China Joe Decides It’s A Good Idea To Threaten Those Who Aren’t Vaccinated

Now, you certainly heard by now about the CDC saying that the fully vaccinated can ditch the mask indoors except in times of crowds, though they don’t really explain what they mean. Is that when you’re in the supermarket with normal capacity? Or only when it is 2am? Also, what does this mean for those who have the antibodies after having COVID? Are they covered? Anyhow, Donald Trump had a lot of Mean Tweets. I don’t remember any that were threatening, at least to American citizens he was elected to serve

(Fox News) President Biden received backlash on social media Thursday over a tweet that some users saw as a thinly veiled ultimatum when it comes to receiving a COVID-19 jab.

Biden, who addressed the media in the Rose Garden earlier Thursday, announced that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its mask guidance for fully vaccinated Americans. The guidance allows those vaccinated to go mask-free in outdoor and most indoor settings. The president called it “a great day for America.”

Biden’s official Twitter account later posted, “The rule is now simple: get vaccinated or wear a mask until you do. The choice is yours.”

There are plenty more replies at Twitchy. Now, had Trump sent this tweet, the Democrats would be threatening to impeach him yet again, as this is rather dictator-like. As Jazz notes later in the conversation after I noted that it is threatening, it is literal blackmail.

The tweet also raised questions about children who don’t have the approval to receive the vaccines. Dana Hull, a Bloomberg reporter, tweeted, “Really hard for parents who have kids under 12 to square this.”

Yeah, that would be rather difficult. And, how much do masks really work? I’d rather you keep your distance and not touch me. Though, I have no problem with a mask in big crowds, even as an attempt to keep people from giving me a cold or the flu. Joe was elected (maybe) president, not dictator.

And, while the GOP would never have the cajones to threaten impeachment (not that they could, either, not being the minority in the House), they did use an old Democrat and both sides blogging/pundit trick and Questioned The Timing

Republican lawmakers questioned the timing of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s decision to ease indoor mask requirements on Thursday as the Biden administration contends with crises on several fronts.

Biden faced intense pressure this week from lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle who called for decisive action amid escalating military clashes between Israel and Hamas, a ransomware attack that crippled the largest fuel supplier on the Eastern Seaboard, and concerns about inflation that weighed on the stock market.

The CDC’s announcement led some Republicans, including Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., to question what prompted the sudden shift in guidance.

“While the new mask guidance is encouraging, the CDC and my Far Radical Left colleagues only chose to do this to distract from the consequences of catastrophic policy decisions that have been heard around the world,” said Biggs, chairman of the House Freedom Caucus. “Inflation is rising, the Middle East is in shambles, the working class can’t fill up their gas tanks, our border is being overrun and the Biden Administration’s leadership is nowhere to be found.”

It’s nice to see that some Republicans are engaging in Politics 101. Right side bloggers/pundits did this a lot during the Obama admin, and Democrat politicians and bloggers/pundits did this a lot during the Bush years, and some during Trump years. But, here, it could be true. And, it could be an attempt to get things going again, because the China Joe admin sees that the economy is being held up by cracked glass.

The thing is, it’s all about being careful. The chances of you dying are low, but, if you get COVID you could get it and just feel like a regular cold, or you could get it really bad, and feel like someone ran you over, and feel like this for a long time, with lots of feeling like crap for months. That should have been the message, not do this, do that, “we’ll make you do this”, and not threatening tweets.

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EPA Cultmongers That US Has Entered Unprecedented Climate Territory Or Something

Gotta keep that power and funding going, rather than focusing on actual, real environmental issues. Hey, perhaps something like the Flint water crisis could have been avoided, eh?

U.S. has entered unprecedented climate territory, EPA warns

For years, President Donald Trump and his deputies played down the impact of greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuels and delayed the release of an Environmental Protection Agency report detailing climate-related damage. But on Wednesday, the EPA released a detailed and disturbing account of the startling changes that Earth’s warming had on parts of the United States during Trump’s presidency.

Good grief, Trump was in office for just 4 years. What did China Joe and Barack do, other than climavirtue signal?

