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  • Meet Marjorie Taylor Greene

    Freshman GOP Congresswoman Has Only Been in DC a Week and She's Already Kicking Butt and Taking Names

    https://redstate.com/mike_miller/202...-names-n282014

    It will be interesting to see how long she lasts and how she fares trying to take on the establishment.

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    Holy crap I love that attitude. She's right, President Trump has taken on the fight, and not always the good fight, but the fight of so many Americans against the corrupt left and the swamp in general.

    He deserves the support of more Americans. He's not going to get it, but he deserves it. Hopefully his actions will have enough of us to fight the battles we should be fighting. Do not rely on the politicians, and if they don't do right, even if they're "your" politicians, get them the hell out.

    And cue 'Cold any minute for his personal breakdown of this Congressional elect.

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    • #3
      Greene told Fox she will fight against any effort to require masks, mandate a vaccine, or more lockdowns, which Biden danced around during the campaign like he was walking barefoot through hot coals. Greene said she believes in personal choice and that COVID restrictions hurt too many people, both economically and psychologically.

      The former gym owner and ex-CrossFit competitor told Fox she’s particularly concerned about the impact of mask mandates on children and working people.
      Read all I needed to. It appears the former gym owner is a total ****ing idiot... in great cardiovascular shape.

      I wonder how long it will take for the insanity to wash out of my party?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by WuDrWu View Post
        Holy crap I love that attitude. She's right, President Trump has taken on the fight, and not always the good fight, but the fight of so many Americans against the corrupt left and the swamp in general.

        He deserves the support of more Americans. He's not going to get it, but he deserves it. Hopefully his actions will have enough of us to fight the battles we should be fighting. Do not rely on the politicians, and if they don't do right, even if they're "your" politicians, get them the hell out.

        And cue 'Cold any minute for his personal breakdown of this Congressional elect.
        I'm on fire today brother! I hadn't looked at the stats lately and was very displeased when I updated myself on the situation today.

        https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

        The projections weren't for us to hit 2k deaths until January. We are on pace to exceed the 400k.

        Then a good friend called with another Covid outbreak in their facility.

        I'm frankly ****ing tired of everybody's "discomfort" and feigned Constitutional outrage.

        CB Out!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post

          I'm on fire today brother! I hadn't looked at the stats lately and was very displeased when I updated myself on the situation today.

          https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

          The projections weren't for us to hit 2k deaths until January. We are on pace to exceed the 400k.

          Then a good friend called with another Covid outbreak in their facility.

          I'm frankly ****ing tired of everybody's "discomfort" and feigned Constitutional outrage.

          CB Out!
          If she, Biden, or any other Senator or Congressmen/Women vote for a federally mandated Mask, Vaccine, or any other federal mandate, they are Idiots, and you are one for saying that the federal government should get into Kansas or any other states business when it comes to health. They should only give advice and data. The Supreme Court would surely vote it down anyway.

          There is no way that every corner of every state is in exactly the same position with this pandemic. The state representatives should do what they need to do so we can vote them out or have a recall election if we choose to.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Shockm View Post

            If she, Biden, or any other Senator or Congressmen/Women vote for a federally mandated Mask, Vaccine, or any other federal mandate, they are Idiots, and you are one for saying that the federal government should get into Kansas or any other states business when it comes to health. They should only give advice and data. The Supreme Court would surely vote it down anyway.

            There is no way that every corner of every state is in exactly the same position with this pandemic. The state representatives should do what they need to do so we can vote them out or have a recall election if we choose to.
            J.

            F.

            C.

            When there is a war, does Washington ask which states would like to participate in the draft?

            If you pour a bucket of water into a flat container, does it not seek its own level?

            The very reason the rural areas are getting blasted right now is because of the idiotic thinking that "not every corner of the state is the same". I mean, who's telling the virus it isn't allowed in rural areas? It will seek out hosts as long as it's replicating and no border, city limit, or signpost is going to turn it away.

            EVERYBODY follows the rules and the virus goes away. If only some follow, then we get the maximum effect spread out over the maximum length of time which is what we are currently experiencing.

            The virus is real.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post

              J.

              F.

              C.

              When there is a war, does Washington ask which states would like to participate in the draft?

              If you pour a bucket of water into a flat container, does it not seek its own level?

              The very reason the rural areas are getting blasted right now is because of the idiotic thinking that "not every corner of the state is the same". I mean, who's telling the virus it isn't allowed in rural areas? It will seek out hosts as long as it's replicating and no border, city limit, or signpost is going to turn it away.

              EVERYBODY follows the rules and the virus goes away. If only some follow, then we get the maximum effect spread out over the maximum length of time which is what we are currently experiencing.

              The virus is real.
              You proved my point. This is no War. No corner of every state is the same. No mandates from feds because NW Washington is nowhere near to NW Kansas. You are all about “Woke” power. You’d be first on the bandwagon for totalitarian Socialist government to limit freedoms of others just like fascist Germany or Communist Venezuela.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post

                EVERYBODY follows the rules and the virus goes away.
                I thought you trusted the science.
                Livin the dream

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Shockm View Post

                  You proved my point. This is no War. No corner of every state is the same. No mandates from feds because NW Washington is nowhere near to NW Kansas. You are all about “Woke” power. You’d be first on the bandwagon for totalitarian Socialist government to limit freedoms of others just like fascist Germany or Communist Venezuela.
                  Near-complete incoherent ****-cake post drizzled with hot, caramelized straw men. But I do want to help you on your journey so I will try again.

