David Ford

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Not sure I would classify them as "beliefs" but more a directive from their dear leaders and dear media heroes - most of whom are almost all vaccinated BTW.

Besides who are we to interfere with any "freedom lovin' 'Merican" who view patriotism as helping to thin their own herds...go…

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I would think that the nonsensical supernaturalism of religion would be an easier pill to swallow while high....

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That's exactly what the history of religion has shown us!

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sad but true...[beam]

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It's amazing the power of symbols. The counterclockwise swastika has been a part of Asian religions and countries from India to Japan for over 1500 years and translates as "good fortune" or well-being". Then the N*$# appropriated it with a twist and regardless of the form used it is now a…

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For centuries the "good book" and religion, or as I call it; supernaturalism, has been the driving force for suppression, the oppression of women and of course outright racism. Not just overtly blatant but also subtle and covertly.

I recommend the book "White Too Long" by Robert P. …

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Yes, but with his multiple personality disorder that may allow him (them) to keep up with the speed of the GQP's mind-numbing and constant hypocrisies....

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Yes, we can see that you are yelling with all caps which, in and of itself reduces your credibility to almost zero and non-factual. But the most egregious is that you misspelled Kool-Aid!!![cool]

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Excellent!

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Agreed. Milan lays it out very well. Those who benefit are those that need no help. But those owners always plead with the taxpayers to foot the bill for these projects with the "magic" word being "jobs" but that is clearly not the case as he points out here. Minimal jobs, low paying at t…

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