• dannno's Avatar
    05-14-2024, 04:02 AM
    Don't hyperventilate over there..
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    05-14-2024, 03:57 AM
    How many exactly did you see when the towers collapsed?
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    05-14-2024, 12:39 AM
    *It's the same picture* meme with a picture of the twin towers on 9/11
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    05-13-2024, 07:23 AM
    Years ago I used to date this man who said he busted corrupt fed agents and cops. I don't really know what exactly he did but I felt like he was in a dangerous job. He asked me to move to San Diego with him because he had a gig training Navy Seals lined up.. I did not want to go out west. I hate to fly and I don't like living in paces where the earth moves a lot. He disappeared after I said no. I liked him a lot oh well.
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    05-10-2024, 04:20 AM
    List what they get tested for... Recall Trump is a germaphobe.. Then get back to me..
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    05-09-2024, 08:49 PM
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    05-09-2024, 08:37 PM
    RFK would fund them as well, because it would be contained in a giant omnibus bill that had something in it that he wants passed.
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    05-09-2024, 08:37 PM
    So what is the other issue you believe RFK is better on than Trump besides Covid/Pharma?
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    05-09-2024, 04:24 PM
    Covid seems to be the only issue you have with RFK > Trump... and we don't even know how RFK would handle a pandemic. I would bet he would be pressured into doing as much or more than Trump in the heat of the media blaming him for every single death that occurred.. that's what they did to Trump.
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    05-09-2024, 04:17 PM
    We've sent, what nearly $200 billion to Ukraine? You're complaining about $3.6 billion spent on our country during a pandemic that the media clearly over-inflated, for the sole purpose of getting rid of Trump, in his attempt to create a cure. I don't agree with it, but if the people voted they would have voted overwhelmingly to spend the money to create a cure, and Trump needed to get re-elected. Had he succeeded, which he did succeed if you remove the cheating, it would have been fully worth having him in office compared to Biden. Look at where we are at now. And again with the lockdown... Do I agree with it? No.. But again, it was just a guideline... and two weeks of lockdowns was not the most unreasonable position to have, until we figured out what was going on. It was the YEARS of lockdowns, school closures, mandates and bullshit by governors that was the problem. By the end of the two weeks, Trump was already promoting cheap and inexpensive cures to Covid, which the media twisted and told everybody he was promoting dangerous drugs. Within a month or two, Trump was already yelling at governors and telling them to open back up their businesses and open the schools. I'm not defending everything he did, just that it isn't that egregious or unreasonable compared to what actually happened, and you are blowing it completely out of proportion... and you are using this as a single issue to promote a candidate who is way out of line with our views on 80% of the rest of the topics, from abortion to economics and energy.
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    05-09-2024, 03:11 PM
    ^^Probably just a brain worm J/k... I don't want to make fun of the guy for that. His comeback on the debates on X about having 5 brainworms and still beating Biden and Trump was pretty fire to be honest. I really like him on a lot of issues, but he is making Trump look to be a Predictable Patty in comparison with some of his views coming out.. If it were Romney vs. Biden, RFK would be a no brainer. I just don't see what the benefits of RFK are over Trump. Even on Covid and vaccines, that's a pretty minor difference. Trump was for 2 weeks of lockdowns, and those were just guidelines to the states... the governors are the ones who mandated it, took it to the extreme while Trump was trying to get everything opened back up, and Trump was very much opposed to forcing people to get vaccinated.
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    05-09-2024, 01:56 PM
    1788651269541986662 https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1788651269541986662
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    05-09-2024, 03:23 AM
    It's called "the zipper". That's how you merge. Similar thing happened to me a few months ago. Two lanes down to one on the highway, speed limit 65mph, everything came to a stop at the merge. I was in the left lane, merging into the right lane, no rush. However, it happened that the left lane ended up being less crowded, we were all going at full speed a few seconds earlier.. so inevitably I ended up passing some people in the right lane waiting. I got in position to "zipper" in, car in front of me getting behind Car 1, in front of Car 2, I line up behind Car 2 to merge in. Car 3 is some angry young hot blond chick, looks over and yells and flips me off. So I just got behind her, let 2 cars in front of me.
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    05-08-2024, 07:00 PM
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    05-07-2024, 09:36 PM
    Democrats fear typical registration efforts might backfire, boost Trump https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2024/apr/2/democrats-fear-typical-registration-efforts-might-/
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    05-07-2024, 12:17 AM
    Thomas Massie: 'The Next Speaker Is Going To Go Back to the Old Testament' The libertarian-adjacent Kentucky congressman says he's against the effort to depose Speaker Kevin McCarthy. ERIC BOEHM | 10.3.2023 https://reason.com/2023/10/03/thomas-massie-the-next-speaker-is-going-to-go-back-to-the-old-testament/ 1755202140325183786 https://twitter.com/RepThomasMassie/status/1755202140325183786?lang=en
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    05-06-2024, 08:24 PM
    That is incorrect. Fred put little Freddy Jr. in a position to become Trump, but he failed miserably, and Trump succeeded masterfully.
