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ElCid

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  1. I think it is more Trump and the military chain of command. Although I think it is a lot of bluster. They may do something, but not assassinate anyone really important.
  2. First, I don't know where your are or where your wife is employed and my knowledge of abortion availability is based on the media. But what I have read on the internet shows a lot of skepticism about pills purchased on the internet. Are these effective for women who have been pregnant for 60 days? I thought the pill was only effective within a few days of thinking you might be pregnant. The issues is that it will become more difficult for women to terminate pregnancies in many states, so they will end up having the babies. "People with means; " therein lies the problem of the past
  3. The Iranians have stated they are not after the ambassador to South Africa; they are after anyone who was involved in the assassination of their general.
  4. True, but they will make them very difficult to obtain. Count on it, with another anti-abortion "conservative" on the SC, they will not overturn any laws the states pass re: abortions. So, they will be available in blue states, but not red states. As for a pill purchased on the internet, that is not realistic for most women seeking abortions. There are also very serious health concerns about these pills purchased over the internet.
  5. Will be interesting to see who Trump nominates. Appears the betting is leaning toward Amy Barrett of Indiana rather than Barbara Lagoa of Florida. Barrett is the choice of the evangelicals and anti-abortionists. In my opinion, politically he would probably do better to go with Lagoa. He has the evangelicals and anti-abortionists pretty much sewed up. Whereas, he may not have the Hispanic vote in Florida sewed up as well. He probably has the Cuban-American vote, but maybe not other Hispanics and independents. Both would be anti-abortion and pro-religion, so I don't see the difference
  6. The REAL economy continues to do poorly regadless of how the stock market and super wealthy individuals and corporations profits balloon. An example is S.C. where the unemployment rate is going down, but still higher than before Trump Pandemic. BUT, and very important BUT, the employment rate continues to do very poorly compared to before. This is the rate of working age people who are actually employed. It is lower than before Trump's Pandemic and shows no signs of improving. This group has many people who are not counted in the unemployment figures for various reasons, but should be
  7. Will be interesting to see who Trump nominates. Appears the betting is leaning toward Amy Barrett of Indiana rather than Barbara Lagoa of Florida. Barrett is the choice of the evangelicals and anti-abortionists. In my opinion, politically he would probably do better to go with Lagoa. He has the evangelicals and anti-abortionists pretty much sewed up. Whereas, he may not have the Hispanic vote in Florida sewed up as well. He probably has the Cuban-American vote, but maybe not other Hispanics and independents. Both would be anti-abortion and pro-religion, so I don't see the difference
  8. No, but my question was to MM re: why he does not cite references. Not questioning your right to respond, just curious.
  9. Went to a car dealership for service today. Half of employees were wearing a mask, but half of those had it under their chin. One salesperson greeted an older couple wearing masks by shaking hands. He did not have a mask at all. The waiting area had no social distancing of chairs. I drug a chair from an empty desk into an area with no people while I waited. I had a mask on from time I entered service area until I drove off.
  10. The point is that MovieMadness should be citing the reference for whatever he posts, not you. Also, why do you respond to posts asking MM for more information? Are you MovieMadness?
  11. NO, the reference from which you obtained the information you posted. Unless of course you totally made it up. Or, maybe there is reason why you never show sources - they are invalid and unreliable?
  12. From Wiki: The phrase "I know it when I see it" is a colloquial expression by which a speaker attempts to categorize an observable fact or event, although the category is subjective or lacks clearly defined parameters. The phrase was used in 1964 by United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart to describe his threshold test for obscenity in Jacobellis v. Ohio.[1][2] In explaining why the material at issue in the case was not obscene under the Roth test, and therefore was protected speech that could not be censored, Stewart wrote:
  13. Maybe I misheard him, but I think he did say something like that. Maybe he said breakout role?
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