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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

A hundred years ago? The rot set in when the North invaded the South to keep them paying taxes (not to end slavery, that is a lie). The republic ended then, and it has been a slippery slope into not even trying to pretend that the Constitution exists since then.

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keeman 4 points ago +4 / -0

If it is illegal to not certify, then what is the point of having a certification board? Sort of seems like when this process was put into place, the board would have had options to certify or not, or else the people creating the system would have just skipped this redundant step.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Doing followup studies on these saline "vaccinated" patients vs jab "vaccinated" patients would seem to be a very sensible idea. Did the saline jabbed have higher or lower overall mortality than the coof jabbed? Suspect nobody will do this study as they already know the answer and don't want to find out.

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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

I hear that fish swim in it. Saltwater is for fish, not humans - the FDA, probably.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes. We are squarely now in the banana republic mode where bills are named for the opposite of what they do. Inflation reduction act, for instance. I'm waiting for the "Defend America's Sovereignty Act" where they preemptively surrender to China.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's echo chamber projection. They are all racist bigots who think that non-whites are inferior and so they need to white knight for them or keep them as pets. They project this onto their opponents, assuming that the bigotry is normal but that their opponents must hate the non-whites as the opposite of their paternalism. Then they ask themselves the question: "if I hated non-whites, what would I do". The obvious answer is make it illegal and use the strong arm of the state to end it. It doesn't occur to them that it is possible to dislike something and still not want to make it illegal as they are trapped in their projection.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Having a hard time understanding how Kemp could be reasonably called a conservative. Trump committed a strategic mistake pushing this RINO to victory.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

The GOP also fears winning. Their grift is that they individually win their elections in their safe districts by complaining about how much they want to stop the Dems. Then they ensure (without being too obvious about it) that their party can never gain the majority and that the Dems always get enough votes to pass all their shit. That way they get to sit at the table with the Dems to carve up the spoils.

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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

Even N95, properly fitted do not block aerosols with sub-micron diameter effectively. Studies have been done with sick patients wearing N95s and having a conversation in a room with a collection plate nearby. Viable respiratory viruses were found on something like 30% to 50% of the plates depending on the patient. Nearly 100% of patients who coughed produced viable samples.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess he's got this government thing all figured out.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

They have no intention of following it. If they did, they would spend the entire session attempting repeal of all the legislation which is not authorized by the Constitution. Instead I fully expect them to propose even more unconstitutional stuff while virtue signaling about how super duper constitutional they are with stunts like this.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

When they counted the votes, were there more votes than board members? Did they put a cardboard box in the street and have the board members vote by dropping papers in the box?

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keeman 3 points ago +3 / -0

The trend seems to be to take increasingly implausible candidates and cheating the into the win. As much as I despise Newsom, he is higher functioning than former vice president Potato or Pennsylvania Lurch. My vote is on Greta Thunberg. She doesn't qualify as a foreigner, is a FAS victim, and didn't even pass high school. The Dems will cheat her into US president and dare us to "deny" it.

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keeman 8 points ago +9 / -1

They don't need taxes. They are just printing money now.

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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sort of seems like if you have a group of people who get together and plan how to violate the Constitution (which is sedition), then there should be a conspiracy charge I think there is a law making seditious conspiracy a crime. Heard about someone getting charged with it in the news.

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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hey guys, the public is starting to figure out that the vaccine doesn't do shit to protect against COVID! Time to claim that a new variant is vaccine resistant so that we can build a narrative to cover our lying asses.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

He also said publicly that masks were not useful before claiming that their utility was "common sense". And in an attempt to be the GOAT liar, he then lied about lying. He claimed that his earlier statements about masks being shit were a noble lie to help preserve masks for health care workers. And of course we know this statement where he admitted to lying was also a lie. It is an impressive feat of mendacity.

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keeman 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think they should have used a sawsall to cut them off by the wrist anyway. New rule: you glue your hand to someone else's property, then it becomes the property owner's hand.

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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, the good news is that the house ways and means committee has the power to subpoena these tax returns under the same law that is being used for Trump's. I say live by the sword, die by the sword. Subpoena EVERY democrat politician and then hopper a bill to repeal the insanely abusive law that has been abused to allow it.

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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

But probably they didn't. The propaganda is so thick and the standards of evidence in modern reporting so lax that it's likely they just wrote an article and just made up their experts. The media is not shy about just brazenly making shit up and/or lying.

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keeman 2 points ago +2 / -0

When we or someone we like does it, it is "justifiable collateral damage". When an antagonists does it it is a "war crime". The phrase has lost any objective meaning as it says more about one's opinion of the actor rather than an objective evaluation of the action being so labeled. Like so many other words e.g. "terrorism", "fascist", "extremist" etc. You might just as well say the actor is a poopy head and you'll be just as convincing to me.

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keeman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Congress can pass legislation making it illegal for the executive branch to continue detaining them. They can also decide to stop providing appropriations for the organizations that are implementing the illegal imprisonment. So yes Congress can absolutely do something about it. And the house can unilaterally do the latter.

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