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Showing content with the highest reputation on 05/21/2020 in all areas

  1. 2 points
    Diogenes' Middle Finger Wednesday, May 20, 2020 Excerpt: At first I wanted to give everyone involved in the insanity of the left regarding the Wuhan virus the benefit of the doubt, we didn’t know what this was, and we were trying to take precautions to prevent the spread of a virus we knew little about. With the new data coming out, and the revelations of the WHO being an arm of the Chinese government, and the fact that none of the numbers can be trusted from government organizations I have thrown my hands over the reaction to this pandemic. I swear it’s like there is a contest among the elite to see what stupid things they can get their citizens to do using scare tactics and a complicit unquestioning media. Whether it’s wearing hats with pool noodles attached to keep “social distance” or it’s walking in the equivalent of a baby stroller to go to a bar in Maryland, this is asinine and almost reads like a psychological operation to see just how much you can demean American citizens before they finally snap. We know that the Democrat’s prospects in November are grim, which is evidenced by Joe Biden being kept in his basement unless he is appearing for a scripted, kabuki theater prop, but I never thought they would take advantage of a contagious virus and brazenly try to destroy the economy just to get "Their Guy" elected. Americans are trying to understand the absolute illogical implementation of these “lock-downs” that governors are imposing on their citizens. Whether it’s that they had to close down their small business, yet hundreds of people can pile into your local Wal-mart every hour, or that you are told that you’re not an essential worker, but somehow the guy who sells weed at a dispensary is. Americans have been remarkably patient with the government in trying to help their fellow citizens, but the mask has come off and everyone can now see that the majority of panic porn coming from the mainstream media, and the continued extensions from liberal governors is obviously more a mea culpa over them telling everyone they will LITERALLY DIE if they go outside. The reporting coming out today about Donald Trump taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventative is proof positive that the liberal media will destroy any prospect of this ending unless it’s on their terms. Not only have they found a vector to funnel billions of dollars into their liberal pet projects, the “pandemic” is now an excuse to leverage big government against Americans for things like climate change and universal healthcare. Military personal are given malaria drugs every time they deployed as an anti-viral, and as far as I know there's no media reports of deaths, or of hundreds of thousands of contractors who received the exact same medication for the exact same purpose, so the media can stop lying to the American people with what seems to be the intent of exacerbating the pandemic as much as possible. *snip* Link
  2. 2 points
    Well not surprising. I"m not sure why this drug out for so long. It's pretty hard to argue that they didn't know at some point that what they were doing was wrong. What's even more strange is that this was all to get their kids into USC. I mean no offense to USC, but it's a state college, it's not like they were trying to bribe their way into Yale or Harvard. Anyway if this means it's the last we hear of this, so much the better.
  3. 2 points
    I've always thought that punishment for violent crime against the most vulnerable should carry the most extreme and disproportionate penalties. Rape/kill a child? Death penalty. Slowly. Horribly. Rape/kill a senior citizen? Death penalty. Almost as slowly and horribly as the above. Send a clear message: do this and you WILL regret the day you were born.
  4. 2 points
    The race hustlers in this country need to take a long walk off a very short pier. They're nothing but poison in the blood of the country - they make me sick.
  5. 2 points
    Bingo and busted. Michigan bought the mailings with federal not state dollars.
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    Then I guess the Judge must be racist to as this is keeping a Caucasian woman as well as employees out of work.
  8. 1 point
    Seems like a real politically motivated stretch to charge a guy sitting in his car far back from the action with murder. I think they are being pressured into bringing max charges against everybody and it will result in acquittal due to overcharging/inability to prove the charges and then all hell will break loose, riots, protests, etc.
  9. 1 point
    The man who filmed this has now been charged with murder. https://www.firstcoastnews.com/article/news/crime/man-who-reportedly-filmed-ahmaud-arberys-killing-charged-with-murder/77-9f3dc03f-e724-4faa-812c-bed8aac746be I've read statements that this chase actually went on for 4 minutes, but the video only shows 30 seconds of it.
  10. 1 point
    That it is, and I tried to point that out to someone else on why what the secretary of state of doing was illegal per the law.
  11. 1 point
    Well Lisa, I for one wanna thank you for the arcade work you've been doing. Taking requests, even! And I'm certain I'm not alone.
  12. 1 point
    And tuition there ain't cheap. My late uncle was an alum of USC and my grandparents paid for his full ride out of their own very light pockets and went without a lot to see that all he had to do was study. It might not be Harvard or Yale, but on the Left Coast, it's still considered prestigious to go to USC among those who live for the status symbols
  13. 1 point
    Details rarely make impact in Obtunisia… It's like it's protected with a dome of willful ignorance or something.
