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Supercalifragilistic

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Shouldn't Democrats want to help the poor and elderly obtain IDs? Why don't they?

GOPer: you should have an ID to vote to prove who you are.

Dem: NO! The poor and elderly do not have IDs.

GOPer: OK...let's help them get IDs. You need IDs for other stuff. No one should be without an ID.

Dem: NO! How do you want to pay for this! This is a poll tax!

GOPer: So, you don't want to help te elderly and poor now...because of the cost? Really? LOL

DEM: That's not help! Help is taking their doctors an insurance from them and firing them I buy high deductible insurance. Giving them free IDs so they can get on an airplane if they need to is not help.

GOPer: Uhhhhhhhh...ok




According to Democrats, it's completely fine to rip someone's insurance and doctors from them against their will but no way in hell is it OK for them to be given help obtaining an ID.

You guys admit there are people without IDs all the time. Yet, you don't want to help them fix that situation. You want them to remain IDless. Why? What if they have to go to their sister's funeral and need to fly but don't have an ID? According to the left, "tough shit for them". Don't you DARE give the needy an ID. Take their insurance and cancer doctors from them and jack up the price if their premiums and deductibles. But don't dare help them acquire an ID.

I love this juxtapositions of these stances.
Posted by Supercalifragilistic | Thu Oct 23, 2014, 11:53 AM (24 replies)

Why not use census workers to make IDs for people?

My best idea yet. This would take a bullet out of both sides guns. Next census, the census takers should be equipped with a mobile national state ID machine that makes an ID right there on the spot for anyone who needs one...for free.

Is there anyone that could be against this idea?

I also would like that to be a question on the census as well. "Who in this household dies not have an ID?" Then Make them on right on the spot.

This would cut the griping down to a very small few (some one here). Legitimate griping anyway. No way any one should have an issue with this.
Posted by Supercalifragilistic | Thu Oct 23, 2014, 12:19 AM (26 replies)

What kind of "pression" do you think has been most abundant since 2008?

At some point in time over the last 6 years, we've heard about all of these "pressions" in one way or another. Which one would you say is the most aptly fitting for the times?
Posted by Supercalifragilistic | Wed Oct 22, 2014, 11:35 PM (12 replies)

New info released from the Mike Brown case

So, if it is proven that Wilson was attacked and shot Brown while he was charging him and the officer was fearing for his life, making the shooting justified, is that a good thing or a bad thing?

I know a shooting is never a good thing, but should people be relieved that this is how it happened? Or should they be upset that Brown wasn't shot while surrendering, proving a lot of people wrong...and quite dumb looking.

http://stlouis.cbslocal.com/2014/10/22/new-information-released-on-michael-brown-case/

FERGUSON, Mo. (KMOX) – A report by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch this morning shows the official autopsy supports Ferguson officer Darren Wilson’s claim that Michael Brown struggled with him in his patrol vehicle, and that Brown did not have his hands up when he was shot Aug. 9....

...The Post-Dispatch also had three experts examine the official autopsy.

St. Louis medical examiner Dr. Michael Graham says the report supports claims that there was a “significant struggle” in Wilson’s patrol car, and Brown suffered a hand wound at “relatively short range.”

A forensic pathologist from San Francisco, Dr. Judy Melinek, says based on a bullet wound to Brown’s arm, Brown’s palms could not have been facing Wilson in the standard surrender position – with hands up and palms out – when he was shot, and Brown was falling forward or lunging when he was hit by the fatal shot to the top of his head.

Based on toxicology tests, Ohio State University College of Pharmacy consultant Alfred Staubus concludes Brown had used marijuana within a few hours of his death, but it is not clear if he was impaired at the time. The Post-Dispatch says Brown’s family attorney calls Wilson’s account “absurd from beginning to end.”



Posted by Supercalifragilistic | Wed Oct 22, 2014, 06:32 PM (10 replies)

Isn't calling Indigenous People "Indians" very disrespectful?

Seems like there's little respect being given here to our Indigenous folk. Not to mention giving away the title of those from India to another group I people.

Seems borderline racial slurish...doesn't it?

It's like calling a little person the M-word. Shameful. But, what do I know. I'm just a simple Eskimo.

http://www.discussionist.com/?com=view_post&forum=1015&pid=243049
Posted by Supercalifragilistic | Mon Oct 20, 2014, 09:41 PM (29 replies)
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