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I did not assign Arizona, Iowa, Ohio, North Carolina or Georgia to either candidate.

I have Florida, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire as lean Democratic.

If Trump were to win all 8 of those states, he wins in the electoral college.

It's a long road to election day and this picture is guaranteed to change.
 
 

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duck615 » Today, 10:51 am » wrote: That is not proof that President Trump is responsible... try again you liberal ****** ***
Trump's not responsible for the coronavirus.  That was going to happen regardless.  

Trump is responsible for the piss poor response to the virus. His inability to listen to actual doctors and public health experts resulted in a delayed response that can't be reversed.  Essentially, the coronavirus got a 60-day head start on the American population that resulted in far more infections and deaths than would have happened with a fast and focused national response.  

 
 
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peepee » Today, 11:51 am » wrote: Senator Ted Cruz warned the Trump administration not to include a “road to citizenship” for DACA recipients, after Trump implied one was coming in a new executive order on immigration he plans to sign “over the next few weeks.”
Oh look who's getting tough on Trump again.


 
 
 

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Buffalo » Today, 3:47 pm » wrote: The many titted empress

Take that hideous head off.....Id hit that!

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NeoConvict » Today, 3:27 pm » wrote: Unknown. What is deduced from this is thousands that died with COVID-19 did not die FROM COVID-19.
It doesn't deduce that at all.  Accurate numbers are needed to produce dependable statistics.   One person dying in a plane crash (who just tested positive for Covid-19) isn't going to skew the statistics one way or the other.  Your "thousands" assertion has no basis in fact.   
 
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they act like they care about abortion, then cheer about something that will make unplanned pregnancys more likely

they need to STFU about abortion ... they dont care ... they just cheer whatever tRump is excited about

no genuine, independent thought involved

**** um

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nefarious101 » Yesterday, 1:44 pm » wrote: easy....buy them or go to a funded health agency and get them for free
Your boner pills are still covered by insurance, are they not?
Since you testosterone laden jackasses get your boner pills covered, we women need our contraceptives covered.

 
 

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Olivaw » Yesterday, 10:31 pm » wrote: Russia is no paradise Neo. It’s a failing kleptocracy.

There is much to agree with in your assessment of America.  We can blame the Bush regime and his neocons for it.  I also think Obama should have done more to reverse it. Trump hasn’t even attempted to curtail the surveillance state. He objects only when his associates are surveilled.

We may complain about these things but mostly we shrug and put up with it. We seldom demonstrate or pressure politicians to do anything about it, which is why the surveillance and endless wars continue.
I don't think Russia is a paradise, just don't think they are nearly the boogeyman portrayed in propaganda. I also believe they are fighting the promotion of some dangerous fantasies the west is entertaining. They discourage racial preoccupation and the promotion of sexual dysfunction. Actively. They are skeptical about the agenda behind global warming. They are non expansionist and don't invade other nations. They have their share of problems with government corruption, poverty, mental illness and substance abuse. I see them fighting for many things American conservatives support but have given up on.
 
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 Well, it happened: The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that U.S. employers can refuse to provide their employees with insurance coverage for contraception under the Affordable Care Act because of the employer’s religious or moral objection. 

This decision potentially deprives over 126,000 people of the option to get their birth control method of choice through their employer-provided health insurance coverage. If you’re one of the people affected by this decision, you’re probably wondering how you can avoid paying exorbitant out-of-pocket fees for your birth control method of choice, and/or how you’re going to renew your prescription without the aid of your doctor’s office.

 Luckily there are many resources available for people who need birth control but have no health insurance or primary care doctor—and now, people who don’t share their emp,mloyer’s objection to maintaining their bodily autonomy can take advantage of those resources too.

 This roundup provides links to a few of the many, many contraceptive resources available online, as well as a brief breakdown of potential costs, any age limits in place for the service, and more. 

 Even more contraceptive resources can be found on Free the Pill.

Free the Pill is a campaign setting its sights on making the pill available over the counter in the United States. Until they accomplish that, they’re providing a wealth of information on where you can get your pill online.

Twenty-Eight Health  

Age: Available to people 16+, depending on state law where they live. Fees: This one has a one-time $20 consultation and prescription fee—which they’re waiving during COVID-19 if you put in a code provided on their website. Pill packs start at $16 a month without insurance, and you can get Plan B for $30 without insurance as well.

 How it works: Fill out the health questionnaire, and a doctor will review it and write your prescription within 24 hours. Auto refills? Yes. Prescriptions are valid for one year. Free shipping? Yes. What else? You can get up to 12 packs in one shipment with this company. You can also add Plan B to your first order.

