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Forum Post: Yay Biden

Posted 3 months ago on May 17, 2022, 10:14 p.m. EST by BrentWeirick81 (-87)
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Hey, inflation running rampant, spending out of control, taxes going up, borders wide open. You guys should be happy.

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[-] 2 points by gsw (3400) from Woodbridge Township, NJ 2 months ago

Hey, system is working great for the billionaires class

[-] 2 points by gsw (3400) from Woodbridge Township, NJ 2 months ago

Children have constitutional rights. Or only 18 years plus.

https://www.commondreams.org/views/2022/06/11/how-long-will-us-sacrifice-kids-gun-lobby

After Uvalde, a group of pediatricians published a plea for gun control in Scientific American. The doctors pointed out that gun violence is now the leading cause of death among people aged 1 to 19.

"The politicization of guns, they wrote, is "taking priority over public health." How else to explain the endless proliferation of killing machines when we won't even tolerate a faulty ladder?

Many factors drive this politicization.

For one thing, gun sales are big business—some manufacturers with federal contracts even use their profits to lobby against gun control. For another, the National Rifle Association holds great sway in Washington and drives large campaign donations to GOP politicians to ensure inaction.

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 2 months ago

Absolutely true, we have the best government in the world that money can buy. Poly-ticking to get a mandate from God must come before commanding. Senators are mostly about allocating money. Ukraine got a lot of money allocated to it already. That's why I had said that U.S. Senators couldn't lead well as a Commander-in-Chief. $40 billion already allocated to Ukraine should last for quite a while but money isn't heavy weaponry in eastern Ukraine. It's called Jews helping the Russian Jew with unrestrained use of heavy weapons. Therein lies an explanation why the Holocaust could have occurred.

As the U.S., Germany is also led by a Deliberator, not a Commander fit for guiding a special military resistance to shore up global rule-based order necessary for weaker countries to thrive. If this order should collapse, there would be a lot more neighbors bullying neighbors.

Of course, the U.S. can retreat from the Old World and just bully our New World neighbors but would that be a good thing for either side or both ? The Old World surely has quite a few bullies to fill in any power vacuum. It's actually why a relative backwater Africa may well be a success story in the making if Africans can avoid warring among themselves and just making money building up Africa and supplying materials for rebuilding the wartorn continents. Both Europe and Asia are going to be engulfed in major wars { Russia for Europe and Red China for Asia; DPRK is just a phallus drooping off of Beijing so it's really an "autonomous" province of Red China like Xinjiang and is subject to spontaneous erections and more during after-lunch naps; has Biden changed baby diapers of Boom Boom Baby and got "sprayed" with kiddie perfume for "my Grandpa" [by Ted Hughes -- "The truth of the matter, the truth of the matter"] ? DPRK actually beats Gaza City by far as the biggest open-air prison in the World; the whole DPRK is a re-education brainwashing camp } so the bullies aren't likely to reach Africa anytime soon due to physical distance and lots of local countries existing nearby to be bullied.

