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"in Cases of Impeachment...the Party convicted shall nevertheless be ...subject to Indictment

It's right there in black and white, clear as day; we can't allow Trump apologists to claim otherwise:

Article 1, Section 3, Clause 7

Judgement in Cases of Impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from Office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor, Trust or Profit under the United States: but the Party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to Indictment, Trial, Judgement and Punishment, according to Law.

In other words, the impeachment itself can result in removal from office; impeachment may be brought in addition to criminal indictment.

Opinions on VA District 10 Primary (currently held by Barbara Comstock)?


I want somebody who will support impeachment (Wexton and Pelletier seem to be dog-whistling that they will), but even more important, I want somebody who will WIN.

When Trump grows up, he wants to be just like Kim Jong Un

Posted by lagomorph777 | Wed Feb 7, 2018, 10:47 AM (6 replies)

Taxpayers pay legal bill to protect Trump business profits


Taxpayers are footing the legal bill for at least 10 Justice Department lawyers and paralegals to work on lawsuits related to President Trump's private businesses.

Neither the White House nor the Justice Department will say how much it is costing taxpayers, but federal payroll records show the salaries of the government lawyers assigned to the cases range from about $133,000 to $185,000.

The government legal team is defending President Trump in four lawsuits stemming from his unusual decision not to divest himself from hundreds of his companies that are entangled with customers that include foreign governments and officials.

In the cases, Justice Department attorneys are not defending policy actions Trump took as president. Instead, the taxpayer-funded lawyers are making the case that it is not unconstitutional for the president's private companies to earn profits from foreign governments and officials while he's in office.

All defenders of Moore should be assumed to be pedophiles.

There is no other rational explanation for their behavior.

And I include those who use the phrase "if true."

All Moore voters should also be assumed to be pedophiles.

Virginia House of Delegates still hangs in the balance

Figures current as of 10:30 AM ET on November 8.

Virginia House of Delegates
Party As of November 7, 2017 After November 7, 2017
Democratic Party 34 48
Republican Party 66 47
Too close to call - 5
Total 100 100

November 8, 10:30 AM ET: Five races remained too close to call. In District 27, Roxann Robinson (R) has a 124-vote lead over Larry Barnett (D). In District 28, Robert Thomas Jr. (R) has an 86-vote lead over Joshua Cole (D). In District 40, Donte Tanner (D) has a 68-vote lead over Tim Hugo (R). In District 68, Dawn Adams (D) has a 326-vote lead over Manoli Loupassi (R). In District 94, David Yancey (R) has a 12-vote lead over Shelly Simonds (D).


Vicious trans-phobe ousted by...a transgender woman!

I guess Bathroom Boy Bobbie was right to be afraid of transgender people!

Posted by lagomorph777 | Wed Nov 8, 2017, 10:18 AM (4 replies)

On the brink of Nuclear War, a few miles from the DMZ, Trump promotes his golf course.


I can't even come up with words to describe how sick this makes me.
Posted by lagomorph777 | Wed Nov 8, 2017, 10:13 AM (3 replies)

Poll: Views of Democratic Party hit lowest mark in 25 years

Source: CNN

Washington (CNN)Favorable views of the Democratic Party have dropped to their lowest mark in more than a quarter century of polling, ...

Only 37% of Americans have a favorable opinion of Democrats, down from 44% in March of this year. A majority, 54%, have an unfavorable view, matching their highest mark in polls from CNN and SSRS, CNN/ORC and CNN/USA Today/Gallup stretching back to 1992.
But the Republican Party isn't doing any better, with just 30% of Americans holding a favorable view. That's essentially the same as September, when the rating hit its lowest point in polling back to 1992, but down from 42% in March. A broad 6 in 10, 61%, have an unfavorable opinion.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/07/politics/cnn-poll-republicans-democrats-taxes/index.html

Nice try, CNN. So the RePutins are also at their worst polling in 25 years, and it is substantially worse than the Democrats, but you picked Democrats as the headline?

Rather blatant bias, don't you think?

I'm seeing a lot of "We should just give up" posts

How do I look up a poster's history to see if this is a pattern that I should flag?
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