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  1. The government told a lot of businesses who they had to deny entry to.
  2. When you lose your job for not getting vaccinated, that is effectively a mandate. And NYC/LA were barring people from places if they weren’t vaccinated.
  3. It has to be capped at some point. We can’t have the threat of the court being expanded when the president doesn’t like the way they rule.
  4. We need a constitutional amendment to cap the Supreme Court at 9 justices. I don’t want the court expanded. I’m saying that there are lunatics who want to add justices because things aren’t going their way. That failed under FDR.
  5. People like Elizabeth Warren have publicly advocated for adding six Justice to the Supreme Court. Crashing the economy wasn’t a goal either, yet the Republicans did that in 2008. As far as #1 goes, the Republicans say that someone can get an abortion somewhere else. Abortion should be legal, within reason, everywhere. People shouldn’t have to get vaccinated against COVID-19 if they don’t want to.
  6. There was some politician in Virginia who was prosecuted for adultery because of this.
  7. Mandating people get vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to participate in society, letting inflation get out of control (it’s higher than other developed countries), spending like drunken sailors, packing the Supreme Court (this I’m REALLY concerned about), going after the 2nd amendment (not Biden, but the fringe left wants to ban all guns), acting like wind and solar is viable as a material energy source, mask mandates, lots of stuff. I have plenty of criticism for Republicans as well. Their end goal is to ban abortion in this country. Also, they spend like drunken sailors. I don’t like how they refers to undocumented immigrants as “illegals”. I especially don’t like how they keep saying that the election was stolen. Both sides have some major issues that I’d be concerned about if they got their way. It’s a matter of sorting it all out and deciding which ones are worse than others.
  8. I feel tempted to do that, and I’m not a fan of what the Democrats are doing.
  9. Just reading and watching the past eras. Also from viewing the world through my personal lens.
  10. I’m not sure if I can explain it properly, but that wasn’t on the forefront of everybody’s minds day in and day out. The issues of today are very front and center. In certain respects, people of the past were a lot happier.
  11. The world that we live in today makes me want to cry tbh. I’m not sure if it’s a function of me getting older, the world turning for the worse, high functioning depression, or a combination of all three things.
  12. Why Donovan Williams wasn’t drafted is beyond me. Also, Jaden Hardy is Exhibit A as to why it’s stupid to skip college. He would’ve gone in the 1st round if he went to Kentucky.
  13. Rare that a team wins a championship without their best player being at least 27 years old. Stephen Curry was 27 when he won his first title. LeBron James was 27. Michael Jordan was 28. The times when it has happened, there is a secondary player who is.
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