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Author Topic: When will Trump be impeached?  (Read 196283 times)

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #660 on: June 13, 2017, 07:50:15 AM »
Maryland and D.C. Sue Trump Over His Private Businesses

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Monday’s complaint claims that businesses owned by Mr. Trump divert customers away from businesses that the District of Columbia and Maryland either own, license or tax, harming those governments financially. For example, it contends, the Trump International Hotel in Washington competes with facilities owned or operated by the city’s government, including the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, its armory and its Carnegie Library. It also competes with a government-owned conference center in Bethesda, Md., and a resort in Prince George’s County, Md., that generates tax revenue for the state, the suit claims.

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The suit also claims that the president has used his position to help his businesses. His visits to the Trump hotel in the renovated Old Post Office have raised the facility’s profile, it claims, and put competitors at a disadvantage. Although Mr. Trump’s businesses pay taxes, it states that overall, his business interests threaten revenue on which Maryland and the District of Columbia depend.

Moreover, the suit claims, the president’s business dealings create an “intolerable dilemma” for governments like Maryland and the District of Columbia. If they refuse requests from the Trump Organization for concessions because they are too costly or against the public interest, the company could turn to other states more willing to grant favors.

Forcing the President's hand on releasing his tax returns is another hope of this lawsuit.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #661 on: June 13, 2017, 08:13:55 AM »
http://edition.cnn.com/2017/06/12/politics/donald-trump-cabinet-meeting/index.html

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #662 on: June 14, 2017, 09:05:09 AM »
It's a case of if they don't praise him they might lose their jobs.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #663 on: June 14, 2017, 09:15:47 AM »
It's a case of making it clear to the public that they stand behind the president and are putting themselves on record as doing so. There have been a lot of leaks and rumors are flying. It's important to establish these things and get people on message so as to present a unified front.

It's no different from the players publicly supporting their manager who the board may be trying to secretly undermine but can't sack due to fan popularity.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #664 on: June 14, 2017, 10:01:43 AM »
It's a case of making it clear to the public that they stand behind the president and are putting themselves on record as doing so. There have been a lot of leaks and rumors are flying. It's important to establish these things and get people on message so as to present a unified front.

It's no different from the players publicly supporting their manager who the board may be trying to secretly undermine but can't sack due to fan popularity.

There is no "on message" with Dear Leader Trump. The "message" is anything he decides to tweet about at 3am in the morning.

The leaks are very welcome because quite frankly it's been a sh!t show since Day 1.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #665 on: June 14, 2017, 11:20:45 AM »
Days to hit a 60% disapproval rating:

Carter: Never
Reagan: Never
H.W. Bush: Never
Clinton: Never
W. Bush: 1,756
Obama: Never
Trump: 144

What do Trump and G.W. have in common? They both lost the popular vote.


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #667 on: June 14, 2017, 10:54:57 PM »
Democrats in Congress Sue Trump Over Foreign Business Dealings

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Like the previous two federal lawsuits, this one, to be filed in federal court in Washington, accuses Mr. Trump of illegally profiteering from his businesses in a variety of ways, including collecting payments from foreign diplomats who stay in his hotels and accepting trademark approvals from foreign governments for his company’s goods and services.

But it creates a new group of plaintiffs who claim the president’s actions have damaged them: Democratic members of the House and Senate who say they have been wrongly deprived of their constitutional right to rule on whether Mr. Trump can accept such economic benefits from foreign governments, according to Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, who led the effort with Representative John Conyers Jr. of Michigan.

“The founders ensured that federal officeholders would not decide for themselves whether particular emoluments were likely to compromise their own independence or lead them to put personal interest over national interest,” the lawsuit states. “An officeholder, in short, should not be the sole judge of his own integrity.”

Mr. Trump now faces three distinct groups of legal opponents, each alleging they have been harmed in a different way. Earlier this year, private individuals who own hotels or restaurants or book events at hotels that they say compete with Mr. Trump’s joined a lawsuit filed in federal court in New York by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, or CREW, a nonprofit watchdog group.

On Monday, the attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia filed suit in federal court in Maryland, accusing Mr. Trump of putting hotels, resorts and convention centers owned or operated by their governments at a competitive disadvantage. Some legal experts have suggested that this suit may be the most likely to proceed because a state is considered a “coequal sovereign” of the president.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #668 on: June 14, 2017, 11:03:22 PM »
The Trump Administration is playing out like the Godfather except the Corleones have been replaced with the burglars from Home Alone.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #669 on: June 15, 2017, 12:28:02 AM »
Well, Trump is still POTUS kids, and still zero reason why he won't be for 7.5 more years. Made up disapproval ratings, witch hunts, corporate media coup, doesn't change anything.  :laugh:

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #670 on: June 15, 2017, 11:02:46 AM »
Well, Trump is still POTUS kids, and still zero reason why he won't be for 7.5 more years. Made up disapproval ratings, witch hunts, corporate media coup, doesn't change anything.  :laugh:
I completely agree, and yes, I predict he will win 2020 with ease.  Also, if "progressive" (so called) oppressed, victims continue to take over colleges like we most recently saw at Evergreen in Washington, then the dems will lose 2024 as well.  We need to gut American universities and colleges, Marxist professors are the ones creating these violent, uneducated children.   

