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I'm at peace

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I love our President. I love our country.

For some reason, I am at peace today. I've done my part and there simply isn't anything else to do. It is out of my hands. God bless Texas and God bless America.
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I just voted. I was coming out and a black man wearing a Trump 2020 hat was coming in. :D
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Scott Tschirhart wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 9:24 am
I love our President. I love our country.

For some reason, I am at peace today. I've done my part and there simply isn't anything else to do. It is out of my hands. God bless Texas and God bless America.
+1

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+2
It seems Texas is well represented here at Paco Kelly's Leverguns. It is the only computer group I've ever been a member of...the rest have higher standards I guess.
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Well put Scott. After voting, all we can do pray...
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Scott Tschirhart wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 9:24 am
I love our President. I love our country.

For some reason, I am at peace today. I've done my part and there simply isn't anything else to do. It is out of my hands. God bless Texas and God bless America.
Same here!
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here ya go
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wvfarrier wrote:
Wed Nov 04, 2020 7:52 am
here ya go
I think that is what we are seeing.

Now that the Fraudocrats know how many votes they need to ‘win’ they will simply happen to ‘find’ that many.

It just sickens my that so many of our fellow citizens (including dead ones and pets of course) (and noncitizens who were allowed to vote), are either that stupid, that selfish, or that hate-filled, that they would vote for Biden or Harris to even put the Democrats within cheating-distance in the first place.

Of course that’s what they say about ‘us’, but they aren’t even well-informed enough to realize the political truth because they live in Snowflake Bubble-land... :roll:
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with the exception of the military, I believe we should wait till election day to vote. cuts down on voter fraud. Like it was said earlier, that way they can't see how many votes they need to "find" to win .
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rossim92 wrote:
Thu Nov 05, 2020 5:05 am
with the exception of the military, I believe we should wait till election day to vote. cuts down on voter fraud. Like it was said earlier, that way they can't see how many votes they need to "find" to win .
Exactly my thoughts too.
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I am about ready to move out of Colorado. Getting too blue for my tastes. Luckily the Western side is still pretty Red, but we are run by the Denver/Boulder gang. Colorado voted to re-introduce Wolves here (although I don't know how your re-introduce something that's already here). Denver, Boulder, Durango, Aspen, Vail area, Colorado Springs area and Larimer (Ft.Collins) counties I believe voted for Wolves and the rest of the state against. They are going to introduce them in the NW part of the state.

Bet if they were to let them go near Denver and Boulder, it would have been shot down in a hurry. The "enlightened folks" don't want them in their backyards. Fluffy might disappear!!
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Things seem chaotic right now, and it looks like it will stay that way.

As a lawyer, I see some interesting arguments that the Supreme Court could decide. I've decided to not get too wrapped up in the chaos.

But, the election clause of the United States Constitution says:

Section 4, Clause 1. Congressional Elections; Time, Place, and Manner of Holding

The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators.

U.S. Const. art. I, § 4, cl. 1 (But it does not address the same for the President).

BUT:

Section 1, Clause 2. Presidential Electors

Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector.

U.S. Const. art. II, § 1, cl. 2

This gives the State Legislatures a great deal of latitude on how the States conduct their elections.

However, what we are seeing is state executive officers changing the laws in the various states (including the Governor in my state of Texas and the Secretary of State in other states). This may be the deciding factor in this election.
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Mark Levin was talking about that recently
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Our office-holding Republicans are mostly a bunch of spineless pussies; unless WE, ALL light up their switchboards and demand that they stand firm and not compromise on any of these election fraud issues, we may as well join the ranks of the pussies.

I am fortunate enough to have a day off Monday, due to our office construction, and that is pretty much all I plan to do all day. I am accumulating the phone numbers for their offices this weekend. I will also be writing them snail Mail letters, and faxing and emailing, and I will continue to do that repeatedly until they have my name on lots of lists.
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Some may not like this but if an individual is at peace with what is going on has to be the biggest P in the world....this is our country and the honor and integrity of our voting process is at stake......there's tons of evidence showing fraud in the battleground states and with some states being separated by as little as 6,000 votes there should be major concern on what is going on.........

