SuperLib comments

Posted in: Fully-vaccinated people can gather without masks: CDC See in context

I actually wrote that while I was in a pizza shop waiting for my pickup...heh. Much better to sit inside the restaurant than refuse to wear a mask and have to stand outside of the store.

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Posted in: NY attorney general names team that will investigate Cuomo See in context

bass4funk: And yet....Cuomo is falling faster than a meteorite.

We don't have any argument here. We both agree that it's looking bad for him, especially with so many accusers. And he's a Democrat so both of us want to see him gone if this is true.

And quite frankly, it's nice to see this change in you. For all of the accusers against Trump and other GOP members you usually come and smear the female accuser, tell us that she's just targeting a powerful man, she wants his money, she wants to write a book, her second cousin once removed voted for a Democrat in 1980, etc.

I genuinely like to see this change in you, especially when it comes actually listening to female accusers. Let's hope it's permanent. I'd hate to see you go back to smearing women when the next guy is Republican.

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Posted in: Republican Party says it will continue to use Trump name in fundraising appeals See in context

bass: With over 75 million voters the GOP would be wise to do so.

Agreed, but then again there's not much else for the GOP to lose. The House is gone, so is the Senate and the WH. What else are you guys looking to lose?

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Posted in: NY attorney general names team that will investigate Cuomo See in context

The Dems handle their garbage. The GOP elects them.

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Posted in: Republican Party says it will continue to use Trump name in fundraising appeals See in context

Put Trump's name on everything GOP. He just lost by 7 million votes.

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Posted in: Fully-vaccinated people can gather without masks: CDC See in context

I don't mind people who don't wear masks since they aren't allowed into any of the stores I shop at. It kind of weeds out the stupid people from my shopping experience which isn't a bad thing.

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Posted in: With virus aid in sight, Democrats debate filibuster changes See in context

Two minds....

Part of me supports it because we known damn well the GOP will vote against policy that helps the country if they can manipulate it into something horrible sounding for their base. They really don't govern anymore. They run on culture wars, not issues. And obviously they want the freedom to restrict blue voters with new suppression laws based on the lie they created about a stolen election.

The other part of me says don't change it. It can cause chaos. First of all, it allows the majority to pass legislation without consulting with the minority. That's not good for compromise. It also means as control changes every few years we can see one party erase what the last party did, then then when they potentially lose the Senate the other party goes in and changes everything back. Really, really bad for long-term planning, especially when businesses are concerned.

At the end of the day I have to say I'll support it, and that's because of the current condition of the GOP. I want compromise and minority support but the GOP just doesn't do that anymore, so what's being protected? They have had too much power in the US government despite getting clobbered in the popular vote over the last 20-40 years. The system is rigged in their favor and they're about to make another power grab.

I'm starting to get the feeling it's now or never, because they sure as hell won't stop themselves.

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats prevail as Senate OKs $1.9 tril virus relief bill See in context

Bass:. California seems to be pretty much in that same category and they didn’t vote for Trump overwhelmingly..

Who cares? You and I will be fine. The working class, or, as you say, the non-job creators, will suffer.

It's their fault.

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Posted in: Biden, Democrats prevail as Senate OKs $1.9 tril virus relief bill See in context

bass4funk: And besides not really helping anyone, what’s it for?

Mostly the working class. They haven't been evicted because of the new laws but they will have to pay back rent that they are behind on.

But....who cares? Trump fans who can't pinch two pennies together will get destroyed but you and me, the job creators, will be fine.

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Posted in: Senate Democrats reach deal on jobless aid in Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill See in context

Bass:. I shouldn’t be allowed to give incentives to my employees because I got a tax cut? Why? I’m not a heartless

You want to give incentives to non-job creators? Insane. You and I are the oil that runs America. Trailer trash are there because they are lazy.

Go ahead and give your money away to lazy people.

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Posted in: Senate Democrats reach deal on jobless aid in Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill See in context

Bass:. They need cars to get from point A to point B. So it’s all important.

LOL You think non-job creators are the important? Tax cuts go to guys like you and me. We create jobs.

If there's some working class Trump supporter who feels entitled, screw him. You and I come first.

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Posted in: Senate Democrats reach deal on jobless aid in Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill See in context

Bass:. To blue collar workers 

Are they job creators? We should prioritize benefits to job creators, unless you disagree.

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Posted in: Senate Democrats reach deal on jobless aid in Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill See in context

The bill just passed the Senate. Debate over.

