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Saturday, October 07, 2017


Bongo Bill

I suppose if your interpretation is "irrefutable" then there's no purpose in anyone trying to discuss it with you.

andrew b spark

The fact that the word "high" modifies "misdemeanor" irrefutably shows that there must be some connection to high office for an offense to be impeachable; basically, what Peterson is advocating that the word "high" be dead letter, especially in a country which increasingly stands for the criminalization of everything. Clinton should never have been subject to impeachment proceedings for that reason.

Peterson even cites con artist Edward Medvinsky as support.

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