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    Post SD to build $400,000 fence around governor's residence amid coronavirus criticism


    South Dakota to build $400,000 fence around governor's residence amid coronavirus criticism

    By J. Edward Moreno - 08/13/20

    South Dakota is planning to build a $400,000 fence around the residence of the state's governor after security officials recommended it given threats amid the coronavirus to Gov. Kristi Noem (R), the Associated Press reported.

    Security is responding to unspecified threats toward the governor, the AP reported. Noem’s administration had proposed the 8-foot fence last year, but the plan was abandoned.
    Noem, who has aligned herself with President Trump in recent months, has championed a hands-off approach to the coronavirus pandemic. Her response has reportedly led to personal threats toward her.

    Last week thousands of bikers arrived in South Dakota for the Sturgis Motorcycle rally, perhaps the largest national public gathering since the pandemic started.
    “In America, we debate issues; we don’t turn to violence,” a Noem spokesperson told the AP. “But it only takes one, and per the Governor’s security team, putting up a fence around the residence is critical at this time.”

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    Noem’s office did not immediately respond to an inquiry from The Hill.
    https://thehill.com/homenews/state-w...residence-amid



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    You are such a good troll, want a pat on the head for the Herman Cain tweet?
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    Some of Deep Neocons funded GOPA wing's perpetual cheerleaders seem to be erratically getting triggered lately in random threads, still not clear range of topics that could cause it. Former GOP rising star Herman Cain tweets should not be that controversial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    Some of Deep Neocons funded GOPA wing's perpetual cheerleaders seem to be erratically getting triggered lately in random threads, still not clear range of topics that could cause it. Former GOP rising star Herman Cain tweets should not be that controversial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    Some of Deep Neocons funded GOPA wing's perpetual cheerleaders seem to be erratically getting triggered lately in random threads, still not clear range of topics that could cause it. Former GOP rising star Herman Cain tweets should not be that controversial.
    Rising star?

    Herman Cain had faded into the background, if anything, and was suffering with stage four 4 colon cancer, admittedly in remission.

    You know damn well throwing that Cain tweet in your post was done to mock him.

    "Ha Ha, stupid fool...standing up for freedom and it killed him!"

    If anything, he should be celebrated as willing to risk and give up his life in defense of freedom.

    Live Free or Die, right?

    And all of that is based on the assumption that he caught the Kung Flu at the Tulsa rally, which is in no way certain:

    On July 2, Cain's staff said there was "no way of knowing for sure how or where" he contracted the disease.[113] Dan Calabrese, the editor of Cain's website, said, "I realize people will speculate about the Tulsa rally, but Herman did a lot of traveling [that] week, including to Arizona where cases [were] spiking."[44]
    So you've taken someone who was willing to risk everything in defiance of controlling mask mandates, in spite of his known risks and severe underlying conditions, and turn his death into a shallow punch line to score a few disjointed political points.

    And you then wonder why people are getting pissed off at you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Rising star?

    Herman Cain had faded into the background, if anything, and was suffering with stage four 4 colon cancer, admittedly in remission.
    I meant to say 2012 election season Rising Star but stand by above comment as stated as it carries the same meaning. HC was solid enough of a star to be 2019 Fed Reserve pick. Rest is your personal interpretation, my intent was to show SD governor's social distancing stance as it relates to OP news story, having Cain cite it shows its popularity among GOP bases.

    Anyone saying that "insisting on not wearing masks in the face of an airborne infectious disease ( or plague as Trump puts it) is standing up for "freedom" is about as smart as saying that "Iraqi Freedom War was to defend our way of life". Don't think I need to convince anyone how smart GOP bases have been in making their political choices, no wonder progressive socialist democrats have firm control of both major parties today and so called "GOP base" has been catching on straws to cling to which ever 'rising star' it can find.


    Trump's pick for Federal Reserve is Herman Cain

    Apr 9, 2019 - White House officials doubled down on controversial plans to nominate two political allies of President Donald Trump to the Federal Reserve.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Rising star?

    Herman Cain had faded into the background, if anything, and was suffering with stage four 4 colon cancer, admittedly in remission.

    You know damn well throwing that Cain tweet in your post was done to mock him.

    "Ha Ha, stupid fool...standing up for freedom and it killed him!"

    If anything, he should be celebrated as willing to risk and give up his life in defense of freedom.

    Live Free or Die, right?

    And all of that is based on the assumption that he caught the Kung Flu at the Tulsa rally, which is in no way certain:



    So you've taken someone who was willing to risk everything in defiance of controlling mask mandates, in spite of his known risks and severe underlying conditions, and turn his death into a shallow punch line to score a few disjointed political points.

    And you then wonder why people are getting pissed off at you?
    @enhanced_deficit's posts are usually sarcasm. He's not as obvious as @TheCount- at least to me- but he definitely uses sarcasm to get a message across. He started this during the 2016 Trump campaign, when he was always shredded by the Trumpeteers for posting anything negative about Trump.