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Posted in: Pope urges Iraq to embrace its Christians on historic visit See in context

I'm not religious but I'll support anything that can lead to peace.

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Posted in: Senate Democrats reach deal on jobless aid in Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill See in context

The GOP, especially McConnell, will try to block every piece of legislation whether it's good for the country or not.

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Posted in: Accuser says talk of Cuomo as AG spurred her to come forward See in context

My guess he will he gone soon, which, as the evidence seems to be pointing to, is a good thing. No excuses or deflections.

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Posted in: U.S. Senate votes to begin debate on Biden COVID-19 relief bill See in context

A vast majority of Americans support it, including a large chunk of Republicans. GOP Congressmen will pay a price for this and will gain nothing.

Why are they doing this? I dunno. Maybe the only card they know to play is to resist Dem legislation, twist it around in their media, and then tell the base they are saving then from doom.

Any other reasons you can think of?

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Posted in: Police uncover possible plot by militia to breach U.S. Capitol See in context

Bass:. He hasn’t really said much of anything, except his personal opinion.

Yep, he gave his personal opinion. And then after he expressed his opinion, he tried to get a legitimate election overturned, going as far as asking the VP not to certify the votes.

I think more people had problems with the second part. Seems to have fallen off your radar.

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Posted in: Biden says it's a 'big mistake' for states to lift mask mandates See in context

No one's forced to wear a mask. But I've yet to see a business or restaurant here that says you can enter without a mask, so enjoy having your mask off in the parking lot but if you want to buy groceries then put on your mask or hit the road. It's good to keep stupid people out of public buildings.

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Posted in: Cuomo addresses harassment claims; vows to stay in office See in context

Time to throw out the garbage.

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Posted in: Police uncover possible plot by militia to breach U.S. Capitol See in context

I just don't think there's any way to reach these right-wing terrorists and their plans to kidnap, kill, and blow things up. And that's sad because it will become the new normal for the US.

If you want to see something really sad, check out Reddit: https://old.reddit.com/r/QAnonCasualties/. It has stories about people getting divorced or having to walk away from loved ones after their significant others started watching YouTube videos, and then literally went insane over these conspiracy theories.

I think we should be prepared for headlines about bombs blowing up buildings and killing innocents. Enjoy your 4th of July celebration at the National Mall with 8 feet of concrete wall blocking your view.

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Posted in: No evidence U.S. Capitol rioters belong to antifa movement, FBI chief Wray testifies See in context

I get the feeling that our resident JT Trump supporters can't being themselves to face the disgrace of their side storming the Capitol and threatening our government.

Have any of you seen any comments where they even address the issue in any way? It's always, "Remember last summer!" or some other distraction.

That's sad that they have to internalize all that crap.

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Posted in: U.S. sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attack on Navalny See in context

Soon Biden will be giving a new conference with Putin where he will throw the US intelligence agencies under the bus and tell the world Putin said he didn't do it and Biden really, really believes him.

(It's hard to believe that was the "new normal" with the GOP in charge).

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Posted in: U.S. will have enough vaccine supply for all adults by end May: Biden See in context

ulysses: And while he was doing all this, he secretly got the vaccine for himself.

That's the best part. I love it when he kicks his fans in the teeth by being two-faced. They take their beatings and ask for more!

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Posted in: No evidence U.S. Capitol rioters belong to antifa movement, FBI chief Wray testifies See in context

Reality:

"We have not to date seen any evidence of any anarchist violent extremists or people subscribing to antifa in connection with the 6th"

Trump fans' alternate reality created by lies from their President, politicians, and media:

"Asked to describe what happened during the assault on the Capitol, 58% of Trump voters call it "mostly an antifa-inspired attack that only involved a few Trump supporters."

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/02/21/exclusive-trump-party-he-still-holds-loyalty-gop-voters/6765406002/

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Posted in: Trump hints he may run again in 2024, proposes new voting limits See in context

Good job, Trump. Control the GOP. Make yourself an election loser again.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Good. Get money into the hands of the people. They will ultimately spend it on rent and necessities which will also help business.

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Posted in: More than 300 charged in deadly assault on U.S. Capitol See in context

On Thursday, acting Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman told lawmakers that Trump supporters had indicated they may wish to blow up the building.

These right wing terrorists are just insane.

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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

Is the statue meant to be taken seriously?

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Posted in: New York prosecutors finally obtain Trump's tax records See in context

Let's not forget that Trump is a confirmed scammer from his university to his charities. If they find nothing it would be a surprise since he's so used to scamming people.

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