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  1. And you have no clue what it means, as used in the US Constitution.
  2. The state legislatures have ALWAYS had (and still have) the ability to choose the electors for their state and have the ability to control how they will vote. In fact, the legislature of a state could simply choose their electors before election day, without input from or approval of the state's governor.
  3. So you equate a seat belt to injecting a substance into your body? I have to hand it to you...you have taken stupid to a world class level.
  4. I don't judge the actions of others...but I am always reminded of the adage "You always have time to do the things that are important to you."
  5. It's not my place to say what God should or should not do. I have things I wish and pray he would do, but that is as far as I can go. If you do not currently attend Church, you chose to leave. You may have had, in your mind, a valid reason...but you chose to stop attending none the less.
  6. But you have said you don't believe God exist. How can something that doesn't exist force you to do something? You simply don't want to admit you CHOSE to do research, or that you CHOOSE to do things. Who forced you to sign up for this discussion board? The magic rainbow colored Unicorn?
  7. No you weren't. You could have simply said "I have seen no evidence of the existence of God" and moved on. However, because you had seen no evidence...you CHOSE to do research.
  8. Wait...you didn't choose to do research? You mean your were FORCED to do research?
  9. Technically, the snowflake that tweeted that is incorrect. They voted against cloture. The legislation has never come to a vote in the Senate. Carry on...
  10. Sure he can. Ever see a flowchart? Based on any given decision, the immediate result is predetermined.
  11. She is entitled to her opinion. Let them vote. Then it's up to Garland to decide to prosecute something that hasn't been prosecuted (according to CNN) in decades, then explain why it's not a political stunt. I don't see why there is a need for their investigation since the FBI already has an extensive investigation under way...unlike Benghazi. But both fall under the huge umbrella of "oversight" so let them have their circus. I wonder if the FBI likes them stirring things up during their investigation?
  12. Executive privilege has been, in the last decade or so, expanded to include communications by the President to people not employed in the Executive Branch. That has never been tested in court...probably a good idea to do so and now is as good a time as any.
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