    Now posters are attacking him like they did Zippy- either because of their Trump-love or because they don't read sarcasm well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Rising star?

    Herman Cain had faded into the background, if anything, and was suffering with stage four 4 colon cancer, admittedly in remission.

    You know damn well throwing that Cain tweet in your post was done to mock him.

    "Ha Ha, stupid fool...standing up for freedom and it killed him!"

    If anything, he should be celebrated as willing to risk and give up his life in defense of freedom.

    Live Free or Die, right?

    And all of that is based on the assumption that he caught the Kung Flu at the Tulsa rally, which is in no way certain:



    So you've taken someone who was willing to risk everything in defiance of controlling mask mandates, in spite of his known risks and severe underlying conditions, and turn his death into a shallow punch line to score a few disjointed political points.

    And you then wonder why people are getting pissed off at you?
    I read it was from liver failure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    @enhanced_deficit's posts are usually sarcasm. He's not as obvious as @TheCount- at least to me- but he definitely uses sarcasm to get a message across. He started this during the 2016 Trump campaign, when he was always shredded by the Trumpeteers for posting anything negative about Trump.

    Now posters are attacking him like they did Zippy- either because of their Trump-love or because they don't read sarcasm well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    ...
    Live Free or Die, right?
    ...
    If that line wasn't a joke/sarcasm, then you must not be aware of HC's freedom stances:

    Herman Cain: Spying on Americans Is Okay, But Not assassinating them
    theatlantic
    May 25, 2011 - Cain expressed support for the PATRIOT Act...

    Why does Trump support the PATRIOT ACT?

    If you really thought that GOPA/DOPA masks messaging in the $4 Trillion 'war against the plague' was anything other than politics to game the gullibles, surprised as thought you were among the more insightful libertarians here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    You are such a good troll, want a pat on the head for the Herman Cain tweet?
    +rep
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    I read it was from liver failure.
    Wiki lists it as complications from COVID19.

    But you know how they play fast and loose with those numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    @enhanced_deficit's posts are usually sarcasm. He's not as obvious as @TheCount- at least to me- but he definitely uses sarcasm to get a message across. He started this during the 2016 Trump campaign, when he was always shredded by the Trumpeteers for posting anything negative about Trump.

    Now posters are attacking him like they did Zippy- either because of their Trump-love or because they don't read sarcasm well.
    I understand that...that was my point, that it was in poor taste to mock a dead man to score a couple cheap political points, especially when nobody can prove that his actions regarding face diapering had anything to do with what actually killed him.

    And then to affect the "oh dear me, I have no idea why people are attacking me" routine on top of that, was equally distasteful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    @enhanced_deficit's posts are usually sarcasm. He's not as obvious as @TheCount- at least to me- but he definitely uses sarcasm to get a message across. He started this during the 2016 Trump campaign, when he was always shredded by the Trumpeteers for posting anything negative about Trump.

    Now posters are attacking him like they did Zippy- either because of their Trump-love or because they don't read sarcasm well.
    It's the messages he gets across using sarcasm that are the problem, they are usually lies or leftist talking points.
    I know it's your job to defend all the trolls and only the trolls but please try to come up with something less insulting to our intelligence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    If that line wasn't a joke/sarcasm, then you must not be aware of HC's freedom stances:




    If you really thought that GOPA/DOPA masks messaging in the $4 Trillion 'war against the plague' was anything other than politics to game the gullibles, surprised as thought you were among the more insightful libertarians here.
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    @Swordsmyth says:
    QUOTE] It's the messages he gets across using sarcasm that are the problem, they are usually lies or leftist talking points.
    I know it's your job to defend all the trolls and only the trolls but please try to come up with something less insulting to our intelligence.[/QUOTE]

    Says the biggest hater/name-caller/insulter/liar/troll on the forum.
    Last edited by Ender; 08-13-2020 at 09:33 PM.
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    Just went to a Walmart store in Sioux Falls. Walmart has a policy with their door greeters to recommend but not require a mask for shoppers, and to call management...but many here entered and shopped without a mask. At the gas station there, almost no-one besides the employees had a mask on. In the smaller town, not many face diaper wearers in stores, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    Just went to a Walmart store in Sioux Falls. Walmart has a policy with their door greeters to recommend but not require a mask for shoppers, and to call management...but many here entered and shopped without a mask. At the gas station there, almost no-one besides the employees had a mask on. In the smaller town, not many face diaper wearers in stores, etc.
    Enjoy it while you can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Enjoy it while you can.
    Pheasant hunting opens on Saturday.


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    O ja?
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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    Anyone saying that "insisting on not wearing masks in the face of an airborne infectious disease ( or plague as Trump puts it) is standing up for "freedom" is about as smart as saying that "Iraqi Freedom War was to defend our way of life".
    Masks do not work.

    We have known since the 1919 Spanish Flu epidemic that cloth masks do not protect in any significant way from transmission of airborne diseases.

    The CDC has just released information from a new study showing over 85% of COVID19 cases randomly sampled were contracted by people who regularly wore a mask.

