transcripts of witness testimony after they have been reviewed for classified material.






 

This sums it up well, kcar. The Republicans complain about due process but are part of the process. The metaphor of a "mob of democrats holding a rope" is blatantly false. After the hearings there will be a call for impeachment on the floor of the house - you know, how your government is supposed to work. Then, a mob of republicans break into a hearing being held in a secure room, because national security, and deliberations that deserve to be secret. Like maybe some names should be censored from the Mueller report... 
 

That Republican stunt just echoes what I posted very early today: 
that men in politics gain attention and some public sympathy when they make angry and outlandish claims of mistreatment or unfairness. Clarence Thomas did it during his confirmation hearing, claiming that the questions and investigation surrounding Anita Hill's claim of sexual harassment amounted to "a high-tech lynching." Bret Kavanaugh wept and ranted to complain about the Judiciary Committee's investigation into claims of sexual harassment against him. Trump complained about a lynching or lynch mob AFAICT (I try to ignore what Trump says these days. Why listen to a non-stop liar?) in referring to the impeachment inquiry.

IN ALL THREE CASES
, the investigations into the men's actions were open, transparent, relevant and an accepted parts of legal and law-based inquiries into their conduct and fitness to serve in government.

But ranting gets attention and confuses people who may not be paying full attention.
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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 3:28pm



 kcar wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

I'm still waiting for the context or the reason the term lynching was objected to here in the original posts in the first place.  That has not been answered. 

Just diversion led by you.

What is the basis for the original objection ? I could only assume that it was brought up as a cultural misappropriation or as an insensitivity based upon the most common use of the term applying towards black people.  If it was not that big of a deal why was it even mentioned here ?  Why else bring it up ?

Everything else has been a diversion to avoid answering that question.

As illustrated in sird's post below, we have been here before in the same context of impeachment.  Only this time the alleged impeachment now underway is being conducted unlike no other before.  All the secrecy and blatant partisanship going on makes one wonder why, as usual.  It's a mob of democrats holding out a rope and waving it at Trump saying we're coming after you anyway we can, to hell with any due process.  Looks like a lynching is in process to me and I am not the only one to be sure. 

Phony outrage, imo, over the use of an appropriate metaphor is telling.

If we're going to have an impeachment, make it so.  Engage.  Or STFU already.  The immediately preceding remark was directed at Pelosi and Schiff and their supporters, not the board.  So no one here may take personal offense to that.
 


"
As illustrated in sird's post below, we have been here before in the same context of impeachment. Only this time the alleged impeachment now underway is being conducted unlike no other before. All the secrecy and blatant partisanship going on makes one wonder why, as usual. It's a mob of democrats holding out a rope and waving it at Trump saying we're coming after you anyway we can, to hell with any due process. Looks like a lynching is in process to me and I am not the only one to be sure."


WRONG.



So much for ‘due process’: Republican mob crashes secure hearing room



Republicans have been unable to construct a substantive defense to compelling evidence that President Trump used taxpayer-funded military aid to Ukraine to extort its government to interfere in our election (thereby putting our ally at risk to further Russian aggression). Instead, they’ve taken to grousing about lack of “due process” in the impeachment inquiry.

There are several responses to this argument. First, the Constitution gives the House unfettered power to set up its impeachment process. Second, in the decision of whether to pass articles of impeachment akin to an indictment, the defense/president does not have a right to be in the room, just as criminal defendants are kept out of grand jury deliberations. Third, there are three committees with dozens of Republicans in the hearings, who can listen to evidence and are capable of asking questions.





Republicans Grind Impeachment Inquiry to Halt as Picture Darkens for Trump




For weeks now, lawmakers on three House committees — Intelligence, Oversight and Reform, and Foreign Affairs — have been conducting private question-and-answer sessions, which have produced a stream of compelling testimony from government witnesses, much of it confirming and expanding on the intelligence whistle-blower
complaint that touched off the impeachment inquiry.

Those sessions are attended by both Democrats and Republicans, and both have an opportunity to question witnesses; more than 100 of the 435 members of the House are eligible to participate. Democrats have said that they plan to hold open hearings after the committees finish deposing witnesses, and that they intend to make public complete transcripts of witness testimony after they have been reviewed for classified material.






 

This sums it up well, kcar. The Republicans complain about due process but are part of the process. The metaphor of a "mob of democrats holding a rope" is blatantly false. After the hearings there will be a call for impeachment on the floor of the house - you know, how your government is supposed to work. Then, a mob of republicans break into a hearing being held in a secure room, because national security, and deliberations that deserve to be secret. Like maybe some names should be censored from the Mueller report... 
kcar

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 3:19pm



 kurtster wrote:

I'm still waiting for the context or the reason the term lynching was objected to here in the original posts in the first place.  That has not been answered. 

