Robert Ariail for August 02, 2022

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    RAGs  4 months ago

    MAGA pox is deadly to everyone, not just those who have it.

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    wellis1947 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Fortunately, the disease is limited to the less intelligent amongst the remaining republican faithful – please realize, this still places it as “fatal” to several million voters – also fortunately they won’t be missed all that much – stupidity is useful only to accentuate what SHOULD be.

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    knutdl  4 months ago

    Elephant pox https://www.elephant.se/index.php?id=215

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    scote1379 Premium Member 4 months ago

    One of Trumpie the Clown’s Insurrection people just got sentenced to 7years , Huh , was it worthwhile ?

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    superposition  4 months ago

    The pox being spread by the Malacious Authoritarian Goon Associoation creates a feverish envy/hatred for intellectuals, immigrants, blacks, non-evangelicals/non-catholics, and believers in equality and equal justiice.

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    FrankErnesto  4 months ago

    You can tell them, but they won’t believe you.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 4 months ago

    Ele Fink is a pox monkey.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 4 months ago

    You can vote for republigoons who took away your reproductive rights or

    you can vote for democrats who want to give them back.

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    rossevrymn Premium Member 4 months ago

    Awwww, opspecial, ultra ammosexual, sammy snyder, kat and alfred brown……………………………sorry…………………………do you have any white, right-wing populist comments?:

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    “A pox o’ your throat, you bawling, blasphemous, incharitable dog!”

    William Shakespeare, “The Tempest”

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    The Nodding Head  4 months ago

    It attacks the brain. Those suffering tend to become increasingly incoherent. Cognition declines. Many have an overwhelming desire to buy guns and ammunition and exhibit them. In the final stages, the victim might become violent, lashing out in paranoid frenzy.

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    librarylady59  4 months ago

    https://www.sciencealert.com/belief-in-conspiracies-is-associated-with-lower-critical-thinking-skills-but-there-s-more-to-the-story

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    Redd Panda  4 months ago

    It’s nice to get good news from a Doctor. Saw mine last week. The good news?

    You can’t get Monkee Pox, if you’ve been inoculated for Smallpox.

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    thelordthygod666  4 months ago

    A majority of Republicans actually believe that the Democratic Party has been actively replacing native-born white voters by shipping in immigrants for years [Science, 22 Jul 22, p.357]

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    bbenoit  4 months ago

    Spread by close physical contact with other old white men. Sad to say I am one, older, that is, not MAGA.

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    MC4802 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Wearing a red MAGA hat is the first leading indicator, have “TRUMP” tattoed across your neck absolutely validates it…especially when your friends know you as “Goober”.https://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/2017/01/21/this-is-who-i-am-lubbock-man-gets-trump-neck-tattoo/

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    shillparker  4 months ago

    Now do TDS…

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 4 months ago

    The situation in rural America has been deliberately designed by 1%ers to produce MAGAts. They own the news outlets that broadcast the conservative propaganda, and use them specifically for that purpose. In some areas, the only actual news is on the local main stream networks, and they have bent over backwards for years to not take sides, even when one side is obviously lying. And, the people they have coffee with, go to church (or the bar) with etc are dealing with the same situation. That means that real people that you know and trust are backing up what you are getting from the propaganda machine. Unless you are a really intelligent, involved person, you are going to accept the world you see, unaware that it has been paid for and organized by people who are working against your best interests.Now, consider the possibility that the world you live in is not only being exposed as fake by the real news agencies, but even Faux news has now decided they can’t keep up the hoax and will have to get real occasionally. You are faced with the situation of having lived in a farce your entire life. Can you imagine how frightening that would be? Be generous with them. They are victims of the 1%. If we don’t rub their noses in the situation and support them, they may be able to see the truth.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 4 months ago

    BLUF: It’s possible to saddle a moose, but ya work like héll and it only pîsses off the moose.

    We all know that arguing with a troll is like arguing with a fun house mirror – trolls are like poltergeists that get their rocks off by spitting in your face.

