Awesomesauce!

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There’s no reason why a rigged Supreme Court should have the final say on the law of our land.

Congratulations. You have just met the fact pattern necessary for prosecution for sedition - to wit, publicly advocating for the overthrow of the United States.

If you think the Constitution needs changing, there are methods available to do so, and, in fact, it has been changed (on average) once every decade or so. But demanding that it just be tossed out because you keep losing the public discourse is something else entirely.

If people don't like what you are suggesting, CHANGE YOUR SUGGESTIONS. Otherwise, get used to losing. If you want to move to more physical methods, that becomes treason, and there is a (final) solution for that, too. Just not one you will like.

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Just a casual reminder that individuals paying less to the government (through lowered taxes) is NOT a "cost" to the government, any more than your boss cutting your work hours is a "cost" to you. It just means you have less money to spend on stuff and will have to cut your own spending to match it. And anyone who thinks that the Federal government is supposed to play Robin Hood hasn't read the Constitution. It's "Our Father in Heaven" to whom you pray for your daily bread, not your elected representatives in DC.

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This would be hilarious if it weren't true.

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She seems nice.

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An effort to put Colin Kaepernick in the Pro Football Hall of Fame is getting support on the pages of USA Today.

Pat Tillman sacrificed his career for the chance to defend his country. Put HIM in the Hall of Fame, then we'll talk about a third-string quarterback who wasn't even bothering to dress out when he was asked why he wasn't standing for the National Anthem. He needed an excuse, and came up with "Racism".

I've got a bad knee, a bum shoulder and increasingly bad eyesight, but I could have a 1-10 record in the NFL. Put ME in the Hall of Fame. Kaepernick just needs to go buy his Wendy's franchise already.

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Tabulated data on provisional COVID-19 deaths by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin, and comorbidities. Also includes an index of state-level and county-level mortality data available for download.

As of August 22 (the ending of the last data set available), there were 161,392 deaths reported from the Kung Flu. I now quote from the CDC's quietly released report:

"Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups."

To quote Inigo Montoya, "Let me explain... no, there is too much. Let me sum up."

On average, that's an additional 2.6 contributing conditions (ranging from diabetes to pneumonia to dementia to malignant tumors), PER PERSON, for the 94% who died WITH the WuFlu (as opposed to dying BECAUSE of it), and 79% of them were 65 and older. Half of THOSE came from only three States (NY, CA & WA) - all of which are heavily Democrat, and whose Governors could be prosecuted for second-degree murder for their actions and policies.

We have gone through all of this cockamamie bullshit over a bad flu season.

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Terrell Owens says he is terrified to be a black man in America after the shooting of Jacob Blake.

Blacks are killed by other blacks at a rate that is orders of magnitude above cops killing unarmed black men. Last year, there were 19 unarmed black men killed, out of 10 MILLION interactions. Just for the record, that is a success rate of 99.998%+. Can the black communities in Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, NYC or DC say as much?

Prove me wrong.

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Will she revert to being just an "Indian-American" after she loses? Or is this a case of "once you go black, you never go back"?

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Many Black progressives weren't fans of Kamala Harris. But President Trump's racist attacks have proved exactly why supporting her is necessary.

Love how he's portraying Kamala as both Black and moderate, when she has never been either.

And I would LOVE to see the specific statements against her that he claims are racist, so we can see for ourselves. "Nasty" and "madwoman" are not racial insults, they speak to the content of her character. (I know, how right-wing do you have to be to think of character as important?)

Oh, right, she was Indian-American (the first, as everyone then was proud of saying) when sworn into the Senate 3 1/2 years ago, but we gotta have a black woman as VP, so suddenly she's black.

Pathetic.

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