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Old 01-26-2021, 04:11 AM
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Regarding your bullshlt about democrats and gun manufacturers, I myself don't give a rat's ass who votes those SOBs into office. When I smell an anti-gun weenie politician, democrat or republican or otherwise, I know the monkeys will come out of the woodwork with proposed laws against firearms.

All of those b*st*rds can go to Hell.
Its amazing how anti-2nd amendment trash will tell you that they want to ban guns.They will fraudulently compare us to countries that banned guns and whine how they have better gun control than we do. They have banned guns or attempted to ban guns in their own state and push for bans at the federal level. Then they will lie to your face and say you are paranoid, no one is coming to take your guns away, no one is trying to ban guns and so on. They will bring up the fact that Obama did no such thing as president despite him do so at the state level and him pushing for a ban at the federal level as though that is proof the pro-2nd amendment crowd is paranoid.
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Its amazing how anti-2nd amendment trash will tell you that they want to ban guns.They will fraudulently compare us to countries that banned guns and whine how they have better gun control than we do. They have banned guns or attempted to ban guns in their own state and push for bans at the federal level. Then they will lie to your face and say you are paranoid, no one is coming to take your guns away, no one is trying to ban guns and so on. They will bring up the fact that Obama did no such thing as president despite him do so at the state level and him pushing for a ban at the federal level as though that is proof the pro-2nd amendment crowd is paranoid.
Time to fight the scumbags and tell them to stick a cork up their butts regarding any infringing. Don't try it, dickheads. You will lose.

Any retorts saying how paranoid pro-gun people are will be rewarded with my standard, "May you live forever." It is more civil than "Eat shlt and bark at the moon!"
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1.Unions endorsing politicians who are illegal alien testicle lickers is funny because of the fact illegal aliens cause wages to stagnate. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that licensed unionized plumber and pipe fitter is drastically more expensive than an illegal alien who isn't. Even Cesar Chavez was against illegal immigration.

2.Much of the land for the proposed pipeline was obtained through eminent domain. I am against eminent domain for private use and therefore against this pipeline.

3.Hate to play devils advocate here but most of that oil would be for export, not use in the US. So the idea that we need large Canadian pipeline cutting through the US for energy independence and low fuel costs is laughable.
1) Agreed

2) The electricity powering the device you used to write the comment as well the device aren't available without eminent domain. The right of way for the electric grid was obtained using eminent domain. The device was delivered via roads or rail lines only possible through the use of eminent domain. There are appropriate uses of eminent domain.

3) The Keystone XL pipeline would have delivered crude to American refineries where American workers would refine it into products for export. What is the objection to American value added manufacturing? If Kim Jung Biden gets his way the Canadians will build a pipeline to their west coast where the crude will be shipped to China where it will be refined and used with no environmental controls and with no contribution to the American economy or reducing the balance of trade deficit.

Oh but wait, Democrat billionaire Warren Buffet will profit from transporting the crude on his railroad while the Canadian pipeline is being built. Helping a billionaire Democrat donor and the Chinese communists who hate us while screwing over our ally Canada, what a brilliant move.
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1) Agreed

2) The electricity powering the device you used to write the comment as well the device aren't available without eminent domain. The right of way for the electric grid was obtained using eminent domain. The device was delivered via roads or rail lines only possible through the use of eminent domain. There are appropriate uses of eminent domain.

3) The Keystone XL pipeline would have delivered crude to American refineries where American workers would refine it into products for export. What is the objection to American value added manufacturing? If Kim Jung Biden gets his way the Canadians will build a pipeline to their west coast where the crude will be shipped to China where it will be refined and used with no environmental controls and with no contribution to the American economy or reducing the balance of trade deficit.

Oh but wait, Democrat billionaire Warren Buffet will profit from transporting the crude on his railroad while the Canadian pipeline is being built. Helping a billionaire Democrat donor and the Chinese communists who hate us while screwing over our ally Canada, what a brilliant move.
Electricity is a public utility. Oil being sent to a refinery to be refined and shipped out of the US is not a public utility. So comparing the two is ludicrous. This amounts to taking someone's property so that a private highway can be built that only Apple can use.

CHina joe is going to sell us out regardless if that oil is refined here or refined in China.
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