The destruction of year-round permafrost in Alaska, loss of winter ice on the Great Lakes and spike in summer heat waves in U.S. cities all signal that climate change is intensifying, the EPA said in its report. The assessment, which languished under the Trump administration for three years, marks the first time the agency has said such changes are being driven at least in part by human-caused global warming.

As it launched an updated webpage to inform the public on how climate change is upending communities throughout the country, the Biden administration gave the agency’s imprimatur to a growing body of evidence that climate effects are happening faster and becoming more extreme than when EPA last published its “Climate Indicators” data in 2016.

EPA Administrator Michael Regan said he wants to make clear to the entire country the dangers of rising temperatures in the United States.

“We want to reach people in every corner of this country because there is no small town, big city or rural community that’s unaffected by the climate crisis,” Regan told reporters Wednesday. “Americans are seeing and feeling the impacts up close with increasing regularity.”

EPA staffers said the data detail how the nation has entered unprecedented territory, in which climate effects are more visible, changing faster and becoming more extreme. Collectively, the indicators present “multiple lines of evidence that climate change is occurring now and here in the U.S., affecting public health and the environment,” the agency said.

Who would have thought that the climate would change? That’s never happened over the previous 4.5 billion years, right? Sure, that’s sarcastic as hell, but, when deal with cult members, do they deserve a rational reply? And how do they know this is unprecedented territory? Do they have actual, direct measurements of what occurred during the previous Holocene warm periods, just to shorten the time period? This is nothing more than scaremongering from people who refuse to give up their own use of fossil fuels and make their lives Net Zero, while attempting to slap more government restrictions on your life and take more of your money.

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If All You See…

…are horrible fossil fueled vehicles, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is 357 Magnum, with a post on keeping violent felons in jail being unfair.

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Growing Inflation Is Biden’s Tax On Americans

But, hey, no more mean tweets, right?

Growing inflation is Biden’s hidden tax on working Americans

The sharpest tax President Biden is levying upon Americans is one that was never passed by Congress, promised from the White House, or voted on by citizens at the ballot box. The invisible tax of rising inflation will do far more to harm working and middle-class Americans than Biden’s proposed tax hikes. The trillions of dollars in congressional spending and money printing from the Federal Reserve is already having a dramatic effect on the price of ordinary goods. Inflation has reached its highest point in years, and will likely reach the highest in two generations.

Over the past year, food prices are up 3.5 percent, with eggs and meat up by over 5 percent; gas is up 22 percent and is expected to get even higher by this summer; lumber is up 250 percent; new home prices are up $36,000, with overall housing up 11 percent; and new cars are up 9 percent, the highest in 68 years. In April, 13 percent of new car buyers paid more than the sticker price. Other goods — from household items, baby care and general merchandise — are already up between 5.2 and 7.2 percent from this time last year. The cost of eating out shot up by 3.7 percent over the past year, and some takeout specials such as chicken wings have nearly doubled. Coffee futures are up 24 percent since October. Even growing your own food has surged in price, with the cost of seeds and potted plants jumping by 10.5 percent.

Feeding the problem is the sharp price increase in commodities vital to our basic needs. Microchip prices are up by 25 percent over the last year, hiking the price of items from phones to televisions to car parts. Meanwhile, increased corn prices will further impact a variety of food products. Corn prices have nearly doubled since the start of the pandemic and reached a 13-year high. Along with corn, food prices are buoyed by a 59 percent increase in pork, 23 percent spike in soybean costs, and 21 percent increase in wheat prices. Whatever increase we’ve seen in grocery and restaurant bills will only accelerate as the trend continues.

Put it all together, and consumer prices are the highest they’ve been in eight and a half years. Economists now not only see the risk of inflation “higher than in the last two decades,” but the distinct risk of the Federal Reserve having to increase interest rates by the end of 2022.

In fairness, many of these things have nothing to do with Joe Biden. Or Donald Trump. The blame should be laid at China’s foot, because they were screwing around biological research on a virus. Neither Trump nor Biden had/have any control over people holding onto their cars, leading to a dearth of used, which makes used almost as expensive as new, and don’t expect negotiation. Neither of them raise chickens, leading to a shortage. You can blame lots of politicians, mostly Democrats, for their lockdowns and keeping businesses that make stuff and grow stuff shut. Perhaps the whole “essential worker” paradigm was skewed, since most are essential. Except government workers. A goodly chunk are superfluous.

