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RainCaster

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Home country: USA
Current location: Left Coast
Member since: Mon Oct 10, 2016, 06:19 PM
Number of posts: 4,002

About Me

A Reformed Republican who has seen evil and shook its hand. (Nixon) He now spends his time trying to change the world for the better.

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Howard Schultz doesn't vote in this month's school levies

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/howard-schultz-didnt-vote-on-latest-seattle-school-levies/
What more is there to say?

What can we do about him?

For the sake of this discussion, letís stipulate that DFT has already been tried and found guilty of numerous crimes against the people, the state and perhaps even fashion. Whatever. The real question I have is- what do we do with the POS once he has been found guilty and removed from office? What should be his punishment?

Part of me would be ecstatic to see the small fingered vulgarian locked up in a cell for the rest of his life. I would do a Truly Happy Dance when I see the marshals take him out of the courtroom in chains. But what kind of prison? Someplace nasty with the most hardened criminals (like ADX Florence), or an easy street place like Butner where Bernie Madoff went? Then, once that decision has been made, how do we deal with security? As a former pResident, he is entitled to full time security for ten years after leaving office. While I would not lose sleep over jailhouse justice, the Secret Service would have to deal with that for at least the first ten years.
Is the death penalty even an option? It certainly was for the Rosenbergs. But his attorneys could tie that up until heís died of natural causes. Although after ten years, he would be legally able to be executed. Plus, we are still on the hook for his security for the first ten years of his prison life.

Or could we place him in exile? Yes, kick him out of the country for the rest of his life. The Hill recently did an article about that concept as a sentencing alternative. Let the MF move to Russia or whatever country would take him in. Of course, we would confiscate all his known assets first, and perhaps leave him with $50k spending money, that seems fair. That which we confiscate could go back into the Treasury to reunite all those immigrant families. The problem is, would he be a security problem for us? Has he really been so stupid as to need comic book renditions of the daily sec briefings? What if he actually has a few brain cells remaining after all those orange spray paint fumes? Could he actually remember enough real details to be of value to China, Russia or anyone else?

Or do we just let him live out his days, tweeting madly from his penthouse in NYC about how Obama did him wrong? Would that give any sense of justice to the citizenry? Furthermore, what would it accomplish? IMO, if we had sent Nixon off to hard time when he left office, the GOP would have taken far longer to become this corrupt. So, part of the rationale behind a severe sentence is the deterrence it gives us against another trying to do the same thing.

What should be done? That is my question for us all.

Tim Eyman under investigation in theft of $70 chair from Office Depot

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/crime/tim-eyman-under-investigation-in-theft-of-70-chair-from-office-depot/

WTF - Carly B?

I thought I would turn on the idiot box for a few mins before going to bed. I saw the biggest waste of Oxygen I had seen in a long time. Where did this crap come from? My dogs excrement has more musical talent.
Sorry for being such a curmudgeon, that level of talent just rubs me the wrong way.

I'm calling my toilet time "Executive Time"

I suggest that should become the new description for our activities of relief.
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