[Poll] How Long Will DJ Trump Stay in Office?

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#301

And after that, he’ll be a great… ?


#302

You’re country is unique for producing Hitler. For France, it was Napoleon.

The reason was in Germany, everyone was a socialist, and they were all fighting amongst themselves how socialism was best implemented, and Hitler won that fight, and few people had the courage or rather gumption to stand against him, because they all believed in socialism generally, so any version of it different from their own couldn’t be too off the wall. He generally spoke for the genuine opinion of most Germans. Hitler happened because of a lack of diversity of viewpoints, like pro-free-markets, which there has always been plenty of in English-speaking countries, which is part of why we never suffered authoritarianism in recent history, or will.


#303

Of course you won’t.
You’ll show that maniac his boundaries.


#304

Yes, this rant of yours is a good example of projection. People from other countries, especially those from certain European countries, like to project their own fears and insecurities onto American events. Exposing yourself to too much fake news just makes it worse. You should be more worried about Merkel than Trump. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Misery loves company.


#305

If anyone is acting Hitlerian, it’s the leftists. They have been soundly defeated at the ballot. Yet they still cling to their power using tactics like substantive due-process, and other subtle dishonest “tricks” like Hitler, which most people don’t understand the procedure of it exactly, but they accurately perceive it ain’t right.

As for Judicial usurpation over the Executive, it isn’t new in our history. Jackson even arrested a judge, and Lincoln almost arrested Taney. Not that I’m saying it is right, but judges have overstepped their authority when their thinking becomes more political than judicial; it isn’t unique.

Jefferson, who was one of the writers of the Federalist Papers, who helped balance the powers, encouraged the impeachment of Judge Chase, for doing exactly what Robart is doing. Here are quotes from Jefferson, after being exasperated with a judiciary overstepping the President when we were barely 20 years old.

“The opinion which gives to the judges the right to decide what laws are constitutional and what not, not only for themselves, in their own sphere of action, but for the Legislature and Executive also in their spheres, would make the Judiciary a despotic branch.” (Letter to Abigail Adams, September 11, 1804)

“The Constitution, on this hypothesis (i.e., balance of power with three independent branches of government), is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please.” (Letter to Judge Spencer Roane, Sept. 6, 1819)

“The germ of dissolution of our federal government is in the constitution of the federal Judiciary; an irresponsible body (for impeachment is scarcely a scarecrow) working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing its noiseless step like a thief, over the field of jurisdiction, until all shall be usurped from the States, and the government of all be consolidated into one.” (Letter to Charles Hammond, August 18, 1821)

And Jackson ignored a judge…

“John Marshall has made his decision; now let him enforce it.

As it’s the Executive who enforces the law or court rulings. :wink:


#306

Is that so?
How about Trump projecting his fears onto German events like influx of Syrian Nationals.
What did Washington have to say about that?
And what were his opinion on Russians interfering on the election via internet?
What did he say about the internet 2,3?
Was he aware that a German could sit in Taiwan, manipulating opinions within the US without the need of pen, paper and a mail carrier?
Welcome to the new world!
Wake up kids.


#307

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How about Trump projecting his fears onto German events like influx of Syrian Nationals.
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Are you sure they’re Syrians?[quote]
What did Washington have to say about that?
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Washington died way before this happened.

Fake news.

Uh…

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Welcome to the new world!
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Thank you![quote]
Wake up kids.
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It’s past their bedtime.


#308

Two weeks and 6 days.
The word impeach is used more frequently in the “lying media”.
Though, this clip did not use that term, they clearly pointing somewhat into this direction.

By the way, is Trump a little tip toeing lately.
I am starting to miss his “this is big stuff” already.

Oh, I am not on an anti American rant.
If I were, I’d support DJ Trump all the way.


#309

Top link for this thread, possibly!
Lying top results on google


#310

That is the most hilariously, retardedly, completely inaccurate attempt at false equivalency I have ever seen, and that is really saying something. Depending on your point of view, CNN is either centrist or right-of-center, while Fox News is either significantly right-of-center or delusionally right of center. There is no comparison.


#311

Among the large media outlets CNN is the most Democrats-leaning, ignoring/hiding/covering anything wrong happening within that party while crucifying anything that happens to the Reps.
FOX does the same, just the other way around.
Regardless of definitions such as left,center, right etc which are hard to define because they tend to vary from country to country, how is my statement inaccurate? Do you think CNN reported true, unbiased and reliable information during Hillary’s campaign? And after Trump’s victory?


#312

CNN could only be considered centrist or right of center on a European (or bi-coastal urban American) political scale. The globalist perspective it represents puts it left of center by American standards as a whole. I’d say CNN and Fox are comparable in terms of their level of political bias, especially when it comes to opinion, with both espousing some pretty wacky stuff.


#313

About two more weeks and he will be moved to the new white house.
Too bad I won’t be working there. I’d love to show him the wall and tell him that it was the wall he build to the Mexican border and I would congratulate him on his achievement.

Then, I would let him sign a pile of scrap paper to make him feel more presidential, just to strengthen his fragile ego.


#314

Oh, you follow Msnbc. That explains a lot.


#315

I follow the news in several languages and read/listen/watch to a broad collection of news outlets.

They include infowars and and some other nutters as well.

Oh forgot to mention Fox news.
Since they have more and more anti Trump reports lately, including calls for his impeachment, they are actually watchable lately. I won’t bother to strain my farsighted eyes by reading any of that though.

My favorite news is this one.


#316

I’ve given up trying to find real news about what Agent Orange is saying and doing.


#317

Hamlet, Hamlet, Hamlet. You’ve got to stop freebasing all that fake news. It’s just not good for your mental health. An overdose of Rachel Maddow is enough to put anyone in the loony bin. We’re talking one-way trip to the funny farm.


#318

Don’t you worry about my mental health. I got health insurance and it’s not going to be canceled like Obama care (ACA).

So, I am fine.
Thanks for your concern.


#319

This tells us more about you than about Fox News.


#320

Trump decides to skip White House Press Dinner!

He must be under house arrest then. He’ll be watching it on Fox News, sad!

This will be fun to watch. Everyone will be making jokes about this.

This guy could bring his cardboard Trump. Or is that Mr. R ?

PS. I forgot to mention.

Less than two weeks till impeachment calls.

https://impeachdonaldtrumpnow.org/