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Steely_D

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 4:04pm




Programming Alert: Tony Bobulinski will join "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Fox News Channel tonight at 8 p.m. ET

Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, will tell "Tucker Carlson Tonight" in an exclusive interview Tuesday evening that Joe Biden's denials of knowledge or involvement in his son's foreign dealings are "a blatant lie."

 

Except if it were legit, it would be something heard everywhere, not just on BowTie Boy's private playroom.

Remember Tony's been wanting attention for this for weeks now, and no one's biting on it except the guy who wants red eyes watching so he can sell adverts.
islander

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 3:52pm



 Steely_D wrote:


 islander wrote:


 KarmaKarma wrote:
Tomorrow morning ... big news coming. 
 

Which time zone?  Waiting to see the perp walk.  
 

By saying something vague like "big news" it leaves the prophecy open to any interpretation. Standard useless stuff.
 

No, Karma^2 wouldn't do that to us. Just look at the story he put up to corroborate the claim.... it's right here.... somewhere.... must be.....  Maybe they are saving it for  *right* before the election. 
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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 3:42pm

Programming Alert: Tony Bobulinski will join "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Fox News Channel tonight at 8 p.m. ET

Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, will tell "Tucker Carlson Tonight" in an exclusive interview Tuesday evening that Joe Biden's denials of knowledge or involvement in his son's foreign dealings are "a blatant lie."

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 1:46pm

Not gonna happen.

Maybe a COVID Commission.
Steely_D

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 1:36pm



 haresfur wrote:


what matters is that he is not proposing revenge. You call it revenge, I call it attempting to keep the corruption from happening again. 

 

Yep. Now the snowflakes that ran roughshod over the poor and helpless, taking away their vote, raking in cash, will be brought to task. The mistake will be leniency, which is a nasty habit.

Business/Capitalism isn't emotional; it's cold-blooded and only cares about profit.

Similarly, setting standards by which the folks running the nation are no longer able to
put their children in power,
fire wantonly those who disagree with them,
profit off the necessary meetings of the government, and
ignore the right of the citizenry - setting standards that make sure the nation is thoughtful and compassionate - should be similarly objective and well-defined and comprehensive so that this mistake never happens again.

Because who loses when this sort of administration has power? 
All of you reading who aren't rich, male, and white.
haresfur

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 12:51pm



 kurtster wrote:


What you cite does not resemble what Reich has proposed which is a purely partisan review of things done by Trump, only. It is not a bilateral proposal looking at all sides. You are simply falling for a name that does not even resemble the original you cited, nor its intent. That and your POV that only one side of this equation is at fault makes your assumptions faulty in rebutting this proposal, which if Biden does win, is highly likely to go forward. Revenge is not a well tempered instrument.

 
You have no basis to say that is not what he proposed, any more than you have a basis for saying he is proposing re-education camps. 

As far as my pov, I say bring it on. Let's look at all the ways Obama directed the government spend money at his businesses. Let's look at all the ways Obama used his presidency to shield himself from legal action. Let's look at the ways he ignored intelligence and was influenced by Russia. Let's look into the deep state - oops already been done by a partisan Attorney General who acts like the President's personal lawyer and is part of what should be looked into.

Besides, my pov is of no significance - what matters is that he is not proposing revenge. You call it revenge, I call it attempting to keep the corruption from happening again. 

Steely_D

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 12:12pm


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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:59am

 rgio wrote:
 kurtster wrote:

No, I'm thanking all the men and women who fought and died to preserve this country and my right to vote.
 
Fools and suckers....just ask the guy fighting to prevent as many as possible from exercising their rights.
 
Generalissimo "Bone Spurs" Trump approves! (Mad Dog was already taken)

Steely_D

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:38am



 cc_rider wrote:


I never imagined I would want Rick Perry back. Wow.
c.

 


rgio

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:34am



 kurtster wrote:

No, I'm thanking all the men and women who fought and died to preserve this country and my right to vote.
 
Fools and suckers....just ask the guy fighting to prevent as many as possible from exercising their rights.

ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:26am



 Lazy8 wrote:
westslope wrote:
 How to make a guy feel jealous or what!?!!  

