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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    y'all do know if wolf is impeached, that idiot of Lt governor will take his place

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    Quote Originally Posted by schmol View Post
    y'all do know if wolf is impeached, that idiot of Lt governor will take his place
    would you rather stick with wolf?

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    Quote Originally Posted by schmol View Post
    y'all do know if wolf is impeached, that idiot of Lt governor will take his place
    Quote Originally Posted by pens87pgh View Post
    would you rather stick with wolf?
    At this point in time Lurch might be a surprise improvement.
    Illegitimus non carborundum est

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    Quote Originally Posted by gghbi View Post
    At this point in time Lurch might be a surprise improvement.
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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    The problem with this one is the arguments of an unconstitutional taking, etc., were the exact arguments that they took to the PA Supreme Court and got shot down, and then took to the US Supreme Court and got shot down. As was mentioned, there’s no way in hell they’re going to get 2/3 in the senate to remove. It doesn’t mean it’s not worth doing just to make a statement, but unfortunately it’s going to go nowhere meaningful. The only thing I think they could do would be to pass a resolution ending his state of emergency, which is the authority under which he’s pulling all of his crap. I don’t believe that requires a veto proof majority to accomplish, just a simple majority. The problem there is there would be nothing to stop him from immediately issuing another one, and then you get a circle jerk going around and around.
    “A Republic, if you can keep it.” - Benjamin Franklin

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    Just as long as nobody physically touches Metcalfe. What a fucking embarrassment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXgZTGyeRBk

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    Still important to make the stand.
    I totally agree.

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachyment started by Red Metcalfe

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    We can email him and tell him we are with him 100%.
    http://www.repmetcalfe.com/

    Can also email our Reps and tell them to stand with Metcalfe on this.

    my email to him
    Mr. Metcalfe;

    By the address, You already know I am not one of Your district constituents. However, You really rock for trying to get the Emperor wolfman Hack impeached for violating the constitution. I have felt that Our founding document had been forgotten.

    Can You kindly forward this to my reps, along with a solid backhand, and, ask them to wake the hell up, if they would like to keep their jobs?

    Thanks!, and, keep fighting!

    Harry
    There is no greater sorrow than to recall in misery the time when we were happy - Dante.

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    Quote Originally Posted by nijwnfi View Post
    Just as long as nobody physically touches Metcalfe. What a fucking embarrassment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXgZTGyeRBk
    There was some context there beyond what the "news" was playing it up to be.
    Metcalfe is our friend and a strong ally, please don't jump on a pro 2A Rep without knowing all the facts.
    How can you have any cookies if you don't drink your milk?

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    Default Re: Wolf impeachment started by Rep Metcalfe

    Quote Originally Posted by gghbi View Post
    At this point in time Lurch might be a surprise improvement.
    According to this article, when it comes to gun rights Fetterman is definitely not the better man.

    PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- It's an odd couple pairing on the Democratic side in the races for governor and lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania.
    Standing at 6-foot 8 inches tall, 300 plus pounds, with a shaved head, a beard, and tattoos, Democratic Lt. Governor candidate John Fetterman does not look like your average politician, let alone one who would pair up with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, who has a much more toned down look.
    "We have different styles," Fetterman said, "but I think at the end of the day, we compliment each other well."
    Fetterman says looks aside, the two have a lot in common, especially when it comes to issues Pennsylvanians care about, like fracking, gun control laws, and improving the state's failing infrastructure.

    "I don't know too many areas that we differ on that are meaningful to highlight," he said. "I think what we differ on is minor."
    And although Fetterman's presence makes it easy for him to garner the spotlight, he says that's not what this race is about.
    "My primary roll in this election is to do whatever I can to make sure Governor Wolf gets reelected.
    Meantime, Fetterman is not shy about his stance on gun control.
    "We need to ban those sales of assault rifles to people," Fetterman said.
    Fetterman the mayor of a small western Pennsylvania town, who carries, is no stranger to close encounters with assault rifles. He had one back in 2013 with a jogger, shortly after the Sandy Hook shooting.

    "I heard a series of assault rifle rounds going off, like a loud booming sound," Fetterman explained. "I had to make three split second decisions. I got my son inside, I called 911."

    Fetterman says the third thing he did was grab his shotgun and go after the person he thought was responsible.
    "I made that split second decision to confront that individual," he said, "as Braddock's chief law enforcement officer."
    No gun was ever found, and the jogger was allowed to go free.

    "I don't think there is anything I would have changed," Fetterman said. "I made the decision."
    Fetterman says if anything, that experience solidified his stance on assault rifles.

    "I don't think framers of the Second Amendment ever envisioned a weapon as firesome as an assault riffle," he said, "and the fact that a private citizen would need or be able to purchase a dozen or more of them."
    https://kywnewsradio.radio.com/artic...lf-gun-control

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