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    Today, 07:05 AM
    Been on that bandwagon. It's like a NASCAR stocker. It keeps turning left. It's not going roughly our direction. It's going roughly their direction. And you've admitted that, and said the reason you're constantly trying to shove everyone on that bandwagon like a Tokyo subway people packer is because it's only roughly going their direction. You had better save that grease for your own goalposts.
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    Today, 06:20 AM
    Well, I think that's part of it. But they could reframe that issue if they wanted to. A majority of people think those decisions should not be made at the federal level and that different states should be allowed to set their own limitations based on local preferences. So, even on that issue, the question is why do we not see a reframing of issues?? Why are we ignoring the lockdown massacres?? The Covid regime??! The social issues where the D's are out of step with the majority of the population?? I think the reason is party control. Like always. We saw it after the "Contract with America". After the "Tea Party". After the Ron Paul movement. The RNC is happy to use that fervor for leverage, but it doesn't want those people to threaten their control. They would like nothing more than to watch these Trump-endorsed candidates fall on their faces. "see what happens when you primary us, folks?!! You NEED us!!" And if the Dem candidates win, no biggie. Their policies will drive future fundraising. I think Tucker is close to putting his finger on it. But he'll go the way of Glenn Beck - either after this election cycle or the next.
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    Today, 05:49 AM
    And when someone does, you turn into Helen Keller.
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    Today, 03:24 AM
    If it's your choice, then sure. It'd be interesting to see how many people would pay the premium to actually "own" their means of transportation. What I suspect is that they'll make it more and more difficult and cost-prohibitive for anyone but the wealthy to have that level of freedom.
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    Today, 02:56 AM
    Wow. You know who else “got more votes than Ron ever did” and thus, presumably “connected with people better than Ron”? Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, both Bushes and Joe Freakin’ Biden. All of which proves precisely jack shit. Trump is a huckster committed only to his own self-aggrandizement and profit. Ron is a statesman committed to slashing government down to a size barely above non-existence. Trump isn’t fit to polish Ron’s shoes, let alone lead us to anything resembling liberty and I, for one, am sick and tired of hearing people who should know better claiming otherwise. But then this is how politics always winds up. Which is one of the many reasons why it will never result in any substantive, lasting progress toward true liberty.
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    Yesterday, 10:18 PM
    ‘ured the apathy”? Seems like I’ve heard that said before, much more truthfully, about some other guy. Ron something? Give me a minute. It’ll come to me. Ron on steroids? The transmogrification of Trump into some kind of “New and Improved” Ron Paul continues. Talk about making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. SMGDH
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    Yesterday, 07:15 PM
    https://www.pugetsoundradio.com/2022/08/17/is-there-a-connection-between-the-death-of-anne-heche-and-the-deaths-of-congresswoman-jackie-walorski-staff/ https://apnews.com/article/indiana-congress-jackie-walorski-government-and-politics-561b83df42938f7a06853d031b3dcaa3
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    Yesterday, 06:05 PM
    Suing the CIA. Here's one to watch.
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    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
    I dare you to come up with a single quote from this thread that could make that charge stick, that could breathe life into that strawman. There is a process, and it's necessary. You and certain others want everyone to believe Trump can change engine oil without taking out the drain plug, can make an omelet without bothering to break an egg. I hope you'll pardon me for being dubious that the right to cook an omelet means one can wave their hands over three eggs, and get one without so much as touching a whisk. Why? What kept him? I still say the gaping hole in this theory is, there's no possible reason why not one single page came out, not one hint was given that they might come out, except that the person holding all this lovely stuff was, like a blackmailer, still taking bids for his silence.
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    Yesterday, 05:41 PM
    It is the one seemingly unshakable rule of American politics that the party that flushes the economy down the toilet pays for it in the next election. Of course, that was back when they were so sure neither party would nominate an honest candidate that they felt no need to blatantly monkey with the vote. Now they're playing such psyops that the swinging of the two party pendulum is part of the manipulation.
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    Yesterday, 05:29 PM
    That would certainly play well in Peoria. One wonders why Chessmaster Trump didn't come right out and say it, if it were true. One would also wonder why we haven't seen one page of it in nineteen months. If you're going to do something like that, procrastination just gives your enemies time to do what was allegedly done--devise a strategy to stop you, and carry it out. I can't imagine a reason to delay, unless one were less interested in turning up the heat and boiling off the swamp, and more interested in convincing someone to pay you not to do it.
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    Yesterday, 05:24 PM
    Not sure who he based that character on in 1935. He might have been envisioning a young Coolidge. But in our time, that sounds awfully familiar--at least to someone who survived 2008 and 2012.
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    Yesterday, 04:34 PM
    Has anyone read this Sinclair Lewis classic? I highly recommend it. Everyone talks about how 1984 is the instruction manual. But politically, this book is all that and more. Look at the part I bolded. How to destroy a republic? Give publicity to the communists all out of proportion to their numbers, then sell fascism as the only thing ruthless enough to stop it. You have to give up your freedom to save it. It's the stupidest sentence ever formulated in the English language. And here we all are, watching the idiots all swallowing it hook, line and sinker.
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    Yesterday, 03:17 PM
    I'm sure it works a damned sight better than any new four-wheeler electric sold in the U.S. because legally, it's a motorcycle. Therefore, no air bags, no monster bumpers that absorb jogging-speed impacts, no side door guard beams, no... Well, the list is very long. But those three items have already saved somewhere between 500 and 1000 pounds.
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    Yesterday, 03:10 PM
    Yeah, good luck. Ever see Inherit the Wind?
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    Yesterday, 01:13 PM
    Yep- just more Kabuki Theatre to keep your eye off what's really going on.
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    Yesterday, 01:11 PM
    They aren't so great at hauling freight. But I think they should be brought back for passenger service, for the same reason passenger trains were streamlined. No, not because steamers cut through the air better. As an employee of either the Union Pacific or the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy said to someone who was asking about the finer points of slicing through the air in 1934, streamlining wasn't about wind resistance. It was about reducing customer resistance. You aren't the only person who doesn't much ride trains, but just might if there was a steam-hauled sample handy. What this has to do with Dodges I'm sure I don't know. But I like to share that theory.
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    Yesterday, 01:02 PM
    These apologists don't seem to care about Congress. They don't even adhere to Nixon's, "If the president does it, then it's not illegal.". They figure that does apply, but only to Republican presidents.
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