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    05-06-2024, 02:32 PM
    Fred was a racist small time developer out in Queens.
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    05-06-2024, 07:25 AM
    I used to know a woman who was a prostitute that dated politicians and helped set them up for blackmail. Dangerous work she died an early death.
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    05-05-2024, 03:46 PM
    Mass arresting illegals?
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    05-04-2024, 02:31 PM
    I dunno, ask them, but that's precisely what happened in 2016, except they failed to steal it because they were already convinced they were going to win and were unaware of the wave of new voters for Trump. There's always a risk to cheating, why do so needlessly?
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    05-04-2024, 01:09 PM
    Prosecuted by the courts, maybe, I would have to look back to see the results of the court cases as I don't recall all of them. I think they are more concerned about being prosecuted by and plastered all over national media. This has happened many, many times. For example, the case that happened just before the Kenosha riots. Then there was the cops who shot the guy who wrestled them and stole their taser gun. There are at least a half dozen or so incidents where cops were convicted in the court of public opinion, which caused rioting, further endangering the police, where it was clear the police acted both legally and rationally. I'm not saying whether Trump is right or wrong, I don't know the solution. I'm not a big fan of the cops either, but I do think they should be able to arrest and prosecute violent criminals. Many who have end up wrongly demonized and this has had a huge impact on the ability for police to do their job of arresting violent criminals.This combined with defunding of police has turned the inner cities into complete hell holes and Trump wants to fix that. I understand his frustration, it's not an easy fix. I do know it would be a lot easier to defend the cops if we didn't have a bunch of laws against victimless crimes, and they were only going after violent criminals. The cases where I am most concerned about police being convicted by the court of public opinion tend to be those where we see violent criminals being "mis-treated" in the heat of a violent confrontation where the cops lives are very much at risk. If I'm on the jury, and the cop was arresting a violent criminal who was trying to murder them, I'm giving them more leeway - not complete immunity - but definitely more leeway.
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    05-04-2024, 01:01 PM
    You are correct, his statement doesn't make a whole lot of sense, I'm just saying what he said. He didn't say police should have complete immunity, he said they should have immunity for doing their job, aka "qualified immunity". Perhaps he believes it should be strengthened. All I know is cops all over the country are terrified of doing their job because they believe by doing so it will result in them being plastered all over the national news as a racist killer, then prosecuted in an unfair criminal trial where the jury believes if they vote not-guilty their house will be burned down by antifa. Therefore, many of them quit, and the rest just stand by as criminals destroy our inner cities, and even some smaller towns if they happen to be upset by something. Maybe that's why Trump is concerned.
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    05-04-2024, 12:57 PM
    Was the "paramedic on-site" part of the mob that was threatening the cops?
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    05-04-2024, 03:00 AM
    Where does that 2 minute figure come from? Was Chauvin aware of this? You do know that a common tactic for people being under control by police is to fake being non-responsive so they back off for a second and they try and get away? How do we know how much pressure he was putting on his neck, which was actually mostly on the back of his shoulder? Was it 80% of his weight or 20% of his weight? It looked to me like he was putting less weight, but it made it look like more weight by bracing against a possible attempt to flee. Do you think the crowd standing around and threatening the police caused Chauvin to not be as focused on the Floyd and his well being and be more focused on the crowd's threats of pending action?
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    05-03-2024, 11:34 PM
    This is what he meant. Am I guessing? No. I just listened to what he said. He said immunity "for doing their job". The part in quotes is a qualifier. Just switch the words around. The fake Chauvin trial included a witness who testified that the police were not trained in the tactics that were used that day, but other officers have come forward and shown the public their training manual, including Chauvin's mother, which shows that is precisely how they were trained. Considering Floyd died of a drug overdose, was almost twice the size of Chauvin, and had been fighting with police for about 20 minutes already, I don't think what Chauvin did was outside of what they were trained to do, nor do I think it was unreasonable. Floyd physically threatened a convenience store employee after handing off a fake $20 and being called out, then stealing the merchandise.
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    05-03-2024, 11:10 PM
    I think you mean good polls like this are one of the reasons that some people are convinced that Trump actually won in 2020. Among literally hundreds of other reasons.
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    05-03-2024, 04:02 AM
    That's not when the alleged "crime" occurred. That's why you can impeach a President after they have left office.
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