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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...
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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...
  6. 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"?
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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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    The ACLU demanded the cops comply with Oregon...

    The ACLU demanded the cops comply with Oregon state law? Those dastardly fiends!

    Waitaminute. The Oregon cops have been breaking the law with their filming? Doesn't that usually mean you think...
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    No residence, no assigned polling place. No...

    No residence, no assigned polling place. No mail-delivery point, no absentee ballot.
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    I'm not in 22. I'm close enough to 22 that I...

    I'm not in 22. I'm close enough to 22 that I occasionally hear Nunes ads on the radio, but still more than a district away from him. I could have sworn you'd said in the past that you were in the...
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    Huh. I actually thought you were in Nunes'...

    Huh. I actually thought you were in Nunes' district.



    Neither is voting third-party for President, at this juncture. Vote third-party for House and you're getting closer (of course you're...
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    I am voting my conscious. I intend to actively...

    I am voting my conscious. I intend to actively campaign for Harris. Because what my conscience says is that the best way to keep another Trump from happening in the future is to make the opposing...
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    Personally I can't stand Harris. And her...

    Personally I can't stand Harris. And her behavior as a prosecutor and AG here in California are the main reasons why (I pretty much ignored her in the Senate. Because A) I already didn't like her...
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    We really need to give that guy an award, for triggering the paleos like Lewk this much.
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    It doesn't protect misdemeanor. Political...

    It doesn't protect misdemeanor. Political protest is not a hate crime or an aggravating condition, however, and trying to make it one would run afoul of the 1st amendment's reason for existence. ...
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    There was one in West Texas earlier in the...

    There was one in West Texas earlier in the decade, right?
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    You can. Show me the legislation that can pass...

    You can. Show me the legislation that can pass SCOTUS scrutiny which will let you add this as a hate crime aggravating condition. You're not going to be able to. Protecting political protest and...
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    It's petty theft/destruction of property and...

    It's petty theft/destruction of property and should be treated the same way. Criminally it's a misdemeanor. If you want to argue special personal value for an everyday object, there's always...
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    Who the HELL thought SUMMER CAMP was a good idea...

    Who the HELL thought SUMMER CAMP was a good idea this year?
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    Well, seeing as the literal words of one prong of...

    Well, seeing as the literal words of one prong of the Brandenburg test is "the threat is so unequivocal, unconditional, and specific as to convey a gravity of purpose and immediate prospect of...
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    Lewk, it doesn't matter what law you try to...

    Lewk, it doesn't matter what law you try to apply. Loki's citing the test used for when you can and cannot take action against speech, in proper adherence to the 1st amendment. He's referencing the...
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