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  1. I don't think the house will even impeach him. Oh, they'll make a lot of noise, and even more excuses, but at the end of the day, sending an impeachment to the Senate for a trial is not something Dem leadership wants. That would mean subpoenas, and testifying under oath, for a lot of people that want no part of that. And once there, the Dems will lose most of the control they're exerting over the message. It won't be hard to show example after example of the administrative state going rogue on the sitting president, and voters aren't going to like that one bit. Especially Trump supporters and independents. And Shiffy might be king smoot in his committee, but if he gets called to testify in the Senate, he's gotta answer the call, along with any staffer of his that gets called about contact with Ciaramella or anyone else at the NSC. He loses his home field advantage where he makes the rules. Then there's the GOP Senator's choice of witnesses, which Schiffy and the 7th floor at State will have zero control over. What's the over/under on the number of Ukrainian witnesses that Biden, Obama, Pelosi, Kerry and the State Dept want no part of? I'd wager it's a lot. No, I don't see this ever making it to the Senate. I could be wrong, but I doubt it. Currently they're able to stifle dissent in the room, they have a complicit media helping out, they're free to edit transcripts, and yet they're having to poll focus groups to try and maximize the buzz. They'll lose all of that in a Senate trial. They'll probably drag it out, or even put things on hold until they see whether or not they can take back Senate control, should the Trumpster get re-elected. If that should happen all bets are off. But I wouldn't put any money on that either. I think this is turning out to be everything Pelosi was afraid it would be, from the very start. This is why she didn't want to go down this road.
  2. KC's punter is pissed they woke him up from his nap.
  3. Gackworthy. Much like the "Ramen Bomb" that backpackers eat. (Just in case you didn't get your sodium hit for the day)
  4. Byard is gonna be busy today. Adoree will need to bring his "A" game.
  5. You're gonna be makin' Mcmuffins forever sonny. Just you watch.
  6. Take it up with Schneider. They changed their electoral process a few years back and I doubt the "red flips" will occur too often now. I left Kalifornia a long time ago and won't even go back for a visit anymore. No need, no desire, no reason.
  7. LOL The DDR/Soviets built the Berlin Wall to keep their people in. There is no irony here.
  8. So do a lot of other people. And some believe they know. But, there are others here who who just don't care any longer. He's done in N'ville, and they're happy about that. This level of speculation and rumors just prolongs their inevitable. And the argument so many are tired of having and reading.
  9. Well, I must confess,... I'm not Bongo so I can't be certain. But I've watched Marcus longer than anyone here, and I've seen him roll the landing numerous times in college and in the league. I just think it's highly doubtful he was injured to the extent you're claiming, by landing and rolling on his left shoulder.
  10. Not really. It's not like he pancakes onto the turf. He hits and rolls, which is a common way of avoiding an injury during a fall. It's used extensively in martial arts and parkour.