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    You called me out by name last week on this "Trump's own lawyers haven't completely thrown his shitbag defense under the bus" bullsh*t lie. So I went and did the research, spending a long time doing so. I made a long ass post about it in that thread. A post you ignored, as predicated, and here you are back at the very same well tossing out that very same accusation. Who is the intend audience of this line? The only person smelling your farts in this thread is you. Every single person reading this thread, including every single person predisposed to agreeing with you, because they lovingly schlurp the same MSM turds as you, saw for themselves and knows full well what you did last week. Really, now. I'm "better than this?" That's the exact same bait that you used last week to wrangle a whole afternoon out of me, debunking that obviously MSM bullsh*t story about Trump's lawyer Sydney Powell, twisting the "no reasonable person" line out of context, pretending she recanted, and then ignored my response. And you are continuing to do so. In that instance, I did take the bait and went along because, 1) I hadn't done so in a while, 2) because it needed to be done, and 3) because it such a beautifully delivered hanging curveball, right in my wheelhouse, such that I knew if I took the time, I could park the focker in the right field bleachers. When you catch me in the right mood, I'll go along as I'm often a willing sucker for that sort of thing. What I don't appreciate you going back there again so soon after brazenly ignoring what I had to say last time and repeating the same debunked sh*t. You called me out by name, then swam away, and here you are back, a week later calling me out again baiting me with the exact same hook. I don't appreciate it. I thought YOU were better than this. Researching and debunking every bullsh*t lie that catches your fancy at the NYTimes IS NOT my job. It is is exhausting and time consuming. I did want to have, and continue to want to have, that Sydney Powell conversation. My time is not yours to consume. So if you don't want to have a conversation with me about a topic, don't invite me out by name to have one. I showed up. I did my homework, and yours for you too, last week. And you ran away like a b*tch from the conversation and now are back in here in this forum a week later, strutting around like a peacock with no feathers and not even a pea for a cawk, repeating the exact same bullsh*t story, pretending that that last week didn't happen, oblivious to the fact that everyone here saw what you did, knows full well what you did, and sees you for the cowardly POS that you are. You want to call me out by name? Focking bring it or shut the fock up. Do you want to prove me wrong? Please do. You repeated again in this post what got it all started, that "Trump's own lawyers haven't completely thrown his shitbag defense under the bus" just like you did last week. I still want to talk about. Why don't you show us all where she said that, you spineless, low informed, cowardly piece of Rachel Maddow dung.. Get off your ass and look. You can find the argument that got the MSM all clutching their pearls here: https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/20520809/sidney-powell-court-filing.pdf The "no reasonable person" line is on page 27 - page 37 of the pdf. You can already know full well where I'm going to go with it too, my cards are already laid upward on the table,. all you have to do is find my response to it in your thread from last week. Bring it this time. Now that you've made me do my homework, I want very much to talk about this issue.
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    Obviously it's the the liberals that appear to accept them, but do they really fear them? Here are the rules/ideas: (From Fox News) 1. Money is a construct. It can be created from thin air. Annual deficits and aggregate national debt no longer matter much. Prior presidents ran up huge annual deficits, but at least there were some concessions that the money was real and had to be paid back. Not now. As we near $30 trillion in national debt and 110 percent of annual GDP, our elites either believe permanent zero interest rates make the cascading obligation irrelevant, or the larger the debt, the more likely we will be forced to address needed income redistribution. 2. Laws are not necessarily binding anymore. Joe Biden took an oath to "take care that the laws be faithfully executed." But he has willfully rendered federal immigration laws null and void. Some rioters are prosecuted for violating federal laws, others not so much. Arrests, prosecutions and trials are all fluid. Ideology governs when a law is still considered a law. Crime rates do not necessarily matter. If someone is carjacked, assaulted or shot, it can be understood to be as much the victim’s fault as the perpetrator’s. Either the victim was too lax, uncaring and insensitive, or he provoked his attacker. How useful the crime is to the larger agendas of the left determines whether a victim is really a victim, and the victimizer really a victimizer. 3. Racialism is now acceptable. We are defined first by our ethnicity or religion, and only secondarily — if at all — by an American commonality. The explicit exclusion of whites from college dorms, safe spaces and federal aid programs is now noncontroversial. It is unspoken payback for perceived past sins, or a type of "good" racism. Falsely being called a racist makes one more guilty than falsely calling someone else a racist. 