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    I don't think Olympia Snowe flipping on one...

    I don't think Olympia Snowe flipping on one high-stakes vote is going to substantially change the narrative in the 2010s. The attitude expressed was that the ACA was a Republican plan taken whole...
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    Yeah, it's important to NOT confuse Biden's...

    Yeah, it's important to NOT confuse Biden's chances with Hillary's chances. Hillary had a small polling lead on election day, really within a typical polling error, and an error in one state implies...
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    I don't think I ever got the case for Susan Rice....

    I don't think I ever got the case for Susan Rice. Between the two, at least Kamala is actually a politician. Also, while she may be on the liberal side:
    1. Her "liberal" voting record is in part...
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    There are plenty of racists in America, and there...

    There are plenty of racists in America, and there are plenty of people who are WAY too comfortable with authoritarianism for my taste, but there's not many people who are going to sign on board for...
  5. HCQ shouldn't be a political battle, but in terms...

    HCQ shouldn't be a political battle, but in terms of the actual prescribing and treatment, it doesn't seem to be. Just ignore the media uproar around it, because that's more heat than light. It's...
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    Other than Richard Spencer, I don't even know who...

    Other than Richard Spencer, I don't even know who these guys are. The number of Nazis or anything close to Nazis is a vanishngly small segment of the population, well below the number of Americans...
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    If the conservatives marry themselves to the ACA,...

    If the conservatives marry themselves to the ACA, then all the unattractive policy choices required to make the ACA popular get foisted on the GOP. Who is making unions pay more for healthcare? The...
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    2010s GOP voters are not as racist as 1980s...

    2010s GOP voters are not as racist as 1980s Democrats voters, full stop. You really need to get over this delusion that the GOP is simply popular because it is racist. The GOP is popular because it...
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    You just referred to a huge section of the US as...

    You just referred to a huge section of the US as Nazis. Your counsel on reducing American's political division is noted and will be marked to value accordingly.
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    I think the biggest difference here is that Trump...

    I think the biggest difference here is that Trump posted a question on Twitter and Caesar led an army to occupy the capital.
    Also Caesar was INCREDIBLY popular with his only real opposition being...
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    Not really sure how you can say the GOP started...

    Not really sure how you can say the GOP started tanking in the 90s when the GOP was a minority congressional party until the 90s. Reagan may have won big elections, but those never translated into...
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    You guys are all educated, politically...

    You guys are all educated, politically interested, and on the right hand of the intelligence distribution. You make up like, 10% of the country. I guess I technically shouldn't assume on behalf of AR...
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    There's an employer side portion that does not...

    There's an employer side portion that does not typically appear on your stub, because it is not "technically" your portion. The tax incidence is probably yours, though.
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    I don't think this election is going to be...

    I don't think this election is going to be super-hard to predict. Biden has a decisive lead and he basically has to totally bungle something huge for Trump to even be competitive. This isn't 2016....
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    Most of us aren't getting back to work, and...

    Most of us aren't getting back to work, and aren't ever getting back to work, because we never stopped working. We obviously need expanded unemployment benefits because we're not going to get to full...
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    The majority of the economy either hasn't closed...

    The majority of the economy either hasn't closed or has reopened. Cases aren't going vertical in all states. Most states have been engaged in some form of reopening for the last 2 months. Last May...
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    If you disagree with the specifics of a liability...

    If you disagree with the specifics of a liability shield, that's all well and dandy, but exposing companies large and small to possibly trillions of dollars of downside risk for the next decade...
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    There is nothing insane about arguing for some...

    There is nothing insane about arguing for some sort of liability shield, structuring unemployment benefits so there is an incentive to return to work, and cutting employer-side payroll taxes (which...
  19. There's no evidence that 2003 SARS was infecting...

    There's no evidence that 2003 SARS was infecting huge chunks of the population. It was, as far as we could tell, an extremely deadly virus, that was difficult to transmit, and would typically...
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    Not sure how the political nonsense around Goya...

    Not sure how the political nonsense around Goya leads to any conclusion other than Americans deserving to be shat on.
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