Betcha if they knew I was a Trump voter, they'd stop asking me to register.
@Pyvin, god I hope not. I mean, I hope you want more people to vote too. If the news is true then... can’t finish THAT statement....
let’s try again, I have heard people say that if more people were voting that would work out poorly for Trump. IF true, then I’d take that as a sign he shouldn’t be president. I’m not convinced one way or another though. For me, I’m honestly just frustrated with the f’ed kinda apathy/ unhealthy loyalty that has led us to an unprecedented 3 presidents in a row with two terms. I want people to look and think and care and vote, which ever way that takes us.
Personally, I believe we should dangle the carrot of a second term in front of them so they do what we want, but almost never give it too them. As has been said, “politicians are like diapers, full of sht and should be changed often.”
@Pyvin, that's always what's bothered me about this. The people who say "it's important to go out and vote" always have the subtext of "...for my preferred candidate" in that statement. I'm going to be voting third party, and have had people instantly change their tune to "no, you're wasting your vote!"
@Rtas Vadum, I honestly think voting third party is a statement, rather than a waste. I respect it a lot more than someone who blindly follows the masses. I personally think Trump has done a good enough job that I'm content giving him my vote, and that a vote for Biden means a vote for Harris. But yeah, vote to make your voice heard, better to vote third party than not at all, and the more that do, the more viable third party will be in the future.
@Rtas Vadum, That's why I hate talking about politics to literally anyone. All of them will start the conversation by saying something along the lines of, "I just want to hear your opinion," or, "I just want to have a discussion," but what they mean is, "I want to make sure you know I am correct." It doesn't matter what side, I hate them all. It's always the same bad arguments about the same topics. I will admit that I haven't thought through all of the possibilities of every political issue, but I've thought through the main arguments of the big issues. Everyone likes to regurgitate their favorite retorts from the internet as if it's some kind of hot take but it's just stupid.
@Rtas Vadum, voting third party is not a waste of a vote it’s building a base for a better future. People always talk about how the third party’s are vote wasters but at the same time bitch about how evil the republicans and Democrats are. You have to build a base. And a glimmer of hope is both the Green Party and the libertarian party have gone up in voters 800% since the 2012 election so vote for someone not against someone.
@Rtas Vadum, I think it’s a shame we never got any charismatic and competent third party candidates. If there’s any year where a third party candidate actually could have broken the standard and won, it would’ve been this year.
@I Are Lebo, don't be sad. None of our votes count anyway. Someone unregistered who doesn't vote has the exact same impact as a voter when it comes to who our president is. Purely because the electoral college exists. Just look at last election. If it were actually up to the regular citizen Hillary would be president
@jasontype40, in retrospect, I kind of wish she would have won.
Not because I have any respect for her or her platform, I have none. I think she’s a legitimately evil person who would have done significantly more harm to the American people than Trump has.
But maybe if she’d won, mainstream media would have shut the fück up about Trump for more than five minutes over the last four years. I’m so goddamn sick of it.
I don’t despise Trump half as much as I hate Don Lemon, or Jim Acosta, or Wolf Blitzer, or Stephanie Ruhle, or any of these other anchors who just won’t get off the “Orange Man Bad” train.
CNN and MSNBC (and Fox too, but for slightly different reasons) are far greater threats to the American people and peace than that fat sack of Cheetos could ever be.
@I Are Lebo, my issue with Trump, who, despite me being a Hillary voter in 2016, I was considering voting for in 2020, has suddenly taken a turn toward direct authoritarianism. Claiming he should get a 3rd term, refusing to say he'd allow a peaceful transition of power should he lose, his multiple attempts to try and circumvent congress, etc. he's far too Wilsonian in his authoritarianism for me to consent to vote for him and in hindsight, I do wish he'd have lost.
He might have not been quite the devil the media painted him to be most of his presidency, but he's now embracing that role and it's frankly extremely concerning.
Dems could have gotten my vote too if they put forward someone moderate, populist, mentally cognizant, and not a child diddler, but instead I'll be voting Libertarian this time around even though I only agree with JoJo on ~60% of issues
@Sven and Otar, I’m watching the highlights of the ‘debate’ right now and I’m beyond disgusted. Biden is being just as much a PoS as Trump is, and the moderator isn’t saying jack shït about Biden while constantly firing back at Trump.
