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    He didn't do it because his advisors managed to...

    He didn't do it because his advisors managed to sit on him since it would have been far worse than "not going over well politically." The Mueller investigation happened because Trump had already...
  2. I understand it just fine. I understand that you...

    I understand it just fine. I understand that you lie. You lie to us and you lie to yourself. I understand that you didn't say boo about militia types blocking roads during the Bundy confrontation...
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    Except it doesn't matter whether he's innocent or...

    Except it doesn't matter whether he's innocent or guilty because even if the House votes on and impeaches Trump there still isn't a chance in hell there's going to be a supermajority in the Senate...
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    Well yeah. McCarthy was opposing pinko communist...

    Well yeah. McCarthy was opposing pinko communist leftists. Russia now is an authoritarian kleptocratic oligarchy. A natural ally for certain kinds of conservatives.
  5. No you don't. You also want to forbid the public...

    No you don't. You also want to forbid the public square to protestors and other liberals. When it's conservative causes you say "free speech." When it's not conservative causes you declare it's...
  6. She's actually probably correct in part. The...

    She's actually probably correct in part. The domestic situation is one of Trump's own making but if his Presidency was on stronger footing, Erdogan and the Turks might not have gone for it. The way...
  7. What do you mean, of course it's constitutional. ...

    What do you mean, of course it's constitutional. So long as a Republican is in office, of course. If it's a Democrat in office it's horrific federal overreach, an assault on states rights, and an...
  8. Could be someone working against Trump but since...

    Could be someone working against Trump but since is the Trump WH it could just as easily be one staffer trying to make another look bad.
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    It might be a learned trait but it is also a...

    It might be a learned trait but it is also a biologically limited one. We don't stop learning as we age but we do stop learning as well.

    edit: and apparently an earlier post I had got eaten by...
  10. No, gerrymandering uses political power to create...

    No, gerrymandering uses political power to create ridiculous and utterly nonsensical districts, and while increasing one party's power over another is one reason (and yes, one of the most common)...
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    Back when Alex was injured, I actually mentioned...

    Back when Alex was injured, I actually mentioned the possibility to my mother. We agreed that it would be a heartless thing to do to bring Colin in to replace poor Alex on two different teams.
    His...
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    Well this hearthstone player was underperforming...

    Well this hearthstone player was underperforming and he clearly brought needless drama to the franchise so obviously you shouldn't care about this either. Assuming, of course, they either your...
  13. Because if he does he's going to be breaking the...

    Because if he does he's going to be breaking the agreement that was made with Volker, or releasing classified information or some other such thing that has nothing to do with helping Trump, and...
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    Of course they weren't and aren't free to be...

    Of course they weren't and aren't free to be "woke" when it comes to American politics because you and yours scream and rant about it just the same when they do. You were perfectly happy to take a...
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    He is. Because interstate relations generally...

    He is. Because interstate relations generally calls for moderation and Trump likes grandiose extremes. It's perfectly reasonable and acceptable for us to object to him both ignoring/allowing bad...
  16. That sort of thinking is exactly why "the big...

    That sort of thinking is exactly why "the big lie" works as propaganda.
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    Everything you said is wrong. The "castle...

    Everything you said is wrong. The "castle doctrine" is nothing more or less than a "stand your ground" context. As Texas already has fairly broad self defense laws in that regard, it doesn't give...
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    The purpose of the castle doctrine is not and...

    The purpose of the castle doctrine is not and never has been to make the word "home" into some kind of magic. I realize that is foreign to you since as far as you're concerned it is, as always, the...
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    Sure you do, if you legitimately think it's the...

    Sure you do, if you legitimately think it's the right home. Classic mens rea. You know, one of the fundamental aspects of legal theory which allows you to create the castle doctrine in the first...
  20. The specific probabilities matter too. You say...

    The specific probabilities matter too. You say with some of the mutations, the probabilities jump to 80% over a lifetime. Aimless cited some slightly different numbers, ~70% by age 80 (presumably...
  21. Under the philosophy of "do the least harm," I...

    Under the philosophy of "do the least harm," I would imagine prophylactic surgery would not be the common choice. You don't undergo major surgical procedures and remove parts of your body because...
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    I found the missing "no" tellers. Apparently...

    I found the missing "no" tellers. Apparently Aimless is hoarding all the negative expression forms.
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    The UK is a parliamentary (which is to say a...

    The UK is a parliamentary (which is to say a representative) democracy. As such, Parliament is a relatively small body. Small enough that it does not (or should not) NEED to do something like...
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    Our Twit-in-Chief does muddy the waters a fair...

    Our Twit-in-Chief does muddy the waters a fair bit but traditionally, it's never been safe for government officials and politicans to troll (or to have trolled in the past)
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    It's the only way this is going to get resolved,...

    It's the only way this is going to get resolved, Steely. You and others may think and hope that if a "no deal Brexit" just looms close enough that eventually your MPs will stampede into revoking. ...
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