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Do you believe trump should be shitcanned/ removed from office and will he? Will he win again and be a 2 term? Why?

Should be removed, will be removed.
0 (0%)
Should be removed, won’t be removed, loses re-election
10 (50%)
Should be removed, won’t be removed, wins re-election
5 (25%)
Shouldn’t be removed, will be removed
0 (0%)
Shouldn’t be removed, won’t be removed, loses re-election
2 (10%)
Shouldn’t be removed, won’t be removed, wins re-election
3 (15%)

Total Members Voted: 20

Voting closed: December 19, 2019, 10:25:50 PM

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“Someone a lot smarter than you”

lol - they had law professors from Harvard, Stanford, and UNC that disagreed with that GWU scrub

Avowed political partisans disagreeing?  No way!

Just as long as we’re clear that intelligence has nothing to do with Turley’s statement. :cheers:

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“Someone a lot smarter than you”

lol - they had law professors from Harvard, Stanford, and UNC that disagreed with that GWU scrub

Avowed political partisans disagreeing?  No way!

Just as long as we’re clear that intelligence has nothing to do with Turley’s statement. :cheers:

I guess if you feel the need to say that, then okay.


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Agree with Stave,  but with the caveat that his re-electability will correlate with the relative performance of the economy 10 months from now. If the economy tanks, thus goes Trump. His wagon is hitched.

Exactly!  :cheers:
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Normal people are sick of the circus, Dems will fall in line behind the nominee, he'll be voted out.

i think that's probably right.  it's a lot closer than it should be though.
we understand it better now that the american century is over and some of us sound more and more like serbs.

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https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/474456-poll-finds-graham-with-just-two-point-lead-on-democratic-challenger

Looks like Graham might lose in South Carolina. I just don't see Trump winning the election. None of the candidates who hitch themselves to him in statewide elections seem to do very well, even in red states.