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    Quote Originally Posted by Seran View Post
    The Republican party is dying, it's participants are growing old or dying with a bottle of ivermectin in hand, while the young are voting Democrat. I can understand you Republicans need to do something to stay relative, but to lie by omission or to mislead by presenting only half the facts isn't cutting-edge it.
    Remember in 2015, Backlash made the same claim?

    Remind us again in Nov 2022 how "dead" the Republican Party is when it's in control of Congress.
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    "I originally created an additional account back in the day to mess with the reputation system" Rep system came in 3 months later...
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    Well tell that to the Naval hospital that issued a birth certificate labeled Ft Lejeune ... and then typed it in.
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    3 million more popular votes. I'd say the numbers speak for themselves. Gerrymandering won for Trump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kutter View Post
    Are you saying that you think it is a pilot program and not permanent?
    Yes, it is a pilot program. The Transportation Dept. is to recruit volunteers from all 50 states who for a period of three years will test a variety of different methods of measuring distance traveled on public roads. At the conclusion of the program the Transportation Dept. will report to Congress on what worked and what did not and will make recommendations. Congress can then decide what laws, if any, should be passed. If Congress does nothing in response to the report on the pilot program, then there will be no fees or monitoring.

    Volunteers will be paid, but I wouldn't expect the payment to be much, probably not enough to make volunteering worthwhile unless you have a civic spirit.

    The original article seemed to go out of its way to mislead readers into thinking that the proposed law that will impose a fee and monitoring on everybody. But in fact it only applies to a few test volunteers for three years. Thank goodness you have someone as honest as me in this forum.

    Shaps should volunteer and report back to us on his experience! Everybody agree that Shaps will volunteer on behalf of this forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seran View Post
    The Republican party is dying, it's participants are growing old or dying with a bottle of ivermectin in hand, while the young are voting Democrat. I can understand you Republicans need to do something to stay relative, but to lie by omission or to mislead by presenting only half the facts isn't cutting-edge it.
    I've been hearing this for over 30 years now, it's simply not true, at all.

    The fact is, normal people move to the right when they start having families.

    You're not going to see a Democrat president in 2024, electing Biden assured that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seran View Post
    The Republican party is dying, it's participants are growing old or dying with a bottle of ivermectin in hand, while the young are voting Democrat. I can understand you Republicans need to do something to stay relative, but to lie by omission or to mislead by presenting only half the facts isn't cutting-edge it.
    You idiots have been saying this for as long as I can remember and yet the Republican Party is still winning most state elections and signs show they will most likely take one house of congress next year and possibly both.

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    “Not to be a socialiste at 20 is proof of want of heart; to be one at 30 is proof of want of head.” - Francois Guizot

    Guess I never had a heart but have always had a brain. I can live with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClydeR View Post
    Yes, it is a pilot program. The Transportation Dept. is to recruit volunteers from all 50 states who for a period of three years will test a variety of different methods of measuring distance traveled on public roads. At the conclusion of the program the Transportation Dept. will report to Congress on what worked and what did not and will make recommendations. Congress can then decide what laws, if any, should be passed. If Congress does nothing in response to the report on the pilot program, then there will be no fees or monitoring.

    Volunteers will be paid, but I wouldn't expect the payment to be much, probably not enough to make volunteering worthwhile unless you have a civic spirit.

    The original article seemed to go out of its way to mislead readers into thinking that the proposed law that will impose a fee and monitoring on everybody. But in fact it only applies to a few test volunteers for three years. Thank goodness you have someone as honest as me in this forum.

    Shaps should volunteer and report back to us on his experience! Everybody agree that Shaps will volunteer on behalf of this forum?
    I never said it was going into full effect yet. I said they're setting the conditions for it to happen.. and they will try to make it happen. My guess was 10 years or less. If you think the author was trying to mislead... all he was doing was quoting what was in the actual bill.

    If you think they'll stop with it as a pilot program, you're more ignorant than I thought.

    Just like the "Green New Deal" is really all about the environment. I bet you believe that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaps View Post
    I never said it was going into full effect yet. I said they're setting the conditions for it to happen.. and they will try to make it happen. My guess was 10 years or less. If you think the author was trying to mislead... all he was doing was quoting what was in the actual bill.

    If you think they'll stop with it as a pilot program, you're more ignorant than I thought.

    Just like the "Green New Deal" is really all about the environment. I bet you believe that too.
    Nothing more permanent than a temporary government program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClydeR View Post
    Yes, it is a pilot program. The Transportation Dept. is to recruit volunteers from all 50 states who for a period of three years will test a variety of different methods of measuring distance traveled on public roads. At the conclusion of the program the Transportation Dept. will report to Congress on what worked and what did not and will make recommendations. Congress can then decide what laws, if any, should be passed. If Congress does nothing in response to the report on the pilot program, then there will be no fees or monitoring.

    Volunteers will be paid, but I wouldn't expect the payment to be much, probably not enough to make volunteering worthwhile unless you have a civic spirit.

    The original article seemed to go out of its way to mislead readers into thinking that the proposed law that will impose a fee and monitoring on everybody. But in fact it only applies to a few test volunteers for three years. Thank goodness you have someone as honest as me in this forum.

    Shaps should volunteer and report back to us on his experience! Everybody agree that Shaps will volunteer on behalf of this forum?
    You're asking for a lot there. The Conservashits here use up every bit of processing power they have pushing misleading articles they didn't read, about legislation they haven't researched. Apparently it's very tiring spreading misinformation, while trying to appear as if you're not actually supporting it.

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