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  1. 6 points
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    Libs??? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
  3. 6 points
    Respectfully, this is one subject we disagree on. The EC exists for a reason. Hillary didnt lose because of the EC - she lost because she failed to campaign in key states. She took them for granted. The EC gives rural areas as much say as NYC and this is how it should be.
  4. 6 points
    It gets worse for your side, SHITSTAINette!!!! ROFLMAO!!!
  5. 5 points
    “Leadership consists of nothing but taking responsibility for everything that goes wrong and giving your subordinates credit for everything that goes well.” ― Dwight D. Eisenhower "I don't take responsibility at all." ― Donald J. Trump any questions?
  6. 5 points
    @itsJeffTiedrich weird how the guy born into obscene wealth, bailed out repeatedly, given a tv show, allowed to fail upwards forever until he fell into the presidency, and colluded with Russia and extorted Ukraine and got away with it never shuts the fuck up about how unfair everyone is to him.
  7. 5 points
    People like him chase new members away.
  8. 5 points
    I had a family member who died from stage 4 cervical cancer. At least, that’s what the death certificate said. All good, right? No, actually. This person died from a morphine overdose. What happened was this person opted for hospice care. What hospice does is offer peaceful transition. Which means they will give you a room, hook you up to a morphine drip, and allow unlimited control of your intake. What unfettered morphine does to the body is powerful... it dries up most of the fluids in your body, and acts as a pain reliever/reducer. But here’s how palliative care works... they give you unlimited control of your intake... which basically gives the patient license to OD; which invariably shuts down the organs in the body, slip in to a permanent coma state, and you die from a morphine OD. But the death certificate will say patient X died from complication of cervical cancer. Likewise, any autopsy report of George Floyd may read that he died from a heart attack. Which wouldn’t be surprising knowing that airway restriction prevents oxygenated blood from getting to vital organs: lungs, heart, brain. When these organs are deprived of oxygen; one of the many outcomes would be a (myocardial ischemia) heart attack. But what the trolls aren’t telling you is... Mr. Floyd managed to live 46 years & never once died. Not until a cop restricted his airway, likely inducing a heart attack. This is the equivalent of shooting someone in the head and blaming their death on their diabetes.
  9. 5 points
  10. 5 points
    Trump and Pence are setting a terrible example for those susceptible to their persona. Truly, the Republican Party is now largely a Cult of Personality.
  11. 5 points
    It is a good read. We are living a different world than the one we knew only months ago. As others have said, the pandemic has exposed the biggest problem with employer-based medical insurance in the most dramatic way possible. It is my sense that the political fulcrum is going to shift. We need to make sure all Americans have access to affordable healthcare. Losing a job and with it one's health insurance while facing hospitalization for COVID-19 (or other dire illnesses) is not an acceptable position for members of a civilized nation to be in. Bill
  12. 5 points
    Hey SHITSTAINS, it's OVER and just a matter of semantics before GEN. FLYNN is a FREE MAN, with NO CRIMINAL RECORD and WORKING IN THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION!!! SUCK ON IT, LOSERS!!! Is Judge Emmet Sullivan’s collusion cameo nearing its end? Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, on its own motion, ordered Judge Sullivan to respond within ten days to the petition for a writ of mandamus filed by Michael Flynn. Earlier this week, Flynn’s counsel, Sidney Powell, filed the petition for that extraordinary writ, asking the appellate court to instruct Sullivan to grant the Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the case against Flynn. That was after Judge Sullivan not only declined to grant the prosecution’s motion, but (a) invited non-parties to intervene in the case by filing amicus briefs (transparently, to make arguments that he somehow has authority to deny DOJ’s motion); and (b) appointed one amicus, former federal judge John Gleeson, as a quasi-prosecutor to make arguments that prosecutors are declining to make in favor of entering a judgment of conviction and sentencing Flynn. As I noted yesterday, Sullivan’s encouragement of amicus briefs, which are not authorized in criminal cases, flies in the face of Sullivan’s own very firm orders previously declining to permit amicus briefs in Flynn’s case — some two dozen times by Ms. Powell’s count. The appointment of Gleeson is equally astonishing and offensive to the principle of courts as impartial arbiters. Gleeson — who worked at the U.S. attorney’s office for the Eastern District of New York with Loretta Lynch (later President Obama’s attorney general) and Andrew Weissmann (chief prosecutor on the Mueller probe that brought the Flynn case — and now a Biden for President