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Per the previous posts, it's not like we care, that he's entered into Adult P4P relationships with women.

Who hasn't? (including, marriages).

Tucker Carlson may have studied "surprised",  but Matt Gaetz is the best "stupid", no study needed. See below:




Eyes too close together and the x-eye surgery, hasn't worked too well, surprising number of photos online, where he's photoshopped his face to appear normal.

They say we are known by our associates, defined by our friends.

Associate: Roger Stone, Friend and Wingman Joel Greenberg, who now has something like 32 indictments, underage sex trafficking included....


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Hi, Guys, why are you so obsessed with this thread? Why want it locked? Don't like it, just don't bloody read it. Sanuk!  

I do enjoy this guys vlogs. I pretty much disagree with everything he says. But this is very interesting. PS I do like his autoplay video on his home page. I do like his not monetizing the internet

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Another Bidumb f**k up...kids in cages by Bidumb!!! OK Trump haters, this is what you now have!!!



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Cav, it is Eastertime, all of us are full of joy and optimism. Bless this fine forum by a brief statement that you have put together by yourself. In your own words. It could praise Trump or any of his crooked friends, you could explain us why Ted Cruz symbolizes the rebirth of Jesus for example. Or the NRA represents God on earth, materialised by Santa Donald. Go ahead.


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For all the Trump haters, get educated or remain ignorant and believe the lying news media...

MSM is not telling the truth about this new law in Ga.  Amazes me how many people to include the CEO of MLB are not doing their own research!
It requires a drop box in each county (before not every county had one).
Provides more days and hours to vote early than before. 
Voting hours on Election Day are 7 am to 7 pm, the polls DO NOT close at 5 pm, which is what the Idiot In Chief claims (The Washington Post gave Biden 4 Pinocchios on that one!)!).
Requires voter ID number/DL # on mail in ballots vice signature which is not as easy to verify as a number and this requirement ensures their vote will be counted and not thrown out because signatures change with age. 
Requires ID to vote or request a mail in ballot.
Only election officials can distribute water or food to voters in line.  Groups and signage have to stay 150 feet away from the polling place, they can hand out food and water there or 25 feet from the end of the line.  
The new Ga. law ensures election integrity and makes it more difficult to cheat! and that is why the left and MSM oppose it! 
MLB requires ID to pickup prepaid tickets and to purchase beer inside their stadiums, why do they oppose ID requirement to vote? 
I have been a fan of MLB since I was a child and I am boycotting MLB and I am going to send an email to let them know how I feel and you can too!
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Voter identification laws are a part of an ongoing strategy to roll back decades of progress on voting rights.  Thirty-four states have identification requirements at the polls. Seven states have strict photo ID laws, under which voters must present one of a limited set of forms of government-issued photo ID in order to cast a regular ballot – no exceptions.

Voter ID laws deprive many voters of their right to vote, reduce participation, and stand in direct opposition to our country’s trend of including more Americans in the democratic process. Many Americans do not have one of the forms of identification states acceptable for voting. These voters are disproportionately low-income, racial and ethnic minorities, the elderly, and people with disabilities.  Such voters more frequently have difficulty obtaining ID, because they cannot afford or cannot obtain the underlying documents that are a prerequisite to obtaining government-issued photo ID card.

Voter ID Laws Deprive Many Americans of the Right to Vote

  • Millions of Americans Lack ID. 11% of U.S. citizens – or more than 21 million Americans – do not have government-issued photo identification.1
  • Obtaining ID Costs Money. Even if ID is offered for free, voters must incur numerous costs (such as paying for birth certificates) to apply for a government-issued ID.
    • Underlying documents required to obtain ID cost money, a significant expense for lower-income Americans. The combined cost of document fees, travel expenses and waiting time are estimated to range from $75 to $175.2
    • The travel required is often a major burden on people with disabilities, the elderly, or those in rural areas without access to a car or public transportation. In Texas, some people in rural areas must travel approximately 170 miles to reach the nearest ID office.3
  • Voter ID Laws Reduce Voter Turnout. A 2014 GAO study found that strict photo ID laws reduce turnout by 2-3 percentage points,4 which can translate into tens of thousands of votes lost in a single state.5

Voter ID Laws Are Discriminatory

  • Minority voters disproportionately lack ID. Nationally, up to 25% of African-American citizens of voting age lack government-issued photo ID, compared to only 8% of whites.6
  • States exclude forms of ID in a discriminatory manner. Texas allows concealed weapons permits for voting, but does not accept student ID cards. Until its voter ID law was struck down, North Carolina prohibited public assistance IDs and state employee ID cards, which are disproportionately held by Black voters. And until recently, Wisconsin permitted active duty military ID cards, but prohibited Veterans Affairs ID cards for voting.
  • Voter ID laws are enforced in a discriminatory manner. A Caltech/MIT study found that minority voters are more frequently questioned about ID than are white voters.7
  • Voter ID laws reduce turnout among minority voters. Several studies, including a 2014 GAO study, have found that photo ID laws have a particularly depressive effect on turnout among racial minorities and other vulnerable groups, worsening the participation gap between voters of color and whites.8

Voter ID Requirements are a Solution in Search of a Problem

  • In-person fraud is vanishingly rare. A recent study found that, since 2000, there were only 31 credible allegations of voter impersonation – the only type of fraud that photo IDs could prevent – during a period of time in which over 1 billion ballots were cast.9
  • Identified instances of “fraud” are honest mistakes. So-called cases of in-person impersonation voter “fraud” are almost always the product of an elections worker or a voter making an honest mistake, and that even these mistakes are extremely infrequent.10
  • Voter ID laws are a waste of taxpayer dollars. States incur sizeable costs when implementing voter ID laws, including the cost of educating the public, training poll workers, and providing IDs to voters.
    • Texas spent nearly $2 million on voter education and outreach efforts following passage of its Voter ID law.11
    • Indiana spent over $10 million to produce free ID cards between 2007 and 2010.12

The ACLU has led the charge against Voter ID in several states, challenging voter ID laws in in states such as Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Wisconsin, and North Carolina. For more information, please contact Robert Hoffman at rhoffman@aclu.org or visit https://www.aclu.org/issues/voting-rights/fighting-voter-suppression/fighting-voter-id-requirements to learn more.

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