Scott Stantis for July 04, 2019


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    braindead Premium Member 11 months ago

    We would need that clause whenever Republicans control the White House and the Senate.

    Of course, it would still be ignored, because when children die in cages, it makes the deterrent stronger.


    Family Values.

    Pro ‘life’.

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    brwydave Premium Member 11 months ago

    How could the founding fathers been so dense as to ignore the coming of semiautomatic firearms, automobiles, airplanes, the pill, mass production and Donald Trump. They should be ashamed. Happy Fourth anyway.

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    Concretionist  11 months ago

    The founding fathers understood human nature as well as many and better than some. But they didn’t realize how corrupt career politicians would become. Remember: In their day, they knew that only gentlemen would have the ability to get away from working in order to work at politics, and they knew how gentlemen behaved. They expected cronyism and the like, but not outright spite. Originally, they set it up so the runner-up in the Presidential race would be the Veep: They expected people to work together for the benefit of the nation so much that they wrote it into the rules.

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    ArtyD2 Premium Member 11 months ago

    World pop 7.5 billion, some areas still doubling in only 25 years. #toomanyfkgpeople

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    jehornak  11 months ago

    A clause to not confine criminals, what’s next, we open all the prison gates and oops, our bad, you’re all free to go and create whatever mayhem you like?

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