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Friday, December 17, 2021

Get it off your chest

Just because we are all just experiments in Dr Megel.... ummm errr Dr Fauci's 'whatever' camp, doesn't mean.... something something something or the other. 


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Warren

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  1. Kyle Rittenhouse certainly put himself in harm’s way in showing up at the Black Lives Matter /Antifa protest. Looking into his background, I see a youth who has repeatedly demonstrated a strong sense of civic minded duty . To my mind and many others, he naively hoped to keep the peace in a world gone out of control.
    When our mayors, Governors and Washington politicians began openly supporting the violence generated at the many BLM/Antifa protest/riots as a device to oust Trump, they sanctioned and infact initiated, the violence both with their control of the press/media, local Police and by manipulating judicial systems to the advantage of those committing crimes during the events.

    Every day working class people I’m sure wanted to do something, anything to right the ship and restore sanity. Kyle Rittenhouse acted on this emotion I have no doubt. It is a rare thing when anyone steps up against all of the corrupt forces which I have outlined and made the decision to make a difference rather than cower at home watching the riots on our computers. It is even more rare when in the end, the powers that be, give a person like Kyle Rittenhouse, actual justice rather than make him fodder for corrupt political gain. He has demonstrated high moral character while his detractors have shown their debased, morally bankrupt true selves.

    The media, and sleepy Joe Biden,? wants to label him as a white supremacist? yet of the four people caught on video attacking him the only one who wasn’t shot was a Black man, seen here??? kicking Kyle in the face while he lays on the ground. It certainly seems from the picture that Rittenhouse had the opportunity, and probably the justification to pull the trigger, but he didn’t. and yet they call him a White supremacist
    So I guess that any white person that cares about their community and his country and is willing to protect it is, is a “White Supremacist” now, by Sleepy Joe’s standards...
    I’m just sayin!

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  2. Kyle Rittenhouse lived in Antioch, Illinois. His community is 22 miles away. Let's not kid ourselves that he wasn't there for at least the opportunity to plink protesters.

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    1. That's the unspoken reason. Kyle's victims lacked ironic distance towards this opportunity for social obscenity.

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    2. What do you do when a fat kid keeps brandishing an AR-15 at you? What do you do after he shoots someone and starts running from the murder scene?

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    3. The guy with the pistol shouldn't have hesitated to put Rittenhouse's brains on the street. But, he was an EMT, not a soldier.

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    4. That's what you get for over-identifying with your "cause". The fuzzy brain lacking ironic distance.

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    5. He would have praised for taking out an active shooter.

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    6. People at carnival should avoid engaging with the Lenten worshippers.

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    7. For they expose themselves for the fools that they are.

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    8. Fuzzy brain, like pointing a gun at someone and not firing immediately. Otherwise you're a little dick trying to re-enact what the TV told you a big dick looks like.

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    9. Like attacking an AR-15 armed shooter with a skateboard.

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    10. That's balls right there. Every workplace active shooter training seminar I've ever been involved in had a section on improvised weapons.

      Skater just didn't swing hard enough.

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    11. None of this happens if Rittenhouse's parents kept their kid and his illegally possessed AR-15 home on a school night. But he was a dropout....

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    12. No, I'm saying a typical nuclear family setting with a father / role model home and mother actually concerned with what her kid is doing 22 miles away with an assault rifle probably doesn't lead to plinking protesters rather than watching the midnight movie.

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    13. Do you think it was a good decision for Rittenhouse to drop out of school? Do you think it was a good decision for him to go play vigilante? What kind of crowd control and field medical training does a dopey high school dropout and swimming pool lifeguard have?

      Personalize it. Would you let your kid sneak off to a riot 22 miles away carrying a firearm?

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    14. lol! The case against Dominick Black is going nowhere fast.

      DA's no longer charge felon's with criminal possession. They expunge such records.

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  3. He would have been* praised for taking out an active shooter.

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    1. Right. He had a clear case to take Rittenhouse out, and the NRA would have backed him 100%

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    2. Gaige Grosskreutz was an armed FELON. He should be charged with illegal possession.

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    3. I'm sure the system will get to that. It's not like his parole officer doesn't know.

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    4. It's also not like the prosecutor wasn't financed by George Soros.

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    5. Nevermind.

      It was widely, and falsely, reported on social media that Gaige Grosskreutz is a felon. He was convicted of a felony, but the felony was expunged.

