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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    The current standard bearer for the Republican party also couldn't answer the question "what is a woman" when asked by Piers Morgan. So I don't know what your point is.

    I Googled alternatives to baby formula and there was a boatload...
    I know people can "make their own" formula, but I believe the FDA recommends against that because getting the correct vitams and nutriants right isn't easy to do..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban2.0 View Post
    I know people can "make their own" formula, but I believe the FDA recommends against that because getting the correct vitams and nutriants right isn't easy to do..
    Iím pretty sure itís also not recommended to make oneís own ground beef or toilet paper. Iím just trying to figure out why those things are different than this product where thereís a shortage.

    Iím just trying to determine why the party of limited government so strongly wants the federal government to get involved and presumably make baby formula. They say that it canít even walk straight without falling over and get they trust it to do this very specific task that the largest manufacturer couldnít do properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    Iím pretty sure itís also not recommended to make oneís own ground beef or toilet paper. Iím just trying to figure out why those things are different than this product where thereís a shortage.

    Iím just trying to determine why the party of limited government so strongly wants the federal government to get involved and presumably make baby formula. They say that it canít even walk straight without falling over and get they trust it to do this very specific task that the largest manufacturer couldnít do properly.
    I really have to laugh here.

    I'm picturing you at a CVS with bare shelves explaining to a desperate mom with twins all about the 10th Amendment and how none of this is the Administration's fault and it must be solved locally.

    She doesn't care.

    And making your own toilet paperÖÖÖno problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    I really have to laugh here.

    I'm picturing you at a CVS with bare shelves explaining to a desperate mom with twins all about the 10th Amendment and how none of this is the Administration's fault and it must be solved locally.

    She doesn't care.

    And making your own toilet paperÖÖÖno problem.
    ....says the guy that steals toilet paper from work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    I really have to laugh here.

    I'm picturing you at a CVS with bare shelves explaining to a desperate mom with twins all about the 10th Amendment and how none of this is the Administration's fault and it must be solved locally.

    She doesn't care.

    And making your own toilet paperÖÖÖno problem.
    There are a lot of things that I would make the argument that the federal government should do but are stifled by the 10th Amendment. Listen you either get to be a nation of laws or you don't. Now I don't know why I'm having to explain this to a conservative, but the federal government's job simply isn't producing baby formula. And I'm not aware of any federal law that empowers them to do so or compel anyone to do so.

    The best that I see they could do is allow the plant that was producing baby formula that was killing infants to do so again. Then we need to decide whether more infants are being harmed/killed by the defective formula they were making or by not getting formula. But I am concerned...to put it mildly...that we would consider a decision to re-open the plant telling women that there is a strong non-zero chance they get more of that formula that killed infants.
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    the delays of the courts needs to end at some point.
    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    And if people got **** counsel, well they had to die so the court could move fasterÖbut tell me again how pro-life you are!
    I was told there would be pro-life! Not pro-death!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    There are a lot of things that I would make the argument that the federal government should do but are stifled by the 10th Amendment. Listen you either get to be a nation of laws or you don't. Now I don't know why I'm having to explain this to a conservative, but the federal government's job simply isn't producing baby formula. And I'm not aware of any federal law that empowers them to do so or compel anyone to do so.

    The best that I see they could do is allow the plant that was producing baby formula that was killing infants to do so again. Then we need to decide whether more infants are being harmed/killed by the defective formula they were making or by not getting formula. But I am concerned...to put it mildly...that we would consider a decision to re-open the plant telling women that there is a strong non-zero chance they get more of that formula that killed infants.
    So we can't find it in the Constitution where it allows the Fed to solve the baby formula problem.

    But abortion, pornography, health care, religion in school et alÖÖthat's crystal clear covered in the the Constitution. Right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    The current standard bearer for the Republican party also couldn't answer the question "what is a woman" when asked by Piers Morgan. So I don't know what your point is.

    I Googled alternatives to baby formula and there were a boatload...
    There is one and only one. Boobie Milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    Iím pretty sure itís also not recommended to make oneís own ground beef or toilet paper. Iím just trying to figure out why those things are different than this product where thereís a shortage.

    Iím just trying to determine why the party of limited government so strongly wants the federal government to get involved and presumably make baby formula. They say that it canít even walk straight without falling over and get they trust it to do this very specific task that the largest manufacturer couldnít do properly.
    That's going to be near impossible. You're not wired that way to understand the difference and the rest of the left not pointing this drivel says something about them too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    So we can't find it in the Constitution where it allows the Fed to solve the baby formula problem.

    But abortion, pornography, health care, religion in school et alÖÖthat's crystal clear covered in the the Constitution. Right.
    The only right you mentioned that is an affirmative right to a product is health care. And I donít know that a SCOTUS has ruled people have a right to health care. The others you mentioned are items that people have received protection from government action. Literally 100% different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    The only right you mentioned that is an affirmative right to a product is health care. And I donít know that a SCOTUS has ruled people have a right to health care. The others you mentioned are items that people have received protection from government action. Literally 100% different.
    Wrong again.

    None of the items mentioned are in the Constitution. they have all been granted by very loose interpretations. Very generous interpretations in many cases.

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    I wish she would talk about us working together more.

    BTW this isn't off her head, this is a speech they wrote, that she's reading from.


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    If there was a natural disaster or some other problem, we're probably ****ed.


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    Joe Biden powerfully gets Abbott to re-open their baby formula production plan safely.

    ó Me doing a BOP impersonation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zmaster52 View Post
    Didnít the right constantly say how Biden should take a competency exam? Lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban2.0 View Post
    I wish she would talk about us working together more.

    BTW this isn't off her head, this is a speech they wrote, that she's reading from.

    What a monster.

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