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  • Toxic Deplorable Racist B Woodman

    If you’re going to be hung, be hung for a ram then as a sheep.

    • Being hung for a ram could make for difficult walking.

      What happened to bribery? Dems to charge Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress

      The last guy admittedly violated the law by pulling five top Taliban leaders out of Gitmo without notifying Congress, deliberately circumvented sanctions to give $1.7 billion in cash to a sworn enemy and known state sponsor of terrorism for a hostage payment, committed the country to several initiatives that required the advice and consent of Congress with nothing more than his signature (DACA, Paris Accords, Iran nuclear deal), and his Administration routinely laughed off Congressional subpoenas with his Attorney General being declared in contempt of Congress without repercussions.

      But Trump is the clear and present danger because he might do something that influences the 2020 Presidential election (and steals it from the Democrats again).

      • PaulS

        Oh he IS doing something to influence the 2020 election,
        A GREAT JOB! 🙂

    • Coeurmaeghan

      Please people, pictures are hung, people are hanged.

      • Arkelk

        Thank you. I’m glad someone pointed that out.

      • Too Tall

        And some people are well hung.

      • John M.

        Some men are hung… not bragging, I’m rather average.

  • WayneM

    Every one? There aren’t enough jails… nor enough ropes & trees…

    • MasterDiver

      Rope can be reused, and the National Forests have trees in abundance. There are also lots of bridges, lamp-posts…

      Zar Belk!

      • Absolutely.

      • John M.

        Cranes – you can do multiples by the slow-lift method using a crane… and “slow-lift” is what all those S.O.B.’s deserve!

    • MJ Larkins

      Intestines are free and strong enough.

    • Pamela

      Maybe a Trebuchet for distance

      • gafling

        O-o-o-oh I like that idea. Make the landing area a field of “Frisian horses”.

        • gafling

          “cheval de frise” is what I intended to write …

  • Heltau

    There are enough bullets.

    • Alex J

      By a very slim margin.

    • MasterDiver

      Waste of good ammo.

      Zar Belk!

      • John

        Nah, we need to rotate the stock.

  • Mike-SMO

    “Obstruction of Congress”? That is his job.

    As for what the Dems are “feeling”. That is just Epsterin withdrawal syndrome. Hillary most certainly has cure for that with some newly imported product.

    Pizza anyone?

    Then we can all focus on the main course; the skim from the weapons to ISIS via Qatar and the pallets of unaudited cash to the Mullahacracy. In May the Bearded Ladies said that they were going to name names. The Ukraine was just small change for the lower minions after the Chicago gang got theirs.

    Then back to the artistic appreciation of Sam & Skye’s political base.

  • Bill G

    They are saying “Obstruction of Congress” as if that’s a bad thing; as Judge Tucker said, “No man’s life, liberty or property are safe when the legislature is in session,”
    We started hearing about a rumormonger being labelled a whistleblower, went to being told that ‘knowledgeable people had impressions’ that the President meant something they didn’t like, and now it’s ‘feelings’.
    And when the elites are told that the peasants are revolting, they simply respond by saying “Yes, they certainly are. Smelly, too.”

  • Britt Cook

    I guess we all feel like that sometimes, though jail is too good for them.

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist B Woodman

      Jail? I wouldn’t waste the space filling it with DildoCrat Kongress Kritters.
      Walk the plank after an extended boat ride. Fish gotta eat too.
      Lather, rinse, repeat.

    • MasterDiver

      Re-open Yuma Territorial prison. You ain’t been to Hell until you been to Yuma!”

      Zar Belk!

      • John

        More locally, San Francisco could move its problem population to Alcatraz.
        Nancy would be in good company.

      • Yuma : I spent a year there one night !

        • Too Tall

          The food and margaritas at Chretin’s are pretty good.

  • Dread

    I can’t find obstruction of congress listed as a crime in any if the 50 states. So far I havent found it in the US Constitution either. Now the dems gonna make up laws to be retroactive? Sounds… Tyrannical?

  • interventor

    Abuse of power and obstruction of congress — mainly for withholding subpoenas documents and witnesses. Never mind that Congress bypassed the Judiciary branch to enforced the subpoenas, or allow the President to deny such as SCOTUS has ruled he may. Abuse of power and conspiracy to commit sedition should be the crime Durham charges Nadler, Schiff and Pelosi

  • PaulS

    Executive order: All members of Congress must conform to a dress code, orange jumpsuits!
    It will save time. 😉

  • Christmas shopping alert!

    The latest Trump-triggering event? Chocolate bars at JFK

    Link in article. From Astor Chocolates, President Donald Trump chocolate bars, with pic on wrapper. At ten bucks for a standard-size bar five-pack of gourmet milk chocolate, other options available, it’s a great gift for certain insufferable relatives and other acquaintances. Bundle with graham crackers and marshmallows and a handwritten note, “With Trump you get s’more!”

    • Bohica50

      Love Love LOVE it!!!

  • Old Codger

    Look, people, Nadler can damned well impeach the President for whatever he pleases IF HE HAS THE VOTES! Impeachment is 100% political and thus is solely about which side has the votes – PERIOD! I, personally, believe that the Dems DO have enough votes to get a bill of impeachment passed WHATEVER the charge pretext. What will be telling is whether or not the Dems can scrape together the votes in the Senate.

    Anybody willing to bet a hundred bucks there WON’T be a bill of impeachment passed? Hmmmmm?

