Never mind, Lorraine.
When we lost Will, is when it was over for me.
This was a bad one for me- I will be so happy to see 2019 exit out the door.
Take a good long look at this site, and what it has become, and you will know why.
Good to see you, Lorraine.
No, it is not. Even with people who don't suffer from those illnesses, Christmas can still bring feelings of sadness.
Not always, I think mental health can play a role with some people.
I am always happy to see it come, and I am always happy to see it go.
Nope. Each decade was a world into itself- especially the 60's.
I have blue eyes and I could care a less.
You unfollowed me?
Okay, now you are trying to combine things out of sheer desperation. I know it's hard to keep up with every illegal and creepy act that is committed by Trump- but please try.
For example, Pelosi and Schiff both refrained from saying anything about impeachment until Trump got caught blackmailing the head of Ukraine, so I have no idea why you are bringing Mueller into any of this.
LOL! The Impeachment has nothing to do with the Mueller Report- so keep quoting two years all you want.
Of course he is, it is harder than hell to get an incumbent out.
Is this little Thinker in disguise? Come on out, little one.
"The special counsel, Archibald Cox, was appointed in May of '73, articles of impeachment were drafted by the House committee in July of '74, and Nixon resigned in August of '74, a little over a year after Cox was appointed, and a little over 2 years since the Watergate breakin itself in '72."
Yeah, I basically said that, now what's your point?
Let me ask you- how long did Watergate go on as opposed to what is going on with Trump now? And the numbers for impeachment for both presidents are about the same- with Trump's coming in much earlier in the game than Nixon's. Understand?
I think Mueller was definitely sending a message to Congress when he failed to clear Trump. Glad we got that straighten out.
Mueller made it clear from the beginning that he would only report the facts- not make recommendations. And frankly, the facts don't bode well for Trump.
Sorry but the investigation on Nixon began much sooner- Hogan was the first to abandon Nixon and two weeks later Nixon resigned. Up to that point the Republicans were not abandoning Nixon.
No, it's not exactly where we are with Trump- not even close. Pelosi didn't mention a formal Impeachment Inquiry until September 24th. The Watergate investigation began in March of 73- so please stop with the comparison already.
You don't think including 10 counts of obstruction and not being able to clear the president of any wrong doings was NOT sending a message to Congress?