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  2. Wait until this plays out in the NFL, and someone has to forfeit a game because of COVID protocol originating with an unvaccinated player. All his teammates will lose their game check, too. How do you think that will go down in the locker room?
  3. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9818503/FORTY-percent-new-COVID-cases-Missouri-Texas-Florida.html Alabama Governor Kay Ivey hit out at Americans who have refused to get vaccinated on Thursday 'It's time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks, not the regular folks. It's the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down,' Ivey, a Republican, told reporters It came as cases have nearly tripled across the nation in the past three weeks as the Delta variant spreads Alabama and other states in the South have been hit hardest due to their lower vaccination rates
  4. SF has opined since last March that Dr. Fauci is a brilliant bureaucrat who has the ability to spin both sides of the argument as the truth depending on the question or topic at hand. I have felt sooner or later he would get caught up in a situation like this where he was attempting to justify something questionable. (IMHO) In this situation before the Senate he realized he overplayed his hand relative to the funding Senator Paul is questioning, and his answer was a definite denial and a brazen rebuke of the Senator by telling him he doesn't know what he is talking about. Bottom
  5. https://www.dailywire.com/news/rand-paul-im-making-criminal-referral-to-doj-for-anthony-fauci-because-he-has-lied-to-congress?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=benshapiro&fbclid=IwAR33NY5yUcZS0WMhBSBnnuN0_DZVs9tB6I9QcH22l3qUqpddNDrIkxnSH7k Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) announced on Tuesday night that he is referring Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the chief medical advisor to the president, to the Department of Justice for criminal investigation because Fauci has allegedly lied to Congress.
  6. A 52 minute long Youtube vid is not on my list of "gotta do that" today. Especially if the topic is "Racist History of Austerity Politics". Everyone knows there were mistakes made getting the US to the place it is today.
  7. @swordfish and @Muda69 I recommend watching this starting at 19mins.
  8. https://www.tmnews.com/story/sports/2021/07/19/donnie-lambrecht-passes-covid-19-bnl-track-field/8014257002/ From the article: RIP Coach Lambrecht. I went to school with both of his kids- his son is a year younger than me, and his daughter is a year older than me. Coach Lambrecht was one of the best. My father is over 10 years older than Coach Lambrecht.
  9. Experts Warn Accurate News Articles Are Misinformation if They Support Conservative Views https://reason.com/2021/07/19/experts-warn-accurate-news-articles-are-misinformation-if-they-support-conservative-views/ This story provides a useful example of this phenomenon, though probably not the one Parks intends. The entire piece hinges on "Facebook engagement" data, which is just one of many measures of a story's impact; hilariously, it doesn't even indicate whether the piece was even read. It's a measure not just of who clicked a link, but who liked, shared, or commented on a Fac
  10. SF kinda thinks DE just learned "libel" and "defamation" and was looking for a chance to use those words...... BTW - I kinda think the old gal I talked to in 1990 (I mistakenly typed 2020 in that post, btw - the next election after my father's passing was 1990) is probably passed on now 31 years later.
  11. Federalizing Elections Doesn't Make Much Sense and Won't Save Democracy https://reason.com/2021/06/23/federalizing-elections-wont-save-democracy/ Agreed. Federal micromanagement is bad, an anathema to the federalism on which this great country was founded.
  12. The character of the individuals who manage the voter rolls wherever @swordfish lives.
  13. He's making a claim that borders on character defamation, and he has not provided evidence.
  14. Ok, you are at least with it, a little bit. ... and you also live in a fantasy world.
  15. https://nypost.com/2021/07/18/media-silence-on-kamala-harris-meeting-with-infected-texas-dems/ Imagine if three Republican lawmakers who fled a state, flying maskless in a private jet rather than voting on a bill they didn’t like, caught COVID. And they met with a Republican vice president who then refused to even be tested for the virus. The media would lose their minds. Reckless lawmakers subverting democracy, spreading the Delta variant, and an administration trying to hide the truth! Of course, you don’t need to imagine the scenario. Three Texas lawmakers
  16. At my age, I kinda already know voter registration is local. I still believe (and will probably not be persuaded otherwise) that the Democrat party (in each of the states still currently under audit) was implicit in figuring a way to steal the election and was successful in their execution. BTW - is sharing a personally held opinion bordering on libel? We all better just close the OOB then........and never speak to anyone - ever again......Come on DE.....
  17. Voter rolls are controlled by State governments, ultimately. Your allegation borders on libel, but I'm presuming you are ignorant of how voter registration works.
  18. 1) What does it matter? Fraud is fraud. 2) I felt it had more to do with the local politics back then. Either way, my father was in his grave for almost 2 years, yet was still able to vote?
  19. And those Jim Crow Democrats became Republicans- just like Strom Thurmond.
  20. Don't you live in Indiana? Isn't Indiana a Republican State?
  21. I believe this - The Democrat party stole the 2020 election by using the loopholes in the voting system to place unchecked and unverified votes from people on the voter roles who actually didn't even show up to vote. Pretty hard to prove anything was illegal without physically going to each voter to verify. These loopholes in the system are being closed with common sense laws meant to ensure that anyone who can LEGALLY cast a vote can actually do it securely and those that don't want to won't have to worry about it. Case in point, my father passed away in 1988. When I showed up to vote

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