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  1. I tried to read the incredibly mealy-mouthed...

    I tried to read the incredibly mealy-mouthed piece he's citing. I had to give in when, in their explanation of proccesses and reasons, they wrote the following. . .


    The whole thing is riddled...
  2. They do overstep. They didn't overstep here. ...

    They do overstep. They didn't overstep here. That the brouhaha has persisted this long is entirely due to to Trump getting Barr to end-run the law and overrule the the clearly reasonable...
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    And there's zero requirement you don't travel...

    And there's zero requirement you don't travel either. What the mayor did was *not* block people from traveling over the holidays. They were always going to make their own plans. All the mayor did...
  4. No. If a President uses their pardon power...

    No. If a President uses their pardon power irrresponsibly (for instance, as a means of obstructing justice by protecting people from perjury charges/convictions) the Constitutional remedy is...
  5. Thread: CryptoAG

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    Seems like it was a pretty shrewd and effective...

    Seems like it was a pretty shrewd and effective investment by the CIA.
  6. The Democrats aren't going to magically turn...

    The Democrats aren't going to magically turn things around in Congress based on Georgia. Look at how they've performed elsewhere. This election ended up being a (relatively narrow) rejection of...
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    I'd think so. I know part of it is the...

    I'd think so. I know part of it is the penny-pinching budgeting, since the US public certainly doesn't would prefer to not even be paying for food and shelter for criminals, much less "luxuries"...
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    For the life of me, I have never understood the...

    For the life of me, I have never understood the US penal system's constantly-demonstrated interest in not allowing inmates to read.
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    I think they hired him because he is more...

    I think they hired him because he is more intelligent, more trustworthy, and more honorable than you are.
  10. Thread: covid-19

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    And they haven't settled yet? WTF? They should...

    And they haven't settled yet? WTF? They should be begging the plaintiffs to give them a number, any number, and they'll pay it. They can't possibly expect the punitives on this won't be even worse...
  11. It's so sad to see the Republican Party forget...

    It's so sad to see the Republican Party forget basic principles. When you set out someone as a scapegoat, you're supposed to silence the scapegoat. A scapegoat able and willing to defend themselves...
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    I really can't believe how dumb they are. Like...

    I really can't believe how dumb they are. Like the narcissist-in-chief is going to bother helping ANYONE after he loses. He's just going to to stew and sulk and send out angry tweets about how...
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    Both Democrats. The law is that it goes to the...

    Both Democrats. The law is that it goes to the person who won a majority of the vote. If that can't be determined, the state legislature is allowed to make the call. But Trump can't block the...
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    No recount is going to switch Pennsylvania and so...

    No recount is going to switch Pennsylvania and so it really doesn't matter what shenanigans Georgia wants to get up to. And in Pennsylvania, the governor (who is a Democrat) appoints the electors.
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    I don't know if it's smart or not. It's...

    I don't know if it's smart or not. It's certainly possible it's a very smart approach. Less so if they can't get a court to strike down the entire Act. But it's an interesting approach regardless....
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    What an interesting approach. I wonder who had...

    What an interesting approach. I wonder who had that brainstorm? The GOP was too gutless (and had enough common sense) to repeal the ACA because they knew they'd get crucified for the consequences...
  17. I didn't say squat about who was in the positions...

    I didn't say squat about who was in the positions right now. I was talking about the new administration's ability to prepare themselves for when they DO take positions. Not the next two months, but...
  18. Well, for one, as GGT has cited it prevents the...

    Well, for one, as GGT has cited it prevents the GSA from taking steps to enable the transition team. It hurts every single one of us, in the event that the currently projected result is indeed...
  19. No. The GOP has (way later than it should have)...

    No. The GOP has (way later than it should have) started flirting with populism. It went "bread and circuses" during Bush Jr.s administration and went more and more in on populism in the subsequent...
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    Yes. Yes he can.

    Yes. Yes he can.
  21. Hope so. I'm tired of the hyper-partisanship and...

    Hope so. I'm tired of the hyper-partisanship and vitriol and I'm fine with us being the bigger person if that's what it takes. Just not to the point of allowing the GOP to continue screwing around...
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    It would cause a special kind of joy if there'd...

    It would cause a special kind of joy if there'd been enough Maricopa Trump votes there to turn Arizona.

    Of course, some of the things he said are true. For instance, millions of mail-in ballots...
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    :considers the source: Sounds like a frame-job by...

    :considers the source: Sounds like a frame-job by QANON and Paxton. Can we even be sure there is a social worker by that name? I smell another Republican conspiracy to commit fraud.
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    Define what makes signatures match. It's ALWAYS...

    Define what makes signatures match. It's ALWAYS a subjective call. I look at lots of signatures each day as part of my job. I provide my own signature plenty of times each day as part of my job. ...
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    It's not just counting them. It's counting them...

    It's not just counting them. It's counting them with sufficient attention to detail regarding the ballot to satisfy the partisan observers trying to challenge every vote not going their way. And in...
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