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    Quote Originally Posted by JDeuce View Post
    Please tell us all what your ISP blocks you from accessing which other ISPs do not.

    I've had several ISPs and levels of service in the past. Not one of them have restricted sites or services they didn't want me to access.

    If, on the other hand...you can show me a site that would block dimocraps like vit or Guesser from accessing this site, I'd be all for it...
    "Restricted sites and services" is typical liberal fear mongering bullshit.

    Just like "30 million people don't have health insurance!", "climate change will flood NY!" and "if you like your doctor and plan you can keep them!"...liberals lie their asses off to advance their agenda and gain more control of our lives.

    Unfortunately, way too many people still drink the Kool-Aid and vote dimocrap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BZ View Post
    I asked for your defense Gas Man- not for you to go to the internet and cut and paste other peoples. If you are going to plagiarize, at least credit the sources.
    You're a total piece of shit loser. I clearly have my own thoughts here at the beginning...Mark Cuban is credited....then gave my own thoughts again....copied and pasted the last paragraph. So what?

    You're answer for what laws did Trump break is "A special prosecutor will determine that" Lol...you don't even have a clue to as what is going on with this.
    What an idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BZ View Post
    Let's let the ISP's continue to control what and how they deliver service to us with no oversight.....what could possibly go wrong?
    You mean like letting the government control health care, or social security, or Medicare, or the Post office, or the VA, etc?

    Man are you dense.
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    FCC Begins Rolling Back Obama’s Net Neutrality Rule

    WASHINGTON – The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday began scrapping the Obama administration’s net neutrality rule with a pivotal 2-1 party line vote.

    Adopted in 2015, the FCC’s net neutrality rule bars internet service providers from throttling website data traffic for financial gain. The rule was approved through the 2015 Open Internet Order, which reclassified ISPs from information services to public utilities. Republican FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed undoing the Open Internet Order and returning authority to the Federal Trade Commission, which regulated the internet prior to 2015.
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    Communist Democrats lose again

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadreeler57 View Post
    Communist Democrats lose again

    the democraps love to lose and now let's see who they blame for this losing this election. they do love to piss money away rather than putting the dollars to good use. boo hoo hoo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by candy7 View Post
    the democraps love to lose and now let's see who they blame for this losing this election. they do love to piss money away rather than putting the dollars to good use. boo hoo hoo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadreeler57 View Post
    Communist Democrats lose again

    anyone else think this guy's 15 minutes of fame are up?

    just a few short months ago, they were actually selling him as some sort of lock, especially leading up to and immediately after the runoff

    I figured as long as he didn't win 50% in the runoff because Republicans didn't show up, he'd go down too. Although I was a tad bit concerned with the polls being so tight
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    to sum it up Democrats, DONT THINK THEIR SHIT STINK
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    Democrats and the Losing Politics of Contempt


    Supporters of Jon Ossoff tracking election results on their mobile phones on Tuesday night


    June 22, 2017 by Bret Stephens

    Aron Nimzowitsch, among the chess greats of his day, didn’t take well to losing badly. Knowing that he was about to be beaten by an inferior opponent in a 1925 tournament, he jumped on the table and yelled, “Against this idiot I have to lose?”

    Democrats must know the feeling.

    There are many ways to interpret — and overinterpret — Democrat Jon Ossoff’s not-so-narrow loss on Tuesday to Republican Karen Handel in the race for Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. It’s been in Republican hands nearly 40 years. Tom Price, who vacated the seat to become secretary of Health and Human Services, won last November by more than 20 points. The district is nearly 70 percent white and relatively affluent. This was always going to be an uphill climb for any Democrat, even one as fresh and ideologically moderate as Ossoff.

    Then again, this election was supposed to be for Democrats approximately what Scott Brown’s 2010 Senate victory in Massachusetts was for Republicans: the first ripple of a midterm wave, in a state dominated by the other party, prompted by an overreaching incumbent president bent on radical health care reform.

    But it wasn’t to be, despite a huge Democratic voter-turnout effort. Nor did it make any difference that Ossoff had a $23.6 million war chest, and Democrats have a 6.7 percentage point lead in the generic congressional ballot, and Donald Trump is relatively unpopular in the district and even more unpopular nationwide.

    Whatever else might be said about the race, Democrats didn’t lose for lack of political talent, campaign financing and organization or enthusiasm among their base. They lost because of their brand.

    What is that? Democrats may think the brand is all about diversity, inclusion and fairness. But for millions of Americans, the brand is also about contempt — intellectual contempt of the kind Nimzowitsch exuded for his opponent (the grandmaster Fritz Sämisch, who, in fairness, was no slouch); moral contempt of the sort Hillary Clinton felt for Trump (never more evident than last year when Hillary Clinton wondered, “Why aren’t I fifty points ahead?”).

