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Nov 8, 2019 09:08:41   #
Kevyn
 
Imagine if it had worked.
Imagine if our President had leveraged his role as Commander in Chief to persuade a foreign power to open an investigation into his political opponent.
Imagine if the President’s rival lost the primary because news broke that he was under investigation.
Imagine if that meant the President faced a weaker candidate in November 2020–and won re-election as a result.
Imagine if our President owed his victory to a foreign power and we never found out.
Imagine how much influence the leaders of that country would have on our foreign policy decisions.
Imagine how easily they could blackmail our Commander in Chief.
Imagine what our President would do next, knowing he could subvert our democracy without paying a price.
Now, imagine if, eventually, we did find out. But it was too late–because he had already won.
Imagine what that would do to our faith in elections, to our trust in government, to our belief that we live in a democracy.
If President Trump’s efforts to coerce Ukraine into interfering with American democracy had stayed a secret until the 2020 election–if a whistle-blower hadn’t spoken out–we would have fundamentally, perhaps irrevocably, lost faith in the legitimacy of our republic.
That is why there is no choice but to impeach and remove Trump: because he was willing to undermine our democracy to help his prospects of re-election; because he has stated, unapologetically, that he would do it again; and most important, because he wielded the powers of his office for personal benefit instead of for the benefit of the people. And a President like that–a President who puts himself over his country–is exactly the kind of Commander in Chief our founders included impeachment in our Constitution to remove.

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Nov 8, 2019 09:13:57   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
Kevyn wrote:
Imagine if it had worked.
Imagine if our President had leveraged his role as Commander in Chief to persuade a foreign power to open an investigation into his political opponent.
Imagine if the President’s rival lost the primary because news broke that he was under investigation.
Imagine if that meant the President faced a weaker candidate in November 2020–and won re-election as a result.
Imagine if our President owed his victory to a foreign power and we never found out.
Imagine how much influence the leaders of that country would have on our foreign policy decisions.
Imagine how easily they could blackmail our Commander in Chief.
Imagine what our President would do next, knowing he could subvert our democracy without paying a price.
Now, imagine if, eventually, we did find out. But it was too late–because he had already won.
Imagine what that would do to our faith in elections, to our trust in government, to our belief that we live in a democracy.
If President Trump’s efforts to coerce Ukraine into interfering with American democracy had stayed a secret until the 2020 election–if a whistle-blower hadn’t spoken out–we would have fundamentally, perhaps irrevocably, lost faith in the legitimacy of our republic.
That is why there is no choice but to impeach and remove Trump: because he was willing to undermine our democracy to help his prospects of re-election; because he has stated, unapologetically, that he would do it again; and most important, because he wielded the powers of his office for personal benefit instead of for the benefit of the people. And a President like that–a President who puts himself over his country–is exactly the kind of Commander in Chief our founders included impeachment in our Constitution to remove.
Imagine if it had worked. br Imagine if our Presid... (show quote)


Thought you lost faith in your Republic when Russia helped Trump wins the election

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Nov 8, 2019 09:21:52   #
Lonewolf
 
Kevyn wrote:
Imagine if it had worked.
Imagine if our President had leveraged his role as Commander in Chief to persuade a foreign power to open an investigation into his political opponent.
Imagine if the President’s rival lost the primary because news broke that he was under investigation.
Imagine if that meant the President faced a weaker candidate in November 2020–and won re-election as a result.
Imagine if our President owed his victory to a foreign power and we never found out.
Imagine how much influence the leaders of that country would have on our foreign policy decisions.
Imagine how easily they could blackmail our Commander in Chief.
Imagine what our President would do next, knowing he could subvert our democracy without paying a price.
Now, imagine if, eventually, we did find out. But it was too late–because he had already won.
Imagine what that would do to our faith in elections, to our trust in government, to our belief that we live in a democracy.
If President Trump’s efforts to coerce Ukraine into interfering with American democracy had stayed a secret until the 2020 election–if a whistle-blower hadn’t spoken out–we would have fundamentally, perhaps irrevocably, lost faith in the legitimacy of our republic.
That is why there is no choice but to impeach and remove Trump: because he was willing to undermine our democracy to help his prospects of re-election; because he has stated, unapologetically, that he would do it again; and most important, because he wielded the powers of his office for personal benefit instead of for the benefit of the people. And a President like that–a President who puts himself over his country–is exactly the kind of Commander in Chief our founders included impeachment in our Constitution to remove.
Imagine if it had worked. br Imagine if our Presid... (show quote)



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Nov 8, 2019 09:30:33   #
Chamuco
 
Don't have to "imagine".

It already happened in 2016 against Trump by Steele Dossier with information provided by British intelligence with Ukrainian [yes, the very same Ukraine BEFORE corruption was confronted] input.

And, while "imagining".., add the use of the IRS against political opposition, wire-tapping opposing journalists and refusal to cooperate with House Investigations into scandals such as "fast and furious" [which the Democratic House now labels as "obstruction"].

