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  1. I'm old enough to remember when he was going to fund his own campaigns. Maybe he'll send it to Rudy to help out with legal costs. https://www.axios.com/trump-presidential-pension-payments-7f1120c5-6a12-4960-949e-3bb8ca611148.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=onhrs
  2. I'm not good with words; all I can offer are my heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
  3. https://www.axios.com/off-the-rails-trump-military-withdraw-afghanistan-5717012a-d55d-4819-a79f-805d5eb3c6e2.html?utm_campaign=organic&utm_medium=socialshare&utm_source=twitter
  4. Don't forget 73% of Mississippi approving medical marijuana and....
  5. Mother? (I suspect, since I've seen chatter about the libs wanting to do something about Mother's Day)
  6. Aside from Wal-Mart employees, I'd venture to say that 10% of Wal-Mart customers actually bothered to wear a mask since last Spring.
  7. I hope I (and others) are absolutely 100% incorrect about all this. But damn, how can you possibly square the actions of various elected state GOP officials during their respective legislative sessions with "everything is going to be just fine and normal" in 2022 and 2024? I sure the hell can't. I mean, take a look at this in Georgia. Don't like Fulton County election results? Just have the newly formed State Election Board take over. Page 11: The State Election Board may suspend county or municipal superintendents and appoint an individual to serve as the temporary superint
  8. Brisket said it better than I can. Georgia alone neutered the concept of a Secretary of State. Pretty sure a few other states will do the same before the 2022 election. When a state's GOP led house and senate can just unilaterally change the laws to suit their needs...when it comes time to certify the election for their state and Biden only wins by 120,000...what do you think they will do? I want to believe that all this is just hyperbole. I really, really do. But nothing since November 3rd tells us that this was just an aberration; that these states with a GOP House, Senate
  9. Trump running again isn't the problem. The problem is a GOP that retakes the House and Senate and in 2024 just throws everything out the window and anoints Trump even if he loses, because fuck voting. That's it. That's the entire problem. Why worry about a Gen Z, Millenials, etc voting +20 D when you can just toss out the results.
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