Recovering from supply chain disaster

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Yep, my point exactly!

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Says Mr. Woke while demanding life in the whitest county in the lower48 and voting for regressive taxes that take from POC more than anyone else, not to mention the freaking 95 crime bill and all the racist quips that have slipped out of Biden during accidental honesty and hot mics. Hypocrisy has become standard for those that can't get past Trump and understand the world they live in, great for growing those family trunks in white boy county. Please, please continue with the excuses, meager grasp of English and profound ignorance of history and Science. The voters will decide in time and evolution will come into play. Good luck...

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Mickey also supports fascist policies while insisting he’s anti-fascist. Leftists always seem to accuse others of what they are guilty of or doing! Gaslighting is their entire strategy now.

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I'm begin'ning to enjoy Chitta. The disinformation opinion, with narry a single link to prove the opinion, yet somehow it's expected to be taken seriously enough to be hurtful.

Okanogan is not the whitest county in the lower 48. 'The five large counties (with populations above 10,000) that are whitest are Lincoln County, West Virginia; Leslie County, Kentucky; Dickenson County, Virginia; Osage County, Missouri; and Lewis County, Kentucky. Each has a population that is just more than 98 percent non-Hispanic white'

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Ken, can you please list what you think fascist policies are? And maybe what Communism is? Your words.
I'm not going to argue with you, I really want to know.
The other thing is, I can't get a single person to tell me how Trump benefited them personally. This goes in another thread but thought I would get you thinking on it.
Thanks.
Yes, Rideback, Chitta is starting to make me laugh-at him, that's why I said he is so refreshing.

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Chitta: Trump grand tax plan turned out to be deadly to people of color not to mention what it did to the debt, which exploded.
https://publicintegrity.org/inequality- ... inorities/

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Fascism and communism are really parallel rails of the same tracks, totalitarianism. Controlling people and economies through taxation, regulation and bureaucracy are precisely the opposite goal of our government founding! The absolute least amount of government possible with it ONLY doing that which it’s authorized is my goal and ensures the greatest freedom for all, of course that requires far greater responsibility by the individual (something greatly lacking in our current society-by design?)

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Ken didn't answer the question because he doesn't know what communism or fascism is. He is partially correct in that both communism and fascism are totalitarian ideologies.

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Webster's dictionary does a great job of defining it in a concise way. Then gives links for further discussions and definitions.
Check it out.

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You ask me for my words then slam me as “not answering” or say I must use Webster’s definition. If not for double standards you leftists have no standards at all!

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Wait a minute. I didn't slam you as I said I didn't want to argue. And I, for myself and for the knowledge that others might want to investigate, I referred all, not just you, to Websters. They say it better than I can.
"often capitalized : a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition".
You can have your definition if you want to and I am glad you used your own words.

"Controlling people and economies through taxation, regulation and bureaucracy are precisely the opposite goal of our government founding! The absolute least amount of government possible with it ONLY doing that which it’s authorized is my goal and ensures the greatest freedom for all, of course that requires far greater responsibility by the individual (something greatly lacking in our current society-by design?)".

Fascism takes what you say a step, a nasty step further. Fasism is alot of government by one person. Trump may have been joking but he said, how about leader for life? He liked the idea. The mandates may have presented severe economic and social regimentation to you, but it is nothing like living under Fascism.
So much for me trying to have a non hostile discussion with you. But you do it every time. You come back hostile and angry.
And sometimes hateful. You must be very unhappy. I suggest getting out and walking over the land. That'll heal ya.

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Have you ever considered how frustrating you are to me? I once again take you at face value when you ask for my position and words on a subject, you disregard what I say and move the goalposts to websters definition (which is clearly a set-up for political ‘right-wing’ slamming) and then say how argumentative I am! ‘Physician heal thyself!’

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Why is it so difficult for you to understand that I agree with Websters and those would be my words. Well, maybe we should look at another dictionary or another site that defines fascism. Or maybe even an expert on it. You are not and I am not. Does anyone know of a primarily right wing dictionary I can use? Obviously fascism means totally different things to us.
I only know, we don't want it. We've gotten off the supply chain issue.
Have you ever considered how frustrating you are to most people on this BB, except maybe dear Chitta.
You are argumentative on almost all your posts and defensive. Go back and review them. You think you are under attack but you bring it on yourself.
Done with you.

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But you asked for MY words and said you didn’t want to argue (and then proceeded to do exactly that!) I thought my simplistic explanation would be a opportunity for us to agree but you changed the game. You may have more people who support your POV here but without arguments that sway me I will push back because I don’t think you’re considering a fuller or higher priority view of these problems. You are trying to get me to see it your way and I am trying to get you to see it my way, that’s how this works.

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If you reread the posts, I did not point out that you did not know what fascism or communism is. Do you think I am two different people? Pay attention to who signs the posts. I repeat, I did not "slam" you. Someone else did.
Then you get all insulted that I said the dictionary, I guess a left leaning dictionary, gave a great definition, better words than I could use.
Your simplisitc explanation was a start. But then I guess I went and got it a little more complicated, which it is.
I see with you, as you lash out, that you bring up almost everytime, mentioning how people are slamming the right wing, while you at the same time are enjoying slamming the left wing.
We might have been able to have a good discussion, but almost always, I repeat, you lash out.
I am not really trying to get you to see it my way. I was just stating a fact and the facts don't sit well with you, so you argue against them. And so yeah, then it ends up not being about the subject at all, with you on the attack.
Again look at who signs the posts.

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dorankj wrote: Sun Mar 13, 2022 8:49 pm

Have you ever considered how frustrating you are to me?

Conservatives in 2022, in a nutshell.

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When it comes to Biden and his crime family you leftists have your heads in a far darker hole (can’t show the pictures here)! I’ll take the sand "Unsavory acronym".

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The global supply chain of food is endangered

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Mickey M. wrote: Mon Mar 14, 2022 9:28 am

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And do you think I support Joe Biden 100%? Biden screwed up big time when he suggested he wouldn't take action against Russia if there was a limited incursion into Ukraine. So yea, Biden shares some of the responsibility for the mess that Trump got us into.

When it comes to dictators and would-be dictators, appeasement simply doesn't work.
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True, but it isn't clear exactly what would work when that dictator has over 6000 nuclear weapons.

Heartless as it is, I don't see us sacrificing Chicago to save Kiev. I actually don't even see that working in any way that would help anyone in Kiev or Chicago.

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Our supply chain disaster is about to get a whole lot worse

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