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(NewsBusters)   MSNBC finally beats Fox News in something, uses term 'impeachment' more than four times as often in July   (newsbusters.org) divider line 49
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2014-08-01 09:12:54 AM  
HOW DARE MSNBC REPORT ON THE NEWS REPUBLICANS MAKE!
 
2014-08-01 09:19:50 AM  
are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?
 
2014-08-01 09:26:08 AM  

FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?


Meh.  It's been done.  Remember when the Teabaggers asked people stop referring to them by the name they chose for themselves?
 
2014-08-01 09:35:55 AM  
I see News Busters still hasn't gotten that sand out of their vagina.
 
2014-08-01 09:36:57 AM  

FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?


Of course they are... and it will work with the base.

The GOP is chocker-blocked with willfully ignorant, disingenuous ideologues.
 
2014-08-01 09:37:56 AM  
Well, there you have it folks.  Absolute, incontrovertible PROOF that no Republican has EVER even mentioned the possibility of impeaching pReznit Bukkake O'Bunga!
 
2014-08-01 09:38:05 AM  
Is Benghazi taken?
 
2014-08-01 09:39:01 AM  

4.bp.blogspot.com

How do I impeach self?

 
2014-08-01 09:39:09 AM  
It's only real if Fox News reports on it.
 
2014-08-01 09:40:29 AM  
I wonder how many of those "mentions" are from MSNBC playing actual clips of Republicans demanding (or "considering") impeachment.
 
2014-08-01 09:42:35 AM  

Epic Fap Session: I wonder how many of those "mentions" are from MSNBC playing actual clips of Republicans demanding (or "considering") impeachment.


Observing people's actions and quoting their real words in context is a well-known liberal MSM gotcha trick.  No one's buying it anymore.
 
2014-08-01 09:43:57 AM  
Yep, totally coming from Obama and the left.

All credit to Nina_Hartleys_Ass for this list:

Rep. Steve Scalise "Refused to Rule Out a Drive to Impeach President Barack Obama." "The third ranking Republican official in the House refused to rule out a drive to impeach President Barack Obama during an interview with Fox News Sunday." [MSNBC, 7/27/14]

Rep. Jeff Denham: Would Not Discount Impeachment. In August 2013, Denham said: "If our Commander in Chief that was reelected in this country decides to break the Constitution it is a challenge to hold him accountable. And he's done it several times now." When asked if he would support impeachment, Denham said: "Impeachment is a, is a very serious issue. I think that you have to prove that the leader of the free world has done something that is so far against American beliefs that, and this trust that he's been sworn into that you remove him. You know I think that him trying to move beyond these phony scandals is something that opens the door for us to investigate further. IRS targeting people, targeting individuals, targeting political organizations is a huge issue that we're going to hold him account on. But the biggest issue for me thus far in this presidency has been Benghazi [...]So depending on how far these investigations go we could get into a scenario where the president has broken the law." [North Valley Tea Party Club, 8/14/13]

Rep. Kerry Bentivolio: It Would be "Dream Come True" to Impeach President Obama. "Rep. Kerry Bentivolio, R-Mich., Monday said it would be a 'dream come true' to write a bill to impeach President Obama after constituents asked what he is doing to stop the president from 'doing everything that he's doing against [the] Constitution.' 'If I could write that bill and submit it, it would be a dream come true,' Bentivolio said at the Birmingham Bloomfield Republican Club Meeting. 'I feel your pain. I stood twelve feet away from [the president] and listened to him. I couldn't stand being there, but because he is president I have to respect the office. That's my job, as a congressman. I respect the office.' Bentivolio, a former Santa Claus impersonator and reindeer farmer, went on to say that he has already asked various lawyers and scholars to advise him on 'how [he] could impeach the president of the United States.'" [ABC News, 8/21/13]

Rep. Steve King: House will Impeach President Obama if He Acts on Immigration Reform. "Rep. Steve King (R-IA) believes the House of Representatives will immediately begin impeachment proceedings if President Barack Obama unilaterally grants work permits and amnesty to millions more illegal immigrants by the 'end of summer' [...]'From my standpoint, if the president [enacts more executive actions], we need to bring impeachment hearings immediately before the House of Representatives,' King said. 'That's my position and that's my prediction.'" [Breitbart, 7/26/14]

