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You should be able to question your leadership but I personally question the viability of Impeachments after it was just used in an attempted Coup IRL.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:You should be able to question your leadership but I personally question the viability of Impeachments after it was just used in an attempted Coup IRL.

How else would a corrupt leadership be disposed if not by way of an impeachment?

And what coup?

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: What is your favorite drink?

Cedrat Soda, but I only found them in Italy so far :c

EDIT: Woops quoted the wrong person XD

Rangers of the Grey wrote:How else would a corrupt leadership be disposed if not by way of an impeachment?

And what coup?

Perhaps it was the one attempting to impeach Trump. I don't think it would count as a coup, though. Aren't coups supposed to be a violent or forceful take over? Not sure. It is within the law to impeach a president, so I don't think it counts as a coup. I could be wrong though.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:You should be able to question your leadership but I personally question the viability of Impeachments after it was just used in an attempted Coup IRL.

Rangers of the Grey wrote:How else would a corrupt leadership be disposed if not by way of an impeachment?

And what coup?

I mean, without impeachment any kind of governmental change can be a lot worse.
Definition of coup btw: "a sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government."
So impeachment is a preferable alternative in my opinion.

Club Lux wrote:I mean, without impeachment any kind of governmental change can be a lot worse.
Definition of coup btw: "a sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government."
So impeachment is a preferable alternative in my opinion.

Next round of Elections. Let the system decide.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:Next round of Elections. Let the system decide.

Except the system makes mistakes. And we can't always wait 4 years (or in some countries, longer) to solve problems. Impeachment is needed.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:Next round of Elections. Let the system decide.

Any other administration would've handled the pandemic and national unrest better than anything Trump has done, who only divides and endangers the many people he has sworn to protect

The point of the Electoral Collage is to prevent the 51% from forcing it's will on the 49% and vice versa. It's Set up so that you need a 2/3 consensus of the States to Elect the President. As we are a Union of Nations.

Rangers of the Grey wrote:Any other administration would've handled the pandemic and national unrest better than anything Trump has done, who only divides and endangers the many people he has sworn to protect

Any other president would have been a puppet or just kneeled before the Communists

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:The point of the Electoral Collage is to prevent the 51% from forcing it's will on the 49% and vice versa. It's Set up so that you need a 2/3 consensus of the States to Elect the President. As we are a Union of Nations.

No, that's not what it's set up for. It was set up to let the elite be in charge whether the people agreed or not. Have you even taken a government class?
And we are not a union of nations. That's what we were under the Articles of Confederation. We are a single country that is in charge of a bunch of provinces who call themselves sates even though they aren't states.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:Any other president would have been a puppet or just kneeled before the Communists

Please don't double post. Read the rules.
And really? Communism? That hasn't been an issue for decades.

Post self-deleted by Club Lux.

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:The point of the Electoral Collage is to prevent the 51% from forcing it's will on the 49% and vice versa. It's Set up so that you need a 2/3 consensus of the States to Elect the President. As we are a Union of Nations.

That still solves nothing regarding the impeachment and its effects on the nation. An impeachment is meant to remove a president who is a liability to the safety of the US and who is unfit for the position he was elected to. As it should in any other nation, if an official threatens the very nation they lead they should be removed from office, an impeachment just ensures that it's done so within the confines of the law.

EDIT:

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:Any other president would have been a puppet or just kneeled before the Communists

Trump has known ties with Putin, who's administration influenced the very election that got him to be president. Just last week or something it became clear that Russia has put bounties on US troops, which did take the American lives yet he didn't even respond to it. He has lost the economic war against China (who he never could've won to begin with). He lies to the American people nearly hourly. He lies about telling lies. He downplays the very pandemic that has killed hundreds of thousands worldwide. Has attempted (and still is) to downsize the US' funds to its national and international medical organizations. No matter how you spin it, Trump is up there amongst the very worst US democracy has to offer

The Greater-American-Republic wrote:The point of the Electoral Collage is to prevent the 51% from forcing it's will on the 49% and vice versa. It's Set up so that you need a 2/3 consensus of the States to Elect the President. As we are a Union of Nations.

I believe that's what the legislative and judicial branches are for.

Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

The skill of not making stupid decisions constantly

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

Super amazing mental math... like calculator level; not even, more like quantum computing level.

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

Being omnilingual would be pretty great.

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

The skill to learn any language with ease. It would be amazing to just learn dozens or languages like it were nothing. Perhaps count coding languages as well just for fun.

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

Sleeving would be cool.

With that and the functional immortality it provides, I'd have plenty of time to acquire all the other skills I want.

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

The ability to fix anything, even if I don't have the necessary parts. Even certain people.

Rangers of the Grey wrote:That still solves nothing regarding the impeachment and its effects on the nation. An impeachment is meant to remove a president who is a liability to the safety of the US and who is unfit for the position he was elected to. As it should in any other nation, if an official threatens the very nation they lead they should be removed from office, an impeachment just ensures that it's done so within the confines of the law.

EDIT:
Trump has known ties with Putin, who's administration influenced the very election that got him to be president. Just last week or something it became clear that Russia has put bounties on US troops, which did take the American lives yet he didn't even respond to it. He has lost the economic war against China (who he never could've won to begin with). He lies to the American people nearly hourly. He lies about telling lies. He downplays the very pandemic that has killed hundreds of thousands worldwide. Has attempted (and still is) to downsize the US' funds to its national and international medical organizations. No matter how you spin it, Trump is up there amongst the very worst US democracy has to offer

If your going to do business with Russia you have to do business with Putin. Also go ahead blame a man for 50 years of problems when he has only been in government for 4

Club Lux wrote:Except the system makes mistakes. And we can't always wait 4 years (or in some countries, longer) to solve problems. Impeachment is needed.

Assassinations work too.

Rangers of the Grey wrote:No matter how you spin it, Trump is up there amongst the very worst US democracy has to offer

You seem to have forgot his constant whining that the media doesn't laud him for is many failures.

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

The ability to make logical, accurate, and precise decisions based on random an disassociated facts.

Animals now have the same rights as people... because a gorilla killed someone and I had it killed.

Guardian of Gaia wrote:Question of the Day: If you could acquire any skill, what would you choose?

That's tough. Honestly... if we're talking about relatively normal skills, which I think we are, then probably either patience or to stop procrastinating.
If we want to go a bit more superhuman then I'd want the ability to see what effect major choices I make have on the future

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