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    Today, 05:58 PM
    And that's really the crux of the issue. It simply makes no logical sense that law enforcement should be allowed to own automatic weapons, without restriction, while the citizens who pay their salaries and fund their equipment, buildings, etc. shouldn't be allowed to.
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    09-16-2019, 06:21 PM
    Before this happens in Red States like Mississippi that have more lax gun laws, it will have to pass two very difficult hurdles, any national law passed would hit the supreme court which would then have to reinterpret the 2nd amendment to favor the ban, that will take a majority of leftest judges. So let's say that happens then the state can claim state rights, just like the death penalty, arguing what is right for California in gun control is not right for a state like Wyoming for example. If that was to fail, then it would be up to local enforcement to apply the law, but is the local Sheriff who personally owns an AR-15 going turn it it in, who would enforce that on him. And then that extends to his family as well will he take his father-law, brother-laws,brothers, nephews, dad, guns away too...I think not. This will be unenforceable in States that don't agree with a federal law on the books. But it will stop the sale of all new weapons and effect those companies that build them.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    09-14-2019, 12:17 PM
    I've been saying for years that the reason why the LGBTQ+ community has risen to power in society is because of the myth of religious and moral neutrality and due to the endorsement of it through legislative measures by both federal and state governments. It's also occurred because the Church has a defeatist eschatology (study of latter times or last days/future), and that has caused a void to be filled by the LGBTQ+ community whereby they can enact their own "Puritanical" movement upon those who dissent and disagree with their sexual lifestyle/preferences. That's really the irony of it all.
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    09-14-2019, 12:04 PM
    Your plan of making everyone over the age of 18 a millionaire still keeps them poor, too, as Yang's plan does; thus, you're not ridding the world of poor people. So, since there are billions of people in the world living in households, then my plan will ensure that every household in the world receives $1 billion. We will tax all billionaires to fund my program, and I will appoint more members to the Federal Reserve Board to ensure we have efficient, reliable quantitative easing to help speed up the process. Vote for me! :check: :money: :handpeace:
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    09-14-2019, 09:33 AM
    What an absurd statement! Do you see what you've assumed there? You've assumed that the government owns 100% of the income in which they tax, and for the government to give a tax cut is for them to allow taxpayers to keep the rest of their money! Your viewpoint is simply in favor of slavery. So, no, tax cuts are not handouts because the income doesn't belong to the government, in the first place. If that's your position, then you seriously need to read some sound economic books, which you can find all over these forums.
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  • ProBlue33's Avatar
    09-12-2019, 07:18 AM
    This is no different than the Canaanites sacrificing their born children by making them "pass through the fire" to a pagan god. But this time they are idolizing murder, seems worse to me.
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    09-12-2019, 07:11 AM
    I was reading some posts online from people who didn't vote for Trump, they hate the guy; but they have a Vulcans logic, not TDS. They didn't vote for him last time but feel compelled to vote for him this time just to keep the left mob from ruining their 1st and 2nd amendment rights they see under absolute assault. The Supreme court is increasingly where the power will go, if either side doesn't like a law, it is immediately challenged and goes to the supreme court where it will be upheld or struck down. It never used to be this way, but it is now. If the supreme court becomes the most important political body, that means the Presidency and the Senate who place them there are also very important. To the logical mind, if it takes a drunken monkey to stop the insanity of the leftist mob, that is the choice, it is a sad one, but it is the current reality. How did America devolve to this state ?
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    09-11-2019, 07:32 AM
    About 8 years ago a co-worker of mine visited NY from the west, he had never been there before nor had he ever discussed 9/11. When he came back he told me 70% of New Yorkers know the original story is false...but they feel they can't do anything about it so they have moved on with there lives, rather than be consumed by the injustice perpetuated.
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  • ProBlue33's Avatar
    09-10-2019, 03:56 PM
    Replace neocons with Libertarians and you won't have this revolving door of stupidity.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    09-07-2019, 01:32 PM
    Remember back in 2015 when Sen. Paul warned us about Donald Trump's demeanor during one of the Primary debates:
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    08-31-2019, 06:38 PM
    Yes, I know humans are omnivores, but I called them carnivores as a comparison to animal carnivores.
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    08-31-2019, 06:36 PM
    That so reminds me of this:
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    08-31-2019, 06:31 PM
    Oh, I see. So it's okay for other carnivores in nature to have unlimited consumption of meat, but it's not okay for carnivores who are human. So we're going to be forced by legislative decree to consume more of the food that animals in nature depend upon for their survival (plants) and hope that has no negative effects on ecosystems and animal populations. :rolleyes:
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  • ProBlue33's Avatar
    08-29-2019, 08:05 PM
    If you have watched some of Ron Paul's early day speeches and writings from before he ran in 2008 he warned directly about this mindset. He knows the inherit dangers of giving more power to the UN over American sovereignty. Any government that tries this could incite a civil war, as some would view it as enemies of the constitution that they swore to uphold.
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  • ProBlue33's Avatar
    08-26-2019, 03:35 PM
    If you are in an interview, and they say who did vote for in 2016, isn't that a loaded question ? Isn't it an unfair question to ask given the tribal nature of politics ?
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    08-25-2019, 09:05 PM
    What ethical, legal, economic (et. al.) wrong did U.S. companies commit by having their businesses in China that gives Trump any ethical, legal, economic (et. al.) authority to force them to leave?
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    08-25-2019, 12:46 PM
    I agree. It also comes from the myths perpetuated about capitalism, in general, and what capitalism has done negatively to societies, in particular. But that goes back to your point about people not knowing what, in this case, capitalism really is. At the bottom line, it's a serious worldview issue.
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    08-25-2019, 12:31 PM
    You're right about his conversion being due to social pressure, but the root of his turning towards socialism is driven by emotional appeals that falsely allege that socialism is more caring than capitalism. In addition to that, his fear of not being accepted by his own social circle is also an emotional motivation, not a logical one.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    08-25-2019, 12:19 PM
    He's just another example of a person who builds his political philosophy upon the sinking sands of emotion and feelings, rather than the solid grounds of logic and absolute ethics.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    08-24-2019, 06:13 PM
    The only two things Rep. Gabbard has in common with Dr. Ron Paul are: She boldly calls out her own political party for its corruption and failure to uphold its principles, and She is against interventionist foreign policies. Other than those things, she is a Progressive, through and through, which means she is an enemy of a true, Constitutional republic and has no respect for the rule of law, private property, the life of the defenseless unborn, and pretty much every other individual right given to us from God, not the State.
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    08-24-2019, 07:34 AM
    Enhanced_deficit, are you a Trump supporter? If so, then can you explain Trump's strategy concerning the OP?
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