      Grosskreutz was not a felon. He had more right to openly carry a firearm in Kenosha, WI than a 17 year old minor from Illinois.

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    6. Grosskreutz mysteriously having his record expunged earlier this year after the Kyle R. incident occurred

      Cooperation in a corrupt prosecution does have its' rewards.

      At the time of the shooting, his record was NOT yet expunged.

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    7. George Soros is a taxpaying citizen of Wisconsin?

      Did he pay as much as Lin Wood stole from Rittenhouse's bail fund?

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    8. What corrupt prosecution? I only saw an inept one.

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    9. The Open Society Institute doesn't pay taxes any in Wisconsin? It must be nice to be a "non-profit" LOL!

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    10. Not sure what George Soros allwgedly paying the prosecutor to do his job has to do with anything. Unless he was paid to botch the prosecution on Rittenhouse"s behalf.

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    11. Did the prosecutor gain a conviction? Cuz if not, he failed to do what George Soros was paying him to do. Fortunately 12 wise jurors had a different idea of what the prosecutor's job should have been, in this case.

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    12. The prosecutor failed to make his case, but that probably has something to do with his caramel popcorn and peanut scented law license with a picture of a winking sailor on the back.

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    13. You should celebrate him for ripping George Soros off lol

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    14. I'll celebrate when he loses his next run for DA because George Soros was p*ssed at him and didn't fund his campaign.

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    15. George Soros is funding a national "Don't ask, don't tell" policy for the criminality of progressive activists and demonstrations.

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    16. Seems low tier for Soros. Defrauding government pensions in the UK is more his speed.

      I would bet the Rittenhouse case never popped up as a thing to do at Casa Soros.

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    17. No, but funding the BLM rioters in Kenosha was near the top.

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    18. Soros' support for DA elections are part of a protection racket.... like when the mafia buys a judge, only "easier" (drop the charges).

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  4. Instead he hesitated and got his arm nearly blown off.

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    1. ...no he had a brain fart that told him his was a righteous cause.

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    2. Nobody ran down / hit / tried to restraint / pointed a gun at Rittenhouse until *after* he shot and killed someone.

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    3. Because he should have charges Gaige Grosskreutz, not Kyle Rittenhouse.

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    4. For not blowing away the active shooter Rittenhouse when he had the chance?

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    5. Just like the 2020 election... "show me the fraud", eh beamish? I'm sure there are plenty of records (now sealed) that show the conviction.

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    6. There's no there *there.* The only connection to the election, tangentially, is that one of Trump's grifters Lin Wood used the case to scam $2 million dollars from idiots / Trump voters / same thing.

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    7. @TC
      I don't know if you've...
      Suffered a stroke.
      Are still running a fever of 105.
      Been hacked.
      Completely have your head up your ass.
      Entered a faze of delusional psychosis.
      Or stretched parody well beyond the breaking point into the realm of the twilight zone.
      I usually consider it my duty to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable but it seems that my duties have come into conflict.
      What would you suggest I do?

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    8. Have you looked into online self-esteem and emotion intelligence building courses?

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    9. Well TC,
      They say it's the the most difficult mental illness to understand for those who have never experienced it.
      So please, explain it to us.

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    10. It almost always involves neurological damage to the right prefrontal lobe. And the subject lacks insight into the fact that they're not well and that everyone else is not well for saying so. Treatment is difficult because the subject lives in and reinforces their own delusional reality, such as is seen with people who fervently believe Trump really won the 2020 election or that Kyle Rittenhouse can't reasonably be seen as an active shooter by the people who tried to subdue him after murdering someone.

      Sound familiar?

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    11. Yes, you explained it very well! LOL
      Perhaps you should go back and read what you have written. -not that it would help-

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    12. ...and that information from the right frontal cortex which evaluates "what the other wants, che voui" fails to cross the corpus callosum to pair with and calculate "difference" from the information generated in the Left hemisphere which evaluates "what do I want".

      This delusional reality often appears in people who fervently deny any possibility of fraud in the 2020 election or that Kyle Rittenhouse acted entirely within the bounds of self defense.

      Yes, it sounds very familiar.

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    13. I believe there is a negligible amount of fraud in every election, none of which has affected the outcome of a Presidential election save for the 1960 election which was fraud-a-rama committed by both the Kennedy and Nixon campaigns.

      I believe that at least the last 3 people Rittenhouse shot at (missing one, killing another, wounding the last) were reasonably trying to subdue him for fleeing a murder scene.

