Join Jim and Greg as they expose the insanity of Tennessee Rep. Steve Cohen, who says the National Guard could be a threat to Biden since many of them probably voted for Trump. They also pummel Joe Biden for yet another nomination based solely on identity politics rather than competence. And they also condemn Biden for planning to kill the Keystone XL Pipeline, despite many good reasons for the project to continue.

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  1. kedavis Member
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    Cohen quoted that National Guard and many others take an oath to the Constitution, but maybe he thinks that’s the same as taking an oath to whoever the president happens to be.  But as far as I know, the oaths are to protect and defend the Constitution, “against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”  Let that sink in for a bit.

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  2. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    Is it possible for the Keystone Pipeline to be completed without Presidential “permission,” since it has already crossed the national border?  Seems like the states might be able to tell Biden and his EPA etc to pound sand, if they want to.

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  3. Bishop Wash Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Is it possible for the Keystone Pipeline to be completed without Presidential “permission,” since it has already crossed the national border? Seems like the states might be able to tell Biden and his EPA etc to pound sand, if they want to.

    I haven’t followed the Keystone Pipeline for years. Shouldn’t it be completed by now? I was surprised to see it as an issue that Biden’s handlers brought up.

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  4. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    Bishop Wash (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Is it possible for the Keystone Pipeline to be completed without Presidential “permission,” since it has already crossed the national border? Seems like the states might be able to tell Biden and his EPA etc to pound sand, if they want to.

    I haven’t followed the Keystone Pipeline for years. Shouldn’t it be completed by now? I was surprised to see it as an issue that Biden’s handlers brought up.

    I think a lot of it “domestically” was already finished, perhaps especially in Canada.  The sticking points that brought a lot of lawsuits were crossing the US border and a few places where it was challenged for crossing “sacred” Indian land, which only seems to be “sacred” until they want a landfill or a casino or something.

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  5. Stephen Richter Member
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    just incredible.  Cannot listen to republican commentators any more.  All appear to buy into the “republican working class bad” meme being spread by democrats.  

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  6. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    Stephen Richter (View Comment):

    just incredible. Cannot listen to republican commentators any more. All appear to buy into the “republican working class bad” meme being spread by democrats.

    The Dem leaders/elites hate their working class too, but their working class either doesn’t notice or doesn’t care.

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  7. Bishop Wash Member
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    As Jim once again gets things wrong, Greg is able to refrain from calling Richard Levine a lady. Right off the bat Jim refers to him as she. Don’t participate in the lie.

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  8. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    “Killing Keystone,” the next thriller from Bill O’Reilly.

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  9. Taras Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    “Killing Keystone,” the next thriller from Bill O’Reilly.

    Does this make the Biden administration the Keystone Kops?

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