Rep. Jason Chaffetz: Impeaching President Obama a Possibility. "Rep. Jason Chaffetz says President Barack Obama's handling of the government's response to the Benghazi terrorist attack could be an impeachable offense and vows to continue digging at the "lies of highest magnitude" from the White House. 'It's certainly a possibility," the Utah Republican said Monday when asked about impeachment. 'That's not the goal but given the continued lies perpetrated by this administration, I don't know where it's going to go. ... I'm not taking it off the table. I'm not out there touting that but I think this gets to the highest levels of our government and integrity and honesty are paramount.'" [Salt Lake Tribune, 5/13/13]

Rep. Michele Bachmann: Option of Impeaching President Obama Should Not be Dismissed. "Bachmann stopped short of saying that Obama should be impeached, but when asked, said that option shouldn't be dismissed. 'As I have been home in my district, the 6th District of Minnesota, there isn't a weekend that hasn't gone by that someone says to me, 'Michele, what in the world are you all waiting for in Congress? Why aren't you impeaching the president? He's been making unconstitutional actions since he came into office,' Bachmann said." [Politico, 5/16/13]

Rep. Blake Farenthold: House has Votes to Impeach President Obama. "Rep. Blake Farenthold thinks the House of Representatives has the votes to impeach President Barack Obama in response to an inquiry about the authenticity of the president's birth certificate, but said at a town hall meeting he doesn't think it would be the best approach. 'A question I get a lot, 'If everybody is so unhappy with the president, why don't you impeach him?' Farenthold, a Texas Republican, said at a town hall meeting Saturday according to a video posted on YouTube. 'I'll give you a real frank answer about that, if we were to impeach the president tomorrow, we would probably get the votes in the House of Representatives to do it.'" [Politico, 8/12/13]

Rep. Steve Stockman: "I'm Considering Filing Articles of Impeachment Against Barack Obama." "Mr.Stockman said Mr. Obama has repeatedly broken his oath of office to uphold the Constitution, and in response, he's seriously mulling legal action. 'I'm considering filing Articles of Impeachment against Barack Obama,' he wrote on his website, as reported by The Blaze." [Washington Times, 1/30/14]

Rep. Jack Kingston: Congress Will Start Looking at Impeaching President Obama "Very Seriously." "Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) declined to comment this week when asked whether he supports impeaching President Barack Obama, but in a radio interview two weeks ago, he said it was a very serious possibility [...] 'Not a day goes by when people don't talk to us about impeachment. I don't know what rises to that level yet, but I know that there's a mounting frustration that a lot of people are getting to and I think Congress is going to start looking at it very seriously.'" [Huffington Post, 7/16/14]

Rep. Randy Weber: "The President Deserves to be Impeached." "'The president deserves to be impeached, plain and simple,' Rep. Randy Weber (R-Texas) said at an event hosted by the Heritage Foundation." [The Hill, 7/15/14]

Rep. Joe Barton: Impeaching President Obama "Debatable." "Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas), who voted to impeach President Bill Clinton in 1998, said that doing the same for Obama was 'debatable.' 'I think it's debatable. I certainly think the president has gone out of his way to not enforce some of the laws that the Congress thinks he should be enforcing,' Barton said." [The Hill, 7/15/14]

Rep. Michael Burgess: Impeaching President Obama "Needs to Happen." "Impeaching President Barack Obama 'needs to happen,' Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas) told a local tea party group, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Tuesday. Burgess spoke, the paper said, in response to an attendee's suggestion that the GOP-controlled House use impeachment to stop Obama from 'pushing his agenda.' 'It needs to happen, and I agree with you it would tie things up,' Burgess reportedly responded. 'No question about that.'" [Politico, 8/09/11]

Rep. Ted Yoho: House Should Threaten to Impeach President Obama. "Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) told colleagues that the House should pass legislation with new steps to secure the border, and tell Obama if he didn't implement it, they would impeach him. 'He either enforces the laws on the books-as he was hired and elected to do-or he leaves Congress no option. This is not our choice, this is the President's choice and I would advise him to uphold the law on the books,' Yoho said in a written statement after the meeting." [Breitbart, 7/25/14]

