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GOTV Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Mar-28-07 03:21 PM
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7. The right thing is removal from office - which requires planning and hard work.
If you're not willing to look ahead and plan then you are just not willing to put in the work that protecting the constitution requires.

Your opponents, those that want to gut the constitution, are planning, are looking ahead and are considering public reaction. Consequently they would beat us, if your view (just impeach already) were the dominant view in Congress.

> Where did you get your crystal ball?

If I had a crystal ball, wouldn't my play just have one ending?
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