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Qled 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes! Exactly. Licensing doesn't actually make people good drivers. If people are dumb, they get into accidents, the problem solves itself. The big issue is that mandatory car insurance makes it, so people don't have to live with the consequences of their actions. Many people would drive very differently if they knew that some insurance company wasn't going to foot the bill. I had my license suspended three times when I was a teenager and in my 20s. It wasn't until I started driving without insurance that it really hit home how bad a car accident could be.

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Qled 2 points ago +2 / -0

I really hated wearing masks when the pandemic first started. Even when I had Covid, I refused to wear a mask or avoid crowds. However, I had to wear it a few times and I realized that people started treating me differently. I have terrible teeth and once people couldn't see those, they just treated me normally. I'm not gonna lie, I wear a mask whenever I can now.

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Qled 7 points ago +7 / -0

This is why the whole idea of licensing professions is a scam. We should simply allow people who are knowledgeable to practice medicine and let the free market decide. I know so many people who would be great doctors or are good at making their own medications, but just never went to school. Medical care would be so much cheaper if big hospitals didn't have a monopoly on healthcare.

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Qled 1 point ago +1 / -0

It benefits them because it gets us used to compliance. Mandatory seat belts, mandatory vaccines, and soon it will be mandatory cancer screenings and prostate exams, absolute degeneracy.

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Qled 0 points ago +1 / -1

So if President Trump needed you to sacrifice your life or health for the good of the country, you wouldn't do it then?

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Qled 0 points ago +1 / -1

No, we've said it the whole time. He is just a puppet. I imagine they used all kinds of threats and lies to get him to comply. We can't just go around enacting "justice" on anyone we think is culpable.

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Qled -1 points ago +1 / -2

If President Trump gives it, then by definition, it is not illegal.

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Qled 0 points ago +1 / -1

You don't believe in forgiveness?

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Qled 0 points ago +1 / -1

Do soldiers on the battlefield have this privilege? Do they get to decide which orders they follow, and which orders they don't?

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Qled 0 points ago +1 / -1

And who is that? We know people like Fauci are just puppets. Who is the puppet master?

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Qled 1 point ago +2 / -1

Then how are we better than the elites who push their agendas without compromise?

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Qled 0 points ago +1 / -1

I'm a patriot and a digital soldier. I'm willing to die for my country. It looks like a lot of people here are not comfortable with that concept.

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Qled 1 point ago +1 / -0

Russia has historic claims to these places. Where have you been for the last two years? We've seen numerous justifications for why Ukraine is part of Russia. Also, who is showing you the numbers on the male life expectancy? Is it the World Health Organization? Wikipedia? I would hardly consider these to be reliable.

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Qled -2 points ago +1 / -3

I'm following orders like a soldier does. He is our commander in chief. If president Trump calls upon the military to go into battle, do they get a full explanation of what is happening? Do they get to decide which orders they should follow and which they shouldn't?

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Qled -1 points ago +1 / -2

No, he's a really nice guy. I mean, working for the sheriff, sometimes he has to tackle people and arrest them, that kind of thing, but that's his job. He has a family to take care of, he can't afford to be fired, especially during the pandemic.

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Qled 0 points ago +1 / -1

Do you think soldiers on the battlefield are given the luxury of an explanation for everything they do?

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Qled 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's government tyranny. The effectiveness of seatbelts is questionable at best. Either way, it should be a choice, not something we're forced to do in the privacy of our own vehicles. The government should not be able to regulate any activity in a car as long as the driver can safely operate it.

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Qled 3 points ago +3 / -0

President Trump knows who these people are. He's making a list, checking it twice, and when Santa comes to town, he'll show us who has been naughty and nice.

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Qled -25 points ago +2 / -27

Not following orders is why we're in this mess in the first place. Anytime President Trump says something here that people don't like, I see all kinds of justifications why we shouldn't do it, or that he didn't really mean in. If President Trump says I should take the vaccine, I'll take it. Even if it is poisoned, if taking it will help him, then I'll be first in line. We are digital soldiers, patriots of the 21st century. We don't always know what President Trump is doing, which is why it is absolutely crucial that we follow the orders we have been given.

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Qled -17 points ago +3 / -20

I really think we need to consider amnesty for some people. I personally know a few of them. One of my friends works for the local sheriff. He didn't want to wear a mask, give out tickets, or arrest clergy for keeping their churches open, but he was just following orders. I think we need to show the world that our strength is kindness. As the bible says "forgive them; for they know not what they do". When we have all the power, I think it will really open people's eyes when we do what the elites and the DS would never do, take the high road.

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Qled 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is all MSM propaganda. Russia is becoming the greatest country in the world. They're banning all this LGBTQ nonsense and returning to traditional values. They're also cracking down on misinformation and putting lying journalists in jail, could you imagine if our leaders had the balls to do that? They value truth and freedom in Russia. Once President Trump is back in office, I have no doubt that he will set things right with Russia. He'll acknowledge their historic claims over Europe and Alaska, withdraw from NATO, and in return, they will help America become great again. Together, they will crush the global elites and bring in a new age of property, cheap fossil fuels, booming economies, record stock markets, and the largest military alliance ever seen.

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Qled 1 point ago +1 / -0

They're not losing anything important. All they're losing is old Soviet tanks, ships, and hardware as well as some criminal recruits. There's a reason Russia isn't using their stock piles of newer vehicles, like the T-14 Armada or Su-57. The MSM is saying it is because they're afraid, but we know the real reason. If they brought these out in large numbers, the war would be over in hours. President Putin is trading garbage for strategic advantage.

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Qled 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is why I refuse to wear a seat belt. I finally bought one of those bottle openers that clicks into the buckle holder so my car will finally stop dinging at me. They're fantastic.

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Qled 19 points ago +19 / -0

It seems obvious to me that Putin could end the war in Ukraine tomorrow if he wanted to, but he's purposely dragging it out to bleed the west of money, weapons, and eventually men. It's no wonder that President Trump called him "very savy" when he started the special military operation in Ukraine.

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