Discussion:
"Americans Revert to Favoring Reduced Government Role"
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e***@post.com
2021-10-15 16:41:57 UTC
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https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-government-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare endorsement
of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the government is
doing too many things that should be left to individuals and businesses,
while 43% want the government to do more to solve the country's
problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last year said
the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
I like this part especially:

"Currently, 77% of Republicans prefer fewer services and lower taxes"

In other words, they all want to live in a state just like Mississippi that gets billions each year from Uncle Sam's money tits, pays no taxes in return and has Third World services provided to them. Where do those billions in Mississippi end up anyway?
AlleyCat
2021-10-15 17:54:12 UTC
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"Currently, 77% of Republicans prefer fewer services and lower taxes"
In other words, they all want to live in a state just like Mississippi that
gets billions each year from Uncle Sam's money tits TO PAY FOR IT'S DEMOCRATS
TO LIVE THERE, WHO PAY NO TAXES IN RETURN and has Third World services
provided to them (LIE). Where do those billions in Mississippi end up anyway?

Paying for Black Democrat's free shit, and their overwhelmingly poor health,
because of their diets.

Funny and hypocritical, that a welfare Queen like wy, would piss, moan and cry
about OTHERS on Welfare and how much they get.

I've lived in Mississippi... the health care there is MUCH better than
Canada's.

No waiting.

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Siri Cruise
2021-10-15 19:15:19 UTC
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Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare endorsement
So....no more border wall? Did your survey actually detail
opinions about areas that are regulated, like meat, food, air
travel, telecommunications, administration of justice, military
operations, drugs, imports, yadda yadda yadda? Or did it just
blandly ask one opinion without reminding the surveyed about the
scope of national, state, and local government?
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Mitchell Holman
2021-10-16 01:47:46 UTC
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https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-g
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to individuals
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.

Just so...............
David Hartung
2021-10-16 13:56:43 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-g
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to individuals
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
Siri Cruise
2021-10-16 14:06:05 UTC
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Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
What you're saying is you're okay with a government orderring
business how to respond to alleged health crises. You're just
arguing over which government, not what businesses should be free
to do.
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e***@post.com
2021-10-17 13:33:26 UTC
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Post by Siri Cruise
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
What you're saying is you're okay with a government orderring
business how to respond to alleged health crises. You're just
arguing over which government, not what businesses should be free
to do.
He doesn't know what he's saying or thinking. He merely spouts one-dimensional statements while ignoring three-dimensional realities and then thinks he's some kind individualistic rebel as a result, when all he is is a self-stroking, IQ-deficient, Mississippian loser.
Mitchell Holman
2021-10-17 14:18:18 UTC
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Post by e***@post.com
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
What you're saying is you're okay with a government orderring
business how to respond to alleged health crises. You're just
arguing over which government, not what businesses should be free
to do.
He doesn't know what he's saying or thinking. He merely spouts
one-dimensional statements while ignoring three-dimensional realities
and then thinks he's some kind individualistic rebel as a result, when
all he is is a self-stroking, IQ-deficient, Mississippian loser.
Hartung hates regulations - unless Republicans impose them.

Hartung hates mandates - unless Republicans impose them.

Hartung hates gun laws - unless Republicans impose them.

Hartung hates wars - unless Republicans start them.

Hartung hates government spending - unless Republicans do it.

Hartung hates divorce - except for his own.
Blue Lives Matter
2021-10-17 14:27:53 UTC
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On Sun, 17 Oct 2021 09:18:18 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
What you're saying is you're okay with a government orderring
business how to respond to alleged health crises. You're just
arguing over which government, not what businesses should be free
to do.
He doesn't know what he's saying or thinking. He merely spouts
one-dimensional statements while ignoring three-dimensional realities
and then thinks he's some kind individualistic rebel as a result, when
all he is is a self-stroking, IQ-deficient, Mississippian loser.
Hartung hates regulations - unless Republicans impose them.
Hartung hates mandates - unless Republicans impose them.
Hartung hates gun laws - unless Republicans impose them.
Hartung hates wars - unless Republicans start them.
Hartung hates government spending - unless Republicans do it.
Hartung hates divorce - except for his own.
Hollowhead hates everything unless his leftist masters tell him to
like it.
NoBody
2021-10-19 10:50:06 UTC
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On Sun, 17 Oct 2021 10:27:53 -0400, Blue Lives Matter
Post by Blue Lives Matter
On Sun, 17 Oct 2021 09:18:18 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
What you're saying is you're okay with a government orderring
business how to respond to alleged health crises. You're just
arguing over which government, not what businesses should be free
to do.
He doesn't know what he's saying or thinking. He merely spouts
one-dimensional statements while ignoring three-dimensional realities
and then thinks he's some kind individualistic rebel as a result, when
all he is is a self-stroking, IQ-deficient, Mississippian loser.
Hartung hates regulations - unless Republicans impose them.
Hartung hates mandates - unless Republicans impose them.
Hartung hates gun laws - unless Republicans impose them.
Hartung hates wars - unless Republicans start them.
Hartung hates government spending - unless Republicans do it.
Hartung hates divorce - except for his own.
Hollowhead hates everything unless his leftist masters tell him to
like it.
Mitchie is allergic to the truth. He is best ignored.
Mitchell Holman
2021-10-16 14:53:02 UTC
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Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-
reduced-g
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to
individuals
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
1) Did Biden champion fewer regulations
while imposing more regulations?