I’m so goddamn sick of this mentality. I despise Trump, but if I were American I’d be voting for him mostly out of spite. I’m so tired of people treating him like the second coming of Hitler. What has he done that’s authoritarian? He’s opposed to critical race theory, he opposes and condemns the antifa-BLM riots that have raged for over 100 days, and he has taken more steps against the military industrial complex than any democrat president in the last 20 years.
As an individual, he’s a piece of shït and I don’t think anyone who is paying attention can really contest that. As a politician, he’s definitely unprofessional, but other than his lack of manners, he’s fairly par for the course. Bush Jr was a far worse president.
I don’t think there’s any real
risk of Trump attempting to disrupt the country’s democracy. He’s never going to get a third term. He has zero chance of taking over the country because he doesn’t have the support of the military. The moment Trump made serious noises about abolishing or preventing the vote, and he’ll be dragged out of the White House by the national guard, as well as having a whole lot of the people he considers his base start gearing up for assassination attempts.
The claims of Dictator Trump are pure fearmongering. He doesn’t have that kind of influence over the system, there are too many checks and balances in place specifically to prevent that from happening.
Id go into more detail but for now I’m out of time and need to get to work.
@Canis Arktos, true Democracy is a failure. America is a Democratic Republic. Those chosen to lead make the actual votes. The common person is stupid and every true Democracy has failed. Even a Democratic Republic will eventually fail, but at a much slower rate. As people elect more unqualified senators, we end up with less educated votes. The senators are supposed to be the best of us.
@jasontype40, look at my previous comment. Democratic Republic. The regular citizen is too stupid to make good decisions.
@Child Slapper, well no government has proven immune to failure in all of human history. So yeah, obviously America will collapse. “But what do we say to the god of death? Not today.”
I don’t actually disagree with anything you’ve said but I’ve met a bunch of people who talk sht about people (all or some) and somehow think that is proof of their elevated world view. I’m not quite ready to assume to know you based on one post but for the moment I’ll respond to you as I would to them.
It’s not profound to say that it’s all going to fall apart. The laws of entropy have already determined that. It’s impressive if you can find a way to hold it together or improve on what’s there. It won’t last forever... but with a bit of work it can be good for now.
@Canis Arktos, more voters 100% means Trump loses. His support base is very small as it is. He got less votes than Clinton. Who got less votes than any winner in the last, like, 16 years.
@Pyvin, I 100% disagree with your choice but it is your choice and as an American you Should vote. Who you vote for makes your vote worth no less and no more than mine.
I can say that you should vote but also try to convince you to see things my way without being a pushy opinionated jackaß. Not sure what good you see in Trump but I'm also not really interested in fighting on FP right now. Go vote. Even if it's for the wrong person. You have the right to be wrong. 😉
@I Are Lebo, checks and balances do jack shjt when the party in congressional power plays purely party over country every single time at every single opportunity. He has threatened to cancel the vote because of the pandemic that he chose to handle the only way he knows how: deny it exists then deny it's a problem, then claim he has completely overcome it and evetything is fine. So where is the hatred from his side calling for him to step down? He has acted to undermine the vote itself for years, yes, years and has stated that he will only accept the vote if he wins for months now. Where are the assassination attempts? Where are his base that are concerned for the country calling for him to act decent? It isn't happening. He and his fervent supporters are a real threat to American democracy and the republic. He could very well wind up the 1st American dictator because everyone mostly allows him to do what he wants because they get power out of it too.
@mas2de, thanks for the downvote rampage when you clearly didn’t read any of my comments. I’m making future predictions, and you’re asking me where they are? In the fücking future.
Trump hasn’t done anything that justifies a demand for him to step down. There have been allegations made without evidence and non stop character attacks, none of which constitute valid reason to remove a sitting president.
This is what pisses me off so much about modern discourse. There’s no thought as to the precedents being set. Trump is a dipshït and a blowhard, with the personality of a tumour, but none of that means a damn thing when he won the presidency legitimately, which he DID.