It doesn't take much such "imaginings" to realize that impeachment is a POLITICAL animal which, depending on your ideology, can be achieved if sufficiently "deranged".

Your diatribe is well-written but unconvincingly one-sided.

Nice try but.., NO SALE.

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Nov 8, 2019 09:48:29   #
Weasel Loc: In the Great State Of Indiana!!
 
Kevyn wrote:
Imagine if it had worked.
Imagine if our President had leveraged his role as Commander in Chief to persuade a foreign power to open an investigation into his political opponent.
Imagine if the President’s rival lost the primary because news broke that he was under investigation.
Imagine if that meant the President faced a weaker candidate in November 2020–and won re-election as a result.
Imagine if our President owed his victory to a foreign power and we never found out.
Imagine how much influence the leaders of that country would have on our foreign policy decisions.
Imagine how easily they could blackmail our Commander in Chief.
Imagine what our President would do next, knowing he could subvert our democracy without paying a price.
Now, imagine if, eventually, we did find out. But it was too late–because he had already won.
Imagine what that would do to our faith in elections, to our trust in government, to our belief that we live in a democracy.
If President Trump’s efforts to coerce Ukraine into interfering with American democracy had stayed a secret until the 2020 election–if a whistle-blower hadn’t spoken out–we would have fundamentally, perhaps irrevocably, lost faith in the legitimacy of our republic.
That is why there is no choice but to impeach and remove Trump: because he was willing to undermine our democracy to help his prospects of re-election; because he has stated, unapologetically, that he would do it again; and most important, because he wielded the powers of his office for personal benefit instead of for the benefit of the people. And a President like that–a President who puts himself over his country–is exactly the kind of Commander in Chief our founders included impeachment in our Constitution to remove.
Imagine if it had worked. br Imagine if our Presid... (show quote)


Imagine M. Bloomberg as your President.
Now all the pieces fit.

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Nov 8, 2019 10:02:25   #
hdjimv Loc: South Dakota
 
Chamuco wrote:
Don't have to "imagine".

It already happened in 2016 against Trump by Steele Dossier with information provided by British intelligence with Ukrainian [yes, the very same Ukraine BEFORE corruption was confronted] input.

And, while "imagining".., add the use of the IRS against political opposition, wire-tapping opposing journalists and refusal to cooperate with House Investigations into scandals such as "fast and furious" [which the Democratic House now labels as "obstruction"].

It doesn't take much such "imaginings" to realize that impeachment is a POLITICAL animal which, depending on your ideology, can be achieved if sufficiently "deranged".

Your diatribe is well-written but unconvincingly one-sided.

Nice try but.., NO SALE.
Don't have to "imagine". br br It alrea... (show quote)



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Nov 8, 2019 10:03:11   #
hdjimv Loc: South Dakota
 
Weasel wrote:
Imagine M. Bloomberg as your President.
Now all the pieces fit.


Exactly!

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Nov 8, 2019 10:25:21   #
peg w
 
Back to impeachment. We have to get rid of Trump because he is using the office for his own purposes, not Americans. I wonder what else he has done that we do not know about.

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Nov 8, 2019 10:26:42   #
steve66613
 
Weasel wrote:
Imagine M. Bloomberg as your President.
Now all the pieces fit.


Ol’ Bloomie could restrict “sugary drinks” all over the country! Yippee!

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Nov 8, 2019 10:43:48   #
bestpal38 Loc: Cedar City, Utah
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Thought you lost faith in your Republic when Russia helped Trump wins the election
Thought you lost faith in your Republic when Russi... (show quote)


Try to keep up Canuck......New narrative now.

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Nov 8, 2019 10:45:28   #
bestpal38 Loc: Cedar City, Utah
 
peg w wrote:
Back to impeachment. We have to get rid of Trump because he is using the office for his own purposes, not Americans. I wonder what else he has done that we do not know about.


He is crazy like a fox, using the office of president to further his Trump empire!! I can't wait for the movie of his life!!

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Nov 8, 2019 10:50:54   #
F.D.R.
 
Kevyn wrote:
Imagine if it had worked.
Imagine if our President had leveraged his role as Commander in Chief to persuade a foreign power to open an investigation into his political opponent.
Imagine if the President’s rival lost the primary because news broke that he was under investigation.
Imagine if that meant the President faced a weaker candidate in November 2020–and won re-election as a result.
Imagine if our President owed his victory to a foreign power and we never found out.
Imagine how much influence the leaders of that country would have on our foreign policy decisions.
Imagine how easily they could blackmail our Commander in Chief.
Imagine what our President would do next, knowing he could subvert our democracy without paying a price.
Now, imagine if, eventually, we did find out. But it was too late–because he had already won.
Imagine what that would do to our faith in elections, to our trust in government, to our belief that we live in a democracy.
If President Trump’s efforts to coerce Ukraine into interfering with American democracy had stayed a secret until the 2020 election–if a whistle-blower hadn’t spoken out–we would have fundamentally, perhaps irrevocably, lost faith in the legitimacy of our republic.
That is why there is no choice but to impeach and remove Trump: because he was willing to undermine our democracy to help his prospects of re-election; because he has stated, unapologetically, that he would do it again; and most important, because he wielded the powers of his office for personal benefit instead of for the benefit of the people. And a President like that–a President who puts himself over his country–is exactly the kind of Commander in Chief our founders included impeachment in our Constitution to remove.
Imagine if it had worked. br Imagine if our Presid... (show quote)


Imagine that you will wake up one fine day and find the happiness of living in a free and prosperous country thanks to President Trump.