fundraiser) — has co-written a Washington Post op-ed portraying the Justice Department’s dismissal motion as an abuse of power. The three-judge appellate panel that is considering the mandamus petition and that ordered Judge Sullivan to respond includes Judge Karen LeCraft Henderson, who was appointed to the D.C. Circuit by President George H. W. Bush (after being named to the district court by President Reagan); Judge Naomi Rao, who was appointed by President Trump; and Judge Robert L. Wilkins, who was appointed by President Obama. It is apt to get Judge Sullivan’s attention that the only case the panel cited is United States v. Fokker Services B.V. In that 2016 ruling, the D.C. Circuit granted a writ of mandamus against a district judge who refused to dismiss a case (on a deferred prosecution arrangement) because the judge thought the Justice Department was letting the defendant off too easily. The Fokker Court explained that, under Rule 48(a) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, a judge has no power to deny a motion to dismiss charges. The D.C. Circuit there elaborated that decisions to dismiss pending charges “lie squarely within the ken of prosecutorial discretion,” and that judges may not substitute their view that a defendant should be prosecuted in place of the Justice Department’s determination that a case should be dropped. The D.C. Circuit’s order that Judge Sullivan must respond cites Rule 48(a), along with Fokker. The panel’s order invites the Justice Department to weigh in, but does not require it to do so. The Justice Department did not join in Flynn’s motion for a writ of mandamus. DOJ has made clear its view that the Flynn case should not have been charged and should be dropped; it has taken no position on whether mandamus is warranted to achieve that result.
  13. 5 points
    I know roadkill not at all, but I won't miss him or Trump. And, because the point here is to fight with each other, why don't you just bet a three-month break? That's how long it will take either of you to accept the loss and move on.
  14. 5 points
    Test is broken. I'm outta here.
  15. 5 points
    Cuz Biden sucks ass. Cuz the Dems are totally corrupt. Cuz the Coronavirus stats are looking more and more fabricated. Trump has begun the tear down of America’s old ways and he will usher in a new America.
  16. 5 points
    There is a Laurel and Hardy joke in there somewhere.
  17. 5 points
    what a beautiful kid Chelsea Phaire is just finishing fifth grade this year but she could graduate in kindness: she's already helped thousands of her peers find joy and comfort in art. It all started in August of last year, when the 10-year-old girl from Danbury, Conn., asked for art supplies for her birthday so she could build kits for kids affected by school shootings. Now, since the coronavirus pandemic struck, she has been sending them to children in homeless facilities and in foster care to try and cheer them up. SIBLINGS MEMORIZE THIS BIBLE VERSE TO COMBAT CORONAVIRUS ANXIETY "It means a lot because of the coronavirus," Chelsea told Fox News over the phone. "It's just really nice to know kids are helping kids during this really stressful time. It really makes me feel happy." Chelsea Phaire, the 10-year-old founder of Chelsea's Charity, has sent out 2,500 art kits to kids through the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Chelsea's Charity) Chelsea, who said she was bullied in school, turned to art when she lost her swim coach to gun violence a few years ago. She founded Chelsea's Charity last year to help others and, as a first step, she set up an Amazon wishlist. When someone donates enough supplies, she explained, she fills the art kits with markers, crayons, colored pencils, sketch pads and paper, gel pens and coloring books. Sometimes she adds something fun, like colored pipe cleaners. 7-YEAR-OLD BOY USES $600 SAVINGS TO HELP SENIORS, FEED STUDENTS Before the pandemic, Chelsea and her mom traveled to shelters and schools from Oklahoma to New Jersey, dropping off the art kits and, in some cases, teaching kids how to use art to boost their mental health and express themselves.
  18. 4 points
    This is why I can't stand him and say he does not bring the country together. He divides the country the same way the democrats do. It doesn't matter if the governors did mishandle the riots. The president needs to try to bring everyone together and not say stupid stuff like this.
  19. 4 points
    This was purely a Hypothetical what if. I was not trying to be divisive. I give Joe credit for reaching out to Bernie supporters far more than Hillary ever did in 2016. Joe on the current trajectory will defeat Trump and I sure hope he does. As I am sure everyone else on this sub-forum wants the same result.
  20. 4 points
  21. 4 points
    calguy and a few others are abusing it also... get rid of the whole thing
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    Internet political forums are a fascinating study in human behavior. I'd like to see limits on the down ticks (maybe 5 or so per day) but have no limits on the up ticks.....kind of a "focus on the positive" theme. If someone is so full of negativity that they have to 'down' 20-30 posts a day, they should probably log off and get a hobby.