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #671 on: June 15, 2017, 11:15:01 AM »
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #672 on: June 15, 2017, 11:37:35 AM »
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #673 on: June 15, 2017, 11:48:37 AM »
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

A lot of money would be in play to stop it. I think he'd be great for the country, but I wouldn't bet on him to be nominated.
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #674 on: June 15, 2017, 11:49:01 AM »
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.

I believe that Bernie Sanders quoted a price tag of $60 billion dollars a year. Consider the fact that we bomb Syria at a cost of $30 billion a year. If we would stop that, that if half the cost of Sander's program.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #675 on: June 15, 2017, 11:58:18 AM »
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.

I guess all the other developed democracies pay for all that same stuff magically.

A drastic cut to American military spending would still see the US at #1 in military spending.

If you reduced it by say, 33%, which again, would still leave the US military as a bloated, enormous thing that dwarfs any other country, and reversed the tax-cuts to the wealthy and corporations that Trump is proposing, you would have an AWFUL lot of money to spend.

TLDR: America can afford it just like everybody else. Demublicans CHOOSE not to.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #676 on: June 15, 2017, 12:46:51 PM »
No one can watch him debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything.

I support Trump and have been one of his backers on this site from the start, but even I have to admit that this pretty much describes Trump to a T.

Lenin was a teacher. U.S. Grant was a failure reduced to working as a clerk for his dad after failing at selling potatoes in the street. That Bernie couchsurfed at 40 is irrelevant. What's important is he went from couchsurfing to 2nd place in the Democratic nomination for President of the United States and is likely now one of the 50 most influential people in the world with a legion of supporters who hold him in awe.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #677 on: June 15, 2017, 02:36:20 PM »
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.

I believe that Bernie Sanders quoted a price tag of $60 billion dollars a year. Consider the fact that we bomb Syria at a cost of $30 billion a year. If we would stop that, that if half the cost of Sander's program.

$60 billion for what?


If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.

I guess all the other developed democracies pay for all that same stuff magically.

A drastic cut to American military spending would still see the US at #1 in military spending.

If you reduced it by say, 33%, which again, would still leave the US military as a bloated, enormous thing that dwarfs any other country, and reversed the tax-cuts to the wealthy and corporations that Trump is proposing, you would have an AWFUL lot of money to spend.

TLDR: America can afford it just like everybody else. Demublicans CHOOSE not to.

You still didn't say how to pay for all the crap Bernie is promising. You named some costs that do not cover his promises.

Free health care

Free college

Student loan forgiveness

Bernie is a hack politician. He just names some current expenses that his supporters don't care about (much like you just did) and they sound like a lot of money but the reality is it doesn't come close to covering the free stuff he is promising.

Just saying "Free everything for everyone!" like a middle school class president candidate then rambling off some stats about the 1% isn't an actual budget. His actual budget isn't close to being feasable.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #678 on: June 15, 2017, 02:52:21 PM »
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.
If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.

I believe that Bernie Sanders quoted a price tag of $60 billion dollars a year. Consider the fact that we bomb Syria at a cost of $30 billion a year. If we would stop that, that if half the cost of Sander's program.

$60 billion for what?


If Sanders is still healthy and runs again, he'll smash Trump and romp to a landslide victory. He is currently (by FAR) the most popular politician in America. He has the populism, anti-establishment cred, and plain-spokenness of Trump, but he's intelligent, honest, and advocates policies that will actually improve the lives of 80-90% of Americans.

It would be an easy-choice.

No one can watch Sanders debate on health care with Ted Cruz and not come away realizing he is a total idiot who is simply appealing to other idiots by promising them free stuff that he in no way could ever deliver.

He has zero actual substance. He NEVER explains how he is going to actually pay for anything. The magnitude of expense of all his promises is absolutely unreal to the point that you would literally have to tax everyone at 100% on income earned over something like $30,000 per year on top of slashing the entire military budget and other aspects of spending. He is a complete goof who has never had a job and couch surfed until he was 40 years old.

I guess all the other developed democracies pay for all that same stuff magically.

A drastic cut to American military spending would still see the US at #1 in military spending.

If you reduced it by say, 33%, which again, would still leave the US military as a bloated, enormous thing that dwarfs any other country, and reversed the tax-cuts to the wealthy and corporations that Trump is proposing, you would have an AWFUL lot of money to spend.

TLDR: America can afford it just like everybody else. Demublicans CHOOSE not to.

You still didn't say how to pay for all the crap Bernie is promising. You named some costs that do not cover his promises.

Free health care

Free college

Student loan forgiveness

Bernie is a hack politician. He just names some current expenses that his supporters don't care about (much like you just did) and they sound like a lot of money but the reality is it doesn't come close to covering the free stuff he is promising.

Just saying "Free everything for everyone!" like a middle school class president candidate then rambling off some stats about the 1% isn't an actual budget. His actual budget isn't close to being feasable.

Let's start with healthcare. Universal healthcare is CHEAPER, not more expensive than America's current system. I don't know the exact figures -- I'm not even American, but by raising taxes by let's say $1,000 per average family, they (or their employers) would no longer have to pay anything for private health insurance. That's a large net savings.

Where America loses its healthcare money is private profit. Billions and billions of dollars a year disappearing into the already deepest pockets.

P.S. The American military budget, under Trump, will likely be well over a TRILLION dollars a year.

You guys really can afford to do what you want, there just has to be the will to do it.

That's why Sanders is so popular and could easily beat any Republican put before him.

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