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    Re: Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by inudesu View Post

    I don't love that it takes longer to tally, but I'm not sure what the rush is on results. There isn't anything magical about getting the winner within 48 hours or anything.
    What's really remarkable is that I'm sure you can make that statement with a straight face.

    And to think.....people like you act surprised when some of us express genuine concern about cheating. Most 10-yr olds know that the longer a vote "stays out", unfinished, the more likely there is to be cheating and manipulation. Please quit insulting the rest of us by ACTING stupid. It's a total act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    What's really remarkable is that I'm sure you can make that statement with a straight face.

    And to think.....people like you act surprised when some of us express genuine concern about cheating. Most 10-yr olds know that the longer a vote "stays out", unfinished, the more likely there is to be cheating and manipulation. Please quit insulting the rest of us by ACTING stupid. It's a total act.
    Maybe if the ballots crumble to dust at the 48 hour point we should invest in higher quality paper.

    The amount of time it takes to accurately count is the amount of time it takes. Of necessity it takes longer to count ranked choice because you have to keep recounting. I'm willing to make that trade off. I'm not saying to just leave the ballots sitting on the curb.

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    Re: Supreme Court

    Ranked-Choice voting is just another progressive boondoggle.

    It adds more complexity to the voting process, confuses voters, and increases the opportunity for errors in tabulating the votes.

    NY’s Democratic primary is a prime example:

    The BOE secondary tally indicated many voters didn’t even record their 2nd-5th choices.

    Prior to the primary you had Andrew Yang urging his supporters to rank Kathryn Garcia 2nd on their ballots as a blocking strategy against Eric Adams, the leading candidate.

    And then you had the BOE initially counting 100,000 test ballots.

    The whole thing was a complete fiasco.

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    Re: Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by inudesu View Post
    Maybe if the ballots crumble to dust at the 48 hour point we should invest in higher quality paper.

    The amount of time it takes to accurately count is the amount of time it takes. Of necessity it takes longer to count ranked choice because you have to keep recounting. I'm willing to make that trade off. I'm not saying to just leave the ballots sitting on the curb.
    Then don't block Republican watchers from viewing the counts (which happened a lot), and don't stop follow-up audits. The Democrats have fought the audits in Arizona, tooth and nail.

    The problem is, crooked cities and states just produce more ballots when needed. That's why everything stopped at 10:35 PM CST on election night. The minute is was announced that Trump won Florida, the scramble was on by the Democrats, and everything shut down. That had never happened before on election night, and there's no way it could happen without a compliant media. But, at that point, the Democrats knew they couldn't afford to lose PA, WI, GA, VA and Arizona --states where Trump had big leads at the time of the "shutdown". So the Dems went to work, and spent the next week manufacturing fake ballots, to swing the election to Biden's side. That's why some communities actually had more voters in the 2020 election than actual registered voters in those communities.

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    Re: Supreme Court

    Mississippi abortion case...

    Going before the SC. Proponents say this will be the biggest case in history and many feel the SC will uphold the Mississippi law, which is the same as many other countries. Basically bans abortion after 15 weeks except in certain circumstances. From an article:

    "Scientific advances show that an unborn child has taken on the human form and features months before viability. ...ButRoe and Casey shackle states to a view of the facts that is decades out of date.”

    Mississippi's brief lays out in devastating fashion just how badly reasoned Roe and Casey were. They point out that the Supreme Court itself has expressed misgivings about its own decisions in those cases. They even quote the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who once said, “Heavy-handed judicial intervention [in Roe] was difficult to justify and appears to have provoked, not resolved, conflict.”

    They describe in beautiful detail the development of an unborn child; how the innocent child has a heartbeat within 5-6 weeks and fingernails by 10 weeks. And they describe in horrifying detail how barbaric abortion procedures really are, and how they inflict unimaginable pain on an unborn child.

    ​Follow the science...

    I'll add that all abortions are murder because the real science shows the fetus, at conception, is a unique individual, a human being.


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    Regarding the post above, the SC to hear oral arguments on December 1.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_br...XqftkqMvAms%3D

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    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    Then don't block Republican watchers from viewing the counts (which happened a lot), and don't stop follow-up audits. The Democrats have fought the audits in Arizona, tooth and nail.

    The problem is, crooked cities and states just produce more ballots when needed. That's why everything stopped at 10:35 PM CST on election night. The minute is was announced that Trump won Florida, the scramble was on by the Democrats, and everything shut down. That had never happened before on election night, and there's no way it could happen without a compliant media. But, at that point, the Democrats knew they couldn't afford to lose PA, WI, GA, VA and Arizona --states where Trump had big leads at the time of the "shutdown". So the Dems went to work, and spent the next week manufacturing fake ballots, to swing the election to Biden's side. That's why some communities actually had more voters in the 2020 election than actual registered voters in those communities.
    Florida blew out the algorithms used to manipulate votes (see the viral Newsom video from CNN linked in the voter fraud thread for an example of this type of manipulation from just last week).

    The count stop had to happen to reprogram the algorithms for those other states before they got blown out as well.

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    Seemed like a very common sense argument from Kavanaugh today concerning precedent. If we let precedent stand because it’s precedent, then why can gay people get married? Why can women vote? Why do we not have segregated water fountains, bathrooms, and businesses anymore? Those were all precedent that was overturned. So what if Roe is precedent. Something can be barbaric and wrong and it might take a few years to get it right. Ahem, slavery.

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    Re: Supreme Court

    I actually agree with Dick Durbin. The question about court packing is stupid. ACB should have simply stated that she agreed with RBG when asked. Judge Jackson should do the same. I hate political theater

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    Re: Supreme Court

    Ted Cruz got a few digs in on Judge Jackson. Soft on crime and her knowledge that a school for which she is a board member teaching CRT. Not sure about the rest of you, but our board at our school knows the curriculum of every grade level.

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    Re: Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by techman05 View Post
    Ted Cruz got a few digs in on Judge Jackson. Soft on crime and her knowledge that a school for which she is a board member teaching CRT. Not sure about the rest of you, but our board at our school knows the curriculum of every grade level.
    Cruz looked like a clown show. She is neither soft on crime not a CRT proponent.

    Btw, best SC candidate in a long time to boot!

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    Re: Supreme Court

    Quote Originally Posted by Guisslapp View Post
    Cruz looked like a clown show. She is neither soft on crime not a CRT proponent.

    Btw, best SC candidate in a long time to boot!
    You go globalist girl!
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