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Miles Archer

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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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Press conference coming up with Angela Merkel & the orange shitgibbon. What could go wrong?

Will he throw Starburst candies at her?

Will we be treated to another wonderful screen grab of her looking at him like something she just scraped off her shoe?

Will be rant and rave about impeachment as Chancellor Merkel mentally transports herself to her happy place?

Must see TV coming up, folks.
Posted by Miles Archer | Wed Dec 4, 2019, 08:56 AM (0 replies)

"I've taken the oil. Our great soldiers are right around the oil where we've got the oil."

Aaron Rupar

Trump on the Kurds: "We have taken the oil. I've taken the oil. We should have done it in other locations, frankly, where we were. I can name four of them right now, but we've taken the oil ... our great soldiers are right around the oil where we've got the oil."


An interesting exchange between Noah Rothman, Mimi Rocah, and Steve Schmidt on impeachment

It probably makes the most sense to read this bottom to top, since the most recent tweet is first:

Steve Schmidt

“The will of the voters” was to grant Article 2 Executive authority to Trump. Trump obligated himself, through the Presidential Oath to be faithful to the Constitution. He broke that oath. Impeachment is the Constitutionally prescribed remedy.


Mimi Rocah

Don’t think we misheard you. Your language on @MSNBC & your language here (“overruling the will of the voters”) is absolutely implying that impeachment is an illegitimate process because it undoes something that shouldn’t be undone. If that’s not what you meant, please clarify.


Noah Rothman

It seems you heard me say that impeachment was not an appeal to a constitutional mechanism. I did not say that. If we have a rhetorical problem with "overturning," let's say "overruling" the will of voters. The historical gravity of D's actions is unchanged w/ the synonym.


Mimi Rocah@Mimirocah1

Impeachment is about possibly removing a president who has engaged in certain kinds of bad acts since the election. Saying it’s “overturning” ignores that sequence. It’s in the Constitution because framers worried about presidents who do bad acts after, & or during an election.


Meet the Press

WATCH: @NoahCRothman: Impeachment "is about removing this president from office, overturning the 2016 election."

: "It's not overturning the election it would make Mike Pence the president." #MTPDaily


Dan Rather on Kamala Harris

Dan Rather

I think Kamala Harris will be haunted for a long time by the thought “what could have been?” The hardest part is that the answer will require looking deep within herself for how it all fell apart. If she can do that, I think we will see her again on the national stage.

4:28 PM · Dec 3, 2019·Twitter for iPad

Posted by Miles Archer | Tue Dec 3, 2019, 05:37 PM (5 replies)

Given Nunes' "ALLEGED" behavior, shouldn't his full hearings participation be scrubbed?

Seems to be that this litigious boy just rendered himself null and void.
Posted by Miles Archer | Tue Dec 3, 2019, 05:29 PM (3 replies)

Dems set the impeachment table: Misconduct + Obstruction.

It's being discussed now on MSNBC. Misusing the power of his office and obstruction.

Posted by Miles Archer | Tue Dec 3, 2019, 03:11 PM (4 replies)

Lindsey discusses "bipartisan support" of censure to spare country "trauma" of impeachment trial

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) suggested on Tuesday that President Donald Trump might be censured to prevent the country from going through a “traumatic” impeachment trial in the Senate.

Graham, who has been Trump’s biggest defender in the Senate, made the suggestion when he was asked about a possible censure, according to CBS journalist Alan He.

“Who am I to advise my Dem colleagues about what to do,” Graham reportedly said. “Censure would probably gain some bipartisan support… the country going through an impeachment trial would be traumatic and I think we should avoid that if possible.”


A video snippet which PROVES CONCLUSIVELY that there is NOTHING wrong with Trump's mental state.

Aaron Rupar

REPORTER: Prime Minister Johnson is organizing a discussion about the Syria conflict. Are you going to take part in that?

TRUMP: "Are you talking about Ambassador Johnson? Oh, I thought you meant Woody Johnson ... where is Woody? Is he here?" 😳

Posted by Miles Archer | Tue Dec 3, 2019, 01:40 PM (4 replies)

Melanie Birther Trump. Don't care about what she thinks, feels, or the new book.

So many "news" articles about the book and Melanie.

I don't care about her relationship with the Princess. I don't care about her 2-room suite above the orange shitbag's room. I don't care about her wardrobe and her pilates machine. I don't care about her level of awareness, her apathy (WHICH I SHARE) about her damned "Be Best" program.

I care about one thing, and that was her appearance on The View to further her husband's racist "birther" lie.

I don't care if she's happy, I don't care if she's sad.

The author of the book is supposedly "sympathetic" to the walking drama known as Melanie, and wrote accordingly.

Good for her.

Trump uses press conf w/ Justin Trudeau in London to calmly and rationally discuss impeachment.

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