To be clear that's talking about the amount of participation per person, not the number of people who are active. There's still a LOT more people who identify as religious and politically conservative. It's just that those who are religious and liberal are more likely to be more active in politics.
"Sen. Peter J. Lucido, of Shelby Township, serves the people of Michigan's 8th Senate District and is the Senate Majority Whip. Sen. Lucido serves as chairman of the Senate Judiciary and Public Safety, Advice and Consent, and JCAR committees, and is a member of the Senate Elections and Oversight committees."
Maybe the kid's been difficult lately...I was under the impression that he actually was planning on stepping down in 2024 and having his daughter take over. I guess he doesn't think he can pull that off anymore.
Putin's kept himself in phenomenal shape, but he's quickly reaching the point where there is nothing he can do to maintain the kind of machismo that allows him to do what he does. He's 67. He has no heir apparent except his daughter and clearly he's not turning it over to her. His inner circle is a group of vultures waiting for him to die so they can carve up the country.I was under the impression that he actually was planning on stepping down in 2024 and having his daughter take over. I guess he doesn't think he can pull that off anymore.
Remember, the people who worked with Reagan actually... you know... LIKED Reagan. There's a reason "St. Reagan" is a thing; Even if he was involved with shady shit, he knew well enough to treat the people close to him well.I wonder if 40 years from now they'll release docs confirming Trump did make demands of Ukraine, and everyone will pretend that it wasn't already obvious as fuck since day 1.
Most Republicans have already accepted he did, but that it doesn’t constitute an impeachable offense. That’s the reasoning a lot are giving to not call Bolton to testify. He won’t add anything new, because the current testimony and evidence already shows he made demands for aid.I wonder if 40 years from now they'll release docs confirming Trump did make demands of Ukraine, and everyone will pretend that it wasn't already obvious as fuck since day 1.
Saw that. Told my wife, “Looks like it died of windmill cancer.”
It most certainly is, as are many of the other things that have been done. Trouble is that the ones in any position to prosecute... would prefer not to.How is anyone just accepting the proposition that it's okay for a government official to ask a foreign power to investigate an American citizen? Surely that's a crime in and of itself?
I genuinely try not to have positive emotions when bad things happen to bad people, because I tihnk it's ethically wrong to think stuff like "couldn't happen to a nicer guy" or "oh no, we'll miss him", because, you know, human being, and all that. Sometimes, though, it can be hard.I cri every tyme