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  1. legov

    U.S. Politics

    Seems like McConnell is on board with the whole impeachment thing - which should make conviction much more likely.
  2. legov

    U.S. Politics

    Eh? Not sure I catch your drift
  3. legov

    U.S. Politics

    Yeah, the flags outside the Capitol were at half-mast yesterday IIRC.
  4. legov

    U.S. Politics

    I've said this to myself so many times over the last 4 years, that it's blindingly how corrupt and dangerous and unfit for office he is, but no the GOP always stayed in lockstep behind him. There are signs that this time the Republican establishment will finally break with him for good and get him what he deserves, but I'm not counting my eggs until they hatch.
  5. legov

    U.S. Politics

    Successful impeachment requires 2/3rd of the votes in the Senate. I hope I'm wrong but I'm not sure I see 16 GOP senators joining hands with the Dems to convict Trump, not unless Trump does more dangerous stuff during his remaining days in office.
  6. legov

    U.S. Politics

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-01-09/us-politics-live-updates-donald-trump-nuclear-codes/13043904
  7. legov

    U.S. Politics

    Wasn't trying to argue which city in the US was the most liberal, to be fair. Just trying to fathom how a city that is unquestionably very pro-Democratic could vote for someone so batshit crazy far-right. You can understand New Yorkers voting for a Republican who's still left-leaning on many issues (like Bloomberg, who used to be a Republican), but I don't understand how they could have possibly voted in a Giuliani.
  8. legov

    U.S. Politics

    Let him talk. He's digging his own grave (barring some pre-emptive pardon by Trump) and even if he doesn't get prosecuted he's going to become irrelevant after what happened. How the heck did he get elected as mayor of arguably the most liberal city in America, by the way?
  9. legov

    U.S. Politics

    Astonishing how much less powerful he seems without access to social media. There are limits to free speech, and I think the social media moguls have finally learnt that.
  10. legov

    Transgenderism

    I've always had a bit of a crush on him/her.
  11. legov

    U.S. Politics

    So Biden copped a bit of flak recently for saying that if you struggle to decide between Trump and him you ain't black. In light of recent events I really can't see what he said wrong.
  12. For split second there thought the interviewer was Borat
  13. I know it's different but I totally read all of that in a Jamaican accent.
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