AJ*

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    3/11
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    All my freakin life
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    Toss up between Art Monk, Gary Clark, John Riggins
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Making music videos of sports, movies, etc
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    Computer progammer/tech/analyst

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  1. Buttigieg has been my guy all along. I like pragmatism in a candidate and Buttigieg, along with Klobuchar, are the few that sound truly logical, sincere and appeal to my center-left nature. He's not making any stupid promises or coming out with multi-trillion dollar plans that would turn off half the country. Warren torpedoed herself announcing that price tag for her healthcare plans. Trump won the election running on his golly-gee-whiz healthcare plan that he said would cover everyone and would be cheaper. We all knew it was BS but he didn't have to go into detail about it. He just sold it. Warren should have thought about taking the same approach lol. I don't care what kind of great plans you think you have. Once you announce a price tag that large that's all people are going to see and they're going to say "nope". She should fire the crackhead campaign advisor that even allowed her to do that.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    Democrats have a done a great job at hammering the smear campaign done to Yovanovitch. They've definitely been more sharp than the first day and Republicans haven't really been able to offer even a half decent rebuttal. It helps that she's been a great witness.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    When Yovanovitch was asked how she felt when she read Trump's line "she's going to go through some things" I wish she wouldn't have held back. I mean of course you're shocked". But I wish she would have answered with a little more emphasis with something like "when the most powerful person in our country smears me to another world leader and says you're going to go through some things how can you not feel threatened?". That's the kind of stuff that makes headlines and gets people to pay attention.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    Finally!! Schiff asked the magic question. He needs to ask that question over and over to every witness to drive the point home.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    Since when is Rudy Giuliani an official channel?!?
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    The Impeachment Thread

    I hope during this inquiry someone is intelligent enough to ask if the Trump administration were so concerned about Ukraine corruption did they have a long list of officials and entities they wanted Ukraine to investigate or did it all start and end with Biden and the DNC who just happened to be his political rivals?
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    Election 2019 - D's take VA. Bevin takes L.

    Like I said a week ago in the Impeachment thread, Republicans will be in trouble if they repeat the 2018 midterms where they bled support from suburban areas. That's going on again tonight in Kentucky. Trump and the GOP have the rural vote on lockdown. The suburbs, not so much.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    If 2020 has a repeat of 2018 then Republicans may be in trouble. Last year Republicans bled districts that had been GOP strongholds for decades in the midterms. I think rural America stuck with Trump but the suburban areas abandoned him and things really haven't gotten any better since then in any aspect. Unlike the depressed voter turnout during the Obama era the midterms last year had the highest voter turnout in 100 years and Democrats took the House in a 9 million popular vote landslide, I biggest vote disparity ever. That doesn't bode well for Trump and Republicans. Even the special election in NC a couple of months ago should be a red flag. That district has been heavily Republican since the 60s where they usually win comfortably by double digits. The last election in 2018 and the special election were won by only 2 points or less.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    The one obvious question none of these news interviewers ever think of asking (at least I haven't seen them ask yet)… If the Trump administration was so serious about Ukraine corruption that they actually held up military aid did Trump or any of his administration, in these multiple meetings, ever mention any major players in Ukraine that they wanted to investigate or are the only people/entities they specifically named JUST HAPPENED to be his political rivals in 2020? If the corruption in Ukraine was so rampant they must have had a long list of people, businesses, government officials, etc in Ukraine to investigate right? Or did it start and end with Biden and the DNC? That basically spells out if they were serious about going after corruption or simply trying to manufacture dirt to use in the 2020 election.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    They did that with George W. Bush who Republicans now treat like a pariah. As bad as Bush was Trump makes him look good in comparison.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    That's why I have no faith in any of Trump's corruption suffering any heavy consequences. I was watching the movie Seven the other day and a line from Morgan Freeman's character always stuck with me about the lackadaisical nature of this country. "You want to be a champion. Well, let me tell you. People don't want a champion. They want to eat cheeseburgers, play the lotto and watch television." Until they show me otherwise that's kind of where I am with Americans right now. These days people don't care unless a catastrophe hits their wallet. If it's a gun massacre or something of that nature they'll care for a 1-2 week news cycle and then after that it's back to business as usual. That's why these politicians know they can wait it out and not do anything. Republicans are going to try to slow walk and stonewall this latest scandal as much as they can so eventually Americans forget and it'll probably work because honestly this country has the memory span of a goldfish.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    The picture on my local news article about Trump's press conference today. Seems fitting lol.
  13. Trump is escaping a lot of bad headlines right now. Manufacturing in contraction, steel plants getting idled, coal mines closing down, farmers still suffering, etc. Trump country isn't doing so well these days. Lucky for Trump Democrats are asleep and too stupid to pounce on it.
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    The Impeachment Thread

    I guess he can now join the club of all the other long time public servants accused of being in the "Deep State".
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    The Impeachment Thread

    My kid and I were just watching that last night. He's now a Darth Vader fan. He always sides with the villains. I'm worried lol.