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    Because at this point, the GOP has demonstrated...

    Because at this point, the GOP has demonstrated it is actively dangerous to think they might do the right thing.
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    Keep dreaming.

    Keep dreaming.
  3. Most officials involved are going to be immune...

    Most officials involved are going to be immune because their acts were ministerial. They had no discretion. Those who did have discretion will be protected by qualified immunity. Separating...
  4. Dragged before judges in what capacity? What...

    Dragged before judges in what capacity? What working of the legal system are you looking for here?
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    He's not from Georgia. You're a couple thousand...

    He's not from Georgia. You're a couple thousand kilometers off there, Being.
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    I noticed an incredible time-gap in the article...

    I noticed an incredible time-gap in the article between the two sets of extremists starting to work together and anything current. No linking people, organizations, events, etc. mentioned between...
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    I.e. every person besides you who commented in...

    I.e. every person besides you who commented in the thread. Or heard about it
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    I'm surprised they're being silent rather than...

    I'm surprised they're being silent rather than being vocal in their support. Whatever those in the military themselves might think, this sort of sentiment is going to be very popular with the GOP...
  9. It also makes cosmetic and prosthetic work easier.

    It also makes cosmetic and prosthetic work easier.
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    In fairness, the speculations others are engaging...

    In fairness, the speculations others are engaging in are regarding forseeable developments or technology which we have but aren't really using right now. Whereas development in storage has been...
  11. You did nothing of the sort. I answered your...

    You did nothing of the sort. I answered your question and you responded by presenting another issue entirely and getting sarcastic because that new issue concerned you and the one I had addressed...
  12. Trying to win a trial by first winning a campaign...

    Trying to win a trial by first winning a campaign on public opinion is nothing new either, it certainly predates the US legal system. As for the rest, thank you for reminding me why it's a total...
  13. Yes and no. It's specious and wastes time and...

    Yes and no. It's specious and wastes time and that is a cause for concern because it is one (albeit just one of many) reasons behind the already-mentioned backlog of work swamping the judicial...
  14. Wrt a claim of that particular kind of immunity,...

    Wrt a claim of that particular kind of immunity, yes. That does not address immunity or privilege arising elsewhere, though.



    Well, they're going to make a bunch of claims both true and...
  15. Nope, you were the only person on here who...

    Nope, you were the only person on here who complained. I and Hazir pointed out that if you were griping about the Imperial Presidency, you really ought to have started earlier, since it's been a...
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    No. Don't try and use government health services...

    No. Don't try and use government health services to engage in punitive social engineering. If you want to impose a "reject your doctor" fee, you need to apply it to all requests, not just those who...
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    But if it had an inventory of transmission lines...

    But if it had an inventory of transmission lines needing repair (or underground gas lines in urban residential areas) then there'd be a paper trail showing they KNEW those had to be repaired when...
  18. To the best of my knowledge, the position being...

    To the best of my knowledge, the position being advanced in defense of Congress not being able to compel those two figures to testify is on grounds which the courts have never considered directly...
  19. Lewk [i]already[/] said that.

    Lewk [i]already[/] said that.
  20. It depends. "Executive Privilege" is a general...

    It depends. "Executive Privilege" is a general term for a collection of privileges and rights which arise from several different areas of law and the Constitution and apply to different things with...
  21. I should have added that while a sitting...

    I should have added that while a sitting President does not have immunity from investigation, s/he does get shielded by various kinds of executive privilege as well as federal supremacy. That's hard...
  22. The immunity to prosecution claim is, I believe,...

    The immunity to prosecution claim is, I believe, correct. Prosecuting a sitting President falls to Congress via the impeachment process. The idea that it can't even be investigated is blatantly...
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    It is. But you don't stamp out corruption with...

    It is. But you don't stamp out corruption with more corruption, you just replace it. And getting personal electoral favors is BIGGER corruption than ANYTHING you think Biden Jr. might have been up...
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    "You're going to regret not letting me start my...

    "You're going to regret not letting me start my wars!"
  25. Maybe Nunes should have been a bit more open when...

    Maybe Nunes should have been a bit more open when he was chairing the investigation into Russia's involvement in the election. You didn't find any of this remarkable when it was the Republicans...
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