Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-08 00:37:40
ID: 57651
I'm a Dem in a red state. A think a little credit is due for all the hard work Dems like me have done over the last few years. Sure, Beto lost in Texas, but holy shit was it a tight race. The republicans didn't wipe the floor with us, by any means. So, please, don't avoid red states. There are good people in those places who are working their asses off to make change. Boycotting a state is supposed to accomplish what, exactly? It isn't going to change how people vote. Divisive rhetoric doesn't do any good in the long run.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-07 21:47:37
ID: 57648
How the hell am I supposed to not support my red state's economy when I LIVE there? Derp.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-07 18:04:48
ID: 57639
In response to a confession. Sure, I'll just move to another state. Easy peasy. OR I can stand my ground and keep voting and educating as many young people as I can, until the idiotic baby boomers die and take their bigotry with them to the grave. It's gen z that's gonna save this shit show. We're slowly chipping away at the dumbass republicans. By the time all of them can vote, things will be better.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-07 17:58:00
ID: 57643
RubberCity, I respectfully disagree. I think promoting an "us versus them" mentality isn't good for the country. I think talking/listening to people who have the opposite viewpoint of you is exactly how to win the next election. Calling people/beliefs names (like Faux News), and assuming people who don't agree with you are wrong/lying isn't helping anyone. Now, if that relative you don't want in your home is being racist/sexist, that is a fine reason for not extending an invitation. But if they want Trump in the White House because they want to be able to afford medical care and have a job, there is a lot of room for intelligent discussion.
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Posted by: RubberCity
2018-10-28 01:05:53
ID: 57459
The Pittsburgh shooter more than likely acted due to right wing propaganda against Jews. The Campbell's fired VP claiming Soros is funding the migrant caravan is just another brain washed idiot. Defend yourselves Trump lovers-explain why you are such simpletons.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-19 21:05:58
ID: 57321
Oh my Lord Jesus in heaven. I'm about to smack a patient, but I'll vent here instead. This ignorant bitch is out in the lobby, spouting pro-Trump, pro-GOP garbage, and now she's saying racist stuff about Indian doctors. She just said, "They can't bring their culture here! They expect all the women to be subservient!" Um, BITCH, HAVE YOU NOT BEEN PAYING ATTENTION TO YOUR BELOVED PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT AND ENTIRE ADMINISTRATION?!?!!? The dumb... it stings...
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Posted by: RubberCity
2018-10-01 17:03:18
ID: 57039
Anyone else having a hard time wrapping their heads around the fact that there were multiple parties at Georgetown with lots of attendees with a number of rapes occurring and NOT A SINGLE PERSON ever reported anything? And the fact a woman kept supposedly seeing these assaults happening but KEPT GOING to more parties?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-06 05:40:58
ID: 57093
In response to a confession. Seriously. It's 7-8 years if the victim is lucky. Let's face it. A few months probation is the norm. And the poor, defenseless man's future is ruined because he has to register as a sex offender. 50 years... what a fucking troll...
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-06 05:44:34
ID: 57089
The number false accusations is miniscule in comparison to actual assaults. Just curious, rape apologist, are you also this passionate about all the black men who are currently serving prison sentences after being wrongly accused of all sorts of crimes? Research shows that they are extremely over-represented, mostly due to convictions being made despite a clear lack of evidence. Statistically speaking, they out-number the tiny percentage of men who've been falsely accused of rape.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-05 00:21:17
ID: 57066
"It's a dangerous time for men" per Trump. REALLY? You've got to be kidding me. You mean men don't want to be called out for acting like thugs, pigs, rapists and pervs? Yeah, I could see that being highly inconvenient.
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