    And then there are those persons like your aggrieved, bigoted, curmudgeonly uncle who watches FOX “News” all day that you have to tolerate every Thanksgiving. An appeal to sanity, common sense, and reason is absolutely lost on him and 20-25% of the population, colloquially described as the MAGA “base”. It’s been postulated that they are afflicted with an inflamed and engorged basal ganglia (aka “the Reptilian Brain”), exacerbated by a self-centered sociopathic (sometimes nihilistic) ego manifested by a twisted and paranoid sense of “humor” consisting of inflicting as much pain and cruelty as possible on the other 80% of the population.

    As a consequence, they wear as a badge of honor the delusion that replaces an awareness of empirical truth and facts with what they believe to be an uncanny paranormal ability that only they see invisible conspiracies and only they know how to simplistically “fix” problems we don’t have, in ways nobody else understands. When rejected or refuted by facts, they can erupt in a violent, snowball effect of anger and grievance that only exacerbates their pathology.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    Senate Republicans are reversing course on a veterans health care bill, signaling they’ll now help it quickly move to President Joe Biden’s desk after weathering several days of intense criticism for delaying the legislation last week.

    Republicans insist their decision to hold up the bill, which expands health care for veterans exposed to toxic substances while on active duty, was unrelated to the deal on party-line legislation that top Democrats struck last week. The GOP blocked the bill hours after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced an agreement on a health care, climate and tax package — angering Republicans who thought the Democrats-only plan would be much narrower. Regardless of their reasoning, the GOP was quickly forced to play defense against both Democrats and veterans’ advocates who were caught off-guard by Republican delaying tactics after the party greenlit a nearly identical bill in June. Republicans say they blocked the bill because of concerns spearheaded by Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) over what the retiring senator called a “budgetary gimmick” — language that he argued could allow certain funds to be used for programs unrelated to veterans’ health care. That language was in the bill when it initially passed the Senate in an 84-14 vote, before a technical snag forced the chamber to vote on it again. Democrats have questioned the turnabout sharply given that 25 Republicans voted to block the bill over the budgetary issue only on its second trip to the floor, not its first.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 4 months ago

    Maga Pox, the mind killer, turns you into a thoughtless rabid animal that hates everything.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 4 months ago

    ‘We don’t live in a democracy,’ says the Republican Party’s top ‘election integrity’ expert

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2022/8/2/2114037/—We-don-t-live-in-a-democracy-says-the-Republican-Party-s-top-election-integrity-expert?utm_campaign=trending

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 4 months ago

    PA-Gov: Mastriano’s® Fans On Gab Are Calling For Anti-Semitic Violence Against Josh Shapiro (D)

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2022/8/2/2114036/-PA-Gov-Mastriano-s-R-Fans-On-Gab-Are-Calling-For-Anti-Semitic-Violence-Against-Josh-Shapiro-D?utm_campaign=trending

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    AND, in another example of Republicans HATING Average Americans: Rancid Rand Paul is complaining that Democratic Senate Candidate Charles Booked has PERSONALLY delivered a truckload of DONATED Drinking water to the flood-stricken counties in Eastern Kentucky.

    Republican Sen. Rand Paul and Charles Booker, his Democratic opponent this fall in Kentucky, traded shots at each other Monday involving each other’s response to the deadly flooding that devastated several Appalachian counties last week.

    Booker personally delivered a truck full of water and supplies to an emergency shelter at Letcher County Central High School in flood-ravaged Whitesburg on Saturday, with his campaign office in Louisville now full of more supplies that will be delivered soon after his call for supporters to provide donations.

    But when asked by a reporter at his Monday press conference in Louisville if he felt like he was doing enough for the flood victims — and the optics of his opponent being there on the ground with his volunteer effort — Paul countered that politicians should stay out of the way.

    “I think most people think that the people who should be doing the responding are the professionals," Paul said. “You know, politicians out there having their picture taken probably isn’t that useful.”Booker shot back at Paul’s comments later Monday, issuing a statement that the senator’s “pitiful response is yet more evidence that he does not care about the people of Kentucky.”

    “He’s talking like someone who hasn’t been on the ground, because if he saw what I saw, he’d know that everyone’s help is needed,” Booker said. “If he actually listened to the people on the ground, he’d know they are asking for supplies to help with cleanup, hot meals, and debris removal. They’re asking for help finding loved ones.”

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    Olddog04  4 months ago

    Correct diagnosis.

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    DEACON FRED  4 months ago

    TOUGH!!!

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