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9 minutes ago, myata said:

Do 50+ cases of blatant lies laughed out of courts matter? C'mon you can answer such a simple question, why being so shy here all of a sudden? To uninitiated this is a famous champion of the justice system only something suddenly happened with the eyesight and hearing too (memory included). Any doctors around, by the way? Possibly a case of acute mob-induced brain disorder.

Your can probably up your count. I thought it was already north of 60, but GiuilianI lost his defamation case today after admitting a few weeks ago that he lied about the two Georgia election workers The judge mandated punitive damages which will be determined by a jury in the next phase.

Not only did GiuilianI thoroughly embarrass himself and destroy his legacy for Trump, he's going to add financial bankruptcy to his moral bankruptcy.

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15 minutes ago, myata said:

Do 50+ cases of blatant lies laughed out of courts matter?

Sure - we all know laughter is a serious crime.

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C'mon you can answer such a simple question, why being so shy here all of a sudden?

Well like most people here i usually just skip over your mindless drivel. You insist on posting incoherent gibberish that is more reminiscent of the language skills one would find in a daycare than a discussion board.  So what's the point really?

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To uninitiated this is a famous champion of the justice system only something suddenly happened with the eyesight and hearing too (memory included). Any doctors around, by the way? Possibly a case of acute mob-induced brain disorder.

Riiiighhht.... nothing crazy about any  of that.   Well - at least you've realized you need a doctor.

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"Renewal is needed...but what is the chance of it?". ... Not much while we, the Intelligent remain safe in our chairs at our electronic eyes and ears and do nothing but discuss and debate HERE what needs to be done. It should not need to take a military mind to see that the GOP has been acting in its leadership the past twenty years, and more accelerated in the past five years, as 5th Columnists, that is an enemy army of financial scammers, social unrest creators and terrorist participants ( or did you think all these Armed Shooters attacking us openly in our cities, churches and schools were not coordinated? ) Face the truth...we are already under attack. We have been now for twenty years. Red China started throwing out such 'flags' when it  began building artificial reefs, then building air strips on them, declaring them part of Red Chinese territories and cutting open long held Open Sea trade routes between free nations but especially ours with those smaller Pacific Rim countries., then making moves on Taiwan and lately treating both Japan and the Philippines.  Meanwhile Russia drains our strategic defense ammunition re supplies and stockpiles in its U. S. Supported war with Ukraine, and creates tensions deliberately between the major political.parties stirring up and recreating racial hatreds of 100 years ago as weapons to so engage our minds and our psyches that when Red China begins tio physically move against us with its allies, and Russia as well..  we may not have the strength we had before that twenty years of attacks on multiple fronts to confront and defeat them if we do not, NOW, push  these Red Chinese and Russian terrorists out of our politics and bond back together to present that United States power we had for our mutual defense, us and our allies, against these very real attackers. 

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10 hours ago, CdnFox said:

Sure - we all know laughter is a serious crime.

Folks, please try to remember this quote the next time this wunderchild around two mental age will try to instruct us on the matters solemn and legal. I'll do my best to bring it right back, for the informative context.

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9 hours ago, Caswell Thomas said:

Face the truth...we are already under attack. We have been now for twenty years.

I will not necessarily subscribe to the darkest scenarios. But democracies do weaken, go through times of challenge and discontent and must find the way to a renewal or, ultimately, perish, and that happened not once in the history. I think binary politics has run its course. It may have been adequate two centuries back but these days of instant news and questioned fact, it's just too dangerous and counterproductive to think of every question and issue in the context of beating or damaging your opponent. The intelligent and responsible part of the society will have to find the answer here, and working solutions. As always, nothing is assured and guaranteed for eternity.

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49 minutes ago, myata said:

Folks, please try to remember this quote the next time this wunderchild around two mental age will try to instruct us on the matters solemn and legal. I'll do my best to bring it right back, for the informative context.

