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Striking that Trump couldn't articulate a single policy proposal that would address the various issues and problems facing the country.
He literally has no idea what to do.
He literally has no idea what to do.
@metal-brain saidDid you read the last paragraph in my post?
It is rare because there has not been much mail in early voting until now. Trump didn't say there was a lot of voter fraud. He basically said more mail voting had the potential to lead to a lot of election fraud. You cannot prove that wrong until after the election. Nobody can.
@metal-brain saidNo one ever claimed that there has never been a case of voter fraud in the United States, so your links prove very little. In reality, cases of voter fraud are rare:
No, I'm not talking about that. Read the very first post of mine on this thread. I provided 2 links that prove election fraud. I'll add this too.
@athousandyoung saidTheir founder Gavin McInnes said this:
The Proud Boys are not White Supremacist. They are Western Male Chauvinist.
@earl-of-trumps saidYou make the rally seem so innocuous, but the Proud Boys weren't going to be there to chat about "internet free speech". True, they didn't show up, but Anderson claimed they were going to:
Get out of town, charlie brown.
you're telling me that an african american talking about freedom of speech on the
internet is going to be confused as a police brutality threat to afros???
you're gone, man.
@dood111 saidHere's another example (one of many):
That was a terrible miscarriage of justice.
@dood111 saidI already explained this.
If it's not "the law" then why do people get exonerated when they use a gun to defend themselves against an attacker beating the snot out of them that is unarmed?
@dood111 saidI don't know why he was punched. And all I know about the man who punched him in his name, age and city he lived in.
Are you seriously suggesting that at a conservative rally for free speech the Republican organizer was punched by another Republican?
@dood111 saidThat's already been explained.
If you really are a lawyer, you must be a crummy one, because depending on the situation the law DOES agree with me.
Remember Michael Brown? Unarmed.
Trayvon Martin? Unarmed.
There's countless cases of people shooting someone unarmed in self defense and getting off because they were being attacked and had no choice.
@dood111 saidThe law doesn't agree with you. Get over it.
He didn't "get" into a fight, HE WAS ATTACKED.
If someone bigger and stronger than you starts beating you mercilessly for no reason you certainly may use deadly force.
@jimmac saidState laws vary as to the use of deadly force to defend against a home invasion:
"a reasonable belief", that is ok if you get it right, you die if you get it wrong.
I do actually believe in the reasonable force clause but I feel many circumstances can exclude that. I have always said that in the event of a home invasion ( been happening here with some monotonous regularity ) I would use maximum force, ( we do not have guns ), inc knives, asap before aski ...[text shortened]... wn. I would not intend to kill but in the right situation, IF I had a gun, it may be the right move.
@earl-of-trumps saidBTW Earl your claim was:
Well then your numbers don't match up. Here is what you posted earlier:
"The country has about 2 million privately owned guns in a nation of 8.3 million people."
That's a little more than 4.1 people per gun. Now you are saying that only 28%
of households have a gun! that does not jive at all.
It sounds like almost all households would have a gun, unless ...[text shortened]... at's wrong? I'll let you figure out but
again, you just love playing the artful dodger, don't you.