DeplorablePatriot » Yesterday, 8:54 pm » wrote: ↑
On the other hand, in Idaho this would not happen. Stand your ground and defend your property and self state. *** know where they may and may not practice their trade. This **** would make for legal, instant target practice in Idaho or Montana. And they know how to hit their mark. There would be dead stank dark meat all over that store. Gotta' love the law!
FOS » Yesterday, 8:34 pm » wrote: ↑
And this is what black people want.
obviously black people didn't do **** like this 100 years ago...because white people were racist and black people were afraid. Not because they didn't want to.
so frankly yourself and your anti racist radical individualism just contributes to the problem. Criminals are not afraid of individualism. They are only afraid of ropes.
Now you can say 'not all black people are like that'...and it is true. But that also doesn't help solve the problem because nobody is a mind reader. It is still a fact that there is a strong correlation between black people and very harmful behavior.
how does the us justify nuking Japan? Do you think every person the usa has killed in our history was necessarily an enemy? Of course not. There is always collateral damage. And nations go to war with nations. Got it? It isn't 'a bunch of individuals' making war with 'a bunch of individuals'
nefarious101 » Yesterday, 8:30 pm » wrote: ↑
Come On, Mitch McConnell, Republicans Need You To Step Up And Lead
https://thefederalist.com/2022/08/19/co ... -and-lead/
my ex has an uncle who is similar. Never worked in his life, been on disability for many years. he lives in a run down shack, walls peeling, roof busted exposing pipes etc.. gets every govt benefit. Food stamps, Medicaid, every handout he can find, in the hours he is not at the welfare office, he is on FB and other social outlets constantly hating every Democrat politician, praising everything right wing, and hating on anyone who doesn’t work always attacking anyone on any form of government assistance, calling them lazy, parasites, moochers, etc.DeezerShoove » Yesterday, 6:36 am » wrote: ↑
But, when being in that situation clouds a person's judgement, it signals irrational fear on their part.
A "friend" I had for many years was financially strapped in more ways than one. Biggest way was laziness.
His politics were very left-leaning because he felt that he should not risk what little government dole he received.
Consequently, he voted, argued, acted in support of all things left-wing.
He was alone, in a bulldozer house, unhealthy habits, bitter, eventually died during hospitalization (on our dime), etc.
But he would rant about abortions "rights" for teenage girls. He was of dubious character regarding young girls.
Ultimately, all he ever wanted was free handouts and lefties promised those...
Of course, they had a trainload of baggage too.
My hermit friend felt somehow obligated to support the entire leftie program to ensure his stipend.
**** stupid... Nuckin Futz... Same same. Clouded.
Xavier_Onassis » 18 Aug 2022, 9:02 am » wrote: ↑
And I really doubt that "most people" actually would prefer to live in a Western nation, where no one speaks their language and it is far too cold.
Most of you RWNJs get your knowledge about Africa from movies. You ahe never been there and will never go, but think you somehow know it all.
whatever, I’m just saying that it seems on some things, the left and right have switched somehow. It used to be leftists rebelling against globalism, they had huge protests in Seattle in the 90s. Now it seems leftists are fine with globalists, despite the global warming they cause, and right wingers now hate big tech and big pharma and globalism.
nefarious101 » 17 Aug 2022, 5:22 pm » wrote: ↑
America's wealthiest, including Tom Brady, Khloe Kardashian, Reese Witherspoon, Kanye and Nancy Pelosi's husband took millions in PPP loans – and nearly all have been forgiven
Celebrities including Kanye West, Jay-Z and Khloe Kardashian received millions in government PPP (Payment Protection Program) loans, set up for desperate businesses hit by the Covid pandemic
DailyMail.com can now reveal the exact amounts that these millionaires took out via the government program
Kanye West's Yeezy LLC borrowed $2,363,585, with $1,772,689 being spent on payroll for 106 staff
Khloe Kardashian's denim brand Good American LLC had a loan of $1,245,405 approved on April 14, 2020, mostly for the payroll of 57 workers. The full amount, plus interest, was forgiven
In most cases, the loans have been 'forgiven' so the full amount, including interest, will not have to be repaid, despite the owners' wealth
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... -back.html
omh » 17 Aug 2022, 7:11 am » wrote: ↑
What changes between collusion and compromise? Both make people pick a side and ration away how life actually evolves in plain sight so societal evolution controls tomorrow's outcomes arriving to fruition today.
name any person allowed to say "I understand how eternity sustains eternal separation of ancestors occupying space here now."? Just me and look at all sides of humanity ridiculing me for it.