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January 20, 2022, 04:01:39 PM

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 on: Today at 03:59:07 PM 
Started by EastAnglianLefty - Last post by lfromnj


Senate map passes, and is basically law since there isn't need for a signature. It's not aggressive, but it is almost impossible to see how the Dems get to 20 seats and the Tampa Bay crossing seat is the only one that could face a legal challenge this cycle.

They also nukes Gainesville. Might have faced a challenge under the last court. Certainly a waste now

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 on: Today at 03:57:16 PM 
Started by Ferguson97 - Last post by DT
I wonder how the black owned businesses on the south and west side are dealing with 50% of their clientele being barred entry.

In my experience they just ignore it.  New Orleans has an indoor vaccine mandate (and a returned mask mandate, ugh) but it's pretty much only enforced by businesses that cater to a mostly (rich) White, local clientele.  Most businesses that cater to the Black community or the tourist traps on Bourbon Street don't bother.   

I'm ready for Louisiana to elect a Republican governor next year so we can end this nonsense. 

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 on: Today at 03:57:06 PM 
Started by Brittain33 - Last post by Brittain33
Though I do admit I don't see how the thread title is correct - the ban is much worse and doesn't apply to just Jews. Non-Christians would be much more accurately describing it.

It’s because the couple who was actually banned by the state-funded adoption agency is a Jewish couple.

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 on: Today at 03:56:45 PM 
Started by EastAnglianLefty - Last post by Sun Belt Booster
What I don't get is why the Dems voted "No" lol

This map is a best-case scenario.
A few of them wanted to push for another Hispanic access seat in central florida.

It's barely possible to make even one majority-Hispanic seat lol

Biting your face to spite your nose I guess



I like these new maps a lot actually.

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 on: Today at 03:56:29 PM 
Started by Ferguson97 - Last post by Southern Delegate Punxsutawney Phil
Massive L for DeSantis. Even if Biden isn't popular, with Trump likely taking upwards of 10% it wouldn't be much of a contest.
While Trump getting upwards of 10% is extremely unlikely, in the event that he does, Biden is basically a lock for re-election, full stop.

If Trump could hypothetically get the resources to run as an independent (unlikely, he isn't that rich), he would get over 10% easily: he has a rabid group of supporters who like him more than the Republican brand. Wasn't there even talk about Trump starting a new political party? He would eat into DeSantis's share, giving Biden a layup win
Most of those supporters are plugged into the national GOP camp at this point and strongly, strongly driven by anti-Dem tribal feelings. The GOP can argue that it'd split the vote. They could probably squeeze enough of that vote out that Trump would get less than 10%.

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 on: Today at 03:56:23 PM 
Started by AmericaFirst - Last post by StateBoiler
I still don't know if that would be worth it. Not sure what it solves for Russia long-term.

Could Putin be looking for prestige? His popularity has been in steady decline long-term.

Does it really matter what the Russian motivation is? All that matters is the Russians are going to do it, they'll almost certainly succeed in whatever their military goals are as long as they're within limits, and everyone's going to stand by and watch not stopping them.

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 on: Today at 03:56:00 PM 
Started by James Monroe - Last post by Big Abraham
I prefer Monroe actually (though both have some pretty childish views), but I'll have to vote BRTD here due to OP breaking The Rule™.

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 on: Today at 03:55:58 PM 
Started by EastAnglianLefty - Last post by Oryxslayer


Senate map passes, and is basically law since there isn't need for a signature. It's not aggressive, but it is almost impossible to see how the Dems get to 20 seats and the Tampa Bay crossing seat is the only one that could face a legal challenge this cycle.

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 on: Today at 03:55:33 PM 
Started by pool water is very cod 🥶🥶🥶 - Last post by Hammy

This drought stuff and water restrictions has been going on forever, it seems.

Large portions of California (and really the Desert West in general) are not naturally inhabitable but they insist on building there anyway, stretching the water supply thin even in the best of times.

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 on: Today at 03:55:15 PM 
Started by Scarlet - Last post by Devout Centrist
Absolutely haram

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