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How many actually want Trump impeached?

Discussion in 'General Politics' started by Mountainmanbob, Jul 23, 2019.

  1. Yes

    4 vote(s)
    16.7%
  2. No

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    83.3%
  1. Mountainmanbob

    Mountainmanbob Goat Whisperer Supporter

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    Is all of this talk of impeachment real?
    M-Bob
     
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  2. Tom Farebrother

    Tom Farebrother Optimistic sceptic Supporter

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    I doubt it will happen. On a pros and cons scale there's little to be achieved, and proceedings would drag on forever. Some diehards might press legal cases against Trump when he finally leaves power.
     
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  3. PloverWing

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    I certainly don't want to see him re-elected, and my dream is to see him defeated in the Republican primary by a mainstream Republican challenger -- but, no, I don't want to see impeachment, unless he crosses the line into doing something illegal. Most of the awful stuff he does is either covered by the First Amendment or is within the constitutional powers given to the Presidency.
     
  4. OldWiseGuy

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    I agree. There are no real grounds for impeaching him, but it is a rallying point for the Dems.
     
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  5. PloverWing

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    It's a rallying point for some Democrats. As I recall, Speaker Pelosi is resisting the push for impeachment. She's an experienced political leader with good judgment.
     
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  6. Mountainmanbob

    Mountainmanbob Goat Whisperer Supporter

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    Goats give her a 50/50.

    Although MountainLady can't stand her.

    M-Bob
     
  7. hopecountypreacher

    hopecountypreacher New Member

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    I don't like Pence either, so weirdly I prefer Trump...I hope he gets voted out in 2020, but I doubt he will.
     
  8. Orthodoxjay1

    Orthodoxjay1 Well-Known Member

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    Why don't the Democrats concentrate on issues to win in 2020, instead of once again trying to impeach the president? When the Republicans went after Bill Clinton , it didn't turn out well for the Republicans.
     
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  9. Dave-W

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    No. It is pre-election grandstanding.

    There is not enough time to do an impeachment between now and the elections.
     
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  10. The Barbarian

    The Barbarian Crabby Old White Guy

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    • A majority of self-described American voters surveyed in a new INSIDER poll agreed with Republican Rep. Justin Amash that President Donald Trump "committed impeachable offenses."
    • Among respondents who said they were registered to vote, 54% agreed.
    • Amash is the first Republican lawmaker to call for Trump's impeachment based on Robert Mueller's findings in the special counsel's Russia investigation.
    • In the wake of Mueller's report, and of a news conference the former FBI director gave last week, calls for Trump's impeachment have grown steadily louder.
    • House Democrats have been pumping the brakes on impeachment out of fear of political backlash. But mounting public support for the move could lead to a shift in Democrats' strategy.
      Majority of Americans in new poll agree with GOP Rep. Justin Amash that Trump 'committed impeachable offenses'
    This hasn't happened since Watergate. Things might get interesting, unless Trump can win back the moderates who were repelled by the abuse of children in ICE camps, and by Trump's increasingly racist outbursts.
     
  11. The Barbarian

    The Barbarian Crabby Old White Guy

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    Among all the zillion and one stories about how the 2020 election would turn out if it were held today (important note, it will not be held for 15 months), you may have seen one that must have been especially alarming to President Donald Trump, for two reasons.

    Reason one: It showed Joe Biden, the current leading Democratic candidate, clobbering Trump in several states that Trump has to win to have a chance of winning a second term.

    In several states that Trump either carried in 2016 or lost narrowly but hoped to pick up in 2020, the poll showed Biden currently polling ahead of Trump, in many cases by a wide margin, including in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

    For example, in crucial swing state Ohio, which Trump won in 2016 by a surprisingly large 8 percentage points, the poll showed Trump trailing Biden by 1. In North Carolina, which Trump won by 4 points in 2016, it showed Biden leading by 8. Georgia: Trump won by 5; the poll showed him trailing Biden by 6. In Iowa, which Trump won by 10, the poll showed Biden ahead by 9.

    To make this even tougher reading for Trump, the leaked poll numbers came from a pollster working for his own re-election campaign.
    (Here’s a link to one of many stories about the leaked numbers.)

    Trump took prompt, immediate action to rectify the situation.

    He fired the pollsters.

    Leaked internal poll must have especially alarmed Trump | MinnPost
     
  12. Mountainmanbob

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    Interesting-- poll has it right.

    Even here -- amazing!

    M-Bob
     
  13. Gigimo

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    None of which will keep him off the golf course or going on vacation. ^_^
     
  14. Shiloh Raven

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    Trump must have a lot more time on his hands than he first thought he would because he said he wouldn't have time to play golf or take vacations. In fact, he said he'd rarely leave the White House.

    Trump-O-Meter: Not Take Vacations

    Trump in 2016: 'I don't have time' for golf

    Trump: 'I would rarely leave the White House'

    But he certainly has found the time to play golf, including after declaring his national emergency.

    Trump Golf Count: 198 and the cost to taxpayers is about $106,000,000.

    Trump Is Playing Golf Hours After Declaring America Is Under Attack By Immigrants
     
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  15. Mountainmanbob

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  16. Orthodoxjay1

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    Exactly all the old time politicians discussed business and hammered out deals at he old burning tree golf course, even president Truman, a Democrat played Golf there. Golf is very American sport, at least he not flying around the world apologizing for American " mistakes" and bowing to leaders, like the last president.
     
  17. Mountainmanbob

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    True, those were very sad days for America.

    M-Bob
     
  18. Orthodoxjay1

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    That why under President Trump, it morning in America Again, in 2020 Let's Keep America Great.
     
  19. Gigimo

    Gigimo Well-Known Member

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    TRUMP!!! :doh:
     
  20. Yarddog

    Yarddog Senior Contributor Supporter

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    Conservatives need an actual good man in office who loves the US Constitution instead of a phoney like Trump.
     
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