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    Today, 08:41 AM
    Nonsense. Much better to have a kneejerk reaction to the invasion which we know was financed by both Trump and Biden, and be led around like a dog on a leash because their game is frightening us.
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    Today, 05:03 AM
    Ask not if the Kennedies once were the Democrat Party. Ask why this one was tossed out of the Democrat Party on his ear.
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    Yesterday, 12:15 PM
    I don't know why he's arguing that facts don't matter because all of this will be forgotten in the next life, or how he thinks it answers my point. But, yeah, something I read somewhere leads me to believe that having eyes to see and ears to hear -- here and now -- is indeed important. And following evil might lead one to be one of the ones carrying a grudge (over getting fooled?) into that lake of fire. Where did I read that again? I remember it was a very long book with a very short name... Now that Trump is a walking, talking martyr I don't see a political way forward. I doubt even Kennedy's three dead relatives can overshadow it. I don't know what to do but to try to survive and thrive long enough to help others do the same, and maybe help them get a grip on what's important. It's hard to decide on a direction forward when you're in a boat with no keel being tossed by the tempest.
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    Yesterday, 11:56 AM
    Funny you should mention that. I'm pretty sure we're herd animals, and that'll always tell on us in the end. And the herd will be able to explain all the things you pointed out away...
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    Yesterday, 09:28 AM
    To whom? God isn't a statist. I think He grades on a curve. But I don't think He will let me personally have faith the in Trump that I have in God. He knows that I know better than to do that, and I couldn't get away with it.
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    Yesterday, 09:16 AM
    Jill Biden was in the area the same day, and the overload had them deploying desk jockeys for some overtime. So you tell me, is "replaced" the right word? I don't think the personnel assigned to any one person is that static. The details are in this thread somewhere near a dozen pages back.
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    Yesterday, 09:11 AM
    Oh, come on. Trump is a walking, talking martyr. Vermin Supreme has a better chance of beating him than the best Democrat at this point, much less the DEI clown show nightmare they'll put forth if Biden does keel over.
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    Yesterday, 09:06 AM
    They're crucifying the SS. They don't seem to want us talking about things like water towers and brokered Democratic conventions and God.
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    Yesterday, 08:53 AM
    To stay based in reality is also important. Two LEOs on the scene said Trump was nicked in the ear by a shard of glass from a teleprompter that was hit. As a simple thought experiment, allow me to play devil's advocate. I'm not going to advocate for the devil himself, but for libtards. They say it was a setup to give Trump a chance to be heroic and achieve semi-martyr status. All the MSM is there, photographers are in the front row with their shutter speeds set to an unusually fast 1/8000 of a second. Bullets are fired behind his head with malice aforethought regarding innocent bystanders (gotta make this drama gripping). The libtards can't quite make sense of how it went down, but then there's lots of things atheists can't explain. But then God makes that already hard to see teleprompter completely invisible to the sniper. Bush used his buddy Hinckley's son to put the fear of god --small G because I'm talking about the CIA -- in Reagan. Why can't God use a shard of glass to put the fear of Him in Trump -- and sow seeds of distrust amongst the cabal? We can try to read the signs, but we can't afford to put faith in any of the mere theories until we test them thoroughly. And some we can't. Not even Trump can know for sure if he was nicked by a bullet or a shard of glass. Why? I don't know. Just because when something doesn't quite go according to their plan, they tend to let things slip? God's trying to give us glimpses of the men behind the curtain?
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    Yesterday, 08:05 AM
    That's a good point, and well taken. But you're being reactionary -- defensive -- again. The people wizard was talking about exist. They know Trump has power and they want him to use it, they know God has power and they want Him to use it, if a fairy godmother appeared with a wand they'd want her to use it. You can almost imagine them in Jerusalem back in the day begging Jesus for a miracle, not because they need one, but the way an autograph hound would beg Penn and Teller to pull a coin from his ear. This is only a black pill for those hypocrites. And even then only if they refuse to repent and get over themselves.
