• acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 03:43 PM
    Whose $1400? The $1400 bled from taxpayers to use for the benefit of taxpayers? That $1400?
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    Today, 03:20 PM
    Great idea! Why didn't you think of it five years ago? We could have concentrated on nominating an opthalmologist. Oh. Never mind. Guess the name of the place fooled me.
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    Today, 12:13 PM
    Hey. They sell us out for bribes. Surely we'll sell ourselves out for bribes, right?
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    Today, 12:11 PM
    The greatest strength of Republicans is they're team players. And the fact that they're such good team players is also what makes them as useless as teats on a boar hog.
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    Today, 12:07 PM
    That's even more to the point. The nationwide 55 mph speed limit was never federally mandated, but it existed anyway. States can't afford to have their citizens taxed to death, and get nothing back to spend on infrastructure. So they jump through hoops, no matter how many people driving across Nevada on desert highways perfectly straight, seemingly abandoned and featureless fall asleep at 55 and kill themselves.
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    Today, 11:42 AM
    To date, geography as always been too important. Maybe it still is. The way this large and diverse nation has hung together so far was by minimizing the federal and emphasizing the local. Now they want to strongarm everyone like Stalin. It can't last, but it can last long enough for them to drain off a bunch of our wealth. Usually the type of thing you're talking about has taken the form of strikes. And since the cities are totally dependent on these rural people for food, there's muscle to flex in the boondocks.
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    Today, 11:30 AM
    It's an optical illusion. The Biden Bums are legion, they're just all piled on top of each other in those little blue spots. I noticed that when I first copied it and pasted it in my browser. I think we disabled the morphing action when we chopped off what we had to so it would show. It showed a few eastern counties turn blue for Biden.
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    Today, 11:25 AM
    Do you seriously think his promises are any more reliable than Trump's? Especially when mandates are made by people beyond his pay grade, and beyond his control.
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    Today, 11:02 AM
    What makes you think they aren't? The fact that the MSM isn't saying so? Remember when the DNC had to use superdelegates to steal the nomination from Bernie and hand it to Hilldog? As long as I get to be a lesbian.
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    Today, 10:46 AM
    Take the asterisk off the end, and it'll show. And yes, it does look promising.
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    Today, 10:33 AM
    Please leave the western suburb Kirkwood outside that fence.
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    Today, 09:50 AM
    How many places are you going to spam that bull? Do we miss him yet? We're talking about the guy who gave Gates, Moderna, Pfizer et al trillions to develop the very vaccine mentioned in the OP, thus making this tyranny possible. Of course we don't miss him. How can we? He may be out of office, but his jackboot is still stomping our faces. The Left Jackboot is taking the next step. But the Left Jackboot can only take that step because the Right Jackboot took the step before. And here you are spamming one brainless meme designed to make us nostalgic for the days when the Right Jackboot was advancing the tyranny, because we were then one step back? Why don't you ask us if we miss Obama? Then the tyranny was two steps back. Why don't you ask us if we miss Dubya? Then the tyranny was three steps back. Why don't you ask us if we miss Clinton? Then the tyranny was four steps back. Why don't you ask us if we miss Dubya's daddy? Then the tyranny was five steps back. Why don't you give us a chance to miss you, useful idiot, and see if we do?
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    Today, 09:21 AM
    Butbutbutbut he only hired Bolton so he could say... ...and misspell his third grade vocabulary words in the process. Haven't you figured out how 3D Chess® works yet? George Washington lost every battle, but won the war. Republicans hate that $#!+. They'll gladly let Bolton run rampant for however long, just to get the pleasure of canning him. They'll gladly lose the war just for the glory of winning a battle or two.
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    Today, 09:08 AM
    I doubt it. Trump is like Swordsmyth. He does a good job of convincing people he has cojones. But when he's outnumbered, and push comes to shove, it takes a Ron Paul to stand up and make that vote 434-1. Trump never had the spine. Or if he did, he never cared enough about anyone but himself to use it.
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    Today, 08:56 AM
    Western Pennsylvania is beautiful, and full of good people like you. So is West Virginia. AF's confederation would love to have you. So would mine, but contiguity is important. So, bringing those blocs together would depend on Ohio. Could we depend on Ohio? https://kubric
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    Today, 08:50 AM
    There's a lot to be said for picking a relatively small, defensible position. But there's also something to be said for making your enemy spread out over millions of acres. In World War I Britain and Germany had the two most powerful navies in the world. Both were afraid of having parts of their huge battle fleets isolated and sunk "in detail" and both kept their battleships grouped en masse. As a result, they were useless, and surface and submersible torpedo boats ran rampant on the North Sea. A force en masse cannot be everywhere at once. Give them a big territory to reconquer, and they have difficult--hopefully impossible--decisions to make.
