why i don’t practice

I’m too damn pragmatic. It’s really simple: I was saying, ‘They can simply go to court on a OSC to get the documents. The court would have to rule on the issue of the so-called “executive discretion.”‘ And, make a determination on what part of the evidence would be “privileged” and what part the Congress is entitled, by law, to see. Expedited review of any ruling …

The political reality: Nothing matters, anyway.

I understand … delaying tactics, etc. But, So What? It’s about the rule of law.

Conclusion: Play more music to learn, don’t learn to play. Practice to get better and get yourself out of the way and play.

Moving along

The defense of the president is to assert:
– The opposition wants to nullify the election; and
– The opposition wants to disqualify the candidate from seeking the office on purely political grounds

Fact: The election has occurred and cannot be nullified – office occupied!
Fact: The alleged acts of the president created the situation (not his omissions)
Fact: Something occurred – he failed to carryout his commission to which he was entrusted by those in authority to grant the privilege, in a timely manner, in the opinion of some of those in Congress granting authority.
Fact: The Constitution grants Congress the authority to sanction the president, specifying disqualification for future privileges of the office for failure to act within the scope of authority and powers granted.

The Question:




As for the defense, rather than demolishing the case for Impeachment, it categorically confirms sanctions prescribed by the allegations of malfeasance and self-serving, pursuant to the terms of the Constitution itself.

The error of the defense is that, conceptually, the defense substitutes “democrats” for the for Constitution, in its personification of the document.

The bet is that most people will “buy” the bridge, and swallow the bait, hook, line and sinker.

My last thoughts on the subject: What does Biden have to do with the appropriation made by the Congress? If he deceived Congress, actions should go against him. If his son broke a law, the prosecution should be against him by the appropriate authorities.

If the president knew his acts were going to be hyper-criticized, a prudent professional would have, and should have, avoided even the appearance of impropriety. Nothing less than full disclosure, before taking action, is required when there is the possible appearance of a conflict of interest. Period. And, that is why the defenses are vacuous (at least at this moment in time). That is especially true with regard to dealing with money to which one is entrusted to disburse.

Upon the presidential petard of truth fails the defense of “Executive Privilege.” Executive Privilege is not the same, in equivalency or relevancy, to the word “discretion” of a person working as an executive.

‘If you don’t know, now you do.’

Moving on: The Republicans, if they are in fact “republicans” may check things out (see evidence), find no cause for removal from office based on lack of conclusive evidence, if found inconclusively and they should sanction the president with censure. He failed to avoid even the appearance of a personal conflict of interest.

IMO: If he doesn’t even agree to that, he’s not the sort of person who should be entrusted with leadership.

Take Her out!

He is a Kill-her! HuMan-slayer.

It is so plain to see: He knows how to say, “You’re fired.” And, as the CEO, he knows how to say, “I want her resignation.” But, he speaks as the mobster he is. And, that’s why THEY support him.

Lie is their truth.
Rationale is their hypocracy.
Hate is their love.
Lust is their God.
Crime is their frame.
Deceit the game.
Destroy is their fame.

Evil the name.

Hacked …

Yep. the U.S.A. has been hacked. Plain and simple. Mr. T-Rump primarily has been done in and has been and is “misdemeaningly” mindlessly involved in the attempt to hack the Constitution of the U.S.

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: The Plegde of Allegiance must be rewritten, as follows:

I pledge allegiance to the Constitution of the United States of American, and to the Republic for which it exists, with liberty and justice for all.

What else is necessary?