Jsapc comments

Posted in: Why the 2nd Amendment protects a 'well-regulated militia' but not a private citizen militia See in context

If the founding fathers had a time machine and saw that there were between 30k and 40k gun deaths per year in the US, they would amend the Constitution on the spot.

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Posted in: Why the 2nd Amendment protects a 'well-regulated militia' but not a private citizen militia See in context

The 2nd Amendment was written to ensure citizens could protect them selves from a tyrannical government.

And how many times have guns been used by american citizens to "protect themselves from a tyrannical governement", exactly? It seems they're only used to violentely murder other americans. And kids in schools.

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Posted in: What are some suggestions for avoiding bitter arguments with your conspiracy-loving friends or colleagues? See in context

Just go back to sleep and believe whatever CNNBCABCBBCCBCO'BrienGummintPfizerPressreleaseWaPoNYTPrinceCharlesTheTimesKlausSchwabBuzzfeedStFauciJT tells you. Coz you know they love you and have your best interests in mind.

Ah yes, either believe doctors, scientists and journalists, or a guy on the internet named after the area between the anus and the scrotum. Though choice, eh?

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Posted in: U.S. senators haggle over funding of $1 trillion infrastructure compromise See in context

Yes, it does. 

No, it doesn't work in our shared reality. But thank you for admitting you live in an alternate dimension then.

Self-reliance and less dependency on the government it’s always the key to individual mobility in financial success.

That has absolutely nothing to do with trickle-down economics, and is not even factually correct either.

I could care less about the rest of the world, I’m talking about the country that has brought more richness and prosperity to people from all over the world that can’t United States to seek a better life and to become more financially independent

What does this word jumble even mean?

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Posted in: U.S. senators haggle over funding of $1 trillion infrastructure compromise See in context

Works well in OC, Texas and Florida so….

No it doesn't. It doesn't work anywhere in the world, according to the vast majority of economists (not "politicians" or pundits writing opinion pieces, but actual economists).

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-12-21/trickle-down-economics-fails-a-sophisticated-statistical-test

https://brownpoliticalreview.org/2019/11/the-fallacy-and-persistence-of-trickle-down-economics/

People who insist that trickle down economics work are either very dishonest, or simply do not know anything about the economy.

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Posted in: U.S. senators haggle over funding of $1 trillion infrastructure compromise See in context

Makes sense why the GOP are not on board with this

Of course it makes sense, since the GOP is in the pocket of big corporations and do not care one second about the american people. It's all about making very rich people even richer to the detriment of everyone else. Shame on them and shame on anyone who supports their dangerously idiotic economical policies.

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Posted in: What are some suggestions for avoiding bitter arguments with your conspiracy-loving friends or colleagues? See in context

Just don't talk to them again until they grow up. Life is short and spending valuable time with people who think the earth is flat, there was massive fraud in the 2020 elections or vaccines contain microchips is entirely useless.

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Posted in: U.S. senators haggle over funding of $1 trillion infrastructure compromise See in context

Senator Rob Portman, the lead Republican working on the bipartisan plan, said Sunday that the gas tax indexing provision might not survive, but then the administration will "need to come forward with some other ideas (for raising revenue) without raising taxes."

Other ideas?! The only valid idea is "make corporations and the super rich pay thei fair share". That's it.

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Posted in: Juneteenth, recalling end of slavery, marked across U.S. See in context

I would think he’d be even more depressed (but not surprised) by today’s Democrat party which would make old Dixiecrats smile.

Oh look, it's the tired "the democrats are the real racists!" trope that absolutely nobody sane or in possession of a functioning brain takes seriously.

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Posted in: Moscow records pandemic high for COVID cases for second day running See in context

This article is dedicated to the guy who spent a good part of spring trying to convince us all here that the Sputnik vaccine was the best in the world and that the russians all loved it. Good times.

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Posted in: Juneteenth, recalling end of slavery, marked across U.S. See in context

They are, it was Lincoln and his party and the man himself that paid the ultimate price to free the slaves, which is why he’s one of my favorite and most respected President.

If Lincoln saw what his party has now become, he would turn into a vengeful ghost and actually murder every member of the modern GOP, Ju-on style.

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Posted in: Man pulls gun at Florida Starbucks over cream cheese See in context

An angry Florida man pulled a gun on a drive-thru worker because they forgot the cream cheese with his bagel, according to Miami Gardens Police. 

Just another Saturday in Florida.

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Posted in: Despite divorce, Kim Kardashian says she is Kanye West's biggest fan See in context

Why is this news?

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Posted in: Putin praises summit result, calls Biden a tough negotiator See in context

It was very interesting to watch press conferences of both presidents after the summit. Putin's: foreign media present, free to ask any questions. Biden's: carefully selected U.S. media only, pre-approved questions. Yeah, it's obvious who is the leader of the Free World, right?

