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  1. 7 points
    Please give us our room back kfools, with the former rules restored. Despite the fact that here are Liberals here who scorn a private room of their own as much as most Conservatives, there are those of us who enjoy the use of it; And don't care what others think or say. And please give us just one Liberal moderator with the power to effectively enforce the rules of that room. .................... Thanks By the way, I agree with lucifershammer that it would benefit the site to do so.
  2. 7 points
    If Covid-19 is truly as contagious and deadly as you have said....then your support for these protests is mass murder. You KNOWINGLY are supporting mass gatherings of people while acknowledging the you THINK the pandemic will surely ravage them. When people tried to gather in order protest of the lockdown you ALL said that was selfish and they were going to spread a virus that could kill you. Know, that this contradiction is so FUCKING evil.....that I am debating removing the platform for ALL Liberals in this forum. Simply because this kind of contradiction surely does real life harm to people and already has. Do you fucking understand what you did here? A psychopath wouldn't do this. I'm locking the LO room. You don't deserve a fucking room. NO liberals may use any other room except NHB. The liberal council is now stripped of it's authority. As are ALL Liberal mods. If a fucking Liberal so much as sneezes a word cross at a conservative on this board I'm gonna rape thier goddamn profile and nuke thier content. Extreme socialists and Bernie Bros should just leave now. That's what the left on this board is anyways. A new litmus test for members will be implemented. Questions like "How many genders are there" will be asked. If you LIE and say more than two go away. Your disassociation with reality is now derangement. That kind of derangement has now PROVENLY done an ungodly amount of damage with this contradiction. You crazy motherfuckers need to go to liberalforum.net. You might as well start making profiles because this Purge is going to be motherfucking ungodly!
  3. 6 points
    Due to a small but significant number of members abusing the voting system, The Liberal Council has decided to eliminate downvotes and reputation points. Members will still be able to upvote, other members posts, but these votes will no longer appear as reputation points below screen names. Some members were targeting certain individuals and massively downvoting them .... And flagrantly upvoting themselves whether there was any merit to the votes or not. Had it not been for weaponization of the system by a small number, these changes would not have been necessary.
  4. 6 points
  5. 6 points
    Thank you President Trump! This is how REAL president's watch the US and our $$$$$$$$$$$
  6. 6 points
    Libs??? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
  7. 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.
  8. 6 points
    It gets worse for your side, SHITSTAINette!!!! ROFLMAO!!!
  9. 5 points
    Ask that question in February and it would be a yes. Cheerleading a virus and promoting racial division is a pretty disgusting way to try to get rid of a political opponent.
  10. 5 points
    Here are some reasons why I will be voting for DJT in Nov. 1. The Border Wall, and the securing of our southern border. 2. The Epic Trump Tax Reform Plan. This is the fairest tax-plan of my lifetime. 3. Two Conservative Supreme Court Justices and about 200 lifetime Federal Judges. 4. The standing up strong to Iran and North Korea. Militarily. 5. The standing up strong to China. Financially & trade-wise.
  11. 5 points
    Increased testing leads to more confirmed cases. Hospitalization and deaths from Rona are falling which is why those statistics aren't being reported. Democrats cheerleading a virus has to be a new low.
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    Ron Howard January 24 at 5:41 AM I'm a liberal, but that doesn't mean what a lot of you apparently think it does. Let's break it down, shall we? Because quite frankly, I'm getting a little tired of being told what I believe and what I stand for. Spoiler alert: not every liberal is the same, though the majority of liberals I know think along roughly these same lines: 1. I believe a country should take care of its weakest members. A country cannot call itself civilized when its children, disabled, sick, and elderly are neglected. PERIOD. 2. I believe healthcare is a right, not a privilege. Somehow that's interpreted as "I believe Obamacare is the end-all, be-all." This is not the case. I'm fully aware that the ACA has problems, that a national healthcare system would require everyone to chip in, and that it's impossible to create one that is devoid of flaws, but I have yet to hear an argument against it that makes "let people die because they can't afford healthcare" a better alternative. I believe healthcare should be far cheaper than it is, and that everyone should have access to it. And no, I'm not opposed to paying higher taxes in the name of making that happen. 3. I believe education should be affordable. It doesn't necessarily have to be free (though it works in other countries so I'm mystified as to why it can't work in the US), but at the end of the day, there is no excuse for students graduating college saddled with five- or six-figure debt. 4. I don't believe your money should be taken from you and given to people who don't want to work. I have literally never encountered anyone who believes this. Ever. I just have a massive moral problem with a society where a handful of people can possess the majority of the wealth while there are people literally starving to death, freezing to death, or dying because they can't afford to go to the doctor. Fair wages, lower housing costs, universal healthcare, affordable education, and the wealthy actually paying their share would go a long way toward alleviating this. Somehow believing that makes me a communist. 5. I don't throw around "I'm willing to pay higher taxes" lightly. If I'm suggesting something that involves paying more, well, it's because I'm fine with paying my share as long as it's actually going to something besides lining corporate pockets or bombing other countries while Americans die without healthcare. 