But, this is politics, so, it’s Biden’s fault. You know they would be 100% blaming Trump. So, 100% Biden’s fault.

The second means of inflation comes through massive government spending. Between several “emergency” measures hastily passed under the guise of pandemic relief and President Biden’s massive new spending plans, we are looking at the potential for 1970s economic stagflation. Biden wants to spend nearly $2 trillion on a misleadingly-named “infrastructure” bill and $1.8 trillion in new social spending. Combined with the already-passed 2021 COVID-19 relief package, this spending will total $6 trillion — more than double the entire federal budget before the Great Recession. As if these large spending plans aren’t enough, the president requested a 16 percent increase in domestic spending in next year’s budget. Is he offsetting the increased social spending with cuts to the military? Nope — the proposed Pentagon budget is up by 1.5 percent.

Nor does the China Joe admin seem concerned about inflation in the least.

However, the reality does not match the White House’s rosy projections. Americans’ savings rates sharply increased after the government distributed $3,200 in direct stimulus payments, plus generous unemployment bonuses that reduced the available labor pool. Much of this saved and printed money will soon manifest in the economy in a frenzy of post-pandemic consumer spending. In short, there is far too much money out there chasing an increasingly limited supply of goods, whether it be food, cars, gasoline, houses or more. This is nearly the textbook definition of inflation.

New car dealers are getting about a third of their normal allotment. Some less. Anything that uses a computer chip will be in short supply for a while. Expect sales on products like TVs, computers, tablets, and so forth to be limited. Same with specials on food products and clothes. Have you tried to buy pants recently? I told you about my experience buying a computer. Well, need some warm weather pants, and, there’s little in stock. Going to have to order from Amazon. We’ve been told that “the buck stops here” when it’s a Republican in office, so, this is all China Joe’s fault.

Global stock markets sink as inflation worries mount

Stock markets in London and Tokyo tumbled 2.5% on Thursday and U.S. futures were lower after a jump in American consumer prices fueled worries inflation might drag on an economic recovery.

Shanghai, Frankfurt and Hong Kong also declined for a second day, following Wall Street lower.

Overnight, Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 index recorded its biggest one-day drop in three months after U.S. prices, exceeding forecasts, rose in April at their fastest year-on-year pace in 13 years.

Thanks, Joe!

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You Do Know That The Cicadas Forshadow A World Of Insect Swarms From Climate Crisis (scam), Right?

The cicadas come every 17 years. But, the Cult of Climastrology has now hijacked this perfectly natural occurrence for their own doomsday purposes, as seen in Axios

The cicadas are foreshadowing our future with more — and more dangerous — insect swarms

Trillions of Brood X cicadas are now emerging throughout parts of the mid-Atlantic and Midwestern U.S.

Why it matters: Most immediately, because they can be as loud as a Metallica show when they’re singing in concert.

But the behavior of cicadas will provide important clues to how climate change and human influence are altering the environment, and preview a future where some insects — including many of the species that most threaten us — could swarm in ever greater numbers.

By the numbers: As soil temperatures 8 inches underground reach 64°F, it will signal to cicadas of Brood X that it is time to end their 17 years underground and burst through the forest floors and suburban lawns of their native territory. (snip through information on cicadas, especially that they are not dangerous in the least)

The big picture: Climate change and habitat loss have already been implicated in the decline of countless other insects, from wild bees to monarch butterflies to certain kinds of moths. But other insect species will thrive in a warmer world — to the detriment of the rest of us.

So, this happens every 17 years, this has been happening for a long, long time (some scientists think this goes back deep into the last ice age), but, Climate Emergency! Why? If you’re asking you must be a Denier, and should have your voice shut down. Just join the cult!

See, we learn about honeybees, which love warm weather, but, are doomed from warm weather because shut up, you Denier! It couldn’t possibly be due to actual pollutants and land use. Shut up.

Suburban development in partially forested areas — as well as climate change — is increasing the threat from tick-borne diseases, with the number of counties in the Northeast and upper Midwest considered at high risk of Lyme disease increasing by more than 300% between 1992 and 2012.