4. The immigrant is mostly preferable to the citizen. The newcomer, unlike the host, is not stained by the sins of America’s founding and history. Most citizens currently must follow quarantine rules and social distancing, stay out of school and obey all the laws. Yet those entering the United States illegally need not follow such apparently superfluous COVID-19 rules. Their children should be immediately schooled without worry of quarantine. Immigrants need not worry about their illegal entry or residence in America. Our elites believe illegal entrants more closely resemble the "founders" than do legal citizens, about half of whom they consider irredeemable. 5. Most Americans should be treated as we would treat little children. They cannot be asked to provide an ID to vote. "Noble lies" by our elites about COVID-19 rules are necessary to protect "Neanderthals" from themselves. Americans deserve relief from the stress of grades, standardized testing and normative rules of school behavior. They still are clueless about why it is good for them to pay far more for their gasoline, heating and air conditioning. 6. Hypocrisy is passé. Virtue-signaling is alive. Climate change activists fly on private jets. Social justice warriors live in gated communities. Multibillionaire elitists pose as victims of sexism, racism and homophobia. The elite need these exemptions to help the helpless. It is what you say to lesser others about how to live, not how you yourself live, that matters. 7. Ignoring or perpetuating homelessness is preferable to ending it. It is more humane to let thousands of homeless people live, eat, defecate and use drugs on public streets and sidewalks than it is to green-light affordable housing, mandate hospitalization for the mentally ill and create sufficient public shelter areas. 8. McCarthyism is good. Destroying lives and careers for incorrect thoughts saves more lives and careers. Cancel culture and the Twitter Reign of Terror provide needed deterrence.Now that Americans know they are one wrong word, act or look away from losing their livelihoods, they are more careful and will behave in a more enlightened fashion. The social media guillotine is the humane, scientific tool of the woke. 9. Ignorance is preferable to knowledge. Neither statue-toppling, nor name-changing, nor the 1619 Project require any evidence or historical knowledge. Heroes of the past were simple constructs. Undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees reflect credentials, not knowledge. The brand, not what created it, is all that matters. 10. Wokeness is the new religion, growing faster and larger than Christianity. Its priesthood outnumbers the clergy and exercises far more power. Silicon Valley is the new Vatican, and Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter are the new gospels.
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    As far as conspiracy theories go, this one is well put together. I’m not convinced the conclusions drawn are accurate, but the pieces arrange and there are things to consider.
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    Attorneys representing the lawyer Sidney Powell filed a motion Monday to dismiss a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems, arguing her conspiracy theories about the election-technology company should not have been taken literally. Unless you're a retard previously booted from FBG
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    here lets give money to illegals so they have money to give to coyotes so they can get here and get more free money
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    Congrats WW and congrats Hideki I had Rahm 22-1 for best 4th round score so that eased the pain gambling-wise this week
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    Masters Standings Final 1. Wonder -13 (-6, -4, -3) 2. Lager -12 (-9, -3, E) 3. Cruz -11 (-7, -5, +1) 4. Fumble -11 (-7, -4, E) 5. KSB -10 (-10, -2, +2) 6. Alias -3 (-1, -1, -1) 7. Cloaca E (-2, E, +2) 8. Dain +10 (-2, +1, +11)
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    The rumor is they finally bought and are announcing next month.
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    Two phenomenal covers I found lately.
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    Other: Firearm training when I was 11 years old. Didn't have any bad habits to un-learn.
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    I was up to a bottle of wine almost every night for awhile. Decided to stop about 5 months ago. Haven't had a drop since.
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    The dude’s been a scammer his whole life. How is this a surprise?
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    ...this from the same guys who couldn't wait to stop talking about George Junior and rums field and Cheney after they royally screwed the pooch. Oh that thing? That is so yesterday! But but obama! Blather rinse repeat. Lol
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    You should take humor pill and be funny for once in life.
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    Man, if you’re still on Twitter or Facebook or any of that crap you’re a complete fool.
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    WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States is considering a conditional cash transfer program to help address economic woes that lead migrants from certain Central American countries to trek north, as well as sending COVID-19 vaccines to those countries, a senior White House official told Reuters on Friday. How is this real? Do these idiots have a competition to see who can come up with the dumbest idea? Winner gets an executive order from King Biden... This administration is far worse than anything we could have ever imagined
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    I vote for Giantsfan, I think this has been his best decade of posting.
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    I just want to say that there is excellent use of color, white space, and font size in this thread.