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  1. Because allowing each person to live according to...

    Because allowing each person to live according to their own values and beliefs is the morally superior position, right? :wink:
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    Sorry, but House rules do not override judicial...

    Sorry, but House rules do not override judicial precedent.
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    Sounds like confirmation bias to me.

    Sounds like confirmation bias to me.
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    :shrug:

    :shrug:
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    Ironically, it was the media that helped propel...

    Ironically, it was the media that helped propel Trump to front-runner status during the Republican primary because they thought Hillary would make short work of him. They've been regretting that...
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    Who is Haley Stewart, and why should I care what...

    Who is Haley Stewart, and why should I care what she wrote?
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    A problem that exists largely in your mind. But...

    A problem that exists largely in your mind. But keep tilting at those windmills and telling yourself that you're doing the Lord's work. I'm sure it will pay off some day.
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    There's no need to draw it out. Hold open...

    There's no need to draw it out. Hold open hearings, present the damning evidence that Democrats claim to be in possession of, and then vote to impeach. If Democrats move quickly and decisively then...
  9. Isn't that sort of like the old joke about the...

    Isn't that sort of like the old joke about the guy who heard that the majority of car accidents happen within two-miles of one's home, so he moved to a new house ten miles away, just to be safe?
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    And why would we want open and timely debate...

    And why would we want open and timely debate about a matter as serious as the impeachment of a president?
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    This is true up to a certain point; however, they...

    This is true up to a certain point; however, they can not, of course, invent rules that put them in violation of the law, and due process laws do not grant them the authority to arbitrarily issue...
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    So smart that she's hamstringing her own...

    So smart that she's hamstringing her own committee(s) by refusing to hold a vote that would grant them subpoena authority.
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    Then why is she so afraid to hold a vote and make...

    Then why is she so afraid to hold a vote and make everything official?
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    Committees are made up of members, and those...

    Committees are made up of members, and those members can't arbitrarily grant themselves the authority to issue subpoenas. That authorization can only come from the presiding chamber, which means a...
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    I've heard it jokingly suggested that we should...

    I've heard it jokingly suggested that we should dispense with elections and simply let pollsters pick the winners.
  16. correlation =/= causation

    correlation =/= causation
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    Yes, the House can decide for itself how it wants...

    Yes, the House can decide for itself how it wants to conduct an impeachment inquiry within its own chamber, but according to judicial precedent, members can't arbitrarily grant themselves the...
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    40267...

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    According to Capitol Hill members, via Politico,...

    According to Capitol Hill members, via Politico, House Democrat leadership has taken a climate assessment of democrat House members and Speaker Pelosi announced they will not hold a House impeachment...
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    This is your brain... 40264 This is your...

    This is your brain...

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    This is your brain on Rachel Maddow...

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    In other news, the Democrats are now saying,...

    In other news, the Democrats are now saying, "Well... there doesn't actually have to be quid pro quo for us to impeach the President..."

    Seems to me that's essentially their way of admitting that...
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    I see. I just never took you for one to poke fun...

    I see. I just never took you for one to poke fun at himself.
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    Depends on which poll you're looking at. I saw...

    Depends on which poll you're looking at. I saw one recently showing Trump easily beating the Democrats in key states.

    But like I keep saying, the only poll that matters is the one that happens on...
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    It's not unusual for someone to be popular in the...

    It's not unusual for someone to be popular in the polls until they start campaigning, and then things turn around in a hurry.

    But I do hope the Democrats are desperate and stupid enough to pull...
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    Never explain the joke. :brood:

    Never explain the joke. :brood:
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