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Amused to Death

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  1. When you're out in public, particularly indoors. All the cool people are doing it.
  2. You're getting away from my main point. States don't require an ID to vote by mail. Why should I need one to vote in person? If millions and millions of ballots have been cast by mail with nothing more than a signature, why should in-person be any different? ETA: All of the Trump's have been voting by mail (illegally, some might say) without showing an ID. Just a match of signatures and your vote counts.
  3. There's a lot of uncertainty and unknowns when dealing with a virus we've never seen before. That's the beauty of science though, our opinions and instructions change as more becomes known. Our knowledge today is much different than it was 3 or 4 months ago. Any face covering is recommended over no face covering.
  4. A recurrence of bone spurs, perhaps? Got him out of serving before.
  5. The President could also jump on the messaging bandwagon. I bet a lot of people would follow his lead.
  6. Wouldn't having a similar system on the national level be better than forcing people to obtain a voter ID be easier? It's no more open to fraud than the millions of mail-in ballots that have been cast yearly for decades.
  7. When I walk into my polling place, they have a book of all registered voters in my district. They look up my name, confirm my address, and watch me sign. Then match the signature to all the other times I've voted. If I wasn't registered, I'm not in the book. No ID required.
  8. Thank you. It seems the mail-in ballot has only a signature confirmation, much like my current in-person voting. No ID required, they just validate my signature. Millions of people in red states vote by mail, assuming with no further validation either. But for in-person voting, we're supposed to need additional ID?
  9. How does it work for mail-in ballots?
  10. Need to get started with the "Even if true what is the crime? You need an actual crime to ...". Gotta get the talking points in order. Everyone fall in line.
  11. Well, at least until the Trump administration is successful in dismantling it during a pandemic. How do you get health care coverage if you lose your job? From Fox News: If you don’t qualify for Medicaid, you may be eligible to get a plan through the Affordable Care Act marketplace. Individuals whose expected 2020 income falls between 100 percent and 400 percent of the federal poverty level (for individuals, that’s $12,490 to $49,960) can qualify for subsidies on their insurance premiums.
  12. You mean the man who dodged the draft has no respect for the military? The same guy who joked he always wanted a Purple Heart? That guy?