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Surely to fuck you could write a program that would do it without all the fucking phones and/or the human?
Someone should tell them there's been a digital revolution.
Seventeen state attorney generals have jointly opposed Garland's announcement about the US and parents and school boards.
Without getting into the politics of this, and conceding that THIS would not be an issue likely to lead to a constitutional crisis, let's consider the list below and discuss how this might play out if it WERE an issue of fundamental rights such as the right to keep and bear arms. (Although parental control of how their children are educated is pretty fundamental, and emotional.)
So that's almost all the south, a couple of major midwest states, and a scattering across the west. Also the home states of the most important US Army bases.
Could the remaining 33 coerce these 17?
I would hope and argue that the US would not even try.
gweirda wrote:Dunning–Kruger effect, perhaps?
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