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    Quote Originally Posted by HadEnough2 View Post
    I always try to leave a little on the table. Trump has made over 2,000 miss-statements or lies. You can't keep track. Trump's a joke, a republican joke.
    Good point. You don't want posts to get too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HadEnough2 View Post
    ....and that's a good thing.
    Shows you have no credibility or integrity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macduff View Post
    Let's test this theory. Here is a thread about Obama posing for a picture with the preeminent anti-Semite in the country. The Photo That Never Saw The Light of Day: Obama With Farrakhan In 2005 Which post of yours in that thread criticized him for it?
    Really? Obama posed for that picture when he was just a Senator and it was already explained that around that time Farrakhan had a run in with cancer starting in 2000 and he told people he was re-evaluating his past beliefs around 2005 as the cancer had come back a second time. It was the same time he was arranging a March on Washington and was opening up to groups of people he previosly had purposely left out. I don't see it earth shattering that the Black Caucus asked Farrakhan to hear him out. It turns out his change of heart concerning the groups he had hated in the past didn't last long once he was cured of the cancer and wouldn't be dying as a result.

    Farrakhan was long criticized for his inflammatory comments about Jews, his 1984 remark that Hitler was "wickedly great" and his association with anti-American leaders like Libya's Moammar Gadhafi and Cuba's Fidel Castro, Farrakhan has dialed back his rhetoric in recent years.

    In 1995, he organized a "Million Man March" in Washington to urge African-American men to take responsibility for improving themselves, their families, and communities. And in 2000, he expressed regret that his writings may have influenced the killers of former black Muslim leader Malcolm X.

    February 25, 2007
    Ailing Farrakhan calls for religious harmony - CNN.com

    He underwent surgery in 2000 to remove an intestinal ulcer stemming from his treatment, and announced last September that doctors had discovered a similar ulcer, along with "serious infection and inflammation."

    That month, Farrakhan turned over control of the organization to an executive board.

    His two-hour speech in Detroit marked his first public appearance in seven months, and the Nation of Islam said it could be his last.

    Sunday, he said Jesus and Mohammed "are brothers who come from the same eternal God."

    "How dare us try to split up the prophets and make them enemies of each other to justify our being enemies," he said.

    "If Jesus and Mohammed were on this stage, they would embrace each other with love. If Moses and the prophets and Abraham the father would be on this podium with all the prophets, they would embrace each other."
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Shows you have no credibility or integrity
    You show you know nothing about the poster

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Shows you have no credibility or integrity
    Again with the "shows you"?

    How about making an actual point, debating an issue, presenting facts?

    Well, forget the presenting facts part, they dont work for you anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eve1 View Post
    You show you know nothing about the poster
    Shows I know everything about liberals

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    Quote Originally Posted by labrea View Post
    Again with the "shows you"?

    How about making an actual point, debating an issue, presenting facts?

    Well, forget the presenting facts part, they dont work for you anyway.
    When democrats show facts let me know

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    This thread is not about Ptif219, nor is it about liberals. It's about 5 senators who called on Trump to resign over misconduct allegations. I actually had to go back and re read the title to be sure.

    Now, of course Trump won't resign. Trump not finishing his first term is a wild dream of Democrats and, though they'd never express it, of a lot of prominent Republicans who see what Trump's nonsense is likely to do to the party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    This thread is not about Ptif219, nor is it about liberals. It's about 5 senators who called on Trump to resign over misconduct allegations. I actually had to go back and re read the title to be sure.

    Now, of course Trump won't resign. Trump not finishing his first term is a wild dream of Democrats and, though they'd never express it, of a lot of prominent Republicans who see what Trump's nonsense is likely to do to the party.

    There is certainly a possibility that Trump won't finish his first term. (resign, removal, health)

    And a lot of conservatives would not be broken hearted over such an event. (Although for the "removal avenue" there still needs to be a legitimate reason to do so.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatic View Post
    There is certainly a possibility that Trump won't finish his first term. (resign, removal, health)

    And a lot of conservatives would not be broken hearted over such an event. (Although for the "removal avenue" there still needs to be a legitimate reason to do so.)
    I think if that happens, any of the three, it's going to be the Democrats scrambling. Mike Pence, as an incumbent going into 2020?

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