In my reckoning right now, only the U.S. has a truly global reach with its military power. It's doing this with prepositioned overseas military bases (I don't know how many but there are allegedly hundreds; my guess of real ones, not just a cabinet of equipment in a closet, is between 500 and 700, as compared to any other country's fewer than 10 mostly; it's only an illusion that the U.S. deliberately surrounds any country which bans U.S. military bases, with U.S. military bases) and about ten aircraft carrier task groups (relative to other countries' usual zero, one, or two aircraft carriers at most. A task group usually consists of at least a dozen or so warships, each often specialized for a tactical purpose. U.S. aircraft carriers can carry many more aircraft than other countries' carriers because they are bigger. The aircraft can also carry heavier payloads because they are launched by the catapults often with nuclear-reactor-generated power so U.S. aircraft carriers are truly "flat tops" without "ski-jump takeoff ramps." I visited a U.S. aircraft carrier (probably the USS America, now lying deep in the Atlantic Ocean waters off of Norfolk, Virginia) in the early 1970s, probably after the U.S. had already secured agreement on how to end the Vietnam Conflict, with the consent of Red China ( I think that Red China had probably consented to the port-of-call visit by the Kitty-Hawk-class aircraft carrier in the soon-to-be-postwar euphoria; unfortunately, Watergate soon intervened so the U.S. might not have carried out its end of the deal until much later during the wily Vietnam-draft-evading Bill Clinton's Presidency with the help of Senator John S. McCain III who had been shot down and captured as a fighter-jet bombing pilot POW and tortured by the North Vietnamese; there was forgiveness/redemption, somewhat of a Christian concept but many Americans are indeed Christians or brought up as such, whether actually observant or not but religions and politics are two subjects one doesn't bring up and talk about "in polite company" because we have many many sects, all Christian and we ourselves may not even know what we actually believe -- a bit like my Mom who would serve up the best live-kill chicken and roasted pork to my vegetarian spiritual godfather; sure enough, my Big Brother gave her a speech after doing his deity research but there were three deities in the temple, two definitely vegetarian but many believers were serving up meat-offerings, some vastly more extravagant than my Mom's: such as roasted whole pigs or piglets; U.S. First Amendment protecting the freedom of religion could surely work just fine there with those porky offerings !) and North Vietnam. I touched the only aircraft, a Phantom fighter jet (much used in the Vietnam Conflict,) still on the flight deck which we ascended to from the hangar deck while standing with other visitors and guides atop a huge elevator platform.

U.S. GOOPy party has much to be blamed for the coming consequences. George Washington had long ago warned of this pitfall in our republic, if we can keep it. He, being a general and de facto Commander-in-Chief before assuming the newly created Presidency was the main reason why the U.S. has this peculiar concentration of power in the Presidency. The U.S.A. was neither huge nor globally scoped at Washington's time. Most other countries less complicated and/or more locally scoped have a President and a Prime Minister attending to different spheres of operation. Our U.S. Presidency is two very heavily loaded jobs combined into one. Putting an octogenarian in that job is torture and a catastrophe about to happen. Supposedly the Vice President may well offload some burdens but the Vice President doesn't have the legal executive power to carry out the necessary commands. We are entering into midterm election season from July to November so the U.S. President is doing his well-accustomed-to-and-experienced real job -- poly-ticking, at least until after November [Congressional] Election.

[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 2 months ago

"Dark Money Gets Darker - with less disclosure in the 2022 election"! --- by Anna Massoglia:

From which this - "Dark money is pouring into U.S. elections, but the vast majority of it is not being disclosed to the Federal Election Commission.

"The 2022 election cycle has already attracted more than $115 million in contributions from and spending by 501(c) groups reported to the FEC, OpenSecrets’ new analysis found.

"Many of the top spenders on so-called “issue” ads that mention candidates are politically-active nonprofits that do not disclose their donors. Issue ads aired on TV or radio are only required to be disclosed in the weeks leading up to an election, and online ads that avoid expressly advocating for an election outcome are not required to be disclosed at all.

"Nonprofits that do not disclose their donors reported less than $3 million of their independent spending to the FEC during the 2022 election cycle as of May 19.

"Most of the spending on these issue ads has not been disclosed to the FEC because they do not explicitly advocate for the election or defeat of a candidate within the weeks leading up to an election.

"One top dark money spender that has yet to disclose any spending to the FEC is American Action Network, a 501(c) nonprofit aligned with House Republican leadership. According to analyses by OpenSecrets and the Wesleyan Media Project, the group has spent more than $9.5 million on TV ads mentioning House candidates and about $800,000 on Facebook ads during the 2022 cycle – none of which have been disclosed to the FEC. "

Which ends with: "Despite the risk, a 2020 report from the Government Accountability Office revealed that the IRS doesn’t check nonprofit tax records for signs of illegal foreign money in U.S. elections. The finding was used to justify a policy change under the former President Donald Trump’s administration that now enables 501(c) nonprofits — including politically active dark money groups – to no longer report donor names or addresses to the tax agency unless they are requested under court order or as part of an examination."


You are clearly a clueless Ruling Class Ass kissing halfwit, so let's do it & U'll need your A-game if I'm not to bat your b-s out of the fkn park, so bring it & see if you can stand up for what you say and think!

et per aspera ad iudicium!