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(05-01-2020 05:35 AM)Wade Holt Wrote:  This is a small ass group of ignorant individuals who are trying to show force by carrying around AR15s. Why the hell couldn't they protest without brandishing these weapons? It's because they're cowards and dumb as a box of rocks.

Meanwhile, their dear leader Dr Donnie Pine Sol who is totally unencumbered and unbridled by neither truth nor reality sits silent after initially encouraging this foolish behavior on Twitter with his "liberate Michigan" nonsense.

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This is an interesting court battle.

Like most things it will come down to the makeup of the state Supreme Court

The current makeup of the MI state supreme court is 4-3 GOP so they have a shot at this
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(04-30-2020 10:02 PM)bullet Wrote:  It was like I said about 10 days ago, there were signs here in Georgia that it was falling apart. More and more people were going out.

Stores are full, people traveled en mass to their second homes up north, boats on the water, and contractors are working everywhere today.

Michigan is giving Megan the middle finger this weekend.
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Freaking Lowe's looked like Memorial Day Weekend around noon Tuesday. Everybody done with this nonsense.
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Trump's fault she look like this.

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(05-01-2020 02:38 PM)BuffaloTN Wrote:  Freaking Lowe's looked like Memorial Day Weekend around noon Tuesday. Everybody done with this nonsense.


I went to Southern States 3 weeks ago tomorrow, had to wait for a parking space.

Go in, only people wearing a mask were a few older customers. But, hey! Hopefully all this did some good for someone.
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I live in Michigan. This is not a good situation.

Her emergency powers were set to expire at midnight unless Congress gave her more. They offered 15 days, plus some other concessions. She told them to pound sand, wanting full authority, so they chose not to extend her emergency power & that going forward things would work as you learn them in school - Congress writes the bills, and she can veto if she doesn't like them

She said 'screw that', and she gave herself emergency powers for 30 more days via executive order, denying any Congressional say in it.

Congress is saying that the Michigan constitution forbids her from giving herself emergency powers without having it go through Congress first. They said they're suing but I have no idea if they actually are & the timeliness of this. If you hear that they're suing the contents of her executive orders, that's incorrect. they're suing her self-granted emergency powers.

She shows little intention of opening up, only saying BS like (and this is verbatim) 'people want the government to take care of them', 'going to be a slow process', 'will last months, into the fall', etc.

Michigan has a severe stay-at-home order & it's expected she's going to extend that with her unconstitutional emergency powers.

Bottom line: The economic devastation is quickening. I think federal government is going to have to have a say sooner than later, as time marches on & governors get so slow on opening up they're not moving like Michigan's.
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(04-30-2020 09:50 PM)UofMstateU Wrote:  
(04-30-2020 08:46 PM)GrayBeard Wrote:  This may put all the Dimocrat tyrants on notice.

The Maine idiot governor is on notice. After telling restaurants they could prepare to re-open May 1st, she came out and extended the lockdown for another month. Despite the fact that only 33 people in the state are currently being treated for coronavirus.

One Maine restaurant owner was on Tucker Carlson tonite. He said he's opening up anyway tomorrow. He also said the Maine governor has disconnected her phones for the office. Therefore, he just read off her cell phone on live tv and told people to call her. 03-lmfao
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They should sue her ass too
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(05-01-2020 04:40 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  I live in Michigan. This is not a good situation.

Her emergency powers were set to expire at midnight unless Congress gave her more. They offered 15 days, plus some other concessions. She told them to pound sand, wanting full authority, so they chose not to extend her emergency power & that going forward things would work as you learn them in school - Congress writes the bills, and she can veto if she doesn't like them

She said 'screw that', and she gave herself emergency powers for 30 more days via executive order, denying any Congressional say in it.

Congress is saying that the Michigan constitution forbids her from giving herself emergency powers without having it go through Congress first. They said they're suing but I have no idea if they actually are & the timeliness of this. If you hear that they're suing the contents of her executive orders, that's incorrect. they're suing her self-granted emergency powers.

She shows little intention of opening up, only saying BS like (and this is verbatim) 'people want the government to take care of them', 'going to be a slow process', 'will last months, into the fall', etc.

Michigan has a severe stay-at-home order & it's expected she's going to extend that with her unconstitutional emergency powers.

Bottom line: The economic devastation is quickening. I think federal government is going to have to have a say sooner than later, as time marches on & governors get so slow on opening up they're not moving like Michigan's.

Does MI law allow the Govt to declare a state of emergency and grant the office emergency powers?
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(05-01-2020 06:31 PM)solohawks Wrote:  
(05-01-2020 04:40 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  I live in Michigan. This is not a good situation.

