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AlphDoti
#21 Posted : Friday, January 22, 2021 11:39:31 AM
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Joined: 6/20/2008
Posts: 6,259
Location: Kenya
sqft wrote:
Day 1 in office and he has started "exporting democracy".




I told you. International provocations resumes... where they left in 2016!
mkenyan
#22 Posted : Friday, January 22, 2021 9:22:19 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 4/1/2009
Posts: 1,861
aemathenge wrote:
masukuma wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
So that we are clear, Joe Biden did not win, Donald Trump lost.

The vote was against Trump, not for Biden.

To put this in context, Uthamakistan voted against Kimundu, not for Wanjohi Wa Mashati.

You all know how that has turned out for Uthamakistanis.

Oh yes... it was a referendum on Trump. I suspect that this will not be a very controversial thread.


It is not Joe Biden we should be worried about, it is his Vice President, Kamala Harris.

You might want to look up Dick Cheney as a point of reference.

Here is a guide: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Cheney

In summary, In June 2007, The Washington Post summarized Cheney's vice presidency in a Pulitzer Prize-winning four-part series, based in part on interviews with former administration officials.

The articles characterized Cheney not as a "shadow" president, but as someone who usually has the last words of counsel to the president on policies, which in many cases would reshape the powers of the presidency.

When former Vice President Dan Quayle suggested to Cheney that the (VP's) office was largely ceremonial, Cheney reportedly replied, "I have a different understanding with the president."

In other words, who's in charge? Biden or Harris?

Ponder that.

because it happened to bush ii so it shall happen with biden. what type of reach is this?
mkenyan
#23 Posted : Friday, January 22, 2021 9:24:30 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 4/1/2009
Posts: 1,861
AlphDoti wrote:
madollar wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
masukuma wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
So that we are clear, Joe Biden did not win, Donald Trump lost.

The vote was against Trump, not for Biden.

To put this in context, Uthamakistan voted against Kimundu, not for Wanjohi Wa Mashati.

You all know how that has turned out for Uthamakistanis.

Oh yes... it was a referendum on Trump. I suspect that this will not be a very controversial thread.


It is not Joe Biden we should be worried about, it is his Vice President, Kamala Harris.

You might want to look up Dick Cheney as a point of reference.

Here is a guide: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Cheney

In summary, In June 2007, The Washington Post summarized Cheney's vice presidency in a Pulitzer Prize-winning four-part series, based in part on interviews with former administration officials.

The articles characterized Cheney not as a "shadow" president, but as someone who usually has the last words of counsel to the president on policies, which in many cases would reshape the powers of the presidency.

When former Vice President Dan Quayle suggested to Cheney that the (VP's) office was largely ceremonial, Cheney reportedly replied, "I have a different understanding with the president."

In other words, who's in charge? Biden or Harris?

Ponder that.

Yap kamala harris is the one to watch given Biden age he may not seek reelection swali ni will she be the automatic presidential candidate for the democrats in 2024 with that in her mind she will try to be more assertive

I think Hillary is watching she is not done yet.

you may want to stick to kenya politics
aemathenge
#24 Posted : Friday, January 22, 2021 9:33:10 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 10/18/2008
Posts: 3,391
Location: Kerugoya
mkenyan wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
masukuma wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
So that we are clear, Joe Biden did not win, Donald Trump lost.

The vote was against Trump, not for Biden.

To put this in context, Uthamakistan voted against Kimundu, not for Wanjohi Wa Mashati.

You all know how that has turned out for Uthamakistanis.

Oh yes... it was a referendum on Trump. I suspect that this will not be a very controversial thread.


It is not Joe Biden we should be worried about, it is his Vice President, Kamala Harris.

You might want to look up Dick Cheney as a point of reference.

Here is a guide: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Cheney

In summary, In June 2007, The Washington Post summarized Cheney's vice presidency in a Pulitzer Prize-winning four-part series, based in part on interviews with former administration officials.

The articles characterized Cheney not as a "shadow" president, but as someone who usually has the last words of counsel to the president on policies, which in many cases would reshape the powers of the presidency.

When former Vice President Dan Quayle suggested to Cheney that the (VP's) office was largely ceremonial, Cheney reportedly replied, "I have a different understanding with the president."

In other words, who's in charge? Biden or Harris?

Ponder that.

because it happened to bush ii so it shall happen with biden. what type of reach is this?


It has already started.

There is a hang/hung 50/50 "Parliament".

