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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

Item 3: KBJ continues to show that she was a diversity hire totally unsuited to be an Associate Justice at SCOTUS. The Senate Republicans were so scared of being labeled racist that they voted to confirm someone obviously not qualified.

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The Republican rebuttal to the State of the Union Address should be a video of Biden's wardrobe being heaved out of a second story White House window.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

DON-- Regarding your comment "I’m like E.F. Hutton. When Surber speaks, Mitch listens", most people will have no clue what this means except old people; like me. Great memories of a great series of ads in my humble opinion. The other series I liked that came along later were the "What If?" ads by Hewlett Packard. They made one think. Something that the younger generations don't do; they simply exist and absorb anything thrown at them through a tiny screen with their heads down pounding away with their thumbs.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

Item 8 I’m sure DEI attorney Leticia James is as corrupt as DEI attorney FANI Willis, yet the item makes no sense. DEI should teach the African American hires to hide their graft and grift as well as the Caucasian politicians do( with the exception of FJB who is an idiot).

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

Item 18 should have read, “Freshman Alabama Senator Katie Britt chosen by Republicans to give the SOTU response, OVER SEASONED FIREBRAND AND SUBSTACK ICON DON SURBER.”

I’m writing a stiff letter to the London Times.

Here’s a sample of what Don would have said: “Don’t politicize a death, say the people who burned down cities over George Floyd.”

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

24 – No one seems to notice that while the DEI employees were fired, their notice encouraged them to seek other positions at the university. The question is whether the university is complying maliciously by moving DEI underground or just putting in a standard clause when firing "redundant" employees.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

#10. The problem with a government shutdown is that when it's over the worthless people still get a paycheck instead of a pink slip.

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The beauty contest analogy is great. Don't tell her she loses second place to None of the Above. *** The Fani v. Trump case has a judge hand picked because of Trump bias. In a non-political context, the judge would issue a one line decision of disqualification. A second line would determine the fate of the case. *** This judge needs two weeks to write a long garbage filled opinion finding there is "an appearance" of bad behavior but the persecution can go on. *** Trump, et al will appeal, placing the case on a short hold. *** Alternative: He could disqualify Fani and her entire office and require a different prosecutor to take over the case. In that scenario, Trump hating Gov. Kemp will play a role in choosing that prosecutor. *** Kemp is a RINO wanting to be Senator Kemp. Anything is possible. *** Item 7: A bit more left out of the story. Rep. Summer Lee was going to appear at a CAIR event. CAIR is a terrorist propaganda, fundraising, and recruitment organization. Part of its mission in America is to encourage the formation of terrorist cells for future use. To that end, it recruits soldiers for training in the Middle East. On rare occasions, our government stops the return of those recruits. Rep. Lee supports such ideology but could not stand the heat from the backlash. *** The putrid smell of DC is strong around McConnell, his wife Elaine Chao and their buddies Pelosi and Schumer. These people are the greatest threat to the nation. Please go away!!! *** #12. Well, Denver is the Mile High City. *** #14. The classic Pyrrhic victory accompanied by the classic politicians dance. The worst part might be the failure of the conservatives to utilize the legal win in a meaningful way. They will never terminate the illegally created programs funded with that money. ***#18. Katie Britt. This is called grooming, political style. Pelosi did the same thing with Stacy Abrams who had plans to run for Georgia governor. *** #25. Laken Riley's murder may seal Trump's triumph in Georgia. The anger crosses political divides and lit the passion of conservatives and church communities. Her funeral occurred yesterday, a day of heavy windblown rain yet over 1000 mourners crowded into the church and more sat outside in their cars. *** An analogy: A widely loved priest is murdered in his church by a low life he caught stealing from the candle collection box. He would have let the thief take the money but was murdered anyway. His congregation would have unanswerable questions and unsated anger. Laken was murdered on the UGA campus which many revere like a church. The community is outraged.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

re: item 17 - positronium. I used to teach a little class in radiation physics - (can't spell geek without EE). As I awaken to the political dangers - to use Alleged President Joe Stolen's rhetoric, the EXISTENTIAL THREAT - to America and the world, my take on the problems with antimatter power, and fusion power for that matter, is a little different. Of course, they are ten years in the future and always will be, but should they figure it out, the biggest problem is that only the gub'ment will be big enough to build out the powerplant. Aside from making the entire grid vulnerable to a single act of sabotage, it puts the most important part of infrastructure entirely under gub'ment control.

What's the alternative? Thorium modular nuclear reactors, small enough to pull in on a tractor-trailer - small, cheap, burn nuclear waste from current light-water reactors, meltdown-proof, and installable by the dozens in every small city in America. Downside? Takes a lot of control out of the Emperor's icy fingers.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

Perfect meme to open a wonderful and witty recap.The omissions or if released convoluted reports remind us of why trust in media has fallen so far so fast.When Surber speaks Patriots listen(cue the RCA Victrola ad) intently and search for verification or repudiation of the issue.Thank you for knocking it out of the park with a hat tip poll crossing home plate.Great week for PDJT and MAGA as we gather steam for a 2024 MAGA win.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

"I’m like E.F. Hutton. When Surber speaks, Mitch listens."

Why did you wait so long?

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

#12 Denver gives jobs to illegals……SouthPark nailed that 20 years ago….They took our Jobs!”…

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

re: kidnapper shot on TV. Odd, the things you remember. I was just recounting that story to an acquaintance last week. I SAW that on TV when it happened. The father was standing in the airport lobby with his back to the camera, looking over a railing. As the sheriffs and the suspect walked by behind him, he turned, and as cool as a head of lettuce, stuck a pistol in the guy's ear and blew him away. Wow.

Now, do you remember the bully (What was his name..... McElroy, I think ..... out in Missouri who had shot, beat up numerous people - intimidated jurors, and if memory serves, had shot the sheriff, too (but not the deputy....HT to Bob Marley) - and was killed by the townspeople? Never solved, I think. Having just read that the WEF wants to ban homegrown food to "combat climate change," it occurs to me that maybe it's time for some more of that.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

#15. Dad deserved a medal 🥇. Father of the year.

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

The Iditarod "...covers 975 miles - nearly twice as long as the Indianapolis 500."

Everything is big in Texas? Hah - cut Alaska in half and Texas will be the third largest state!

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Mar 2Liked by Don Surber

"It is like buying 1,000 scratch-off tickets to win $300."

Don, I am totally stealing this line. This is every jobs program, welfare benefit, probably applies to all foreign aid as well.

Item 9 - I've got a few other thoughts you might pass along to the Murder Turtle if you don't mind.

Item 15 - Gary Plauché saved the State millions of dollars and protected the integrity of our society. This is a culture where honor demands that it is the rapist who must be killed, not the victim.

ITEM 27: One more reason to recognize the Code Duello as a valid law of the land. Men must either stand behind what they say or shut up.

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