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07-25-2017 , 06:35 PM
probally drank a bottle of whiskey to try to forget after lol
07-25-2017 , 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by JiggyMac
Geegaw-Ball-licker
The Party of Ideas.
07-25-2017 , 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by JiggyMac
As if anything you've ever done could embarrass me.
Being corrected by people that "couldn't make a point sharp enough to pierce a wet paper bag" doesn't embarrass you? LOL, I guess maybe the other alternative is that you just have no shame for spewing unlimited stupidity all over these boards
07-25-2017 , 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Iron Tamer
probally drank a bottle of whiskey to try to forget after lol
It works for bannon every night.
07-25-2017 , 06:44 PM
Uh-oh. The phantom post deleter has been at it again.
07-25-2017 , 06:52 PM
One Jiggy post has been deleted for a NC objectionable insult - a PM has been sent as well.

NOW TAKE NOTE PLEASE (not related to the above)

Anyone discussing transgender issues needs to be respectful towards transgender people and avoid objectionable claims. A lot has been let go but dont expect warnings before timeouts follow if you re-offend.

ty
07-25-2017 , 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by JiggyMac
How much bleach to do think Louis drank after he was chosen to write this article for Politifact?

Donald Trump right on best jobs report in 16 years.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-me...obs-report-16/


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Thanks Obama!
07-25-2017 , 07:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Max Cut
Thanks Obama!
Republican is in the White House, suddenly jobs reports stopped being fake data LOL
07-25-2017 , 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by goofyballer
Republican is in the White Housee


You might want to get used to saying this.
07-25-2017 , 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by TiltedDonkey
Yeah, this.

JiggyMac's posts are almost unreadably stupid.
Yep
07-25-2017 , 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by goofyballer
Republican is in the White House, suddenly jobs reports stopped being fake data LOL
Easiest con ever. The Trump parrot brigade.
07-25-2017 , 07:21 PM
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Originally Posted by TiltedDonkey
Yeah, this.

JiggyMac's posts are almost unreadably stupid.
+1
07-25-2017 , 07:22 PM
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Originally Posted by JiggyMac
How much bleach to do think Louis drank after he was chosen to write this article for Politifact?

Donald Trump right on best jobs report in 16 years.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-me...obs-report-16/


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From your own cited article:

"That said, the term "jobs report" refers to a monthly news release by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the unemployment rate is only one of two headline numbers in those reports. The other one is the gain or loss in jobs compared to the previous monthís number.

That second number, while solid, is not "the best" in 16 years.

According to the June 2017 report, the economy gained 222,000 jobs. Thatís the 52nd-best monthly performance out of the 193 months since June 2001."

Oops.

By the way, Trump's unemployment number went to 4.4% from whatever it was Obama had it down to, probably 4.8% or 4.9%. Obama got there after Bush saddled him with 10+%.
07-25-2017 , 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted by 2OutsNoProb
From your own cited article:



"That said, the term "jobs report" refers to a monthly news release by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the unemployment rate is only one of two headline numbers in those reports. The other one is the gain or loss in jobs compared to the previous monthís number.



That second number, while solid, is not "the best" in 16 years.



According to the June 2017 report, the economy gained 222,000 jobs. Thatís the 52nd-best monthly performance out of the 193 months since June 2001."



Oops.



By the way, Trump's unemployment number went to 4.4% from whatever it was Obama had it down to, probably 4.8% or 4.9%. Obama got there after Bush saddled him with 10+%.


Go find a Trump voter, maybe they can explain humor to you.
07-25-2017 , 08:12 PM
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Originally Posted by samsonh
Correct. This isn't hard. We took some states rights away because they couldn't handle it. Remember that.
Ya and I'm for less centralized government, not more, so I disagree with that outcome. If it doesn't violate the constitution, it shouldn't be illegal. What is illegal is stripping away states rights and giving them to the federal government without a constitutional amendment.
07-25-2017 , 08:25 PM
You kind of have to develop a sense of humor when your hero turns out to be completely senile.
07-25-2017 , 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by DoOrDoNot
Ya and I'm for less centralized government, not more, so I disagree with that outcome. If it doesn't violate the constitution, it shouldn't be illegal. What is illegal is stripping away states rights and giving them to the federal government without a constitutional amendment.
Why?
07-25-2017 , 08:40 PM
When I want to have a laugh, I just pop over to alpha and read some of the hilarious delusional crap that those imbeciles post on a regular basis.

It's quite mind boggling what happens in an echo-chamber.
07-25-2017 , 08:54 PM
I almost went in on Sushy and was going to earn a ban but thought better of it. Slice up bro, slice up.
07-25-2017 , 08:59 PM
Go for it bro/sis. We don't ban here.

This is the adults forum.
07-25-2017 , 09:06 PM
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Originally Posted by DoOrDoNot
Ya and I'm for less centralized government, not more, so I disagree with that outcome. If it doesn't violate the constitution, it shouldn't be illegal. What is illegal is stripping away states rights and giving them to the federal government without a constitutional amendment.
But the central government gets to order San Francisco to have its police force enforce federal laws?
07-25-2017 , 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Huehuecoyotl
Why?
Why is it illegal or why am I against it?
07-25-2017 , 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted by microbet
But the central government gets to order San Francisco to have its police force enforce federal laws?
I'm sorry I don't understand your question. The Supremacy clause establishes that laws issued by the federal government (US criminal code) have supremacy over others. So long as that law does not override explicitly granted states (and thus, municipal) rights within the constitution, I believe they're legal and binding on San Fransisco and its police force.

Of course I am no lawyer so I have no clue if what I'm saying is right or not.
07-25-2017 , 11:30 PM
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Originally Posted by DoOrDoNot
I'm sorry I don't understand your question. The Supremacy clause establishes that laws issued by the federal government (US criminal code) have supremacy over others. So long as that law does not override explicitly granted states (and thus, municipal) rights within the constitution, I believe they're legal and binding on San Fransisco and its police force.

Of course I am no lawyer so I have no clue if what I'm saying is right or not.
Apparently you don't know what Sanctuary cities are. There's nothing the sanctuary cities have done that changes immigration law. The cities are just saying that their local police forces are not going to enforce federal law. I would think that you would support cities being able to choose what they do with their own staff.

Federal law may take precedence but that does not mean that local law enforcement is obliged to take orders from federal law enforcement.

But I'm granting you too much. This legal argument is b*******. On principle you like local control and do not like centralized power. That's what you said.
07-25-2017 , 11:41 PM
literally back to back

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Originally Posted by DoOrDoNot
That's the definition of internet troll. You do post deliberately infantile and unsubstantial posts almost exclusively, you do disrupt the conversation, and you do do it for your own amusement. You sir, are a troll.
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Originally Posted by DoOrDoNot
Wah wah wah wah blah blah blah blah wah wah wah. So do you agree with me now?

      
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