By John Roberts, Sedona Resident
(December 6, 2019)
No matter who recites them – democrat or republican – the arguments and support for them are persuasive and well founded. Those offering them believe most fully in what they say. Pick your side but recognize that neither side thinks it’s in the minority. This is their absolute conviction. Compromising is way out in left field.
This in itself demands that the process should continue to the finish line. In all likelihood there will be no or almost no crossover from one political party to the other. Exhaustion appears to be what we find at that finish line.
That leaves us with the sequel of the impeachment action in the House to be enacted afterwards in the Senate and maybe even in the Supreme Court..
At these levels the only bet for an outcome is so obvious that there can be only one result to the impeachment efforts. Unhappy democrats all gnashing their teeth.
So that then leaves the final settlement to the November 6, 2020 vote count. Just cool off or fume if you want during the next 11 months.