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  • Death threats in 3... 2... 1...
  • Small world. I'm two degrees of separation from one of them, good for him
  • Adam Kinzinger was interviewed on PBS NewsHour tonight. I've actually never heard of him before, know basically nothing about his history, and as such have no idea if he's a complete and raging psychopath in other issues, but in that interview he sounded like a decent, intelligent, thoughtful, and conscientious man.
  • Rep. Tom Rice, R-S.C.
    Rice said in a statement, "I have backed this President through thick and thin for four years. I campaigned for him and voted for him twice. But, this utter failure is inexcusable." Rice was one of the 139 House Republicans who voted to sustain an objection to certifying the election results. Rice angrily tweeted, "Where is the President!?" during the rioting at the Capitol last week
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    Sounds like he voted because he's pissed off that Trump turned out to be a big fat liar about marching to the Capitol.
  • He got impeached.
    Twice.

    Hey, Donny. Try not to get impeached in the parking lot!
  • 5% ain't bad. Oh, wait. Yes. Yes it is.
  • We can skip these ones for now.

    Investigate the others, thoroughly. The prosecute what you find, and convict where applicable. Remove them from office if they had any hand or anything that even smells like support for what happened.

    Kick them out of the offices they have no business being in.
  • Unobtanium: Rep. Tom Rice, R-S.C.
    Rice said in a statement, "I have backed this President through thick and thin for four years. I campaigned for him and voted for him twice. But, this utter failure is inexcusable." Rice was one of the 139 House Republicans who voted to sustain an objection to certifying the election results. Rice angrily tweeted, "Where is the President!?" during the rioting at the Capitol last week.

    Sounds like he voted because he's pissed off that Trump turned out to be a big fat liar about marching to the Capitol.


    Ill be kind and assume he meant 'where is the stabilising voice of leadership the president should be in a crisis?'
  • Those poor bastards. Doesn't matter if they were simply doing what was right, or what made sense for their constituents, or even hoped to parlay (heh) that vote into more leverage later on - they're going to be turned into villains by the GOP extremists and Trump.

    Here's hoping that they stay safe until the inauguration.
  • A President so nice, they impeached him twice.
  • Two of Washington State's three GOP reps are on that list.  Which is kind of cool, in a way.

    I guess that leaves Cathy Rodgers as the only treason supporting douche in the delegation.
  • Hell yeah!
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  • Some Republicans may have feared for their own safety if they voted for impeachment,

    No excuse, resign.  Remember you wanted this job, you campaigned against someone else who wanted it, you didn't get it by accident, you don't need it.  If you can't do the right thing, do the other right thing and resign.  Let someone who isn't chickenshiat have the job.
  • gaspode: Unobtanium: Rep. Tom Rice, R-S.C.
    Rice said in a statement, "I have backed this President through thick and thin for four years. I campaigned for him and voted for him twice. But, this utter failure is inexcusable." Rice was one of the 139 House Republicans who voted to sustain an objection to certifying the election results. Rice angrily tweeted, "Where is the President!?" during the rioting at the Capitol last week.

    Sounds like he voted because he's pissed off that Trump turned out to be a big fat liar about marching to the Capitol.

    Ill be kind and assume he meant 'where is the stabilising voice of leadership the president should be in a crisis?'


    From Trump?????
  • aleister_greynight: Some Republicans may have feared for their own safety if they voted for impeachment,

    No excuse, resign.  Remember you wanted this job, you campaigned against someone else who wanted it, you didn't get it by accident, you don't need it.  If you can't do the right thing, do the other right thing and resign.  Let someone who isn't chickenshiat have the job.


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  • Why settle for the lesser of two evils?
    Satan 2024!
  • aleister_greynight: Some Republicans may have feared for their own safety if they voted for impeachment,

    No excuse, resign.  Remember you wanted this job, you campaigned against someone else who wanted it, you didn't get it by accident, you don't need it.  If you can't do the right thing, do the other right thing and resign.  Let someone who isn't chickenshiat have the job.


    Actually I'd say they resemble their constituency quite well. Cowards, one and all.
  • One from my state on the other side if the mountains

    Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash.
    "Turning a blind eye to this brutal assault on our Republic is not an option."

    He's still a shiatty butthole person. All he did was wipe a little bit.
  • Pocket Ninja: Adam Kinzinger was interviewed on PBS NewsHour tonight. I've actually never heard of him before, know basically nothing about his history, and as such have no idea if he's a complete and raging psychopath in other issues, but in that interview he sounded like a decent, intelligent, thoughtful, and conscientious man.


    And yet, he's still a Republican.
  • Conservative Evangelical Millennial Cyclist: One from my state on the other side if the mountains

    Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash.
    "Turning a blind eye to this brutal assault on our Republic is not an option."

    He's still a shiatty butthole person. All he did was wipe a little bit.


    Everyone in the Washington delegation except Cathy Rodgers voted for it.   And she represents D5, which is the same district that voted out Tom Foley while he was the sitting Speaker of the House.  So they're pretty farkin' dumb out east.
  • A sad testament to the weak commitment of many of the "leaders" to democracy, fair elections and equality before the law.
  • Rent Party: Two of Washington State's three GOP reps are on that list.  Which is kind of cool, in a way.

    I guess that leaves Cathy Rodgers as the only treason supporting douche in the delegation.


    Go figure...
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