America First and Groypers thread

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
@LaurenWitzkeDE: Biden’s weaponized Department of Homeland Security has now put my Tru News Co-Host, Edward Szall on their SSSS watch-list.

He was placed on the list only because he traveled with me for work. They told him he will be on the list for life. If Edward travels with anyone in the future, they will put them on the list also.

The regime is tracking down patriots and putting them on shadow domestic terrorist watch-lists. This is so, so evil.


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SSSS” - It stands for Secondary Security Screen Selection. SSSS means the person get an extra rigorous full-body screening, thorough examination of luggage and detailed questioning of travel plans past and present. And so on.
 

Eusebius Erasmus

Pelican
Orthodox
@LaurenWitzkeDE: Biden’s weaponized Department of Homeland Security has now put my Tru News Co-Host, Edward Szall on their SSSS watch-list.

He was placed on the list only because he traveled with me for work. They told him he will be on the list for life. If Edward travels with anyone in the future, they will put them on the list also.

The regime is tracking down patriots and putting them on shadow domestic terrorist watch-lists. This is so, so evil.


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SSSS” - It stands for Secondary Security Screen Selection. SSSS means the person get an extra rigorous full-body screening, thorough examination of luggage and detailed questioning of travel plans past and present. And so on.

"But bro, the US is a free country. Don't worry, Trump is in control. Hillary is in Guantanamo, and the patriots just need to put up with Biden's travel restrictions. Don't worry, we are a democracy -- unlike Russia! Thank God we have the right to our political opinions... am I right?"
 

stugatz

Pelican
Catholic
1) Age restrictions for alcohol make some sense. However, the age limit being 21 instead of 18 (or even 16) makes 0 sense. If you can be charged as an adult for a crime or serve in the military, why can't you go to the tavern and enjoy a beer?
I've always been in favor of drinking allowed at 16, driving allowed at 18, and voting allowed at 21. (Or maybe even 25 - that's the age you can rent a car at, so make car renting available at 21, and voting available at 25.)

I do think drinking needs to be watched by society, but knowing how to handle your liquor should come before you learn to drive. Or at least that always made sense to me. But then are there going to be bars that cater to teenage-only crowds?
 

ScannerLIV

Woodpecker
The thing about drinking under 21 in usa is that people never socialize at home and there is essentially zero social public space for youth to hang out as in Europe (parks, squares, river banks , etc) on top of accessible public transportation.

So for these reasons I'm against setting age of drinking to 16.

Moreover if people-across all ages have no place to socialize, then teens are more liable to drink often. After all the boredom is why people drink, smoke weed, watch porn, play video games and watch entertainment far more than anywhere else in the world.
 

darknavigator

Robin
Catholic
My father was a tool used by the jays to trick their god, so they did not have to follow his rules.

What an embarrassing thing to stand before them and say. If my father did such a thing, I would never tell anyone.

This is why Rabbinical Judaism / Talmudism has zero credibility as a belief system!
 

eradicator

Peacock
Agnostic
Gold Member
I've always been in favor of drinking allowed at 16, driving allowed at 18, and voting allowed at 21. (Or maybe even 25 - that's the age you can rent a car at, so make car renting available at 21, and voting available at 25.)

I do think drinking needs to be watched by society, but knowing how to handle your liquor should come before you learn to drive. Or at least that always made sense to me. But then are there going to be bars that cater to teenage-only crowds?
The logic is that if you can be drafted into the military you should be able to vote and drink. And drive an automobile
 

MartyMcFly

Kingfisher
Other Christian
I've always been in favor of drinking allowed at 16, driving allowed at 18, and voting allowed at 21. (Or maybe even 25 - that's the age you can rent a car at, so make car renting available at 21, and voting available at 25.)

I do think drinking needs to be watched by society, but knowing how to handle your liquor should come before you learn to drive. Or at least that always made sense to me. But then are there going to be bars that cater to teenage-only crowds?
I found the car rental age of 21 ridiculous. These companies are fine with 18-year olds invading Iraq and risking their lives to 'protect 'the USA' but then when they come back home, they can't rent a car. I remember a motel said I could not rent a room when I got out of the military and was traveling because I wasn't 21 (actually, I was but the idiot just saw 'not 21 until XXX date and didn't understand how to read a calendar) and I had to sleep in my car. Another example of ridiculous rules.

If you can join the military, you definitely should be allowed to vote. After all, that politician may send you to war. You have a right to determine who may do this.

Why can't teenagers hang out at the bar with older adults? Drinking beer at a bar and playing darks and billiards and watching sports is pretty harmless. If parents raise their kids well, the kids will drink responsibly and maybe the parents can arrange to pick the kids up afterwards if there is no public transport.

I do favor voting tests being required for all ages. The tests should be free and study guides should be provided (just like a driving permit test). If you are too lazy to study for a basic test (the questions should be reasonable), then you don't deserve to vote. The test should only be in English (study guides can be bilingual). There are plenty of mature teens that deserve to vote and plenty of older adults that don't deserve to. Perhaps a work-related income requirement could be required for younger people. I can see the idea that a jobless 16-year old should not be allowed to vote because he/she likely is not mature enough.
 
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