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  1. tgo

    Wisconsin Unrest

    This is in response to the police paralyzation of Jacob Blake in Kenosha - hadnt seen much posted about it but its getting really heated. Looks like maybe Helter Skelter is being started by a psychopath cult leader afterall. Side note: I was watching a documentary about cult leaders last night and its fucking disturbing how much Trump meets the psychological profile of a typical cult leader.
  2. Hmmn. I just finished a piece of Key Lime pie. The world's really good for me. I live in America. We consume 25% of the world's resources and we are only five percent of the world's population. We are all living good. The United States has a good setup for us. We have police stationed around the world, ships in the water and all kinda things up in the air-To Keep Us Safe. I've always been on here an advocate for closing the southern border. Jobs. Food. Self worth. In the 80's I used to see Americans in Nashville doing all the home construction. I didn't date when it hap
  3. I'm curious, give me your lists of top 5-10 worst active congresspeople. Here's mine: 1. Matt Gaetz 2. Paul Gosar 3. Marjorie Taylor Green 4. Louis Gohmert 5. Lauren Boebert 6. Jim Jordan 7. Devin Nunes 8. Mo Brooks 9. Josh Hawley 10. Ted Cruz 11. Ron Johnson 12. Scott DesJarlais 13. Thomas Massie 14. Marsha Blackburn 15. Ilhan Omar Sorry, got started and couldn't stop. This is a list of people that should resign from Congress ASAP (obviously they won't). Edited: Reordered and
  4. @BudsOilers said, What's odd is that Jones and Burns had a beef going back to their HS days in Florida. HS. When I was in HS, I had more pleasurable things omm. Yeah, I was smoking(acceptable @16 in those days), buying liquor and practicing being a husband in the bedroom. Today, our children have to pass through metal detectors. That's a problem and we all together should be seeking a solution as our number one goal. I was talking w/nephew about how exciting his son's LL baseballs games were 12 years ago. He said, he had to stop his son from playing because it got
  5. If the supply chain doomsday scenario fails to materialize, what's gonna be the next faux crisis targeted at Democrats prior to midterms?
  6. “It’s the economy, stupid”. Biden needs to get the economy back working more or less like normal. He needs to get people feeling like the country isn’t a mess. He got off to a good start this week by helping broker a deal to get the port of LA to shift to 24/7 work to start dealing with a massive backlog of ships. The supply chain being out of whack is a big part of it. But I fear he (and the government in general) really doesn’t have much control of the issue. It’s mostly something that would only be sorted out by “the invisible hand of the market”. Corpora
  7. Highlights from the clip for those that don't want to watch. - This is now the third indictment against the genesis of the Russia collusion scandal which has been pinpointed as a DNC hitjob. The first indictment, which led to a guilty plea, was of an FBI lawyer who admitted that they lied to the court in order to obtain surveillance against the Trump campaign (READ: spied illegally on a political campaign on the reigning political party's behalf) The second indictment (which I posted before to the chagrin of many on this board) was last month when Hillary Clinton's lawy
  8. No joke, WTF is it? I have taken the time to read the definitions that are available, I have heard it spoken to daily for months. I, like most here are far more aware of such things than the average American. But for the life of me, in micro, I have no clue what this is. Is this a course in addition to history and sociology and algebra that will be taught? And if so, what specifically will be taught? Is this the insertion of a perspective into existing courses? If so, what specifically will be inserted. The Dems lost the governorship of Virginia to no small degree do to this but I kn
  9. This is the big piece of legislation that is going to the consume the policy debate over the coming months, so making a thread for it. Personally, I think any new legislation needs to be fully paid for, and I think most agree - so the questions are the pay-for methods, defining what is infrastructure, and the overall price tag. Update:
  10. The Dow hit a record on Monday and the S&P 500 hit a record yesterday - economy is really rebounding from Trump's disaster.
  11. SCOTUS issued no ruling on this before the law went into effect. (There's that 2016 election, again...)
  12. https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2021/10/26/california-edd-fraud-payments-20-billion/ This is incredible and totally unforgivable, and part of the reason so many people resent massive aid programs - - the insane levels of fraud and abuse. How can a government be this incompetent? $810 million to people in prison....some on death row. As an aside, I have 2 cousins with dual US/German citizenship. They've visited the US 3 or 4 times in their lives, for a couple of weeks each time. They are 18 and 20 yr old students in German university, and neither has ever had a job.
  13. Well well well. Weren't we told that the labor shortage was due to all the lazy working class moochers living off the Joe Biden stimulus sweepstakes? https://www.marketwatch.com/story/covid-caused-more-than-3-million-americans-to-retire-early-a-new-fed-analysis-finds-11635170260
  14. Let’s kill em. Heavy aerial assault response.
  15. In recent days, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) has told associates that he is considering leaving the Democratic Party if President Joe Biden and Democrats on Capitol Hill do not agree to his demand to cut the size of the social infrastructure bill from $3.5 trillion to $1.75 trillion, according to people who have heard Manchin discuss this. Manchin has said that if this were to happen, he would declare himself an “American Independent.” And he has devised a detailed exit strategy for his departure. https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2021/10/senator-joe-manchin-democratic-party-exit-plan-bi
  16. Does the DOJ need to be restructured with longer terms and less ability for every new POTUS to nominate or fire the AG making it less of a political football?
  17. Because of his fragile ego, he convinced himself the election was stolen. He probably convinced himself of it before the election even happened - even the chance of loss convinced him the election was going to be stolen. So for the last year, he likely grabbed onto the Jan 6 siege, state audits and other crazy maneuvers Republicans were doing, as a drug of hope. Now he sees that is going nowhere, so that drug is no longer working. Now, the next step is to turn against those who failed him in those efforts - Republicans. He likely sees them as his new enemy since they did not overturn the
  18. This is an important issue for me, so I’m glad to see this land restored.
  19. https://www.newsandguts.com/report-top-doj-officials-white-house-lawyers-threatened-to-quit-if-trump-installed-loyalist-as-attorney-general/?fbclid=IwAR27s0iSXeBky3SHwznGGUT4qdA2e-QCx2AtFXgFX5E4OgFUymR1V40IaKQ
  20. https://www.yahoo.com/news/game-theory-explains-why-aoc-213700255.html I've said it before but I believe the Democratic Party's fear and refusal to embrace the progressives in their midst is not only obnoxious and a further sign that they're more center than left ... it's just hubristically bad politics. They'll try and blame progressives but this is a reneg by the centrists and the only appropriate response is for progressives to stand up to it. It's a centrist-made problem and a centrist betrayal of progressives. But they'll try and twist it.
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