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283 days to go. The presidents men speak out to defend him.

To hear them talk Trump is a great president, and how terrible it is that
such a great president be subject to impeachment. Isn't it interesting that
they want to talk about how good he is, but not about how he hides evidence.
Or to keep people from testifying about him. A innocent man does not hide
while claiming he didn't do it. An innocent man would want all evidence
revealed. So we can listen to all the excuses by his defense, but we won't
hear any part of what he is hiding.

Also they talked about how sad it would be to remove a president who
the people voted for. They failed to mention it was less than one hundred
thousand votes that gave him the win, and not by the majority of
the people, where he lost by almost 3 million votes.

The defense is playing selected hearings videos as the Democrats did.
Only thing  they fail to mention that their questions are asked in a way
to lead the  witness in most cases. Something a judge wouldn't allow,
but the GOP  didn't have to worry about a judge,  and if the Democrats
stopped them  hey would claim it was unfair.

They talk about Trump phone call, but I have yet to hear them read it
from start  to finish. Instead they want to point out things that have
nothing to do with the articles  of impeachment. Like Trump talked about
how much money he is giving  them over what  Germany is. Trump
seems to think our national security should be paid for by other
countries. Even to take natural resources  from them in payment
for our aid.

This just shows how little Trump understands diplomacy. If we
started to take resources that way, it would cause constant warfare,
and hate of our country. He just can't understand business practices
do not work between nations.

They also claimed Trump was only holding aid because of corruption, so
why did he wait till 2019 to complain about it. He approved aid in 2017
and in 2018 as well. So this corruption excuse just doesn't fly.

It seems the GOP is wanting to claim the whistle blower had a political
bias. Now isn't that interesting. So why is his report the same as the
transcript of Trumps call? If there was bias it would have been 
different. The GOP and Trump have been trying to intimidate
anyone who might think about reporting wrong doing by
Trump or anyone working for him.

Much of the defense of Trump is there isn't any direct proof that
Trump did this. It is true Trump didn't come right out and say I am
going to extort Ukraine, but his words, and actions leads one to
believe it Well much of that has been hidden by Trump himself.
A the GOP wants to protect him, and will likely vote to dismiss
instead of requiring new evidence or witnesses. Also the defense
is wanting to give senators talking points, so they can go talk to
voters and defend their protection of Trump.

Some in the GOP complained when the Democrats accused Trump
of putting GOP senators heads on pikes if they don't support him.
They complain on this, after all of what Trump has done to
anyone who causes him trouble? It's nothing but sour  grapes.
Because they know if Trump thought he could get by with it,
he might just do it. Also they know if they turn against him
he will spend millions trying to ruin them politically, and
possibly more.

The worst statement was Trump feel he has good reason
to believe Russia's Putin over our CIA, This effectively gives
Putin control of Trump's thinking. Control that could tear
down our allies around the world, and loss of trust by
other Nations.

You can find out more at the following links. I don't have a
direct link to the Mueller Report, but You really should read
it. One of these sites below should have a link to it, and the
whistle blowers report too.
www.msnbc.com
www.politico.com

www.investigaterussia.org
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furries on furry / Re: Walmart Selling Fursuits?
« Last post by Jade Sinapu on January 24, 2020, 06:24:42 pm »
Seriously?!

I was just at my local Wal-Mart and I didn't see it. 

As for spending the whole day in one at a fraternity,  yeah I think you totally nailed it ! You know someone will do it.

Seems furry fandom is getting more accepted
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 Hurray!! A report on furries I can actually share with people and feel good about!
Not a bad slide show!
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furries on furry / Walmart Selling Fursuits?
« Last post by Rocket T. Coyote on January 24, 2020, 04:26:25 pm »
It has finally happened. As a Valentine's Day novelty, Walmart is offering Teddy Bear suits for about $100 each in bulk bins placed in the seasonal section of the store. One can imagine someone being forced to spend a day in one as a fraternity initiation stunt.

Yipe!
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there is also a link to a short slide show as part of the description it goes into a more in detail overview of the fandom.

https://www.cnn.com/ampstories/us/what-you-dont-get-about-furry-fursonas
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news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on January 24, 2020, 12:46:21 pm »
284 days to go. The GOP have tided their political lives to Trump. A man who
has in most elections since his near loss in 2016, has done little to help GOP
members win re election. It seems his followers like him, but they don't
listen that much to his demands on how they should vote.

