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HR 6666 (what kinda title is that?)

Discussion in 'Politics' started by OldDude49, May 11, 2020.


  1. OldDude49

    OldDude49 Just n old guy

    just got this info this morning... and I find myself going huh WTAF?

    according to some this will allow them to come into your home against your will... test you... against your will... and then quarantine you...

    and perhaps MOVE you to a different location????? hmmm....

    time to do some reading I guess...


    if anyone has more info it would be appreciated...


    "COVID-19 Consumer Data Protection Act"

    Text - H.R.6666 - 116th Congress (2019-2020): COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, And Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act

    TRACE Act HR6666: What Does the Coronavirus Bill Propose? | Heavy.com

    HR 6666 - COVID–19 Testing, Reaching, And Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act - Uncle Sam's Misguided Children

    HR 6666 (hmmmm 3 6’s)

    COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, And Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act (H.R. 6666)

    Democrats Introduce House Bill H.R.6666 To Award Grants To Eligible Entities To Conduct COVID-19 Testing And Contact Tracing Surveillance • Now The End Begins



    interest... this is a form of the bill from way back in 2012???? and it read considerably different then...???

    Text of H.R. 6666 (112th): Healthy Communities through Helping to Offer Incentives and Choices to Everyone in Society ... (Introduced version) - GovTrack.us





    seems some are very upset over it all... and have set up this response...???

    Send this NOTICE of NON-CONSENT to say NO to the "Big Brother" bill (HR 6666) and preserve YOUR RIGHTS!
     
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  2. Oddcaliber

    Oddcaliber Monkey++

    Democrat sponsored bill with 6666 as it's number. What could go wrong? LOL
     
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  3. Lancer

    Lancer TANSTAFL! Site Supporter+++

    You don't need the 4th Amendment! It's so 1791-ish....
     
  4. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    Meh...folks go full metal satanic panic and lose their minds. What if Republicans had sponsored a bill of the same numbering?
     
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  5. Merkun

    Merkun furious dreamer

    What if the sky really IS falling? Neither your post nor this one has one iota of relevance to the thread.
     
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  6. OldDude49

    OldDude49 Just n old guy

    it's interesting what, when, and how some people react to post...
     
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  7. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    Given that the thread title specifically references the the legislation's title, questioning the title heading and by inference its numbering...my reply to OddCalibre's remarks in post #2 HR 6666 (what kinda title is that?) is relevant.

    I get that this thread is just another of OD49's anti Democrat spit ball threads, and that is pretty much its only value in the eternal politically partisan tribal warfare that some folk indulge themselves in here...but putting any significance into the numbering of the referenced legislation??? That is patently ludicrous.

    If as is implied, that somehow the number 6666 is a link to the "Mark of the Beast", then I would expect that all Christian religious organisations should refuse to accept, nay, refuse to apply for financial grants being offered under this legislation...they should be principled enough not to accept anything tainted by 'the mark of the beast". But no, they'll break their necks with their begging bowls out for Uncle Sugar to fill with FRNs....so that those churches and their pastors can do some cheesy Jesusy proselyting with. Some Christians will supp with the Devil in order to spread their superstitious beliefs...which benefits Satan...mightily...he gets to keep his gig as Christianity's super villain...when Christianity dies, so does he...as have all the other heroes and villains of dead religions.

    Refusing to accept money is the right thing for religious organisations to do....what need have they of PPE, if as has been put in recent Covid19 related protests....

    [​IMG]
    The truck signage is a falsifiable truth claim just dying to be tested. :rolleyes:
     
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  8. OldDude49

    OldDude49 Just n old guy

    oh really? Perhaps you can prove it is a false claim?
     
  9. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    Edit: I said that it (The truck signage in the image above) was a falsifiable truth claim, which is not quite the same as saying that it was a false claim.

    That would be an easily enough experiment to construct, leaving aside any ethical restraints on conducting such an experiment.

    In a randomised human clinical trial, test the safety and effectiveness of the "Jesus vaccine" in competition with various medically researched vaccines, with a control group of test candidates which may be given a placebo or no vaccine at all.

    If the "Jesus vaccine" is no more effective in preventing Covid19 infection than the control group, then the truth claim that Jesus is the vaccine has been falsified as an effective preventative for Covid19....but that is elementary science that some may not have quite comprehended. :p

    But then again, you may also have failed to recognise that, as your dear leader has often put it...it was a sarcastic comment. Perhaps the embedded double entendre was not obvious enough.

    It should be noted that supernatural agency is not amenable to scientific falsification, simply because 'believers' have an inexhaustible supply of apologetics to explain away scientific results that disagree with their own claims. The other thing to note, is that the truck's signage is a statement of belief, or perhaps more accurately, a statement of 'faith', not a statement of fact.

    Here is a YouTube clip that may enlighten you (and others) as to the concepts and processes of scientific hypothesis falsification.

     
    Last edited: May 12, 2020
  10. arleigh

    arleigh Goophy monkey

    That is an intelligent hypothesis, as a matter of fact, dad and I would examine the miracle we had experienced and postulated that it might have been coincidental.
    However quite often we were the only ones aware of the problem we had prayed for there no one else was privy to our need at that moment, and it was in that moment the answer came. God knew our need before we asked, and put things in motion long before we knew the need would arise. This happens more often with in the lives of those that seek to obey Him on a personal level. it is least likely to happen with in the lives of those that do not seek after Jesus Lordship in their lives normally.
    I trust God to watch over me, I have all my life. I endeavor not to tempt God by doing things I know are stupid.
    Usually if the way ahead is not optimum I get guidance to go another way or simply wait. There have been times I failed to turn to God's instruction and found my self in trouble or simply delayed unnecessarily. Not all delays are bad I've learned to be patient.
    I have not had a broken bone. I have only been in a hospital to visit those that are sick.
    I know that God is watching over me, and even if I die tonight I ha e lived far longer than I expected to, and it is not this life I live for but the God I serve whom I live for.
     
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  11. OldDude49

    OldDude49 Just n old guy

    interesting...

    guess the above proves it for you...

    been alive too long and seen too much... so...

    it don't prove anything to me...
     
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