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You miss out on those early basics of critical thinking.

One of these things is not like the others,
One of these things just doesn’t belong,
Can you tell which thing is not like the others
By the time I finish my song?

From time to time a right wingnut concern troll will try to leave a comment here. Our system defaults to automatic moderation – that is, comments have to be approved. We don’t allow such comments to be linked to the original post, but on occasion, when we see fit, we’ll mock these attempts.

We see fit.

An attempted comment to a post about the priorities of the right wingnut republican controlled Missouri General Assembly:

Why not even the odds…why are you not doing the same on the Democrats? If your really concerned about inflation check on all parties Not just one!

Uh, actual reality:

Republicans maintain supermajority in Missouri Legislature following midterms
by Ryan Pivoney | November 10, 2022 at 4:03 a.m.

Republicans maintained their supermajority in both chambers of the Missouri General Assembly after Tuesday’s election.

Republicans hold 111 of the 163 seats in the Missouri House and 24 of the 34 seats in the state Senate, according to unofficial election results from the Missouri Secretary of State. Democrats have 52 seats in the House and 10 seats in the Senate. A two-thirds majority in both the House and Senate are needed to override governor vetoes.

Republicans have maintained control of both chambers for the past two decades.

Contemplate the meaning of a “veto proof majority” and how the Missouri General Assembly has operated for the past twenty years. You know, actually pay attention.

“…Even the odds…”

What is that supposed to mean?



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