      These beliefs are based on observable data.

      I believe it is reasonable to believe that at least the last two people shot

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    14. The believe that Trump actually won 2020 has no observable data. Neither does the belief that Rittenhouse was just innocently minding his own business after killing someone when people tried to subdue and disarm him.

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    15. It takes no stroke, fever, or stretch of parody to discount people formulating views contrary to observable data to fall on the mendacious to delusional spectrum.

      Most of you fall on the mendacious side. You know you"re lying, and don't care.

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    16. Why do people rob banks? For the same reason they rig elections. Do people ever steal enough money from the banks to collapse the economy? Since the observable data proves that they don't, there's obviously no need to lock the vaults at night.

      And I believe that everyone who was on those streets in Kenosha that night knew that the people with long guns like Rittenhouse had been protecting property, not randomly targeting and shooting BLM protesters.

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    17. "I believe that at least the last 3 people Rittenhouse shot at (missing one, killing another, wounding the last) were reasonably trying to subdue him for fleeing a murder scene.

      These beliefs are based on observable data."


      Then you have to admit, at least the last three were acting as vigilantes. In other words, they were acting outside the law. I'll also remind you that 12 jurors found him not guilty.
      You can believe anything you wish and your wishes do not make it so.

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    18. O.J. Simpson was found not guilty also. It is not outside the pale to believe a jury can be wrong.

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    19. Why do people rob banks? For the same reason they rig elections. Do people ever steal enough money from the banks to collapse the economy? Since the observable data proves that they don't, there's obviously no need to lock the vaults at night.

      Mendacity.

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    20. ...because politicians would never lie to you.

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    21. ...and you can always trust government officials.

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    22. ...especially those who actively censor all reports of voter fraud.

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    23. Pretty sure Donald Trump was a politician and government official. And he was claiming fraud before the election even took place. Seems like some very orchestrated gaslighting from a guy who's polling and popularity barely paced a broken toilet.

      C'mon FJ. Even Jim Jones had to force people to drink the Kool Aid at gunpoint.

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    24. I seem to recall that immediately after getting elected in 2016 Trump wanted to investigate the millions of fraudulent votes, but the uniparty closed ranks and shut him out....

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    25. ...can't upset the incumbant protection machines of both parties, after all.

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    26. Even if there were 'millions' of fraudulent votes [ah, the electoral fraud fever dreams], the winner isn't going to jeopardize his victory.

      Best instead to gin up political masturbatory fantasies of the sycophants before the next election.

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    27. The point is, the incumbency is ALL FOR rigging elections. They have everything to gain, and NOTHING to LOSE. And THAT is why they DO and MUST CONTINUE to censor all evidence of fraud and put out stupid self-serving statements like "This was the most secure election ever".

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    28. Sounds like you're saying that all of the partisan and independent audits and recounts that found no widespread electoral fraud, were all in on the rig then. Which would make Trump's claims a self-serving trolling campaign....

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    29. A self-serving trolling campaign has been Trump's M.O. since his "John Barron" alias days. It doesn't require a rigged election to even exist.

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    30. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudonyms_of_Donald_Trump

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    31. Independent audits? No. All the "official" recounts and audits were in on the rigging.

      The independent audits found all kinds of problems. Mostly with allowing questionable votes to get counted.

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    32. In AZ, they turned the report of questionable votes and vote counting activities over to the DA's office... which given George Soros inroads into buying prosecutors, has produced no indictments to date.

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    33. Being a victim is so incredibly easy when al, you have to do is claim that everyone else is 'in on it'.

      No wonder the GOP has taken to following their pied pipers of perfidy. It's worked for the Left.

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    34. As if Donald Trump isn't a disgruntled leftist himself.

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    35. We're not all just a little FOMO?

      Robert Browning, "The Pied Piper of Hamelin"

      When, lo, as they reached the mountain-side,
      A wondrous portal opened wide,
      As if a cavern was suddenly hollowed;
      And the Piper advanced and the children followed,
      And when all were in to the very last,
      The door in the mountain-side shut fast.
      Did I say all? No! One was lame,
      And could not dance the whole of the way;
      And in after years, if you would blame
      His sadness, he was used to say,--
      "It's dull in our town since my playmates left!
      I can't forget that I'm bereft
      Of all the pleasant sights they see,
      Which the Piper also promised me.
      For he led us, he said, to a joyous land,
      Joining the town and just at hand,
      Where waters gushed and fruit-trees grew,
      And flowers put forth a fairer hue,
      And everything was strange and new;
      The sparrows were brighter than peacocks here,
      And their dogs outran our fallow deer,
      And honey-bees had lost their stings,
      And horses were born with eagles' wings:
      And just as I became assured
      My lame foot would be speedily cured,
      The music stopped and I stood still,
      And found myself outside the hill,
      Left alone against my will,
      To go now limping as before,
      And never hear of that country more.

