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Manchin voted to confirm Jefferson Beauregard Sessions the Third, William Pelham Barr, Mike Pompeo, Rick Grenell and Brett Kavanaugh, but has a problem with Neera Tanden and Deb Haaland.Joe Manchin is a premium POS.
Party’s most conservative senator, from one of the poorest states, has advocated for a rise only to $11 an hour – but workers say it’s not enoughwww.theguardian.com
jesus christ. are you on drugs this afternoon?
No. The most likely and reasonable response of anyone who thinks you should not be taken seriously is to... not take you seriously. This dramatic victim performance is ridiculous.
Enron folks went to jail for profiteering off California during the blackouts in 2001. Ken Lay was convicted too, but that ghoul died before he could be sentenced.
US Senators have real power over people's lives whereas you're just a random online guy with a fetish for getting endlessly dunked on /shrug
Allow me to give you a tip, gratis*:
Do not attempt to be sarcastic or humorous.
You are unable to do either. You are welcome.
* "gratis" is latin for "free"
Recall my suggestion about sarcasm just above?Folks we have a benevolent dictator on our hands, all the suppression of freedoms is for your own good. Do what the dictator says and all will be well. Do as I say and you can have your freedom of speech.
I'll allow it, but... It wasn't suggesting there was criminality in TX, simply pointing out that energy companies don't like letting a bad situation go to waste.Enron where guilty of “manufacturing” shortages. As scummy as these Texans where they didn’t initiate the bad weather. Energy companies in Texas where simply not prepared for this. In addition they don’t have arrangements in place with surrounding states to cover any shortages. There is a difference between being a piece of s##%t and breaking the law. Especially in America
Enron where guilty of “manufacturing” shortages. As scummy as these Texans where they didn’t initiate the bad weather. Energy companies in Texas where simply not prepared for this. In addition they don’t have arrangements in place with surrounding states to cover any shortages. There is a difference between being a piece of s##%t and breaking the law. Especially in America
A fundamental flaw in the freewheeling Texas electricity market left millions powerless and freezing in the dark this week during a historic cold snap. The core problem: Power providers can reap rewards by supplying electricity to Texas customers, but they aren’t required to do it and face no penalties for failing to deliver during a lengthy emergency. That led to the fiasco that left millions of people in the nation’s second-most-populous state without power for days. A severe storm paralyzed almost every energy source, from power plants to wind turbines, because their owners hadn’t made the investments needed to produce electricity in subfreezing temperatures. While power providers collectively failed, the companies themselves didn’t break any rules.