You know what, ****, you are going to get your shots like a good boy when the time comes. And do you know why?
No, it's clearly the most dangerous virus ever. That's why we need rolling lockdowns and masks for eternity.
Typically, cuts in federal spending lead to increases in state taxes. President Biden has not cut federal spending; in fact, he has been spending like a Republican so far. I've been watching government a long time, and here's the deal: both parties spend like crazy. Democrats increase taxes (usually on top earners and corporations), Republicans decrease taxes (again, usually mostly in favor of top earners and corporations), but both sides spend. Debt increases when Democrats are in power, debt increases astronomically when Republicans are in power. Debt always increases.
I suspect dictionaries are bad because socialism should be defined by conservatives, who also insist on defining liberalism and civil rights and pretty much everything else they don't like.
Again? It's easy to prove you wrong you know, @Abatjour cares about my opinions for one...
I’ll just leave this right here.....Cannonpointer » 23 Mar 2021, 2:35 pm » wrote: ↑
That's a fact - not a theory.
I also said the trump vaccines are experimental. Again, that is a fact, not a theory.
Okay, back in the lap, ***. Break's over.
I don't know Vegas.. I cant follow everything. But these companies are going to start getting scores. The scores are based on how woke and Pc they are. Which effects all the money they get.. whether it be grants, funding, kickbacks.. subsidies etc, chicken sh-ts.
Sorry, but it's certainly not a fact that Chauvin was out to "punish" Floyd. That's your opinion, and it's not supported by any factual evidence. You then make the claim that it was "obvious" that Floyd WOULD have gotten into the police car, despite the efforts of 3 policemen who were unable to force him in. And despite what you claim, the "smirk" you saw on Chauvin's face DOES NOT "say it all". Facial expressions are NOT permissible as factual evidence of a crime, thank God! Furthermore, you offered the opinion that the cops had the equipment out to hog-tie him, wondering why that wasn't used. The fact is that hog-tying a suspect is not permitted under the MN Police Guidelines, and then speculate that the police "had other options", and that the police made "bad choices" which have consequences. Again, those are opinions that I don't believe you're qualified to make. Beyond that, you made the error of stating that counterfeiting is nothing but a misdemeanor, which is completely false.
Vaccines/drugs are experimental until they are approved by the FDA. The COVID vaccines are unapproved, therefore they are experimental.RollingRock » 02 Apr 2021, 10:24 am » wrote: ↑Nope, I will be receiving the coronavirus vaccine. Experimental procedures aren't covered under my medical insurance.
You are quite biased as well.Zeets2 » 03 Apr 2021, 1:15 pm » wrote: ↑
You get the idea, and you should know that I have no problem with you stating your opinions. But if you're going to chastise others like Buffalo for providing HIS opinions, then take full authority on whether or not you'll allow his opinion "to stand" until you eventually throw him off the thread, I see that as being disingenuous, and your bias on the case doesn't appear to be obvious to you.
You are too big a ****** to defend your "opinions" - so you accuse others of "going on" when they attempt to get you to stand like a **** man, you cowardly little punk.
The problem I have with this is...in this situation it's not all about you or me.
@Vegas giants has a sig line claiming you are an admitted liar and in the above post you admit that to teach him a lesson you lied to him.Cannonpointer » 09 Apr 2021, 1:38 pm » wrote: ↑
He thinks he is the only one who can see his siggy.
Because I told him that to mind **** him.
He was too stupid to falsify it by logging out and looking.
Harmless fun - just playing with a retard.
I consider you pretty logical and level headed. It's amazing how two reasonable and intelligent people can see this case so differently. I am sure I have my blind spots as well but, it seems from any unbiased look at this case, that Mr Floyd had a life long struggle with addiction to some very deadly drugs. That shortly before he died he was suffering an overdose when he was dealing with law enforcement. That he died as a result of not getting immediate treatment for the overdose.RollingRock » 09 Apr 2021, 1:45 pm » wrote: ↑
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