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  1. Thread: National emergency

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    It's not the dems keeping the racist angle going....

    It's not the dems keeping the racist angle going. The racists have that under control all on their own.
  2. Thread: National emergency

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    Admittedly i’m not a lawyer. As an insurance guy...

    Admittedly i’m not a lawyer. As an insurance guy my only experience with legalish wording is that in an insurance policy if a word is in bold or italics that means ‘watch out, someone’s made up a...
  3. Thread: National emergency

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    Peter Alexander‏ sums it up pretty well with this...

    Peter Alexander‏ sums it up pretty well with this tweet...

    @PeterAlexander 5h5 hours ago
    Trump, responding to my question, concedes there’s no national emergency to justify building his wall: “I...
  4. Thread: National emergency

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    Someone needs to buy the president (and Alan) a...

    Someone needs to buy the president (and Alan) a dictionary.

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/emergency

    : an unforeseen combination of circumstances or the resulting state that calls...
  5. Thread: National emergency

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    and he could have had the whole $25b a year ago...

    and he could have had the whole $25b a year ago but he’s such a sad pathetic negotiator that he wasnt willing to guve up anything in return.

    The thing to keep in mind is that the courts will most...
  6. Thread: National emergency

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    It would be curious to look at a variety of...

    It would be curious to look at a variety of theings regarding oreviously declared ‘national emergencies’. (And for the record i think it’s appalling the numver of ‘national emergencies’ that are...
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    As W once said ‘this job would be a lot easier if...

    As W once said ‘this job would be a lot easier if i was a dictator.’ It’s a shame mitch mcconnell hates the constitution and voiced his support for this fake emergency. I suppose it’s a good thing...
  8. Not sure who's right here but it's interesting...

    Not sure who's right here but it's interesting that depending on the context some people get offended at being accused of being responsible for the actions of their ancestral dead white relatives who...
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    I suppose it’s fair to call a poll fake news....

    I suppose it’s fair to call a poll fake news. That seems to be in fashion these days. I appreciate your posts WS because they remind me that mine isnt the only bubble that exists.

    At the end of...
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    By virtue of being "not trump" they automatically...

    By virtue of being "not trump" they automatically potentially have appeal to the 57% of the voters who recently were polled and responded definitely not trump. Any one of them has the potential to...
  11. Thread: US Postage

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    It's definitely simplified my life. Everything...

    It's definitely simplified my life. Everything but my credit card is automated.
  12. Thread: US Postage

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    But more importantly, you bought a speedo for...

    But more importantly, you bought a speedo for your sweetie... That's awesome. And adorable. Do we get to see pics? :~)
  13. Thread: US Postage

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    International postage is a weird thing. ...

    International postage is a weird thing. Basically the country where something is shipped sets the rate and the country it arrives at delivers it for free. Hence all the super cheap shipping of...
  14. Thread: The stupid wall

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    If we really want people to stop coming we need...

    If we really want people to stop coming we need to incentivize good behavior by employers. Perhaps a law stating that any employer whose employees are found to be undocumented shall be required to...
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    I had to buy checks about a year ago. THe old...

    I had to buy checks about a year ago. THe old ones had my NYC address that I hadn't lived at for 14 years so I guess I don't write many checks! The new ones cost almost $.35 apiece. Between that...
  16. Depending on your age it may not happen before...

    Depending on your age it may not happen before you retire. And if you are a nurse, as opposed to tge surgeon it will probably take even longer before it happens. But remote medical work is definitely...
  17. There’s certainly precedent in US history of...

    There’s certainly precedent in US history of requiring sacrafice. During WWII for instance many goods were rationed so they could ve used in the war effort. I remember my father telling me that he...
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    I look at their past record on the issues, what...

    I look at their past record on the issues, what they plan to focus on if they get elected, etc. I don't particularly care about their gender, etc. one of the good things about the Upcoming D primary...
  19. Perspective. And you too bae... ...

    Perspective. And you too bae...

    https://www.vox.com/2019/2/8/18215774/green-new-deal-high-speed-train-air-travel
  20. Good point, although the plan is not that we...

    Good point, although the plan is not that we should all stay home, it's that we should have high speed rail to replace a lot of trips that currently happen on planes. Personally I'd much rather take...
  21. It does appear that an agreement has tentatively...

    It does appear that an agreement has tentatively been reached. Considering how desperately both sides want to avoid a shutdown I'm not surprised. But Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh haven't weighed...
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    I wish you'd warned me that you were going to...

    I wish you'd warned me that you were going to make a joke. I just snorted coffee all over my keyboard.
  23. Thread: The stupid wall

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    The stupid wall

    Is now becoming the stupid dangerous wall.

    https://www.azcentral.com/story/opinion/op-ed/laurieroberts/2019/02/07/forget-trumps-border-wall-what-his-concertina-wire-nogales/2806020002/
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    According to the good folks at proflowers.com the...

    According to the good folks at proflowers.com the best way to preserve cut flowers is to stick them in the fridge every night. The second best is to give them a little soda.
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    The difficulty, or lack thereof, depends on where...

    The difficulty, or lack thereof, depends on where one lives. In texas, as jane mentions, quite difficult, especially if one is poor and the requirements turn it into a multiday process. In NYC,...
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