6. I believe companies should be required to pay their employees a decent, livable wage. Somehow this is always interpreted as me wanting burger flippers to be able to afford a penthouse apartment and a Mercedes. What it actually means is that no one should have to work three full-time jobs just to keep their head above water. Restaurant servers should not have to rely on tips, multibillion-dollar companies should not have employees on food stamps, workers shouldn't have to work themselves into the ground just to barely make ends meet, and minimum wage should be enough for someone to work 40 hours and live. 7. I am not anti-Christian. I have no desire to stop Christians from being Christians, to close churches, to ban the Bible, to forbid prayer in school, etc. (BTW, prayer in school is NOT illegal; *compulsory* prayer in school is - and should be - illegal). All I ask is that Christians recognize *my* right to live according to *my* beliefs. When I get pissed off that a politician is trying to legislate Scripture into law, I'm not "offended by Christianity" -- I'm offended that you're trying to force me to live by your religion's rules. You know how you get really upset at the thought of Muslims imposing Sharia law on you? That's how I feel about Christians trying to impose biblical law on me. Be a Christian. Do your thing. Just don't force it on me or mine. 8. I don't believe LGBT people should have more rights than you. I just believe they should have the *same* rights as you. 9. I don't believe illegal immigrants should come to America and have the world at their feet, especially since THIS ISN'T WHAT THEY DO (spoiler: undocumented immigrants are ineligible for all those programs they're supposed to be abusing, and if they're "stealing" your job it's because your employer is hiring illegally). I believe there are far more humane ways to handle undocumented immigration than our current practices (i.e., detaining children, splitting up families, ending DACA, etc). 10. I don't believe the government should regulate everything, but since greed is such a driving force in our country, we NEED regulations to prevent cut corners, environmental destruction, tainted food/water, unsafe materials in consumable goods or medical equipment, etc. It's not that I want the government's hands in everything -- I just don't trust people trying to make money to ensure that their products/practices/etc. are actually SAFE. Is the government devoid of shadiness? Of course not. But with those regulations in place, consumers have recourse if they're harmed and companies are liable for medical bills, environmental cleanup, etc. Just kind of seems like common sense when the alternative to government regulation is letting companies bring their bottom line into the equation. 11. I believe our current administration is fascist. Not because I dislike them or because I can’t get over an election, but because I've spent too many years reading and learning about the Third Reich to miss the similarities. Not because any administration I dislike must be Nazis, but because things are actually mirroring authoritarian and fascist regimes of the past. 12. I believe the systemic racism and misogyny in our society is much worse than many people think, and desperately needs to be addressed. Which means those with privilege -- white, straight, male, economic, etc. -- need to start listening, even if you don't like what you're hearing, so we can start dismantling everything that's causing people to be marginalized. 13. I am not interested in coming after your blessed guns, nor is anyone serving in government. What I am interested in is the enforcement of present laws and enacting new, common sense gun regulations. Got another opinion? Put it on your page, not mine. 14. I believe in so-called political correctness. I prefer to think it’s social politeness. If I call you Chuck and you say you prefer to be called Charles I’ll call you Charles. It’s the polite thing to do. Not because everyone is a delicate snowflake, but because as Maya Angelou put it, when we know better, we do better. When someone tells you that a term or phrase is more accurate/less hurtful than the one you're using, you now know better. So why not do better? How does it hurt you to NOT hurt another person? 15. I believe in funding sustainable energy, including offering education to people currently working in coal or oil so they can change jobs. There are too many sustainable options available for us to continue with coal and oil. Sorry, billionaires. Maybe try investing in something else. 16. I believe that women should not be treated as a separate class of human. They should be paid the same as men who do the same work, should have the same rights as men and should be free from abuse. Why on earth shouldn’t they be? I think that about covers it. Bottom line is that I'm a liberal because I think we should take care of each other. That doesn't mean you should work 80 hours a week so your lazy neighbor can get all your money. It just means I don't believe there is any scenario in which preventable suffering is an acceptable outcome as long as money is saved.
  15. 5 points
    Why would you want to play in someone’s playground, when you own the whole amusement park? Lol
  16. 5 points
    #BabyGate trends as Trump’s White House border fence gets a hilarious new nickname
  17. 5 points
  18. 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.
  19. 5 points
    That's ducks way of saying he's been outclassed. Yet again.
  20. 5 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.
  21. 5 points
    The down votes by conservatives in the Liberals only room should be removed and treated as posting where they shouldn't be. Either a warning or 24 hours in hell would be sufficient.
  22. 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?
  23. 5 points
    People like him chase new members away.
  24. 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.
  25. 5 points
    All four cops should go down hard for murder. Yes All 4
  26. 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.
  27. 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
  28. 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.
  29. 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.
  30. 5 points
    Test is broken. I'm outta here.
  31. 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.
  32. 5 points
    There is a Laurel and Hardy joke in there somewhere.
  33. 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.
  34. 5 points
    Fuck!! I thought we lost you..Maybe it was just wishful thinking...
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  36. 4 points
    we have now entered the realm of lawlessness, when both cop and criminal have the same mind set.
  37. 4 points
    If you step back, it's easy to see that the cops are victims of this idiotic approach to policing that we have, too. Here, go into this neighborhood where you know basically nothing about who is who, where people look different from you, basically assume everyone is strapped and selling drugs, and using only approved civil law enforcement techniques, without treating anyone unfairly. It's a ludicrous job and it takes an enormous toll on them. The communities have to be empowered to help, and the mission has to shift from interdiction and arrest to legalizing the drugs and arming the citizens with the resources they need to build their communities, with all the support they want and need from the law.
  38. 4 points
    calguy and a few others are abusing it also... get rid of the whole thing
  39. 4 points
  40. 4 points
    That's when @EltonJohnson should be allowed to pick a suitable avatar for trumpbegonesoon. 😈😈😈

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