2) Why are Republicans objecting to
vaccine mandates (from Biden) while supporting
vaccine mandates (from Abbott, DeSantis)?









Sweeping new vaccine mandates for 100 million Americans
September 9, 2021

Republican leaders — and some union chiefs, too —
said Biden was going too far in trying to muscle
private companies and workers, a certain sign of
legal challenges to come.
https://tinyurl.com/j6hknz85
e***@post.com
2021-10-16 15:41:31 UTC
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Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-g
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to individuals
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
Well, somebody's gotta do it if they refuse to do it themselves, or the whole country would just end up in a Covid toilet just like Mississippi. You'd be happy with that? Well, yeah, I guess you would be. You're still there and do fuck all to improve your state's situation as people get unnecessarily sick, become long haulers and/or die. No big deal for you so long as the so-called invisible right to choose to recklessly infect others is protected - right?
NoBody
2021-10-17 13:12:21 UTC
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Post by e***@post.com
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-g
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to individuals
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
Well, somebody's gotta do it if they refuse to do it themselves, or the whole country would just end up in a Covid toilet just like Mississippi. You'd be happy with that? Well, yeah, I guess you would be. You're still there and do fuck all to improve your state's situation as people get unnecessarily sick, become long haulers and/or die. No big deal for you so long as the so-called invisible right to choose to recklessly infect others is protected - right?
As usual, Wy doesn't know what he's talking about. Covid cases have
been falling like a rock in Mississippi.

