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I was looking at a WA resolution to condemn a nation. The condemnation is to express "shoack and dismay."

If that's the criteria, what wasn't this nation condemned long ago?

Issues Test Bed wrote:I was looking at a WA resolution to condemn a nation. The condemnation is to express "shoack and dismay."

If that's the criteria, what wasn't this nation condemned long ago?

I really don't know. Probably because it wasn't a World Assembly-worthy issue back then.

does anyone like tacos? i mean, real mexican tacos, not the taco bell ones

Nuevo Tamaulipas wrote:does anyone like tacos? i mean, real mexican tacos, not the taco bell ones

Yep, I like real Mexican tacos.

Memorandum

TO: Everyone
FROM: Management
RE: AOC

It came to our attention that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Communist, NY) does not approve of capitalism. From now on anyone using her acronym will write it out as 'aoc.'

Thank you.

Issues Test Bed wrote:Memorandum

TO: Everyone
FROM: Management
RE: AOC

It came to our attention that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Communist, NY) does not approve of capitalism. From now on anyone using her acronym will write it out as 'aoc.'

Thank you.

From: Managements Bosses
To: Management
CC: All

The way high ups forbid the use of the term AOC they instead would like you to use any of the following term(s): it, thing, commie, An Oversized C@@T <——— this last one rimes with grunt but the higher ups would rather you not use that particular word instead say this ——>An Oversized Kook

Thanks from the managements bosses.

Gig em Aggies wrote:From: Managements Bosses
To: Management
CC: All

The way high ups forbid the use of the term AOC they instead would like you to use any of the following term(s): it, thing, commie, An Oversized C@@T <——— this last one rimes with grunt but the higher ups would rather you not use that particular word instead say this ——>An Oversized Kook

Thanks from the managements bosses.

Noted.

Didn't expect Star Trek to wrap up that B-plot this early in the show. They did a good job with it though. Yet another castmember appears to be able to sing, and we're still waiting for a musical episode.

Trecdom2 wrote:Didn't expect Star Trek to wrap up that B-plot this early in the show. They did a good job with it though. Yet another castmember appears to be able to sing, and we're still waiting for a musical episode.

Star Trek, The Musical...

Someone summon Mel Brooks.

The good news: The US Supreme Court told the State of New York the government there must follow the US Constitution. Thank [insert deity of choice here] for President Trump and his picks for the high court.

The bad news: There are still three communists on the high court.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-gun-decision-shoots-down-ny-rule-high-bar-concealed-carry-licenses

Issues Test Bed wrote:Star Trek, The Musical...

Someone summon Mel Brooks.

Good News Everybody: The Joker Sequel will be a musical

Leela: .... wait that's not good news that's not good news at all

In response to the Supreme Court decision on Abortion, Nancy Pelosi (Communist Clown-CA) says the never to be sufficiently damned Democrats will continue to fight against gun rights and for abortions.

Think about that for a minute.

Issues Test Bed wrote:In response to the Supreme Court decision on Abortion, Nancy Pelosi (Communist Clown-CA) says the never to be sufficiently damned Democrats will continue to fight against gun rights and for abortions.

Think about that for a minute.

Thought about it. You and your Fox News-spouting nonsense have successfully run me out of Texas. Why you felt it necessary to turn this perfectly nice region into your own little propaganda outlet evades me. I've had enough of it.

Sorry, Big Tex. I'll miss your Saturday Breakfast posts. Bye.

Just a casual reminder to those in support of the new supreme court decision on abortion that we're not deciding between abortions not happening and abortions happening. We're instead choosing between dark alley abortions with coathangers or safe, legal abortions that we can pass appropriate legislation to decrease the frequency of.

Hope that creates some clarity.

Indian Empire wrote:Just a casual reminder to those in support of the new supreme court decision on abortion that we're not deciding between abortions not happening and abortions happening. We're instead choosing between dark alley abortions with coathangers or safe, legal abortions that we can pass appropriate legislation to decrease the frequency of.

Hope that creates some clarity.

Shame on Indian Empire for spreading Left wing waste material! Where did you get that talking point? The View? Some Facebook meme?

Let us see if we can straighten you out. The decision on Dobbs v Jackson Womens Health Organization[1] does one thing, and only one thing. That decision resets a constitutionally flawed earlier decision on Roe v Wade and puts that law making back where it belongs with the states. This decision brings the precedent back into conformity with the Tenth Amendment. In case you forgot, that one reads: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Abortion is not covered, nor was it ever covered in the US Constitution. (Here's a hint, neither is murder.) Roe v. Wade flagrantly violated the 10th amendment. The Supremes corrected that error by returning abortion lawmaking to the States and the people.

How did you get all the way through high school and not know these things?

The good news is the remarkably poor decisions made by single issue abortion voters may start to correct themselves now that the abortion debate is no longer a federal issue.

Now here is a casual reminder for Indian Empire. I am pro choice up to the point the fetus can be reasonably expected to survive outside the womb with today's medical technology. I am also pro Constitutional government. I am not in favor a government made up as we go along based on someone's feels on that particular day.

Frisbeeteria wrote:Thought about it. You and your Fox News-spouting nonsense have successfully run me out of Texas. Why you felt it necessary to turn this perfectly nice region into your own little propaganda outlet evades me. I've had enough of it.

Sorry, Big Tex. I'll miss your Saturday Breakfast posts. Bye.

Sorry to see you go. Perhaps someday you will see the truth.

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[1] The Decision may be read here: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/19-1392_6j37.pdf

Issues Test Bed wrote:
Shame on Indian Empire for spreading Left wing waste material! Where did you get that talking point? The View? Some Facebook meme?

