8 Responses to “RBOC”

  1. Michael N Nitabach Says:

    This post seemz more like RBOY than RBOC! (Random Bullets Of Yay)

  2. Leigh Says:

    Eeek those property taxes! I’m not looking forward to our bill for next year now that we’ve moved as I’m expecting it to be five figures…

  3. nicoleandmaggie Says:

    Indivsible emailed:
    Here’s what you can do right now:

    Call and tell your House Representative you’re paying attention! Demand they uphold their oath and vote yes on today’s resolution to ensure the next phase of the impeachment inquiry is transparent to the public. Dial 701-484-0521 to be connected to their office.

    This vote will be the next turning point in holding Trump and members of his administration accountable for their unrelenting abuses of power. Let’s make sure that our calls for impeachment are echoing through the halls of Congress as a signal to every representative that no one is above the law.

    In solidarity,
    Indivisible Team


    Did you suddenly get inundated on Monday with tweets, phone alerts, and CNN coverage about an upcoming House vote concerning the impeachment inquiry?

    At first glance, it mayyy have looked as if the House was deciding to vote to “officially start” an impeachment inquiry. That is not what is happening. Here’s what is happening: Today, the House will vote on the rules and procedures for the next phase of the impeachment inquiry (the public phase!).

    This inquiry is already underway and has already collected extensive evidence and testimony from eyewitnesses of Trump’s corruption. Today’s vote simply establishes the rules of the road as we drive down the path toward impeachment. The rules will establish how congressional committees will hold public hearings, how the articles of impeachment themselves will actually be drafted and voted on, and more. This vote will also draw a clear line in the sand between those who know that no one is above the law and those who are too concerned with self-interest and power to do anything to stop Trump.

    This is our chance to get every single representative on the record and on the right side of this fight. No one is allowed to stay on the fence.

    This week alone, we learned:

    White House official Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman became the 5th person to publicly confirm the illegal quid pro quo scheme that Trump proposed to Ukraine;
    the White House attempted a cover-up of that scheme by doctoring the transcript of the call between Trump and Ukraine;
    That Republicans, who cannot reasonably defend Trump’s behavior on the merits, will instead create conspiracy theories out of thin air.

    This vote is about the public phase of this impeachment investigation, and will allow the American people to see the full array of evidence into Trump’s corruption. There is no reason to oppose this resolution.

  4. Revanche @ A Gai Shan Life Says:

    We just paid the first half of our property taxes! Bye bye money …..

    The absence of an annoyance is well worth stopping to note! Yay for less annoyances. And Yay for DC1 getting into regional orchestra!

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