Just diversion led by you.

What is the basis for the original objection ? I could only assume that it was brought up as a cultural misappropriation or as an insensitivity based upon the most common use of the term applying towards black people.  If it was not that big of a deal why was it even mentioned here ?  Why else bring it up ?

Everything else has been a diversion to avoid answering that question.

As illustrated in sird's post below, we have been here before in the same context of impeachment.  Only this time the alleged impeachment now underway is being conducted unlike no other before.  All the secrecy and blatant partisanship going on makes one wonder why, as usual.  It's a mob of democrats holding out a rope and waving it at Trump saying we're coming after you anyway we can, to hell with any due process.  Looks like a lynching is in process to me and I am not the only one to be sure. 

Phony outrage, imo, over the use of an appropriate metaphor is telling.

If we're going to have an impeachment, make it so.  Engage.  Or STFU already.  The immediately preceding remark was directed at Pelosi and Schiff and their supporters, not the board.  So no one here may take personal offense to that.
 


"
As illustrated in sird's post below, we have been here before in the same context of impeachment. Only this time the alleged impeachment now underway is being conducted unlike no other before. All the secrecy and blatant partisanship going on makes one wonder why, as usual. It's a mob of democrats holding out a rope and waving it at Trump saying we're coming after you anyway we can, to hell with any due process. Looks like a lynching is in process to me and I am not the only one to be sure."


WRONG.



So much for ‘due process’: Republican mob crashes secure hearing room


Republicans have been unable to construct a substantive defense to compelling evidence that President Trump used taxpayer-funded military aid to Ukraine to extort its government to interfere in our election (thereby putting our ally at risk to further Russian aggression). Instead, they’ve taken to grousing about lack of “due process” in the impeachment inquiry.

There are several responses to this argument. First, the Constitution gives the House unfettered power to set up its impeachment process. Second, in the decision of whether to pass articles of impeachment akin to an indictment, the defense/president does not have a right to be in the room, just as criminal defendants are kept out of grand jury deliberations. Third, there are three committees with dozens of Republicans in the hearings, who can listen to evidence and are capable of asking questions.

Republicans Grind Impeachment Inquiry to Halt as Picture Darkens for Trump


For weeks now, lawmakers on three House committees — Intelligence, Oversight and Reform, and Foreign Affairs — have been conducting private question-and-answer sessions, which have produced a stream of compelling testimony from government witnesses, much of it confirming and expanding on the intelligence whistle-blower
complaint that touched off the impeachment inquiry.

Those sessions are attended by both Democrats and Republicans, and both have an opportunity to question witnesses; more than 100 of the 435 members of the House are eligible to participate. Democrats have said that they plan to hold open hearings after the committees finish deposing witnesses, and that they intend to make public complete transcripts of witness testimony after they have been reviewed for classified material.




R_P

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 2:59pm

 VV wrote:
 
"When confronted with facts that contradict beliefs, ideals, and values, people will try to find a way to resolve the contradiction to reduce their discomfort."

Inevitably followed by denial...
steeler

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 2:52pm



 kurtster wrote:



I happen to believe that Trump is having a coup waged against him.  Until he is proven guilty beyond a doubt, I'm in.  Barr and Durham have not spoken yet.  I am waiting for them to speak.  Until then or someone shoots him, I'm not budging.
 

Your position seems to me to be consistently based on your steadfast belief in a Deep State/swamp hellbent from the outset on doing in Trump, which I would suggest presupposes acceptable answers/explanations. Given that, it would follow that you would be inclined to believe, for example, Barr and Durham, but disinclined to believe, for example, Mueller, Yovanovitch, and Taylor. Most of all, you are inclined to believe  Trump.
kurtster

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 2:47pm

 VV wrote: 
This theory is hogwash.  I say that as a Trump supporter, not someone who claims to have insight into what I think.

But feel free to go with a theory from someone who is only guessing to get some clicks.

My support is not unshakable.  So far I have seen nothing or any reason to change course.

Now back to getting my studio in order.

And thanks J for a very rational thought  {#Arrowd}
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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 2:10pm

 kurtster wrote:

As to who could actually win, there was no other alternative besides the two.

I happen to believe that Trump is having a coup waged against him.  Until he is proven guilty beyond a doubt, I'm in.  Barr and Durham have not spoken yet.  I am waiting for them to speak.  Until then or someone shoots him, I'm not budging.
 

We're in a permanent coup

Americans might soon wish they just waited to vote their way out of the Trump era

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 2:06pm

Ex-Bush Aide Has Damning Theory For Why Trump Supporters Won't Turn On Him
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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 1:16pm

 kurtster wrote:

As to who could actually win, there was no other alternative besides the two.

