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Mitch McConnell: Nancy Pelosi Handled Impeachment Like ‘A Happy Bill Signing’


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  • Casey Klahn January 16, 2020, 4:00 PM

    Quoting one of your recent vids, what great fuckery this is!

    Wait till we have just Democracy; a capital D good and hard. The rule of a million kings. George Orwell almost got there: this is logarithmically worse. These are the ones who want your electoral votes obliterated. They want to override constitutional truths with a simple majority vote (no cheating…)

    My skin is crawling.

  • jwm January 16, 2020, 4:48 PM

    I know what you mean, Casey. That caldera that Ghostsniper was talking about is starting to sound like a good option.


  • Snakepit Kansas January 16, 2020, 5:51 PM

    Logarithmically or exponentially?

  • jwm January 16, 2020, 6:28 PM

    I remember well that dripping drek with her giant gavel and her trained negro marching in to deliver the giant FU to America that was obamacare. She delights in shoving her contempt for America straight into our faces. I hope she meets the fate she deserves.


  • ghostsniper January 16, 2020, 6:54 PM

    Applying a signature to a legal document with multiple pens as shown in the vid is not legal.
    It’s not a signature, and any 4th grader that has endured penmanship class (Do they do that any more? They did when I was in 4th grade.) knows it. Next time you sign a legal document, like say, on a real estate bank loan, stop in the middle of the sig and use another pen and see what happens. How do I know this? While signing a real estate contract I had a pen start to skip and fade. My attorney drew a line through my sig and initialed it, then I had to sign it again with another pen underneath it. Then his secretary notarized it. There used to be a reason for laws, but today, I’m not so sure. I do know one thing, there are way, way, way too many laws now. They could cancel at least 99% of all the laws and it wouldn’t effect me, nor most other people, one iota.

  • Gordon Scott January 16, 2020, 11:14 PM

    Oh, I don’t doubt you at all, Ghost. Back in the days of the mortgage armageddon, I did some work for Wells Fargo cleaning up mortgage docs that were less than perfectly stellar. Hah, little did we know then, that the chain of ownership on so many of them was not just incomplete, it was fraudulent. I think it was in your neck of the woods that some judge finally threw up his hands and declared a bunch of mortgages to be legally unenforceable, and awarded a bunch of homeowners their deeds, free and clear.

    But this horse is ex-barn, long ago and far away. I think it was Lyndon Johnson that started the 40-pens-to-sign-a-bill routine. Mind you, it’s the first time I’ve seen the speaker do it. I’ve never even seen a house speaker sign anything but the chit for his meal in the dining room.

  • dilys January 17, 2020, 12:17 AM

    Join in this if you care to:

    Prayer for President Donald Trump in the days of this false and malicious impeachment

    “No weapon that is formed against him shall prosper.
    Every tongue that rises against him in judgment he shall condemn.
    This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord.”

    “Love prepares a table before him
    in the presence of his enemies.
    Love anoints his head with oil.
    His cup runs over.
    Truly, goodness and mercy shall trace his path
    all the days of his life.”

    Isaiah 54 and Psalm 23


  • Casey Klahn January 17, 2020, 7:08 AM

    Thanks, Kansas. Right.

  • Snakepit Kansas January 18, 2020, 3:36 PM

    Sorry, I was not trying to correct you. Now I look like an ass. Respectfully sir!

    I pray for our President every day. King David was far more imperfect than Orange Man, but both have been called upon and been blessed by Him.

    The company I work for has very strict rules for any hand written additions to a working traveler. Black ink, print, single strike through on items requiring correction with properly accompanied date and initial. Gubmint contractor audits would frown on anything that could be interpreted as falsification.