SpecialOlympian wrote:Yes blackjack it was a very smart post and very normal of you to start posting videos of black people being murdered in a thread where the topic had nothing to do with that.
You just don't understand sardonic humor, because these people were killed, not murdered. Their behavior is what brought it on. Do you find this upsetting that charging a police officer with a machete could get you shot and killed? Do you think police officers should allow you to charge at them with deadly weapons? Why don't you think this is funny?
SpecialOlympian wrote:You are extremely normal
Normal isn't extreme by definition.
SpecialOlympian wrote:I honestly can't tell if it's just normal honkey aggression and lack of impulse control or if it's directed specifically at me.
Your concept of white genocide is quite funny. Police officers shooting people who charge at them with deadly weapons can also be quite funny, especially when people criticize the police without taking into account the behavior of the perpetrator.
Julian658 wrote:Judging people according to skin color is now acceptable?
With the political left in America, it's a requirement. I hope you're not in London. Using knife icons will probably be banned there soon enough, as it might inspire people to commit crimes.
StormSmith wrote:I don't see why the right wing has their knickers in a knot over President Trump's impeachment.
Nobody does. Most people are amused at this point. I think it has to suck to be a Congressman right now sitting in those hearings all day, but otherwise Trump supporters think the whole thing is a joke. @jimjam is watching it though. Heck, the stock market is going up. Nobody cares about this at all.
late wrote:There is a real conflict between the demands of politics, and the demands of justice.
Were you a lawyer, car salesman, or what? Impeachment is not justice. It's just removing someone from power.
late wrote:You can see it play out in the constant failure of impeachment to ever actually impeach.
You mean to ever actually remove from office. The most politically charged impeachment was obviously Andrew Johnson, and it nearly succeeded. Clinton's had the most clearly defined criminal offenses. Nixon wasn't impeached, but his political support collapsed after the way he handled matters. By contrast, Trump's support is growing.
late wrote:As if High Crime didn't exist, as if Trump wouldn't already be wearing orange if he wasn't president.
He wasn't wearing orange before he became president. You guys are always trying to spin up this sort of criminal life of Donald Trump narrative, where only but for sharp attorneys is this guy not in jail. Yet, he's never been charged with any serious crimes before. His cases are primarily civil in nature.
late wrote:There should have been a Stormy Daniels week.
As Al Green points out, you aren't limited to one impeachment. Why don't you try to impeach him over Stormy Daniels after this fiasco is over? I think that would be great!
late wrote:Go over all of it, bring in Cohen and have him talk.
It has already been done, but if you want an encore, have at it... Why not bring in Stormy Daniels and have her testify to the mushroom shaped penis? That would do wonders for the Democrats, I think.
late wrote:Bring in a variety of legal experts to talk about how Trump is just as guilty as Cohen.
Yeah, because Americans love sitting in front of their TVs listening to legal experts testify to Congress. Frankly, that's more boring than listening to golf on the radio. Did you not just see what happened in the last week? Jerry Nadler was dozing off while chairing his own hearings. This stuff is dead boring. It's calamitously soporific, which I suppose is good if you have insomnia.
late wrote:we could have a Lev week, a Sergei week, a Deutschebank week. You get the idea, this would go on for a couple months, at least.
I think after this impeachment fails, you should take up the banner and lead that campaign. You will be greatly rewarded in November 2020.
late wrote:But we would save the best for last. Hopefully after the FBI indicts him.
Yeah, that would be interesting since the FBI doesn't have the power to indict anyone.
late wrote:Be careful what you wish for.
You mean like wishing the Democrats in the House get wiped out in November 2020?
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