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/us/mississippi-covid-cases.html
NoBody
2021-10-19 10:50:55 UTC
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Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-g
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to individuals
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
Well, somebody's gotta do it if they refuse to do it themselves, or the whole country would just end up in a Covid toilet just like Mississippi. You'd be happy with that? Well, yeah, I guess you would be. You're still there and do fuck all to improve your state's situation as people get unnecessarily sick, become long haulers and/or die. No big deal for you so long as the so-called invisible right to choose to recklessly infect others is protected - right?
Covid cases have been falling like a rock in Mississippi.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/us/mississippi-covid-cases.html
Naturally, Know-nothing Nobody ignores the fact that 1 out of 6 Mississippians had contracted the virus to date. That's a lot of dumbfuck stupid Mississippians who deliberately got sick from it. What's it nationally? 1 out of 7. Not much better, especially when nearly half the population is comprised of dumbfuck stupid right wingers. And Canada? 1 out of 22. Well, lookie at where all the smarter people are.
Oh look at you evading and goal post moving again.
e***@post.com
2021-10-19 12:48:34 UTC
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Post by NoBody
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-g
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to individuals
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
Well, somebody's gotta do it if they refuse to do it themselves, or the whole country would just end up in a Covid toilet just like Mississippi. You'd be happy with that? Well, yeah, I guess you would be. You're still there and do fuck all to improve your state's situation as people get unnecessarily sick, become long haulers and/or die. No big deal for you so long as the so-called invisible right to choose to recklessly infect others is protected - right?
Covid cases have been falling like a rock in Mississippi.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/us/mississippi-covid-cases.html
Naturally, Know-nothing Nobody ignores the fact that 1 out of 6 Mississippians had contracted the virus to date. That's a lot of dumbfuck stupid Mississippians who deliberately got sick from it. What's it nationally? 1 out of 7. Not much better, especially when nearly half the population is comprised of dumbfuck stupid right wingers. And Canada? 1 out of 22. Well, lookie at where all the smarter people are.
Oh look at you evading and goal post moving again.
Can't take a beating, can you? That's what happens when you're a Know-nothing Nobody.
Lee
2021-10-19 15:28:10 UTC
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Post by e***@post.com
On Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 9:56:51 AM UTC-4, David
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduce
d-g >> >> >> overnment-role.aspx >> >> >>
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off
approach for >> >> >> government in addressing the nation's
problems after a rare >> >> >> endorsement of a more active role
last year. Currently, 52% say the >> >> >> government is doing too
many things that should be left to individuals >> >> >> and
businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S.
adults last >> >> >> year said the government should do more to
solve problems. >> >> >> [...] >> >> >
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations
for private >> >> businesses?
Well, somebody's gotta do it if they refuse to do it
themselves, or the whole country would just end up in a Covid
toilet just like Mississippi. You'd be happy with that? Well, yeah,
I guess you would be. You're still there and do fuck all to improve
your state's situation as people get unnecessarily sick, become
long haulers and/or die. No big deal for you so long as the
so-called invisible right to choose to recklessly infect others is
protected - right? >> Covid cases have been falling like a rock in
Mississippi. >> >>
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/us/mississippi-covid-cases.
html
Naturally, Know-nothing Nobody ignores the fact that 1 out of 6
Mississippians had contracted the virus to date. That's a lot of
dumbfuck stupid Mississippians who deliberately got sick from it.
What's it nationally? 1 out of 7. Not much better, especially
when nearly half the population is comprised of dumbfuck stupid
right wingers. And Canada? 1 out of 22. Well, lookie at where all
the smarter people are.
Oh look at you evading and goal post moving again.
Can't take a beating, can you? That's what happens when you're a Know-nothing Nobody.
"Well what about" Nobody dares
to accuse others of moving goal
posts. That's rich.
NoBody
2021-10-20 10:40:58 UTC
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Post by Lee
Post by e***@post.com
On Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 9:56:51 AM UTC-4, David
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduce
d-g >> >> >> overnment-role.aspx >> >> >>
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off
approach for >> >> >> government in addressing the nation's
problems after a rare >> >> >> endorsement of a more active role
last year. Currently, 52% say the >> >> >> government is doing too
many things that should be left to individuals >> >> >> and
businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S.
adults last >> >> >> year said the government should do more to
solve problems. >> >> >> [...] >> >> >
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations
for private >> >> businesses?
Well, somebody's gotta do it if they refuse to do it
themselves, or the whole country would just end up in a Covid
toilet just like Mississippi. You'd be happy with that? Well, yeah,
I guess you would be. You're still there and do fuck all to improve
your state's situation as people get unnecessarily sick, become
long haulers and/or die. No big deal for you so long as the
so-called invisible right to choose to recklessly infect others is
protected - right? >> Covid cases have been falling like a rock in
Mississippi. >> >>
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/us/mississippi-covid-cases.
html
Naturally, Know-nothing Nobody ignores the fact that 1 out of 6
Mississippians had contracted the virus to date. That's a lot of
dumbfuck stupid Mississippians who deliberately got sick from it.
What's it nationally? 1 out of 7. Not much better, especially
when nearly half the population is comprised of dumbfuck stupid
right wingers. And Canada? 1 out of 22. Well, lookie at where all
the smarter people are.
Oh look at you evading and goal post moving again.
Can't take a beating, can you? That's what happens when you're a Know-nothing Nobody.
"Well what about" Nobody dares
to accuse others of moving goal
posts. That's rich.
And Lying Lee has nothing to offer but empty insults (as usual).
NoBody
2021-10-20 10:40:12 UTC
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Post by e***@post.com
Post by NoBody
Post by David Hartung
Post by Mitchell Holman
https://news.gallup.com/poll/355838/americans-revert-favoring-reduced-g
overnment-role.aspx
[...]
Americans have shifted back to favoring a more hands-off approach for
government in addressing the nation's problems after a rare
endorsement of a more active role last year. Currently, 52% say the
government is doing too many things that should be left to individuals
and businesses, while 43% want the government to do more to solve the
country's problems. In contrast, a record-high 54% of U.S. adults last
year said the government should do more to solve problems.
[...]
So Americans are opposed to GOP
governors telling business what mask
and vaccine policies they will be
allowed to have.
As opposed to the Federal government mandating vaccinations for private
businesses?
Well, somebody's gotta do it if they refuse to do it themselves, or the whole country would just end up in a Covid toilet just like Mississippi. You'd be happy with that? Well, yeah, I guess you would be. You're still there and do fuck all to improve your state's situation as people get unnecessarily sick, become long haulers and/or die. No big deal for you so long as the so-called invisible right to choose to recklessly infect others is protected - right?
Covid cases have been falling like a rock in Mississippi.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/us/mississippi-covid-cases.html
Naturally, Know-nothing Nobody ignores the fact that 1 out of 6 Mississippians had contracted the virus to date. That's a lot of dumbfuck stupid Mississippians who deliberately got sick from it. What's it nationally? 1 out of 7. Not much better, especially when nearly half the population is comprised of dumbfuck stupid right wingers. And Canada? 1 out of 22. Well, lookie at where all the smarter people are.
Oh look at you evading and goal post moving again.
Can't take a beating, can you? That's what happens when you're a Know-nothing Nobody.
Oh look at you, evading still. You'd better check that mirror, Wy.
Your hypocrisy is showing again.
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