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The End of America Is In Sight

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The public good is when the people decide as in roe v wade. You can decide to hide and refuse to be vaccinated on political grounds and eventually die. That would still be the public good.
That's what you are free to do. Knock yourself out.
Dred Scott v. Sandford was about public good too. Tell us how good that was.
 
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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!
Blacks can’t get a photo ID but they can get an injection?
No illegals in ICUs, more Leftist compassion.
 
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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.
Ask Dred Scott about his two Supreme Court cases.
 

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I believe that if you make a choice that has any effect on the lives of others people,good or bad, who do not consent to being effected, then you do not have the right to make that choice. And I'm not talking about someone simply disagreeing with your choice or considering it immoral. But having a actual effect on their ability to choose how to live their own life,

Government exists for three reasons...
1;to protect the public good and general welfare of the country and her people

2; to ensure that those lack the ability to provide for themselves are provided for

3 toproect the rights of those who do not consent or cannot consent to the will of others from being forced to accept being effected
 
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I believe that if you make a choice that has any effect on the lives of others people,good or bad, who do not consent to being effected, then you do not have the right to make that choice. And I'm not talking about someone simply disagreeing with your choice or considering it immoral. But having a actual effect on their ability to choose how to live their own life,

Government exists for three reasons...
1;to protect the public good and general welfare of the country and her people

2; to ensure that those lack the ability to provide for themselves are provided for

3 toproect the rights of those who do not consent or cannot consent to the will of others from being forced to accept being effected
Again, what’s it to you someone isn’t injected with the beta test substance that still lets you catch/spread the ChiCom Flu and still requires you to wear a double diaper on your head?
 

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Rome didn’t have a foundation of a Constitution to keep it in place.

Rome didn't have a Constitution, but it did have a strong sense of tradition. The Roman Senate, for example, existed almost unchanged from the early days of the founding of Rome until the dictatorships of Sulla and Caesar in the 1st Century CE.

That's over 700 years of stable government without a Constitution.
 

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Again, what’s it to you someone isn’t injected with the beta test substance that still lets you catch/spread the ChiCom Flu and still requires you to wear a double diaper on your head?
Someone not getting the vaccine is fine, aslongas they stay away from healthy people. But that's not happening. They'd assholes consider social distancing and probating property owners requiring mwsksas a violation of theirrightsso theyrefuse to take anyprecautions against spreading the virus.
 

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Opposing Authoritarian Ideological Fundamentalism.
Gee. Why on earth should people consider the responsibilities that go with rights? How dare they think about other people.
We are seeing the end result of an ideology that revolves around “me, me, me”.
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This ersatz Olde West libertarianism that has gripped them makes them look like spoiled eight year old brats.

Me, me, me, me, me. To hell with everyone else. Any inconvenience is an attack on my "liberty" and "freedom" by the "commies".
 

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Opposing Authoritarian Ideological Fundamentalism.
Someone not getting the vaccine is fine, aslongas they stay away from healthy people. But that's not happening. They'd assholes consider social distancing and probating property owners requiring mwsksas a violation of theirrightsso theyrefuse to take anyprecautions against spreading the virus.
That's asking too much of these hypersensitive children.
 

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Why on earth should people consider the responsibilities that go with rights? How dare they think about other people.

We are seeing the end result of an ideology that revolves around “me, me, me”
That sounds ok on paper

but last year baby hitlers at the state and local level used the pandemic as an excuse to go after groups that libs were hostile to

such as ticketing Christians who were sitting in their cars in church parking lots listening to the Sunday sermon on the car radio
 
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Noisy nincompoops like you are exactly what I was talking about. Madison warned about irresponsible extremists like you and your mirror image on the other side. Looks like he was right.
If it wasnt for extremists like me, who served in the Military, you sorry ass would be speaking German or Japanese, you stupid fuck. We actually went out and served our country against Socialism extremism or Imperialism while your pansy ass, just sat in a classroom deciding which way the wind would blow.
 

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Someone not getting the vaccine is fine, aslongas they stay away from healthy people. But that's not happening. They'd assholes consider social distancing and probating property owners requiring mwsksas a violation of theirrightsso theyrefuse to take anyprecautions against spreading the virus.
Who do you consider people who are healthy? Fags, queers and lesbos? Smokers or vapors? Or people who got the vaccine?
 

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ll the callow, petulant, or just plain crazy idiot when all the 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.
That sounds great

but I doubt if even two superior beings like yourself and Mac1958 can completely agree on what are reasonable, balanced, and measured decisions

sooner or later one of you will dare to disagree with the other on some minor point and that will be the end brain trust
 

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Rome didn't have a Constitution, but it did have a strong sense of tradition. The Roman Senate, for example, existed almost unchanged from the early days of the founding of Rome until the dictatorships of Sulla and Caesar in the 1st Century CE.

That's over 700 years of stable government without a Constitution.

Funny but Rome's history is one of ascension to power through murder, treachery, and civil war. If you don't believe me just ask Caesar.


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Funny but Rome's history is one of ascension to power through murder, treachery, and civil war. If you don't believe me just ask Caesar.


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Funny you should mention Caesar. While his own rule may have ended badly for him, it set in place a system of dictatorial supreme executives, to which The Roman Senate was subordinate, that lasted until the final fall of Rome. His name becoming synonymous with that of the Roman Leader.

In fact, the concept of a Roman Emperor outlasted Rome itself and lived on until the last Holy Roman Emperor died in 1835 ... a nearly 2,000 year contiguous line of Roman Emperors.
 
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Rome didn't have a Constitution, but it did have a strong sense of tradition. The Roman Senate, for example, existed almost unchanged from the early days of the founding of Rome until the dictatorships of Sulla and Caesar in the 1st Century CE.

That's over 700 years of stable government without a Constitution.
Traditions are as fleeting as fashion wear if not documented as a guidance that must be followed. Filibusters by the minority party was a long standing tradition. It’s now gone because the Constitution doesn’t require it.
A stable government created and held by force is what you’re talking about, and what I’m saying is coming.
 
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Someone not getting the vaccine is fine, aslongas they stay away from healthy people. But that's not happening. They'd assholes consider social distancing and probating property owners requiring mwsksas a violation of theirrightsso theyrefuse to take anyprecautions against spreading the virus.
Why should an unvaccinated person stay away from a vaccinated person?
 
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:clap:

This ersatz Olde West libertarianism that has gripped them makes them look like spoiled eight year old brats.

Me, me, me, me, me. To hell with everyone else. Any inconvenience is an attack on my "liberty" and "freedom" by the "commies".
Controlling the lives of others who have zero impact upon you is the trademark logo of fascists.
Congrats.
 

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