Her emergency powers were set to expire at midnight unless Congress gave her more. They offered 15 days, plus some other concessions. She told them to pound sand, wanting full authority, so they chose not to extend her emergency power & that going forward things would work as you learn them in school - Congress writes the bills, and she can veto if she doesn't like them

She said 'screw that', and she gave herself emergency powers for 30 more days via executive order, denying any Congressional say in it.

Congress is saying that the Michigan constitution forbids her from giving herself emergency powers without having it go through Congress first. They said they're suing but I have no idea if they actually are & the timeliness of this. If you hear that they're suing the contents of her executive orders, that's incorrect. they're suing her self-granted emergency powers.

She shows little intention of opening up, only saying BS like (and this is verbatim) 'people want the government to take care of them', 'going to be a slow process', 'will last months, into the fall', etc.

Michigan has a severe stay-at-home order & it's expected she's going to extend that with her unconstitutional emergency powers.

Bottom line: The economic devastation is quickening. I think federal government is going to have to have a say sooner than later, as time marches on & governors get so slow on opening up they're not moving like Michigan's.

Does MI law allow the Govt to declare a state of emergency and grant the office emergency powers?
MI Law allows the governor to declare a state of emergency with emergency powers that lasts for 30 days. When 30 days are up, it needs to be extended by both the House & the Senate, else it's over. The House refused.

Thank you for responding. I'm very concerned about this. I know many in the state are. Even people who vote Blue have expressed their frustration to me.
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(05-01-2020 07:42 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  
(05-01-2020 06:31 PM)solohawks Wrote:  
(05-01-2020 04:40 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  I live in Michigan. This is not a good situation.

Her emergency powers were set to expire at midnight unless Congress gave her more. They offered 15 days, plus some other concessions. She told them to pound sand, wanting full authority, so they chose not to extend her emergency power & that going forward things would work as you learn them in school - Congress writes the bills, and she can veto if she doesn't like them

She said 'screw that', and she gave herself emergency powers for 30 more days via executive order, denying any Congressional say in it.

Congress is saying that the Michigan constitution forbids her from giving herself emergency powers without having it go through Congress first. They said they're suing but I have no idea if they actually are & the timeliness of this. If you hear that they're suing the contents of her executive orders, that's incorrect. they're suing her self-granted emergency powers.

She shows little intention of opening up, only saying BS like (and this is verbatim) 'people want the government to take care of them', 'going to be a slow process', 'will last months, into the fall', etc.

Michigan has a severe stay-at-home order & it's expected she's going to extend that with her unconstitutional emergency powers.

Bottom line: The economic devastation is quickening. I think federal government is going to have to have a say sooner than later, as time marches on & governors get so slow on opening up they're not moving like Michigan's.

Does MI law allow the Govt to declare a state of emergency and grant the office emergency powers?
MI Law allows the governor to declare a state of emergency with emergency powers that lasts for 30 days. When 30 days are up, it needs to be extended by both the House & the Senate, else it's over. The House refused.

Thank you for responding. I'm very concerned about this. I know many in the state are. Even people who vote Blue have expressed their frustration to me.

If that's the law then this should be open and shut, even for a 4 - 3 MI Supreme Court

I understand and appreciate the need for public safety, but we must also look at precedent. Letting governors do whatever they want for however long they want goes against the fundamental core of our system of checks and balances
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(05-01-2020 07:57 PM)solohawks Wrote:  
(05-01-2020 07:42 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  
(05-01-2020 06:31 PM)solohawks Wrote:  
(05-01-2020 04:40 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  I live in Michigan. This is not a good situation.

Her emergency powers were set to expire at midnight unless Congress gave her more. They offered 15 days, plus some other concessions. She told them to pound sand, wanting full authority, so they chose not to extend her emergency power & that going forward things would work as you learn them in school - Congress writes the bills, and she can veto if she doesn't like them

She said 'screw that', and she gave herself emergency powers for 30 more days via executive order, denying any Congressional say in it.

Congress is saying that the Michigan constitution forbids her from giving herself emergency powers without having it go through Congress first. They said they're suing but I have no idea if they actually are & the timeliness of this. If you hear that they're suing the contents of her executive orders, that's incorrect. they're suing her self-granted emergency powers.

She shows little intention of opening up, only saying BS like (and this is verbatim) 'people want the government to take care of them', 'going to be a slow process', 'will last months, into the fall', etc.

