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Happy Holidays, DU!

Whether you're Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Pagan, Wiccan, Atheist, or Agnostic please let this time be a time to come together with your families and friends and feel happy and warm. I know we Democrats faced a surprising nightmare last month, but please enjoy your Holidays and forget politics. I hope you all have a healing celebration!

Winter Wonderland! Our Christmas Decorations.

One of our 4 wonderful felines, Laisy.

She'll keep me warm throughout winter and the terrifying tRump Presidency.

(V for Vendetta) Chancellor Drumpf Comes To Power.


"He's fucking with people!" Bill Maher on President Non-Elect and his appointments

Megyn Kelly is sucking up to the Orange Fuhrer

Alex Jones is Back on Birtherism and his theories are INSANE

SNL Donald Trump Christmas

Trump supporting College kids now want safe spaces from people who don't support him.

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye Has Been Impeached.

Source: TIME

Following six weeks of street protests and an approval rating that plunged to just 4%, South Korean President Park Geun-hye was impeached Friday by the nation’s National Assembly, signaling an ignominious end to a term that had become mired in a corruption scandal.

The impeachment vote required at least 28 of Park’s fellow Saenuri Party lawmakers to cross the aisle to make up the majority two-thirds of the 300-seat legislature. The final vote was 234 to 56 in favor of impeachment. Park is suspended with immediate effect although the vote needs to be ratified by the nation’s Constitutional Court within 180 days to become permanent.

The nation’s Prime Minister takes over Park’s responsibilities in the interim, though Park had already offered to resign if lawmakers voted against her. If she does, new elections must be held within 60 days. Crowds of banner-waving protesters greeted the verdict with cheers outside the chamber.

“President Park Geun-hye has not only forgotten her duty as the nation‘s leader and administrative chief but also violated the constitution and other laws concerning her public duties,” said opposition lawmaker Kim Kwan-young while presenting the impeachment bill.

Read more: http://time.com/4596318/south-korea-president-impeachment-park-geun-hye-corruption-choi-soon-sil-protests/
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