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That isn't redneck quantum theory. That's conspiracy craft #101

If something doesn't look like it's a conspiracy, it's because it's been made NOT to look like a conspiracy by the guilty parties.

It's why conspiracies NEVER end. If something is resolved, it's resolved because THEY wanted you to resolve it. If you can't find proof, it's because THEY have hidden the truth from you.

"Stop being sheep!" I believe is the term.

That's why a recent post from some random nobody in PRSI had me laughing. Something about we shouldn't believe what we read. Which left me wondering if the poster realized they just told people to not believe what they wrote.

Along those lines if abortion was made illegal across the board nationally by federal law that still wouldn’t end it. They’d put just as much energy and rhetoric claiming evil forces are about to make it legal again any minute now.
 

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Obviously we should only give “good Christians” guns, anything else is the work of the Devil. If you can’t even pick the correct religion you are obviously mentally incompetent and not fit to have guns.

Bad things happen to others because they are bad people. Bad things happens to ”good Christians” because God is testing them and will reward them later for their faith.
The comic book storyline reason of why you couldn't do that, is because it makes a paradox available.

If another "good christian" shoots another "good christian" even by accident, that causes a space time continuum breach, as neither should have been shot.

Which means that either the "good christian" that shot the other, was in fact NOT good. They were in fact a bad gun owner, which is NOW a "bad christian". Or in fact a good person shot another good person, and it raises questions about one's belief.

Not in guns of course.

So you really need to make sure one type of place ( say Chicago ) gets all the guns, because even though they have gun laws, neighboring states that would profit will NOT have gun laws. Thus while Chicago shoots itself up, it shows what happens when the WRONG people have guns. Not the people who sell such guns knowing that an order of multiple guns probably isn't really for "good christians". That's good business, which "good christians" also love.
 

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The comic book storyline reason of why you couldn't do that, is because it makes a paradox available.

If another "good christian" shoots another "good christian" even by accident, that causes a space time continuum breach, as neither should have been shot.

Which means that either the "good christian" that shot the other, was in fact NOT good. They were in fact a bad gun owner, which is NOW a "bad christian". Or in fact a good person shot another good person, and it raises questions about one's belief.

Not in guns of course.

So you really need to make sure one type of place ( say Chicago ) gets all the guns, because even though they have gun laws, neighboring states that would profit will NOT have gun laws. Thus while Chicago shoots itself up, it shows what happens when the WRONG people have guns. Not the people who sell such guns knowing that an order of multiple guns probably isn't really for "good christians". That's good business, which "good christians" also love.
Your first mistake is making a lot of sense. Your second mistake is bringing logic to a religious fight.

There is no such thing as a paradox for ”good Christians” — God works in mysterious ways. Mere humans can’t possibly get the big picture, can’t understand God’s plan. Trials and Tribble-ations are part of the faith. The space time continuum is safe, Q is looking out for us.
 

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In an effort to give Louie Gohmert a run for his money,


Pat Fallon uses "Duffel Blog", a military-based satire site, to support his complaint (based on their story) that the Southern Poverty Law Center had labeled veterans organizations as hate groups. The people shouting "fake news!" are unable to actual fake news.
 

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From an investigation into Cares Act fraud.

In one Texas case, a man pleaded guilty to seeking $24.8 million in PPP loans using the names of 11 different companies to make loan applications to 11 lenders. He managed to obtain $17.3 million in forgivable loans and used the money to buy homes, jewelry and luxury cars.
 

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From an investigation into Cares Act fraud.

In one Texas case, a man pleaded guilty to seeking $24.8 million in PPP loans using the names of 11 different companies to make loan applications to 11 lenders. He managed to obtain $17.3 million in forgivable loans and used the money to buy homes, jewelry and luxury cars.
That’s what you get from the “bipartisan” bill. Republicans insisted there be money for businesses. Funny, you don’t see many fraud cases against average people who needed money to pay their rent.

The Justice Department has charged 474 people over the past year with trying to swipe more than $569 million by using criminal fraud schemes connected to the coronavirus pandemic and seized at least $580 million in civil proceedings, officials announced Friday, demonstrating how taxpayer-funded programs meant to ease the economic burden of the crisis have become susceptible to scammers.
The above quote is from The Washington Post. Didn’t Tom Brady get tons of money from this program too? Lots of rich people who didn’t need it got money from PPP.

And the Republicans dared to whine about how somebody making $200K would get a few thousand in stimulus money from the Biden plan. Rank hypocrisy from them.


Really, direct payments to average people was the way they should have done the entire thing from the beginning. Anytime there is money for businesses from the government, the crooks feast.
 

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That’s what you get from the “bipartisan” bill. Republicans insisted there be money for businesses. Funny, you don’t see many fraud cases against average people who needed money to pay their rent.


The above quote is from The Washington Post. Didn’t Tom Brady get tons of money from this program too? Lots of rich people who didn’t need it got money from PPP.

And the Republicans dared to whine about how somebody making $200K would get a few thousand in stimulus money from the Biden plan. Rank hypocrisy from them.


Really, direct payments to average people was the way they should have done the entire thing from the beginning. Anytime there is money for businesses from the government, the crooks feast.

I’m pretty sure Republicans also demanded there be zero oversight, or close to zero in exactly where the money was going.

To be fair there was a lot of individual fraud involving people in prison and it was deliberate, not some oops I didn’t know they didn’t qualify. It was taking advantage of an overburdened system erring on the side of just sending money out, investigate later...maybe.
 

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Rafael does it again


Some one should teach him about word-meanings (or he should stop hiring people who strive to make him look stupid).

I hope the same promotions team releases a Lindsey Graham wind sock. I might even buy one.
 

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In an effort to give Louie Gohmert a run for his money,


Pat Fallon uses "Duffel Blog", a military-based satire site, to support his complaint (based on their story) that the Southern Poverty Law Center had labeled veterans organizations as hate groups. The people shouting "fake news!" are unable to actual fake news.
But doesn’t ”fake news” just mean “something I don’t like” rather than “not true” nowadays?
 

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But doesn’t ”fake news” just mean “something I don’t like” rather than “not true” nowadays?

This is "fake news":

which is a problem inasmuch as it heavily smears the boundary between reality and satire – the only genuinely fake part of the story is where they quote a fictional person.
 

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I wonder if Texas republicans will do a sloooow turnaround on wind, someday claiming that renewable energy was their idea all along. Trump is on record as knowing everything about wind.
 

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I wonder if Texas republicans will do a sloooow turnaround on wind, someday claiming that renewable energy was their idea all along. Trump is on record as knowing everything about wind.
Spot on...
 
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