I think the GOP and even the News Media have forgotten how close Trump came
to loosing. This near loss shows Trump may be popular with a substantial part
of the population, but not in control of them. Perhaps not even enough to
re elect GOP members who have turned their back on our country, just to
support Trump, a corrupt president. Elections over the past 3 years show how
much the GOP is risking, and in November they will earn their reward. A reward
they may not have wanted.

Those defending Trump, may claim he was only holding aid to stop corruption in
Ukraine, if that was the case why didn't Trump question this in 2017, and 2018?
He signed a bill giving aid to Ukraine in 2018. This claim of Trump only started
after Joe Biden entered the presidential race in April of 2019. Then why did he
hire a private investigator when he had the full power of the U S government to
do the job? The more you dissect this scheme of Trump, the more corrupt it looks.

As it happens even those in the White House were concerned, and worried it
would cause Trump trouble, but he never listens to advice he doesn't agree
with. The Mueller report showed how far Trump would go to cover up wrong
doings. But his attorney general claimed the report showed nothing wrong.
A man Trump and the GOP hired to protect and fix problems for their King.

The public at large may find it hard to see the problem, so the Democrats should
simplify it. A good example is where a home owner goes to city hall, and asks for
a permit to add a room on to their house. The person responsible for granting
permits tells them you got it, but I need a favor first. Give me a thousand in cash,
and the permit is yours. I think this would hit home with most voters. It's a form
of  corruption that has put many people in prison across the country. People in
government can't ask for personal favors  to do their jobs. Though some still try.

It seems Trump thinks he can run the country like a business, and offer bribes
to get the work done. He hadn't been president more than a few days when he
wanted to make it legal to offer bribes. He complained when his staff told him
he would have to get  congress to agree. So apparently Trump does believe as
the big eared guys in the TV show Star Trek do, that offering bribes is the proper
way of doing business. Perhaps the GOP does as well.


This link takes you to an article on GOP work in the Senate.
blocking legislation in the senate. Too much to list here..
https://www.vox.com/2019/11/29/20977735/how-many-bills-passed-house-democrats-trump

You can find out more at the following links. I don't have a
direct link to the Mueller Report, but You really should read
it. One of these sites below should have a link to it, and the
whistle blowers report too.
www.msnbc.com
www.politico.com

www.investigaterussia.org
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news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on January 23, 2020, 12:49:37 pm »
285 days to go. The GOP should be following their oath, but
it seems they care more about staying in office  than
protecting our democracy. History may show this GOP
controlled senate being the most unpatriotic of our time.

While arguments were being made, some of the senators were
seen walking out, one even had a interview on Fox News when
he should have been in the senate chambers. The chief justice
should be calling these members down  for their lack of attention,
but apparently not. I can guarantee if a jurist in a court trial did
any of these things they would be fined or held in contempt.

Trump has the gall to tweet telling senators that having
the witnesses Democrats want would damage national
security. If anything having Trump as president damages
our national security. He talks to Putin of Russia who likely
gives him advice. He talks to other dictators around the
world more than our allies. Trump has publicly stated he
believes Putin over our CIA. It's likely Trump would sell us
out for money, if the offer was big enough.

Trump is nothing but a schoolyard bully in a mans body. He is
a child mentally and a danger to our country and the world. The
sooner he is removed from office the better for us all. Any man
who has temper tantrums has no business holding the most
powerful office in the world.

The only thing that could stand between us and a nuclear war is
our military leaders. Men Trump calls babies, and stupid, because
he thinks he is a military genius. A genius who isn't smart enough
to know his own ignorance. A true genius would never think of
them self that way. Because they would know their true limitations.
Something Trump would never admit, probably not even to
himself.



This link takes you to an article on GOP work in the Senate.
blocking legislation in the senate. Too much to list here..
https://www.vox.com/2019/11/29/20977735/how-many-bills-passed-house-democrats-trump

You can find out more at the following links. I don't have a
direct link to the Mueller Report, but You really should read
it. One of these sites below should have a link to it, and the
whistle blowers report too.
www.msnbc.com
www.politico.com

www.investigaterussia.org
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Right,  no unnecessary mention of sex or total junk. 
Furries, as far as I can tell, are generally kind good people.  This is an example.
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Well if I'm honest I'm not surprised. Furries can do a lot of good so of course if they see someone hitting another person they're going to jump in and stop it.

What I like most is this endpiece from the article.

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For those wondering, the furry fandom is a community of enthusiasts who celebrate characters and stories involving anthropomorphic animals -- in other words -- fictitious animal characters that have human traits.

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Hope this guy was drunk or high when this happened and ends up with nightmares for the rest of his life.
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