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Message 2000047 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 5:17:17 UTC

Concentrations of like minded Citizens demanding their Rights, and enforcing them.


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Which includes all citizen's, non-citizen's and other's.


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Message 2000050 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 5:30:40 UTC
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This is funny.
And why would foreign countries care about who will be next president in the US?
https://www.svt.se/datajournalistik/vem-vill-bli-president/
23 Democrats and two Republicans. Now the race is about which two will be candidates for the presidential election in the US in autumn 2020. Should Trump gain confidence in a second period, or will it be one of the candidates from the Democrats who takes office?
Who is Weld by the way?

Ooh. quoting William F. Weld.

"Opposing the free flow of goods or people is a bad idea."
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Message 2000071 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 12:11:39 UTC

Weld is just another idiot of his times (I bet that he still looks for "Commies" under his bed before he goes to sleep. ;-)
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Message 2000079 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 12:38:37 UTC
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Another Democrat Party Candidate debate last night for the American Presidency. My opinion:

Winner of the Democrat debate: Kamala Harris

Loser of the Democrat debate: Joe Biden

Winner of the 2020 election: Donald Trump

But, it is too early to truly know how this will play out.
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Message 2000084 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 13:05:20 UTC - in response to Message 2000079.  
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My review:
Winner of the Democrat debate: Kamala Harris. Yes. "The United States does not want a food fight, the United States wants you to put food on everyone's table"
Loser of the Democrat debate: Joe Biden. Yes.
Winner of the 2020 election: Donald Trump. What?

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Message 2000090 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 13:21:31 UTC - in response to Message 2000084.  
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My review:
Winner of the Democrat debate: Kamala Harris Yes. "The United States does not want a food war, the United States wants you to put food on everyone's table"
Loser of the Democrat debate: Joe Biden Yes.
Winner of the 2020 election: Donald Trump What?

Swedish SVT "socialist" state review:)
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Of course Trump is the winner, as of now. Perhaps in parts of Europe, the Anti-Liberal and Intolerant Left wins national elections.

American's approval rating of Congress, since the Democrat's took control of the House of Representative's, has fallen to a new low of 20%.

Trump's approval rating's, although low, are double that.

It is very possible that the choice will be between the "lesser of two evils".

If so, Trump wins.
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Message 2000099 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 13:52:31 UTC - in response to Message 2000090.  

Trump's approval rating's, although low, are double that.
If so, Trump wins.
Well not a the moment.
https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/trump-approval-ratings/
And perhaps if more US citizens bother to vote his approval ratings will plummet.
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Message 2000100 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 14:02:42 UTC - in response to Message 2000099.  
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Trump's approval rating's, although low, are double that.
If so, Trump wins.
Well not a the moment.
https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/trump-approval-ratings/
And perhaps if more US citizens bother to vote his approval ratings will plummet.

Depending upon who is polled, Trump's approval is still much greater than Congress with the Democrat's now controlling the House of Representative's.

US Citizen's who don't vote are expressing their opinion of Politician's. Be it Democrat, Republican and/or Government in general.

If we degenerated into forcing free individuals to vote against their will. Who would they hate the most and vote against?

Democrat's? Republican's? Trump? Harris? Warren? Biden? All and just "write in" their name, a friend's name, Mickey Mouse, or whatever name they wish?

Only those engaging in "wishful thinking" believe they know.
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Message 2000103 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 14:48:15 UTC
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Even MSNBC Joe Scarborough agrees with me about what happened to the Democrat Candidate's last night.

On his "Morning Joe" show, he observed:

“With apologies to our friends watching, last night was a disaster for the Democratic Party. My only hope is people were not watching and I will tell you why,”

“First on policy — let’s talk about the goal which every Democrat believes, which is we have to beat Donald Trump. Right? So they’re lined up in trench warfare, ready to get out of the trenches and charge and fight Donald Trump. Instead, they all turn their guns on each other and shoot each other,” he continued.

“Everybody is yelling at each other all night. Everybody like if you were watching, if you’re an American and this is your introduction to these candidates and the Democratic Party and all you see are 12 people yelling at each other, trying to interrupt each other and insulting each other, you’re like ‘You know what? I thought Donald Trump was a clown show. I’m changing the channel.'”

Yes, the Democrat Debate was a "clown show" and Trump wins again.
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Message 2000104 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 14:52:40 UTC - in response to Message 2000100.  
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If we degenerated into forcing free individuals to vote against their will.

No. And I say again No. By not voting doesn't say anything really.
Only that some voters, in the US case half of them, doesn't care of anything. Simple as that.
However voting is compulsory in Belgium; more than 90% of the population participates.
I think compulsory voting should be implemented in every country.
We don't have that but even so 85% of us vote.
In the US? less then 50% showing up every 4 years for a voting process that take in worse cases a couple of hours...
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Message 2000108 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 15:08:06 UTC - in response to Message 2000104.  
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If we degenerated into forcing free individuals to vote against their will.