Rep. Paul Broun Backed Impeaching President Obama. "Rep. Paul Broun, a GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in Georgia, indicated during a tea party-sponsored candidate forum this weekend that he would support the impeachment of President Obama. Candidates at the Gilmer County GOP forum, including Broun, were asked by a questioner: 'Clinton was impeached for perjury. Obama has perjured himself on multiple occasions. Would you support impeachment if presented for a vote?' Broun, along with two other candidates, Derrick Grayson and Eugene Yu raised their hands, according to video of the event obtained by ABC News (watch video above). Neither Rep. Phil Gingrey nor Rep. Jack Kingston attended the forum." [ABC News, 2/03/14]

Rep. Louie Gohmert Pushed Impeachment of President Obama. "Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) on Tuesday amped his recent impeachment rhetoric by claiming that President Barack Obama was 'getting close to a high crime and misdemeanor' [...]Gohmert also repeated his recent warning that if Republicans force the U.S. to default on its debt by refusing to raise the debt ceiling then it 'would be an impeachable offense by the president.'" [Raw Story, 10/15/13]

Rep. Lou Barletta: House Probably has Votes to Impeach President Obama."Rep. Lou Barletta says the House 'probably' has the votes to impeach President Barack Obama. 'He's just absolutely ignoring the Constitution, and ignoring the laws and ignoring the checks and balances,' the Pennsylvania Republican said of Obama on the Gary Sutton radio show on Monday. 'The problem is, what do you do? For those that say impeach him for breaking the laws or bypassing the laws - could that pass in the House? It probably could. Is the majority of the American people in favor of impeaching the president? I'm not sure.'" [Politico, 6/17/14]
 
2014-08-01 09:44:01 AM  
I stopped reading when they claimed that Fox was truly "Fair and Balanced."  

Tragically, it was in the last line.  Dagnabbit.
 
2014-08-01 09:46:45 AM  
Ya...so?
 
2014-08-01 09:50:29 AM  
I say play it for all it's worth.  It can only help the Dems.
 
2014-08-01 09:52:41 AM  

Marshal Tito: I stopped reading when they claimed that Fox was truly "Fair and Balanced."  

Tragically, it was in the last line.  Dagnabbit.


Silly you.  I stopped reading at the "Newsbusters" tag.
 
2014-08-01 09:53:18 AM  

clkeagle: Yep, totally coming from Obama and the left.

All credit to Nina_Hartleys_Ass for this list:


Not one of them is a serious GOP leader.  Karl Rove told us that.
 
2014-08-01 09:56:50 AM  

HotWingConspiracy: How do I impeach self?


The GOP would still blast him for abusing executive privilege and deny doing it.
 
2014-08-01 09:58:33 AM  

wxboy: Marshal Tito: I stopped reading when they claimed that Fox was truly "Fair and Balanced."  

Tragically, it was in the last line.  Dagnabbit.

Silly you.  I stopped reading at the "Newsbusters" tag.


I'm torn between "I immediately regret this decision" and "I've made a huge mistake."  Par for the course for NewsBusters.
 
2014-08-01 09:58:46 AM  
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
KIA
2014-08-01 10:03:50 AM  
The whole "impeachment" thing is massive over-thinking by the Republicans.  They think Crazy Uncle Joe Biden will be easier to beat than Suit-Pant Clinton or Lieawatha Warren, so if they impeach Obama, and can beat Biden as an incumbent, they have some kind of a chance.

This notion is idiocy of the first degree.  The Republicans have no meaningful chance of a large-scale win until they first reach a consensus that they can see their way clear to keep their hands to themselves and off of other peoples' genitals. They don't have the right to tell consenting adults what they do in the privacy of their own home, who they marry or why.  Until they reach this realization and drive it home through their ranks or banish objectors, they will be ineffective in reaching mainstream America.

