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  1. lawgator1

    Clarence Thomas

    I give credit to Thomas for his consistency. He has always, always, taken an impossibly narrow view of the Constitution on a purely literal, was that the law at the time kind of approach. I get the reasoning. I just think it's not realistic.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Those hypothetical are FAR different than this. No one just happened across the guy silently praying. He promoted it in a public event.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Sure.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Didn't kneel mid field and lead a prayer, did he? Every game. For decades.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    No one would object to him praying silently. The issue is making a display of it in a setting where young people might feel compelled to join in. It seems..... "look-at-me" ish. I tend to find people who wear their religion so prominently to generally suck as people.
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    ‘23 CA QB Jaden Rashada (Miami commit)

    Obviously we would not wish pain on him, that's absurd. I mean, a quick death in a fiery boilerroom accident, sure. But no ouchies.
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    stock market was up today...

    Ok and they overestimated its ability to stop the virus cold, but bore out its value overall. Better than no jab, get sick,and die.
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    stock market was up today...

    Yes, it's anecdotal. Several members of my family have had the same experience and so we surmise the vaccine dampens and shortens symptoms. The science supports that. But it, you know, requires you give science some weight. And if you don't, well, maybe it's the flat Earth working in my favor.
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    stock market was up today...

    So the vaccine kept me from getting very sick and my reaction should just be anger that it didn't stop me from getting sick at all? That's some odd thinking there.
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    stock market was up today...

    2 day vid.
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    stock market was up today...

    Got the two originals last April. Booster 1 tgiving. Booster 2 this past Wednesday. Had the vid this past January, two days. I credit the vaccine.
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    stock market was up today...

    Is my 4th jab on Wednesday.
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    stock market was up today...

    I'm at the Orlando Airport, heading to Vegas for 5 days. I know where all the missing US workers are. They are in line to go through security at Orlando Airport.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Yes, there were no abortions prior to 1960. /end blue font
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Had to with right to privacy which while not expressed in that term exactly, exists in for example the right to be secure in your person or home. Thomas .... I don't know what to say. He's out there. On the extreme of the extreme. What he's talking about overruling is indescribable in its...
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    The court's rulings must be followed. Hopefully it's a wake up call to Dems, not to swing too far left, but to promote moderate candidates that can then enable more reasonable and realistic judges than on the bench now. We are talking 30 years, though.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Why? He's saying that the reality of 2022 has a bearing on the issue. Perfectly correct.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Yes. Much, much more effectively with guns.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    Access to self defense..... And yet we see that the overwhelming use of firearms by non-law enforcement is to hunt people down.
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    The Supreme Court of the United States Thread

    You guys just won't be happy until everyone in the country open carries at every event, will you?

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