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rsbs
Veteran Advisor

Impeach the joker before he does more harm

Five Early Unforced Joe Biden Foreign Policy Errors | The National Interest

this clown may very well be the biggest fool to ever be sworn in. Note that I do not say "elected".

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BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Impeach the joker before he does more harm

I wonder if he`s cognizant enough to understand what he`s doing or just a dofus reading the script on a promise that his family won`t have to participate in the hunger games with the rest of us.

rsbs
Veteran Advisor

Re: Impeach the joker before he does more harm

BA, one thing that is pretty clear.....Xiden is NOT working for the good of the American people.

whenever one of the doofuses starts in calling a Trump supporter a traitor...look at where most of their fingers are pointing.

Trump stands taller by the day....by 2022 the man will be taller than Mt. Rushmore.

cmilligan1958g
Senior Contributor

Re: Impeach the joker before he does more harm


@rsbs wrote:

BA, one thing that is pretty clear.....Xiden is NOT working for the good of the American people.

whenever one of the doofuses starts in calling a Trump supporter a traitor...look at where most of their fingers are pointing.

Trump stands taller by the day....by 2022 the man will be taller than Mt. Rushmore.


The 2022 primary season will be our Bunker  Hill. All our chips will be on the table. 

Packard27
Senior Contributor

Re: Impeach the joker before he does more harm

I think it is healthy to allow people to live with the consequences of their choices.

No one held a gun to the 81 million heads of the voters who cast their ballots for the most popularly elected president in the history of the United States. This is how democracy works, so let this play out. Moreover, the 2022 mid term elections are now less than 21 months away if anyone does not like the current deal of cards.

Besides, how about that market? Corn & soybean prices are both looking good, the S&P 500 and Wilshire 5000 are both at all time highs, and the reserve currency of the world has not yet imploded from either debasement or devaluation. What, me worry? Nahhh!

Our oligarch class, along with their palace guards living in the top 10% of American households are all winning right now. Having the bottom 90%’s electoral blessing, of course, is just a sweet bonus. 

cmilligan1958g
Senior Contributor

Re: Impeach the joker before he does more harm


@Packard27 wrote:

I think it is healthy to allow people to live with the consequences of their choices.

No one held a gun to the 81 million heads of the voters who cast their ballots for the most popularly elected president in the history of the United States. This is how democracy works, so let this play out. Moreover, the 2022 mid term elections are now less than 21 months away if anyone does not like the current deal of cards.

Besides, how about that market? Corn & soybean prices are both looking good, the S&P 500 and Wilshire 5000 are both at all time highs, and the reserve currency of the world has not yet imploded from either debasement or devaluation. What, me worry? Nahhh!

Our oligarch class, along with their palace guards living in the top 10% of American households are all winning right now. Having the bottom 90%’s electoral blessing, of course, is just a sweet bonus. 


Remember, how prosperity reigned in Nazi Germany, before the Blitzkrieg began?  The trains ran on time, business was booming, everyone was eating better, and everyone enjoyed vacation time. Everything was great, and that convinced the German people to get behind Hitler. This is where we are at, today. The day of reckoning is still ahead.  

KNAPPer
Senior Contributor

Joker already Impeached

What is really ironic is that Democrats said the same thing you guys are saying except it was about Trump. Some of the things he said made zero sense. He was basically seen as incompetent and knew nothing except what is base liked. Sound familiar? Why is this? We all know why. The media, no matter what political leaning, doesn't care to report on substance, just personality quirks.

I like to watch a variety of news sources, but do not do it on a regular basis. I tend to get most my news from random articles and the radio. I quit watching CNN because they were too opinionated for my taste, even in the regular news segment. So what few times I do watch TV news are generally scattered and I avoid opinion segments, sometimes even FOX as long as it isn't one of the opinion shows. A lot of you fellows seem to be very news media driven. I suspect many of you are single source news junkies. I realize you will all slam me for my view. It's OK, have at it.

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Joker already Impeached

Knapper, I agree that "news" focuses on personality way more than issues.   So, let`s look at who`s doing the focusing...a liberal driven media.  When I say media I mean CBS ABC NBC not even the cable off shoots, with Trump the reporting was editorializing such as "Trump says without proof, Trump falsely states"  with Biden it`s  "he signed a record number of executive orders  Oh yawn, sooooo boring   zzzzzzz". 

Packard27
Senior Contributor

Re: Impeach the joker before he does more harm

Sort of like living out your young life at Happy Valley Turkey Farm.

All is well. The chow is ample and regular. You live in a protected and climate controlled environment with all of your BFFs. You want for absolutely nothing right up until a week before Thanksgiving.

On that special day you and your friends are escorted to a place where you confronted with an insoluable dilemma. Needless to say, it is a dilemma that will challenge each of your own previous life assumptions.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: Joker already Impeached

Be my guest.

Impeaching a POTUS who has a 41% approval rating is risky. Impeaching one with a 53% approval rating is suicidal unless they really did shoot somebody on 5th Ave. 

While the 35%ish of Americans who have entirely lost touch will reality and are not coming back,  they alone are an electoral disaster in the making. For reasons that escape me, there was a fair number of not super Trumpy Americans who didn't approve of the first impeachment.

I guess you could go back to the old Ryan days when they'd vote to repeal the ACA every other day-  believing that they'd never actually have to devise a replacement.