You don't have to like every Supreme Court of the United States decision to recognize that society cannot function if we have 330 million separate and competing interpretations of the US Constitution.
If you think mask orders are unConstitutional, you're wrong. The Supreme Court affirmed a ruling on similar laws for mandatory motorcycle helmets in 1972.
Let's not forget that every civil liberty is subject to reasonable limits, and occasionally even unreasonable limits, so long as those limits are established properly and equally applied. If you think wearing a mask is an unreasonable limit, then you're really not going to like mandatory vaccinations for essentially everyone if we end up a... Continue Reading →
Maybe it's just me, but I think every follower of Donald should be forced to wear a vocoder that makes them sound like a Dalek.
If you're offended by the reports that Russia offered bounties for dead US soldiers in Afghanistan, great. But if you think that the US hasn't done the exact same thing to Russia, China, N. Korea, Iran, et al, you're naive.
Dear governors of pandemic-stricken states: citizens staying home to avoid catching COVID-19 and not spending money shuts down your economy as thoroughly as a lockdown order. The difference is that lockdowns save lives, while refusing to issue a lockdown to avoid "shutting down the economy" kills people. Choose wisely.
At this point, if you still support Donald, I'm going to assume you're dumb, because otherwise I have to assume you're a racist, a white supremacist, a homophobe, and a fascist. I'd rather assume you're just dumb. Please don't go out of your way to correct my assumption.
Since July 1, 2017, I've amassed 3124 unique instances of Donald Trump being a horrible person, including nearly 200 examples of overt fascism. Given today's events, it's time to remind people just how horrible he truly is.
Never equate tactical strength with political strength. Turning of the White House lights off improves the tactical situation for the Secret Service and military that protect the President, but it shows profound political weakness for the President to be so afraid of the people.
Silence is acquiescence. Silence is acceptance. Silence is approval. I will not be silent.