  14. 1 point
    As I said in another thread, I was forced to request an absentee ballot for the first time since I voted at 18 and I wound up getting 2 official absentee ballots and a lot of lobbying to request my absentee ballot after receiving them. The Dims are gearing up to steal this election and trying to lay their own sins at the feet of the GOP to act as cover. They try to pull it off, they are going to find out what 'biting off more than you can chew' truly means.
  15. 1 point
    Well, that’s exactly the issue. Absentee/mailed-in ballots are legal and totally okay when the individual requests one. The ABSOLUTE KEY point being “requested by the individual”. Getting a ballot must work in one direction only, person —> district. Democrats are saying “mail-in ballots already exist, this is nothing new, republicans are racist/blahblah-ist in trying to block entirely legal voting methods”. BUT THEY AREN’T LEGAL the way democrats want to run it. They want to have the voting ballot be sent district —> individuals, and get someone to collect the ballots. Total scam. Total making up ballots and voters and how they vote. Illegal.
  16. 1 point
    If you think I'm "nice" now, LOL, you should've been here 17+ years ago when I first signed up. Back then I was brand-spankin'-new to computers and therefore truly naïve about online debate. Over the previous years during in-person debate I'd always found people could be persuaded by logical, factual debate, so I ignorantly presumed the same would apply online. LOL. Silly me. I've learned during the intervening years that it just ain't always so. It's true that some people can debate honestly and objectively online: Classic liberals, political independents, libertarians, some conservatives (but not all), etc. The almost invariable exception is leftists/socialists/democrats ("LSD", get it?) They simply aren't honest or mature or objective or intelligent. But that makes perfect sense; If they were honest/mature/objective/intelligent, they wouldn't be LSD's in the first place. So anyhow, I've learned that it's the LSD's who simply don't care about facts, evidence, proof, truth, etc. They just wanna "win the argument", facts be damned.
  17. 1 point
    I agree about Pence. He's likeable enough, in the sense that there's nothing to dislike about him. But he's no Trump; he just doesn't fill a room (OR a stadium) with his "presence" the way Trump can. Not that there's anything wrong with that - I happen to like technocrats and 'Policy Wonks'. But that's not what sells in today's political climate.
  18. 1 point
    USC is private, and a very selective school. Frankly based upon what I have read, I think this was a beatable case, but based upon the charges taking a plea deal to serve a month or two instead of the 40 years to which all the charges added up (especially when the judge did not toss the charges for prosecutorial misconduct which he maybe should have done) makes sense. The evidence seems to show they thought they were making donations to the University, not bribes to individuals, to get the kids in, and donations for admissions preference is not at all unheard of.
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    Ya'll are making rational arguments which is good and makes sense. However we not dealing with rational people. The fact that they are left wing 19th century Marxists is proof of my argument. The bottom line is that so long as we KNOW what the rules are we will win. That's because we are smarter, more ambitious , more productive and more creative. The ballot harvesting blow out by Garcia in California last week is proof. It's just a matter of motivation and so long as Donald Trump can draw a breath we will remain motivated. Biden is a non factor though his mental condition is proof that democrat/socialists belong in old Bedlam.
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    I swear.....I just went outside and three pigs flew by my house headed for Virginia.....Damn.....November can’t get here soon enough......
  24. 1 point
    And if the elections in November are honest (NOT something I'm taking for granted) the same thing should happen nationwide.
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    Hi Don it's good to see you. I hope you and your family are doing well. Lisa had to upgrade the board software because it was quite old and out of date. Things weren't working well and in some cases, weren't working at all. The new board might take a little getting used to but after you've spent some time looking into it, we hope you'll find it easy to navigate. If you have any questions, just ask and someone will help you.
  27. 1 point
    Are there any GOP States which have or have promised to use Federal Funding to send out Absentee Ballot applications? Imagine for a moment if Trump had his people send out Federal Applications for something that people never requested in the first place. Should people be angered, upset, waste of resources etc? Better yet, how about if every household received a ATF Form 4473? That's the form you must fill out to purchase a firearm. Would you be okay with that? What's the difference? Both are rights, both are essentially applications to exercise a right. If one right should not require direct supervision to exercise why should the other? I am not completely against Absentee voting. BUT, there has to be safeguards in place. And yes, it is one of the most common forms of voting fraud there is. ESPECIALLY IN PLACES WHERE PHOTO ID IS NOT REQUIRED.
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    And yet some 50% of the people voting will vote for him. Notice I did NOT say U. S. Citizens voting.