  24. 4 points
    if we used it to up vote posts that contribute to a thread, regardless of our agreement or disagreement, then it could really enhance the site and sense of community here. Unfortunately, human nature being what it is ...
  25. 4 points
    But, of course, you didn’t hear about that did you? Yes, a violent criminal history including aggravated assault and armed robbery- where he broke into a house and held a gun to a woman’s belly while searching her home for drugs and money to steal. He got 5 years in prison for that. He had numerous other convictions and jail stays for theft and drug Related offenses. This is important because it explains why he may have resisted arrest. If convicted if using counterfeit bills, he may have been looking at hard time. WE NEED THE REST OF THE FACTS TO COME OUT, especially given that autopsy results say he was NOT asphyxiated. The police say there is evidence that they cannot release yet. Don’t convict these police until you get the whole story. DONT let yourself be manipulated again.
  26. 4 points
    I like the up/down vote feature as it was intended to work. I don't like it in the way it's often being used - in a retaliatory manner.
  27. 4 points
    Regardless of Floyd's rather colorful past we simply don't treat people or suspects like this. For the record the officer had 19 complaints on him and I'm sure more than a few were valid. As far as Floyd's medical problems there's just no way that stuffing your knee in his neck for 9 minutes can be explained away. Just my .02
  28. 4 points
    The other cops there should be just a guilty for letting it happen.
  29. 4 points
  30. 4 points
    What say you? Not much right. You took the hook the media threw out to bait you. George Floyd died of a heart attack and underlying conditions and possible drugs in his system... You were told the cop killed him. Not true! You been listening to that faggot Don Lemon? He failed you.. Biotches you have been owned! AGAIN! WHEN WILL YOU LEARN TO SHUT THE NEWS OFF AND LET THE FACTS COME FORWARD BEFORE RUSHING TO JUDGEMENT? YOU DEMOTARDS WILL NEVER LEARN! YOU ARE SICK IN TOUR ROTTEN MINDS!
  31. 4 points
    Great article that reflects my sentiments on wearing masks (and those who refuse to do so). These people who refuse to put on a mask and who refuse to socially distance in stores are among the most ignorant, selfish a-holes on the planet. Agree? Disagree? https://www.thenation.com/article/society/reopening-masks-covid/
  32. 4 points
    Israel is a net harm to America. America gives them billions of dollars a year for the privilege of being aligned against the Muslim world for Israel's crimes against Palestine and colonial existence in the Holy Land. THANKS ISRAEL!
  33. 4 points
    Court Rules that There Is Adequate Evidence, and is Investigating Quid Pro Quo Joe Biden’s Pressure on Ukrainian President, Including Threat to Withhold $1 billion in U.S. Loan Guarantees The infamous story of Joe Biden’s effort to force the firing of Ukraine’s chief prosecutor in 2016 has taken a new legal twist in Kiev, just as the former vice president is sewing up the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination in America. In Kiev late last month, District Court Judge S. V. Vovk ordered the country’s law enforcement services to formally list the fired prosecutor, Victor Shokin, as the victim of an alleged crime by the former U.S. vice president, according to an official English translation of the ruling obtained by Just the News. The court had previously ordered the Prosecutor General’s Office and the State Bureau of Investigations in February to investigate Shokin’s claim that he was fired in spring 2016 under pressure from Biden because he was investigating Burisma Holdings, the natural gas company where Biden’s son Hunter worked. The court ruled then that there was adequate evidence to investigate Shokin’s claim that Biden’s pressure on then-President Petro Poroshenko, including a threat to withhold $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees, amounted to unlawful interference in Shokin’s work as Ukraine’s chief prosecutor. But when law enforcement agencies opened the probe they refused to name Biden as the alleged perpetrator of the crime, instead listing the potential defendant as an unnamed American. Vovk ruled that anonymous listing was improper and ordered the law enforcement agencies to formally name Biden as the accused perpetrator.
  34. 4 points
    Where does the buck stop ? Price list - Buck stops with kfools. Bannings - Buck stops with mods. My expectation is that permanent banning will be an extremely rare event.
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  36. 4 points
    More governors and state officials should grow a spine and follow the example set by the Michigan Attorney General.