So, mostly suburban development, not a tiny 1.5F increase in global temps since 1850. But, don’t say that you Denier! Heresy!

The catch: Connecting climate change to insect-borne disease is tricky, in part because rising incidences of diseases like Lyme likely also reflect greater awareness and more meticulous tracking.

But, they still will. They just did. Cicadas have zero to do with climate change, whether natural, anthropogenic, or some combination. Yet, they went down this doomsaying cult road.

The bottom line: Cicadas are a loud, if temporary nuisance, but more dangerous bugs aren’t going anywhere.

If that’s the bottom line, then why all the cultish doomsaying?

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NY Times: Hey, The U.S. Can Control Israel With Our Tax Dollar Support

This is normal for Liberals: some sort of Palestinian group launches attacks on Israeli civilians, intentionally trying to kill them, and, if Israel responds (usually in a very measured way, working hard to reduce civilian deaths), they are blamed. Why? Because Leftists hate Israel and Jews. Say it for what it is. The NY Times runs this by Nicholas Kristoff, showing the US can influence Israel with our tax dollar support. But not Hamas

What Your Taxes Are Paying For in Israel

Saying Hamas must pay a “very heavy price” for belligerence, Israeli bombs destroyed a 13-story apartment building in Gaza that had a Hamas presence. And saying Israel “ignited fire” and is “responsible for the consequences,” Hamas launched more rockets at Israel.

Not mentioned is that Israel warned them before doing so, telling the civilians to get out, and that Hamas controlled multiple  floors for their terrorist operations. So, we start out with a lie by omission

We’re now seeing the worst fighting in seven years between Israelis and Palestinians, and again a basic pattern asserts itself: When missiles are flying, hard-liners on each side are ascendant. Civilians die, but extremists on one side empower those on the other.

So, not since the last time China Joe was in an elected position. Under Trump they worked towards peace.

The recent fighting was prompted in part by Israel’s latest land grab in East Jerusalem, part of a pattern of unequal treatment of Palestinians. Two prominent human rights organizations this year issued reports likening Israel’s treatment of Palestinians to apartheid. One group, B’Tselem, described a “regime of Jewish supremacy” and concluded, “This is apartheid.” Human Rights Watch published a 224-page report declaring that Israeli conduct in some areas amounts to “crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution.”

Of course this is being blamed on Israel and those extremist Jews. Certainly can’t blame the terrorists who want to kill all the Jews and wipe Israel off the map, right? And then the folks who Blame Israel get upset when you call them Jew haters.

It’s also true that Hamas not only attacks Israeli civilians but also oppresses its own people. But as American taxpayers, we don’t have much influence over Hamas, while we do have influence over Israel and we provide several billion dollars a year in military assistance to a rich country and thus subsidize bombings of Palestinians.

Oh, thanks for that sop about Hamas, but, sure, let’s try and influence just Israel.

Why won’t Israelis let themselves be killed?
The global woke loathing for Israel is taking an even darker turn.

Two weeks ago Turkish forces launched a military assault in the Duhok region of Iraqi Kurdistan. Villagers were forced to ‘flee in terror’ from raining bombs. It was only the latest bombardment of the beleaguered Kurds by Turkey, NATO member and Western ally. It did not trend online. There were no noisy protests in London or New York. The Turks weren’t talked about in woke circles as crazed, bloodthirsty killers. Tweeters didn’t dream out loud about Turks burning in hell. The Onion didn’t do any close-to-the-bone satire about how Turkish soldiers just love killing children. No, the Duhok attack passed pretty much without comment.

But when Israel engages in military action, that’s a different story. Always. Every time. Anti-Israel fury in the West has intensified to an extraordinary degree following an escalation of violence in the Middle East in recent days. Protests were instant and inflammatory. Israeli flags were burned on the streets of London. Social media was awash with condemnation. ‘IDF Soldier Recounts Harrowing, Heroic War Story Of Killing 8-Month-Old Child’, tweeted The Onion, to tens of thousands of likes. Israel must be boycotted, isolated, cast out of the international community, leftists cried. Western politicians, including Keir Starmer, rushed to pass judgement. ‘What’s the difference?’, said a placard at a march in Washington, DC showing the Israeli flag next to the Nazi flag. The Jews are the Nazis now, you see. Ironic, isn’t it?

