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  1. matty1 says

    Could we harness this? Get Fischer to predict that various problems will not be solved and a solution will appear as the universe struggles to prevent him getting one right.

  2. matty1 says

    The Bible quite clearly says that false prophets MUST be stoned.

    I assumed he was, surely no one could say things like this without the benefit of drugs.

  3. freehand says

    I was surprised last night at how infuriated I became when I saw signs on somebody’s yard saying “Impeach Obama”. It’s not that I’m a great fan of our president, nor do I think that one can’t make a case for impeachment based on wiretaps, warrantless searches, drone executions, and so on (although I don’t see how such charges could get anywhere when certain GOP presidents and staff are more guilty, and he is supported by the SCOTUS).

    I was infuriated because I know that if I were to ask him on what grounds, my fellow citizen would look at me with loathing (A True American would know already) and shout something incomprehensible about Obamacare and FEMA death camps and wanting to take our guns and Sharia law.

    Instead of taking it in stride as I get older, I find myself getting more impatient with stupidity and bigotry and hatred.

  4. Michael Heath says

    freehand writes:

    Instead of taking it in stride as I get older, I find myself getting more impatient with stupidity and bigotry and hatred.

    I think because it’s increasingly difficult to justify determined ignorance. That gets amplified since most have coalesced in the GOP and now wield power. So what was once quaint is now confidently guaranteed to cause undue suffering to generations of humans.

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