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    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    Whatever you say, Clayton. *Pats head* I'll stand by what I wrote.
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    Yesterday, 05:38 PM
    I may have posted this before, but it bears repetition... or so I like to flatter myself. We are living in historic times, which means not only are certain things tough, but that we stand at a nexus, our choices likely to affect the quality of our lives from this point forward, as well as those of our posterity for long years and decades to come. It therefore behooves us to make our choices carefully. Let us go not from pan into fire, but rather let us move with strong and intelligent force to preserve our liberty and cultivate it towards ever greater perfection. This would prove a diametric departure from what we have been doing since at least the time of the Civil War, since which we have gone in the precise opposite direction, allowing those in positions of practical power to ever elide our Rights, most often under the pretext of some crisis, real or conjured. To that end, I propose we call an Article V Convention of the states and in that forum, put forth for ratification a Twenty Eighth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. This Amendment specifies in clear language the duties, obligations, and responsibilities of integrity and performance to which all sworn Public servants must adhere and comport themselves during their tenures as such. Amendment 28 further specifies the punishments to be meted in cases where such servants, the Instruments of "state" and "government", violate their oaths of good faith and competent service. Those punishments are severe, to say the least, often including long prison sentences at hard labor, and may include death as the ultimate penalty. In addition, their families shall not rest immune in any case where they may be deemed as having shared culpability in the relevant crimes, profited from them in any way whatsoever, regardless of how indirectly, or having had even the least hint of something being amiss, failed to report their suspicions to the people.
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    Yesterday, 05:29 PM
    Lee County sheriff says death toll is in the hundreds. Last I heard, it's up to one so far.
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    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    Good stuff.
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    Yesterday, 04:06 PM
    Come on, Man! you can't unsee that shit.
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    Yesterday, 04:04 PM
    I think you're overdue for your next "struggle session," Comrade. This is exactly the kind of thing a white supremacist cis gendered shitlord would say.
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    Yesterday, 12:21 PM
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    Yesterday, 12:16 PM
    North, south, who cares about petty details? 1575473294660276225 Are we sure Biden's the only senile one?
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    Yesterday, 11:08 AM
    Not really surprising. Few understand contracts and either kowtow, or walk, most doing the former. So if the occasional smart guy crosses their path, their inner pragmatists enjoin them to let it go because it just isn't worth the fight.
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    Yesterday, 11:05 AM
    Well certainly that is so. I'm not sure it would take all that much convincing. That said, secession is the punk move. Making what we have into a workable free land is the right move, but we won't do it because we are all too rotten to commit and remain intelligent about it all.
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    Yesterday, 11:03 AM
    Ignorance of contracts is almost universal. Constitution is NOT a contract. Then there are the idiotic references to the "social contract", another utter fantasy. Generally speaking, human beings are rotten-stoopid.
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    Yesterday, 10:51 AM
    LOL Not 1492? Monarchist I'm not sure I understand the problem. Educating people that the Constitution by itself isn't enough to reign in politicians is a bad thing?
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    Yesterday, 10:51 AM
    Sometimes it gets really depressing realizing how few people even within the political wing of the so-called "liberty movement" understand this and are doing anything at all that actually advances the cause of liberty. Most of the time, most people, even here, point at those doing some of the most effective and important stuff and accuse them of "doing nothing" because they refuse to vote or participate in some other favorite counter-productive activity. And the worst part is, this is how it's been for at least the last half-century plus that I've been involved.
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    Yesterday, 10:06 AM
    A word about the "real" 3-D chess, for starters: There is no such thing. Gene Rodenberry and the people helping him create Star Trek were thinking, chess is two-dimensional. It was created to help people learn to think about earthly battlefields. But space is not two dimensional. So, wouldn't a theoretical Starfleet be interested in a game that could help its players think about three dimensions? So, they ordered up a cool looking, three dimensional chessboard. And the prop people delivered. Nobody went to the trouble to think about how such a game might actually be played. There was no time; they were cranking out an hour long sci-fi movie a week with no CGI. It was designed to look cool. Nothing more. And the actors hardly gave it any more thought. Leonard Nimoy moved one of the "satellite boards" to a different peg on a whim. Apparently he thought it would look cool. And I guess somebody agreed, because the scene didn't wind up on the cutting room floor. Nobody has figured out a good way to play it. Years ago a friend of mine bought one. There was a sheet included saying so. Does a knight move over two, and down one? Can a rook move only vertically or horizontally in a turn? Can a bishop move either diagonally on the horizontal, or diagonally on both the horizontal and vertical? Doesn't that make it better than a rook?
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    Yesterday, 08:49 AM
    Breitbart readers are content to let Biden's handlers choose the battleground they fight on. Toss a few caravans at them and that's all they can think about. Putin doesn't read Beitbart. He will conduct this war he didn't start in any way that he can actually win it. And I don't think Covid or monkey pox is direct enough to suit him.
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    Yesterday, 08:33 AM
    And when Biden and Putin start trading nukes, it just ain't going to matter. So either piss on the base of the fire and get the damned thing put out, or chill and roast yourself a marshmallow. Because at this rate, we aren't going to be here long enough for any generational demographic squeeze--even if the Roman Catholics do outbreed everyone else for the few months we have left.
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    Yesterday, 08:19 AM
    This conversation is funny. He's rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic, claiming they put the hole in the hull. And you're saying the deck chairs have rights.
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    Yesterday, 08:09 AM
    And most of them are designed to fool us into pointing the extinguisher up at the dancing flames, instead of down at the burning fuel. Everyone pictures themselves flying a Mustang and shooting down Messerschmitts and Zeroes. But the war was won by guys in blundering bombers, who took out the Bayern and Mitsubishi factories. Without them, the war would still be going on to this very day.
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    Yesterday, 07:48 AM
    Were Tojo, Mussolini and Roosevelt in cahoots, just keeping us busy while they looted us all? You're trying to use a good, old fashioned apple peeler on an orange. It'll only make a mess.
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    Yesterday, 07:26 AM
    So why fight the immigrants? The people you mentioned are in the boardrooms, Capitol building, and universities. Eliminate these pawns and they'll just figure out how to use doctors as pawns, gays as pawns, and Breitbart readers as pawns. This is not, in fact, a game of chess. These people are not limited to eight pawns. They can have all the pawns they can sucker into the job. They can even use you as a pawn, if they're slick enough. It can't be against the rules; this game has no rules. Isn't about time we concentrated on checkmating the Klaus Schwab types? Or should we keep turning back this caravan, even as the OAS is organizing three more--and using your tax FRNs to do it? You're playing whack-a-mole. You and He I Must Not Name up there keep hollering, "OMG! PAWNS!" And you can't figure out why I say, Yeah? Can they be converted to our cause? 'Cause most of these brats raised under the Constitution are so stupid, they won't know what they got until after it's long gone.
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    Yesterday, 04:05 AM
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    Yesterday, 03:49 AM
    What you know about 3D chess couldn't fill a thimble. And still you state your opinions as facts, insult people who disagree, and wage rep wars like a toddler. Hypothetically speaking, people can't help being stupid. But they can exercise a little self control and avoid being arrogant about it. It's a pity. If you had the slightest imagination you might be able to walk in another person's shoes. Much worse for whom, exactly? Biden and his merry band of commies including the very bureaucrats you're quoting, who release America's very own homegrown violent criminals every day?
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