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5-Points last won the day on January 13

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  1. 5-Points

    Mueller Time is officially over. Predictions?

    Party over country. That's how they roll.
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    Democrats NOT running for president.

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    John Wick

    Like I said earlier, the first one is good. It's halfway believable. The second one is just over the top silly. JW gets hit by a car that should have broken his legs but nope, he's fine. Some dude crashes his motorcycle 50 yards away and the motorcycle miraculously comes sliding to a stop right at JW's feet so he can jump on and ride away. They just took it way too far in #2 imo.
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    Just remember to put your teeth in first. Happy Birthday!
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    Missouri to ban all federal gun control laws

    I'm with you. I'm no lawyer or constitutional scholar but it is my understanding that, in general, state laws can be more restrictive but not more permissive than federal laws where the two overlap.
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    Missouri to ban all federal gun control laws

    Somebody should let California know.
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    Missouri to ban all federal gun control laws

    Don't the Fed's only have jurisdiction over interstate commerce? If the guns are manufactured, purchased and reside within the state, do the Fed's have any authority to intervene? I'm sure they do somehow, supremacy clause or some such but it will be interesting to see how this plays out. I appreciate the sentiment but I don't think this stands a chance of surviving the inevitable challenges and subsequent court rulings.
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    What do you make of this??

    First thing I thought of. 😁
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    One Scary Perv

    I thought this was going to be a thread about Joe Biden.
  10. Pretty much what I said. It was designed to ensure the people of smaller, less populated states had as much say as did the people of larger, more populated states when it came to choosing a president. They were designing a system for the United States of America, not the United People of America. They wanted to make sure each state was represented fairly so they wouldn't have a reason to secede. The individual was free to leave if they wanted. I found this interesting. So those who lived with. worked with and owned slaves considered them to be people while the Northern elite considered them to be no more than property.
  11. Let's see, so far we need to abolish the Electoral College, lower the voting age, allow illegals and felons to vote, completely alter the SCOTUS.... FFS, you guys lost an election. Get over it already. Next time don't put the shittiest candidate possible on the ticket and your odds might improve a little.
  12. Feel free. "...Supporters of the Electoral College argue that it is fundamental to American federalism, that it requires candidates to appeal to voters outside large cities, increases the political influence of small states..."
  13. Somebody should tell her that the reason we have an E.C. is so the votes of the people in places like South Dakota and Montana carry the same weight as the votes of the people in places like California and New York. Or, in other words, sit down and shut up toots, the founding fathers already took care of that problem.