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Recent content by natman

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    US approaches a One Party Totalitarian Dictatorship

    As I recall it did resume the next day and completed its mission.
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    Who actually pays taxes in America. Latest data from 2020.

    Better. I'd say that both you and the OP should make your point and then back it up with some actual data, rather than vague generalizations. This should have been your first reply.
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    US approaches a One Party Totalitarian Dictatorship

    Get a grip. Democracy was nowhere near ending on Jan 6th. Out of tens of thousands of demonstrators, a few hundred rioted and entered the Capitol. Out of that few hundred a handful - you can count them on your fingers - are being investigated - not even charged, much less convicted - of having...
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    Who actually pays taxes in America. Latest data from 2020.

    Obviously. But 2020 is still the most recent data available. The OP's point, which you seem to have missed, is that the Biden administration is claiming one thing about who is paying what and the actual data says another. The fact that it's a different administration in 2021 is irrelevant.
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    Who actually pays taxes in America. Latest data from 2020.

    Well since 2021 tax data isn't available yet, what with it still being 2021 and all, yes it does make sense to use the latest data that is available.
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    gun holsters

    https://aliengearholsters.com/taurus-pt92-with-rail-paddle-holster.html?utm_source=google_shopping&gclid=CjwKCAjwhaaKBhBcEiwA8acsHPavLbreNX9XR0ESidchAU1Mkv6nxGkwyPNPmjb_0FcM_CjcE2YQpBoCY0gQAvD_BwE...
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    US approaches a One Party Totalitarian Dictatorship

    Oh, really? Which party insulted and threatened the Supreme Court because they feared that SCOTUS wouldn't rule the way they wanted them to? The Democrats. Which party is trying to do away with the constitutionally mandated Electoral College? The Democrats. Which party is doing everything they...
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    US approaches a One Party Totalitarian Dictatorship

    What is supposedly concern about the right installing a one party totalitarian dictatorship is in fact a frustrated sour grapes rant that the divisions of power and different styles of elections deliberately built into the Constitution to prevent a one party tyranny are working. Right now we...
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    My biggest pet peeve in gun debates

    I hate to indulge you in your obvious attempt to change the subject, but the notion that leftists "accept the results of elections we lost" is pretty funny, when you reflect on the four years of whining we just endured and the perennial "the Electoral College is a poo-poo head" threads that are...
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    My biggest pet peeve in gun debates

    The "regulate like cars" argument ignores that gun ownership is an explicitly enumerated constitutional right, comparable to the right to free speech or freedom of religion. Car ownership is not.
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    My biggest pet peeve in gun debates

    I don't doubt that they would lie and distort what the PLCAA is about, but the point was that even though it was passed in 2005, it was in response to lawsuits and legal maneuvers made in the 90s (among them the Clinton's illegal threats). They didn't lie about that.
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    My biggest pet peeve in gun debates

    True, the PLCAA was not a direct immediate response solely to the Clinton's illegal attempts to strong arm the gun industry, but they were part of the legal climate in the 90s that prompted the eventual passage of the PLCAA: What is the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act? The Protection...
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    Woman fatally shoots suspected ‘peeping Tom’ outside bedroom window

    V.P. BIDEN: Well, the way in which we measure it is–I think most scholars would say–is that as long as you have a weapon sufficient to be able to provide your self-defense. I did one of these town-hall meetings on the Internet and one guy said, “Well, what happens when the end days come? What...
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    My biggest pet peeve in gun debates

    Yes, but.... The Clinton administration threatened to sue gun manufacturers endlessly if they didn't follow tighter distribution procedures and other changes the administration wanted. These new procedures had no legal basis; the Clintons were grossly abusing executive power. The manufacturers...
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    Right wingers, do you want trump to run in 2024?

    There is plenty of room between over 35 and over 70 for viable candidates.
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