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Posted By: Garnet, 5/8/2020 5:44:53 AM

Abraham Lincoln is frequently credited with the following aphorism: “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” These words may well have been misattributed to the Great Emancipator, but their wisdom is difficult to dispute. Indeed, during the past two months, the nation’s Democratic governors have clearly demonstrated that the temporary possession of emergency powers can unmask the hidden tyrant in even the most unremarkable politician. Virtually all have overreached their legitimate mandates, and few show any inclination to relinquish their newfound authority. This has not only produced widespread protests but has also led to dozens of constitutional lawsuits.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: MMC 5/8/2020 6:11:15 AM (No. 404659)
Gov HalfWhitmer of The (Formerly) Great State of Michigan needs to be sued - and is being sued.. She was denied further emergency powers by legislature. Her nonsense phase of what is and isn’t essential is - maddening. Detroit is 52 % if population- why Democrat’s govern for that small geographic area. Hospitals in rural areas won’t survive/ nor will small businesses. But, the former Soros employee doesn’t care/ her way or the highway she can’t fix either.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: ARKfamily 5/8/2020 6:39:30 AM (No. 404673)
Yesterday I was reading on Rush's website about a caller wanting to talk about Dr. Judy Mikovits and the Plandemic movie. I am very disappointed in Rush that he doesn't have the 26 minutes to watch it etc. This over reaction by Democrat governors with the virus outbreak makes me wonder about a lot of things and then I see video clips of Dr. Anthony Fauci that make me question things even more. Dr. Anthony Fauci stated on January 11, 2017 that President Trump, no doubt will experience a viral disease outbreak. Rush Limbaugh, how do you explain that? Look up the definition of conspire and you see a lot of that going around lately. DOJ dropping case against Michael Flynn. A lot of conspiring going around; it almost seems like a disease in itself. . .
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Reply 3 - Posted by: TCloud 5/8/2020 7:09:28 AM (No. 404699)
It is Capitalism vs Socialism and I see an attempt at Economic Coup d'etat!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: F15 Gork 5/8/2020 7:12:39 AM (No. 404701)
I suspect that every last one of these dem governors will be re-elected....
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Periwinkel 5/8/2020 7:36:59 AM (No. 404725)
I certainly hope our Democrat governor faces LOTS and LOTS of lawsuits. As Attorney General he spent four years bringing frivolous lawsuits against our Republican Governor, Matt Bevin. The new Dem governor and former AG, Andy Beshear, already has one lawsuit brought by his new AG, a republican. Interesting, I don't think Andy will be re-elected since Kentucky is a deep red state, and Beshear's whole administration is Republican. The stomping, bellowing teachers hated Matt Bevin so much they launched a nationwide campaign and got lots of NEA and AFT money to defeat him.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Bur Oak 5/8/2020 8:03:55 AM (No. 404768)
It's a shame that governors can't be held personally liable for exceeding their powers and infringing upon the constitutional rights of citizens. #2 I too heard Rush's comments on Dr. Mikovits. He went on to destroy a "strawman" at which point I turned him off.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Chuzzles 5/8/2020 8:21:03 AM (No. 404808)
The governor's powers last only as long as the actual crisis does. These fools are looking for any way they can find to extend this. I would not be surprised if vote by mail and getting to the next flu season so they can shut down again is their goal.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Krause 5/8/2020 8:23:35 AM (No. 404813)
Maybe they actually want to bankrupt their states. It fits right in line with all the other negative things the dems want. I don't believe there is even one democrat that wants to 'make America great again.' Most of them hate at those words.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: JJLizzie 5/8/2020 8:24:22 AM (No. 404816)
The best hope is you see many sheriffs say they won't enforce the laws. They spend their lives arresting bad guys and they don't want to arrest normal people just wanting to make a living.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: J F Ackerman 5/8/2020 8:32:28 AM (No. 404828)
Respect our Constitutional rights! Open Our Churches!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: walcb 5/8/2020 9:06:08 AM (No. 404863)
Yes, as some have noted Rush was not his usual well prepared self yesterday. I imagine the treatments have been eating up a lot of his time. But to the issue, isn't it refreshing to see the Dim governors exposed to protestors, a group of people who could be classified as the silent majority?