Second, they must develop a compelling message that they actually intend to live by.  For example, nobody believes the Republicans at present when they say they are in favor of fiscal conservatism because they have been spending just as much as the Democrats.  The American people may not all be rocket scientists, but most can smell bullshiat and recognize it as such.  On the other hand, if the Republicans said "Hey, we support freedom and thing all this drone and NSA surveillance stuff has gone way too far.  If elected, we'll put an end to that" they'll get a lot more traction.  The "freedom" platform would also be consistent with the first point above.  If they're really enthusiastic, they could say "and the militarization of police forces and issuance of weapons and ammunition to 400 some-odd federal agencies is excessive too, so we're going to get all of that under direct civilian oversight right away."

The third thing the Republicans need to do is get serious about putting our financial house in order.  Why are we borrowing money to hand it out to foreign nations in the hope that they may not be total pricks to us?  It isn't working, so let's just stop that.  Why are we paying out massive farm subsidies to farmers so they don't grow crops and the price of food rises hurting every single American?  People who have assets and are being paid not to use them for the betterment of society are part of the problem.  Let's stop that too and furthermore, let's make it illegal to "buy" votes by such allocations.  I'm not even going to talk about the massive conflict of interest in letting people vote themselves such preferences, but it should be obvious that it's not a healthy thing.
 
2014-08-01 10:04:40 AM  
Holy shiat. That place makes freepers look reasonable. Dayaum...
 
2014-08-01 10:07:33 AM  

Phinn:


I'll refer you to clkeagle'a post earlier in the thread. I know it's got a lot
 
2014-08-01 10:09:15 AM  

glmorrs1: Phinn:

I'll refer you to clkeagle'a post earlier in the thread. I know it's got a lot


What the hell happened to the rest of my post?

/Too lazy to type it out again
 
2014-08-01 10:10:05 AM  
The liberal station is using big words more often than the conservative station?  Shocking.

Why do multiple syllables hate America?
 
2014-08-01 10:13:47 AM  
What were the numbers prior to July?
 
2014-08-01 10:15:38 AM  
Dear GOP,

Fark you. You made your bed, now lie in it.
 
2014-08-01 10:21:15 AM  

clkeagle: Yep, totally coming from Obama and the left.

All credit to Nina_Hartleys_Ass for this list:

Rep. Steve Scalise "Refused to Rule Out a Drive to Impeach President Barack Obama." "The third ranking Republican official in the House refused to rule out a drive to impeach President Barack Obama during an interview with Fox News Sunday." [MSNBC, 7/27/14]

Rep. Jeff Denham: Would Not Discount Impeachment. In August 2013, Denham said: "If our Commander in Chief that was reelected in this country decides to break the Constitution it is a challenge to hold him accountable. And he's done it several times now." When asked if he would support impeachment, Denham said: "Impeachment is a, is a very serious issue. I think that you have to prove that the leader of the free world has done something that is so far against American beliefs that, and this trust that he's been sworn into that you remove him. You know I think that him trying to move beyond these phony scandals is something that opens the door for us to investigate further. IRS targeting people, targeting individuals, targeting political organizations is a huge issue that we're going to hold him account on. But the biggest issue for me thus far in this presidency has been Benghazi [...]So depending on how far these investigations go we could get into a scenario where the president has broken the law." [North Valley Tea Party Club, 8/14/13]

Rep. Kerry Bentivolio: It Would be "Dream Come True" to Impeach President Obama. "Rep. Kerry Bentivolio, R-Mich., Monday said it would be a 'dream come true' to write a bill to impeach President Obama after constituents asked what he is doing to stop the president from 'doing everything that he's doing against [the] Constitution.' 'If I could write that bill and submit it, it would be a dream come true,' Bentivolio said at the Birmingham Bloomfield Republican Club Meeting. 'I feel your pain. I stood twelve feet away from [the president] and listened to him. I couldn't stand being there ...


The entire GOP strategy has devolved to:
cdn.memegenerator.net
 
2014-08-01 10:23:41 AM  
It sounds to me like MSNBC is a bunch of tattletales. "Teacher, Mr. Gohmert said he was going to impeach the President! Make him stop being so mean!"

Nobody likes tattletales.
 