    That contempt may be justified. But in politics, contempt had better not be visible. Voters notice.

    That seems to have been what happened in the Sixth District the moment Democrats decided to turn the race into a referendum on Trump. “Republicans saw Ossoff’s campaign omnipresence as a political siege and call for resistance,” notes Billy Michael Honor, a Presbyterian minister and resident of the district and self-described progressive, in an astute column at The Huffington Post. “The end result being the Republican base outperforming an energized Democratic Party voter turnout campaign.”

    Whatever their misgivings about Trump, those Republicans weren’t about to give Nancy Pelosi the satisfaction of a national victory. Contemporary liberalism now expresses itself chiefly in the language of self-affirmation and moral censure: of being the party of the higher-minded; of affixing the suffix “phobe” to millions of people who don’t appreciate being described as bigots.

    It’s intolerable. It’s why so many well-educated Republicans who find nothing to admire in the president’s dyspeptic boorishness find even less to like in his opponents’ snickering censoriousness. It’s why a political strategy by Democrats that seeks to turn every local race into a referendum on Trump is likely to fail.

    One temptation Democrats would be smart to avoid is to see Ossoff’s loss as evidence that the party needs to move further left, on the theory that not enough of the base showed up to vote. In fact, turnout for Ossoff was extraordinary for a special election. And nominating more progressive candidates isn’t likely to solve the contempt problem, at least with voters not yet in sync with progressive orthodoxies on coal, guns or gender-neutral bathrooms.

    Democrats may also want to reconsider the wisdom of pursuing, and hyping, the investigation into Russia’s election meddling as a means of re-litigating last year’s election. Maybe Robert Mueller will uncover evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, or otherwise catch the president in a lie under oath.

    But the longer the investigation proceeds without finding convincing evidence of malfeasance, the likelier Americans will draw the conclusion that Trump is right to call the investigation a witch hunt and begin to sympathize with him. Nobody likes a Javert. It happened for Bill Clinton in 1998 in his duel with Ken Starr.

    Speaking of the 42nd president, many are the charges that can be laid at his feet, but contempt for half of all Americans was never one of them. Whatever happened to the party of the president who was centrist, cheerful, liked Americans just as they are — and left the party in far better shape than Lyndon Johnson, Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama?

    The Georgia election will quickly sink down the memory hole. But the lessons to Democrats for how not to run against Trump and an America that, like it or not, he represents, are there for all to see.
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    near 10 months later, and what do we have?

    1) None of the fears the left created have been realized, no surprise, they're wrong about everything

    2) The Russian Collusion narrative is becoming a bigger laughingstock every day, so much so that they're changing the narrative of that investigation too. The fucking idiots are sooooooo fucking stupid, they really don't understand the difference anyhow. They still think it's about Russian Collusion, their media still tells them Trump's in some sort of trouble, and they're still falling for the same lies over a year later

    Time just doing it's thing, proving them wrong, but ignorance is bliss and they're going to die not knowing how fucking stupid they are
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    read in another thread about Twitter's supposed behavior to silence non-Liberal viewpoints. Anyone have specific evidence of this such as a tweet that was shown to be on their site then pulled down? Reason I ask is that I will be attending a forum with Jack Dorsey and wouldn't mind calling his liberal ass out for anti net-neutrality behavior at his company. It's being sponsored by "Black Tech Nation" so I'm sure I'll be bludgeoned on my way out but would love to call this dude out if there's specific evidence of wrongdoing
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadreeler57 View Post

    Nice.

    It is amazing how delusional liberals are. It is difficult to understand how a grown man can fall for the BS. After many adult years a man should wake up and cast off the years of brainwashing from school and the current cultural debauchery. How any family man can support BS transvestite bathrooms.... it is ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willie99 View Post
    near 10 months later, and what do we have?

    1) None of the fears the left created have been realized, no surprise, they're wrong about everything

    2) The Russian Collusion narrative is becoming a bigger laughingstock every day, so much so that they're changing the narrative of that investigation too. The fucking idiots are sooooooo fucking stupid, they really don't understand the difference anyhow. They still think it's about Russian Collusion, their media still tells them Trump's in some sort of trouble, and they're still falling for the same lies over a year later

    Time just doing it's thing, proving them wrong, but ignorance is bliss and they're going to die not knowing how fucking stupid they are

    My favorite is observing the Left having meltdowns. Have to be careful though, they don't know how to control their angry emotions and when screaming at the sky isn't enough who knows what they might do next. It's disgusting really but laughable at the same time. I enjoy it. Sorta like DuhhBitch and his stupid little meltdowns in here, good stuff.
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