I will remember it. I'll also remember that the cases were not "laughed out of court" but rather the SCOTUS refused to get involved.

Have a warm and fuzzy day.

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5 hours ago, myata said:

Folks, please try to remember this quote the next time this wunderchild around two mental age will try to instruct us on the matters solemn and legal. I'll do my best to bring it right back, for the informative context.

LOL - yes - it might be important at that time to point out that SOME posters here have zero sense of humor :)

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1 hour ago, CdnFox said:

sense of humor :)

Yeah like nominating, maybe electing a pathological liar jerk with zero, in the very best case, integrity for a leader of the greatest democracy, who promised to prosecute his opponents, only an innocent joke, nothing serious. Are you laughing your heads off, already?

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13 minutes ago, myata said:

leader of the greatest democracy

Be very careful. I have been flamed many times for calling the USA a democracy. I have been told firmly it is not a democracy...it is a Republic.

I don't understand the difference either, but that is the way they want it. ?

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4 minutes ago, Queenmandy85 said:

I don't understand the difference either

This one is easy. Anything that is not ruled by a monarch can be a republic. Of course there are authoritarian, totalitarian or very close, republics (North Korea, China and so on). And some can be democracies.

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50 minutes ago, Queenmandy85 said:

Be very careful. I have been flamed many times for calling the USA a democracy. I have been told firmly it is not a democracy...it is a Republic.

I don't understand the difference either, but that is the way they want it. ?

That’s silly. Like Canada, the US is a democratic republic.  330 million people don’t directly vote in every legislative matter that comes before us; we merely elect the people who do.

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28 minutes ago, Rebound said:

That’s silly. Like Canada, the US is a democratic republic.  330 million people don’t directly vote in every legislative matter that comes before us; we merely elect the people who do.

Hey, don't tell me. I'm just the messenger. Tell the Americans.

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7 minutes ago, Queenmandy85 said:

Hey, don't tell me. I'm just the messenger. Tell the Americans.

Your message is you don't understand the difference between a democracy and constitutional democracy. I think that's what you're getting flamed for. You SHOULD have been taught that in high school.  A "democracy" is two wolves and  a sheep voting on whats' for dinner.  It's the tyranny of the majority.   A constitutional democracy or a republic or the like enshrines personal rights and freeoms, limits the powers of the state (and therefore the electorate), and uses a more limited form of democracy to give the public some control over their leadership and input into the principles and priorities.

You would not care to live in a direct democracy.

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8 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

Your message is you don't understand the difference between a democracy and constitutional democracy.

Tell that to the American patriots. They go after me for even uttering the word "democracy." 

10 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

You would not care to live in a direct democracy.

You are correct. I am a monarchist.

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15 minutes ago, Queenmandy85 said:

Tell that to the American patriots. They go after me for even uttering the word "democracy." 

 

Then it sounds like they already understand and don't need to be told. Your education seems to be the one that's lacking

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You are correct. I am a monarchist.

Both countries recognize your right to be a flaming !diot if you wish to :) 

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4 hours ago, Queenmandy85 said:

Be very careful. I have been flamed many times for calling the USA a democracy. I have been told firmly it is not a democracy...it is a Republic.

I don't understand the difference either, but that is the way they want it. ?

Just people wanting to be a-holes. A republic is a representative democracy. It's a democratic form of government. 

Unless one is a Republican post Jan 6, 2021. In that case you're obligated to argue that in this "Republic" the people certified votes don't count, the election doesn't matter, and whoever is vice president at the time just gets to decide who wins. Definitely NOT a democracy in that case.

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19 minutes ago, myata said:
  2 hours ago, CdnFox said:

asking to see a doctor

18 minutes ago, myata said:

Sixty cases... SIXTY and one more time... still nothing?

 

You've seen the doctor 60 times and still nothing? THey couldn't figure out what was wrong with you even after 60 times?


You didn't screw up and go to a Vet by mistake did you? I could see you doing that.

 

 

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