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Johnny Sack

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  1. So Georgia followed its law on purging voter rolls? And purged 107,000 people who had not voted or responded From your link: In Georgia, a registered voter can be flagged for a purge if he or she doesn't vote or make contact with election officials for three years. Election officials then send a notice in the mail to inform the person that he or she may be purged. If the person doesn't respond, contact election officials or vote in two subsequent elections, then he or she will be removed. It's a seven-year process. So people who voted in the high-turnout 2008 election but skipped 2010 through 2016 were dumped in 2017. That may explain why the July 2017 purge was the biggest one yet under Kemp. More than 591,000 Georgians had their voter registrations canceled that year, according to the secretary of state's office. State records show that 560,000 voter registrations were canceled for inactivity. And your position is what? That enough of those 107,000 people who have not voted since 2008 and who did not bother to respond to notices from election officials about their registration would have all voted for Abrams and changed an election Kemp won by 54,000 votes. It is complete bullshit.
  2. I think Democrats have gleefully paraded replacement theory around for decades now. They are wrong of course. But they sure were claiming it.
  3. yes you dumb bastard. I know how to Google things.
  4. Her big lie and refusal to concede an election she lost by 54,000 votes. I've been told the big lie is a really, really bad thing. I guess it must be different when she does it. I was also amused about her mask hypocrisy and then lying her ass off about it when she was caught.
  5. These guys can help. I do not believe in replacement theory. Because progressive white leftists are a lot farther left than Hispanics (and black males). So they are pushing them out of the Democrat party. See the Rio Grande Valley. Harvard Institute of Politics: “Old, white, straight, male voters ain't what they used to be .. It is hard to imagine future scenarios were the Republican Party can win national elections” Politico: “The immigration proposal pending in Congress would transform the nation’s political landscape for a generation or more — pumping as many as 11 million new Hispanic voters into the electorate a decade from now in ways that, if current trends hold, would produce an electoral bonanza for Democrats and cripple Republican prospects in many states they now win easily.” Center for American Progress: “Supporting real immigration reform that contains a pathway to citizenship for our nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants is the only way to maintain electoral strength in the future.” The New York Times: Right now America is tearing itself apart as an embittered white conservative minority clings to power, terrified at being swamped by a new multiracial polyglot majority. Jennifer Rubin: “a more diverse, more inclusive society. this is fabulous news. now we need to prevent minority White rule”
  6. WTF? Are you regarded? People on this thread were talking how partisan the conservative members of the court are. I had seen an article a couple years ago on the subject. And looked it up. Why is that so hard for your pea brain to understand?
  7. Google. What does it matter?
  8. Axios, a noted rightwing website.
  9. Hunters Creek has a Longhorn plurality. That really is not Aggie country. Great school district.
  10. As opposed to all the well-reasoned and rational opinions Cloak Room posters are famous for.
  11. Always liked him. He was great in Uncommon Valor.
  12. The Dem appointed judges are more partisan than the GOP appointed judges. https://www.axios.com/2019/06/01/supreme-court-justices-ideology
  13. I paid something like $10k for my first bay boat and trailer. Was 8 years old. 20 foot center console Gulf Coast with a 150 Yamaha TRP (great motor). Ran great and caught lots of fish in it. $150k for a center console bay boat seems nuts to me.
  14. Spray container with Pam before you put pasta in.
  15. I know vehicles last longer these days, but Jesus that's nuts. Only thing we do is buy new and keep for at least ten years.
  16. Disagree. I think abortion is different. There is a fetus that the state has some interest in protecting to balance against privacy. Do not see that interest with same sex marriage, gay sex, or contraceptives. If I am wrong, I will be very disappointed and angry at whoever is responsible for it. Now I do have one caveat with contraceptives. We are just talking about Griswold and a state banning them? Because I am not saying SCOTUS won't make Hobby Lobby or Little Sisters of the Poor type rulings regarding forcing employers to pay or insure contraceptives.
  17. There is no myth. Asians have the highest earnings by far of any racial group in the USA. And it has nothing to do with luck. Sorry that's an inconvenient truth.
  18. Are we not allowed to name call politicians we dislike here? If so, you got a lot of police work to do on this board.
  19. I don't even know what you're talking about. But you do a splendid job of keeping track of my posts. You have a spreadsheet or something?
  20. I'll take that action plus Lawrence. IMO, none of the 3 will be overturned by the SCOTUS.
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