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Posted in: 'Obamacare' survives: Supreme Court dismisses big challenge See in context

It wasn’t even close. Another fever-dream of the GOP.

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Posted in: China launches first crew to live on new space station See in context

Using technology stolen from the U.S. and the Russians.

The Chinese are reasonable good and reverse-tech engineering. They create nothing themselves.

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Posted in: Apple Daily editors arrested under Hong Kong security law See in context

Proof (as any more was needed) the the PRC and the CCP will not keep their word and have no respect for human rights.

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Posted in: Pure business at Biden-Putin summit: No hugs, no brickbats See in context

Putin has reacted with whatabout-isms and denials 

So THATS where Trump got it from.

Jon Oliver did a great piece on this classic Soviet propaganda tool and its appropriation by Trump and his supporters a few years ago.

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Posted in: Moscow orders compulsory COVID-19 shots for 2 million workers See in context

Where oh where are the anti-vax “freedumb!” Posters screaming against any mandatory public Heath rules?

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Posted in: Pure business at Biden-Putin summit: No hugs, no brickbats See in context

How nice it is to have a president who didn’t drop his wrinkled pant and bend over for a two-bit thug.

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Posted in: Pelosi says House to move forward with Jan 6 investigations See in context

The GOP could have had a bi-partisan commission in which the minority would have had input into who was subpoenaed. The House GOP rep negotiated in good faith and got everything he was told to get.

The GOP never thought he would get it and panicked. It's that simple.

Now Speaker Peloci can appoint a select committee of her choosing. Contrary to what some are posting, she does not need any input from the Senate. She can name anyone she wants. I would hope she would name a commission along the lines of the agreement, but that is he so purview.

Mitch and McCarthy want to avoid a reckoning because it will trash them in the md-terms.

There WILL be a reckoning. I am not moving on and neither are the vast majority of the American public.

This was an attempted coup of American democracy and there will be a reckoning.

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Posted in: Republicans erect voting barriers across a number of politically crucial U.S. states See in context

For starters,

Talk about going over to the "Dark Side"....and it was all started by Darth Vader Trump...

I prefer "Less intelligent Voldemort" - all the sociopathy with none of the competence.

There is zero evidence of any election fraud, period. This is voter suppression because when urban and minority voters vote, the GOQ loses, period.

We now have documented evidence in the form of e-mails that 1 hour before announcing that Barr would step down, e-mails from Trump's assistant to the new acting AG to investigate election fraud which is not kosher. Not kosher at all.

Later on, Trump's chief of staff sends videos alleging that the Italians used satellites to change votes. Yeah, because Italy is a tech giant.

The AG shares the videos with his assistant who responds with 2 words: "pure insanity."

There is no backing for any of these claims and those backing it are making fools of themselves. I cannot help but wonder if there are not a large number of independents and former Republicans that are looking at this and saying "That is enough of you guys." I cannot help but wonder if there are not quite a few urban and minority voters who are looking at these efforts to suppress their voting rights are thinking "I will damn sure vote no matter what and I know who I am NOT voting for."

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Posted in: Republicans introduce bill to fire Fauci, face of U.S. Covid response See in context

"But yet Dr Fauci very much controlled our lives for the past year."

Yes, by all means, let's turn over public health to the Jewish space laser Lady (who buys into the conspiracy that the world is run by a cabal of "globalist" Satan-worshiping pediophiles who drink children's blood") and Captain Covid who wanted people to ingest bleach.

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Posted in: Warning to athletes: Follow the rules at Tokyo Olympics, or else See in context

Or worse, you might get Dean Wormer's "Double-Secret Probation"

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Posted in: Republicans introduce bill to fire Fauci, face of U.S. Covid response See in context

If he isn’t in bed with big pharm I’ll eat my head.

Start chewing.

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Posted in: Republicans erect voting barriers across a number of politically crucial U.S. states See in context

One more time, there is zero evidence of organized wide-spread voter fraud: zilch, zip, nada, nil, none and no one has provided any. Voter fraud is not a thing.

This is a solution in search of a problem. Unless the problem is that your party lost.

These are voter suppression efforts. Specifically minority voter suppression efforts. Because when minorities and urban voters vote, Republicans lose.

It really is that simple.

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Posted in: Republicans introduce bill to fire Fauci, face of U.S. Covid response See in context

Don was too intimidated to fire him but remains jealous, he’s the world’s foremost epidemiologist, so yeah sure; let’s blame him for the failures of Captain COVID.

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Posted in: China sends record 28 fighter jets toward Taiwan See in context

They do this when the US is operating in the S. China sea. They’re too big of a cowards to fly against the US navy, so they huff and puff against Taiwan.

