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Clay Bennett for March 30, 2021

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    yipp_eeee  4 months ago

    But only the ones with common sense already will take it.

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    Odon  4 months ago

    Were it just that easy.

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    Packratjohn Premium Member 4 months ago

    I hear some say, “Stick in your ass”. I say “Stick it anywhere, just as long as it works!”. Common sense is a rare but much needed commodity.

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    perryed  4 months ago

    Way to many people would refuse that particular vaccination!

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    quixotic1  4 months ago

    We’re about to find out how common it really is.

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    Funny_Ha_Ha  4 months ago

    We’re gonna need a bigger syringe.

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    Frankfreak  4 months ago

    Common sense and what really works is not always (or often) the same. IMVHO

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    Lola85 Premium Member 4 months ago

    I was going to go get my first professional haircut in over a year, so I emailed my hair stylist. I wanted to see if she had been vaccinated yet, and she said that she’s too scared to get it. This is a person who comes in contact with people all day every day, and she has a fairly large clientele of elderly women. If anyone should get vaccinated, she should be near the top of the list. I tried to gently suggest that the majority of people have little to no side effects, and I also told her that I would have to wait quite a bit longer before I would feel safe going to her. I’m fully vaccinated, but I don’t want to take the chance of getting even a mild case of it.

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    walkingmancomics  4 months ago

    I greatly fear the needle and the vial both are empty…

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    RonnieAThompson Premium Member 4 months ago

    Common sense is an endangered specie.

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    Duka  4 months ago

    Yes some people even like to advertise that they commit crimes:

    “I Was There, Washington, D.C., January 6, 2021.”— T-shirt Garret Miller was wearing when police came to his Dallas home to arrest him for his actions during attack on Capitol

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 4 months ago

    Republican men do not have common sense.

    GOP Men Are Most Likely To Say They’ll Refuse COVID-19 Vaccine

    Experts Say Lack Of Advocacy For Vaccines By Former President Donald Trump Is Likely Influencing Public Opinion

    A national poll by Marist College with NPR and PBS NewsHour last week found a “huge partisan divide” in attitudes toward the vaccine, said pollster Lee Miringoff, and one that’s most pronounced among men.

    Among all adults, 45 percent said they “will” get vaccinated and 22 percent said they already have; 30 percent said they would not get vaccinated. 47 percent of those who said they voted for Republican former President Donald Trump in November said they would not be vaccinated.

    Republican men were the most likely to say they’d refuse: 49 percent of them said they will not get vaccinated, compared to only 30 percent who said they would and 20 percent who said they already had.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 4 months ago

    If they’d sign a waiver forgoing health services (along the lines of “do not resuscitate”), I’d be totally fine with stupid MAGAdiots making their stand with tЯump☠ for freedumb.

    And many GOP governors are destined for infamy with their Dear Leader mass murderer.

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    Johnny on the Spot  4 months ago

    Well that leaves the Rethuglikkklans out.

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    ferddo  4 months ago

    Common sense appears to be uncommon… would be great if we really could inject it into people, but the alt-rights would scream about microchips…

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    dogday Premium Member 4 months ago

    “Common sense…”HHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA….oh, wait. That used to be a real thing, didn’t it?

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    PhilipOlson  4 months ago

    ferddo says, “I’ve found it interesting that many elderly folks will take the vaccine – even if they fear it because of their steady diet of Fox News – because they will do what they’re told to do… must be why entities like Fox prey on them…”

    I am elderly and I took the vaccine so I would not catch the virus. I am one of Einsteins’ insane folks, I keep explaining how science does not care about beliefs, only truths and expect the ignorant to understand this time.

    No, they are afraid to understand and so never will. Let them die, they are worse than useless, they cause damage to that which is good.

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    bakana  4 months ago

    The GQP Hates that particular Vaccine.

    They know it is targeted directly at Their Campaign Rhetoric.

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    theoldidahofox  4 months ago

    Very badly needed.

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    Mi-Tasol  4 months ago

    The rarest element on earth

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    Pat Towey Premium Member 4 months ago

    Common sense is much less common than one would imagine.

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    briangj2  4 months ago

    Well, today, the CDC reported new data that shows that under real world conditions, not just in a lab, not just extrapolating from tiny numbers of test subjects but looking at thousands of front line health workers and essential workers who have gotten vaccinated and who have since been doing their jobs and living in a real world, not only are the vaccines for those folks, thousands of them, keeping those people from getting sick from COVID themselves, those vaccines are also highly effective at preventing those people from getting infected, even with non-symptomatic infection. And if you are not infected, you can`t give it to anybody else.

    And I know this sounds like an incremental piece of news, but sit on this for a second enough to absorb what this means, right? What this means is that we can get there with vaccines. We can end this thing.

    It means that instead of a vaccine being able — excuse me, it means instead of the virus being able to hop from person to person to person to person, spreading and spreading, sickening some of them but not all of them, and the ones it doesn`t sicken don`t know they have it and they give it to mere poem because they didn`t recognize, right? Instead of the virus being able to hop from person to person to person, potentially mutating and becoming more virulent and drug resistant along the way, now we know that the vaccines work well enough that the virus stops with every vaccinated person.

    A vaccinated person gets exposed to the virus. The virus does not infect them. The virus cannot then use that person to go anywhere else. It cannot use a vaccinated person as a host to get more people.

    That means the vaccines will get us to the end of this. If we just go fast enough to get the whole population vaccinated. It`s huge news.

    https://www.msnbc.com/transcripts/transcript-rachel-maddow-show-3-29-21-n1262442

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    DEACON FRED  4 months ago

    BEAUTIFUL ILLISTRATION!! This Administration is practicing common sense and other traits that will help the common Americans!!

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    Concretionist  4 months ago

    I don’t need no steenkin’ “common sense” because I already know the truth and it’s what Qanon, Fox and Breitbart have been telling me it is all along! The whole pandemic is just a liberal plot to steal our god given rights (and guns)!

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    grumpypophobart  4 months ago

    If only it were this simple to give people common sense.

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    SouthHammond  4 months ago

    If GOP men refuse vaccination, might there be a lot fewer Republican voters in 2024?

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 4 months ago

    There is nothing more uncommon than common sense.

    Anonymous saying, dating back at least to its citation in Natural Theology (1836) by Thomas Chalmers, Bk.
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    bmburns  4 months ago

    The QOP is immune to common sense.

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    sbyrkit  4 months ago

    You all have a lot of common sense and intelligence. I love your comments!

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 4 months ago

    At least Muddy & his wife actually got vaccinated. There’s hope for even our trolls.

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