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    • Originally posted by BassAle View Post

      as a single earner, I wouldn't have gotten anything with the previous round of stimulus, but as a family with dependents, I still got around $700 (reduced from $1600) out of the $600 check stimulus.

      I thought it was dumb I was getting a stimulus check, because it literally made no difference in my life or spending habits. But now I'm annoyed we'll be left out of the $1400 checks :P
      (I was probably going to use it to subsidize a $20K solar panel install, but it's not like whatever reduced amount I got would make that much of a difference)
      Who is doing your solar install?
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      • Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
        Yep.

        We are terrified that if we use nukes the Nazis will use nukes.

        The Nazis will use nukes.
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        • Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
          ANd honestly, McConnell is probably the most reserved of the lot. Imagine if Cotton or Hawley get chosen as SML. They'll nuke the bridge twice just to be sure.
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          • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

            Yep.

            We are terrified that if we use nukes the Nazis will use nukes.

            The Nazis will use nukes.
            why didn't Mitch nuke the filibuster to kill the ACA? The only reason they lost McCain and Collins is because they had to do the "skinny repeal" through budget reconciliation, right? If they nuked the filibuster, they could have replaced the ACA with whatever ****ty plan they came up with and Collins and McCain would have voted for it.

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            • Originally posted by BassAle View Post

              If they nuked the filibuster, they could have replaced the ACA with whatever ****ty plan they came up with and Collins and McCain would have voted for it.
              Rs don't want to get near health care. If they'd had the brains and the stones to replace the ACA with something as good or better, they'd have done so in '17 and '18.

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              • Originally posted by BassAle View Post
                why didn't Mitch nuke the filibuster to kill the ACA?
                Same reason they won't overturn Roe. Because they want to fundraise on it forever.
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                • McConnell reportedly communicating with KY GOP over a state bill that would move power to appoint a mid-term replacement from the governor (currently a Dem) to the state executive committee of the party who held the Senate seat.

                  https://twitter.com/theintercept/sta...800062469?s=21
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                  • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
                    McConnell reportedly communicating with KY GOP over a state bill that would move power to appoint a mid-term replacement from the governor (currently a Dem) to the state executive committee of the party who held the Senate seat.

                    https://twitter.com/theintercept/sta...800062469?s=21
                    Um. Parties aren't in the Constitution. I'm pretty sure that's Unconstitutional.
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                    • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

                      Um. Parties aren't in the Constitution. I'm pretty sure that's Unconstitutional.
                      Mass did the same thing a few years ago after Baker was elected governor.
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                      Crosby probably wouldn't even be on BC's top two lines next year

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                      • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
                        McConnell reportedly communicating with KY GOP over a state bill that would move power to appoint a mid-term replacement from the governor (currently a Dem) to the state executive committee of the party who held the Senate seat.

                        https://twitter.com/theintercept/sta...800062469?s=21
                        I saw this a couple weeks ago. Not surprising. Although badass Beshear will veto it, only a simple majority is required to override governor’s vetoes in Kentucky.

                        Positives: McConnell might leave in 2022 if they don’t retake the Senate.

                        Negatives: Daniel Cameron versus Charles Booker won’t be an open seat battle should McConnell choose to retire. Not that Kentucky Democrats have much chance in federal election years anymore. The main reason we hold the Governor’s office is because 500,000 Republicans don’t bother to vote in odd-numbered election years.

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                        • Originally posted by Drew S. View Post

                          Mass did the same thing a few years ago after Baker was elected governor.
                          No, they didn’t.

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                          • Originally posted by Drew S. View Post

                            Mass did the same thing a few years ago after Baker was elected governor.
                            I am pretty sure you are wrong.

                            They may have redirected to the leg. They sure as sh-t didn't redirect to some party do-uchenozzle.
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                            • https://www.masslive.com/politics/20...-democrat.html

                              It actually didn't pass. I know they've talked about it at various points but I guess they have never followed through.
                              Originally posted by BobbyBrady
                              Crosby probably wouldn't even be on BC's top two lines next year

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                              • Originally posted by psych View Post

                                I saw this a couple weeks ago. Not surprising. Although badass Beshear will veto it, only a simple majority is required to override governor’s vetoes in Kentucky.

                                Positives: McConnell might leave in 2022 if they don’t retake the Senate.

                                Negatives: Daniel Cameron versus Charles Booker won’t be an open seat battle should McConnell choose to retire. Not that Kentucky Democrats have much chance in federal election years anymore. The main reason we hold the Governor’s office is because 500,000 Republicans don’t bother to vote in odd-numbered election years.
                                What’s the point of a veto if you can pass it a second time without ever needing to pick up additional votes?
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