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    36. We're all post-modern, post-traumatic subjects now...

      A post-traumatic subject is a victim who, as it were, survives its own death: all different forms of traumatic encounters, independent of their specific nature (social, natural, biological, symbolic), lead to the same result: a new subject emerges which survives death (erasure) of its symbolic identity. There is no continuity between this new post-traumatic subject (the victim of Alzheimer’s, say) and its old identity: after the shock, a new subject emerges.

      Zizek describes this subject as Zombie-like:

      It features a lack of emotional engagement, profound indifference and detachment; it is a subject who is no longer ‘in-the-world’ in the Heideggerian sense of engaged embodied existence. The subject lives death as a form of life.


      ...we've experienced symbolic death... we've been "cancelled." :)

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    37. ...social pariahs, figurative Jews in Progressive Nazi holocaust camps.

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    38. ...like so many Dancing Grannies in a Waukesha Wisconsin Christmas parade. Media references since Darrell Brook's arraignnment?

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    39. Not until they bring back Capt. Kangaroo and Bullwinkle.

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  5. And lets not forget that Alec Baldwin shot someone without even pulling the Trigger!

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    1. Yeah no. The type of gun Alec Baldwin had *can't* fire without a trigger pull. He just didn't know the gun was loaded with live ammo when he gunned down his DoP.

      Watch Baldwin in the Hunt for Red October. Every time he handles a gun his finger is wrapped around the trigger. He knows nothing of gun safety.

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    2. "*can't* fire without a trigger pull."
      It can if you don't cock/thumb the hammer fully enough to engage the trigger detent and you might not hear it because the cylinder detent engages at the same time as the hammer sear. The quick draw shooters don't even have a trigger, just the hammer and spring. They fire it by just "fanning" the hammer.
      The real question is; Who and when was the live round put in.
      Baldwin is a typical Hollywood dipshit so I give him a pass for being a lying screaming creep. Right now, there is so much finger pointing going on that we won't ever know what really happened.

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    3. https://youtu.be/lImxZbBaaSM

      You typically can't fan the hammer on a Colt Model P. It has 2 safety positions (not cocked / half cocked). Before the first latch, the spring doesn't have enough torque behind it to set off the primer. At the second latch all it will do it rotate the cylinder, fanning won't hit a primer at all.

      The *only* way to fire a Colt Model P is if the safety features are defeated and the spring latch at the bottom of the hammer is worn or filed off.

      Baldwin pulled the trigger of a full cocked Colt Model P. It was loaded, and it went off.

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    4. Erratum: the only way to fire a Colt Model P by "fanning" the hammer is ifthe safety features are defeated and the spring latch at the bottom of the hammer is worn or filed off.

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    5. There's two people at fault, really. The film's production armorer that loads the guns and Baldwin for pointing a gun at someone he didn't want to put a hole in.

      Brandon Lee was killed on the set of the Crow by debris from firing blanks in a full auto machine guns.

      I got my ass whooped as a kid for pointing a Nerf gun at someone. Overkill perhaps, but gun safety should never be lax.

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    6. "That firearm was a F.lli Pietta long Colt 45 revolver," said Sheriff Adan Mendoza, at a news conference on Wednesday."

      "It was a big advancement over the past firearms, which are percussion, firearms," said Robert Theige, at Ron Peterson Firearms.

      "They use this more than any other firearm for Western movies. There's a single action army perfect," Theige said.

      It was a clone of a model P who knows how the pistol was altered? -I'd have to examine it, I've certainly did my own trigger work-. Being a movie prop, the sear -the sear notch on the hammer- could have been filed off or filled in, so it could be fanned. They certainly wouldn't have used a valuable antique.
      My point being, there are too many variables and too much ass covering going on.

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    7. Still leaves at least two people responsible for the shooting, one for confusing live ammo for blanks, the other for pointing a gun at someone even if they believed it was loaded with blanks. It's a "who's to blame for stepping on a landmine" scenario.

