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harkk 13 points ago +13 / -0

The real story is that Paul Pelosi staggered over, knocked the Beast driver over the head with a wine bottle, jumped into the driver's seat and drove it into a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle painted with daisies and sporting a Nancy for Speaker bumper sticker.

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harkk 2 points ago +2 / -0

Doctors aren't supposed to do joint surgery on really obese people. The joints just blow out from the weight.

My brother died in his 50s from a massive stroke or heart attack. They weren't sure which because his body was too large for the CAT scanner at the local hospital. He was obese his entire life and actually didn't eat huge amounts of food. He had one successful diet and lost a lot of weight in his 20s but then put it all back on plus more. Just weeks before he died, a health scare finally got him to get serious about his weight and he'd actually lost some. But it was too late.

My point is that, like alcoholics, some morbidly obese people just don't get it or consider what morbidly means. They might not listen to you unless they're staring death in the face and perhaps not then.

I'm not trying to discourage you from trying, but don't feel bad if they don't listen.

BTW, we just lost another very obese family member. She'd had multiple joint replacements. Each time her mobility got worse until she couldn't walk without a walker and then, the past few months, couldn't walk at all. We begged her to watch her diet and to exercise. She really did have horrible eating habits and was like a junky with junk food.

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harkk 1 point ago +1 / -0

We all know that. I didn't feel any pressing need to include the history of his two children.

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harkk 1 point ago +1 / -0

I didn't realize I was supposed to stuff the entire point into the header. Why would there be a link? I'm not trying to argue with you either but I didn't realize you were responding to the headline without reading my post. It had nothing to do with whether the tribes would or wouldn't go along with this ridiculous proposal.

And btw, I actually read both of your posts before responding.

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harkk 1 point ago +1 / -0

There is no rage. That's a lie too. I have to say I'm a bit amazed that anyone who reads my original post could think it says anything other than that the push for teepees is fake and was never intended to actually have abortion teepees built. I don't think it's really about raising money either. It's about spreading the lie that the ruling ends abortion across the US.

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harkk 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're missing my point. They know it's ridiculous and the tribes won't agree. Not to mention there will be no women so desperate for an abortion and unable to get one. I remember the days when some states had legal abortion and others didn't. Women got into cars and drove to the states that did.

The entire scenario is a big lie. The entire purpose is to plant the idea that the SC just eliminated abortion nationwide, which they did not. All they did was send the issue back to the states.

I saw someone on our side claiming that to pro-lifers, this ruling is about abortion but to the Democrats it's about states' rights. That guy is either controlled opposition or an idiot or (most likely) his statement was misquoted. This ruling* is *about states' rights to everyone. It's about liberals tramping on those rights in the original RvW ruling. Yes, it now means states can halt abortions or limit abortions, just like it was before RvW. Abortion is not and never has been a constitutionally protected right to be decided by the SC.

And, the liberals did this through the court because, as in every other issue they've shoved through by federal judges, they knew they would never have the votes to get bills through Congress to accomplish their aims.

And the real reason they're pushing this lie is because they don't want the SC to be able to uphold states' rights and the Constitution. Do you really think they give a rat's butt about women?

BTW, in my state I don't believe the Native Americans ever lived in teepees, so I'm sure they would think feds building them on their reservation was ridiculous.

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harkk 1 point ago +1 / -0

Obama has two daughters. One has a similar name to his half-brother's.

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harkk 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's how I knew what you were thinking. LOL He was the subject of news stories a few weeks ago and when I saw the headline, I thought the same. Then I saw the story and photo inside.

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harkk 15 points ago +15 / -0

He's a man. He's Obama's half brother, not his daughter.

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harkk 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm not in NY but thanks for your hard work in putting this together! I hope everyone gets out and votes there tomorrow.

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harkk 2 points ago +2 / -0

Exactly. The Republicans used to know to avoid primaries and instead hold caucuses, mass meetings and conventions. This is the reason why. This ploy is nothing new to the Dems any more than cheating on election day is. This is why it's crucial to get involved and shove these lazy, not very bright rinos aside. Fight for caucuses or conventions and against primaries. The rolling convention like we had in Virginia last year was great because no one had to travel far to go cast a ballot. This is important.

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harkk 2 points ago +2 / -0

We already knew there were fake Republicans running. Bottom line in this is that the local, district and state GOP committees need to get off their rear ends and check out the bona fides and backgrounds of all candidates. And then before voting for them in a caucus, convention or primary, do your own investigation. The parties have more resources than we do and the parties need to do more than ask for money (don't give it to them, give to good candidates.)

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harkk 3 points ago +3 / -0

LOLOLOL! What can we do to make sure he actually does this? After all, Bet Midler and Cher pledged to leave years ago and we can't manage to push them out the door.

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harkk 7 points ago +7 / -0

I think you hit the nail on the head. To Nancy, it wasn't just a kid touching the queen. It was one of those dirty peasants. I think the kid is Superwoman.

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harkk 34 points ago +34 / -0

I love this kid. She has a very bright political future. Rinos take note - she has more balls than you do.

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harkk 6 points ago +6 / -0

An army of frogs in gillie suits. What a concept!

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harkk 2 points ago +2 / -0

I can relate. We had no cell service here for many years. Now we have service but huge gaps where there's no coverage at all. Once I leave my house, I have cell service for about a mile and then nothing for about 15 miles.

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harkk 1 point ago +1 / -0

The umbrellas are the ridiculous people's most ridiculous thing yet.

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