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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #110 on: July 17, 2020, 06:04:31 PM »

  "Unlawful Tactics" such as: (1) SPYING on the Trump Campaign, (2) SPYING on the Trump Transition Team, and (3) SPYING on POTUS Trump. The Durham/Bulldog Barr Investigation HAMMER is coming down in Late Aug or Early Sept. Right in time to Consistently Reverberate into Nov 3. VP "Fuzzy" Joe has Yet to explain WHY: (1) he unmasked Gen Flynn only days before vacating his VP position, and (2) He claimed he "Knew Nothing" about the ongoing Flynn Investigation. 

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #111 on: July 17, 2020, 06:05:47 PM »
“I alone can fix it” - Donald Trump

Trumps comments on fixing it, in his own words:

January 22nd in Davos, Switzerland, ‘it’s totally under control.’ February 22nd, ‘we shut it down.’ February 10th it ‘goes away in April with the heat, a lot of people think.’ February 26th ‘the risk to the American people remains low.’ February 28th,  ‘this is their new hoax.’ May 8th, ‘It is going to go away without a vaccine,’ that’s what I’m talking about.” June 17th, “it’s fading away”.

In reality, Trump is making America what it once was; a frozen, barren wasteland”.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #112 on: July 17, 2020, 06:10:44 PM »

       I'm guessing "Fuzzy" Joe is giving You 1st Hand accounts of when America was a, "Frozen, Barren Wasteland"?
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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #113 on: July 17, 2020, 06:23:48 PM »
  "Unlawful Tactics" such as: (1) SPYING on the Trump Campaign, (2) SPYING on the Trump Transition Team, and (3) SPYING on POTUS Trump. The Durham/Bulldog Barr Investigation HAMMER is coming down in Late Aug or Early Sept. Right in time to Consistently Reverberate into Nov 3. VP "Fuzzy" Joe has Yet to explain WHY: (1) he unmasked Gen Flynn only days before vacating his VP position, and (2) He claimed he "Knew Nothing" about the ongoing Flynn Investigation.

You attempt to speak authoritatively on subjects you have neither the intelligence nor education with which to do so. There is ONE story in America. One. Americans are dying on Trumps watch, many within his own base. That’s the science. It’s not getting better regardless of what Trump says on Fox. Trump is lost, over his head....And even his base sees this fact. You, not unlike your mentor are totally dependent on something disappearing which you have no control over. Once again, the science. People are dying. It’s not about politics any longer. It’s about survival. You, not unlike the idiot in the WH lack any human qualities at all. No sympathy. No empathy. No compassion. No concern. Nothing. Zero. An embarrassing human being in full display for all to see.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #114 on: July 17, 2020, 06:28:20 PM »
       I'm guessing "Fuzzy" Joe is giving You 1st Hand accounts of when America was a, "Frozen, Barren Wasteland"?

AGAIN, you ignore the content of the posting which I can appreciate. You surely can’t defend his comments so you resort to juvenile HS theatrics. Embarrassing. AGAIN. Why are you here?

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #115 on: July 17, 2020, 06:30:54 PM »

  "Trump Derangement Syndrome" on Full Display above.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #116 on: July 17, 2020, 06:37:19 PM »
  "Trump Derangement Syndrome" on Full Display above.

Loving this. Your lack of originality/creativity is uniquely embarrassing perhaps even to Trump supporters. Help society. Get an education. So as to remind the members here, I’ve challenged you 4, yes 4 times to debate me LIVE on the internet regarding polling and how it’s done. Your response? You run. You hide. You disappear. Like POTUS himself, you’re a cartoon. A temporary aberration. Who seeks your counsel now genius?

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #117 on: July 17, 2020, 06:46:34 PM »

  I am here Frequently as Everyone reading your never ending incoherent babblings Knows. Attempting to engage in an intelligent conversation with someone that is suffering from "Trump Derangement Syndrome", (such as yourself), is akin to rolling down the car window and engaging one of those disheveled individuals that races up and quickly squeegees your windshield at a Stop Light. Not Recommended!

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #118 on: July 17, 2020, 06:51:29 PM »
  I am here Frequently as Everyone reading your never ending incoherent babblings Knows. Attempting to engage in an intelligent conversation with someone that is suffering from "Trump Derangement Syndrome", (such as yourself), is akin to rolling down the car window and engaging one of those disheveled individuals that races up and quickly squeegees your windshield at a Stop Light. Not Recommended!

So, let’s roll up our sleeves and debate. Let the viewers decide. You in?