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 5/8/2020 9:31:50 AM (No. 404887)
No more needs to be said about what a totalitarian government would bring. Various marxist governors just put totalitarianism, communism, facism, marxism, and socialism on full display for all to see. IMHO, the pandemic was engineered and planned from the very beginning. The Rothchilds et al were growing very impatient with the lack of progress being made to achieve the new world order.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: jacksin5 5/8/2020 9:47:37 AM (No. 404918)
Maine's Governor Mills is convening a 37 member Covid Task Force, with the first report due out in August,and the final report slated for December. Will the State remain in lockdown until the final report is released?
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Lawsy0 5/8/2020 9:51:20 AM (No. 404925)
Our Governor is a Republican, but the creepy little mayor of the capital city is the baby brother of the silent liberal Senator Cooper (who has been sleeping in the senate chamber for 17 years). So naturally, Nashville is shut up tighter than a tick!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: MDConservative 5/8/2020 10:22:36 AM (No. 404959)
These lawsuits are popping up in many, if not all the states where executive order tyranny is the order of the day...Blue and Red.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Rather Read 5/8/2020 10:26:28 AM (No. 404963)
It seems like a handful of governors are holding on to power with clenched fists. And they are the ones who are lauded as being good managers. Meanwhile, those who actually are (like the governor of Florida) are ignored or derided.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: bigfatslob 5/8/2020 10:33:29 AM (No. 404970)
The Nazi style governess of New Mexico, Grissom, is on the road to totally destroy the state. It can't stand another month before it's a wasteland not fit to give to the illegals. If anyone defies her she sends the state storm troopers and National Guard to end the protest. Grissom did it to the mayor and village of Grants, New Mexico. The sad part about this is we are the bluest of blue states and she probably will get re-elected and if Biden gets the nomination will receive the electoral votes but I still intend to vote for President Trump.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: stablemoney 5/8/2020 10:36:41 AM (No. 404973)
Pile those lawsuits up, miles high. Sue the governor's personally. Sue their offices. Sue their staff. Sue their lawyers, and ask that their licenses to practice be relinquished. Sue the leftist judges. Do not ever relent in the protection of your property and liberties.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: felixcat 5/8/2020 10:50:31 AM (No. 404988)
This was posted on the Powerline blog yesterday: not my words. The Bayh–Dole Act, signed into law by Carter in Dec 1980 (after Reagan won election), changed US patent law to allow government funded researchers into vaccines and other medicines to patent their medical inventions, even if the research was funded by the US taxpayer. The idea was to encourage government funded researchers to share in the financial rewards of vaccines/medicines they developed. There may be underlying conflicts of interest at work in the Covid 19 response. It would be good if all conflicts were disclosed (looking at you Dr. Faucci and Bill Gates) before embarking on mass (mandatory?) vaccinations.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: LadyHen 5/8/2020 11:34:06 AM (No. 405037)
If there is one thing this whole scenario should have finally taught us it is that those who said "they can't/won't do that!" were fatally wrong. They will do anything we allow and try to do more. And they will be helped by military and LEOs who are "just following orders." Hence why the 2A is the ultimate target. Citizen or subject, that is the only choice.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: whyyeseyec 5/8/2020 11:35:14 AM (No. 405040)
What good does it do to sue Crat governors? It is the state taxpayers who ultimately pick up the tab while the politicians eventually walk unscathed. If no criminal activity can be prosecuted resulting in prison time then what is the point? People will just be suing themselves.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: mc squared 5/8/2020 11:56:25 AM (No. 405072)
Like France, the country taken without a shot fired
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Reply 23 - Posted by: DVC 5/8/2020 12:13:57 PM (No. 405089)
They are lucky not to be facing armed citizens.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Luandir 5/8/2020 1:19:40 PM (No. 405178)
I hope and expect that there will be recall drives in all these states, as soon as citizens are free to circulate petitions.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 5/8/2020 1:20:39 PM (No. 405179)
How many years will it be before it’s finally officially revealed as a PLANDEMIC? What a farce! Just another “coup” by the left!
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Reply 26 - Posted by: cheeflo 5/8/2020 6:45:04 PM (No. 405408)
#1 -- Detroit proper is actually only about 7% of the total Michigan population. Detroit's population is 667,272 and Michigan's is 10,049,029 (these are the latest confirmed numbers I can find). The balance of Wayne county (Detroit), Oakland, Macomb, and Washtenaw (Ann Arbor) counties, the most populous counties adjacent to Detroit, make up about 4.2 million, just under half the total state population.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: joew9 5/8/2020 7:20:06 PM (No. 405438)
The purpose of the lockdown was to flatten the curve. But they went too far and the curve has become concave.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Omen55 5/9/2020 12:38:54 AM (No. 405538)
All of dem can only be controlled with a boot to their throats.
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