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    Quote Originally Posted by RMNIXON View Post
    First off House Republicans can chew bubblegum and walk at the same time. So they can move this Impeachment "Inquiry" forward and deal with the Budget issues responsibly (unlike Democrats) at the same time.

    Second what kind of nerve must you have after nearly 7 years of unrelenting TDS obsession and failed Impeachments to call out Republicans as being dysfunctional and extreme just because they are investigating the corrupt idiot Biden?

    Talk about Projection Gone Wild!
    You guys do know that the loudest critic of this impeachment inquiry is a Republican, Ken Buck, right? Buck has said that McCarthy didn’t hold a vote on initiating the inquiry because he would have lost by 20 votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardMZhlubb View Post
    You guys do know that the loudest critic of this impeachment inquiry is a Republican, Ken Buck, right? Buck has said that McCarthy didn’t hold a vote on initiating the inquiry because he would have lost by 20 votes.
    So they have a critic in the House and of course I know because the entire left media go on about it endlessly. Does that constitute a Civil War in the Party? Of course not to sane people.

    As for a Vote the Democrats started the new normal so live with it.
    Your Trump Derangement Syndrome is NOT my problem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardMZhlubb View Post
    You guys do know that the loudest critic of this impeachment inquiry is a Republican, Ken Buck, right? Buck has said that McCarthy didn’t hold a vote on initiating the inquiry because he would have lost by 20 votes.
    It's the new precedent.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardMZhlubb View Post
    You guys do know that the loudest critic of this impeachment inquiry is a Republican, Ken Buck, right? Buck has said that McCarthy didn’t hold a vote on initiating the inquiry because he would have lost by 20 votes.
    Richard, if you ever developed an ounce in integrity the world would end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLD GUY IN FLORIDA View Post
    Richard, if you ever developed an ounce in integrity the world would end.

    So, we're safe then.



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    All it says is Democrats are good at putting out narrative and selling it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    All it says is Democrats are good at putting out narrative and selling it.

    Well, they are good.



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    In my considered opinion joe biden should not be impeached at this time. Not because I don't think he deserves to be, he should, but from a purely political perspective it could prove harmful to both the Republicans and the United States as a whole.

    First of all an impeachment is not a finding of guilt but is the same as an indictment. The chances of joe biden being convicted at an impeachment is zero or less. We do not have enough Republicans in the Senate to pull this off.

    If by some miracle he is found guilty and removed from office that leaves Kamala Harris as the president. She is without a doubt even more incompetent than joe biden is. I shudder to think of what she will do as president

    If he is, as is most likely to happen, not convicted that will only serve to increase his status and approval with voters. "Well look, he wasn't found guilty so he must be the man for the job". If he is re-elected that will prove to be an absolute disaster for the country and we will probably not have a country by 2026. Furthermore we are right back to the Kamala Harris issue. It is highly unlikely joe biden will be able to serve an entire 2nd term, either he will die in office or his dementia become so severe Congress has no choice but to remove him via the 25th Amendment. Then, once again, we will have the specter of Kamala Harris as the first female semi black president and once again the United States is in a world of hurt. Knowing how stupid the voters are in this country if she becomes president she can run for re-election in 2028 and possibly win again.

    No, don't give the press or the Democrat Party the fodder to promote joe biden for another term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLD GUY IN FLORIDA View Post
    In my considered opinion joe biden should not be impeached at this time. Not because I don't think he deserves to be, he should, but from a purely political perspective it could prove harmful to both the Republicans and the United States as a whole.

    First of all an impeachment is not a finding of guilt but is the same as an indictment. The chances of joe biden being convicted at an impeachment is zero or less. We do not have enough Republicans in the Senate to pull this off.

    If by some miracle he is found guilty and removed from office that leaves Kamala Harris as the president. She is without a doubt even more incompetent than joe biden is. I shudder to think of what she will do as president

    If he is, as is most likely to happen, not convicted that will only serve to increase his status and approval with voters. "Well look, he wasn't found guilty so he must be the man for the job". If he is re-elected that will prove to be an absolute disaster for the country and we will probably not have a country by 2026. Furthermore we are right back to the Kamala Harris issue. It is highly unlikely joe biden will be able to serve an entire 2nd term, either he will die in office or his dementia become so severe Congress has no choice but to remove him via the 25th Amendment. Then, once again, we will have the specter of Kamala Harris as the first female semi black president and once again the United States is in a world of hurt. Knowing how stupid the voters are in this country if she becomes president she can run for re-election in 2028 and possibly win again.

    No, don't give the press or the Democrat Party the fodder to promote joe biden for another term.
    Impeachment isn't necessary. Gather all the evidence in the inquiry and post it. Use it daily. GOP candidates run on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RMNIXON View Post
    So they have a critic in the House and of course I know because the entire left media go on about it endlessly. Does that constitute a Civil War in the Party? Of course not to sane people.

    As for a Vote the Democrats started the new normal so live with it.
    This is the same House Republican caucus that took 4 days and 15 ballots to elect a speaker and has had multiple members practically calling for McCarthy to go since. It's silly to argue that the Republican House majority isn't a dysfunctional mess.

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