In the event of a tie, Ms. Kamalis has the deciding vote.
mkenyan
#25 Posted : Sunday, January 24, 2021 5:48:33 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 4/1/2009
Posts: 1,861
aemathenge wrote:
mkenyan wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
masukuma wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
So that we are clear, Joe Biden did not win, Donald Trump lost.

The vote was against Trump, not for Biden.

To put this in context, Uthamakistan voted against Kimundu, not for Wanjohi Wa Mashati.

You all know how that has turned out for Uthamakistanis.

Oh yes... it was a referendum on Trump. I suspect that this will not be a very controversial thread.


It is not Joe Biden we should be worried about, it is his Vice President, Kamala Harris.

You might want to look up Dick Cheney as a point of reference.

Here is a guide: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Cheney

In summary, In June 2007, The Washington Post summarized Cheney's vice presidency in a Pulitzer Prize-winning four-part series, based in part on interviews with former administration officials.

The articles characterized Cheney not as a "shadow" president, but as someone who usually has the last words of counsel to the president on policies, which in many cases would reshape the powers of the presidency.

When former Vice President Dan Quayle suggested to Cheney that the (VP's) office was largely ceremonial, Cheney reportedly replied, "I have a different understanding with the president."

In other words, who's in charge? Biden or Harris?

Ponder that.

because it happened to bush ii so it shall happen with biden. what type of reach is this?


It has already started.

There is a hang/hung 50/50 "Parliament".

In the event of a tie, Ms. Kamalis has the deciding vote.

in which she would have to vote the democratic party way. and how does her being a tie-breaker in the senate give her power over the president in the executive?
madollar
#26 Posted : Sunday, January 24, 2021 8:13:48 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 11/17/2009
Posts: 2,009
Location: GA
For both Dems and republican politicians its a ping pong game meant to appease their bases with nothing coming out of it

masukuma
#27 Posted : Monday, January 25, 2021 2:38:02 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 10/4/2006
Posts: 13,756
Location: Nairobi
mkenyan wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
mkenyan wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
masukuma wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
So that we are clear, Joe Biden did not win, Donald Trump lost.

The vote was against Trump, not for Biden.

To put this in context, Uthamakistan voted against Kimundu, not for Wanjohi Wa Mashati.

You all know how that has turned out for Uthamakistanis.

Oh yes... it was a referendum on Trump. I suspect that this will not be a very controversial thread.


It is not Joe Biden we should be worried about, it is his Vice President, Kamala Harris.

You might want to look up Dick Cheney as a point of reference.

Here is a guide: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Cheney

In summary, In June 2007, The Washington Post summarized Cheney's vice presidency in a Pulitzer Prize-winning four-part series, based in part on interviews with former administration officials.

The articles characterized Cheney not as a "shadow" president, but as someone who usually has the last words of counsel to the president on policies, which in many cases would reshape the powers of the presidency.

When former Vice President Dan Quayle suggested to Cheney that the (VP's) office was largely ceremonial, Cheney reportedly replied, "I have a different understanding with the president."

In other words, who's in charge? Biden or Harris?

Ponder that.

because it happened to bush ii so it shall happen with biden. what type of reach is this?


It has already started.

There is a hang/hung 50/50 "Parliament".

In the event of a tie, Ms. Kamalis has the deciding vote.

in which she would have to vote the democratic party way. and how does her being a tie-breaker in the senate give her power over the president in the executive?


The vice president is an officer in the legislative branch, as the president of the Senate. That’s nothing new. She will preside over the next count of electoral college votes.
All Mushrooms are edible! Some Mushroom are only edible ONCE!
murchr
#28 Posted : Monday, January 25, 2021 5:07:08 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 2/26/2012
Posts: 15,954
aemathenge wrote:
mkenyan wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
masukuma wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
So that we are clear, Joe Biden did not win, Donald Trump lost.

The vote was against Trump, not for Biden.

To put this in context, Uthamakistan voted against Kimundu, not for Wanjohi Wa Mashati.

You all know how that has turned out for Uthamakistanis.

Oh yes... it was a referendum on Trump. I suspect that this will not be a very controversial thread.


It is not Joe Biden we should be worried about, it is his Vice President, Kamala Harris.

You might want to look up Dick Cheney as a point of reference.

Here is a guide: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Cheney

In summary, In June 2007, The Washington Post summarized Cheney's vice presidency in a Pulitzer Prize-winning four-part series, based in part on interviews with former administration officials.

The articles characterized Cheney not as a "shadow" president, but as someone who usually has the last words of counsel to the president on policies, which in many cases would reshape the powers of the presidency.

When former Vice President Dan Quayle suggested to Cheney that the (VP's) office was largely ceremonial, Cheney reportedly replied, "I have a different understanding with the president."