  30. 1 point
    they don't call them Champagne Socialists in the UK for nuthin; I guess they figure they will all be Chairpersons of the local Soviet, and thus entitled to the extra goodies that the gaggle won't
  31. 1 point
    Blocking information that pertains to a criminal act perpetrated against the American people is, in itself, a criminal act, imho.
  32. 1 point
    Thanks. Any sparkly distraction is appreciated!
  33. 1 point
    Vermont politicians that support this lunacy are cretins. "Flattening the curve"? More like their brains have been flattened...
  34. 1 point
    If they broke the law, they should be held accountable. Another conservative value.
  35. 1 point
    Maybe they could borrow the "Empty Chair" from Eastwoods' 2012 RNC speech for the official portrait?
  36. 1 point
    Until we can come up with a method of measurement to accurately pinpoint that answer, I'm not sure we can actually get an answer to that question.
  37. 1 point
    Politicians are cowards and Obama probably has dirt on all of them - so this really comes as no surprise whatsoever.
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    I agree. It's really frustrating, disheartening, infuriating that when stories like this come out the author/journalist's primary point always seems to be "how do I sensationalize this to the max so that I make it worth the most money to advertisers?" Here's where my understanding is at this point. I'll try not to add my own bias. Each numbered statement (1.-3.) is a summary of what we seem to know that happened. Each item below the numbered statement expresses what I don't know. Black dude is in a (white) neighborhood Not sure if jogging or running fast to get away from something Not sure if a regular jogging route or an exception If it was an an exception, not sure if there for a nefarious reason or out of interest White guys' friend spots black dude and tells them about him. One of the white guys sees him and thinks he recognizes him. He gets his son, each gets a gun, and they pursue black dude in their pickup truck Not sure exactly why the white guy thinks he recognizes the black dude Not sure if he is almost certain this black dude is the one who's been making burglary attempts in the area Not sure if burglaries have happened in the area Not sure if they pursue this particular black dude because he's a prime suspect of something in their minds, or because he's black White guys catch up with black dude and block his running/jogging path. White guys try to make black dude stop. Seems they want to talk to him. Black dude makes an evasive maneuver. One of the white guys anticipates and ends up in front of him. Some kind of a fight ensues. 3 shots are fired, one first, then two a little later. Black dude dies. Not sure if the black dude was willing to talk Not sure if the white guys were willing to just talk Not sure if black dude was worried about being arrested Not sure if black dude was worried about being beaten or killed if he stopped to talk Not sure, once the white guy and the black dude were in close proximity face to face, who made the first move to attack the other person Not sure who was more the aggressor at that instant (only that instant) Not sure if the white guy shot the black dude at the first opportunity, or if the black dude went for the gun Not sure if the two white guys told their friend to video it Not sure why the video was taken - for proof about legality, or for sick proof about tough they are I know what it looks like right now, like you said MR, over-zealous white guys causing the situation to get really bad too fast, and perhaps guilty of manslaughter (but not murder). But I really can't claim to be able to judge this case based on what we do know for sure. (Aside: really stupid, from a legal viewpoint, of the white guys to show the video to the lawyer. Without it, there's no outrage and no case.)
  40. 1 point
    The Deep State, always protecting their own.
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    Because of the COVID crap I had to sign up for absentee ballot voting this year. First time since I cast my first vote at the age of 18. I went on line and requested the absentee ballot. I received one. Then I received a second absentee ballot. Then I received a notice that I needed to request an absentee ballot. That's one hell of a lot of ballots and lobbying going on, and an opportunity for fraud imho, but then again, who the eff am I?
  43. 1 point
    Lol, always with the race card when people are called out for doing something wrong or someone disagrees with them. Hey idiot judge, take the race filters off your eyes and realize how stupid it is to jail someone trying to survive this (bs, media, Democrat driven) “crisis”, while hardened criminals are being let out of jail to keep them safe from the virus. You make me ashamed of whatever in Texas put your dumb arse in office.
  44. 1 point
    You did not read the law did you? That is if the voter requests the application. That is not the same thing as to what the state is doing in this instance. They are sending it regardless if someone requests it. That is against the law as the President stated Of course, if you were not a primitive democRAT supporter you would have known that and understood what the law said.
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  47. 1 point
    Weird. I have always heard that criminals like to return to the scene of their crimes...
  48. 1 point
    If it's irrefutable, then this administration should be able to prove it. Trump blowing noise to his fans and tweeting in ALL CAPS does not make it true.
  49. -1 points
    More billowing bluster from TOTUS. The Secretary of State responded to him, though it looks like Trump deleted his threat.
  50. -1 points
    Why, if it's illegal, is Trump only threatening Democratic controlled states?
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