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Old 11-07-2019, 03:17 PM
Max S. is offline
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Originally Posted by JohnT View Post
If my vote for impeachment costs me my job, then I will vote against.

If my vote against impeachment costs me my job, then I will vote for.

That's how it works. The rest is merely speculation and the topic is a better fit for IMHO.
That's one way to look at it. What if your vote won't sway your re-election either way?

What if you aren't up for re-election for another four years, and you think it will blow over by then?

ETA: What if you, private citizen JohnT, had the honor of writing (and guarantee of it being adopted) a Senate rule that will decide the standard of proof to be used for the foreseeable future? Your job isn't even on the line in that situation.

~Max

Last edited by Max S.; 11-07-2019 at 03:20 PM.