Protesting, Riots, Who's Wants To Burn This M'Fer Down!?

Discussion in 'Non Surf Related' started by DawnPatrol321, Sep 21, 2016.

  1. Koki Barrels

    Koki Barrels Well-Known Member

    Aug 14, 2008
    while were on the subject of presidents, want to throw this in. pretty interesting.

  2. Barry Cuda

    Barry Cuda Guest

    And abuse of power to boot......

  3. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    Listen to The Keed, siggbutt, keerist you try to do your Freudian upper echelon sailing thang butt you always arrive as a pretentious d-canoe half full of water. And it is, as Barry mentioned, abuse of power as well as being illegal in most of the blue states anyways.
  4. kidde rocque

    kidde rocque Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2016
    When law enforcement types are caught lying about a case or in court, the court will move to have that officer stricken as a witness in *all* future proceedings. His integrity is now impeachable. The next move is usually removal from his position, because he or she can no longer perform an integral and important part of their job. I think it's under Giglio v. US.

    When our president gets caught lying, impeachment hearings usually follow. Clinton got caught lying for something really stupid, and was subsequently impeached. Yet, even though he was proven to be a liar, he remained as president.

    I see something really wrong here.

    Good God, when Nixon was going through Watergate he was being threatened daily with possible impeachment. Nixon tapped out before they could move on to proceedings.

    Same thing with Clinton. Talk of impeachment was as hot and heavy as Bubba blowing a wad on a blue dress.

    So Bubba gets impeached... and nothing happens. He's still in office like it's just another day.

    I guess I always misunderstood. I thought impeachment was nothing more than a ticket out of office.

    FWIW, I personally liked the Clinton years. Despite Hillary's naked ambition and incessant meddling, Billy had the country going in a good direction. Gas was cheap, unions were strong, jobs were plentiful, there was no race baiting, cops weren't the enemy, stock markets were strong etc etc etc. It happened on his watch so he gets to own it.

    Though I might add that Ruby Ridge and Waco were handled extremely poorly. Why are Democrats so damned concerned about conservative white Christians with guns? I personally believe that their dogged focus on this issue is somewhat misplaced.
  5. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    Slight segway, related to Tricky Diiick's resignation, I think that there was a deal in place. Namely, Nixon resigned 'to spare the nation the ordeal of an impeachment trial' butt had it all worked out before posting his adios note that Gerald Ford would pardon the khacksukker. Which, he did.

    Clinton's arrogance is spooky & should make people extremely anxious regarding his wife regaining power. Meaning, Clinton broke the laws, didn't give a fukkk, lied to Congress & the American people & then basically demanded that he be allowed to stay in power. Which, a chickenshiiite Congress (bought & paid for) then allowed to happen.

    Anyone wonder why the Clintons believe that they can get away with anything at all, including murder....? Because that's what they've been doing for 30+ yrs - - these people have been in the zone for decades.
  6. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    So, the dood in Charlotte had a gun. And had restraining orders on him from his wife for beating the kids with closed fists. And on the restraining order is her description of him carrying a handgun.

    And he has the ankle holster. With the 38. Smoking weed. In a parking lot. With said dumb cuunt wife. And the cops roust him for the weed smoking in public. He gets out. Goes for the 38 in the ankle holster. Wifey screaming at him not to pull the piece. Cops screaming at him to drop the piece. He doesn't drop the piece. Black cop blanks black moron.

    Riots ensue where white people are beaten at will by black people.

    America today.
  7. kidde rocque

    kidde rocque Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2016
    This sh!ts gotta stop
  8. sigmund

    sigmund Well-Known Member

    Dec 7, 2015
    I must be regressing. But seriously, the kiwis were genuinely confused as to why this was even a thing. We're so pious here when it comes to sex. I do agree though, playing with an intern, not smart.
  9. sigmund

    sigmund Well-Known Member

    Dec 7, 2015
    o yankee, you just don't like me do you? I'm sorry I disagree with you on your politics. The truth is if we were to meet in person, I'm sure we'd get along just fine.
  10. seldom seen

    seldom seen Well-Known Member

    Aug 21, 2012
    We all lack a disciprine!!!
  11. aka pumpmaster

    aka pumpmaster Well-Known Member

    Apr 30, 2008
    your basis is incorrect. Clinton lied under oath about the sex which is a crime.
  12. capecodcdog

    capecodcdog Well-Known Member

    Jun 22, 2012

    Avoid being sent on a fool's errand.

    Avoid actions that give another leverage over thee.
  13. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    And along those lines: 'those that make you angry, control you.'

    Apropos of nothing & of no one, just sayin'.....
  14. kidde rocque

    kidde rocque Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2016
    Yeah...he already said he's regressing. Maybe he'll have a moment of lucidity sometime in the near future.
  15. capecodcdog

    capecodcdog Well-Known Member

    Jun 22, 2012
    Good point.. anger can be leveraged for sure.
  16. sigmund

    sigmund Well-Known Member

    Dec 7, 2015
    I have no basis, just commenting about the sex scandal in general, which was a clown show from the beginning, was a huge distraction to the issues that actually mattered at the time, and did our country no favors IMO.
  17. aka pumpmaster

    aka pumpmaster Well-Known Member

    Apr 30, 2008
    so you don't think the POTUS should be bound by the laws of this country?
  18. Riley Martin's Disgruntled Neighbor

    Riley Martin's Disgruntled Neighbor Well-Known Member

    Aug 22, 2012
    Is infidelity a crime according to the laws of the United States?
  19. Donald J Trump

    Donald J Trump Well-Known Member

    Aug 9, 2016
    If it was I would be in a whole heap of shlt. Big league. Believe me.