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HelloDolly 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thanks again. I watched the interview with Robert Kennedy Jr. and he had the same questions I had! So it was a quick cliff notes version for me.

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HelloDolly 2 points ago +2 / -0

The former Governor of Virginia - a Boomer - is hellbent on killing babies. He's never been pregnant I'm guessing. Just wanted to make sure the people of the his state could kill a lot of babies. Most of my Boomer friends are very invested in this "right to choose." Average age of the pink pussy hat wearing weirdos at the Chicago protest was 60. I think Madonna made an appearance at the DC pink pussy hat protest and said something about blowing up the WH or something. She's well past her prime for sure. It's not about themselves or their own child. It's literally about killing babies. As many as they can.

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HelloDolly 9 points ago +9 / -0

You are not going to win the war against baby killers by going 150 mph on this issue. There are profound spiritual and theological questions regarding the rights of a fertilized egg within hours or days of conception, for example. I know where I come down on it but I think we need to convince others rather than compel them. So how does that happen? If you are not a really religious person, you might be okay with the day after pill, for example. But when the "pro choice" people tell you that they are in favor of killing an innocent viable fetus that can feel pain, so as to Ebenezer Scrooge "decrease the surplus population", they might reassess whether there might be something to this "good versus evil" paradigm.

We are winning the battle on this issue with the young people so let's not fuck it up. It really is the boomers that are hell bent on killing babies up until the time of birth, and even after birth in the case of a botched abortion. At least where I live which is deep blue city/state. Young people really don't feel that worried about an unwanted pregnancy because it's not that hard to not get pregnant.

What I love about this segment with Bill Maher is that it is persuasive, not compulsive. He is literally making left leaning young people - who would, as Dennis Miller once said, step over a homeless person to spit on someone wearing a fur coat - think hard about what he is saying. He is literally telling them that the left is in favor of depopulation by force. This has huge implications because if an elite like Maher is verbatim telling his audience that, "yea, it's murder but there are too many people in the world", is it so crazy to think that people in his circle might think so too? And if that's what they think, what wouldn't they do? Perhaps create a bioweapon with a kill shot for good measure? I am convinced he is part of the deprogramming agenda. It just reeks of a psyop to me.

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HelloDolly 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's definitely a pattern recognition thing. Strong bullshit detector. The only other person in my family that does it is my Mom. Not surprisingly she is unvaccinated and going strong at 87. Got COVID from her trice vaccinated caregiver and my sister said, "Oh no! Now mom's going to give it to everyone (who is vaccinated) because she's not vaccinated!!! You can't make this shit up. She had a runny nose for about a week but that was it. Still, they don't learn.

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HelloDolly 5 points ago +5 / -0

How can this even be Constitutional? You must do business here because Mr. Govt. said so? And they call Trump a fascist.

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HelloDolly 5 points ago +5 / -0

I don't remember how I got from CBTS to VOAT to here. I do remember panicking when CBTS went down because I was still free falling down the rabbit hole at the time. I stumbled onto the Q thing in January or so 2018. I was hooked.

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HelloDolly 2 points ago +2 / -0

WOW. I feel dumber just having watched that.

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HelloDolly 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting thanks for this. I can't read the whole article do you know if you have ot have graduated from an accredited law school?

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HelloDolly 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't think you can practice in federal court without a state court license somewhere. If you are licensed by a state, you are automatically admitted to practice the federal court for the federal jurisdiction you reside in.

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HelloDolly 5 points ago +5 / -0

I can't think of a state that doesn't require you to pass a bar exam. You can't practice until you pass even if you have graduated from law school.

Some states have reciprocity with other states, so, for example, if you are licensed in Illinois you will have passed your Illinois bar exam sometime after law school hopefully on the first try. If you have been practicing for awhile, you can then apply for reciprocity with states that allow it. Every state will have its own rules on that, but for example, if an Illinois licensed lawyer wants to practice in New York which does have reciprocity with other states, the NY state licensing people will review your record and you sit for an interview. It's sort of a shoo in if you have a good reputation. With reciprocity you will not have to sit for the NY state bar exam. Some states don't care how long you've been practicing, you have to pass their bar if you want to practice law in their state. Arizona used to have a really hard bar exam and they really frowned on out of staters getting licensed, at least back when a lot of people were coming from CA. Don't know if that's still the case.

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HelloDolly 5 points ago +5 / -0

No, the state bar is your license. There are bar associations, like the American Bar Association, but that's just a club. If you get disbarred, it means they are taking away your license to practice law.

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HelloDolly 2 points ago +2 / -0

One of my favorite places will be there tomorrow!!

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