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July 27, 2021 06:32 AM UTC

Tuesday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“We must never assume that which is incapable of proof.”

–George Henry Lewes

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    1. That’s not how you play with Blended Family Barbie, Dave. RTFM, for Chrissakes. 

      And as a webmaster, surely you know how to downsize an image so it doesn’t take up half the page.

  1. We need to have our leaders, starting with Biden, repeat over and over – we're going to have to mask back up and dial back the economy because of those that won't get a vaccine.

    Lay the blame where it belongs. And call out all the loud voices telling people to not vaccinate. And repeat, repeat, repeat.

      1. If Ivey would announce there will be no Alabama football season this Fall unless the state gets to herd immunity by Labor Day you’d see vaccination rates like we’ve never seen before.  

  2. Fun reading, but not too many surprises.

    A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research captures widespread unease among Republicans over everything from the direction of the country to the state of American democracy and, in particular, President Joe Biden. Just 15% approve of the way Biden is handling his job, and 66% continue to say the Democrat was illegitimately elected, a lie perpetuated by Trump that underscores his persistent grip on GOP voters.

    Republicans have plenty of concern about their own party, too. Fewer than half of Republicans, 41%, say they are optimistic about the GOP’s future. Just 13% say they are “very” optimistic. And one third, 33%, say they are pessimistic.

  3. You’ll be hearing about slimeball Ed Buck, who injected his gay sex partners with meth – and also donated to Democrats.

    Whenever one of our trolls wants to distract from something despicable a Republican did, they’ll bring up Ed Buck in a fit of what-aboutism. So this is an FYI.

    Shocker- the other party has no monopoly on corrupt rich guys.

    1. OK….don't know the specifics of Sarandon's charges, but some of the article seems a bit incoherent:

      The protesters were calling on President Joe Biden to declare Covid-19 a public health emergency as a way to enhance his executive power and expand Medicare, and to leverage the new system into “a fearless new campaign for single-payer” health care.

      Is that a thing? If Biden declares covid-19 a public health emergency ( and I thought it was already designated as such), would it expand his executive power? Didn't Trump try that with the BLM protests and immigration?  Could Biden expand Medicare by executive order?

      First I heard of it, if so. I admit I'm on the outs with some of my Bernie friends because of some stands I've taken on local issues.

      I don't feel like researching all of Sarandon's accusations at the moment, but will check later.

      AOC is effective – one way to tell is that she gets flak from both sides. Thanks for the heads up.

      1. "don't know the specifics of Sarandon's charges, but some of the article seems a bit incoherent"

        Susan Sarandon is batshit crazy. She is the left's version of Marjorie Taylor Green.

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