あの術最終形態 / Saishuu Keitai / Final Form
- Feb 3, 2006
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The thing is, context doesn't really matter when we're talking about whether someone violated the law or not. Though of course, impeachment isn't truly a question of law, but politics. I don't think Clinton's actions were on the same level as what Trump has been accused of, but it's still a pretty big stain on his reputation and the office. I'm not really someone who says he didn't deserve to be impeached for it, regardless of how the GOP handled the situation, and I'm a Democrat.If you wanted a textbook answer to Clinton's impeachment as far as the legal text goes, then yes, the Senate was correct in acquitting him. But that's only as far as anything outside Lewinsky/lying under oath goes. As for the lying under oath bit, I'm a bit on the fence about that, because it would really depend on the context. There's lying that you had an affair while in office, and there's lying about conspiring with a foreign (or worse, enemy) nation to take control of the presidency. Lying about your affair is a BIG CRINGE, at best. But lying about violating the constitution front and back is straight up indefensible, imo. So there you have it.
On a final note, Lewinsky didn't even want to be dragged into that mess, if I recall. But the GOP just went ahead and made her a political football.
This seems pretty damn hyperbolic to me. Of course many would view them as occupiers and not have positive opinions of them but acting like rape/murder is something most of them are going around doing without any sort of facts/statistics is a bit asinine.Yes. And the people living in Middle East are the basis for that, as many of them say or have shared how so many soldiers have killed and raped innocent people. They basically consider the troops terrorists, which makes sense. Even some vets have said they've done horrible things that they regret or witnessed horrible things.