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Spin Zone / Re: Who is that red head AZ senator?
« on: Today at 11:07:35 AM »
Are you trying to trigger Anthony now that he knows Kristi Noem is a GMILF?  I recall he likes blonds, but probably redheads too.

Personally every redhead I’ve known is batshit crazy.

Wasn’t trying to but it’s not a bad goal.  ;D

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Spin Zone / Re: Who is that red head AZ senator?
« on: Today at 08:12:25 AM »
#america1stparty

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Spin Zone / Re: Media bias is a myth
« on: November 30, 2020, 03:01:12 PM »
Probably just sightseeing before the Germans mostly peacefully bombed it.
“Nothing is over until WE decide it is.”

Bluto Blutarsky
US Senator and noted historian

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Spin Zone / Re: What Is The Proper Punishment For Election Stealing?
« on: November 28, 2020, 02:26:11 PM »
The Democrats aren't doing a thing about public opinion, they already have it.  They won the election and Republicans have failed to show anything substantial that changes that.  All Trump is doing right now is rearranging deck chairs and screwing up how people view him. 

 So what's the issue with letting the President have his day in court?   Shouldn't he be afforded the same rights as anyone else?

 BTW, in case you missed it, https://justthenews.com/government/courts-law/pennsylvania-judge-says-plaintiffs-have-viable-claim-state-mail-ballot-rule.

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A state judge in Pennsylvania is upholding her earlier injunction against the state's certification of the 2020 election results, stating that a lawsuit alleging the unconstitutionality of a state ballot rule is "likel[y] to succeed" on its own merits.

In the ruling Friday nights , Judge Patricia McCullough stipulated that her earlier temporary injunction against the state's elecion certification process was valid and should be enforced.

The lawsuit on which McCullough made the initial injunction argued that the Pennsylvania legislature's Act 77, passed last year,  "contravene[d] the requirements of the Pennsylvania Constitution." That act, the petitioners claimed, constituted "an attempt by the legislature to fundamentally overhaul the Pennsylvania voting system and permit universal, no-excuse, mail-in voting absent any constitutional authority," as McCullough summarized the petitioners' argument in her Friday ruling.

The petitioners, McCullough writes in the ruling, "appear to have established a likelihood to succeed on the merits because Petitioners have asserted the Constitution does not provide a mechanism for the legislature to allow for expansion of absentee voting without a constitutional amendment."

The Pennsylvania Department of State's office on Tuesday announced that it had certified the presidential and vice presidential election results in Pennsylvania, though McCullough in her ruling noted that there were numerous steps to be taken to officially finalize that certification in state records.

"[T]he emergency preliminary injunction was properly issued," the ruling states, "and should be upheld pending an expedited emergency evidentiary hearing."


Like I've said before, the gentlemanly thing to do was to concede a while ago.  No surprise he hasn't.

 Why concede before all options are run out?   Again, all the Trump team has to do is present it's allegations and evidence, which only needs a preponderance of the evidence before a judge.   The burden of proof will be on the democrats to disprove it.

 Notice which side is panicking at the moment?   Says it all.

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Spin Zone / Re: What Is The Proper Punishment For Election Stealing?
« on: November 28, 2020, 01:50:34 AM »
No. You do both. If there was evidence, they would also be publishing it it to gain support because winning public support is at least as important as winning the court case. There isn’t and that is telling of the outcome of the legal case.

I think in your anger and grief, you’re projecting.  It might be more successful of you stopped trying to set up straw men because you don’t like the facts I’m pointing out.

The only case I’ve heard with any merit is the PA procedural case over absentee voting expansion.  The PA gov screwed the pooch on this one, but what is the relief? 

See how that works?  I agree that PA is a mess and probably unable to certify who really won. That is public opinion AND courts.

The dims want this fought in the court of public opinion because they have the machine of the MSM to carry them through.  A “no lose” fight. 

Plus, in the court of public opinion it doesn’t carry the weight of law.   Using the actual legal system they can actually lose.  And to add to that, they (the dims) know they are on the losing side of the argument since now the burden of proof shifts to them.   With a court of public opinion they control the narrative and simply do what you have been doing, which is ignore evidence and claim it’s all untrue. Fortunately they can’t do that in a real court of law.

The rule of law will prevail.   And we know how the dims hate the courts when they can’t control the outcome.   As for the fraud allegations?   The burden of proof is on them to disprove the allegations. 

The dims were way to sloppy in their exuberance to steal an election, and it’s coming back to bite them in ways they never imagined.

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Spin Zone / Re: President Elect Lucifer
« on: November 27, 2020, 10:00:19 AM »
My husband says we have to use the left’s tactics back at them. Difficult to do when you have a soul ...

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Spin Zone / Re: President Elect Lucifer
« on: November 27, 2020, 09:42:28 AM »
I wonder if I would get banned if I did the same thing on POA....


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Spin Zone / Re: Media bias is a myth
« on: November 27, 2020, 08:23:31 AM »
27 Nov AP "article" has the following statement:

"as he [President Trump] spent his Thanksgiving renewing baseless[emphasis mine] claims that 'massive fraud' and crooked officials in battlegrounds caused his election defeat"


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Spin Zone / Re: Happy Thanksgiviing
« on: November 27, 2020, 04:23:35 AM »
Damn funny looking turkeys you got there!

(Must be 20,000 calories of protein.)

We decided to replace all the veggies with extra lobster tail.

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Spin Zone / Re: any bets on when this one gets locked?
« on: November 26, 2020, 07:17:09 AM »
You're alive Joe, thankfully, so maybe make a New Years Resolution to live a healthier lifestyle?  Or not.  The beauty is that is YOUR CHOICE.  You have probably the best GA plane ever made, so there's that.   :)

Not only is it your choice, but it's your choice to make the optimal decision for you, based on your judgement criteria.  That gets missed so often.  What someone else values, even what someone else values for your health, may conflict with what you value.  We each set that balance for ourselves.

I've often told progressives that I will sign up to let them rule my life if they can do just one thing for me - ensure I will be happy.  Most of the time they get a funny look on their face and say "sure, what is that?".  Hey, if you don't know that already, you've got no business telling me what to do.

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Spin Zone / Re: any bets on when this one gets locked?
« on: November 25, 2020, 02:48:21 PM »
The house that backs up to our next door neighbors house, the couple there both got it. She recovered, he died. I never met them, I think they were in their 70s. I don’t know if he had comorbidities. They got it because they had a gathering of family or something after the hurricane, they had some damage, I guess people were helping them clean up. These are the first in our whole neighborhood that’s gotten it that I know of. A few people at Mark’s work got it, but no one Mark has real close contact with, so he doesn’t have to be tested. But the guys that worked closely with those guys have to quarantine at home, and they can’t remote, they’re boiler operators. They’re having to call back people from vacation or something to cover them.

That’s all. Maybe we will eventually get some big wave here but we’ve had 9 months now of economic ruin all for nothing. If we eventually get overrun with it, I wish we had gone ahead and did it last March and got it over with, instead of shutting everything down. So fucking stupid.

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Spin Zone / Re: any bets on when this one gets locked?
« on: November 25, 2020, 11:26:12 AM »
I still think it hysterical that you guys regard a little scrap of cloth you put over your face as tyranny.  I wouldn't have guessed that in a hundred years.  You guys must never have seen the sign "no shirt, no shoes, no service".  Those are scraps of cloth too.  Tyranny!

You missed the post about grocery stores being closed in New Mexico and people standing in long lines for food like it was Soviet Russia? Bernie Sanders outright said that’s a good thing, I suppose you don’t think that’s a problem either. Totalitarian collectivism for the win!

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