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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvd7PqI_Lx0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiE1pe-25BE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqesw5kwEow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6NgsJeIRfs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxF_CDDJ0YI
  2. @Troy If DT is still in office after 2019, that's okay because it's sure to bring in new blood in leadership while innocent blood flow; if he'is not that's even better as many will have time to run for cover. But I seriously doubt it because the GOP's going to vie for the voters who gave Dem's control of Congress, to save their own ass's; unless he's within the 32-days. You got to admit, though, the waiting is exhilarating, in a sad way.
  3. Yes, the same scenario whether he's affirmed or not. It's all about the final floor vote now; with the state of civil affairs at the moment, I wouldn't be surprised if a major clash occurs before the final vote. Damn, just thinking about women being attacked for protesting raising a whole new set of questions and personal anger!
  4. And with little and no mention whether those tax fraud violations are on-going, whether DT's offspring is benefiting from similar schemes, it remains uncertain statues of limitations have actually run out. Moreover, as I alluded to before, when DT's base learns the truth about his wealth they'll have even more reasons to start their coup or race war, of the 1000-year-old American government scam that started before colonizing the Americas. And if we must consider history as precedence then the French Revolution most describes what is happening today; the only buffer between another civil war in America and social compliance is national entitlement programs. When folks can no-longer put food on the table, clothes and protect their family, civility goes out the window. Still keeping a close eye on the Kavanaugh dilemma.
  5. @Troy Brother, don’t let that false sense warmth fool you; winter is here, the worse history has ever recorded; it’s what’s concealing the big picture before our very eyes. Those evangelicals couldn’t care less about abortion, whites nationalists could care even less about the pure white race, and the 1% don’t give a shit about money. Brother, all EVERYBODY cares about has to with something much simpler; and it’s not even serious to them, it’s fun. Cruelty, self-satisfaction, and the thrill of a kill, any kill will do and, even the children are in on it. The politicians, bankers, and leaders are concerned with surviving a humanity gone mad. Yes, we’ll see what happens with the Kavanaugh situation. However, I’m convinced the GOP already see it necessary to reject him as the president’s nominee; to usher in the havoc of their sick base. Which they hate also. Winter is here and more apparent with every passing day. 45, as you like to refer to him is little more than a chaotic tool for Republicans and white folks to refresh their thirst for blood (so to speak). The only event more important than a democratic win on November 6, is to forego election day with mass unrest. That’s what the people want and it is what the GOP (and dem’s) need to further solidify control. No, I doubt, very much, there will be a confirmation. You have entirely too much optimism in people; how many times must we experience the bite of humanity to accept that people are not humane and precedence, history is not repeating itself. This winter is different.
  6. @Troy That’s true, ‘federal’ civil fines are not dischargeable under Title 11. And, going down in glory as past President’s is equally a big question mark depending on how he goes down. Once again, Brother, your optimism based on precedence is obtuse at best, but discerning all things considered precedent. Human’s first inclination is evil, I do believe, although, the second inclination is always guided by conscience; sometimes ever overriding the first inclination. Republican base or no base, I think the GOP will ultimately submit to whims of those citizens with greater voter power. If we’re discussing political ‘base,’ that is. No, I will not cause you the trudge of combing through past posts, though I do recall removal, “not president’ by 2019, by whatever means is what I thought was the wager. If I jumped in without understanding the details (if such was specified) then I’ll accept that. I'll accept Del's understanding, removal by any means other than death.
  7. @Troy Not the kind of ‘insolvency’ bankrupt you’re thinking about; his were Title 11 Chapter 13 claims that allowed him to keep some property and repay some debts without the interest and related fees; I’m referring to the Title 11 Chapter 7 kind of bankruptcy that leave the debtor with one house, one car, and clothes, even Melania’s wedding ring would go to satisfy an unpaid civil fine, if it’s value is over 10K. But as I said previously, that’s just another view of a vastly bigger picture. No, Brother, people don’t care and, it doesn’t matter because a person's first inclination is of self-interest, as a group, people tend to think alike. To reiterate a pass discussion here: “these are interesting times, but very scary times to be alive.” Among everything else, we’re witnessing the devolvement a degenerating human existence. Reveling in the spectacle of their shared, wholly irrational hatred and the prospect of imagined violence against each other, for nothing more than the sheer fun of it. Human traits that, once revealed, cannot simply be erased from memory. Emotional association, with everything, serves as the ‘what next’ after an information or other stimulate is absorbed, Brother. Without the emotional involvement, everything means nothing. What I see is that the Republican controlled congress will do what it needs to survive. CAN YOU AT LEAST SEE THAT? And if you can, what makes you so sure they won’t legislate impeachment proceedings; especially if they’re severely injured after the midterms and before 2019? Hello, Brother, the wager was for removal, period. Of DT from office as president regardless of how he’s removed, or for whatever reason; so long as it is before 2019.
  8. @Troy There’s a bigger picture behind the Times article, true the statues have run on all criminal allegations; though CIVIL FINES could send the Trump family into bankruptcy. Indeed, the bigger picture with ALL the serious and/or benign press that include DT, the GOP, foreign policy, Supreme Court, inequality, and everything boiling over may or may not send him to jail, but I think it will get him impeached and removed from office before 2019. Yes, the public is aware, whether they care or not doesn’t matter. In fact, it is the division between those who care and those who do not that matters, especially to GOPer’s in Congress and the Dems. In case you haven’t noticed, I’m considering everything that’s taken place since DT took office, without precedence or any one piece of information. And with that picture I hold firm to the belief DT will be removed from office before 2019; one way or another including resignation, Article 25 removal, impeachment/indictment, assassination, or even suicide. Including the part(s) mainstream media has played and state of the social fabric in America.
  9. @Troy "Tax authorities in the Empire State have opened an investigation after the New York Times reported that Donald Trump had engaged in “dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud”, as he and his siblings took the reins of the real estate business established by their father, Fred Trump. The Times report found that, contrary to his image as a self-made man, Donald Trump “received the equivalent today of at least $413m from his father’s real estate empire”. " Impeachment. Impeachment. Impeachment before the indictment, before year-end! I really hope you win this, NOT REALLY!
  10. The REALITY is the concept of time is relative and irrelevant in light of this political atmosphere. I hold firm, DT will not be president by the end of the year. The two of you should open your minds more. I always root for impossible as more likely than what is possible.
  11. @Troy The first shot across the bow of impeachment, probably before the midterms? Are you still optimistic, Brother? Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., said Monday that President Donald Trump’s comments about former President Barack Obama’s place of birth were “disqualifying,” Newsweek reports. Read Newsmax: Flake: Trump Should Have Been Disqualified for Questioning Obama's Birthplace | Newsmax.com Urgent: Do you approve of Pres. Trump?
  12. @Cynique OH YEAH, sister, little to the right - now take your shoes off!
  13. Okay, sister, point taken. No need to talk dirty. Funky.
  14. Hilarious, yeah, I'm sure Brother Troy meant 'flunk' but the slip was amusing! I experience very strong emotions looking people in the face and comparing expressions to how I feel at the moment, and listening to the tone of their voices which inspires, anger, or inspired strong resentment (hatred); nothing some Coltrane, Davis, Lurie, Knight, and Ojays can mellow out. *ucking urges happen whenever the wind blows too hard. However, I wonder @Cynique sister, when you turned the dial on the radio searching for a choice what symbol or emotion encouraged to turn on the radio in the first place?
  15. It probably won't matter, DT's base and his opposition are going to so busy killing each other, while the National Guard, stand guard. At worse, a Constitutional crisis is going to turn the country into a lawless freefall. Maybe not, just unnoticed by me.
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