The official "let's impeach Trump" thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by colton, Jul 16, 2019.

  1. JazzyFresh

    JazzyFresh Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Trump Jr.
     
  2. Safetydan

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    I don't know why, but illiteracy burns make me laugh every time.
     
  3. Zombie

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    Why is it that the proponents of white supremacy are the worst example of their race?
     
  4. str8line

    str8line Well-Known Member Contributor 2019 Award Winner

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    Great timing for this post.
     
  5. The Thriller

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    This looks and smells like Fascism to me

     
  6. Stoked

    Stoked Well-Known Member Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    Jesus H, I hope shell gets sued into the ground. Same for trump.

    God, this guy needs to go.
     
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  7. The Thriller

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    Agreed. It’s toxic. Employees shouldn’t be forced to do this. It’s all connected. I’m sure Shell is hoping to get itself some nice deals by kissing trump’s butt. Corruption has a corrupting effect.
     
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  8. Jazzta

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    Ok we’ve identified the problem. What is the solution? Will voting Democrat really solve our issues? Shall we blindly trust the political process in this country, or is the need for deeper changes at hand? These are the questions that we need to ask. Respect bro.
     
  9. fishonjazz

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    Wtf? Is that for real?
     
  10. fishonjazz

    fishonjazz Well-Known Member Contributor 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    I think just voting non Trump solves this particular issue.
    I mean Trump isn't our first president. He isn't our first republican president either. I don't remember any other presidents of the past, Democrat or republican, who had companies making these type of demands in order to get overtime pay.

    To me this isn't a partisan problem. It's a trump problem. Trump needs to go. Impeach his *** and get another Republican to run next election.
     
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  11. fishonjazz

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    From the article:.
    The president also called out union leadership, which Shell had requested to be in attendance.

    “I’m going to speak to some of your union leaders to say, ‘I hope you’re going to support Trump.’ OK?” he said. “And if they don’t, vote them the hell out of office because they’re not doing their job.”
     
  12. fishonjazz

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    I will say that after reading the full article it's not as bad as I thought.
    I mean if my company did that I would just be like, cool I get to just stand there and do nothing and get paid overtime? Sweet. I would probably just put my wireless headphones in and play on my phone throughout the whole thing.
    And if I felt like it then maybe I would just lose out on the money and go fishing or take my daughter swimming or something instead. (I would probably attend and take the money though.)
     
  13. fishonjazz

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    To be fair, they weren't forced to do anything. They had a choice to attend and get overtime pay on the next Friday or take the day off with no punishment.
     
  14. Stoked

    Stoked Well-Known Member Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    Yes, across the board.

    Removing Trump in 2020 is an immediate goal. Voting D is the most realistic way to do that. We can do that while pushing for reform and replacement of corrupt and under performing representatives. At city, state and national levels.

    Unfortunately it involves mass amounts of Americans getting off their lazy asses.
     
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  15. The Thriller

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    I think it’s reasonable to assume that more than money is at stake with this, right? Position, reputation, pay raises and promotions. Workplaces are full of politics. “Aren’t you a team player Fishon?” So I’m guessing if you had been in that position, you’d have to consider much more than just lunch and headphones.

    edit: is that you in your pic? Was that taken at the Brazilian restaurant Tucanos?
     
  16. fishonjazz

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    Yes its me in my pic (and my wife). It was taken at PF changs (we had a giftcard).

    I see what you are saying about the politics at work and are probably right. In that case i would just show up, listen to some music on my headphones, play on my phone and not pay attention to anything trumps dumbass has to say and collect my overtime while not losing any work politic points.
     
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  17. The Thriller

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    I disagree. Trump’s damage to our country will be long lasting. The allies he’s alienating, the authoritarians he’s validating, the treaties he’s shredding... the judges he’s appointing... The example he’s setting for political discourse... all will take years if not decades to repair, if they’re event repairable in the first place.

    These are lifetime appointments. He’s going to be around long after a two term President Warren fixes the Trump recession.

     
  18. fishonjazz

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    Fair enough. You make a good case
     
  19. Jazzta

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    Man don’t make me vote for Joe or Kamala :/
     
  20. Stoked

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    Lol

    If that’s your choice or Trump? Who you taking?
     

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