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Can we forgive Trump for allowing the pandemic to rage, doubtlessly causing THOUSANDS of needless deaths?Favourite answer:
I bear the man no ill will, but my country deserves better than an incompetent in charge.7 AnswersPolitics20 hours ago
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On a scale of 1-5 with 5 being the worst case scenario, the United Kingdom has today moved from 3 to 4.
Should a second full national lockdown be imposed immediately in an effort to get it back down to 3 before it gets to 5?
My reading of the scale is that the only difference between level 4 and 5 is when it gets to 5 this represents a risk to the NHS becoming overwhelmed but the risk to public health in terms of human to human transmission is the same.
Has the time for talking stopped, is action needed? OR is it time for us to just return to normal and accept that when it's all said and done we will have lost some citizens?6 AnswersCurrent Events1 day ago
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Why did the Democrats destroy over TWENTY MILLION JOBS and shrank GDP by over 30%, as well as kill millions of lives?
Shutting down businesses destroyed the economy and sending asymptotic people into nursing homes killed millions6 AnswersPolitics9 hours ago
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Trump has ADDED almost $7 TRILLION to the US debt in less than 4 years. Since when is out-of-control spending a GOP platform?
And no, it's NOT bc of coronavirus. He was already spending like a drunken sailor BEFORE.81 AnswersPolitics15 hours ago
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Breaking News: Trump's stock market on way to total collapse due to Trump's failure with Coronavirus, why do cons ruin the economy?
Same thing happened with Bush. Now cons will complain next year Biden is taking too long to fix Trump/Republican Depression.51 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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If Trump supporters are so sure Trump will win in November, why are they in such a hurry to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg?Favourite answer:
Excellent question. And all the evasive answers from Trump toadies here in Y!A don't answer the question while raising many other questions about the Trump supporters true motives. It can wait until after the new President is sworn in. “The American people should have a voice in the selection of their next Supreme Court Justice. Therefore, this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president.”--Moscow Mitch.57 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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Donald Trump calls “Ruth Bader Ginsburg an “amazing woman“ upon her passing. Are we sure Trump is conservative ?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of the most liberal justices in Supreme Court history.164 AnswersPolitics3 days ago
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Experts say Kamala’s proposed Green New Deal will cost in excess of 50 trillion. How does Harris propose such enormous taxation be collected?Favourite answer:
They can’t possibly collect that kind of tax revenues and they know it. It’s a way to raise our taxes, but then claim they didn’t get what they needed when their legislation fails.56 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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In my city, gun shops and sporting goods stores have run out of ammo. Is this a sign of whats to come?
Its like people are preparing for something awful.20 AnswersPolitics8 hours ago
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You believe in this pathetic lie of hard-work = success.
That was an anomaly in the 1950's and 60's; and isn't
applicable in today's world. I believe we are moving
towards a world without money. You can already see
this emerging paradigm in the rapidly developing fields
of 3D printing and nanotechnology. Prototypes for
star-trek replicators have already been invented. 100
years from now, I hope people look back and view the
40 hour work/week as slave-labor.
Your thoughts?49 AnswersOther - Society & Culture2 days ago
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