In other words, who's in charge? Biden or Harris?

Ponder that.

because it happened to bush ii so it shall happen with biden. what type of reach is this?


It has already started.

There is a hang/hung 50/50 "Parliament".

In the event of a tie, Ms. Kamalis has the deciding vote.



Wacha ku tetemesha matumbo, Pence was doing the same thing

"The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided" (U.S. Constitution, Article I, section 3). Since 1789, 268 tie-breaking votes have been cast.

Right now the Senate is split 50/50 but dems will control the senate at this time because the VP is president at the senate. She can only vote when there's a tie but if several senators cross the floor then her vote doesn't matter
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radiomast
#29 Posted : Tuesday, January 26, 2021 12:07:03 AM
Rank: Member


Joined: 2/15/2018
Posts: 427
AlphDoti wrote:


I think Hillary is watching she is not done yet.


She's completely finished. Nobody wants anything to do with Hillary.
aemathenge
#30 Posted : Tuesday, January 26, 2021 8:33:21 AM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 10/18/2008
Posts: 3,391
Location: Kerugoya
Copy and Paste Extract

Quote:
When Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are sworn in as senators from Georgia on Wednesday, they won't just put Democrats in control of the chamber.

They'll also make Kamala Harris the most powerful vice president in years — and the most powerful Black or Asian woman in American history.

And that power was granted to her by the hard work of Black women in Georgia.

For many years, the prevailing wisdom has been the office of the vice president is incidental to real power in Washington.

Because vice presidents do not have executive authority and cannot "legislate" from the bully pulpit the same way presidents can, each administration gets to decide how much, or how little, the vice president is involved in decision-making.

Vice President Dick Cheney was the recent exception to the usual rule:

He not only served as President George W. Bush's chief adviser but was unapologetic in his advocacy of violence against America's enemies and unafraid of using torture techniques to secure domestic safety.

The security apparatus he built remains.

His "quiet power" was enabled, in part, because he had a willing co-conspirator in Bush — but also because there was nothing unusual about a White man with a lot of power.

For Harris, though, an enormous amount of scrutiny will be coming soon.

Because Harris is the first Black, South Asian, graduate of a historically Black university, member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and woman to hold the office, there is a lot of attention on her and the type of executive partner she will be for Joe Biden.

The American people have already gotten a glimpse of her in action in Senate hearings and on the campaign trail where her performances were instantly meme-able.

She became a sensation, and if her past performance is any indication, she will not be content to simply be the president's cheerleader.

It is expected that Harris will be Biden's partner in all things.


Source Link: Kamala Harris isn't just a first. She'll be one of the most powerful VPs ever.
masukuma
#31 Posted : Wednesday, January 27, 2021 7:56:07 AM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 10/4/2006
Posts: 13,756
Location: Nairobi
murchr wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
mkenyan wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
masukuma wrote:
aemathenge wrote:
So that we are clear, Joe Biden did not win, Donald Trump lost.

The vote was against Trump, not for Biden.

To put this in context, Uthamakistan voted against Kimundu, not for Wanjohi Wa Mashati.

You all know how that has turned out for Uthamakistanis.

Oh yes... it was a referendum on Trump. I suspect that this will not be a very controversial thread.


It is not Joe Biden we should be worried about, it is his Vice President, Kamala Harris.

You might want to look up Dick Cheney as a point of reference.

Here is a guide: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Cheney

In summary, In June 2007, The Washington Post summarized Cheney's vice presidency in a Pulitzer Prize-winning four-part series, based in part on interviews with former administration officials.

The articles characterized Cheney not as a "shadow" president, but as someone who usually has the last words of counsel to the president on policies, which in many cases would reshape the powers of the presidency.

When former Vice President Dan Quayle suggested to Cheney that the (VP's) office was largely ceremonial, Cheney reportedly replied, "I have a different understanding with the president."

In other words, who's in charge? Biden or Harris?

Ponder that.

because it happened to bush ii so it shall happen with biden. what type of reach is this?


It has already started.

There is a hang/hung 50/50 "Parliament".

In the event of a tie, Ms. Kamalis has the deciding vote.



Wacha ku tetemesha matumbo, Pence was doing the same thing

"The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided" (U.S. Constitution, Article I, section 3). Since 1789, 268 tie-breaking votes have been cast.

Right now the Senate is split 50/50 but dems will control the senate at this time because the VP is president at the senate. She can only vote when there's a tie but if several senators cross the floor then her vote doesn't matter

You can expect Romney to cross the floor when the proposal is sensible.
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