I voted in British Columbia's election last Saturday morning.   I hiked to the polling booth (~25 minute scramble down a dry gulch/walk).   It was -8C or ~17F.  I was wearing synthetic underwear top and bottom, a wool hat with ear flaps, heavy fleece gloves, a fleece vest and an old goretex biking jacket (with reflective stripes on it).  

Two days earlier we had received the biggest dump of snow that this semi-arid area has received in roughly half a century.  (!)  

Dear American friends:  When the Republicans sweep all three institutions  and many of you start lining up at the border, just understand what you are getting into.  The local Lions or Rotary Club might be there to hand out parkas and Canadians will not separate families but still......  Are you ready to make that sacrifice?


BTW -8C is +17F, not -17F.

It was -20F (-29C) here yesterday morning, so no whining.
 

Fernie, here I come! 

kurtster

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:22am

 rgio wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

I will vote in person on election day.  It is what I always intended to do.  It is the only way I have ever voted and will continue to do so.
 
So be sure to thank everyone that is reducing your wait times and making it possible for you to vote on Nov 3rd.  I appreciate in Ohio you probably have a polling place every few feet, but in states where the Republicans are worried about actually collecting and counting votes, delays at the one polling station per million (or 4 million in Houston) is an issue.

 
No, I'm thanking all the men and women who fought and died to preserve this country and my right to vote.
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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:18am



 Steely_D wrote:


 rgio wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

I will vote in person on election day.  It is what I always intended to do.  It is the only way I have ever voted and will continue to do so.
 
So be sure to thank everyone that is reducing your wait times and making it possible for you to vote on Nov 3rd.  I appreciate in Ohio you probably have a polling place every few feet, but in states where the Republicans are worried about actually collecting and counting votes, delays at the one polling station per million (or 4 million in Houston) is an issue.

 

Besides the idea that the administration is making voting harder, not easier (why would they do that, hmm?)

in a state that's rural, and theoretically GOP, why limit voting in person to one site per county? Seems strange and designed to keep anyone from casting a ballot that has a home on the range.
 
That little twist our Guv put in place is ludicrous. Texas has ~254(?) counties. Some counties have tens of millions of people in them (Houston area, for example). The second-least populated county in the entire U.S. is in Texas, with about 120 residents. (a county in Hawaii has only 88 or so) But sure, having only ONE drop-off box for both sorts of counties makes complete sense.

There are counties in Texas that are larger than the entire state of Rhode Island. Turns out there's 41 of 'em! But yeah, sure Harris County (~4.5M) has the exact same needs as Loving County (~130 brave souls). Sounds legit to me.

I never imagined I would want Rick Perry back. Wow.
c.

kurtster

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:18am

 kcar wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

Interesting response.  Yeah, my right to stand on line in the order of my arrival to do something lawful.  It is when someone cuts in front of you or comes and takes you out of that line is the beginning of the end.

ymmv ...
 

Be careful, stud. You and I spar but I really don’t want you to catch Covid

Btw, Have you checked out Jo Jorgenson? The Libertarians might be right for you! 

If Biden wins, I promise to write you at your re-education camp in the Gobi Desert. 
 
I am (my profession) classified as an essential worker / healthcare provider.  I have been back at work since August dealing with people as they come through the door, touching them, on their faces, their glasses, getting face to face within 6 inches taking measurements.  I'm over it.  I am not in fear of going to work and getting sick.  The risk is the same for CV 19 or the seasonal flu, both of which can kill me.  While I do appreciate your concern for me, sometimes you just gotta suck it up and put your strap (or mask) on and go out and face the world as it is.  My life has little changed since this all began other than not working from March 15 to August.  Just added masks and gloves to it.  Never stopped doing the grocery shopping and the necessary errands.

I am not playing the hero or trying to.  I am able to work and must work in order to make ends meet.  I have no choice in the matter.  Fortunately I have a gig that I can do as long as I can stand up and make coherent sentences.   That and we had to get a new car and with it a six year loan.  I will be lucky to live longer than the loan as it is.  It all is just what it is.  It is also my lot in life.  Not whining or checking out voluntarily.  So be it.

