What’s it to you that I get the beta test substance injected? You have it and you can catch/spread the ChiCom Flu and you need to wear a double diaper on your head at all times.The common good always outweighs personal rights. Refusing to take the covid vaccine has nothing to do with liberty. It is pure selfishness. That is what will lead to the end of the country.
You have the beta test substance injected and you can still catch/spread it and you still must wear a double diaper on your head. What’s it to you that I didn’t?Programming of the sheeples? More like than trantrum revolt of the morons.
The End of America Is In Sight? What a drama queen!Get over yourself and do your part to stop the spread of the disease in your community. If you got a valid medical reason other than cowardice to avoid the vaccine, don't take it. Hint: Politics ain't it.
At what point should personal freedom yield to common good? For people that support their community, it is public health. People that don't believe in taking precautions are just nasty, and I will avoid them if I can.
My county hasn’t had had a ChiCom Flu hospital admission in 3 months. The Panic Porn lie about hospitals being filled is just another fascist lie to control people.Hospitals should be free to prioritize admission to ICUs to those patients who were COVID-vaccinated or could not get it. Liberty goes both ways!
The SC represent the people. Would you have accepted their decision had they had not decided that? Of course you would've but because it's not in your favour you now question it.
Comrade, you can't have it both ways.
So if I am ignorant to it all, explain exactly how? See how good you are now.
Hilarious. Cracking down on violent rioters and preventing racism in schools is of course bad to you Leftards.Yup.
Three states' bills are fanning the flames of the decades-long debate over how to teach American history.www.edweek.org
Florida, Arkansas, Idaho and Oklahoma have all banned the academic theory, which examines the ways race and racism intersect with politics, culture and the law.www.newsweek.com
"Frankly, I found it disgusting," said Mark Stringer, executive director of ACLU of Iowa.www.desmoinesregister.com
and if protesters and rioters are now classified as political prisoners...well...
Shamar Betts has been detained since June for a provocative flyer he posted on Facebook amid protests over the killing of George Floyd.theintercept.com
Having charged more than two dozen people already, DOJ is following through on a vow to go after crimes committed amid the peaceful protests.www.politico.com
A lot of Germans said the same thing in the 1930’s and just sat on their asses doing nothing but going with the flow. Events got so out of control they just had to go along with everything by 1938.When all the callow, petulant, or just plain crazy idiot extremists on both sides get tired of flinging shit at each other and go take a nap, the adults can step in again and start making measured, reasonable, balanced decisions for the sake of both the individual and the Republic as a whole. Right now the adults can't hear each other over the screeching of the dimwitted children on both far ends.
Again, what’s it you?Those communities ought to do more to prevent black on black crime, but that does not mean communities and the nation should avoid dealing with a known threat that has killed 630,000 plus Americans. Your theory is preposterous. I will be glad to do my part as I am vaccinated and wear mask in indoor public businesses.
At the same time if I see some black dude, shooting at people (black or white) I will put whatever rounds into him, until he can't continue shooting people. There. Feel better? Now go do your part and quit being part of either problem.
Rome didn’t have a foundation of a Constitution to keep it in place. Once that guiding document is irrelevant, the name America may still exist (though likely will be changed for our past sins) but the nation itself will be gone and replaced by another.In 753 BCE, The city of Rome was founded. By the 1st Century CE Rome was the most powerful trading and industrial power in the Western World.
Only two hundred years later, in 330 CE, the Roman Empire divided itself into both Eastern and Western capitals, Rome and the new city of Constantinople on the banks of The Bospherus.
For the next hundred years, Western Rome suffered attack after attack by barbarian forces until, in 476 CE, the city of Rome finally fell to them.
However, Rome in The East, centered at Constantinople prospered and thrived for many centuries afterword, still being one of the world's richest and most opulent cities 600 years later when European Crusaders passed through on the way to conquer Jerusalem for The Pope.
In 1453, Eastern Rome and the city of Constantinople fell to The Ottoman Turks ending a contiguous existence of over 2,000 years.
America has changed much in it's short 200+ year history. We've grown from a relatively small consortium of colonies into giant superpower and economic powerhouse for the world. Our economy has transitioned from agrarian, to industrial, to service industries, each time with great success.
Just as citizens of early Rome would have no doubt felt the Rome of their grandchildren was very different from the Rome of their fathers, so the America of tomorrow will be almost unrecognizable to us today.
Change is inevitable and it's pace increases with each passing year. However, it will continue to be America.
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