This is the question anti-Israel campaigners have never been able to answer: why do they treat Israel so differently to every other nation on Earth? Why is it child-killing bloodlust when Israel takes military action but not when Turkey or India do? Why must we rush to the streets to set light to the Israel flag but never the Saudi flag, despite Saudi Arabia’s unconscionable war on Yemen? Why is it only ‘wrong’ or at worst ‘horrific’ when Britain or America drop bombs in the Middle East but Nazism when Israel fires missiles into Gaza? Why do you merely oppose the military action of some states but you hate Israel, viscerally, publicly, loudly?

Brendan O’Neill never quite gets there in his very good piece, namely, these people hate Jews and Israel. That’s it.

No other nation would be expected not to respond either to internal disarray – Hamas supporters have rioted in parts of Jerusalem and around Al-Aqsa Mosque – or to foreign attack. Imagine if the Isle of Wight was home to a movement whose founding constitution expressed loathing for all ethnic Britons and which regularly fired hundreds of missiles into Sussex, Kent, Hampshire. Wouldn’t the British military respond? Of course it would. But the woke demonisation of Israel is now so acute that Israel is expected to take the military assaults of the radical Islamists to its south. To Western activists who find the very existence of Israel abhorrent, any effort Israel makes to protect its borders or its citizens is an affront to global peace and decency. They cannot understand why Israel doesn’t hate itself as much as they hate it, and therefore will not allow itself to be punished by its righteous enemies. How dare you live?

The NY Times, and so many other Credentialed Media outlets simply want Israel to let itself be attacked.

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Bummer: Moving To EVs Could Threaten US Union Jobs

Perhaps the union workers should consider the policies of the politicians they back. Sure, it’s nice that they get the money, but, how much do you actually make when you’re out of a job?

Shift to electric vehicles poses threat to US union jobs

unintended consequencesOn the outskirts of Normal, Illinois, sits a factory that exemplifies the challenges facing the US labour movement as the car industry steers toward electrification.

A former Mitsubishi plant, next month electric vehicle start-up Rivian will begin manufacturing pick-up trucks and sport utility vehicles there. It will employ 1,800 by next month, with plans to scale up to 2,500 by the end of the year.

Mitsubishi closed the plant in 2015, laying off a unionised workforce that was 4,000 strong at its peak around the turn of the century. Rivian bought the factory for $16m from a liquidator and will be launching its first products from there.

But the factory, even though it employs some of the same workers, is no longer a union shop, and the situation in Normal illustrates the changing dynamics in the US car industry.

Electric vehicles are recognised as the undisputed future of the industry. Ford and General Motors are pouring billions into plans to build EVs as they compete against Tesla, which has become the dominant US electric vehicle maker.

The US car industry is foundational to American manufacturing, employing nearly 390,000 at vehicle manufacturers and another 539,000 in the supply chain.

But electric vehicles raise the possibility of job losses for assembly workers and the automotive supply chain. EVs require fewer components overall, which means they require fewer people to make the parts and assemble the vehicles.

And many of the jobs will not be union jobs, and if they try and play games, the plant can just move. But, anyhow, those who do still have a job will have the pleasure of producing vehicles they can’t really afford, which will just be toys for the rich. The workers can hang with all the Fight for $15 folks who were replaced by machines

The need for lithium to power America’s electric cars may result in the extinction of a species

Electric vehicles, which can’t operate without lithium, are a “cornerstone” of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan. Likewise, a plant discovered in Nevada thrives on poor soil full of boron and lithium, and can’t exist anywhere else in the world. But, will the push for “environmentally friendly” electric vehicles drive the plant to extinction?

According to a report by CNN Business, less than 40 years ago Tiehm’s buckwheat, a yellow-flowered plant was discovered in Nevada. Botanists are impressed with the plant’s ability to thrive where few species can, in poor soil that’s full of boron and lithium. However, 146.5 million metric tons of lithium and boron, valued at $1.265 billion, lie under the barren soils, home to Tiehm’s buckwheat.

