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    Generally speaking, the harder Biden beats him,...

    Generally speaking, the harder Biden beats him, the better the coat-tail effect and the better the Democrats (also the Left in general, since I realize those are two very different groups to you)...
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    Remember, being a moderate makes him even worse...

    Remember, being a moderate makes him even worse than a conservative, to Steely.
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    No one is banning guns They just have to say...

    No one is banning guns They just have to say that they're against gun violence. If that's too much for you, how about a statement allowing surveillance of them in their homes, at work, and at their...
  4. I'm sure that's the case. But that's another...

    I'm sure that's the case. But that's another thing the courts simply can't do anything about. There has to be a currently justiciable controversy.
  5. Speaking theoretically (since the Court didn't...

    Speaking theoretically (since the Court didn't put any requirements in its ruling) it could have issue an injunction to discard the system, along with a temporary stay pending proof that the issues...
  6. The correct legal decision and not just because...

    The correct legal decision and not just because of the guiding jurisprudence. There's just not time to make changes. But the Court should have ordered that if the system was not "fixed," it must be...
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    Why put the attention on himself. You answered...

    Why put the attention on himself.

    You answered your own question. This IS Trump, after all.
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    That's a filthy lie, Mahiro. You're not new. ...

    That's a filthy lie, Mahiro. You're not new. You're just wayward and late in rejoining us.
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    Yeah, as I just said, his preexisting...

    Yeah, as I just said, his preexisting psychological deficit means this is potentially very dangerous for the rest of us. . . oh. You mean for him. Being, this is 2020. The year that won't stop...
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    Which is exactly what he's going to do if it's...

    Which is exactly what he's going to do if it's real and he gets through with only mild symptoms (the most likely scenario for most infected already). And he'll believe it himself 100%, since with...
  11. Thread: covid-19

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    I think the solution is obvious, considering our...

    I think the solution is obvious, considering our evolutionary psychology. Masks on, shirts off.
  12. It is, as Governor Abbot says, an election...

    It is, as Governor Abbot says, an election security measure. More precisely, it is a measure to secure the election for the correct party.
  13. Spare us these obvious lies, Aimless. The only...

    Spare us these obvious lies, Aimless. The only thing that modifies their behavior is the threat of jail time and an occasional judicious lethal shooting when a child is engaged in poor behavior.
  14. I'm moving myself next month. Not between states...

    I'm moving myself next month. Not between states or even federal districts, but into another precinct and at least one local candidate will be changing because of that but I won't hit the proper...
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    Well, the first thing that springs to mind is...

    Well, the first thing that springs to mind is that the judiciary and state aren't separate and under the US framework they're not supposed to be. The judiciary is one of the three pillars of the...
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    Frankly, though, it's a lot more likely they'll...

    Frankly, though, it's a lot more likely they'll rush things in before the election. And that's not really stoppable. If any of the vulnerable Republican senators bolt, it'll practically be...
  17. Thread: covid-19

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    Sure we will. He'll just find other ways to be...

    Sure we will. He'll just find other ways to be selective about the applicable data and distortive in its presentation
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    To overrule it directly, against the wishes of...

    To overrule it directly, against the wishes of the Executive and the house in question? They definitely don't have the power to do so, regardless of whether they'd technically have the authority or...
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    By that point Congress will have adjourned, Rand....

    By that point Congress will have adjourned, Rand. He'd have to call the Senate into special session due to extraordinary circumstances, that will get challenged in the courts and I expect the courts...
  20. Hey Lewk, care to provide the AJDL's numbers on...

    Hey Lewk, care to provide the AJDL's numbers on anti-semitism among the religious right or rural south, as opposed to the "general population"?
  21. Thread: covid-19

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    I can see and understand downplaying the threat...

    I can see and understand downplaying the threat to avoid panic. Not necessarily agree with it, it was probably still the wrong choice in this case, but I can understand it. . . provided he was also...
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    In fairness, what is good for the UK is not...

    In fairness, what is good for the UK is not necessarily good for the US and vice versa.
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    Everyone curbs power usage Lewk. That's why you...

    Everyone curbs power usage Lewk. That's why you get charged different rates for higher levels of usage or for usage at peak times. It's called "capitalism." You should look into it, the hand of...
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    There's probably some blame for continued...

    There's probably some blame for continued power-regulation issues, sure. But having basically the entire start of 40million people dealing with 110-degree temperatures or higher multiple days in a...
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    Because Texas now accounts for ~10% of total US...

    Because Texas now accounts for ~10% of total US infections.
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