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  1. I hope he tries it. The more desperate he looks the better. He lost this fight in 2018 when Nancy took the gavel.
  2. So. Again. You assume because the article only quotes one person, that's the only person who waited 4 hours? What if those who waited longer didn't want to talk to a reporter? What if the reporter only asked one person? You've never gone to a busy restaurant and asked "How long is the wait time?" And the worker responds "2 hours" and said to yourself "I don't have time for this," and left? How many people might have done that in Georgia in 2018? Enough to make a difference? How many of those same voters will go back 2 years later and try again? Or will they say "I'm not going to vote, it takes to damn long." Also. You aren't denying that Florida threw the votes out, you are only saying that it wouldn't have made a difference. You think they knew that when they threw the votes away? So in short. I've shown you that there are people who have waited in long lines in one state and thousands of votes thrown away in another state and all you can say is "well......it didn't seem to matter." So votes only matter if elections are close? That's not America.
  3. So you ASSUME the 40,000 who called the hotlines are the only ones who had a problem? As for long lines. Are you waiting 4 hours or longer to vote? Some people in Georgia did. But not everyone could. You don't think that might affect an outcome? https://www.ajc.com/news/state--regional-govt--politics/long-lines-and-equipment-problems-plague-election-day-georgia/l7NUidWbMetr5OFdGcb5ZM/ Meanwhile Florida threw out thousands of votes because of mismatch signatures on mail in ballots? No investigation. Just into the trash. But believe what you want. People still believe the earth is flat.
  4. Some of these claims are still pending in court. But you already know that. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-georgia/us-voting-rights-trampled-in-georgia-governors-race-lawsuit-idUSKCN1NW2B8
  5. WTF? At least 3 ran in 2018. And were 0-3 in Maryland, Georgia and Florida. But you already knew that or you wouldn't have asked the question, so come on with it. Systematic racism runs against other minority groups as well.
  6. African Americans are 12.5 percent of the population in America. 0 percent of Governors. 3 percent of the U.S. Senate. 0.8 percent of the CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies. 5 percent of the medical doctors. 6 percent of the NFL GMs. 12.5 percent of the NFL Coaches 23 percent of the NBA Coaches So. Are black people choosing not to be NFL GMs, CEOs, Governors and Senators?
  7. NFLStudent

    Virus in US

    No way to really know.
  8. NFLStudent

    Virus in US

    Yep. There it is. No counter, just change the argument.
  9. NFLStudent

    Virus in US

    Fuck face? Dang! You must be losing this argument badly?
  10. NFLStudent

    Virus in US

    So you don't understand?
  11. NFLStudent

    Virus in US

    Ok........ Let's try it this way. Let's say I have the virus. No symptoms. I give it to co-worker. Co-worker has no symptoms. The co-worker gives it to their spouse. Spouse has no symptoms. The spouse of the co-worker gives it to their niece at a BBQ. Niece has no symptoms. The niece gives it to her boyfriend. Boyfriend has no symptoms. The boyfriend, who has never met me, or my co-worker, or any of his girlfriends' family, gives it to his mother, who becomes very sick, goes to the hospital and DIES. Do you see why the other 5 people who had it, might matter?
  12. One flag stood for the right to own other human beings. The other just wants to marry the same sex they are. Yeah...... I think I rather see the flag that's NOT fighting for the right to own other people. But that's just me.
  13. Reports say Josh Evans has cancer. He played for the Oilers/Titans from 1995-2001. 79 tackles and 14.5 sacks during those years. https://titanswire.usatoday.com/2020/06/20/report-former-titans-dt-josh-evans-is-battling-dire-cancer-diagnosis/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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