2014-08-01 10:24:00 AM  

Phinn: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 179x228]


That comparison does not work in the way you think it does. And that makes it hilarious.
 
2014-08-01 10:25:42 AM  

Derp Du Jour: What were the numbers prior to July?


I'm pretty sure the word didn't exist prior to July, so naturally Republicans did not speak or write it.
 
2014-08-01 10:30:56 AM  

clkeagle: Yep, totally coming from Obama and the left.

All credit to Nina_Hartleys_Ass for this list:

Rep. Steve Scalise "Refused to Rule Out a Drive to Impeach President Barack Obama." "The third ranking Republican official in the House refused to rule out a drive to impeach President Barack Obama during an interview with Fox News Sunday." [MSNBC, 7/27/14]

Rep. Jeff Denham: Would Not Discount Impeachment. In August 2013, Denham said: "If our Commander in Chief that was reelected in this country decides to break the Constitution it is a challenge to hold him accountable. And he's done it several times now." When asked if he would support impeachment, Denham said: "Impeachment is a, is a very serious issue. I think that you have to prove that the leader of the free world has done something that is so far against American beliefs that, and this trust that he's been sworn into that you remove him. You know I think that him trying to move beyond these phony scandals is something that opens the door for us to investigate further. IRS targeting people, targeting individuals, targeting political organizations is a huge issue that we're going to hold him account on. But the biggest issue for me thus far in this presidency has been Benghazi [...]So depending on how far these investigations go we could get into a scenario where the president has broken the law." [North Valley Tea Party Club, 8/14/13]

Rep. Kerry Bentivolio: It Would be "Dream Come True" to Impeach President Obama. "Rep. Kerry Bentivolio, R-Mich., Monday said it would be a 'dream come true' to write a bill to impeach President Obama after constituents asked what he is doing to stop the president from 'doing everything that he's doing against [the] Constitution.' 'If I could write that bill and submit it, it would be a dream come true,' Bentivolio said at the Birmingham Bloomfield Republican Club Meeting. 'I feel your pain. I stood twelve feet away from [the president] and listened to him. I couldn't stand being there ...


But my question is, what does his jalapeno on a stick think about 0bama?
 
2014-08-01 10:40:31 AM  
It's not MSNBC's fault that a significant portion of fox personalities and viewers are limited to two syllable words.  That's why republicans went with the lawsuit, it's an easier word to say.
 
2014-08-01 10:52:47 AM  

FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?


they already have and it has already become the new reality

thank you the liberal media
 
2014-08-01 11:12:57 AM  
That's because FOX uses the word "lynching" so they can appeal to their audience.
 
2014-08-01 11:15:34 AM  

someonelse: Phinn: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 179x228]

That comparison does not work in the way you think it does. And that makes it hilarious.


warosu.org
 
2014-08-01 11:17:21 AM  
Huh. So the network controlling the derp squad doesn't want to say impeachment as much because it looks bad, but the other side wants to call them out on it.
 
2014-08-01 11:24:53 AM  

FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?


You've got to admit it has been an effective fund raiser.
 
2014-08-01 11:37:11 AM  
How many times did the liberal media replay Donald Sterling's rant?

They're the real racists.
 
2014-08-01 11:39:40 AM  

Triple Oak: Huh. So the network controlling the derp squad doesn't want to say impeachment as much because it looks bad, but the other side wants to call them out on it.


Both sides are bad, so vote... cable-cutting?

Actually, that might help.
 
2014-08-01 11:59:31 AM  

FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?


Yes.

Right up to the very moment the Republicans control the House and Senate. Then, this will be used as proof that the Democrats are as interested in impeachment as the Republicans (suddenly are).
 
2014-08-01 12:02:10 PM  

Destructor: FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?

Yes.

Right up to the very moment the Republicans control the House and Senate. Then, this will be used as proof that the Democrats are as interested in impeachment as the Republicans (suddenly are).


Because quoting Republicans who are in favor of impeachment really means Democrats were in favor of it?
 
2014-08-01 12:05:02 PM  

Fart_Machine: Because quoting Republicans who are in favor of impeachment really means Democrats were in favor of it?