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    Yesterday, 11:02 PM
    Interesting find. The Warp Speed logo is an exact replica of a symbol related to opening of chakras. Obviously has nothing whatsoever to do with any kind of scientific virus. I can't vouch for the video maker's interpretations but there's no mistaking the symbol. There was a reference to Reiki on the 2020 Economist (Rothschild owned) cover rag, before Covid was ever announced. ----------------------------- It appears to be related to hypnosis. Some of the covid stuff is thinly disguised Illuminati mind control programming tactics as documented in Fritz Springmeier's books. Masks are often used as tools during Monarch programming. It looks like the vaccines are also part of the programming foundation by making actual mass hypnosis, and presumably actual mass mind control, possible far beyond current media-enabled methods. I have a theory on what this is all actually about but will only share by PM or rep msg so drop me one if interested and I'll reply.
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    Yesterday, 10:29 PM
    updated
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    Yesterday, 10:01 PM
    That could be accurate, however quoting a book printed in 1916 by the United States War Department, purporting to detail official acts of a southern state prior to the Civil War isn't very convincing. The Reconstruction period was used to extensively rewrite history in favor of the "victors", as is always done in the period following a war.
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    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
    You sound kind of foreign shilly. If not, my apologies but maybe spend more time studying up on the "virus" if you really think it's a threat, along with your vague contextless reference to wacko conspiracies. Assuming it's even real, the survival rate is 99.9% according to the CDC, which hasn't come close to requiring the ridiculous response that it has received. Given media's and politician's propensity to lie about pretty much everything, it's perfectly reasonable to even conclude that it's a run-of-the-mill flu strain, like H3N2, just rebranded for political purposes.
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    Yesterday, 09:21 PM
    My experiences with immigrants are also shared by others on this forum, so ymmv. It's a big country and immigrants come from all over so perhaps you have interacted with a different cultural group than I have? It's surprising you would choose to live alone in the middle of a lot people you quite obviously do not like very much though.
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    Yesterday, 09:08 PM
    It didn't wake anyone up to what the Deep State does so it's a moot point. Complaining about Democrats and the media is hardly a grand disclosure, especially when the CFR, for example, was never mentioned once, but for the obvious reason that Trump's cabinet was filled with them. Those pictures seem to prove my theory that there was nowhere near the number of guardsmen claimed by the media. My bet is the guardsmen "staying behind" are the same ones that were sent there in the first place. That picture above shows maybe 200.
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    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, both Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri. Don't bet against Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Louisiana, and/or Iowa. Don't bet against Illinois (if they're allowed to secede from Chicagoland), Indiana, Kentucky and/or Tennessee. And don't rule out other partials like downstate Illinois, such as downstate Minnesota, western Wisconsin, and Washington, Oregon and California east of the Cascades and Sierra Nevadas. On a less contiguous note, Alaska. ° Has nuke silos ° Has a little oil left (lots, when Alaska joins) ° Has ports ° Full of people who are already fed up
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    Yesterday, 08:37 PM
    Any secession plan that doesn't include flyover country, the Great Plains, the Breadbasket of the World, is a bad plan. 1. Food is power, and we feed the world. 2. If we don't secede with you, we'll secede on our own. We will tell Washington, D.C. to go to hell sooner or later. Uh huh. Look between the Mississippi and the Cascades, and recalculate.
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    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    Exactly right. The crime bill of '92, with its three strikes provision and its huge differentiation between rock and crack cocaine, showed Biden's true colors. Shake in your boots all you want over radical liberals. But a great many Democrats are being targeted by these eugenicists. They think being moved to the front of the line for vaccines is some kind of affirmative action. They've finally hung a sign on the slaughterhouse door saying, "Free Candy". And the sheep are buying it. I hope they don't stop to think about how secure their positions will be when their easy to brainwash flock is gone.
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    Yesterday, 06:48 PM
    The EO even uses the word "should", not legalese "shall" or "must". It's basically a suggestion and there are no criminal penalties attached. There can't be any since Pres doesn't have authority to declare criminal offenses by EO. Some existing offenses could be shoehorned into usage such as federal trespassing if refusing to leave or some kind of disrupting gov operations charge if it's really egregious stand-off but yeah the EO itself isn't law and doesn't change anything.
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