His bragging and boasting means nothing. Until such time as he actually takes action to invalidate or shut down the vote, neither of which he has the power to actually do, there’s not going to be a response.
Checks and balances have nothing whatsoever to do with congress choosing party over country, which is also
something BOTH sides do. Don’t pretend like the Democrats are the shining beacon of virtue and principled opposition to Trump, because they’re every bit as full of shït as he is.
All you have are problems with how he conducts himself, which while valid reasons to dislike him, do not constitute failures of the process. The American people elected an asshole, you don’t get to then turn around and throw him out for being an asshole. Being a decent human being is not a prerequisite for the job.
There’s zero chance of dictator Trump. You have bought into propaganda and do not understand the system in place to prevent that. You are allowing fear and paranoia to rule your thought process on this.
Approach the issue honestly or go away. I talked about things that would happen near the end of his second term, and you’re asking why they aren’t happening at the end of his first? Seriously dishonest of you.
@I Are Lebo, It's not just a "downvote rampage". I Did read all of your comments Before downvoting. I upvoted what I agreed with and downvoted what I disagreed with and can 1) find evidence concluding that your statements are incorrect or 2) can see the writing on the wall that people commonly choose to ignore or have not been shown.
I agree that a news media source that chooses to construct or perpetuate inaccurate news is a serious threat to the people in any and every country. I disagree that our media is a bigger threat than the person currently in the highest US office and the most powerful single person in the US who continually undermines voting accuracy and security, has refused to condemn actual Neo-Nazis and white supremacists in America for 4 years in the public service light, and has unmonitored talks with a hostile foreign leader that he is known to have indirect monetary ties to and reliance on. The man who is supports his supporters who say they want to throw the US ...
@mas2de, ... into a 2nd Civil War. That is not a leader who wants to preserve the union. He is a man who is out for himself, his family and his friends' money and damn everyone and everything else to get it. He can run away to a country that likes him after the presidency if he needs to. But he will do anything he can to scrape power up and our senate very obviously has 0 interest in stopping him. Our senate as a body has not punished him once nor held him accountable for anything he has done that was against the law or US interests.
@I Are Lebo, The US Secret Service *Might drag him out of office if he is not re-elected. But Trump and Trump's DOJ are already gearing up to call into question the legitimacy of the vote and if he has the support of the Senate (which he absolutely will until January 2021) he will throw out the votes he doesn't like and will steal this election. Ignoring the fact that it is *plausible for him to attempt to do this is willfull ignorance that could lead to the demise of the democratic republic that is America as of 1776. It is not fear mongering as much as it is preparing people for the potential future that is written on the walls.
He is not being dragged out of office but his supporters are Chanting for him to be our eternal POTUS and do not condemn his undermining of American vote legitimacy.
@I Are Lebo, I do Not act like the Democrats are some virtuous group that are always right. They are just the lesser if the two evils right now. Biden is just not as bad as Trump is. Period. Bar none. One has done little good for America i. Almost 50 years as a politician. The other is a racist liar that riles up a fervent base and condemns far left extremism while in the same breath refuses to actually condemn far right extremism and murders.
I have problems with how he conducts himself, the people he has nominated to the courts (not only the SC), I have problems with how he lies and riles up groups that have proven themselves more than happy to act as an unregulated militia who enacts their own political beliefs on other US citizens. I have a problem with how he lies and how much he lies and ironically, how bad he is at lying. His lies can be fact checked in real time and most of his lies can't even be traced back to any factual evidence. He doesn't even have plausible deniability.
@I Are Lebo, you Think you proposed possible things he would do at the end of his second term but you stated something that he is *currently working on and in the *past proposed. Trump himself in his own words and actions is undermining the vote. Counties across the country are making it more difficult to vote for people that generally would vote against Trump and Republicans. Yes there is some voter suppression going on in favor of Democrats but it is overwhelmingly favorable to Republicans and perpetrated by Republicans in office. Trump has managed to even politicize the US mail system in his favor.
