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Is a Quid Pro Quo with Ukraine an Impeachable Offense?
by Countable's Trump Impeachment Coverage
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  • Dane
    Voted No
    11/08/2019
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    At the very worse it is an abuse of power, which we all know after the Obama administration; abuse of power is not an impeachable offense. Do the Democrats need to be reminded of how dangerous it is to set such precedents, I mean need I remind them of how the nuclear option eventually came full circle and bit them in the butts. The political climate is the only climate that concerns me these days, as politics have become too personal and the fall out is going to be catastrophic, should this animus and contention continue. We are Americans first, and it is high time people remember that we can agree to disagree and still be Americans, still be cordial, and still be neighbors. This is all getting a little bit ridiculous, the problem is not the President, the problem is the inability of his opponents to except rejection. The 2016 election was about rejecting Obama more than anything, and Donald Trump happened to be the most anti-Obama candidate, and 2020 will be about rejecting socialism so I hope that this time the Democrats will learn and adapt, and remember it's not business it's very personal when it comes to rights, when it comes to our dreams and the promise of the American dream potentially being erased.

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