Today alone there was a software glitz in Michigan that showed 6,000 votes went to Biden and the same software was used in 47 counties and possibly in 30 states. Democratic ballot counters in Philly have defied court orders to keep poll watchers away from what they are doing.......WHAT DO THEY HAVE TO HIDE?

Plain and simple, I want an honest count for no matter who wins....this is corruptness at the highest level.......look at Pa...All of the problems are in heavily democratic cities........

Don't you people realize the fighting we will have to do if Biden wins....he's going to start by tearing down the wall and let every piece of Pelosi to flood our nation...then next will be the guns.....then the public housing in wealthy neighborhoods.....so if you don't want your daughter coming home with Cleotis or Juan, you better not be at peace.....

My blood pressure has risen many points because of these lies from the left and we here at Sixgun Land have zero plans to "feel relaxed" and if blood needs to be shed, so be it. I'm a three percenter.....

Just as I figured.....socialism and leftism has invaded the gun world with accepting individuals.....Now, hurry up and turn in your muzzleloaders or you won't get your daily bread.-----6
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I see no evidence whatever of anyone claiming to be "at peace" with post election shenanigans, rather it appears to indicate being at peace with having voted "R" and love for the President and America. How do these sentiments qualify these old time Levergunners to be "The biggest P in the world?" The "at peace" comments were made on election day, not days after. Please, elucidate...
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octagon wrote:
Mon Nov 09, 2020 10:27 am
I see no evidence whatever of anyone claiming to be "at peace" with post election shenanigans, rather it appears to indicate being at peace with having voted "R" and love for the President and America. How do these sentiments qualify these old time Levergunners to be "The biggest P in the world?" The "at peace" comments were made on election day, not days after. Please, elucidate...
For clarification, I am not happy at all with the obvious fraud and the strange "mistakes" that seem to always favor the Democrats. I don't like being told to ignore what I can see with my own eyes. I voted and I got my people out to vote. I made certain contributions.

So, I am at peace that I have done my part. And I will continue to do my part.

If someone wants to express the opinion that I am "The biggest P in the world," I'm not going to get worked up about that either.
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I cannot do much, actually cannot do anything, about the election from my position. Texas went for President Trump, and there is no need for a recount. I am ready to do my part in whatever is next. That might be volunteering to work with the elections board for free. I just am not totally sure yet. I have been putting pieces together, and that is very calming.
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Actually, we can ALL pressure our own state's federal legislators to press hard that OUR votes aren't invalidated due to fraud from other states. That is a legitimate and necessary duty they have, and they have mechanisms to put such pressure on.
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AJMD429 wrote:
Thu Nov 12, 2020 9:29 pm
Actually, we can ALL pressure our own state's federal legislators to press hard that OUR votes aren't invalidated due to fraud from other states. That is a legitimate and necessary duty they have, and they have mechanisms to put such pressure on.
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That's all I did on Monday ...I started with my district representative (Chris Quinn) and talked for a while with his secretary...then my state senator, Tom Killion and only got a message machine but I made sure I filled up my allotted time...then on to 5 of my townships elected supervisors.....(They use my yard for political signs as it's right before the church where everyone votes)

Then it took me a few days to calm down and tomorrow I'll be back at it....I don't like e mails as it's not "pressuring enough". Phone calls and snail mail work the best. ...

I'm not taking none of this laying down.......TOO MANY SOLDIERS DIED to have an "in your face" stolen election......

I hear guys saying they are losing their guns "in a boating accident"....stupid stupid stupid....what good is a gun if you can't use it freely? I'll say it on a public forum...I ain't giving up NOTHING and I'm not hiding nothing.....so be it...I've lived 66 good years ...to hell with these communists.---6......006
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Somehow, even with all the preachers of doom and gloom, I am still at peace.

Will President Trump pull off a victory here? I don't know. But if I listened to every talking head that has been demonstrably wrong for the last four years, I think I would be quite discouraged. I think they want us to be discouraged and to give up hope. I'm not there yet and I hope you are not either.
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