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Americans' support for impeaching Trump rises - Reuters/Ipsos poll

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9 minutes ago, lannarebirth said:

 

Undoudtedly, there are least 10,000 persons around the World that "need killin' " if we're to have a hope for a better World. But that's not going to happen and going all "extrajudicial" on a few here or there is only going to empower the remaining <deleted>.

 

It’s not happening so much in the real world, but, on the internet, there’s more and more talk of “bringing out the guillotines.”

 

It isn’t healthy because it shows people losing faith in democracy when the real problem is apathy and cheating rather than democracy. Besides, that kind of talk often tends to empower authoritarians rather than the liberal-minded.

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16 minutes ago, Thakkar said:

 

It’s not happening so much in the real world, but, on the internet, there’s more and more talk of “bringing out the guillotines.”

 

It isn’t healthy because it shows people losing faith in democracy when the real problem is apathy and cheating rather than democracy. Besides, that kind of talk often tends to empower authoritarians rather than the liberal-minded.

 

Actually, I'm a fan of democracy, and that's why I'm able to take the good with the bad. I'm also a partisan, and when I see my party become pretty much indistinguishable from the opposition party I see that democracy is becoming abused and that the people need to take charge once again.

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22 minutes ago, lannarebirth said:

 

Actually, I'm a fan of democracy, and that's why I'm able to take the good with the bad. I'm also a partisan, and when I see my party become pretty much indistinguishable from the opposition party I see that democracy is becoming abused and that the people need to take charge once again.

 

I don’t disagree, but would stop short at violence. At least for now.

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15 minutes ago, Thakkar said:

 

I don’t disagree, but would stop short at violence. At least for now.

 

Ditto.

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22 minutes ago, lannarebirth said:
38 minutes ago, Thakkar said:

 

I don’t disagree, but would stop short at violence. At least for now.

 

Ditto

 

Must say it feels good to be on the same page on the things that really matter.

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2 minutes ago, Thakkar said:

 

Must say it feels good to be on the same page on the things that really matter.

It's easy to get "triggered" by the news of the day, but it's core values that matter.  This too will pass, but there are lessons to be learned. I certainly have learned as much from what I wouldn't wish to emulate as that which I would wish to.

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I'd bet that most Americans cannot even spell the word "impeach" (or is it "impeech"?), much less understand what it means. :stoner:

 

 

 

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I'd bet that most Americans cannot even spell the word "impeach" (or is it "impeech"?), much less understand what it means. :stoner:
 
 
 
It's not that bad but I think most Americans don't realize that impeachment requires conviction in the senate to remove.

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here they go again getting their hopes up based on polls. 

worked out so well in 2016. 

Trumps victory exposed that media scam. polls😂

 

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