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  1. Drawing parallels between the millions of protestors after Floyd and a white supremacist who killed 10 black people? Not a great look for you. This place is hopeless. See y'all next winter. I'm out.
  2. I assume you're referencing the looting? Is that terrorism? Is that a hate crime?
  3. I don't know wtf you are talking about. I'm not sure when the last time there was a liberal terrorist attack was (maybe the DC baseball shooting?) but I'm pretty sure it was before I even knew about this forum. How was I supposed to be outraged? The fact of the matter is that for decades, the vast majority of yhe home-grown terrorism has been coming from the extreme right. Read the Wikipedia article on Timothy McVeigh and I'm pretty sure you'd be describing 30% of current conservatives. Far right terrorism is nothing new, but their ideology being pushed by influential people like that Lt governor, Tucker Carlson, and the former president is something that only recently has been happening.
  4. Yawn? Seriously? Shameful. That's a freaking leut governor spouting the same hate as actual klansmen. How exactly is that the same as some fringe people with a social media account talking about killing more cops? You take false equivalency to a whole new level.
  5. https://www.thedailybeast.com/texas-lt-gov-dan-patrick-spews-racist-great-replacement-theory-on-fox-news Politicians normalizing the theory.
  6. No comments about a white supremacist killed 10 people that left a manifesto espousing the same replacement theory bullsh*t that the #1 rated conservative talk show host has ranted about? Odd since usually this place is pretty good about reporting breaking news.
  7. Lots of "pro-life" fakers on here. I said my life went on after my fence being tagged...once. Was it annoying? Sure. But I don't think it warrants ranting about it on a weather forum. There are way more important things to be angry about than graffiti - like why there are so many homeless people in this extremely wealthy country. We are failing as a society. If we just toughen up then a city full of graffiti and homeless people living in 3rd world conditions in publics spaces literally everywhere is all good -- are you kidding me? All good? I think it's terrible people in such a rich city have to do that. The problem I have with you is that: 1.) You are pretending that the solution is simple. (More cops or just kick them out). Where do they go? The non-existent shelters on the east side? 2.) You are placing the blame on literally everything wrong about this city on a few city council members. That is flat out wrong. I hate Sawant as much as the next person, but she's not responsible for the entire city shutting down for 2 years. This would have a significant negative impact on literally ANY city.
  8. How about you stop misrepresenting my position? You've been doing that a lot lately and it's getting annoying.
  9. Huh? Why just the screenshot?
  10. NY times McConnell better be careful or he could legit rally dem voters, especially young ones who are notoriously bad at voting. Not sure it was wise politically to say something like this.
  11. The founder said some questionable things around eugenics, but I dont see the racism. In 1966, Martin Luther King Jr. made clear that he agreed that Sanger’s life’s work was anything but inhumane. In 1966, when King received Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award in Human Rights, he praised her contributions to the black community. “There is a striking kinship between our movement and Margaret Sanger’s early efforts,” he said. “…Margaret Sanger had to commit what was then called a crime in order to enrich humanity, and today we honor her courage and vision.” either way, Andie is right - birth control should be free.
  12. So was literally the entire Western world...? Low quality post.
  13. lol. So I guess the SC nominees get to say whatever the f*ck they want under oath because...opinions change? I wonder if his opinion that he's never gotten black-out drunk in his life also changed. Gimme a break.
  14. Perjury? “It is important precedent of the Supreme Court that has been reaffirmed many times,” Kavanaugh said in response to one of a slew of questions on abortion during his confirmation hearings. Furthermore, Kavanaugh underscored that the core tenets of the landmark 1973 decision were upheld nearly two decades later: “It is not as if it is just a run-of-the-mill case that was decided and never been reconsidered.”
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