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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 01:16 PM
    Maybe. But if he did leave at this point, it wouldn't be the first time a politician with years in a party left it after a big fight (e.g. Arlen Specter , Zell Miller, Charlie Crist), or for political expediency (e.g. Donald Trump, Rick Perry, Joe Lieberman), or both.
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    Today, 12:55 PM
    Well, he wouldn't go to the GOP, but if he stopped caucusing with the Dems, they'd lose their majority and Schumer would become the Minority Leader.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 12:53 PM
    Update: Manchin calls Bullshit.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 12:52 PM
    He wants to expand the size, power, and cost of government at a slightly slower pace than the Democrat Party as a whole does. This means he's perfect for the GOP. I don't know why he's not a Republican already.
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    Today, 12:36 PM This may be a stunt for political leverage, but man, this would be great news!
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    Today, 06:53 AM
    It may take 20 years or so, but it's already becoming harder and harder to deny. We'll never be able to tally the full extent of their damage, but there will be an awakening and the climate of opinion will shift. At that point, we'll start to examine these atrocities. Of course, those future politicians will just blame it on today's politicians instead of laying the blame at the feet of the institution of government that: Created a deadly virus and either allowed it, or caused it, to escape. Transferred huge amounts of wealth from poorer people to the rich. Violated the liberties of nearly every person on Earth. Extended the pandemic with their policies resulting in millions more dead. Enslaved future generations with debts they can never pay back.
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    Today, 06:41 AM
    Mass vaccination using a leaky "vaccine" will go down in history as one of the biggest atrocities committed by governments.
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    Yesterday, 02:07 PM
    I used to manage teams in a steel plant and the electric industry where safety is a HUGE concern. The definition of an OSHA-recordable injury or illness is extremely important and it's how all these companies track and report their safety statistics. For example, if an employee is hurt on the job and requires a stiff brace, it's an OSHA-recordable. If the employee only needs a soft wrap, it's not. If an employee uses and Epi-Pen after a bee sting, it's an OSHA-recordable. If the bump their head and take an Advil, it's not OSHA-recordable, but if they take enough to hit the dosing limit, it is. Any adverse reaction to something mandated as part of your job would normally be OSHA-recordable depending on what treatment you received. That they are changing their guidelines for this - and that they are explicitly doing this because of "appearances" of any kind is complete BS. And, it should open them up to lawsuits of all kinds.
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    Yesterday, 11:56 AM
    This is pretty much what the Don't Tread on Me flag has become. It now means, "I should be the one treading on you, instead of you treading on me." It's far more popular now than it was in 2008. And the reason is because the number of statists who have made it their symbol far outnumbers the libertarians.
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    Yesterday, 11:37 AM
    YIKES!! H/T Tom Massie... From OSHA's FAQ's:
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    Yesterday, 11:33 AM
    Right? In this topsy-turvy world, even the treaders are saying "don't tread on me".
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    Yesterday, 09:27 AM
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    Yesterday, 08:00 AM
    Agreed. But I think it may be 20 years before people start to realize what a colossal mistake all of this was. "Climate of Opinion" is a hard thing to turn. The human race has always gone through these periods where this is a dominate opinion that conflicts with morality, but because the opinion dominates, it's hard for people to recognize it as immoral. Especially, when the people who hold that opinion have claimed the moral high ground and shame any opposition. Eventually, it'll turn around, but it can take a LONG time. (Think human slavery, church-states, crusades, holocausts, wars of convenience, etc.)
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    Yesterday, 07:22 AM
    Intel for one. They're the biggest one I know of. There are many others. There's a lot of pressure pushing on both sides of the scale. Even if it seems to be tilting one way. I wouldn't underestimate the force of the economic pressures companies face not to mandate vaccines. And with every month that passes, the arguments in favor of them will have less and less weight (assuming that the feds never do end up issuing the threatened private employer mandate). At this point, I think one of the strongest psychological reasons for pro-vaccine mandate people to be so stubborn about it is the fallacy of sunk costs. They can't bear the thought of how disastrous their policies were if they admit that they didn't have the benefits promised. At some point, this fact will be generally accepted. Perhaps, as with the case of WMD's in Iraq, the guilty will just try to quietly move on and dodge questions about what they will by that time be able to characterize as old news.
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    Yesterday, 07:14 AM
    "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to jmdrake again."
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:52 AM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to jmdrake again. Great job, JM! EVERYONE needs to do this. At every point! (Here's mine: If anyone in here gets a notice of any sort, be sure to push back HARD! Do NOT make it comfortable for businesses to do this. Remind them of the value you have provided them and the future value they stand to lose. Remind them of the lawsuits coming their way. Remind them of anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, and anti-retaliatory laws. Be respectful, but be LOUD. Do NOT comply. Do NOT voluntarily quit - make them fire you or terminate your contract. If you must quit of terminate on your own, be VERY clear about the reason they are losing you. There are lots of us! We need to make our voices heard. If not our voices, then our feet - by walking away. They are behaving unethically, but if people make it easy for them, why would they stop?
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    10-18-2021, 04:28 AM
    "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Occam's Banana again."
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    10-17-2021, 03:10 AM
    This statement flies in the face of all reason and logic. SMGDH
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    10-17-2021, 03:08 AM
    Well, at least you're consistent. Consistently wrong, but consistent nonetheless.
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    10-16-2021, 09:34 PM
    And this goes here:
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    10-16-2021, 09:15 PM
    The best activism is to use the exit. It always is. That's one of the reasons the free market works so well - it's easy to exit if you're not satisfied. Trying to get a school board to listen to protesters may work a little sometimes. I'm sure there'll be some wins there. But removing children is THE best thing anyone can do. We should make signs to picket along side these parents, "PULL YOUR KIDS OUT: They won't understand anything else." And then give them the information in those online resources. I wonder if there's any organizations that would help with that effort?
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    10-16-2021, 08:52 PM
    Man, the more I see this guy, the more I like him. I'm not necessarily a religious person, but it's great to see the value that his religious understanding is giving him. They're going to try to tear him down. They'll say he's promoting his book and apparel company. They'll demean his motivations. They'll dig into his past. And they'll make sure those ventures fail. He'll be lucky if they don't fabricate some scandal against him. He needs strength, but it looks like he has it. He just needs to keep it.
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