Normally and in the past there have been checks and balances to prevent this behavior but those checks and balances are severely lacking right now and if we let his attacks on American democracy continue, he will erode our union to the point where he can take more control than what our constitution allows. We need those checks and balances and they are being blocked and not being ...
@mas2de, effectively supported. The Democrats at the top handicap their arguments and attacks and defenses and then when the going gets tough they throw up their hands and say "we couldn't do it." While Constitutionalists outline effective actions for those checks and balances to work, they are largely ignored and any effective checks that Democrat leaders put forth are blocked in the Senate.
Sorry that was a sheer wall of text. That's a lot to read and respond to in FP.
Trump, his enablers, those that deny how bad he is and those that say that his opponents are just as bad as he is or call out issues with people like Biden while continually ignoring the same or worse traits in Trump really strike a nerve with me because they
tend to be factually incorrect and vehemently willfully ignorant of that.
edit: Fvck it has been 30 min of this and we both have work to get back to.
@hollow114, I would caution you from underestimating Trumps base. Don’t forget that we live in geographic and internet bubbles. The ... benefit(?)... of my long commute is that I get to see a lot of anti trump where I work in the city and a lot of pro trump where I live.
I personally hate him as a human being but I really value the opportunity to realize that my neighbors, genuinely good people, believe in a guy I do not like. Some of them don’t even believe in him. Some of them are just THAT pissed with politics as usual. So many want a return to more “stable” times before trump and I get that. But those “stable” times included overthrowing democratic governments and lots of other shady sht. To them, voting for trump isn’t support for him... it’s a message that they are really and truest fed up with business as it has been.
I can’t say that I’ve chosen to express my frustration with a vote for trump but I get it. These politicians aren’t listening and I get the frustration.
@mas2de, sorry, it’s taken me so long to reply, there are a lot of things to break down here.
First and foremost, the claim that Trump has never condemned neo Nazis or white supremacists is flatly false. He has on multiple occasions done so, and every time it gets ignored. He condemned them in the very speech where people live to quote “very fine people on both sides”, and he condemned them multiple times since. In 2017, James Acosta even acknowledged that he “finally condemned” them. He’s come out with multiple statements including “racism is evil”.
Trump is temporary, the precedents set by the media are not. That’s why they’re the larger threat. The precedent of 24/7 100% negative coverage of the sitting president is something that’s never happened before, nor have the repeated attempts at impeachment based off of no evidence whatsoever.
As for throwing the country into a 2nd Civil War, I would lay the blame for that at the feet of the people who have been yelling and screaming
about fascism and systematic oppression for five years, and have been rioting and burning buildings for the last 100 days, while the democratic mayors and district attorneys refuse to prosecute them. In Portland, after 100 days of rioting and billions in damages, and no state of emergency is called. The Proud Boys announce they are coming (and then don’t even show up), and Portland immediately announces a state of emergency and reinstates tear gas, because they don’t care about the left wing agitators. That’s what is going to start a civil war, when a couple defending their home from violent rioters trespassing are charged with a felony, while the rioters are all released without charge.
When an antifa member stalks and murders a trump supporter, and the media paint it as a noble act, that’s what leads to civil war, not a politician blowing smoke.
Yes, Trump is clearly out for himself and his own. This does not make him in any way unique as a politician or as a president. The
senate has failed to prove anything he has done that is against the law. Holding him accountable for alleged wrongdoing is not a good thing, it’s a removal of due process. The proof is how many of the people Trump has surrounded himself with that HAVE been held accountable for their wrongdoing, precisely because said wrongdoing was proven.
Both sides have been calling into question the legitimacy of the vote, so that’s yet another example of the right being held accountable and the left being given a pass. Just you wait, if Trump wins, the Dems will be just as quick to claim fraud (and have been already). Both sides have taken the stance of “if I lose it’s because my opponent cheated”.
As for refusing to condemn extremists, Biden won’t even say the name Antifa, so that rings completely hollow. What have the Proud Boys done that comes anywhere near the level of damages and lives lost to Antifa and BLM? How you can condemn Trump for not condemning white supremacists (in spite of the
fact that he HAS) while ignoring the fact that Biden refuses to call out the extremists of the left, and how his running mate has not only openly supported the riots, and talked about how they are necessary and must continue, but they have both contributed towards a fund to bail out the left wing extremists. BIDEN is the one not condemning the murderers, because the murderers are members of Antifa and Black Lives Matter.