Michigan has a severe stay-at-home order & it's expected she's going to extend that with her unconstitutional emergency powers.

Bottom line: The economic devastation is quickening. I think federal government is going to have to have a say sooner than later, as time marches on & governors get so slow on opening up they're not moving like Michigan's.

Does MI law allow the Govt to declare a state of emergency and grant the office emergency powers?
MI Law allows the governor to declare a state of emergency with emergency powers that lasts for 30 days. When 30 days are up, it needs to be extended by both the House & the Senate, else it's over. The House refused.

Thank you for responding. I'm very concerned about this. I know many in the state are. Even people who vote Blue have expressed their frustration to me.

If that's the law then this should be open and shut, even for a 4 - 3 MI Supreme Court

I understand and appreciate the need for public safety, but we must also look at precedent. Letting governors do whatever they want for however long they want goes against the fundamental core of our system of checks and balances
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if it makes a difference the federal government still has a state of emergency going on.

if Congress will actually take her to court & we can get a timely ruling.
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I keep hearing from her cheerleaders that 'she's following federal guidelines.' Total bull****. Very first slide of the guidelines presented by the federal government: 'states should approach this on a regional basis.' Clear as can be.

This goes for every state that has a draconian approach.
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And RWT said in another thread that Gov Belly Button was a “real leader and saving lives” lol
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Today she gave a press conference. I thought for sure she'd allow non-covid care like elective surgeries, but that was too much to ask for. Kept talking about a second wave and how we got to keep fighting, till finally a reporter asked. She dodged the question. A large chunk of the conference was on mail-in voting for a local election coming up (this week maybe?) but she sure did hell mention November a lot.

It could've been worse, but nothing positive about it either.
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(05-04-2020 03:47 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  Today she gave a press conference. I thought for sure she'd allow non-covid care like elective surgeries, but that was too much to ask for. Kept talking about a second wave and how we got to keep fighting, till finally a reporter asked. She dodged the question. A large chunk of the conference was on mail-in voting for a local election coming up (this week maybe?) but she sure did hell mention November a lot.

It could've been worse, but nothing positive about it either.

you guys have a tyrannical problem....not sure how that could be "worse" relative to the bottomless pit-belly that governs....

our Millsap's trained 'biatch' (yeah, it's an xy....biatch for emphasis), figured out quick-like how to back off the hard position of 'pussification'....now it's our mayor that's going learn that lesson veddy soon too....
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Today she also said northern MI and western MI hospitals are near capacity. Nothing could be more BS
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(04-30-2020 08:45 PM)TigerBlue4Ever Wrote:  good, go on twitter and look at all the crazy comments from people responding to one of the loon legislators whining about gun toting men in the gallery above her. And yet not one hint of violence.

Not one hint:

Calvin Munerlyn worked hard to provide for his family as a security guard at Family Dollar in Flint.

His job was to keep customers safe.

Munerlyn, a father of nine, was gunned down after turning a customer away for trying to enter the store without a mask, according to authorities.


https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/m...075901001/
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(05-04-2020 10:52 PM)58-56 Wrote:  
(04-30-2020 08:45 PM)TigerBlue4Ever Wrote:  good, go on twitter and look at all the crazy comments from people responding to one of the loon legislators whining about gun toting men in the gallery above her. And yet not one hint of violence.

Not one hint:

Calvin Munerlyn worked hard to provide for his family as a security guard at Family Dollar in Flint.

His job was to keep customers safe.

Munerlyn, a father of nine, was gunned down after turning a customer away for trying to enter the store without a mask, according to authorities.


https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/m...075901001/

how about the kid in the 'burg that was a victim during a hit and run (trust me....more people are on foot on the roads now)

https://www.wdam.com/2020/05/03/girl-kil...ng-driver/

cases like these will never be measured in scope.....

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(05-04-2020 10:52 PM)58-56 Wrote:  
(04-30-2020 08:45 PM)TigerBlue4Ever Wrote:  good, go on twitter and look at all the crazy comments from people responding to one of the loon legislators whining about gun toting men in the gallery above her. And yet not one hint of violence.

Not one hint:

Calvin Munerlyn worked hard to provide for his family as a security guard at Family Dollar in Flint.

His job was to keep customers safe.

Munerlyn, a father of nine, was gunned down after turning a customer away for trying to enter the store without a mask, according to authorities.


https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/m...075901001/

I serious doubt if Ramonyea Travon Bishop was one of those protesters. I would bet you anything neither had a licence to own the gun.

So what does this have to do with the part you quoted? You might as well picked out any murder/shooting

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