I happen to believe that Trump is having a coup waged against him.  Until he is proven guilty beyond a doubt, I'm in.  Barr and Durham have not spoken yet.  I am waiting for them to speak.  Until then or someone shoots him, I'm not budging.
 
coup as in "a brilliant, sudden, and usually highly successful stroke or act"?

I totally agree. 
kurtster

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 1:09pm

 black321 wrote:

it was a rhetorical question. there were alternatives.  still, you picked trump in 2016...why continue to support?  The never trump GOP seems to be a rare species, given how the party is propping him up.  Why the hell wouldnt the GOP find a better candidate if not for party over country. 

 
As to who could actually win, there was no other alternative besides the two.

I happen to believe that Trump is having a coup waged against him.  Until he is proven guilty beyond a doubt, I'm in.  Barr and Durham have not spoken yet.  I am waiting for them to speak.  Until then or someone shoots him, I'm not budging.
R_P

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 1:07pm

 black321 wrote:
still, you picked trump in 2016...why continue to support?

Still pining for his wall.
black321

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 1:00pm



 kurtster wrote:

Like I said below, watching the current disintegration of Hillary there is a Russian under every bed of the people I don't like Clinton, is making me more comfortable with my choice of Trump every day.  It is impossible to ignore that was the choice and I still do not regret my choice given the options.

Go ahead, tell me that Hillary would have been the better choice between the two.  That is your right, just like it was my right to pick Trump.
 
it was a rhetorical question. there were alternatives.  still, you picked trump in 2016...why continue to support?  The never trump GOP seems to be a rare species, given how the party is propping him up.  Why the hell wouldnt the GOP find a better candidate if not for party over country. 

kurtster

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:53pm

 black321 wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
The NTR are the republican members of the establishment swamp.
 
Perhaps that is correct. But how the f#$k do you reconcile that with support for this reptile?

 
Like I said below, watching the current disintegration of Hillary there is a Russian under every bed of the people I don't like Clinton, is making me more comfortable with my choice of Trump every day.  It is impossible to ignore that was the choice and I still do not regret my choice given the options.

Go ahead, tell me that Hillary would have been the better choice between the two.  That is your right, just like it was my right to pick Trump.
R_P

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:46pm

Give him a tiny gun...
Trump lawyer: Trump can’t be prosecuted for shooting someone
black321

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:43pm



 kurtster wrote:
The NTR are the republican members of the establishment swamp.
 
Perhaps that is correct. But how the f#$k do you reconcile that with support for this reptile?

R_P

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:33pm

 steeler wrote:
 R_P wrote:
No one has class like...

 

And preceding that tweet was one calling Bill Taylor a Never Trump Republican. Ergo, human scum.


Please disregard anything he has to say about Trump, Sondland, Giuliani, and Ukraine. 


Deep State! Deep State! Deep State!
 
You're either with us, or against us!
kurtster

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:27pm

 Proclivities wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

I viewed both scenes to refresh my memory and try and see how they might apply to the current chain before replying to both.

Your scene could just as easily apply to me or islander.  Or someone else.
  I reacted as if it may apply to me.

Ultimately this is just another incarnation of the ancient back and forth between islander and me.  And I'm just playing it through, as in the follow through is more important than the swing ...
 
I can see that now that you pointed it out, but I posted it as a general, farcical observation ("Now you see the violence inherent in the system") not really to be applied to an individual.

 
I thought or hoped that was your intention.  Like I said, just playing it through.

Anyway, my new record shelves just arrived.  I'm ripping my last album to make sure it is free of defects so I don't have to return it before the time expires.  Then the studio is closed until I can bring 1500 + records in 3 rooms into the studio and organize them and the studio.  That is where I hope I can focus my attentions for the time being.
steeler

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:20pm



 R_P wrote:
No one has class like...

 

And preceding that tweet was one calling Bill Taylor a Never Trump Republican. Ergo, human scum.


Please disregard anything he has to say about Trump, Sondland, Giuliani, and Ukraine. 


Deep State! Deep State! Deep State!
Proclivities

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:16pm



 kurtster wrote:

I viewed both scenes to refresh my memory and try and see how they might apply to the current chain before replying to both.

Your scene could just as easily apply to me or islander.  Or someone else.
  I reacted as if it may apply to me.

Ultimately this is just another incarnation of the ancient back and forth between islander and me.  And I'm just playing it through, as in the follow through is more important than the swing ...
 
I can see that now that you pointed it out, but I posted it as a general, farcical observation ("Now you see the violence inherent in the system") not really to be applied to an individual.

kurtster

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Posted: Oct 23, 2019 - 12:14pm

 R_P wrote:
No one has class like...
 
I have been saying this since during the campaign prior to the election. 

Everyone and I mean everyone here has told me that is a crazy thought.

The NTR are the republican members of the establishment swamp.
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