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  1. Hahahahahahahahahahaha....oh man....debunked faster than Jussie Smollett.. A half assed Politburo wannabe cuts in line at the grocery store express lane and makes up s*** and you ass clowns dutifully parrot the horse***t. So which is it?; 1) Are you just this ******* stupid that you continually parrot everything anyone claims or 2) are you this ******* venile that you'll parrot anything anyone says you think will tarnish us "white folk"? I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say I think some of you haven't accepted that 2016 election very well....oh wasn't her turn...
  2. Hamilton's words (rouge court) and the term used during the Constitutional convention. Double Dumbass.
  3. Gee, I'll call Hamilton and let him know he made an error in Federalist 78....I'm sure he'll be glad to know that. You're such a dumbass ... just take the L dude. You were better off just not responding and slipping away without embarrassing yourself.
  4. How do we put this thread in some special place for the 2nd most stupid post in the history of internet posts....
  5. The Pentagon said the incident happened at 10am local time on Thursday in international waters while the Boxer was transiting the waterway to enter the Persian Gulf. The Boxer is among several US Navy ships in the area, including the USS Abraham Lincoln, an aircraft carrier that has been operating in the nearby North Arabian Sea for weeks. "A fixed-wing unmanned aerial system approached Boxer and closed within a threatening range," chief Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said in a written statement. "The ship took defensive action against the UAS to ensure the safety of the ship and its crew.;_ylt=AwrJ61mnFjFdQQwAex9XNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTByMjB0aG5zBGNvbG8DYmYxBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzYw--
  6. Or, we could just all agree with him. You know, the most obvious answer.
  7. Funny, everything with you is about impeachment. Actually, it's about negotiating like the Founders intended to get the best answer for the country. If the Court is unsuccessful and goes to the Congress, the most prescribed remedy by Congress is to assert their legislative authority and simply pass a law to that effect; and if necessary over-ride a presidential veto if the executive veto's it. See how easy this checks and balances thing is. The executive "simply defying" the court is not unlawful. It is inherent in having "separate but equal" branches. Otherwise, one branch is superior which is the opposite of "separate but equal". It may be unwise; that does not make it unlawful...especially in areas that are grey areas on what is a matter prescribed to the court vs not. Federalist 78 is a good place to read. Hamilton stated that the judgments of the judiciary must be legally sound and the courts entire judicial power rests on the acceptance of it's judgments; having no "sword" or "purse" or "force" to enforce rulings. The courts reliance on the executive arm was to safeguard the people of the impropriety of a rouge court.
  8. This is from "purpose statement" of the Democratic Socialists of America. You are fast approaching Fifty's density.