2309192000Tu gods AMONG MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) – Gustav Klimt:
It’s a wise man that doesn’t marry himself to anything – power, wealth, status, or women etc.
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Article 4, Section 4 of our United States Constitution CLEARLY guarantees, thereby obligates Joe Biden with a guarantee:
Article 4, Section 4 excerpt from our United States Constitution:
“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall
protect each of them against Invasion;”
This is not a choice given Biden, it’s an absolute obligation imposed on him by our Constitution and our founding fathers -- IT'S NOT A CHOICE FOR HIM TO MAKE! For you convenience below is the definition of GUARANTEE – the precise word used to induce states to become party to this union. To do otherwise is perpetration of fraud upon such states – indeed all states.
"we offer a 10-year guarantee against rusting"
Similar: warranty, warrant, contract, covenant, bond, assurance, promise.
▪ something that gives a certainty of outcome:
"past performance is no guarantee of future results"
Similar: promise, assurance, word, word of honor, pledge, vow, oath, bond, commitment.
▪ a thing serving as security for a formal pledge to pay another person's debt.
▪ less common term for guarantor
"the con artist guarantees that the dirt pile will yield at least 20 ounces of gold"
▪ provide a formal assurance regarding (something, especially a product):
"the repairs will be guaranteed for three years"
▪ provide financial security for; underwrite:
"a demand that $100,000 be deposited to guarantee their costs"
Similar: underwrite, sponsor, support, back, insure, indemnify, vouch for, put up collateral for, give earnest money for, provide surety for, provide (financial) security for.
Informal: be ready to pick up the tab for, bankroll.
▪ promise with certainty:
"no one can guarantee a profit on stocks"
Similar: promise, swear, swear to the fact, pledge, vow, undertake, give one's word, give an assurance, give assurances, give an undertaking, give a pledge, swear an oath, take an oath, cross one's heart (and hope to die).
late 17th century (in the sense ‘guarantor&rsquo: perhaps from Spanish garante, corresponding to French garant (see warrant), later influenced by French garantie ‘guaranty’.
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