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Forum Post: Constitutional Crisis Begins

Posted 3 months ago on May 2, 2019, 11:25 a.m. EST by grapes (5232)
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The U.S. Justice Department's head, William P. Barr, shows disrespect towards the Congress elected by our people: https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/house-democrats-prepare-hearing-attorney-general-barr/story?id=62758055

Augustus Scheisser, who desperately needs anal rehydration therapy for his man-hat-ding schist, will be coming. When will the U.S. Congress be disbanded? Starting a war overseas will divert attention for sure.

Congress should at least stock up on nail-studded (screws will hold tight better than nails do) baseball bats. Our shantytown neighbor knew how to chase the chicken which flew to the top of the two-storey building. Dad said that if I followed him to emigrate to the U.S.A., he would afford to feed me chicken at every meal. How prophetic it was! (but I no longer like eating chicken at every meal... yeah, a kid can be a bit overly singleminded as King Midas was with his golden touch although the craving for biting the juicy oily fried butts of chickens had surely come from God who was fond of the aroma of burnt fatty portions offered by Abel.)

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[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 2 months ago

''Trump’s War On The Constitution Has Reached A Breaking Point! by William Rivers Pitt ...

omnia causa fiunt ...

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 3 months ago

Our Congress approved the partisan stuffing of the U.S. Supreme Court. After a very long legal fight, we'll all see how that will fundamentally change the future political power structure of the U.S. Is the U.S. Congress actually impotent and obsolete, according to Augustus Scheisser?

Russia has "been there, done that" so it'll be no worse than how a Russian contagion went as long as we learn the lessons from how Russia had coped with it and do better. Augustus has battletanks at his command for certain but I remember, "We are Americans!"

I no longer drink the boiled water from my Dad's glass bottle of Johnny Walker Black Label, as cholera is mostly absent in the municipal-treated water of the U.S. (which invented chlorination of water, thereby achieving a breakthrough in human health, and rose to a higher-level of evolution; it's opposite from Assad's achieving a lower-level of evolution using chlorination of his own people; technology and empathy are not enough; there must be good will backing them up.) I don't "drink the Kool-aid" from "our (white) People's Temple" prepared in the southern American jungle. I drank the (leaded?) water directly from the drinking fountain at school.

In my youth, a slide rule was a monolith. What's a monolith nowadays? This Oumuamua?

"When you have eliminated all that is impossible, what remains must be the truth, no matter how improbable." - Sherlock Holmes. Information is preserved according to the negative-first law of the Universe. Investigators believe in this on faith.

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 3 months ago

Does a chicken know enough of traffic rules to cross a street without being imprinted? Cockadoodledoo! Everyone but the well-off and well-protected former brutal dictators vacationing in frigid Terrapluto may be affected by the globally reverberating wavelets. The arctic riviera is a safe haven.

Stalling tactics stole the majority on the U.S. Supreme Court so it might well win again bigly in 2020. Lie, Cheat, and Poo. A bowl of water can do wonders for a kid towed along to Saudi Arabia.

With a similar foresight as my Mom's imposing lunch "austerity measure" on me to save for our flight cash, we in the U.S.A. have stashed billions upon billions of rounds of bullets for the divine purpose of liberation.

Decapitating a bromance "lover" after a rocket's launch wouldn't be nice. Isn't it great if we scrap treaty to satisfy Red China's itch to weaponize space? Only a select few countries can weaponize space right now. U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A! Space force, eh? Airforce and Navy already have some capabilities so how about a water force for douching to complete the trifecta? People will live like moles. Red China had a headstart in underground defense since the days of preparing for fighting the nuclear war with the Soviet Union.

I really wonder how some people could be so far out-of-touch with the reality of the power of the U.S.A. I suppose that it must be due to propaganda. Maybe people could not see the actual results of the past clashes with the U.S. forces due to censorship or language barriers. I worry a lot about our troops getting into unnecessary fights when they are picked upon. We have them almost everywhere (due to the U.S. having evolved as the country with the longest warm water coastlines, seas and oceans are a natural U.S. playground; then adding in on land a few hundred, by now definitely <800, overseas military bases relative to Russia's three {more in "near abroad," in states formerly of the Soviet Union; I've become wiser about why Russia was so keen on fighting to keep its military bases in Syria; look at it from nearly-ice-or-land-locked Russia's perspective on having warm water military ports overseas to project power to three continents and several seas; Terrapluto plays baseball's diamond} and Red China's one {more as "immovable missile-capable aircraft carriers} makes me feel a bit obscene to expose it {Terrarubella americana?} although some people had wanted to flaunt it with a parade, remember?) and they know that they tend to win in most fights. I fear their itchy fingers getting us all sticky and wet. We only want to fight the wars we want to fight, not anything more than that (especially regarding the noncombatants including the civilians.) The U.S. forces are so global and common that their movements seldom make the news unless they are deliberately highlighted due to heightening tensions.

I think that our Congress can disable our Commander-in-Chief, Shittingbull, very well by passing a new law that says every overseas U.S. military base shall host him for at least one day and night for bonding with our troops, in Mad-uro style (blue was a better choice of color than red to show to a bull running into a china shop -- seeing too much red is bad to the wall, wall, wall, wall catcalling Shittingbull, correct?)

Red China does need to be civilized for fairness by "march[ing] on" after Shittingbull. A state which glorifies stealing shall receive punishments in due time from all.

My complaint about Red China is that they make things so cheap but crappy that their goods crowd out from vendors the other higher-quality goods that I want to buy, wasting me a lot of time searching for things that can hold up as well as those before the red tide. Red China is like a toxic bloom of algae that sucks up all the oxygen, kills all the fish, rots and stinks. It reminds me of the stinkiest(-in-my-entire-life) tidal pool I accidentally strayed into in Washington, D.C. We need to kill monopolies everywhere.

Red China has the Wall-Street partners to be able to do its nefarious deeds so we must fight Wall Street as well. I was shopping for cleaning products when the dealine for Saddam Hussein to withdraw his troops from Kuwait was passed without compliance. Saddam was absolutely a criminal who loved playing games by defying the terms of the ceasefire such as booting out weapons inspectors and harassing fighter jets enforcing no-fly zone but he lost big. What the U.S. couldn't see but fear and rage against, we knock down. Yes, we can. Read the biblical story of Samson. Playing fairly benefits all. Propaganda if absorbed without questioning distract from seeing the potential breakthroughs for peace and prosperity.

Paraphrasing Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Allah is American.

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 3 months ago

The U.S. Attorney General William Barr's testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee might have been a target of attention to be distracted away from.