late wrote:That Trump is blatantly trying to make himself a king, or more likely, a dictator. (A king has to obey some laws, after all)
He's running for re-election. That's not exactly something kings or dictators do.
Rich wrote:I'm not American, so bear with me while I try and get a grip on this situation.
1 So Obama said that as President implementing what would become DACA, would be illegal and unconstitutional. But Obama, rather like a medieval monarch with a troublesome disloyal parliament, gave Congress an ultimatum pass the legislation or I'll ignore the Constitution. Congress didn't so Obama just went ahead with DACA. When Trump tried to obey the Constitution and rescind DACA the deep state in the form of some Liberal activist judge stepped into to protect DACA. Telling Trump he didn't have the power to rescind what Obama never had the power to implement in the first place. :?:
2 Hilary broke America's national security laws. But if she was guilty then so was Obama, as he had communicated with her illegal server. So the prosecution against her was stopped to avoid making Obama look bad.
3 Now Obama supporters lecture Trump supporter on the Constitution and obeying the law.
Am I missing something?
That's about right. Obama holds the record of US presidents to be overturned by unanimous rulings of the Supreme Court--that is, even Ruth Bader Ginsberg disagreed with him--and she'll be dead soon.
late wrote:2) Not at all, she was investigated, and there wasn't enough to warrant going to court.
There was enough for a conviction and a 30-year prison sentence.
late wrote:I do find it interesting that Trump's violations of security procedures are much, much, much, much worse than Hillarys.
Show where he has violated the law. Why isn't he being impeached for this?
late wrote:3) Among the thousands that object to what Trump is doing are thousands of former FBI, Justice, State, White House, Congress people, and more that are REPUBLICAN...
Why does it matter to you that Republicans object to Trump? Do you think Trump supporters say to themselves, "Oh, a Republican disagrees with Trump. Therefore, Trump must be wrong, because Republicans are always right."? Plenty of people who vote Republican hate the Republicans.
late wrote:It takes time for a bureaucracy to adapt, Colin Powell did the same thing, and the change had only been partially implemented.
He should be in prison too. Don't you agree?
late wrote:In any case, "the intent makes the crime".
No it doesn't. The act makes the crime. If intent is made a component of a crime, it can mitigate or enhance the crime. For example, running over someone and killing them because your foot slipped off the brake might be considered a negligent homicide; whereas, running over someone with the accelerator on the ground while screaming the n-word is probably a hate crime. By contrast, driving 110 mph on the highway is a violation of the prima facie speed limit in the US.
late wrote:Of course, you should be screaming blue bloody murder about Trumps violations of security procedure, they are thousands of times worse.
Why should BigSteve be screaming? Why aren't you doing that if you are concerned about Trump's security?
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