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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 22, 2020, 12:47:51 pm »
286 days till Trumps reckoning. It's likely he will claim vindication when
this so called trial fails to remove him, but we as voters will have the
last say.

Trump is in Switzerland pretending to be president while at home his
impeachment continues. He loves to claim how great he is. He creates
a problem, then if he manages to fix that problem he wants to claim
his greatness over it. Trump isn't even a passable president, but he
knows how to manipulate people, and how to convince his supporters
he is doing great things that have little or no value to anyone but
himself.

During his rally's he only wants to make a big speech about how
great a job he is doing, or to claim all his problems are due to
the Democrats. He never takes questions from his supporters.
One of them yelled a question and he called that person a rude
name, rather than giving a proper answer. He knows if he starts
answering questions he will likely hurt himself politically.

Though the GOP claim they want a fair trial, but they voted to not bring
relevant witnesses or evidence before them. We can only ask, what are
they afraid of? What is Trump afraid of by not providing evidence to
prove his innocence? Trump claims he can't, due to presidential
privilege, but that privileged is at his discretion. So that claim
just shows he wants to hide evidence.

The GOP want to put off witnesses till the end if at all. This is just
stalling, and Moscow Mitch will likely ask for a vote to dismiss after
arguments from both sides are made. Claiming there isn't any reason
to continue.

With 70% of the public wanting witnesses and evidence. I wonder what
excuse those senators up for re election will say to their voters if they
vote to reject witnesses and evidence at the end. A trial without witnesses
or evidence is no trial at all. So far the GOP are just making a joke out of
Trumps impeachment. Just as he wants it to be.

Politicians who claim innocence should want the proof laid out where all
can see. Coverups just shows those involved are afraid, and want
to hide something that would ruin them politically.

The GOP leadership are saying the impeachment articles  don't
justify removal of a president. These people are smarter than that.
They are just hoping the public is dumb enough to believe them.
This is risky on their part. Perhaps the public wilt forget by voting
day that the GOP voted to keep a very corrupt man in the white
house. But if they don't, the GOP could regret it for years to
come.

I find it strange the GOP would put so much at risk just to
keep control of the White House. They don't like Trump, they
just like the voter support he has. Because the Vice president
would give them conservative people for judges, and help
big business too, but it's very doubtful he could be elected
president.


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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general furry discussion / News Report - Furrys stopped a domestic assault (Furcon CA)
« Last post by Movian on January 22, 2020, 08:08:14 am »
Hey, I just saw THIS news article and thought I would share here and see what others think about the publicity.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/21/us/furries-furcon-stop-domestic-violent-assault-trnd/index.html
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word games / Re: Disused Names
« Last post by Rocket T. Coyote on January 21, 2020, 10:59:16 pm »
Hiram
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word games / Re: What are you watching right now?
« Last post by Rocket T. Coyote on January 21, 2020, 10:54:46 pm »
Stargate
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furry lite™ / Re: Fursuit Pickup Lines
« Last post by Rocket T. Coyote on January 21, 2020, 10:53:07 pm »
So--What's the best way to initiate a furpile?
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traditional and digital artwork / Re: Panda Jenn's Artwork
« Last post by Kay Alett on January 21, 2020, 06:22:03 pm »
Your art is so incredible! You have great talent.
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furry greetings / Re: I'm still here!
« Last post by Kay Alett on January 21, 2020, 06:20:23 pm »
I'm late in replying but good to know you're still here.
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general non-furry discussion / Re: The "Good News" thread.
« Last post by Rocket T. Coyote on January 20, 2020, 06:46:46 pm »
Buzz Aldrin turns 90 today!
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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 20, 2020, 12:49:48 pm »
288 days to go. One year from today hopefully Trump will be out, and
perhaps indicted the same day. I bet he tries to pardon himself.
Even if he is allowed to do it, it won't save him from state crimes.

The trial starts tomorrow. Will Moscow Mitch go for a dismissal?
So far he is hiding his plans to defeat justice. It's possible enough
GOP senators mess up his plans by voting to have witnesses after
all. Something that could turn Trump's world upside down and shake
it. Who knows what might fall out. We know the GOP leaders and
Trump want to keep it hidden, so it must be really bad.

I understand the GOP defense is likely to be, "Yes he did it, but it isn't
impeachable." Well it's up to the senators to decide if it's impeachable 
or not. Impeachment doesn't require anything but for a president
to break his oath of office. When the constitution was created
there was no laws for them to state except Treason and Bribery.
Seems to me holding back money for a favor is a form of bribery.
Only time will tell, but I don't think the GOP senators have the
guts to remove Trump, even though they should.

History has shown when a political leader hires people who
end up going to jail. That leader is usually just as guilty
as they are. If Trump didn't have the GOP to protect him
he would likely be in prison, just as is lawyer fixer is now.

Bloomberg, the billionaire running against Trump may not
deserve the nomination, but at least he is reminding the public
what kind of dirty president Trump really is.

I know a lot of people feel the Democrats are out to get rid
of the right to have firearms. This is a falsehood the GOP
use, because they know a lot of people will vote for them
if they appear to protect gun rights. The truth is it would
take a constitutional amendment to take firearms from
the public. This would require a 2 thirds vote of congress
and 2 thirds of the states to pass. The only thing Democrats
can do is regulate the use of firearms, and accessories.
This would be very limited, done mostly by states.

Another thing people should remember is Trump has failed
to keep even half of his campaign promises. He tries to
blame the Democrats for this, but his tax cut for the rich
and his huge budget for the military used up the money
needed for improving our infrastructure, and other projects.
Obviously this had nothing to do with the Democrats.

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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general non-furry discussion / Re: What Are You Up To?
« Last post by cause the rat on January 19, 2020, 07:14:12 pm »
Just got done watching the Kansas City Chiefs win. Now my team is going to the super bowel! And my second attempt at Ciabatta bread was good. Not as open crumb as it should be. Because I'm using yeast out of a jar I can alter the amount used. Another way would be to allow the dough to sit longer so more yeast has a chance to develop. Another thing I could do is make a more European style bread flour. Combined all purpose flour with bread flour. To lower the gluten content. There's even the option of using all purpose instead of bread flour. I've done this with regular bread. Give a softer bread. But still gets a good even crumb and taste.  As the bread is I would be happy to get these results all the time. Definitely not a sandwich bread. Great for eating with a meal. Going to have chicken with a garlic sauce and this bread covered with melted mozzarella. Eat better and cheaper when you learn to cook at home.
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