“I have problems with how he lies and riled up groups that have proven themselves more than happy to act as an unregulated militia who enacts their own political beliefs on other US citizens”. This describes BOTH of them. Antifa are the ones dragging random people out of their cars and beating them. Antifa are the ones shutting down entire blocks of US land and preventing the cops from doing their jobs.
I have a problem with how people like you completely omit one side of the issue to over focus on the other. They’re both liars, they’re both ideologues, and they both
have no real plans or policies to fix any of this. Pretending like Biden is bringing anything to the table is just nonsense. He brings nothing.
You seem to pick and choose when to give Trump’s words weight. I think he is just completely full of shït and says whatever comes to his mind to say at the moment to get what he wants. I think this makes him a terrible leader. Biden, meanwhile, has nothing to contribute one way or the other beyond scripted speeches and embarrassing gaffs.
I don’t see any substance to your claims of him eroding democracy. Talking shït doesn’t do anything to block checks and balances. The senate and the congress are not in his pockets, and he doesn’t have the kind of power to instate himself to a third term.
The democrats handicapping themselves is not Trump’s fault or responsibility, it’s theirs. That’s why as much as I am opposed to Trump, I’m more opposed to the Dems, because their tactics are just horrible. The establishment needs to collapse, because the
establishment is directly responsible for the decay of democracy. They’re the ones removing protections (look at California and how they’re repealing civil rights legislature so they can have racially based affirmative action programs), they’re the ones that are removing workers protections (again, looking at California), they’re the ones that are fücking over small business owners again and again by buying out the banks and big businesses.
Crony capitalism has the Democratic Party by the balls. Biden will do nothing to settle things with the riots and with the intersectional agendas, and THEY’RE the ones pushing for a race war/civil war.
I really wish the Dems hadn’t shot themselves in the foot for the second election in a row. Having Biden be the nominee was the worst choice they could have made short of having Hillary run again. Yang, Gabbard, even Sanders would have been a better choice to take down Trump, because I AGREE that he needs to get taken down.
But their worst move
ever was having Kamala Harris be the VP. That woman is a legitimately evil person, and anyone that would vote for Biden after both he and her slipped up and called it ‘the Harris administration’ are asking for an authoritarian like her to begin systematically stripping away people’s freedoms.
This is a woman who has laughed about taking away people’s freedoms for an act she does herself (smoking weed). She has kept people in jail beyond their term, and thinks it’s funny to use them as slave labour. She’s a racist who is implemented legislature specifically targeting the black community.
Say what you will about Pence’s racism, but he hasn’t persecuted black people like Harris has. This is the person who will take charge if Biden wins. The evil cunt who couldn’t win the nomination herself, and so had to be snuck in at the eleventh hour.
I simply don’t see how Biden is any better than Trump. Not on policy, not on principles, and certainly not on running mate or platform.
@I Are Lebo, I stand corrected. Trump has condemned racism and bigotry and hatred and Neo-Nazis and the KKK "disavowed" David Duke. Which is an odd thing to say if you never had responsibility over him in the first place. That is something to point out here. Of the several times I've seen him condemning racism or violence from the right, in the full context he has to qualify it or also condemn the violence and riots from the left. He has no problem condemning BLM protesters and left wing violence but itself. But in order to condemn right wing violence he also feels the need to bring up and condemn left wing violence in the same speech. And it is Always in a more prepared setting. He never off the cuff (that I've seen) can just say "I condemn white nationalism and all those that practice or preach it." He says things like "I disavow David Duke. I disavow the KKK." Why use that wording!? It's still freaking weird and it's still pretty obvious that Trump has a strong bias towards them. ..