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  6. America is not being “ Built Back Better “great by :
    1. having National Guard troops sleeping on the floor of an automobile-exhaust infested, cold parking garage floor,
    2. by allowing our gas prices to skyrocket, by reducing our oil supply,
    3. by inviting millions of illegal aliens into the country with sickness.
    4. by allowing millions of Muslims from terrorist countries, to come here.With msno of them bey Criminals, or Terrorists!
    5. by allowing in election fraud, all designed to rig elections for Democrats ( Nationwide mail-in voting, banning restrictions on ballot harvesting, banning voter ID, ,DC Statehood roadwork, allowing criminal voters) -it’s all in here in a new bill drafted by Democrats entitled the “For the People Act of 2021“. Not “American Act of 2021”

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    1. The Build Back Better legislation appears to focus on creating manufacturing jobs in the US. Not sure how that happens with the Trump-Biden tariff regime in place.

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    2. Not sure where your stats come from Frank, but US Oil production for 2021 has remained steady at the same output as during 2020 under President Trump. At least according to both US Government and Industry reported numbers.

      As for terrorists coming into the US, do you really believe that our government has allowed over 1,000,000 Muslim terrorists or criminals into the US?

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    3. Dave, you know that facts can never be allowed to influence the politically correct narrative.

      The sycophants aren't going to stay in line all by themselves, after all.

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    4. No, they're not. Perhaps if the price per gallon increases by $3 per gallon, American oil production will eventually even outpace 2019 production levels...

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    5. Ya'll remember when Covid hit and 160 million American commuters stopped driving into the office every day. The price of crude went to zero as fully loaded oil tankers provided temporary storage for the "glut".

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    6. Last I heard Biden was trying to shut the country down again.

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    7. Biden just signed more federal land drilling contracts with oil companies than Trump did in three years. Trump left office signing a crap ton of them too. I think we'll be alright, even if we're not pipelining shitty tar sand oil out of Canada so they have a warm water port to China.

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    8. Biden also signed legislation laying off any oil workers who refused to be vaccinated.

      Bend the knee, or be ruined.

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    9. It's going to fun jousting with the "people commit crimes because they have no economic opportunities" argument.

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    10. I'm sure that Robin's Merry Men of Sherwood turned down legit job offers all the time, but preferred the sport of poaching the king's venison over butchering their own fat domesticated cattle.

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    11. At some point I'm going to have to rejoin the workforce (my parents left me a significant inheritance, but I don't want to deplete it) which means I'll have to get jabbed or find a way to get a faked passport. Given the ease of getting a script for opioids (money...) getting a faked passport doesn't seem to be a big hurdle. These people couldn't even roll out a functional Obamacare registration website. I doubt an error-free national vax tracking database is within their skillset.

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    12. TC,
      These people couldn't even roll out a functional Obamacare registration website. I doubt an error-free national vax tracking database is within their skillset.

      These bureaucrats didn't really want to have error-free tracking database. But that want to have an excellent tracking database for these so-called vaccines: they have skin in the game.

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    13. I don't see it. We'll have national voter ID first, which is never.

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    14. Well CI, for some reason my post refuting Frank was removed. It had no offensive or abusive language, was on an open post and I didn't personally attack anyone.

      Such it is, but you are right, when facts don't line up to the narrative, it can be tough.

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    15. @ Dave Miller,
      You would have to ask Bloggers algorithm. I found it marked as spam but not permanently deleted. I marked it as "not spam" and it has appeared above.
      As far as I know, none of the administrators have removed any of your comments although if a lead comment is "permanently" removed, replies to a comment in a string are also removed.-that wasn't the case in this instance, if it were, I wouldn't have been able to find it-.
      Like you say, it's an open thread. I have only removed one comment and that was from our resident Troll who is not aloud to comment on this blog and hasn't been years. If you see a comment from "this one" don't reply to it in the same thread because it will disappear when I delete the lead comment in the thread.

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    16. Yeah, it was weird, because it was there originally, then moved into the deep cyber hole in the sky.

      In any event, Merry Christmas to you Warren, AOW and Silver too. While I seldom agree with you guys, I appreciate the forum and the ability to hear other voices.

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    17. Merry Christmas to you and Yours, Dave.

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  7. Dave, I echo Warren's comment. I only delete comments that are off topic, slobbery, or spam, or just full of vulgarities. Your comments are never in any of those categories. You are an important voice here. Imagine how boring it would be if everybody agreed

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