Environmentalists say the benefits of the yet-to-be-studied plant could be extensive, but are as yet unknown. But, they say, what is known is the importance of guarding Tiehm’s buckwheat to preserve biodiversity on Earth, the report noted.

This reminds me of how Warmists love them some solar power plants, but refuse to allow the transmission lines because it could cause environmental problems.

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If All You See…

…are wonderful train tracks for trains which Everyone Else should have to take, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Flopping Aces, with a post on border security for dummies.

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Woman Accuses Six Flags Oklahoma Of Body Shaming And Being Mean

Why is Six Flags so mean to a mom just trying to have a good day at the park?

COP ALLEGEDLY CONFRONTS WOMAN OVER HER SHORTS IN TIKTOK VIDEO

A woman is claiming that a cop at Six Flags confronted her over the length of her shorts in front of her 11-year-old daughter.

Unfortunately, public debate over women’s clothes is nothing new to the news cycle. Recently, a TikTok went viral after a young woman claimed a mom pressured her to leave a beach because she was wearing a bikini. Earlier in March, another TikTok went viral after a woman accused her neighbor of calling the police over her outfit.

Now, another woman is stepping forward with a similar event that she captured on film.

Bailey Breedlove took to Facebook on May 2 to claim that she and her family were visiting a Six Flags amusement park in Oklahoma City when her 11-year-old daughter was stopped by an officer for rolling down a hill with her Heelys — a brand of skate shoe with a removable wheel embedded in the sole.

Then, the officer allegedly turned her attention to Breedlove’s outfit.

“[The officer] proceeded to follow me and grabbed my arm to turn me around and proceeded to tell me my shorts were ‘too short,’” Breedlove wrote on Facebook. “I committed no crime and proceeded to walk to my boyfriend as I am autistic and have a hard time talking to officers. She followed me yelling and calling for backup.” (snip)

Ultimately, Breedlove said her family decided to leave the park. However, the officer then allegedly pulled out handcuffs and asked Breedlove for her ID. It was at this moment that a family member decided to start filming the interaction, which Breedlove uploaded to both Facebook and TikTok. Her video on TikTok has reached over 2 million views.

Go check the video out at the links. And this link has her showing off her shorts.

But, this is 2021, where news outlets do not wait for all the information, and everyone tries to portray themselves as the victim. And today we get

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French Look To Encode Climate Crisis (scam) In Their Constitution

What could possibly go wrong with this?

France Senate amends constitutional bill on climate change and biodiversity

The French Senate on Monday voted to amend a government-sponsored bill proposed by President Emmanuel Macron to fight climate change and preserve biodiversity.

The climate bill seeks to change the constitution to state that France “guarantees environmental protection and biological diversity, and combats climate change.” That key phrase originated as a result of a recommendation from a convention of 150 randomly-selected citizens last year.

The National Assembly overwhelmingly voted in favor of the initiative in March.

The Republican-controlled Senate, however, voted to remove the key term “guarantee” from the phrase, citing concerns that the word implies environmental concerns would take precedence over other constitutional obligations.

Instead, the Senate approved a text saying that France “preserves the environment as well as biodiversity and acts against climate change under the conditions laid down in the Environment Charter of 2004.”

Pulling “guarantee” out was a pretty big deal, but, it won’t protect the citizens from a huge jump in government control of their money, their lives, and their freedom if the amendment passes. French citizens should be thinking very hard about the implications of giving their government, which already has lots and lots of power, even more. Haven’t they had revolutions over that kind of governmental authority?

If passed, the bill would codify French domestic policies regarding green commitments in the fight against climate change by setting legal limits to advertising by fossil fuel companies and mandating “sustainability scores” on food packaging, among other things.

And French citizens will soon wonder why their cost of living has skyrocketed, why they’re paying even more taxes, why government is telling them even more how they can and will live their lives. How’s that saying go “the road to Hell is paved with good intentions”?

In order to pass, three-fifths of the citizens vote for the amendment, which must be agreed upon by the Senate and the National Assembly, once those government bodies agree on the wording. I guess we’ll see if all those citizens will vote against their freedom.

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