    It says, right on the $#@!ing boxes, of both cloth masks, surgical masks and N-95 masks that they do NOT protect in any way from transmission of diseases.

    It is a symbol of compliance.

    It is as ridiculous as government telling you, you must stand on your head every day at 3PM and jerk off, in order to prevent prostate cancer.

    Masks are joke, a farce, a compliance condom, a fake, phony, fraudulent symbol of nothing more than your willingness to comply with government edicts, no matter how ridiculous.
    We must picture Hell as a state where everyone is perpetually concerned about his own dignity and advancement, where everyone has a grievance, and where everyone lives the deadly serious passions of envy, self-importance, and resentment. - C. S. Lewis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    Pheasant hunting opens on Saturday.


    I miss waterfowling...haven't been in years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    I miss waterfowling...haven't been in years.
    Need to come out to my place in SD, maybe next year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    Need to come out to my place in SD, maybe next year?
    I might honestly take you up on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    Just went to a Walmart store in Sioux Falls. Walmart has a policy with their door greeters to recommend but not require a mask for shoppers, and to call management...but many here entered and shopped without a mask. At the gas station there, almost no-one besides the employees had a mask on. In the smaller town, not many face diaper wearers in stores, etc.
    That's the way it is at our Walmart. They just politely ask if you'd like a mask and/or hand wipes. Most of the customers and at least half the staff are maskless.
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    Breaking news:


    Chris Christie says he was in ICU for 7 days battling Covid-19, urges Americans to wear masks

    "As a former public official, I believe we have not treated Americans as adults, who understand truth, sacrifice and responsibility," Christie said in a statement.





    Chris Christie, from center, talks with guests in the Rose Garden after President Donald Trump introduced 7th U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett, 48, as his nominee to the Supreme Court at the White House on Sept. 26, 2020.Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images file
    Oct. 15, 2020, 6:43 PM EDT / Updated Oct. 15, 2020, 7:02 PM EDT
    By Dareh Gregorian
    Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday urged Americans to wear masks to fight the coronavirus that put him in intensive care for seven days, and warned the virus is "something to take very seriously."
    Christie was one of a number of people with ties to the White House who tested positive for the coronavirus at around the same time as President Donald Trump.
    "I believed that when I entered the White House grounds, that I had entered a safe zone, due to the testing that and I and many others underwent every day. I was wrong. I was wrong to not wear a mask at the Amy Coney Barrett announcement and I was wrong not to wear a mask at my multiple debate prep sessions with the President and the rest of the team," Christie said in a statement obtained by NBC News.
    The government's top infectious disease doctor, Anthony Fauci, last week called the Rose Garden event, where few attendees wore masks, a "superspreader event."
    The longtime Trump ally said he's now recovered from his illness, and thanked his doctors and "the manufacturers of Remdesivir and the Eli Lilly monoclonal anti-body cocktail for giving me access to their extraordinary treatments. I am confident that all of those factors contributed to my good health today."
    Christie also appeared to distance himself from the president, who said he felt better that he's felt in decades after getting treated with a different antibody cocktail for the virus.
    "No one should be happy to get the virus and no one should be cavalier about being infected or infecting others," Christie said. "It is something to take very seriously. The ramifications are wildly random and potentially deadly."

    He added that "as a former public official, I believe we have not treated Americans as adults, who understand truth, sacrifice and responsibility."
    "When you have seven days in isolation in an ICU though, you have time to do a lot of thinking," Christie said, advocating that people "follow CDC guidelines in public no matter where you are and wear a mask to protect yourself and others."
    "Every public official, regardless of party or position, should advocate for every American to wear a mask in public, appropriately socially distance and to wash your hands frequently every day. At the same time, we should be reopening in every corner of this nation under these guidelines," Christie said.
    "I believe that these two steps can bring our country together while our pharmaceutical companies invent the therapeutics and vaccines which will rid us of this virus," he added.
    "While we may seem very divided today, I do believe we can use this public health tragedy to bring us together. It is never too late to start," he said, but "It will take leadership that both challenges and trusts the American people."

    Dareh Gregorian

    nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/chris-christie-says-he-was-icu-7-days-battling-covid-n1243589

  32. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    I might honestly take you up on that.

    I know you are a bit pessimistic on the state of resistance. But when I come out here to the small town folks, I feel revived. Too many of use know history and we own weapons. Many like me have been in the military. We have friends in the military, we know where the cache in the armory is.

    They in the military are not communists. We can operated sophisticated weapon systems.

    I wonder how far their buttons can be pushed.
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  33. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    I know you are a bit pessimistic on the state of resistance. But when I come out here to the small town folks, I feel revived. Too many of use know history and we own weapons. Many like me have been in the military. We have friends in the military, we know where the cache in the armory is.

    They in the military are not communists. We can operated sophisticated weapon systems.

    I wonder how far their buttons can be pushed.
    I'm keeping my fingers crossed that you are correct.
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