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8. No.
Mon Nov 25, 2019, 09:43 PM
Nov 2019

1. He's a criminal.
2. I'm not the current or prospective President of the US proposing to use the power of the Justice Department to persecute my political opponent.

how about a neutral option? mopinko Nov 2019 #1
Ima go with, hell no. dewsgirl Nov 2019 #2
Same here... regnaD kciN Nov 2019 #9
They are far more appropriate than "lock her up" chants, which are baseless. Caliman73 Nov 2019 #3
What Caliman73 said Leith Nov 2019 #6
I'd prefer 'vote him out' C_U_L8R Nov 2019 #4
Goose, Gander, Sauce . . . hatrack Nov 2019 #5
they are mandatory. NRaleighLiberal Nov 2019 #7
No. meadowlander Nov 2019 #8
Trump and Christie brought it all on . Wash. state Desk Jet Nov 2019 #10
Hell, no. Payback's a motherfucker. . . DinahMoeHum Nov 2019 #11
Depends on the social setting Red Mountain Nov 2019 #12
Normally I would find arguments like "He did it first..." childish, but these days... TreasonousBastard Nov 2019 #13
Something like "si, se pueda," would be more uplifting tirebiter Nov 2019 #14
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