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Nov 8, 2019 11:06:02   #
Airforceone
 
Kevyn wrote:
Imagine if it had worked.
Imagine if our President had leveraged his role as Commander in Chief to persuade a foreign power to open an investigation into his political opponent.
Imagine if the President’s rival lost the primary because news broke that he was under investigation.
Imagine if that meant the President faced a weaker candidate in November 2020–and won re-election as a result.
Imagine if our President owed his victory to a foreign power and we never found out.
Imagine how much influence the leaders of that country would have on our foreign policy decisions.
Imagine how easily they could blackmail our Commander in Chief.
Imagine what our President would do next, knowing he could subvert our democracy without paying a price.
Now, imagine if, eventually, we did find out. But it was too late–because he had already won.
Imagine what that would do to our faith in elections, to our trust in government, to our belief that we live in a democracy.
If President Trump’s efforts to coerce Ukraine into interfering with American democracy had stayed a secret until the 2020 election–if a whistle-blower hadn’t spoken out–we would have fundamentally, perhaps irrevocably, lost faith in the legitimacy of our republic.
That is why there is no choice but to impeach and remove Trump: because he was willing to undermine our democracy to help his prospects of re-election; because he has stated, unapologetically, that he would do it again; and most important, because he wielded the powers of his office for personal benefit instead of for the benefit of the people. And a President like that–a President who puts himself over his country–is exactly the kind of Commander in Chief our founders included impeachment in our Constitution to remove.
Imagine if it had worked. br Imagine if our Presid... (show quote)



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Nov 8, 2019 11:20:23   #
Louie27 Loc: Peoria, AZ
 
Kevyn wrote:
Imagine if it had worked.
Imagine if our President had leveraged his role as Commander in Chief to persuade a foreign power to open an investigation into his political opponent.
Imagine if the President’s rival lost the primary because news broke that he was under investigation.
Imagine if that meant the President faced a weaker candidate in November 2020–and won re-election as a result.
Imagine if our President owed his victory to a foreign power and we never found out.
Imagine how much influence the leaders of that country would have on our foreign policy decisions.
Imagine how easily they could blackmail our Commander in Chief.
Imagine what our President would do next, knowing he could subvert our democracy without paying a price.
Now, imagine if, eventually, we did find out. But it was too late–because he had already won.
Imagine what that would do to our faith in elections, to our trust in government, to our belief that we live in a democracy.
If President Trump’s efforts to coerce Ukraine into interfering with American democracy had stayed a secret until the 2020 election–if a whistle-blower hadn’t spoken out–we would have fundamentally, perhaps irrevocably, lost faith in the legitimacy of our republic.
That is why there is no choice but to impeach and remove Trump: because he was willing to undermine our democracy to help his prospects of re-election; because he has stated, unapologetically, that he would do it again; and most important, because he wielded the powers of his office for personal benefit instead of for the benefit of the people. And a President like that–a President who puts himself over his country–is exactly the kind of Commander in Chief our founders included impeachment in our Constitution to remove.
Imagine if it had worked. br Imagine if our Presid... (show quote)


We can only imagine you to have a coherent mind to actually produce facts that were reliable and true. This is only a hope not a fact. But your one way mind is oblivious to all reasonable perception of truth. There is nothing in the transcript that points in that direction. It is only in the minds of those that oppose Trumps election as President. It all started with in the first day of his accepting the Presidency of the United States. At that time there were no crimes he had committed as President and has been continually been forced upon the people, lies and false accusation's, with no limit on false allegations by the corrupt MSM. Just point how Trump has put himself above and befor the American people? We want you to provide actual facts, not false allegations by the corrupt members of Congress and the MSM, who are just talking heads for the Democratic party.

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Nov 8, 2019 11:22:41   #
Kevyn
 
Louie27 wrote:
We can only imagine you to have a coherent mind to actually produce facts that were reliable and true. This is only a hope not a fact. But your one way mind is oblivious to all reasonable perception of truth. There is nothing in the transcript that points in that direction. It is only in the minds of those that oppose Trumps election as President. It all started with in the first day of his accepting the Presidency of the United States. At that time there were no crimes he had committed as President and has been continually been forced upon the people, lies and false accusation's, with no limit on false allegations by the corrupt MSM. Just point how Trump has put himself above and befor the American people? We want you to provide actual facts, not false allegations by the corrupt members of Congress and the MSM, who are just talking heads for the Democratic party.
We can only imagine you to have a coherent mind to... (show quote)

The mans entire life has been a white collar crime spree, he can no more behave ethically than he can tell the truth.

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