Offline Tom Scully

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #119 on: July 17, 2020, 07:32:35 PM »
So, let’s roll up our sleeves and debate. Let the viewers decide. You in?

If, in fact, there is no facts supported debate out of consideration of a strategy to insulate certain Arkansas children from potential financial responsibility under that state's unusual law, it would tend to rule out anything other than racism as the primary reason there has been no sign of debate. Of course, it is possible to suffer from severe mental health issues and still strategize, as Trump himself is doing.

Unfortunately, due to the peculiarity of the "clawback" law in just one state, there is an incentive to avoid confirming if the unresponsiveness to the last 50+ requests for links supported debate is the result of medical disorder, racism aggravated by medical disorder, or a combination of the two. Just as parents deliberately excluded from affordable healthcare coverage in 12 red states by Trump party legislatures and governors refusing medicaid expansion as ACA intended would be hesitant to increase the likelihood of economic ruin by exposing their school age children to school attendance, parents in Arkansas are economically motivated to avoid mental health evaluation potentially exposing their children for the cost of the long term care of the disease of a parent.

Call the last five years what it is, the birther movement was the shot across the bow.

Uppity negro in the White House who was not a janitor or a plantation negro ushered in the era of "race war".
If they can't keep it, "same as it ever was", right down to dirty air and water and energy inefficient vehicles, it's looking like they're content to burn it all down. Nuthin' personal...:

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July 15, 2020, 5:00 PM EDT
By Mark Murray

.....Trump is ahead among all white voters (49 percent to 42 percent), men (45 percent to 43 percent) and whites without college degrees (57 percent to 35 percent).
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Donald Trump wants you to hurt your own child for his re-election. Join the fight and say #NotMyChild.

youtube https://www.youtubeDOTcom/watch?v=E88JVaxsCro /youtube

Some observations, and warnings. States, county, and city governments find themselves in dire financial straits due to the interruption in revenue streams resulting from covid-19 effects on economic activity. They will all reduce services and seek innovative methods never widely resorted to previously to collect revenue to literally attempt to continue to function.

At this link, below the U.S. states map (duplicated at the bottom this post)
https://www.kff.org/medicaid/issue-brief/status-of-state-medicaid-expansion-decisions-interactive-map/
....read of the detailed lunacy, state by state, of the republican/Trump party state legislatures and governors in their nine years effort to deny legislative accomplishment to "the negro in the White House", first by relabeling the ACA as "Obamacare" in an effort to disparage this vital and prescient health care reform resulting in elimination of pre-existing medical conditions as disqualifying affordability by private health insurance issuers to all but the wealthiest.

Just three states, combine population of 58 million, Texas, Florida, and Georgia, "enjoy" at least 5 million residents without affordable healthcare coverage during covid-19 pandemic.

VS in California, a state of 40 million with almost all qualified under ACA medicaid expansion are protected with affordable healthcare coverage and have the ability, economically, to seek timely treatment for symptoms of illness instead of dragging themselves to their jobs until their illness feels acute enough to seek much more expensive ER diagnosis and care, the cost unreimbursed  to states still refusing to accept ACA medicaid expansion.

Why would any of the primarily working poor parents in states denying ACA medicaid expansion coverage to them, risk sending their kids into schools without adequate access to testing or followup tracing, while risking their kids bringing covid-19 home from schools, raising the risk of parents with no affordable healthcare coverage and the risk of needing medical care resulting in economic ruin?

Lay offs of state and local government employees are only at the early stages. Moscow Donald & Mitch blocked legislating direct aid to help states and local governments continue to provide services during this crisis while continuing to employ as many as needed to maintain vital services and efficient government while addressing local pandemic response.

The "Moscow Boys" claimed the need was primarily in blue states and there was little political benefit in appropriating financial aid too states in which the majority do not vote Trump party and providing temporary financial support would be rewarding fiscally irresponsible states with large unfunded pension obligations, such as Illinois. It mattered not that Moscow Mitch's state of Kentucky is one of the two poorest states and also has a "top ten" unfunded pension obligation.

In this example, it seems wise to avoid burdening the kids down the road by at least trying to "nip in the bud", the health disorder we've witnessed in a plethora symptoms filled posts. The alternative is to heavily burden the kids down the road. This is not a set up for improvement, if left unevaluated and untreated. The illness, similarly to covid-19, is not going to just disappear.

"Many people don't know" that in 26 states, children can be held financially for the $5,000 monthly cost of long term care each state medicaid program pays for the majority of elderly who require such care.

This state, however, has a narrower requirement for children to pay back medicaid.:

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1.  Arkansas law can only require payment for adult mental care.
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