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#11
She definitely sounded like she was on high doses of opioids. No shit. Just like you can spot a meth head with their mannerisms...speech, the meth-head boogie (a person spun out has a gait that is unique), etc.....people high on opioids have a particular slur that is fairly unique to.that and....or a small.stroke...that and the nods are the two behaviours we were taught to be aware of at the homeless shelter I worked at. The unique slur (it isn't the unintelligible drunk.slur).....yeah, that psycho bitch was high.
"Why don't you try speaking in words instead of your damn dirty lies?"
~Louise Belcher
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#12
They glorify their shame.

The hour draws near... Satan's slaves are all in... They have no concept of the fate that awaits them... This pleases Satan.



FOOLS


But But But............  You fools will find out soon enough.

We all will.  No pity... No mercy.... You made your choices. Live and die and suffer the consequences.


But Nothing. You were here on this Earth for a better reason. You chose poorly. All you ever cared about was yourselves.


FAIL at humanity. Have fun smoking a big fat turd in HELL forever... Bye NOW!!


Too late once the curtain falls... Morons

Think for yourself

influence is no form of government
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#13
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/...elections/

We need help deciding to vote for.

Cory Booker introduces bill to create democracy corps to assist with elections.
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#14
Themadnessofd the modern vote....vote for the lesser of twoevils

how about....

we vote for what we actually believe in?

what a concept

I am a registered, card carrying libertarian

I am not decided on whoI will votefor

well let me rephrase that....

I have not decided which non democrat I will be voting for

I will NOT be voting for a democrat no matter what

I generally agree with Libertarian principles...but not all of them.....

they are the closest to my own ideas

I am not an open borders guy....I see the damage it can do....not from a idealistic point of view but from a common, economical point ofview
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#15
They stopped hiding it some time ago.
Once the "minorities" and liberals were sufficiently convinced all the world's ills are the white man's fault they felt comfortable going main stream with white genocide.
There are a few who still don't see it, or won't admit it, but I think there are more who are cool with it. Asians seem to be the exception as far as I can tell.
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#16
What a total fuckaroo...

Think for yourself

influence is no form of government
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#17
The funny part about it is that 90 percent of her audience was likely white!
Also, I wonder how the board members of the nma feel about her idea? White! lol
https://www.nmaus.org/about-us/

How about Baylor University, over 63 percent white. Scratchinghead
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#18
I was called a Jeffersonian Populist once . Looonggg time before I even knew what the Man was talking about .

Throughout our nation’s history, there has been a spirit that has defined our political conversation—populism. Now many fellow conservatives might bristle at this notion. And that is because when we read about Populism as a force in American politics, we think about the precursor to the Progressive Movement in the late 19th and early 20th century. Indeed it is true that populism has been a defining part of the liberal movement in America. But what is also evident from American elections in the modern age is that populism has been a common theme of candidates from both sides of the ideological spectrum. And more often than not, it has been a winning theme in American politics. And conservatism, to be a more successful movement, must incorporate populism as a key theme of its message.

What is populism? First, it is not an ideology. It is a message frame defined by a distrust of large institutions and faith in the common person. Defined that way, it is easy to see how much it has colored the themes of successful presidential campaigns, from Jefferson to Jackson to Reagan to Clinton and Bush to Obama.

Thomas Jefferson ran against what he saw to be a nexus between big government and big banks. He ran in opposition to the idea of a national bank. He cast himself as a friend of the yeoman farmer. Andrew Jackson ushered an age of democracy into American politics. Like Jefferson, he was a fierce opponent of a national bank, which he believed would aggrandize power in the hands of big bankers and leave the common, average person out. He was the first to campaign actively among average people to stay in touch with the common man.

https://americasfuture.org/jeffersonian-populism/


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#19
(Yesterday, 12:14 AM)LucyBarnable Wrote: They stopped hiding it some time ago.
Once the "minorities" and liberals were sufficiently convinced all the world's ills are the white man's fault they felt comfortable going main stream with white genocide.
There are a few who still don't see it, or won't admit it, but I think there are more who are cool with it. Asians seem to be the exception as far as I can tell.

"Minorities"/still haven't realized that eugenics never went away.
"Why don't you try speaking in words instead of your damn dirty lies?"
~Louise Belcher
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