                  My post implies that Covid war is the same as military war; is the same as a giant volcano; is the same as if zombies started to spontaneously come out of the ground all over the country.

                  You wouldn't have repeated the same erroneous propaganda about different geography requiring different methods of virus containment if you had understood the water analogy. Let me try again.

                  If you are a space man, and you are floating above the moon in your space suit, and you decide to itch your asshole, and you are so vigorous in your digging that you drill a hole all the way to your ass, what happens next?

                  Well that's exactly what happens in Independence, Ks. if they don't have a mask mandate (which they don't) and Wichita does. The virus will find every last stinkin' infectible soul until it is stopped by natural herd immunity, vaccine herd immunity, or sufficient separation of hosts for a period of time.

                  The End

                  God Bless America!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by C0|dB|00ded View Post
                    Well that's exactly what happens in Independence, Ks. if they don't have a mask mandate (which they don't) and Wichita does. The virus will find every last stinkin' infectible soul until it is stopped by natural herd immunity, vaccine herd immunity, or sufficient separation of hosts for a period of time.
                    !
                    You do realize that you mentioned two Kansas communities. So the elected Kansas Governor and legislature need to make the decision for a state mandate or influence the elected county representatives to make a law if they can’t.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Shockm View Post

                      You do realize that you mentioned two Kansas communities. So the elected Kansas Governor and legislature need to make the decision for a state mandate or influence the elected county representatives to make a law if they can’t.
                      Yes Shockm, I realize nearly everything I say before I say it.

                      Independence, Ks has no mandate and Wichita, Ks does. Independence has suffered greatly. I know this first hand. Kansas should be under a state mandate. In fact, every state in the union should be under a mandate, and if they won't do it, then the president should use "emergency powers" to get it done. If Trump could use it to build a stone-age wall under the guise of national security, Biden could claim it for the same reason. It would get challenged by the Neanderthals, but hopefully the Covidiots would relent.

                      Doesn't matter because Biden won't be president until February and Trump ain't gonna do **** until he leaves. Essentially we are without a president in the worst pandemic this country has seen in 100 years... maybe longer.

                      Elections have consequences.

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                      • #12
                        Speaking of Independence, my wife and I went there three weeks ago to do some hiking at Elk City State Park, and stayed overnight in Independence. I went inside four establishments, including the hotel, a convenience store, WalMart and a pub where we called in our dinner order. The only masks I saw, other than my own, were maybe 10-15% of the customers in WalMart and the WalMart employees. There wasn't even a sign on WalMart's doors, and I thought WalMart corporate made it a mandatory customer policy.

                        To be fair, their per-capita numbers aren't bad at all (29 cases per thousand residents, compared to 47 state-wide), unless they've had a recent spike that's worse than many other Kansas counties.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by RoyalShock View Post
                          Speaking of Independence, my wife and I went there three weeks ago to do some hiking at Elk City State Park, and stayed overnight in Independence. I went inside four establishments, including the hotel, a convenience store, WalMart and a pub where we called in our dinner order. The only masks I saw, other than my own, were maybe 10-15% of the customers in WalMart and the WalMart employees. There wasn't even a sign on WalMart's doors, and I thought WalMart corporate made it a mandatory customer policy.

                          To be fair, their per-capita numbers aren't bad at all (29 cases per thousand residents, compared to 47 state-wide), unless they've had a recent spike that's worse than many other Kansas counties.
                          How was the hiking at Elk City State Park?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by RoyalShock View Post
                            Speaking of Independence, my wife and I went there three weeks ago to do some hiking at Elk City State Park, and stayed overnight in Independence. I went inside four establishments, including the hotel, a convenience store, WalMart and a pub where we called in our dinner order. The only masks I saw, other than my own, were maybe 10-15% of the customers in WalMart and the WalMart employees. There wasn't even a sign on WalMart's doors, and I thought WalMart corporate made it a mandatory customer policy.

                            To be fair, their per-capita numbers aren't bad at all (29 cases per thousand residents, compared to 47 state-wide), unless they've had a recent spike that's worse than many other Kansas counties.
                            Since 1972Shocker asked you a question about the hike, I will, too. Did you do all (or any) of Elk River Hiking Trail, one-way or out and back. Been on that trail a couple of times. Any other of the trails around that area good?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ShockTalk View Post

                              Since 1972Shocker asked you a question about the hike, I will, too. Did you do all (or any) of Elk River Hiking Trail, one-way or out and back. Been on that trail a couple of times. Any other of the trails around that area good?
                              I ask about because I always wanted to check it out. At this point not sure I will ever be able to. I've got bone-on-bone on my left knee and on my right hip. On the bright side I do a very good impression of Walter Brennan.

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