    • John

      Personally I’m hoping the impeachment does pass.
      Then the Senate can put the likes of Biden, Pelosi, Nadler, and Schiff under oath so we can watch them get prosecuted for perjury just before the election.
      Meanwhile Trump gets acquitted.
      This will be a triumph of fact over fiction if there ever was one.

      • Advo

        Just thinking out loud, but if this farce goes to the Senate, and they turn on the president and vote to impeach, a response from the populace regarding our government should be forthcoming. And I don’t think voting will make an adequate statement.

        • interventor

          First, the Senate must vote on which Articles of Impeachment (charges) to accept by simple majority. Eight of ten were rejected for President Johnson.

        • John M.

          At that point, the soap box and the ballot box have failed, so you know what’s left from that saying…

  • Halley

    I’m sure we are now many millions who feel like throwing every Marxist-loving Democrat in jail. Is not participation in a criminal attempt to frame and overthrow a duly elected POTUS grounds enough to revoke their citizenship? If not, what is?

  • How about instead of tossing them in jail, we toss them from helicopters?

    Pinochet anyone?

    • John M.

      Toss them from a helicopter? “As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly…”

  • eon

    Between the “interagency consensus” that keeps getting us into wars they have no intention of winning, and a Congress that wants to impeach 63 million Americans for disagreeing with their “feelings”, it “feels” more and more like we’re reliving 1860.

    If that’s what the “progressives” want, this time, we don’t let them “swear loyalty” after it’s over. We tell the survivors “There’s the border, get your traitorous ass across it and never come back”.

    clear ether

    eon

    • JTC

      “… it “feels” more and more like we’re reliving 1860.”

      More like the 1770’s.

      Rebellions both, and both for the same cause. May the results of the coming one more closely follow the latter than the former, in keeping with Chris’ heads up from yesterday…” When in the course of human events” it becomes necessary…

  • rickn8or

    Mister President, you gon need a bigger jail.

  • Pamela

    Penitents. They need to become Penitents. They need to put on sack cloth and ashes. Then walk barefoot, or on their knees repenting and atoning for their corrupt souls and life stealing misdeeds, including crimes against all Americans and nature. I surmise that somewhere in that morass of sin is Polly the sheep.

  • Kafiroon

    I’m going with hung.
    Because if democrats can change the ‘meaning’ of words, I can too.
    Hung from anything convenient like Iran does.
    Like in Man in the High Castle.
    Like from my trailer hitch has big steel ones hanging from it.

    • So they should be hung like Jeff Epstein. Got it.

  • JTC

    So, if their methods of Alinsky are turned back against them, how does the made-up but fully demonstrable charge of “Obstruction of the Presidency” sound?

  • One can dream, certainly, but it isn’t happening. They all have that New World Order thingy that Bush 41 was going on and on about. A Thousand Points of Light and all that rot.

    Don’t think for a second that the two parties aren’t partners in crime.

    I mean, again; it’s fun to dream and all, and in this case to imagine that we have a real champion who’s really on the side of the purported American principles of liberty, but at the end of the day we must face the situation as it is.

    And that reminds me; did you know that Donald Trump is now depicted on the heads side of an Israeli half shekel silver coin, along with the ancient King Cyrus? Yup. Check it out. You can buy them right now.

    It’s interesting, isn’t it, that our president being featured on a current foreign currency didn’t make the headlines?

    • John

      It’s a matter of perception actually.
      The perpetual howl of Racism is only to cover the reality that politics in this country has now shifted to issues of Class.
      It was inevitable that Trump would be tarred with the brush of racism in spite of his long history of being anything but a racist, because the Elites are dominated by the Left and they call the tune in the MSM.
      And of course the Elites are well represented in both the Republican and Democratic parties, thus the cry “Never Trump!”
      We are now witness to the utter dissolution of the 4th Estate in the mass media because of its being dominated by delusional advocates of a long-discredited Socialism. Meanwhile the Real World is being reported by alternate means on the Internet.
      It is a form of civil war, but while I think the Framers could not have possibly anticipated the particulars of our present state of affairs, they certainly got the basics of Human Nature right.
      It is my hope that current events will inspire a rebirth in intellectual integrity, if only in the generations to follow, and we strive “towards a more perfect Union”.

  • Cliff47

    Is it me, or has the artistic style on the characters changed, about 1 December?

  • Halley

    Rush is making an epic argument today on why we need to maintain patience – that the coming takedown of the Deep State is far larger and far more dangerous (to pull off) than anyone imagines….

    Without precedent, anywhere or anywhen. Hope he’s right.

    • John

      I agree a catharsis is needed.
      But will we get it, or will we continue to muddle along supporting a nascent corruption that only changes its nature with the passing of generations?

  • Craig

    One of your best!

  • Hotrod Lincoln

    Have you ever followed an 18-wheeler and watched how close the top of the trailer comes to an underpass? A congress-critter dangled from a rope under the armpits would get a “preview of Coming Attractions” for quite some time.

    • OH! I like that!

  • NotYetInACamp

    Obstruction of Congress by a President.
    I believe that the US Supreme Court has refused or claimed no jurisdiction in political disputes matters between the three branches of government. This may be one area it demurs, um, stands back.

    Apply the law, Mr President.

    Applying the law, that might seem a precedent to the Thieves Guild that is ensconced in Washington DC and thereabouts.

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