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Posted in: U.S. intel report warns of more violence by QAnon followers See in context

One more time, there is no moral equivalence between sporadic violence at mostly peaceful protests (some of which was instigated by right-wing extremist infiltrators) against institutional racism and an (semi) organized attack on a co-equal branch of government in an attempt to invalidate the results of a free and fair election.

No moral equivalence whatsoever.

People who committed acts of destruction at BLM protests and anarchists in Portland should be arrested and held to account. But they were not trying to overthrow the government because they didn't like it that they lost. It's just not even in the same universe.

Oh, and Antifa is not an organized group. It has no membership roles. It has no organizing principle other than being against Fascism (like that is a bad thing.) My grandfather was a member of the original Antifa. Back then it was known as the United States Army.

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Posted in: Florida governor signs bill requiring moment for school prayer See in context

For those of us old enough to remember, Reagan went down this road, and got laughed out of court.

For you strict constructionists here the Constitution is quite clear. Congress shall make no law regarding the establishment of a religion. Furthermore the Supremacy Clause establishes the Constitution of the United States as the supreme law of the land meaning that the Florida state government cannot make laws counter to U.S. Constitution.

Reagan even did the "moment of quiet reflection" bit. Nope. You can pray at home or in your local house of worship. You may take your recess or lunch time (free period, whatever) to pray as some in my public Jr. High did. But the government may not mandate time for religious worship in a publicly funded school. Period.

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Posted in: U.S. intel report warns of more violence by QAnon followers See in context

Many QAnon followers believe former President Donald Trump was fighting enemies within the so-called “deep state” to expose a cabal of Satan-worshipping cannibals operating a child sex trafficking ring.

Believing any part of this should be ample cause for the forfeiture of the right to own a gun.

Idiots, caught up in a truly stupid conspiracy theory with guns. What could possibly go wrong?

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Posted in: Florida governor signs bill requiring moment for school prayer See in context

This will not survive judicial review as it is clearly a violation of the Constitution.

This is Governor helmet hair ingratiating himself with the religious extremists that make up the GOP base.

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Posted in: Biden promises to lay down 'red lines' to Putin; NATO addresses China challenge See in context

And NATO’s administrative budget does not equal its defense spending. But any sentient being already knows this.

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Posted in: Biden promises to lay down 'red lines' to Putin; NATO addresses China challenge See in context

It’s laughable for posters to say that Biden will cave on Russia and China. He is doing exactly what they feared he would do: unite our allies and speak with a unified voice about breakdowns in international norms, human rights violations and military posturing.

Puttie is not even man enough to attend a joint news conference because he knows what the questions would be and knows Biden would answer them.

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Posted in: Wasabi the Pekingese named Westminster's 'Best in Show' See in context

And I am a dog person.

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Posted in: Wasabi the Pekingese named Westminster's 'Best in Show' See in context

Jesus, that is an ugly dog.

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Posted in: China slams G7 'manipulation' after Xinjiang, Hong Kong criticism See in context

Get used to it, China. We are tired of you free-riding on the global system we created.

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Posted in: Congress to probe 'rogue' actions of Trump's Justice Department See in context

At a MINIMUM, there should be hearings into this issue as it is a fundamentally anti-democratic abuse of power. I would not at all be surprised if indictments follow.

This makes anything that Nixon (or holder) did. It is just beyond the pale.

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Posted in: After G7, Biden says he's reestablishing U.S. credibility See in context

Not a Clinton or Obama delivery, but rooted in facts, didn’t throw our allies under the bus or bend over for Putin, so yeah. I’ll take it.

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Posted in: After G7, Biden says he's reestablishing U.S. credibility See in context

KaerimashitaToday  08:00 am JST

His speech and the Q and A were just embarrassing. He is clearly struggling

I’m sorry, have you ever heard Trump speak? Flubbing basic vocabulary. Incoherent sentence structure. The beginning and ending of sentences having nothing to do with each other. Reading from the tele-prompter like a hostage video.

Not only is Trump the worst negotiator I’ve ever seen, he’s worse than W at public speaking and that’s not something I ever thought I would see.

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Posted in: G7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations See in context

Certainly not for Vlad. Poor Puttie.

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Posted in: Suga not ruling out election if no-confidence vote submitted See in context

Does ANYONE have the least bit of confidence in this uncharismatic buffoon? Man, and I thought Abe was incompetent....

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Posted in: G7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations See in context

What a difference getting rid of a narcissistic sociopath makes. Currently 75% of EU nationals feel that the US can be trusted to do the right thing.

under the fat former guy it was 17%.

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Posted in: Israel swears in new coalition, ending Netanyahu's long rule See in context

A war monger who became PM based on his dead brother’s heroics.

Never saw a war he wouldn’t love (for the US to fight for him). Never saw a non-Jewish minority he wouldn’t oppress.

So glad he’s gone regardless of what comes next.

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