Let us see if we can straighten you out. The decision on Dobbs v Jackson Womens Health Organization[1] does one thing, and only one thing. That decision resets a constitutionally flawed earlier decision on Roe v Wade and puts that law making back where it belongs with the states. This decision brings the precedent back into conformity with the Tenth Amendment. In case you forgot, that one reads: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Abortion is not covered, nor was it ever covered in the US Constitution. (Here's a hint, neither is murder.) Roe v. Wade flagrantly violated the 10th amendment. The Supremes corrected that error by returning abortion lawmaking to the States and the people.

How did you get all the way through high school and not know these things?  

The good news is the remarkably poor decisions made by single issue abortion voters may start to correct themselves now that the abortion debate is no longer a federal issue.

Now here is a casual reminder for Indian Empire. I am pro choice up to the point the fetus can be reasonably expected to survive outside the womb with today's medical technology. I am also pro Constitutional government. I am not in favor a government made up as we go along based on someone's feels on that particular day.


Sorry to see you go. Perhaps someday you will see the truth.

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[1] The Decision may be read here: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/19-1392_6j37.pdf

Not many people seem to understand the difference between banning abortion and the question (posed to the supreme court) of abortion being constitutional. It was the right decision to return it to states power as no abortion is not a constitutional right ... because it isn't in the constitution.

Whether abortion should be banned is a completely different debate to have

https://youtu.be/JnEPTG6K4pY the most perfect song I could find

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Today's special breakfast will Saturday Bacon & Egg Breakfast Tacos [COVID-19 Week CXVII Edition]! The Big Tex Happy Taco Stands of NewTexas are proud to present, in honor of our friend, Frisbeeteria, a classic we all know and love today. Lovingly known as the El Gringo Especial Taco, this little beauty is made by cooking up an in-house, hickory-smoked slab of thick-cut, pepper bacon which is delicately placed on a healthy serving of fresh, hearty, rich, and fluffy, electric yellow, Grade AA, scrambled eggs and wrapped in a fresh, warm, homemade flour tortilla! A whole egg in every taco!®

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***** Texas Shout Outs *****

We Would like to sing Happy Trails, Frisbeeteria!

♫♫ ♪♪♪ ♬♬
Happy trails to you, until we meet again.
Happy trails to you, keep smilin' until then.

Who cares about the clouds when we're together?
Just sing a song and bring the sunny weather.
Happy trails to you, 'till we meet again.

Some trails are happy ones,
Others are blue.
It's the way you ride the trail that counts,
Here's a happy one for you.

Happy trails to you, until we meet again.
Happy trails to you, keep smilin' until then.
Who cares about the clouds when we're together?
Just sing a song and bring the sunny weather.

Happy trails to you, 'till we meet again.
♬♫ ♪ ♪ ♪♪ ♫ ♬♬

(lyrics compliments of Roy Rogers, The Singing Cowboy)

A little nugget from the annals of time:
02/09/2005
The OMGWTF I'M A FREAKING MOD! BOW BEFORE MY MIGHT!!!!!11 (as I get the other mods sammiches...) of Frisbeeteria arrived from JokeADay.

For the calendar-challenged, that was 906 weeks and 3 days ago.

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The Texas Chat Site is here: http://texasregion.net/blab70/login.php

Please register with your nation name. This is a great opportunity for nations old and new to Texas to find out what is going on! We chat, debate, talk about the weather, stuff we like, stuff we hate, random stuff, and more. But, it is never stuffy. Usually, it is about meeting your fellow Texans and talking about the latest and most interesting stuff in NationStates at the moment. But then again, sometimes NationStates does not even come up. It is wide-open chatting with peeps from around The World both IRL and NS. It is Texans, EuroTexans, WannabeTexans, ex-Texans, VirtualTexans, and plenty of Friends of Texans. We have it all and all are welcome.

We have added a new feature to Texas Chat, Texas Movie Chat! Chat with Texans while watching a movie. Fun stuff! So far we have watched Halloween, Shootout at the OK Corral, and Red, and recently a couple of new Star Trek series episodes. Want to watch something together?

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The deepest shipwreck, to date, has been discovered. A US Destroyer that sunk near the Philippines in combat with the Japanese fleet.

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-61925862

Issues Test Bed wrote:In response to the Supreme Court decision on Abortion, Nancy Pelosi (Communist Clown-CA) says the never to be sufficiently damned Democrats will continue to fight against gun rights and for abortions.

Think about that for a minute.

Hurrah! Hurrah for life!

Frisbeeteria wrote:Thought about it. You and your Fox News-spouting nonsense have successfully run me out of Texas. Why you felt it necessary to turn this perfectly nice region into your own little propaganda outlet evades me. I've had enough of it.

Sorry, Big Tex. I'll miss your Saturday Breakfast posts. Bye.

Goodbye and good riddance

Tiksas wrote:Goodbye and good riddance

But this region is a microcosm for Texas itself. The more Texas enacts conservative policies, the more liberals will leave.

Tiksas wrote:Goodbye and good riddance

I disagree. I think it is sad that Frisbeeteria chose to leave over opinions and facts that nation disagrees with rather than remain open to certain realities, or at least make an attempt to show us where they disagree with the facts set before them.

I do not celebrate their departure. There is plenty to be enjoyed here and they could have simply ignored the things I wrote.

Issues Test Bed wrote:There is plenty to be enjoyed here and they could have simply ignored the things I wrote.

This part is true. He made it sound as if this was your own personal region where you spread your political philosophy unobstructed, when that isn't the case. Not that I'd mind if it was

Post by No social credit or taiwaneese empire suppressed by Trecdom2.

No social credit or taiwaneese empire

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