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    Don't you find it strange that Joe Biden doesn't even believe in his own rule, which he stated on the floor of the US Senate in 1992?

    The Biden Rule states: No vote should be held on a SCOTUS nominee in a presidential election year if the president's party and the party of the Senate majority are different.

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    I am a woman. Amy Barrett sexually molested me during our college days. Democrats, please let me know how I should proceed with this?

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    Contact Feinstein's office immediately, she tried using a poison pen letter to destroy Kavanaugh so she's willing to do anything. Best start now so that Feinstein can sit on this letter for weeks before she brings your letter to the public's attention.

    Anonymous coward, is that like Democrats using an obvious liar to falsely accuse a man of sexual assault, you know, disrespecting the actual victims of sexual assault for their political games.

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    Why is BLM spreading fake news to justify their violence and burn Louisville ?

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    As with all the other tragic incidents , this one raised issues about police procedures and practices -- and nothing more .

    This was a drugs raid on an apartment owned by a girl friend of a known dealer .The victim happened to be living there with another male -- and again ,her choice of boyfriend seems to have been wanting -- , as he  began shooting as soon as the police came through the door .

    And not surprisingly the police returned fire . And ,as has become usual , the BLM immediately took the opportunity to distort the circumstances surrounding the incident ,in order to simply incite the community against the police .

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    Breonna Taylor—are the cops wrong or is the law wrong?

    The indictments were decided upon by a Grand Jury made up from randomly selected members of the Louisville community based on voter registration records. These Grand Jury members were shown evidence by the DA and asked to decide whether that evidence supported an indictment.

     

    These Grand Jury members decided the evidence supported an indictment for reckless and wanton endangerment against one of the officers involved in the raid, but that insufficient evidence existed to indict the others.

     

    So who's in the wrong? Is it the cops? The Grand Jury members? The DA who presented evidence? Or is the law fundamentally unjust?

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    The US is a shìt show.  Time to leave?

    There's 190 million whites.  Half of them are homosexuals and feminists.

    There's 40 million blacks.  Most of them are in prison, on parole, on drugs, and committing crimes.  They usually sell drugs on the side and increase costs of medical care, and all that.

    There's 40 million Hispanics.  Most of them are construction workers that sell drugs on the side.  They help spread the opiod epidemic, run up the cost of medical care and increase the crime rates indirectly through their drug dealing businesses.

    Then there's the Asians.  They're mainly quiet, work hard, study hard, do good in school, and get lucrative engineering and tech jobs.

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    Should race issues drown out all other issues?

    Can anyone else get a word in edgewise, or are racial issues the only issues worth talking about? Even the virus has taken a back seat to race issues, starting with the George Floyd riots in late May. Is there nothing else worth talking about in the world?

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    Do you think it looks better to drop an attacker with one .357 round then to empty a 7 round .380 mag into them?

    For a long time I carried a Glock 42 chambered in .380 because it was small, light weight, mild recoil and I figured the chance that I would ever be forced to use it was so slim that it wouldn't matter.  I would carry in a kydex holster inside my waist band with a round in the chamber.  I could also easily pocket carry.  The Glock was nice, I didn't have to worry about a thumb safety, just draw and fire.  I didn't want anything more powerful because it's purpose was to stop a fight at close range.  I think it would be hard to prove self-defense if the attacker was too far away to be an immediate threat.  

    What somebody pointed out was, if I had to dump 7 rounds of .380 into an attacker but failed to stop them it would look really bad.  He said the attacker would likely just get pissed off and kill several other people opening me up to massive liability.

    I stopped carrying it because I don't want to be in the situation where I can't stop someone with 2 or 3 shots.

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    What’s the point of life?

    I quit my job two weeks ago. I was working as an entry level mechanical engineer at a large aerospace defense contractor. I didn’t mind the work at first, but I grew to hate it after six or so months. I didn’t care for the people or the environment and I never felt like I belonged there. My job required me to work in a cubicle in isolation. Along with my work, I spent most of my time feeling like I was missing out on life and that the 9-5 life just wasn’t for me. I thought I could keep my misery at work, but it eventually followed me home and took over my personal life. I couldn’t sleep, focus, or enjoy the things I use to. My inability to sleep turned in to night sweats and nightmares. I later fell into a bout of depression and lost all motivation to go into work. I decided to put my two week’s notice shortly after. I worked at the company for 1.5 years. 