To each their own and their abilities.  Whatever ...
{#Meditate}
Steely_D

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 11:03am



 rgio wrote:


 kurtster wrote:

I will vote in person on election day.  It is what I always intended to do.  It is the only way I have ever voted and will continue to do so.
 
So be sure to thank everyone that is reducing your wait times and making it possible for you to vote on Nov 3rd.  I appreciate in Ohio you probably have a polling place every few feet, but in states where the Republicans are worried about actually collecting and counting votes, delays at the one polling station per million (or 4 million in Houston) is an issue.

 

Besides the idea that the administration is making voting harder, not easier (why would they do that, hmm?)

in a state that's rural, and theoretically GOP, why limit voting in person to one site per county? Seems strange and designed to keep anyone from casting a ballot that has a home on the range.
buddy

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 10:59am

I received my ballot two weeks ago, filled it out that night, and drove over the drop box a mile away & dropped it in.

Because that's how we roll in Colorado.  It's how every state should roll. No excuses.
rgio

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 10:50am



 kurtster wrote:

I will vote in person on election day.  It is what I always intended to do.  It is the only way I have ever voted and will continue to do so.
 
So be sure to thank everyone that is reducing your wait times and making it possible for you to vote on Nov 3rd.  I appreciate in Ohio you probably have a polling place every few feet, but in states where the Republicans are worried about actually collecting and counting votes, delays at the one polling station per million (or 4 million in Houston) is an issue.

kurtster

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 10:48am

 westslope wrote:


 Steely_D wrote:


..
 
 

How to make a guy feel jealous or what!?!!  

I voted in British Columbia's election last Saturday morning.   I hiked to the polling booth (~25 minute scramble down a dry gulch/walk).   It was -8C or ~17F.  I was wearing synthetic underwear top and bottom, a wool hat with ear flaps, heavy fleece gloves, a fleece vest and an old goretex biking jacket (with reflective stripes on it).  

Two days earlier we had received the biggest dump of snow that this semi-arid area has received in roughly half a century.  (!)  

Dear American friends:  When the Republicans sweep all three institutions  and many of you start lining up at the border, just understand what you are getting into.  The local Lions or Rotary Club might be there to hand out parkas and Canadians will not separate families but still......  Are you ready to make that sacrifice?  
 
You ain't seen cold or winter until you've spent one in Cleveburg over here on the business side of winter on the Great Lakes.  and then there is Buffalo, NY ...  We are one of 5 places on earth where there is lake effect snow.
Lazy8

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 10:47am

westslope wrote:
 How to make a guy feel jealous or what!?!!  

I voted in British Columbia's election last Saturday morning.   I hiked to the polling booth (~25 minute scramble down a dry gulch/walk).   It was -8C or ~17F.  I was wearing synthetic underwear top and bottom, a wool hat with ear flaps, heavy fleece gloves, a fleece vest and an old goretex biking jacket (with reflective stripes on it).  

Two days earlier we had received the biggest dump of snow that this semi-arid area has received in roughly half a century.  (!)  

Dear American friends:  When the Republicans sweep all three institutions  and many of you start lining up at the border, just understand what you are getting into.  The local Lions or Rotary Club might be there to hand out parkas and Canadians will not separate families but still......  Are you ready to make that sacrifice?


BTW -8C is +17F, not -17F.

It was -20F (-29C) here yesterday morning, so no whining.
westslope

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Posted: Oct 27, 2020 - 10:04am



 Steely_D wrote:


..
 


 

How to make a guy feel jealous or what!?!!  

I voted in British Columbia's election last Saturday morning.   I hiked to the polling booth (~25 minute scramble down a dry gulch/walk).   It was -8C or ~17F.  I was wearing synthetic underwear top and bottom, a wool hat with ear flaps, heavy fleece gloves, a fleece vest and an old goretex biking jacket (with reflective stripes on it).  

Two days earlier we had received the biggest dump of snow that this semi-arid area has received in roughly half a century.  (!)  

Dear American friends:  When the Republicans sweep all three institutions  and many of you start lining up at the border, just understand what you are getting into.  The local Lions or Rotary Club might be there to hand out parkas and Canadians will not separate families but still......  Are you ready to make that sacrifice?  


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