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  1. Grrr...

    Canadian political crisis

    On packzi day, yep =).
  2. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    I'm done. You don't want to listen, and just continue to lie. And I'm fresh out of shits to give about your inability to grasp basic principles.
  3. Grrr...

    Canadian political crisis

    We have several around here too. And while I'm no where near 'rich' on my high falutin' single income 5 person family, we'd rather forgo cheap donuts and buy from the expensive and much better place every once in a while. We also care for neighbor's chickens and other animals, go to livestock shows and work at the county fair. So I don't anyone would put us in the 'rich' category lol.
  4. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    It's the House's fault because the executive didn't state they were exercising the privilege. That's hilarious. The executive certainly had enough time to whine and cry about meetings their party wasn't allowed to go to (they were), meetings they weren't allowed to ask questions in (they were), etc. You're lying. Again. And I already cited the statute. In another post. Responding to you. Not my problem if you can't read. Unless you are going to try and dissemble and say Obstruction of Justice isn't interchangeable with Obstruction of Congress. Which you've already been corrected on.
  5. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    It's a law, and the judicial decisions have supported it. It's established legal precedent. So in this case, yes. That's like asking if he's ruled guilty in the senate, do they have any right to do something about it, because they're just the legislature and he's the Executive. Jesus you're dense.
  6. Grrr...

    Canadian political crisis

    Hmmm. "We are locally owned;employ 30+ staff who enjoy breaks and have the option of joining a benefit plan;we use local butter, eggs and flour;our doughnuts are made fresh daily;we do our best to pay a living wage & never pay minimum wage," the company said. "Our pricing reflects our respect for our employees, the environment and our commitment to quality, local goods. We are a small biz that really appreciated the sale on a cold Jan Mon."
  7. How does that address the comment you quotes by Raz'r?
  8. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    I already addressed that. They never exercised that "privilege" when refusing to participate in the House hearings. But show me where Executive privilege is written into the constitution - since that was your metric for another argument just 10 minutes ago. ON top of that - Obstruction of congress is a crime, and..... US v. Nixon, 1974 In 1974, the Supreme Court decided US v. Nixon, a matter arising from a special prosecutor’s criminal grand jury investigation of president Richard Nixon’s White House aides, the ones involved in the Watergate break-ins. The prosector subpoenaed audio tapes of conversations recorded by Nixon in the White House. The president refused to turn them over, claiming executive privilege. But the high court strongly disagreed with the president, and its decision effectively ended his presidency, prompting him to quit before a formal impeachment trial in the Senate. The justices held that presidential privilege does not extend to information that’s germane to criminal investigations.
  9. Grrr...

    Time to impeach?

    I've already made posts before posting dozens of links to dozens of different experts explicitly stating that you are wrong. I'm not doing it again, but you keep lying. It's what you do, after all.
  10. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    Lies. A rational person would understand that any interference with the house during any "official proceeding" is illegal by federal statute.
  11. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    He's much more comfortable if you don't challenge his belief system.
  12. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    Blatant lie. Obstruction of justice / Obstruction of Congress is a crime. The only way it isn't is if the person has a valid privilege to protect his testimony. They have not asserted this privilege, and that makes their refusal to answer subpoenas illegal. First, 18 U.S.C. § 1505, provides that “[w]hoever corruptly, or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication influences, obstructs, or impedes or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede ... the due and proper exercise of the power of inquiry under which any inquiry or investigation is being had by either House, or any committee of either House or any joint committee of the Congress” shall face criminal consequences. Second, 18 U.S.C. § 1512(c)(2) broadly prohibits corruptly obstructing, influencing or impeding any “official proceeding”—defined to include a proceeding before Congress. https://www.lawfareblog.com/revisiting-criminal-obstruction-justice-impeachment-inquiry
  13. Grrr...

    Time to impeach?

    And it provides for impeachment, and every constitutional scholar I've heard agrees that it doesn't mean for just criminal offenses. Keep dissembling dog. It's what you do.
  14. Grrr...

    Time to impeach?

    Lies. A crime doesn't need to be committed for someone to be impeached.
  15. Grrr...

    The Senate Impeachment Trial of DJT

    And wardodo continues his string of downward spiraling posts. Proving that it's always effect to attach the other side when you don't actually have evidence, and lending more support to the theory that dodo rarely posts sober.