And isn’t it reasonable for someone to care more about systematic imprisonment of males in their community that the welfare of circus animals?
- it’s reasonable for people to care about what they care about and not to be shamed for caring about one thing more than another
- circus animals are not being used for food…
I mean…isn’t it r…[Read more]
because as beautiful as it is, Aikido is pretty much useless in a fight.
Hamlet replied to the topic What to Say if Someone Wrongly Claims ‘99 Percent of People Survive COVID’ in the forum CORONA Virus / COVID-19 3 months ago
Then the percentage of people who survive Covid is well OVER 99%.
(From the article: “more than 1.5 times the supposed 1 percent mortality rate.” For those who are math challenged, 1.5 multiplied by 1 = 1.5…so according to this article the survival rate is not 99% but only 98.5 percent…)
Is it really a PANDEMIC if the victims are all the…[Read more]
…and using tax money to provide for the needy guarantees they will be underserved despised.
If the Government wants to buy something then it need only print the money and buy it. DONE. This was demonstrated by the CARES Act.
If the Government wants a bridge it prints the money and builds a bridge. The money circulates through the economy and…[Read more]
Hamlet replied to the topic How did scientists tackle Covid so quickly? Because they pulled together in the forum CORONA Virus / COVID-19 4 months ago
A bare-bones timeline of the Covid, and nothing about so-called “scientists” pulling together (quotation marks mine)…
…EXCEPT for the second to last paragraph which starts out with (and I quote (quotation marks not mine)):
Most of the “wins” this year have come from preparedness and collaboration.
nothing about pulling together and “wins” in…[Read more]
when the “investigation” turned out to be an evidence-free conspiracy theory?
Someone (the DNC) should be charged with creating a fake investigation
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Hamlet replied to the topic Snopes: Can State Legislatures Override the Choice of Presidential Electors? in the forum President 6 months ago
that is the path that Trump will pursue – to persuade GOP legislatures not to override the choice of electors but rather to reject them completely because of corrupt vote count. They have a month to do it. If they can persuade key states to abstain from voting completely then it’s possible that no candidate will receive 270 votes thus throwing the…[Read more]
Hamlet replied to the topic Faced with defeat, armed protesters in Arizona insist election stolen in the forum Latest Breaking News 6 months ago
If they are willing to cheat their own constituents that they must be willing to cheat anyone.
Trusting them at this point would be foolish.
I believe the current Trump strategy is to tie up a few states in court for as long as possible. If they can prevent a state a from resolving it’s electoral challenges by December 14 that state will not be able to vote. This strategy may prevent Biden from reaching 270 electoral votes thus throwing the election to the GOP controlled Senate who…[Read more]
Hamlet replied to the topic Nate Silver: "Without Pennsylvania, Biden becomes an underdog" in the forum President 6 months ago
it’s not as simple as people think
a lot of work will go into deciding if many of those votes should count and for which candidate
in the end the Republicans have better vote counting operations than the Democrats
so it will be close, but it will be Trump
The only question that should be asked is “Are the emails genuine?”
and no one from the Biden camp is denying that they are.
How about we ask them?
Hamlet replied to the topic New Research Claims That Consciousness Itself Is an Energy Field in the forum Science and Environment 6 months ago
Jordan, Wilt, Magic, Bird…all better than LeBron.
Allen Iverson was pound for pound the best player in NBA history.
Hamlet replied to the topic An Ineffectual Biden Presidency Is Better For The Left Than An Actively Authoritarian Trump Presidency in the forum President 8 months ago
Trump is a weak President. Pair him with a Democratic Congress. He will get nothing done. No legislation passed. No nominations confirmed.
Worst of Both Worlds = Biden in the White House with a Dem. Congress.
to prevent a hijacking from becoming a 911
Hamlet replied to the topic The Triumph of Monopoly Capitalism is Hurting American Workers’ Life Expectancy in the forum General Discussion 8 months ago
Hamlet replied to the topic In secretly recorded audio, President Trump’s sister says he has ‘no principles’ and ‘you can’t trust him’ in the forum General Discussion 8 months ago
and who only unite when it’s time to shut the LEFT down.
Hamlet replied to the topic Trump Trade Policies and Mishandling of Coronavirus Pandemic Have 'Wiped Out' US Manufacturing Jobs: Economist in the forum General Discussion 9 months ago
booming economy, zero unemployment, universal healthcare and education, no racism…
everything was perfect and then came Trump….
Seriously it seems the Democrats are preparing for the next four years of not taking responsibility.
Hamlet replied to the topic President Trump: "Biden is totally controlled now by the Bernie Sanders left wing of the party." in the forum General Discussion 9 months ago
who did not want to run Bernie Sanders because he could be attacked as “too liberal” or “socialist”
but the reality is that ANY and EVERY Dem candidate will be always be attacked as “too liberal” or “socialist”
we could have had the real thing but now we will have to defend a fake from the same attacks we would have anyway…
Lets face…[Read more]
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