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This enabler knows enough to raise the issue stated above and to recognize the avoidance of the issue through the "Hitler" dodge.


As usual Rk   BS.  you would be ecstatic if Trump would become King.


Does that mean that you think the Constitution and laws of the land should be flexible depending on how unhappy the losers of an election are? Remember, that colorful list of laws were all in effect during other Presidencies.

 

Once again you have shown your mind reading capabilities to be woefully lacking. I'll check with Rabbi Gerabaldi Friday night and see if she has any suggestions on the subject.

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@rk9152 wrote:


This enabler knows enough to raise the issue stated above and to recognize the avoidance of the issue through the "Hitler" dodge.


As usual Rk   BS.  you would be ecstatic if Trump would become King.

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Thank you Mick for this education!


Yep, I agree.  But ........... trump supporters will nay-say it and support trump doing any or all of it for whatever reason he so chooses.


Is the topic not fraudulent in that the powers listed also applied to his predecessors?


How  little the enablers know. All should read how Hitler took power in Germany. We go down the same path, but with one road block so far the Dems take control of the house. Lets hope it holds, or Muller report makes the new color in the WH orange.


This enabler knows enough to raise the issue stated above and to recognize the avoidance of the issue through the "Hitler" dodge.

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From mick - It would be nice to think that America is protected from the worst excesses of Trump’s impulses by its democratic laws and institutions.

 

Followed by another lengthy and colorful screed. But all based on an assumption about the President's impulses. It seems impractical to change the rules to "protect America" based purely on cry-babies still not over the 2016 elections

 

Ok How About Basing It On These Guys Then?

 

 

 

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Source - https://www.google.com/search?q=the+Shady+Bunch&client=firefox-b-1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ah...:

 

 


Again - do you propose making the Constitution a fluid device to be adjusted depending upon the feelings of the backers of the losing candidate?

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Thank you Mick for this education!


Yep, I agree.  But ........... trump supporters will nay-say it and support trump doing any or all of it for whatever reason he so chooses.


Is the topic not fraudulent in that the powers listed also applied to his predecessors?


How  little the enablers know. All should read how Hitler took power in Germany. We go down the same path, but with one road block so far the Dems take control of the house. Lets hope it holds, or Muller report makes the new color in the WH orange.

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@rk9152 wrote:

From mick - It would be nice to think that America is protected from the worst excesses of Trump’s impulses by its democratic laws and institutions.

 

Followed by another lengthy and colorful screed. But all based on an assumption about the President's impulses. It seems impractical to change the rules to "protect America" based purely on cry-babies still not over the 2016 elections

 

Ok How About Basing It On These Guys Then?

 

 

 

Shady Bunch.png

 


 

Source - https://www.google.com/search?q=the+Shady+Bunch&client=firefox-b-1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ah...:

 

 

( " China if You're Listening - Get Trumps Tax Returns " )

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From mick - It would be nice to think that America is protected from the worst excesses of Trump’s impulses by its democratic laws and institutions.

 

Followed by another lengthy and colorful screed. But all based on an assumption about the President's impulses. It seems impractical to change the rules to "protect America" based purely on cry-babies still not over the 2016 elections

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@oceanedge2 wrote:

Thank you Mick for this education!


Yep, I agree.  But ........... trump supporters will nay-say it and support trump doing any or all of it for whatever reason he so chooses.


Is the topic not fraudulent in that the powers listed also applied to his predecessors?

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Of course someone's dislike of Trump wouldn't enter into conspiracy theories like this would it?  I recall such things was said during Nixon's Presidency back in 1969 - 74.  The weekend of the Saturday Night Massacre the Army was put on a muster alert as a warning. 

 

 


Has the US Congress Declared War in - Yemen - Syria - Somalia - NO - Well then Why are US Servicemen & Woman dying in those Countries - Why are US Tax Payers being billed for the Military Expense of US Involvement?

 

When a Institution fails to exercise it's responsibility - others will swoop in and assume the Power

 

That is the issue - not Hatred

 

Has the US Congress Re-authorized us to still spend lives & money in Afghanistan & Iraq?

 

 

 

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@mickstuder

 

Of course someone's dislike of Trump wouldn't enter into conspiracy theories like this would it?  I recall such things was said during Nixon's Presidency back in 1969 - 74.  The weekend of the 'Saturday Night Massacre' the Army was put on a muster alert as a warning to him. 

 

 

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