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Gah. I feel old.
Love the double guitar, the feathered hair, rainbow suspenders, etc.
I like mine. Taurus 85:
So, Trump likes to tweet. Left the little gem above on twitter yesterday. Presidential? No.
What MSM ignores most though, and won’t even mention, is that these two “mika and joe” characters have completely maligned and insulted Trump in the past, and recently.
And with no reason other then that they are leftist weirdos that are trying to get ratings.
And the media is nothing but aghast at Trumps tweet. On one hand, yes, it was beneath that office. On the other, as they say, those who throw stones…. .
What a buncha you know what. What does this?! Who does this?’
Mr. Montag: You’re a jerk. Plain and simple.
Oh, sorry, his page is down. What a wussy. Took down his contact info. No surprise there. No integ.
You, sir, need a stiff kick to the nuts. No wonder you were removed. Buh Bye.
At the present moment, we pay 29 dollars. Per day. For one.
And that has gone up, and up, and up, since ObamaCare was put in place.
That’s $1750 every two months.
Don’t you remember, Obama said “…if you like your current doctor, you can keep it”.
On one hand, the LAST thing I would do in N. Korea is try to steal something – Warmbier was apparently trying to take some polical sign from a hallway in his hotel some time ago, and was sentenced to 15 years hard labor.
On the other hand, this type of thing, as small as it seems, must have consequences for North Korea.
I have just now seen, well, everything.
Friday last Governor Scott signed legislation changing the burden on Florida’s stand your ground law.
Used to be, the Defense would have to show that one was using a firearm in self defense, either at trial, or usually at a pretrial hearing. That is, you would have to show that “…[you] reasonably believe[d] that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself, or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony.”
With this law, the State now has that burden. That is, instead of the Defendant being affirmatively required to prove that he, or she, “reasonably believed” the state now has to prove that they did not.
Some 24 states have a stand your ground defense. I am not aware of any that shift the burden. In fact, I think Florida is the first, which is significant.
Not something some saw coming with all the “collusion” going on. Blame the Russians.