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  38. 4 points
    That's when @EltonJohnson should be allowed to pick a suitable avatar for trumpbegonesoon. 😈😈😈
  39. 4 points
    “Just put the fucking mask on and quit bitching! Jesus-fucking-Christ, y’all sound like goddamned toddlers throwing a tantrum in their church clothes. It’s a piece of fucking cloth, not the Star of David. The government isn’t loading you into train cars and taking you to a concentration camp. You’re going to Walmart for fucking Twinkies and Diet Coke, you whiny fucking children.”
  40. 4 points
    I'm over here....... hanging out with @Toldya !!
  41. 4 points
    Confirmed: kking is a damned dirty centrist.
  42. 4 points
    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/police-will-have-no-entry-michigan-militia-vows-to-protect-barber-refusing-to-close-business This is by far the most frightening thing I have seen during this pandemic, and that includes disappearing journalists in China. Gangs of men with guns are now invading Michigan to enforce anti-quarantine policies, blocking the police from arresting people who could potentially spread COVID. Trump is doing NOTHING to stop it, and I am almost positive he supports it. I have a feeling we will see more of these groups in the leadup to November... engaging in voter intimidation, and if that doesn't work, rebellion. They are being egged on by the pro-Trump right wing media and its conspiracies and racism and hate and lies, and Trump has assumed control of the courts and the Flynn decision has exposed the DOJ as an absolute sham. Honestly, I think everyone on this board should consider their next move and have a potential escape plan if things go really badly in November. Yeah, it's alarmist... but new Covid outbreaks in Korea and China have shown that this crisis isn't going to be over before November and you all remember how ugly the last election was, and what Trump and the GOP are-- a fascist death cult that has no sense of logic or reason and is primarily driven by religion, cruelty, hatred and racism. If Trump wins again, he will do everything he can to make his insane delusions real, and inflict as much cruelty on as many people as he possibly can... that seems to be what this Flynn/DOJ thing is all about-- making the conspiracy theories real, punishing people who don't submit, protecting his allies, getting revenge on anyone who dares to defy him. He's not a healthy person... and it's all escalating.
  43. 4 points
    They don't call everyone racists. They only call racists,racists.
  44. 4 points
    Trying to make this about freedom is insane. There is no freedom when workers are forced to risk their lives for the sake of the economy. Basically, to boost some CEOs stock portfolio.
  45. 4 points
    Really? Did he ever come clean on Fast and Furious when Eric Holder was held in criminal contempt for withholding evidence? 😆 Most corrupt president since Jimmy Carter.
  46. 4 points
    We got a fight coming. It's a major one in the middle of a pandemic. it's going to be for the heart and soul of the United States. I get the privilege owning the small political board that thousands of people pay attention to even if only hundreds post. I need all of you to bring your f****** a game. An authoritarian right-winger was in here being a bully an a****** and all around jerk. The point of the exercise was to remind all of my favorite liberals here that you got bigger fish to fry then worrying about who is a Bernie bro and who was it dim in the mainstream. That s*** all ends now. Bring your a-game everybody when we have this fight the national level just like when we have it on this board I want all of you to bring the best you got and stop this Petty infighting. This will be the last time a general mod who's the conservative Post in this room unless there's some incredibly pressing reason. Good day everybody I'm glad we were able to get this resolved rule 2 will be re-evaluated and repost it by The Weeknd I will also add new features for liberals only so we can quell anything like this ever happening again. Good day.
  47. 3 points
    I made a very popular post Called “jogger fatigue” This is obviously racist. First of all, I apologize for using the hard “r” That’s THEIR word. Even so, “jogga” is still an inappropriate term when used by someone with white privilege, like myself. I shall henceforth be more sensitive and refer to them as “basketball Americans.” I regret my inflammatory language, but I’m learning.
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  49. 3 points
    I seriously cannot believe that this is happening. He actually said that he would not give funding to my home state, just because our governor wants to ensure the health and safety of all voters. I'll say it again, this guy is a big joke.
  50. 3 points
    As we should all do. The notion that we shouldn't criticize our own party just isn't valid. Of course we can criticize as well as present ways to improve a political party. I tend to believe that political parties should work for their voters. I mean, if a party isn't working for the issues that are important to me, why should I bother voting for them? Of course, I won't agree with every single thing any party or candidate does......but there needs to be an effort towards at least some of the issues that I believe are crucial......issues such as healthcare access for all, free/low-cost college education, a solution to the metastasizing wage inequality in the US, as well as a concerted effort to protect our planet and our environment. THAT is what Bernie's political revolution is all about.....transforming the party into one that works for EVERYONE.
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