It’ll arrive within one to three business days and come straight to your door. You can also take advantage of their unlimited doctor follow-up messages if you have any questions. They offer many kinds of birth control, not just pills. They do accept insurance if you have it.

 Nurx 

Age: Available to people 13+ depending on state law where they live. Fees: There’s a one-time consultation fee of $15, and pills start at $15 a month without insurance. How it works: You just fill out a quick health questionnaire that is then reviewed by a doctor. They write a prescription, and your contraceptive method of choice is mailed to you.

Medications come in a discreet, unmarked package straight to your door. Auto refills? Yes. Prescriptions are valid for one year. Free shipping? Yes. What else: They provide Plan B and other methods of birth control as well. They do accept insurance if you have it.

 The Pill Club 

Age: Available to people 12+ depending on state law where they live. Fees: There’s a one-time $15 consultation fee, and pill packs start at $7 a month without insurance. How it works: This is another one that requires a health questionnaire, but no phone or video calls are required.

The doctor writes your prescription, which is then sent directly to your door. Auto refills? Yes. Prescriptions are valid for one year. Free shipping? Yes. What else? The best thing about The Pill Club is they also send you free goodies in your (discreet, unmarked) package every month, so you can try things like new candy, cute stickers, and a self-care product as well as getting the contraception you need. They do accept insurance if you have it. 

Alpha Medical

 Age: Available to people 13+, depending on state law where they live. Fees: There’s a one-time consultation/prescription fee of $10. Prescriptions start at $15 a month for uninsured patients, but you’ll have to check on the specific price of the pill, patch, ring, etc. of your choice.

 How it works: You fill out a health questionnaire and then message online with a doctor to find the right method for you, or they can prescribe you the product of your choice if you already know which brand works for your body. They write a prescription, and the contraceptive is mailed to you. It will arrive within one week.

 Auto refills? Yes. Prescriptions are valid for one year. Free shipping? Yes. What else? They also provide things like at-home STI testing and endometriosis treatment. They do accept insurance if you have it.

 There are at least 10 other resources outlined on Free the Pill, so if none of the ones above quite fit what you’re looking for, we recommend exploring the matrix on Free the Pill’s site.  

 Go forth and maintain your right to do whatever the hell you want with your own body.

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/7 ... hem-to-you

I have been telling people for years, onsite and off site, that if Roe was ever overturned, or the Supreme Court ruled in favor of employers against their own employees, that it would do two things. Create a growing hatred of religion, contributing to its eventual demise as an influential institution, and create an entire market by resourceful people, with good old American ingenuity, to provide resources, and products in so many ways, as to make it impossible to be curtailed by religious, and political zealots.

This decision by the court has now started that process in motion. What you see above is only a very small example, of what will grow into a effort so large, birth control, and assistance to obtain abortion medication will become easier to obtain than a napkin at a fast food restaurant.

Deal with it.
 
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Zeets2 » Today, 2:15 pm » wrote: It was NOT the "one action" that Trump took, liar! 
Heh heh.  Ever look at yourself?

Any and all actions Trump took that might have abated the pandemic were because of his well-known xenephobia.  Since then, his responses have made countries like India and China, both with far higher populations, way behind the US in coronavirus.

But his multiple efforts to sabotage the need for protective equipment for doctors, nurses and other medical personell;  Combined with his pushing of antimalarial drugs which helped nothing;  Combined with the poor example he set by not wearing a mask and encouraging others not to wear them ....  All these things made the US the most infected nation on Earth.

And then there was the atrocious advice to inject disinfectant and gargle with bleach.  No wonder the US is now the world-leader in coronavirus and little else, anymore.
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Mrkelly » Today, 1:30 pm » wrote: rotation to decomposed separate within sight is alively as rotation as on as on from now one of a kind as occupying species lasts navigately alway life with, or constaneously alive any gived separatelly, in sinception

DAYUM! You are 100% RIGHT!      

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Crazytrain » Today, 1:43 pm » wrote: Stone Cohen manafort and others.

They are the party of criminals. 

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NeoConvict » Today, 11:18 am » wrote: Idiocy. What is appropriate in crowded metro areas is pointless in sparsely populated areas.
You're correct.  Good centralized leadership can walk and chew gum at the same time.  They understand the rural/metro thing just fine.      A centralized federal response can better gauge the needs of different regions and work to reallocate resources (ICU beds, ventilators, PPE, nurses/doctors, testing sites)  according to a region's needs.
 
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