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  1. And Lewk will actually applaud this but it also...

    And Lewk will actually applaud this but it also provides a perverse incentive to use lethal force AGAINST anyone committing a crime, no matter how non-violent, to increase their potential sentences.
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    What dehumanizing terms. "Nazi"? That's not...

    What dehumanizing terms. "Nazi"? That's not dehumanizing. That partly encapsulates the whole problem. Forgetting that the Nazis and fascism in general were and are all too human is a mistake...
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    They're not. They're saying you need to do a...

    They're not. They're saying you need to do a backstop now to preserve the rights you've guaranteed the Irish. Once you leave with no deal, THEN they'll "subjugate you" to a number of things much...
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    It's a bit late to return land, Lewk (and anyone...

    It's a bit late to return land, Lewk (and anyone who tried to accept it and move back is demonstrating Darwinically that they're too stupid to be allowed to manage lands in the first place). A full...
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    I never had a problem with the basic idea of...

    I never had a problem with the basic idea of Brexit. It's the total ineptitude with which you guys have been acting in the years since the referendum that have been a problem. But you are never...
  6. Thread: TRUMP 2020

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    Oh please. The GOP is vociferously against a...

    Oh please. The GOP is vociferously against a federal level ID requirement. Because they won't be able to use it to disenfranchise legitimate Democratic voters. They want ID requirements but only...
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    No they won't, because it's not logical at all. ...

    No they won't, because it's not logical at all. It makes no sense from rat-choice, realpolitik, liberal institutionalism, or any other framework you care to name. It would be an incredibly poor...
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    They shouldn't be, no. But you apparently want...

    They shouldn't be, no. But you apparently want them to be, just so long as the law-enforcement official uses an "immigration" badge



    I don't much care about capturing and ejecting illegals in...
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    This exact logic is how those "administrative...

    This exact logic is how those "administrative inquiries" done by colleges into rape allegations function. So thank you, Lewk, for once again proving that you think someone crossing the border is...
  10. They're here, aren't they? And they're not from...

    They're here, aren't they? And they're not from a place as shattered as Somalia, or under a "dangerous regime" like NK or Iran, right? Isn't that evidence enough?
  11. Eh. Unfortunately, one constant part of the...

    Eh. Unfortunately, one constant part of the American identity as a mixing bowl or melting pot is an underlayer of older arrivals turning around and trying to tell newer groups to stop trying to...
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    I'm not misremembering. You pissed all over the...

    I'm not misremembering. You pissed all over the idea of parliamentary supremacy as a principle with any meaning or importance when Rand talked about treaties, even when there was no suggestion that...
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    Aimless has, in fact, also objected to the idea...

    Aimless has, in fact, also objected to the idea that Parliament can change its mind in this thread over its extended duration, when Randblade has been gassing on about parliamentary supremacy.
  14. If you think that's an upper limit and it will...

    If you think that's an upper limit and it will usually be much faster you're delusional. As for your "furthermore" clarification, no. That's not a 5 in 1, that's a 5 in 5. There is no such thing...
  15. There are a hundred hours in a day? Ladies and...

    There are a hundred hours in a day? Ladies and gentleposters, this seems like a bona fide example of applied mathematics to people in the US insurance industry.
  16. What Hazir said. Yes, you want that honesty and...

    What Hazir said. Yes, you want that honesty and candor in the extremely private communications between an ambassador and its government but if that private communication does go public, keeping the...
  17. Thread: TRUMP 2016

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    You lost him already. Researching things is the...

    You lost him already. Researching things is the hallmark of one of those damned ivory tower "academics"
  18. I'm certain he does. "Selection bias is what...

    I'm certain he does. "Selection bias is what other people use to get results that are different from mine"
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    Yes. Their miserable failure to come to any kind...

    Yes. Their miserable failure to come to any kind of agreement internally over the last three years has finally pushed me to agree with your position Hazir.
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    I'd probably be ok with treating it as an...

    I'd probably be ok with treating it as an aggravating circumstance on the assault charge. But beyond that, no.
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    If it was just the Tories inability to accomplish...

    If it was just the Tories inability to accomplish a damn thing, I wouldn't have made the comment. But unfortunately it wasn't. The British public has demonstrated that they're not any more coherent...
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    Too easy. Every step of the way here you guys...

    Too easy. Every step of the way here you guys have been making things harder for you (and everyone else) than they should be and I don't think that would stop with a Labour majority. I don't buy...
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    It's not the same logic as employed in...

    It's not the same logic as employed in felony-murder (which is itself ridiculously overdone). There's no precipitating felony here. She's not being charged with any other crime that I can see.
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    Oh, you mean like with the Pizzagate crap that...

    Oh, you mean like with the Pizzagate crap that YOU were peddling?
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    I think we've got rather too far with the sex...

    I think we've got rather too far with the sex offender thing and Megan's Law and its ilk, actually. But it is amusing, appalling, and illustrative that you have equated sex offenders and students...
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