Or he says things like "Proud Boys stand down and stand by." Like he is their commander. Yes I know technically he is every Americans Commander in Chief but again, why that wording!? Stand by for what!? Leads into the next thing. Trump has himself brought up the idea of there being a 2nd civil war if he loses the election. He does not condemn that, though he also does not explicitly endorse it. So he is one that we will point to if it starts, but not the only one, and I know Trump very likely won't lift a finger to help and would only try to quell it after days or weeks of pushing and prodding. Much like the teeth pulling that is Always required to get him to condemn white nationalism.
When you see fascism trying to rear it's ugly head, wrapped in the flag, you should point it out. Some people definitely take it too far, yes, but that does not change that fact that Trump still shows fascist tendencies and wants and tries to be a dictator. Thankfully, so far he's been largely thwarted.
Not all rioters and looters have been let go and afaik none of the right wing out-of-state antagonists have been taken into custody. 2 were "arrested", spent 2 hours chatting and chuckling with the cops next to the cars, they uncuffed them, shook hands and they walked away. With video evidence of them beating peaceful protesters (yes the ones they attacked were actually peaceful and were running away and were hit in the back if the head with a bat) that amounts to assault and battery with a deadly weapon. Those men were caught on camera perpetrating the violence and caught on camera being let go.
Not even 80% of the rioters arrested and charged by the US DOJ have been charged with anything more than misdemeanors for failing to comply with lawful orders. That from the group that, at least according to the rhetoric of their direct commander in chief, should be antsy to charge them with felonies and is looking hard for links to Antifa. Antifa *are being prosecuted *in Democratic states
...and counties. Some are ATM very likely to spend the next decade in prison in Democrat controlled areas. That Antifa member that stalked and killed a Trumper is dead. Killed by the police when they went to arrest him. The circumstances of his death were a bit suspect. It's possible that the officers were looking forward to killing him but my only real concern is that he was killed before seeing actual justice. I don't care that he as an individual and a killer is dead.
Trump is out for himself which while not unique to any one politician, he is a particularly egregious example of one with very little ability to deny it or defend against it. Such as his refusal to completely divest and his obvious actions to enrich his namesake companies. Like choosing to stay at worse accommodations in Trump Hotels, jacking up the prices for the hotels that we the people are paying $140B so far for him to stay at and golfing more than the last President did in 8 years. He is on track to beat Obama's
golf track record in half the time and costing so far about 3x as much by golfing 98% of the time at private golf clubs which mostly bear his name and almost never at US military bases which would be much less expensive and not at all a conflict of interest. Point out another example of a modern POTUS enriching themselves so egregiously. And ask if they were denigrated for it in the same way Trump is.
The Senate did not fail at that at all. If you think that then you can't have actually watched the proceedings directly. Trump was Impeached. That's what that means. He was not convicted by a Senate playing party over law and country. The reason why those around Trump have been indicted and not Trump himself is because those around him don't have the same partisan protections at the president.
The only fraud I've seen leaning against Trump is that case where ballots were dumped in a dumpster which that whole situation stinks of a setup to me. Trump did win in 2016 and He was the main
person claiming fraud. Falsely BTW. Yes the vote will be in question either way now. It should be in some cases such as the electronic voting machines that have been shown to record incorrect votes that the Senate actively refuses to address.
Biden has condemned the violence with no qualifiers or "buts" about it. He states that antifa is an ideology and not an organization. He can't condemn BLM because that us a movement against police brutality. If you're not against racist records of officers, departments and entire states which are on the books as having those records and policies, then you must want a police state where the only ones who can say anything are those in agreeance with the police. That is an extremely undemocratic view and not what America is outlined nor supposed to be. Besides, BLM as a movement nor group has done anything wrong. BLM themselves have condemned the violence. And any group that large us going to attract bad actors to their protests who do loot and burn.
@I Are Lebo, Show me where Biden embraced antifa actions or spurred them on. He condemns the violence period and doesn't even acknowledge that antifa is a consolidated group that has any large presence at protests, because it isn't.
You want to talk about murders by antifa and BLM, lets see, there was Michael Reinoehl (dead) who killed Aaron "Jay" Danielson, (the only death attributed to an antifa "member") there was Jessica "Doty" Whitaker, ... Got anymore? I can find 1 for each actually attributed to each. There was that false claim on Facebook about BLM killing 36 and injuring 1000 officers.