    I now work as a freight handler at Sam’s Club. I feel so lost now and have no idea what I should do with my life. I’m afraid of going back to professional work because I don’t want to experience the same thing again.

    Is this what life is all about? Working a job, chasing money, being miserable and dying? I’m so lost and scared right now. 

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    Is it true that the protesters chanting "Vote Him Out" at Donald Trump outside the Supreme Court are true American patriots?

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    When a Republican asks you why you don't support Donald Trump, here is a list:

    I think building a wall from sea to shining sea on taxpayer dollars is stupid.  

    I think that attacking whistleblowers is wrong.

    I think that he has no plan for healthcare other than to say that he has a plan for healthcare.

    I think that we should have universal background checks on firearms (which he never pushed for).

    I think that banning people from "brown" countries is stupid, all while he allows the country where most of the 9/11 masterminds and terrorists came from (Saudi Arabia) do as they choose.

    I don't think that the majority of the tax breaks should go to the wealthy.

    I don't think a President should hide his tax returns from the American people.

    I don't think that employees of the EPA should be barred from posting on social media or from talking to the media.

    I don't think that children should be separated from their parents at the border.

    I don't think the President's businesses should take any money from taxpayers.

    I don't think a President should demand "loyalty" from anyone who serves the American people.

    I don't think that mercury and asbestos regulations should be lifted.

    I don't think that the President should attack federal judges for not upholding his laws.

    I don't think Betsy DeVos should be the secretary of anything, let alone my kids' education.

    I don't think the President should lash out at an American retail store for not selling his daughter's crappy products.

    I don't think the President should call American POW heroes "losers."

    I don't think Presidents should claim that their opponent received 3 million illegal votes in an election.

    I don't think Presidents should downplay pandemics to their citizens.

    I don't think Presidents should ask the National Guard to tear gas and shoot rubber bullets at peaceful protesters just so that he can kick people out of a church for a photo op.

    I don't think there should be budget cuts made to programs surrounding climate change.

    I don't think Presidents should accuse their predecessor of wiretapping his home.

    I don't think the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces regulations should be cut.

    I don’t think Presidents should erase rules that prevent internet service providers from sharing and selling our private information without our permission.

    I think we should be in the Paris Agreement.

    I don’t think Presidents should remove regulations that require schools to have healthy lunches for kids.

    I don’t think Presidents should claim that they have “absolute authority.”

    I don’t think Presidents should withhold funding from our allies unless they announce a fake investigation into his political opponents.

    I don’t think Presidents should allow Saudi Government officials to pay his businesses $270,000 for hotel rooms they don’t even use.

    I don’t think Presidents should spread conspiracy theories about news anchors murdering their interns.

    I don’t think the US military should rent $2.4 million in space at Trump Tower while Trump is President.

    I don’t think the President should take overtime pay from people.

    I don’t think a President should call Neo-Nazi’s and White Nationalists “Very Fine People.”

    I don’t think emission standards on cars should be rolled back.

    I don’t think the President should end federal grants for organizations that are devoted to eradicating white nationalists.

    I don’t think the Secret Service should have to pay the President $137,000+ to rent golf carts at his own golf resort.

    I don’t think the President should pardon people who are convicted of lying about their relationship with him.  

    I don’t think DACA should be terminated.

    I don’t think people who think that airplanes existed during the Revolutionary war, or who think “Yosemite” is pronounced “Yo-Semite” should be president.

    I don’t think the President should retweet anti-muslim videos.

    I don’t think Net Neutrality should be repealed.

    I don’t think the President should roll back offshore drilling regulations.

    I don’t think Presidents should call “black” nations “shithole countries.”

    I don't think Presidents should mock disabled people.

    I don’t think Presidents should cheat on their wives with porn stars.

    I don’t think Presidents should take the word of Russia over the word of our own intelligence agencies.

    Yes.

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    Is the Black Lives Matter movement basically the KKK but for Blacks against Whites?

    Might as well call them BlacKKK Lives Matter, am

    I right?

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