And it's obvious who watches too much biased fox news reporting. The questions weren't "pre-approved" and it wasn't "US media only".

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

No "standing". they didnt actually look into the issue itself. 

You obviously do not know what "no standing" means in a court of law, or how law works in general.

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Posted in: Putin praises summit result, calls Biden a tough negotiator See in context

that Biden approved its to operate.

As did all European countries it goes through. So what's your point? If it's such terrible pipeline, why didn't Trump stop it's construction?

Guess Biden doesnt like that he is under criminal investigation in Ukraine, huh?

Guess you should watch less newsmax.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biden%E2%80%93Ukraine_conspiracy_theory

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Posted in: Putin praises summit result, calls Biden a tough negotiator See in context

Putin got a pipeline, before he even showed up.

The pipeline was practically entirely built during Trump's tenure. So what's your point?

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

Why does the GOP hate health care so much? It's like they actively want people to die. Sad.

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Posted in: Putin praises summit result, calls Biden a tough negotiator See in context

Pompeo said it best:

HAHAHAHAHAHA Mike Pompeo, from the Trump administration? Criticizing another president's performance in front of Putin??? Oh god that's HILARIOUS :'D

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Posted in: Putin praises summit result, calls Biden a tough negotiator See in context

“He perfectly knows the matter," Putin said. "He is fully concentrated and knows what he wants to achieve. And he does it very shrewdly.”

Let me add what Putin was implying and what absolutely everyone is thinking when reading this: "Unlike the last guy."

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Posted in: Britain considers vaccine passports to restart international travel See in context

Cue anti-vaxxers and alt-righters whining about their "freedom", while the rest of us happily travel.

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Posted in: Pompeo unveils PAC, demurs on possible 2024 presidential bid See in context

“Only the Lord knows where I will be in 2023,”

One thing is certain : even the Lord doesn't want you to run for office. Go away, Mike. Shoo.

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Posted in: Vaccine effort turns into slog in U.S. as infectious variant spreads See in context

being forced to inject something of unknown composition into your body.

Ask your doctor or do some research if you don't know what a vaccine is made of. That information is pretty readily available. It's even written on the vaccine themselves.

Also gotta love the fact that you seem to support discriminatory behaviors and denial of services as long as its against the "right" people.

Oh I absolutely think people with guns shouldn't be allowed on planes. It's a matter of public safety. Vaccine are exactly the same thing.

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Posted in: Vaccine effort turns into slog in U.S. as infectious variant spreads See in context

well ok then, good luck with passing laws that restrict freedoms of choice and movement.

Those laws and rules actually already exist. There is absolutely no difference between "no shoes, no shirt, no service" and "no vaccination, no service". Airline companie will not let you board a plane with a gun, and they won't you let board a plane without being vaccinated. Same thing. So... Enjoy your future very boring life.

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

Without mentioning Trump, tell me how Biden did a “good job”.

Without taking what you just saw on tucker's show without any context and repeating here with even less context, tell us how Biden did a "bad job".

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

Through all the excuses, at least no one is denying that Biden’s actions have opened up jobs overseas while shutting down jobs at home.

You have no idea what you are talking about. You watch fox news and hear people meaninglessly yell about "jobs", thinking it has any form of pertinence. It has none. Pipelines do not create thousands of jobs. Their construction does employ a fair amount of temporary workers, as any construction project will, but once they are finished, it represents actual jobs for barely a dozen of people. And if you're talking about the actual construction, Biden didn't "create" any jobs in Russia, since the pipeline was already practically finished. If you absolutely want to imply something as far-fetched as that, then Trump actually created those pipeline jobs, since it was mostly built when he was president. The "jobs" argument is ridiculous in this context, and repeating it mindlessly won't make it relevant.

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

Exactly. Biden’s creating more jobs overseas than at home.

The pipeline was already 90% finished durint Trump's tenure.

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

Russian pipeline workers still have plenty of work while their American counterparts remain unemployed.

You are vastly overestimating the number of jobs a pipeline creates.

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

so what do we have in Georgia?

Sore losers, mentally challenged GOP operatives and insane conspiracy theorists trying to overturn the results of a fair election. That's what you have in Georgia.

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

well then move to a non Republican controlled state where they pass laws you like better.

I have no idea who you're talking to, but not living in a particular state or even country does not prevent from forming an opinion or calling out scandalously dishonest words, actions or laws. I do not live in Honk Kong, but I am openly and vocally disgusted by the antidemocratic actions of its chinese leaders. This is exactly the same thing. Open attacks on democracy need to be denounced at all times, be they in Japan, Russia, or Texas.

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