Details... details... :-)
 
2014-08-01 12:32:40 PM  

clkeagle: Yep, totally coming from Obama and the left.

All credit to Nina_Hartleys_Ass for this list:

Rep. Steve Scalise "Refused to Rule Out a Drive to Impeach President Barack Obama." "The third ranking Republican official in the House refused to rule out a drive to impeach President Barack Obama during an interview with Fox News Sunday." [MSNBC, 7/27/14]

Rep. Jeff Denham: Would Not Discount Impeachment. In August 2013, Denham said: "If our Commander in Chief that was reelected in this country decides to break the Constitution it is a challenge to hold him accountable. And he's done it several times now." When asked if he would support impeachment, Denham said: "Impeachment is a, is a very serious issue. I think that you have to prove that the leader of the free world has done something that is so far against American beliefs that, and this trust that he's been sworn into that you remove him. You know I think that him trying to move beyond these phony scandals is something that opens the door for us to investigate further. IRS targeting people, targeting individuals, targeting political organizations is a huge issue that we're going to hold him account on. But the biggest issue for me thus far in this presidency has been Benghazi [...]So depending on how far these investigations go we could get into a scenario where the president has broken the law." [North Valley Tea Party Club, 8/14/13]

Rep. Kerry Bentivolio: It Would be "Dream Come True" to Impeach President Obama. "Rep. Kerry Bentivolio, R-Mich., Monday said it would be a 'dream come true' to write a bill to impeach President Obama after constituents asked what he is doing to stop the president from 'doing everything that he's doing against [the] Constitution.' 'If I could write that bill and submit it, it would be a dream come true,' Bentivolio said at the Birmingham Bloomfield Republican Club Meeting. 'I feel your pain. I stood twelve feet away from [the president] and listened to him. I couldn't stand being there ...


And there's this from Tuesday.
 
2014-08-01 01:39:04 PM  

keylock71: FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?

Of course they are... and it will work with the base.

The GOP is chocker-blocked with willfully ignorant, disingenuous ideologues.

 
2014-08-01 02:16:28 PM  
That's an oddly specific statistic, don't you think?
 
2014-08-01 05:16:17 PM  
There is going to be no impeachment.  Even Louis Gohmert of Texas admits it.  Personally, the President has at best extended his powers beyond the constitution.  At worst, he hasn't faithfully executed the laws of the land.  That, however, is subject to a great deal of interpretation.  Has he done some cherry picking?  Most likely.  However, name a President other than George Washington who hasn't done at least some cherry picking.  This president is simply more obvious about it.  Cherry picking to a lesser extent has been done for a long time.  Has he re-written laws?  I can see how you could say yes to that.  Is it ethical?  No.  Is it illegal?  Yes.  Has he actually re-written laws?  No.  He has used executive orders to alter how the law is executed due to on the spot needs.  We expect the President to do this if needed, as a short term fix, until Congress can address the problem.  The President does have a little wiggle room.  What the President is really guilty of is abusing this wiggle room.  If you have to go back and change implementation dates a number of times, then you probably need to go back to Congress and ask for help.  Which he hasn't done.  The question is just how much wiggle room does the President have?  According to the President, he could do more.  According to the House, none at all.  The constitution is ambiguous on how far a President can go with executive orders.  Who needs to settle this?  The courts.  They are the arbiter between the legislative and executive branches.  In my opinion, the lawsuit is actually a good idea because it will begin to spell out how far a President can go with adjusting implementation of a law.    One thing I am certain of is that he can't grant amnesty to illegal immigrants without the consent of Congress.  He does that, and the whole ball game changes and at that point I will support impeachment and campaign actively to bring him up for impeachment.
 
2014-08-01 06:04:29 PM  
souciant.com

I guess there are a lot more racist, redneck Democratic operatives than I realized.
 
2014-08-02 12:58:52 PM  

a particular individual: keylock71: FlashHarry: are republicans really going with the "it's the dems who are pushing impeachment" thing?

Of course they are... and it will work with the base.

The GOP is chocker-blocked with willfully ignorant, disingenuous ideologues.


The Democrats are the ones out there raising lots of money with it, you morans.
 
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