No. And I say again No. By not voting doesn't say anything really.
Only that some voters, in the US case half of them, doesn't care of anything. Simple as that.
However voting is compulsory in Belgium; more than 90% of the population participates.
I think compulsory voting should be implemented in every country.
We don't have that but even so 85% of us vote.
In the US? less then 50% showing up every 4 years for a voting process that take in worse cases a couple of hours...

That is their Individual Right and Freedom of Expression by their actions or non-actions regrading what they believe about the Politician's on the ballot, or the Government in general.

We have advanced beyond those primitive Country's who believe that Individual Rights and Freedom of Expression regarding those running for Office, or the Government in general, must be stopped. For the "Greater Good" [sic] of course.
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Message 2000110 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 15:31:00 UTC - in response to Message 2000108.  

We have advanced beyond those primitive Country's who believe that Individual Rights and Freedom of Expression regarding those running for Office, or the Government in general, must be stopped.
Are you implying that you/America are a far superior person/country?
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Message 2000111 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 15:42:12 UTC - in response to Message 2000110.  
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We have advanced beyond those primitive Country's who believe that Individual Rights and Freedom of Expression regarding those running for Office, or the Government in general, must be stopped.
Are you implying that you/America are a far superior person/country?

The entire quote, with the omitted portion underlined.

That is their Individual Right and Freedom of Expression by their actions or non-actions regrading what they believe about the Politician's on the ballot, or the Government in general.

We have advanced beyond those primitive Country's who believe that Individual Rights and Freedom of Expression regarding those running for Office, or the Government in general, must be stopped. For the "Greater Good" [sic] of course.

Dear Sirius B...

Do you really believe that a Free Individual, exercising their Freedom of Expression by their actions or non-actions regarding what they believe about Politicians on the ballot, or the Government in general. Should be subjected to anti individual freedom laws of a Government?

If not... Any Government trampling upon these people's Individual Rights and Freedom of Expression are "primitive" and possibly worse.

If so... Possibly an confirmation regarding the differences of some European and American beliefs.
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Message 2000118 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 16:22:03 UTC - in response to Message 2000108.  
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That is their Individual Right and Freedom of Expression by their actions or non-actions regrading what they believe about the Politician's on the ballot, or the Government in general.
Well to me it seems like most of the US "We the People" doesn't care about the US Constitution!
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Message 2000121 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 17:22:55 UTC - in response to Message 2000118.  
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That is their Individual Right and Freedom of Expression by their actions or non-actions regrading what they believe about the Politician's on the ballot, or the Government in general.
Well to me it seems like most of the US "We the People" doesn't care about the US Constitution!

I believe most care about Freedom of Speech, Religion, Association and all the other Freedoms given to all at birth that are enumerated in our Constitution.

No where in the Constitution does it enumerate the Power of the Government to compel individuals to vote.

Therefore, exercising ones freedom to vote or not vote. Is exercising an individual's freedom of opinion and is the bases of our Individual Rights as enumerated in our Constitution. It is not Anti-Constitution.
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That is their Individual Right and Freedom of Expression by their actions or non-actions regrading what they believe about the Politician's on the ballot, or the Government in general.
Well to me it seems like most of the US "We the People" doesn't care about the US Constitution!

Many care, they just didn't have enough schooling to understand written English. Then these are those who think if the founding fathers didn't anticipate the Internet, that somehow means the government can't regulate it the same as things that did exist and are roughly the same were allowed to be regulated. If those are correct then the Constitution would need to be 100,000 pages with 25 loopholes per page. Makes lawyers money. Unfortunately some of the State Constitution's look like that.
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Message 2000130 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 18:06:49 UTC - in response to Message 2000111.  

Avoiding the question again. Do you believe that both you & America are far superior to the rest of the world?
Yes or no?
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IMO, yes he does.
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That is their Individual Right and Freedom of Expression by their actions or non-actions regrading what they believe about the Politician's on the ballot, or the Government in general.
Well to me it seems like most of the US "We the People" doesn't care about the US Constitution!

Many care, they just didn't have enough schooling to understand written English. Then these are those who think if the founding fathers didn't anticipate the Internet, that somehow means the government can't regulate it the same as things that did exist and are roughly the same were allowed to be regulated. If those are correct then the Constitution would need to be 100,000 pages with 25 loopholes per page. Makes lawyers money. Unfortunately some of the State Constitution's look like that.

Dear Gary,

Those that believe in their individual rights and liberty have a greater knowledge than those that attack them.

The Founding Father's of an agricultural country. Didn't anticipate the Unregulated 19th Capitalist Industrial Revolution and the late 19th Century Capitalist Trusts and Monopolies. We both broke up and regulated them.

The same Constitution that enumerates all of our Right's and limited Government Authority. Will also deal/regulate the modern day Unregulated Capitalist's Trusts and Monopolies of today.
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Message 2000133 - Posted: 28 Jun 2019, 18:26:43 UTC - in response to Message 2000121.  
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Therefore, exercising ones freedom to vote or not vote. Is exercising an individual's freedom of opinion and is the bases of our Individual Rights as enumerated in our Constitution. It is not Anti-Constitution.
So therefor it's OK when more then the half of the population not even showing up on election day with the right to give a blank vote?
The biggest party will be "Don't blame me because I didn't voted".
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