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  1. Brant, That's the choice I'm making. People who tell you to take their vaccine, then inject into patients something that is not a vaccine are lying by default. I don't trust them. (And, for a disagreement that may surprise some people, that extends to President Trump. He's the guy who did warp speed. I admire his commitment to great achievements brought in early and under budget, but I don't ever want to take medical advice of that magnitude from him. I don't trust his knowledge in that field.) Also, I don't believe the severity of this disease warrants a vaccine, much less a perman
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  2. So much for speaking truth to power. CAFs' firm was crushed by the very people she'd worked for in government and the court system after getting on the wrong side of the bid riggers and insiders trading after saving taxpayers $2.2 B, circa '97. She underestimated the infernal mechanisms she counted on for justice. However dubious, I like a come from behind story, though at 70 she appears unlikely to live to see it through to fruition. https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0202/S00013/enemy-of-the-state-the-catherine-fitts-story-1.htm
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  3. Just beware it's not a true vaccine. I'd rather take on the virus directly than be part of the greatest medical experiment in history. -+Brant
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  4. Is President Trump back in charge or are Liz Cheney and Maryland governor Larry Hog-man? We may find out at the CPAC rally in Orlando. He is scheduled to take the stage at 3:40 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday according to CI PROUD, which I have never heard of. Peter Notes. From CBS News: Trump to reemerge at CPAC as GOP tries to plot its future . . . The big question," said Schlapp, "is does the former want to be the current again?" Aides to the former president didn't respond to requests for comment from CBS News. But based on his own conversations with the former president, Schlapp said
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  5. Sorry TG. I was rifting on my own Maryland Governor Larry Hog(m)an's commercial saying, "Just wear the damn mask." edit. I should add that here in Maryland we hear Hogan's mask commercial several times a day as a public service announcement but no one outside of the local viewing audience has probably ever heard it.
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  6. Peter, that's on you. When you end your comments with "just get the damn shot", you kinda turned me off to caring about how you are doing. By adapting the left's lingo for "arguments by intimidation", you framed your story as authoritative and dictatorial, so you got defiance in return. You get what you give. "Defiance, not obedience, is the American's answer to overbearing authority." - Ayn Rand, "Don't Let It Go"
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  7. Well said. I have no hesitation in saying I know what ThatGuy and Ellen will NOT do and that is, get the shot! "How am I doing," you didn't ask? Still a bit sore and I was restless in my sleep last night. I bravely peeled the bandaid off this morning and I could find no trace of swelling. I go back to receive my booster shot in 3 weeks and that is the dose that might cause more of a reaction. I am now vaccinated against measles, chicken pox, shingles, pneumonia, flu, etc., etc., etc. I follow "it" but I am not "blinded by the science." There are several reports of new strains coming out
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  8. Just wear the damn mask. Just stay in your damn home. Just get the damn shot. Just shut down your damn business. Just give up your damn home. Just give up your damn guns. Just give up your damn freedom of speech. Just give up your damn children. Just give up your damn whiteness. Just give up your damn country. Just give up, damnit. Why won't you just give up, damnit?
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  10. I got my first Phiser shot at the VA today. As usual, the VA's system was well done and limited people coming in contact with each other. It took about 30 minutes counting the 15 minutes after the shot waiting if you will have a reaction. I didn't but I do have a bit of Minor sore arm syndrome and for a brief time, minor, minor chills. Just get the damn shot.
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  11. Durham resigns on Feb. 28, but he's still Special Counsel for the Crossfire Hurricane investigation. U.S. Attorney For Connecticut John Durham Resigns I wish he would resign as Special Counsel, too. All he's doing is marking time and spending money, thus keeping the Deep State in place. He's probably OK in matters outside the Deep State, but where the Deep State is concerned, he's got a fierce stern mug and that's about all . Good for fooling people. Form without content. Michael
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  12. That makes me very happy. But the VP slot is up in the air. He could stick with Pence or pick someone who might garner more voters and be a fine orator, without the religious baggage. Some voted for Trump because Pence sanctified / cemented the ticket in a Christian way.
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