PEACE ALERT -FREEDOM IS HERE- ON THE DAY THAT BIDEN IS SWORN IN, MY DEMOCRACRY GAVE TO ME, A PRESIDENT WHO ISN'T MEAN & ANGRY!!!!

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I guess you're not capable of protecting yourself. Sad.
I guess the 20M people who have gotten sick and the 346K people who died so that a restaurant owner could serve sloppy joe's, you could party hard at Sturgis, donald could dance all fall in front of his morons, Kimberly could scream "The Best is Yet to Come!!!!" were all not capable of protecting themselves. Nobody wants you to be inconvenienced or to have to think about anyone other than yourself. That's obviously socialism.
 

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Uh huh. Even with the higher taxes and all.
I knew what they were when I moved back so what's your point?

It's too bad you don't really care about small business owners just trying to survive, when it's taken significant data manipulation and lies by a democratic dictatorship to keep them from opening their doors.
 

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I guess the 20M people who have gotten sick and the 346K people who died so that a restaurant owner could serve sloppy joe's, you could party hard at Sturgis, donald could dance all fall in front of his morons, Kimberly could scream "The Best is Yet to Come!!!!" were all not capable of protecting themselves. Nobody wants you to be inconvenienced or to have to think about anyone other than yourself. That's obviously socialism.
Freedumb. You're forgetting about freedumb.
 

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In the long run I'd be happier in MN with a governor who's not a dictator.
We only want you to do the things that feel good to you, when you want to do them, where you want to do them and how you want to do them. That's how life works. Good lesson for your kids.
 

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I knew what they were when I moved back so what's your point?

It's too bad you don't really care about small business owners just trying to survive, when it's taken significant data manipulation and lies by a democratic dictatorship to keep them from opening their doors.
How about the Republican governors who have instituted COVID restrictions?

Dicatators? Tyrants?
 

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We only want you to do the things that feel good to you, when you want to do them, where you want to do them and how you want to do them. That's how life works. Good lesson for your kids.
Many immigrants come to this country for the american dream, to be able to own and operate their own businesses, and to escape dictatorship rule like we're seeing in MN. It's sad that you don't care about these people and only care about not getting the virus, which is easily within your own control.
 

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I was getting a nice, masked workout in at my gym.



I agree with most of what you wrote. I moved back to MN from SD a little over a year ago. I've basically split my life between the two states. It was great being back in MN for a few months until Covid hit.

I moved back because I love what Minneapolis was, a clean, low crime city, with professional sports teams, the Gophers, and plenty of great restaurants/entertainment to choose from. I also have many friends here and enjoy the outdoors. I've enjoyed my time in SD but theres more here that fits my lifestyle long term, despite the high taxes.

I'm now watching a tyrannical governor and AG destroy many of those things, and it makes me sad. Walz and Ellison are more interested in putting small business owners in jail, over cleaning up what's left of Minneapolis.

If things don't significantly improve this year, I may consider moving back to SD.
I think you should move back. Kristi absolutely has your best interests at heart. She has no ambition other than serving the people of SD and that has guided all of her covid public health decisions. She's not messing with the health of the citizens of SD by pandering to the national donald party. No way.
 

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I guess the 20M people who have gotten sick and the 346K people who died so that a restaurant owner could serve sloppy joe's, you could party hard at Sturgis, donald could dance all fall in front of his morons, Kimberly could scream "The Best is Yet to Come!!!!" were all not capable of protecting themselves. Nobody wants you to be inconvenienced or to have to think about anyone other than yourself. That's obviously socialism.
Restaurant owners, Sturgis, and Trump are the only ones to blame. There are no others. :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

Walz, Newsome, Cuomo and Evers nothing they could do.
 
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Many immigrants come to this country for the american dream, to be able to own and operate their own businesses, and to escape dictatorship rule like we're seeing in MN. It's sad that you don't care about these people and only care about not getting the virus, which is easily within your own control.
Yes, and any Minnesotans who feel they are living under a "dictatorship" here can be comforted in knowing that, unlike those foreign refugees you mentioned, they can easily and painlessly flee this "dictatorship". The borders between Minnesota and Free Dakota haven't been closed. You won't be arrested by border patrol people when you cross from Minnesota to Free Dakota.

This is one "dictatorship" that you can leave quite easily.
 
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Many immigrants come to this country for the american dream, to be able to own and operate their own businesses, and to escape dictatorship rule like we're seeing in MN. It's sad that you don't care about these people and only care about not getting the virus, which is easily within your own control.
This thing would have been almost over by now with much less pain, suffering and loss of life if everybody had pitched in and sacrificed. When half the country practices selfishness and proclaims it "freedom" it's just deadly foolishness. We don't want you to be inconvenienced. Party on.
 

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Which Republican governors have completely shutdown bars, restaurants, and gyms over the last month?
Wait a minute; I thought you were at your gym, just today?

None of the restaurants in my area are completely shut down. I ordered takeout just yesterday from the 5/8 Club.
 

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This thing would have been almost over by now with much less pain, suffering and loss of life if everybody had pitched in and sacrificed. When half the country practices selfishness and proclaims it "freedom" it's just deadly foolishness. We don't want you to be inconvenienced. Party on.
It's not about convenience. It's about politicizing a pandemic. They're just witlessly following their Orange Leader.
 

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Restaurant owners, Sturgis, and Trump are the only ones to blame. There are no others. :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

Walz, Newsome, Cuomo and Evers nothing they could do.
There are many others. Donald J Trump. Mike Pence. Every repub in the house and senate. Most repub govs. Scott Atlas. Azar. We can keep going.
 

