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    Yesterday, 10:29 PM
    Yeah, a company that routinely petitions the government for bailout money can do whatever they want! You are the reason the phrase "useful idiot" exists.
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    Yesterday, 03:48 PM
    It is not the kind of thread to have much time left anyway. Most people here are united in opposition to the things posing a clear threat to us all, like "The Great Reset", and I share your pessimism regarding the state of the population's awareness of issues potentially affecting them. We will just have to see what the future holds and do our best to educate the unknowing.
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    Yesterday, 03:40 PM
    The poll is linear in purpose. It is essentially a discussion between the three options listed and has limited purpose beyond that. The only significance of the voter fraud issue is in increasing general awareness of governmental corruption among the population. You seem to be caught up in the potential significance of that awareness, and its potential significance is unknown at this time. It may well be that some people elect to dig deeper and learn more and others may not do so at all. Your attempt to discuss this with me and highlighting the importance of things like "The Great Reset" is preaching to the choir. I am not unaware of the threat posed by it, but it is tangential to the discussion.
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    Yesterday, 03:29 PM
    If you think that is my stance, then you are not attempting to understand my stance at all. The thread posed a question. I answered the question. Whether other people understand your perspective has no bearing at all on whether there is an increased awareness of corruption. Those other people learned something about corruption they did not know prior to this, and that is sufficient in demonstrating the corruption is more glaring than previously. I get your pessimism runs extraordinarily deep on account of how you "get it" and the vast majority of humanity does not. However, that has little bearing here.
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    Yesterday, 02:58 PM
    Your sarcasm aside, the noticeable increase in the number of people believing voting is pointless on account of a corrupted process is indicative of my stance. Someone arguing there has been no change would have a tough case to make that is not just their pessimism run amok.
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    Yesterday, 02:52 PM
    That is not how logical progression works and even if it were, logical progression for a "crazy" person is often not linear. That said, your dubious logic is befitting of someone having an obsession. You are deranged and need help.
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    Yesterday, 01:59 PM
    It is just as corrupt as ever, but there is now more of the population with an awareness of it.
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    Yesterday, 01:47 PM
    The Trump deranged troll is back at it with more of his insanity.
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    Yesterday, 02:58 AM
    He gets full credit from me for increasing general awareness of corruption. However, that was not some heroic crusade he waged against the left as was insinuated in the post I responded to. It was a beneficial side-effect of his presidency, and I am thankful for it. At the present time, his fight against the corruption is over due to his need for self-preservation, and it falls to patriots to be absolutely ungovernable pains in the asses that actively subvert the left at every turn.
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    Yesterday, 01:51 AM
    If he did such a thing at all, then it was entirely by accident. Given all of the fight has gone out of him since the events of January 6th, it is clear that he is no warrior intent on bringing the left's evil to task. Self-preservation is very much at the top of his priorities at this time.
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    01-13-2021, 09:13 PM
    Irrelevant. Nostradamus at work predicting violence from the right while being curiously silent about the left. You are so deranged when it comes to Trump and Trump supporters that you obsess about their shortcomings even if they have not actually done something.
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    01-13-2021, 07:26 PM
    A president getting impeached over nothing twice happens every 4 years? What parallel universe are you living in? Your Trump derangement is so damned strong you are worried a "Trum(p)kin is going to kill Biden and Harris" and trying to shift the discussion to potential violence from the right instead of any focus on what the left is doing right now. You are every bit as disingenuous as Invisible Man.
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    01-13-2021, 07:17 PM
    Your disingenuousness knows no bounds. Answer the damned question instead of trying to shift the subject to something irrelevant.
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    01-11-2021, 11:10 PM
    Indeed. It will not be a peaceful process if it is to be successful for those desiring liberty. The left will not allow it.
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    01-11-2021, 06:35 PM
    Ladies and gentlemen, the Eunuch Libertarian in action. An individual so ineffectual their sole purpose is to defend the same things that will lead to their personal destruction. At best, it is a person compelled to become a martyr. At worst, they are a danger to everyone around them.
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    01-11-2021, 05:58 PM
    I question the effectiveness of armed protests. It runs the risk of allowing the enemy to identify and make a potential target of you. Protestors go home and sleep eventually, but the state can pursue you at their leisure. They will always strike when you are at your weakest and most disorganized. For similar reasons, violent rhetoric online is unwise. If one is armed, capable, and wishes to make the aggressors pay for their actions, then it is better to wait, be patient, plan, strike when it is most inconvenient to them, and retain the ability to perform more strikes in the future. It is neither glorious nor honorable, but it is effective. A historical precedent for an American is the founders' use of guerilla warfare. The significance of armed Americans is not and has never been their defensive use. It is only the potential for going on the offensive that instills fear in the government such that their appetite for our liberties is diminished.
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    01-11-2021, 05:07 PM
    It is not some kind of benign thought experiment because if that were the case, then it would not be fit to print. It is explicitly designed to shift the framing of the discussion and discourage people from engaging in similar behavior by emphasizing potential repercussions. It is an extraordinarily pure form of propaganda. Only useful idiots attempt to treat it as anything but that.
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    01-11-2021, 04:30 PM
    I am inclined to believe that vote fraud was among the tools used by the RNC to keep Ron Paul from winning the nomination. As much as I despise Bernie Sanders, the left likely did the same to him over at the DNC. Donald Trump does not meaningfully merit the title "reformer". However, his populism did stand in opposition to the established interests of the typical Democrat and Republican. For this reason alone, voter fraud would be reasonably expected.
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    01-10-2021, 05:28 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Occam's Banana again. Astute observation.
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    01-10-2021, 01:47 AM
    Eric gets it. One can be a good man or a good leader but not both. Good leaders possess in equal measure all of the good and negative traits of humanity, using the latter as a weapon against their enemies while possessing the wisdom to not use it against those in their care. Good men will not demonstrate what they regard as immoral behavior as they will not suffer spiritual impurities. Good leaders are needed to create the environment in which good men can thrive and cultivate a healthy civilization. Now is the time for good leaders to defend liberty so that good men can thrive under their aegis.
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