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    Quote Originally Posted by Damocles View Post
    That's nice. If you want to stop the spread of the disease you should stop hoping that vaccinated people get sick with the disease. Nothing tells folks that they made the "right decision" like watching vaccinated folks get sick.
    I don't care. Honestly, why should I? If they can't understand the science, it isn't my job to instruct them. I'm certainly not hoping that vaccinated people get sick with the disease. I have no idea how you got that from my post. HE HAS THE DISEASE. HE HAS SYMPTOMS. He's already sick. My wish for Lindsey is that he is as miserable as I was. Because he's a horror of a human being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reagansghost View Post
    I don't wish this virus on anyone....except those in power misleading and lying to millions of Americans

    if enough of them catch it, maybe, just maybe, some of their braindead adherents will get a clue, save thousands of innocent lives
    It will take one of them kicking the bucket before the word sinks in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reagansghost View Post
    I don't wish this virus on anyone....except those in power misleading and lying to millions of Americans

    if enough of them catch it, maybe, just maybe, some of their braindead adherents will get a clue, save thousands of innocent lives
    Isn't this the SECOND TIME he's tested positive?

    At some point we have to assume that Conservatives don't wash their hands, like ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reagansghost View Post
    now Lindsay will run around saying "see? I was vaccinated and still caught it, don't bother"
    And we will all support his stance there because the only people who will listen to him are the people we want to die by their own hands anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damocles View Post
    If you want to stop the spread of the disease you should stop hoping that vaccinated people get sick with the disease.
    Who says we want to stop the spread now?

    Now that we have vaccines that prevent death and ventilators, maybe we want all the Conservatives and anti-vaxxers to get COVID and die so they can't vote in next year's midterms.

    Maybe we want all those people to suffer, get sick and lose their jobs.

    Maybe we want them to die alone in an ER because they were so arrogantly abusing everyone.

    Maybe mass death of Conservatives from COVID would be a good thing for society.


    Nothing tells folks that they made the "right decision" like watching vaccinated folks get sick.
    Great! And at this point, I don't think they should get vaccinated.

    At this point, they should try and dodge the virus for the next 15 months.

    Enough of them won't, and it's going to make the difference in at least 1 narrow election next year....so I fully support you muddying the vaccination waters by indulging their doubt because I know it will lead to at least some deaths of people who we can do without anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    I don't care. Honestly, why should I? If they can't understand the science, it isn't my job to instruct them. I'm certainly not hoping that vaccinated people get sick with the disease. I have no idea how you got that from my post. HE HAS THE DISEASE. HE HAS SYMPTOMS. He's already sick. My wish for Lindsey is that he is as miserable as I was. Because he's a horror of a human being.
    It is your job though if you life in reality. Convince people, or find that your vaccine doesn't stop the next variant. You may be "right" at that moment and capable of "see? I told you" nonsense, but it won't change reality. It might make you feel good, or think you are superior, that you were "right" as you get sick... but it won't change the illness.
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    Hello reagansghost,

    Quote Originally Posted by reagansghost View Post
    journalists are reporting Lindsay has been seen all around DC lately, eating at restaurants with scads of people, no mask.

    the latest DC Patient Zero
    "Unconfirmed reports say that Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin hosted a small group of senators on his houseboat this weekend, including Graham. CNBC has reached out to Manchinís office for a comment."

    There is no distancing on a houseboat. It's just close and closer.

    Graham got 'rona
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damocles View Post
    It is your job though if you life in reality. Convince people, or find that your vaccine doesn't stop the next variant.
    OR we might just see a mass die off of the unvaccinated with THIS variant, which would be a bad thing, why?

    I can stay in my home for another year to avoid other variants, it's not a problem for me.


    Quote Originally Posted by Damocles View Post
    You may be "right" at that moment and capable of "see? I told you" nonsense, but it won't change reality. It might make you feel good, or think you are superior, that you were "right" as you get sick... but it won't change the illness
    Get sick...but if I'm vaccinated, I won't end up in the ER.

    So...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliTalker View Post
    Hello reagansghost,



    "Unconfirmed reports say that Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin hosted a small group of senators on his houseboat this weekend, including Graham. CNBC has reached out to Manchin’s office for a comment."

    There is no distancing on a houseboat. It's just close and closer.

    Graham got 'rona
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    Hello Trumpet,

    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpet View Post
    It will take one of them kicking the bucket before the word sinks in.
    "Graham was one of 17 Republican senators who voted to advance the infrastructure plan last week. His absence, or a potential quarantine for other senators, could affect passage of the bill if a final vote is closer."

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    Quote Originally Posted by reagansghost View Post
    I don't wish this virus on anyone....except those in power misleading and lying to millions of Americans

    if enough of them catch it, maybe, just maybe, some of their braindead adherents will get a clue, save thousands of innocent lives
    He will most likely not experience serious symptoms but he can kill an unvaccinated MAGA with just a sneeze. Such super powers for Lady Lindsey.
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    Yup. Vaxxed people continue to get it. Big deal. It'll pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LV426 View Post
    OR we might just see a mass die off of the unvaccinated with THIS variant, which would be a bad thing, why?

    I can stay in my home for another year to avoid other variants, it's not a problem for me.




    Get sick...but if I'm vaccinated, I won't end up in the ER.

    So...?
    You have no idea how effective your vaccine is for the "epsilon" variant, or the "zeta" variant. The longer we keep this moving the more likely a variant will find a way around your vaccine. Convincing folks to get the vaccine is pretty much the only way you are going to get it done without fascist nonsense that even you would think is heavy handed.

    Work to convince people, it may save your life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
    Yup. Vaxxed people continue to get it. Big deal. It'll pass.
    This is a bit like saying that some folks keep dying in car accidents so we shouldn't wear seat belts. The vaccine keeps you safer. There is little reason to pretend it doesn't. I can't imagine how it turned around like this. Remember during the election cycle when the left was saying that a vaccine done that quickly was clearly pressured into existence by Trump, now the right are the folks that won't get it.

    I personally got it during testing before the emergency use approval.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damocles View Post
    This is a bit like saying that some folks keep dying in car accidents so we shouldn't wear seat belts. The vaccine keeps you safer. There is little reason to pretend it doesn't. I can't imagine how it turned around like this. Remember during the election cycle when the left was saying that a vaccine done that quickly was clearly pressured into existence by Trump, now the right are the folks that won't get it.

    I personally got it during testing before the emergency use approval.
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