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There are many others. Donald J Trump. Mike Pence. Every repub in the house and senate. Most repub govs. Scott Atlas. Azar. We can keep going.
Also, Pelosi, Schumer and every other Democratic in the House and Senate along with every single Democratic Governor throughout the country absolutely nothing they could do.
 

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In the long run I'd be happier in MN with a governor who's not a dictator.
You've already demonstrated you know nothing about private business operations.

Now you're showing you no nothing about government or politics.

Are you trying to be the dumbest person on the OTB?
 

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Like I said Walz, Newsome, Cuomo and Evers nothing they could do.

Also, Pelosi, Schumer and every other Democratic in the House and Senate along with every single Democratic Governor throughout the country absolutely nothing they could do.
We have recommendations from medical professionals, but masking, social distancing, etc. work best when we all pull together and cooperate for the greater good. If some MAGA idiots rampage maskless through the local Target in order to make a point or to "protest for Freedumb", it puts everyone there at risk. The same goes for vaccines; if some refuse to be vaccinated, we're all at greater risk.

Likewise, our form of government works best when the public good is the goal, rather than political point-scoring. Nancy Pelosi and the House can pass legislation — in the House — but it won't go anywhere once it reaches the Senate, if Moscow Mitch won't allow it to.

The CDC can and did make common sense recommendations that would have helped lessen the impact of COVID, but when Trump started tweeting some contrary, foolish nonsense the very same day, his red hat zombie-like followers certainly weren't going to take the CDC seriously.

 
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We have recommendations from medical professionals, but masking, social distancing, etc. work best when we all pull together and cooperate for the greater good. If some MAGA idiots rampage maskless through the local Target in order to make a point or to "protest for Freedumb", it puts everyone there at risk. The same goes for vaccines; if some refuse to be vaccinated, we're all at greater risk.

Likewise, our form of government; Nancy Pelosi and the House can pass legislation in the House, but if Moscow Mitch won't allow it, it won't go anywhere once it reaches the Senate.

The CDC can and did make common sense recommendations, but when Trump starts tweeting some contrary, foolish nonsense the very same day, his red hat zombie-like followers certainly aren't going to take the CDC seriously.

If some liberal idiots such as Pelosi, Newsome, Mayor Lightfoot and a number of other liberals don’t follow the very rules they imposed on others no one is going to take them seriously.
 

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If some liberal idiots such as Pelosi, Newsome, Mayor Lightfoot and a number of other liberals didn’t follow the very rules they imposed on others no one is certainly going to take them seriously.
On the contrary, I think many, many people are smart enough to see that the recommendations are good and sound, even if some people flaunt them. It doesn't really matter who those people flaunting the recommendations are, or which party they belong to; it doesn't change the fact that the recommendations themselves are quite good.

They work best when more people follow them; less well when fewer people do.
 

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We only want you to do the things that feel good to you, when you want to do them, where you want to do them and how you want to do them. That's how life works. Good lesson for your kids.

Paging Ms. Jackson -


 

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On the contrary, I think many, many people are smart enough to see that the recommendations are good and sound, even if some people flaunt them. It doesn't really matter who those people flaunting the recommendations are, or which party they belong to; it doesn't change the fact that the recommendations themselves are quite good.

They work best when more people follow them; less well when fewer people do.
I have no problem with the recommendations and agree that the majority of people have no problem with them.

There is plenty of blame to go around on both sides. Both sides politicized it from the beginning because of an election. Election is over and it’s still being politicized. Maybe it changes after Biden is sworn in but I have my doubts.
 

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I have no problem with the recommendations and agree that the majority of people have no problem with them.

There is plenty of blame to go around on both sides. Both sides politicized it from the beginning because of an election. Election is over and it’s still being politicized. Maybe it changes after Biden is sworn in but I have my doubts.
Thanks for posting this. I'm glad you don't have a problem with the recommendations, and I think you're right that the vast majority of Americans are in agreement with us on this.

I don't much care, at this point, about blame.

I do care about getting through this horrible time as best we can. We increase our chances of getting through it better and quicker — and reduce the destruction, sickness and death — if we all start acting sensibly. And yes, that probably means making some sacrifices. And it means attempting to act cooperatively. And it means looking past our own selfish interests and thinking of others, too.
 

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No, he said he went to the gym. Then a few posts later he claimed that the gyms were all closed by the Great Dictator Tim Walz.

I guess he must have broken in to the gym...
They were closed for a month up until a week ago. 4 months total this year.

Why do you hate small businesses so much?
 

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Thanks for posting this. I'm glad you don't have a problem with the recommendations, and I think you're right that the vast majority of Americans are in agreement with us on this.

I don't much care, at this point, about blame.

I do care about getting through this horrible time as best we can. We increase our chances of getting through it better and quicker — and reduce the destruction, sickness and death — if we all start acting sensibly. And yes, that probably means making some sacrifices. And it means attempting to act cooperatively. And it means looking past our own selfish interests and thinking of others, too.
Start acting sensibly? Make sacrifices? The majority has been doing this for 10 months. What is the metric for ending this? It changes after every new restriction.
 

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They were closed for a month up until a week ago. 4 months total this year.

Why do you hate small businesses so much?
That's how you can spot tyranny and totalitarianism: Your gym gets temporarily closed.

All us liberals hate small businesses, GWG. That's common knowledge. We learn to hate small businesses at an early age, in our secret red sash kindergartens. The "Hate Small Businesses Doctrine" was taught to me and my classmate/comrades by a female comrade wearing fatigues. I still remember her hairy legs and round wire rim glasses and bad breath.
 
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