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Warhippy last won the day on October 11 2019

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  1. Quebec with almost 900 new cases today. Ontario not terribly far behind
  2. And speaking of dyed in the wool sycophants. Someone remind me again how Trump saying he won't transfer power peacefully will totally not push his base over the edge
  3. I know this is blasphemous....but is it just me, or does any teams cup win this year seem a little...meh. I should be prepped for season opener and arguing about opening night line ups but instead I'm desperately trying to pretend I care about the finals
  4. Trump openly discussing radical measures to steal the US election What does @nux4lyfe have to say about this I wonder. https://www.forbes.com/sites/tommybeer/2020/09/23/report-trump-campaign-actively-discussing-radical-measures-to-bypass-election-results/?fbclid=IwAR0cQNLLvxrsic1V1Hyl2j9LKKbN44Au2A6MS4wfO1AOJWAg4iqJypxe4X0#64ccc12d4800 The Atlantic report claims that sources in the Republican Party at the local and national levels confirm that “the Trump campaign is discussing contingency plans to bypass election results and appoint loyal electors” in red battleground states. The push to appoint electors would be framed in terms of protecting the people’s will,” an unnamed Trump-campaign legal adviser tells The Atlantic, adding, “The state legislatures will say, ‘All right, we’ve been given this constitutional power. We don’t think the results of our own state are accurate, so here’s our slate of electors that we think properly reflect the results of our state.’” The chairman of the Pennsylvania Republican Party says, on the record, that he has discussed appointing loyal electors with the Trump campaign: “It is one of the available legal options set forth in the Constitution.”
  5. Of course they did We now know that the cost of shooting an unarmed woman in her home is actually less than being arrested for protesting
  6. TOTALLY impartial and neutral in the word of the law no doubt....
  7. got a complaint? Grab a number and wait in line behind KoS' 934,219 of the day
  8. Literally nobody wants him. Period Eriksson should be taking SOME of that on himself. the Sedins did, when they slowed down they admitted it and said they couldn't see themselves playing past their contracts because they'd be too slow. If Eriksson is unhappy at the prospect of riding the pine...frigging produce
  9. I still stand by it. One of the most successful cons in history is mass religion. Possibly the only one greater is how they convinced themselves that their version of it was the right one
  10. hey now, them's civil warrin words
  11. But TOTALLY different from those hyper religious, ultra conservative scary muslims across the ocean no doubt
  12. If the US is smart. The moment biden/harris take over. They announce PR and DC as a state. Increase the number of judges. Then scorched earth it by removing the power of appointment from the white house and giving it to the judges themselves while also writing in a clause that to change the number of seated judges would require a unanimous vote from the house and senate. But.....
  13. She has such a serious history of constitutional literacy...extremely conservative and very outspoken about abortion, obamacare and more. This is the shill Trump needs