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  1. Did you listen or read the data? The guy that "invented" the PCR test has stated many times that it doesn't work for this purpose. That is a main point in the article. No, not really obscure. Dr Mercola has been around for many years and is quite credible. He believes in Integrative Medicine and that goes against some traditional medical treatments. Traditional medicine is diagnose and prescribe. That's great for big pharma. Other doctors prefer prevention that includes a healthy or super healthy immune system.
  2. Isn't this interesting. One huge point this article makes is that the PCR test is not an indicator of COVID. It was never intended for that purpose and the results are not reliable. Major decisions about quarantine, closing businesses, social distancing and mask wearing are based on these test results. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/10/17/coronavirus-fraud-biggest-crime-against-humanity.aspx?cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1ReadMore&cid=20201017Z1&mid=DM679632&rid=989533050
  3. Yep, that would be interesting to see. He clearly said it would pass. If it doesn't he'll have to own it. But if it passes will you post a retraction and applaud? What I think he was doing was calling out Pelosi. She doesn't want it to pass so has loaded it with non-virus things that she knows are unacceptable to Trump. The funding to bail out failed Democrat run states is an example. She wants to be able to continue to say, "We're trying, Trump doesn't care about Americans, he doesn't care, the Republicans aren't negotiating fairly, etc." I think she should look in the mirror. Wouldn't it be nice to have actions that didn't have unrelated topics tied together? This is an ongoing problem in Washington, nothing new.
  4. I agree with you. It shouldn't have happened. So how do you feel about Benghazi, the email server, the Clinton foundation, and the unfolding news on Hunter?
  5. Interesting list of five items. But noted that you didn't comment on the missed opportunity on race relations. Healthcare that's turned out to not be working for most. Oh, and you can't keep your doctor. To bad the mandate was illegal. I'm glad he tried, it just didn't work. A close personal friend is on the insurance end in the exchange business and he says they are making more money now than before. The people I've spoken to and what I've read elsewhere indicates high premiums and high deductibles. If you have a known condition that requires expensive care then it works, otherwise no. Recession - no comment Bin Laden - good job. Ebola - don't remember the history but it was during his watch. Spending, uhh NO. It's nuts how many hand maidens Michelle had compared to what the current admin is doing. In fairness, it's not really Obama's fault. The government has been bloated for years. I worked directly with hundreds of fed employees and it was head-shaking dealing with them. They would have 10 in a meeting and just me. A private business would have 2-3 people doing what 10 were doing. Procurement practices cause much of that problem and super slow decision making. At the end of my career I watched a customer (military base) spend 4X more for something than they could have bought from another source. One sad fact is the option they chose to solve the problem still didn't solve it. And no, I don't follow Obama, just hear it on the news and wonder why.
  6. Interesting list of five items. But noted that you didn't comment on the missed opportunity on race relations. Healthcare that's turned out to not be working for most. Oh, and you can't keep your doctor. To bad the mandate was illegal. I'm glad he tried, it just didn't work. A close personal friend is on the insurance end in the exchange business and he says they are making more money now than before. The people I've spoken to and what I've read elsewhere indicates high premiums and high deductibles. If you have a known condition that requires expensive care then it works, otherwise no. Recession - no comment Bin Laden - good job. Ebola - don't remember the history but it was during his watch. Spending, uhh NO. It's nuts how many hand maidens Michelle had compared to what the current admin is doing. In fairness, it's not really Obama's fault. The government has been bloated for years. I worked directly with hundreds of fed employees and it was head-shaking dealing with them. They would have 10 in a meeting and just me. A private business would have 2-3 people doing what 10 were doing. Procurement practices cause much of that problem and super slow decision making. At the end of my career I watched a customer (military base) spend 4X more for something than they could have bought from another source. One sad fact is the option they chose to solve the problem still didn't solve it. And no, I don't follow Obama, just hear it on the news and wonder why.
  7. Yep, 9 months ago he made a decision that some disagree with. We saw what happened as information came out a few weeks later. Panic buying and isolation. Maybe a different decision would have been better who knows. It's always easy to see the past and say it should have been done differently.
  8. It's almost silly to try and have a serious conversation here. You asked and I answered. My response is how I see it. Your response and the response of others is the same. If it's as you've stated please provide the sources to back up your claim that he lied about taxes or who he owes money to, or proof that anyone knows how Barrett will respond on Roe.
  9. Well, let's start with these. Jakee did a good job of listing a couple serious items for Hillary: Benghazi, and the emails. I'd add her fraudulent non-profit to that list. For Obama, here are three items: He can't just shut up and go away like most others have done. He had his eight years and accomplished little. He had a golden opportunity to make significant improvements in race relations. Instead he and Eric Holder totally goofed on Ferguson. https://www.manhattan-institute.org/html/obamas-ferguson-sellout-9058.html He is a great speaker. His many years as a community organizer definitely show. But giving a great speech is just the first step. It must be followed up with action to back the words. In most cases that never occurred. In fairness, I could list things that I don't like about Trump. I could also list huge successes in spite of the constant political roadblocks that have been thrown in his path. The recent Middle East peace accord is epic. It's not perfect but it's a start.
  10. It was an interesting broadcast. The host pushed him (some), and constantly threw in facts that he had to address. But gave him time to answer the questions. He was fairly successful in providing, "the rest of the story," to full in the information that most news stories fail to report. They hit on his tax returns, COVID, Barret and how she will vote, healthcare, stimulus funds, corporate taxes, and few other current topics. It's worth watching. Whether you believe it is up to you. I plan to watch a reply of the Biden broadcast tomorrow. I expect he'll have to answer about his son and the recent disclosures, fracking, and other items. Crazy times for sure.
  11. The fly got it right twice.
  12. No problem. That never should have happened. There should have been hearings and a vote. Both parties have plenty to be held accountable for.
  13. That's possible but what I also don't have is a city with strong guns laws with over 1,550 homicides so far this year. Heck in my area more than half the folks have legal guns and the guns have yet to wake up and go shoot someone.
  14. Seems that we should follow what the Democrats have said and what the Constitution says. If Joe, Hillary, Nancy, Elizabeth, Bernie, Chuck and the rest of them say it we should do it.