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Posted: Apr 17, 2022 - 12:47pm

 Red_Dragon wrote:


Seems that every time an actual incident of voter fraud is discovered, it's been committed by a Republican.


Sounds like TX Republicans have created their own Mexican firing squad...
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Posted: Apr 17, 2022 - 9:52am

legend has it that manbird was once ticketed in marfa, texas
violation: belt buckle too small for jesus!



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Posted: Apr 16, 2022 - 4:21pm

Thanks, Greg!
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Posted: Jan 20, 2022 - 7:09am

 Proclivities wrote:
Texas' GOP attorney general tells Steve Bannon podcast 'we're done if anybody can vote' after court ruling

A Texas court ruling has prompted the state’s Republican attorney general to admit that the party is “done in Texas” electorally if anyone can now vote.
The comments come from Ken Paxton, who is currently embroiled in a number of controversies relating to his office's investigation into possible voter fraud.
Mr Paxton’s comments come after a Court of Appeals decision which will effectively strip him of the authority to prosecute “voter fraud”, with that now exclusively the job of local DAs.
Since there is no appeal process, all he can do now is ask for a rehearing. Speaking on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast, the AG confessed that the judicial decision could have a big impact on the outcome of Texan elections in years to come.
“We’re done in Texas if anybody can vote,” Mr Paxton bemoaned. “By this November, if we (the GOP) don't get this changed, I think it's very likely we could lose five members of the Texas Supreme Court, we could lose my position, we could lose Governor.”
Donald Trump’s former’s chief strategist then asked Mr Paxton how the ruling happened, to which he replied: “It came as a surprise to me, to my staff, we just thought this was a joke...and the timing is clearly planned.”
The Court of Appeals ruling is notable for the fact that it was made by an all-Republican court, which would seem to invalidate the 62-year-old’s inference that it was a politically motivated decision.
Mr Paxton’s unrelenting search for evidence of voter fraud is well documented. The Houston Chronicle claims that he has spent $2.2m since the 2020 Presidential election looking for evidence of foul play.
While no such evidence has been unearthed, accusations of wrong-doing on the part of Mr Paxton have surfaced. As MSNBC writes: “If there were a competition for the most scandal-plagued elected official in the United States, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton would likely be leading the pack.”


Seems that every time an actual incident of voter fraud is discovered, it's been committed by a Republican.
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Posted: Jan 20, 2022 - 6:53am

Texas' GOP attorney general tells Steve Bannon podcast 'we're done if anybody can vote' after court ruling

A Texas court ruling has prompted the state’s Republican attorney general to admit that the party is “done in Texas” electorally if anyone can now vote.
The comments come from Ken Paxton, who is currently embroiled in a number of controversies relating to his office's investigation into possible voter fraud.
Mr Paxton’s comments come after a Court of Appeals decision which will effectively strip him of the authority to prosecute “voter fraud”, with that now exclusively the job of local DAs.
Since there is no appeal process, all he can do now is ask for a rehearing. Speaking on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast, the AG confessed that the judicial decision could have a big impact on the outcome of Texan elections in years to come.
“We’re done in Texas if anybody can vote,” Mr Paxton bemoaned. “By this November, if we (the GOP) don't get this changed, I think it's very likely we could lose five members of the Texas Supreme Court, we could lose my position, we could lose Governor.”
Donald Trump’s former’s chief strategist then asked Mr Paxton how the ruling happened, to which he replied: “It came as a surprise to me, to my staff, we just thought this was a joke...and the timing is clearly planned.”
The Court of Appeals ruling is notable for the fact that it was made by an all-Republican court, which would seem to invalidate the 62-year-old’s inference that it was a politically motivated decision.
Mr Paxton’s unrelenting search for evidence of voter fraud is well documented. The Houston Chronicle claims that he has spent $2.2m since the 2020 Presidential election looking for evidence of foul play.
While no such evidence has been unearthed, accusations of wrong-doing on the part of Mr Paxton have surfaced. As MSNBC writes: “If there were a competition for the most scandal-plagued elected official in the United States, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton would likely be leading the pack.”
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Posted: Nov 2, 2021 - 4:12pm

 miamizsun wrote:
 GeneP59 wrote:

Texas has become a Cult?


in my experience texas is a great place
friendly peeps, good food and outstanding music
they're suffering through a little political gang violence
 
So I won’t have to exhume my Uncle and Aunt and move them to another state?
Nice! {#Bounce} 
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Posted: Nov 2, 2021 - 2:27pm

 GeneP59 wrote:

Texas has become a Cult?


in my experience texas is a great place
friendly peeps, good food and outstanding music
they're suffering through a little political gang violence
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Posted: Nov 2, 2021 - 9:12am

Texas has become a Cult?
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Posted: Nov 2, 2021 - 5:38am

Just gonna start calling the place Gilead.
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Posted: Oct 31, 2021 - 4:40pm

...and now the censorship
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 10:14am

 islander wrote:

From a friend - In Norway there is a newish  colloquial phrase: "completely texas" to define a problematic situation that has spiralled out of control. 


Hilarious!

.... In a cathartic way popular when thinking about self-imposed tragedies.......


Hmmm....  is there a western Canadian version hidden somewhere here that is dying to poke out?      "Completely Alberta"?    

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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 9:49am


not that there is anything wrong with either...
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 9:18am

 Coaxial wrote:
As one who calls himself a Texan I must speak up as I load my Tech-9 with hollow points and prepare for my staycation day. I'll have more coffee as I ponder why my governor is such an sycophantically idiotic. 
{#Snooty}

As a long lost native son, I'm immediately adding that to my repertoire (hmmm, using a French word to describe adding a Norwegian phrase to the vocabulary of a nomadic PNW'r from Texas.... that will give someone a fit).  

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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 9:09am


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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 8:18am

 islander wrote:

From a friend - In Norway there is a newish  colloquial phrase: "completely texas" to define a problematic situation that has spiraled out of control. 



awesome
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 8:16am

 Coaxial wrote:
As one who calls himself a Texan I must speak up as I load my Tech-9 with hollow points and prepare for my staycation day. I'll have more coffee as I ponder why my governor is such an sycophantically idiotic. {#Snooty}
 
Do you fill hollows with sugar smacks? Because if you don't...
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 8:10am

As one who calls himself a Texan I must speak up as I load my Tech-9 with hollow points and prepare for my staycation day. I'll have more coffee as I ponder why my governor is such an sycophantically idiotic idiot. {#Snooty}
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 7:42am

From a friend - In Norway there is a newish  colloquial phrase: "completely texas" to define a problematic situation that has spiraled out of control. 
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 4:49am

 islander wrote:
 kurtster wrote:

So what does it feel like to know that you have one more thing that is going to piss you off when it is time to get out of bed in the morning ?

Sweet dreams ... {#Sleep}
.
{#Whisper}  you do know that he made this decision only to piss you off ...


Coming from the guy with a full roster of boogeymen, this is pretty rich. Maybe he'll just say something about your will to survive and be over it. 
 
Oh.....and YOU.{#Eek}
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021 - 4:42am

 Red_Dragon wrote: 
You must be so fun at parties.
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