Now lets start a small fraction of violence from the right claiming to be militia members or ascribing to any of various unregulated right wing militias or killing those who were connected to BLM or Antifa. Not going to count Reinoehl obv.
Rittenhouse (3), Aaron Glee (2) who kidnapped, raped and murdered 2 for being BLM, Jeremy Christian (2) killed 2 of 3 who were trying to protect 2 girls on a
subway, Charlottesville where a white supremacist drove his car into a crowd and killed Heater Heyer, domestic terrorist killed 23 in El Paso, TX, 2019, Frazier Glenn Miller (2) and over 330 other deaths since 1994. In the same time, left wing extremists have killed about 30. Literally 1/11th the threat. Still a threat that Must be addressed if the US is to not tear itself apart, but lets stop ignoring how much more of a threat right wing terrorists and white supremacists are to the US. It's a contest that America is losing and Trump is more than happy to jump on the anti-anti-fascist and anti-BLM trains but at the same time has to be poked, prodded, pushed and otherwise incentivised to mildly and awkwardly get onto the anti-white supremacist and neo-Nazi trains.
So, no, the quote from me does Not describe Biden and Trump both.
I 100% agree that Biden is the worst pick for the opponent to Trump. At this critical time we NEEDED a moderate and a reasonable and sane human being. Not a puppet, not a slouch riding on Obama's coat tails. Sanders, Jorgensen, Yang, several others yes for the love of our country Yes please!
But no. We get Biden. While he is the lesser of 2 evils, he is still shjt and will do harm to this country undoubtedly. Just not as much harm as Trump has done and will continue to do.
You say I'm crazy for saying Trump acts authoritarian but then call Harris a "legitimately evil person" and claim that she is authoritarian!? What Facebook level, OAN sources did you suddenly dunk your head into. Come back Lebo. We were actually having a conversation here before you jumped off at the end there.
What CA law are you talking about removing workers protections. I can only find things expanding workers protections.
The CA Prop 16 (2020) is so stupid and yes is repealing civil rights protections against
discrimination so that they can discriminate. Yes it's discrimination "for a good cause" but it is still discrimination. Instead of implementing more affirmative action, why not more efficiently enforce Prop 209 (1996) or assist k-12 schools in low performing areas. Those tend to be impoverished and tend to have higher rates of non-white students. Helping them directly helps those in need without racist policies and literally repealing civil rights protections.
How could this Possibly go wrong? /S
Don't worry about the long times to reply. Honestly this is difficult to post on here like this and we both have jobs and other work and other people and things grabbing our attention. Take your time.
I'm not even sure I'm done arguing, lol, but it's way too late and it's getting hard to read text. Have a good night Lebo.
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@seeUpee, *blows brains out*
What's the deadline? I'll register the day before that. Honestly couldn't give a shjt less about politics, I'm not voting for either the left or right mentally deficient idiots, this country's fvcked anyway regardless of who wins
@GayShjtSniper, The fact that people think there’s a viable “left” option in America is a testament to the propaganda machine
@GayShjtSniper, "Go Joe Biden!"
I'm not voting for that perv for many reasons.
"Oh, so you like Trump?!"
"Go Donald Trump!"
I'm not voting for that perv for many reasons.
"Oh, so you like Biden?!"
NO! Just because I don't agree with you doesn't mean I agree with someone else. I don't think either fu¢king turd is shinier and I don't plan to put either on my mantel. My best friend is voting for Joe only because he has promised to raise the college debt forgiveness ceiling. Sometimes I wish I had done kind of reason to vote for either one, but I don't. They both suck.
@Tin Eye Savant, most folks vote for whoever promised the most free stuff.
@Tin Eye Savant, they’re both the same just playing for the opposite team with people so riled up they can’t see it, our government sold itself for a buck fifty and bends over for monopoly holders
Social Media: “Register to vote (but only Democrats).”
Oh fvck. Here we go again.
Dude shut up and just let me enjoy your smoked rib pic alright?
I’m not a citizen yet I can’t vote 🤷🏾♂️