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    Yesterday, 06:34 AM
    Not sure if that quite rings a bell. You aren't thinking of the time Schumer flatly threatened him on behalf of the CIA, are you?
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    Yesterday, 06:23 AM
    So Democrats stood idly by while the Democratic Party took the democratic process away from them by removing every name but one from their primary ballots, the way the Soviets did democracy. And now the adherents to the party of superdelegates are cheering the return of the "smoke filled room" just as though primaries were never celebrated as a triumph of democracy.
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    Yesterday, 06:08 AM
    It's the same problem I have with the MAGA catchphrase. Government and politicians didn't make it great in the first place. It never does. Government can't make anything, much less anything great. The government power he wants to use to solve those problems created those problems. It can't solve them, it can only create more. Liberty solves problems.
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    07-17-2024, 07:58 PM
    Of course, Biden has COVID-19, and then they can springboard from his "Positive" case to continue the narrative that SARS-CoV-2 is on the rise again, which means the incoming drop boxes for "mail-in ballots" can be warranted in order to "keep people safe from its spread." :rolleyes:
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    07-17-2024, 06:16 PM
    No, the road you're talking about is the one where there are Ross Perot-types and Ron Paul-types are overlooked because they're deemed 'unwinnable.' That's the road we want to avoid because you can totally vote your conscience in those elections. I'm talking about elections like this one where there just aren't any good candidates. Instead of being Captain Smith, I view it more like this: There are several guys vying for captain of the Titanic. None want to slow the ship down or anything, but when that iceberg looms just ahead, who do you want at the helm? None of them are any good. One wants to try and veer around it, one wants to slam right into it and move passengers onto it, and one thinks he can just pull alongside it and mine it for ice cubes. The ship is doomed no matter what, but at least one of these guys is going to save more lives. Do you vote, or do you say that the guy with the best ideas isn't running for captain so who cares? I'm sure most of us consider ourselves Libertarians, but the Libertarian candidate is terrible and Trump isn't a Libertarian, either. I don't care if you vote for him, RFK, Jr., or anyone else, but saying we may as well watch the ship sink unless a true liberty candidate appears on stage is something I can't stand by and do. So, no, no one cares about doing nothing but bailing water, as you succinctly put it, but what do you do when there aren't candidates that want to do more than that? In that case, you may as well bail water while you wait for one to come. It's easier to repair a fender bender than a smashed-in hood.
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    07-17-2024, 12:28 PM
    I can't help but notice he's inside the fence. That's not a red flag any more?
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    07-17-2024, 12:14 PM
    I'm voting against the uniparty again. I was voting against the uniparty when I voted for Ron Paul in '88, and except for the primaries, I've never done anything else when it comes to the top of the ticket. How many times, in how many ways, over how many years, do I have to say it?
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    07-17-2024, 10:33 AM
    ... I see. I don't suppose you remember where you found that?
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    07-17-2024, 10:30 AM
    He's anything but that. But I don't happen to think he sees eye to eye with the deep state. In fact, I think he wants to open the mRNA jab can of worms. And when he does, he will be in scalding hot water. Then we can do a sitting president favors which no Democrat or Republican could ever need from us. There's a meaningful seat at the proverbial table. I don't have the unrealistic expectations some libertarians have. I just want to undo the 1963 coup. I see a chance of that right now, but only with Kennedy.
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    07-17-2024, 09:27 AM
    The dog ate my homework.
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    Aw, thank you! : ) Very kind of you to say that.
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    Yeah he was upset he didn't get a chance to see you. You're a good guy, Pete, don't let this keep you down.
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    Your inbox is full, so I'm leaving my message here:
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    i don't troll politcal forums, i'm not andrew breitbart
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    Hey, Pete, here's the link where I picked up the Holder story:

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    nvm. found it. was "Cuddy"!! last name of the author. duh.
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    howdy... i'm trying to find one of the links you posted awhile back... has "cuddlynwo" or some such in the addy. can't find it. can you send it to me, pretty please??? enlightening a new Ron Paul supporter who asked to be enlightened.
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