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I do loves me some DeSantis

but Trump has delivered

I was skeptical at first, I didn't endorse him at first

but he's won me over on the merits

no Republican President has achieved as much on the big issues, since Teddy Roosevelt

Trump is the Bull Moose, the TR of our generation

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7 minutes ago, bush_cheney2004 said:

Canada

Trudeau calls overturn of Roe v. Wade 'horrific'

...great for politics in Canada too.

Trudeau is running as a Democrat traitor to the republic from his Ivory Tower in Canada

thus the GOP is gonna take him down with the Democrats in one fell swoop

in fact, Biden will last longer than Trudeau, inflation will bring the Liberals down before 2024

yeehaw

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21 minutes ago, Aristides said:

Party of Lincoln my ass. Good thing he isn’t here to see what his party has become. They will be re instituting slavery next.

first we freed the slaves

now we are saving the future

in the beauty of the lilies, Christ was born across the sea

glory, glory, hallelujah

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Trudeau is running as a Democrat traitor to the republic from his Ivory Tower in Canada

thus the GOP is gonna take him down with the Democrats in one fell swoop

in fact, Biden will last longer than Trudeau, inflation will bring the Liberals down before 2024

yeehaw

That's another thing.. 

Liberal policies ie printing a bunch of money for special interest groups shoots up cost of living. Then they use the disaster they create to justify abortion. That if you don't like abortion you don't like poor people

Very strange

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the Union forever, hurrah boys, hurrah

down with the traitors, up with star

I never thought I'd see the day

6-3 at the SCOTUS

it's a jubilee

we are on the march

this is only the beginning

let's have a drink to celebrate

Kentucky Straight Bourbon. neat

here's to President Trump :toasts:

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28 minutes ago, Aristides said:

Party of Lincoln my ass. Good thing he isn’t here to see what his party has become. They will be re instituting slavery next.

I think it's way more accurate to say that in fact the Democrat party has drastically moved farther left in just the last couple of years. Far away from their roots. Calling them socialist is not much of a stretch either.

You shouldn't mention slavery without admitting which party was the anti slavery party either, just for the sake of accuracy.

Roe v Wade has been around a long time but it should be pointed out that Democrats were not satisfied with that, they wanted to pretty much remove any existing limits to abortion but they failed.

Democrat Bill Legalizing Abortion Through All Nine Months, For Virtually Any Reason, Fails In Senate | The Daily Wire

It was also pointed out that they could have achieved this during either Clinton's or Obama's first terms , but they did not act.

Everyone on the government side should act like adults and strongly come out and condemn violence which we know is going to come. They haven't done it before so I'm not optimistic.

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Just now, ironstone said:

Everyone on the government side should act like adults and strongly come out and condemn violence which we know is going to come.

America is a revolutionary republic

one revolution after the next

violence is inherent to the system

war is the force that gives us meaning

inalienable rights endowed by the Creator makes it just

God, our vindicator

let the Communist traitors take to the streets to burn & loot, let them come,  it will be their undoing

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49 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

America is a revolutionary republic

one revolution after the next

violence is inherent to the system

war is the force that gives us meaning

inalienable rights endowed by the Creator makes it just

God, our vindicator

let the Communist traitors take to the streets to burn & loot, let them come,  it will be their undoing

Reiligion to 'republic' is an oxymoron. The concept was borrowed from Plato where, if you actually read, specifically supported an ideal that placed ONLY intellectuals as the 'college' referred to in those systems. The ideal, "Philosopher King" was thought to be non-biased to any religious ideals and who do not SEEK the power they were supposedly duty bound to serve. Since the wealth alone get the power to DICTATE who they think are relevantly 'intellectual', AND religion is nevertheless MORE powerful of a tool, there is a tendency for this 'college' of intellectuals to be mere PROPS which undermines their intended power of what is 'republic'. Thus, your religious arrogance is the flaw. The ideal of "republic" has proven to be overruled to prefer STUPIDITY over intelligence.

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Just now, Scott Mayers said:

Reiligion to 'republic' is an oxymoron. The concept was borrowed from Plato where, if you actually read, specifically supported an ideal that placed ONLY intellectuals as the 'college' referred to in those systems. The ideal, "Philosopher King" was thought to be non-biased to any religious ideals and who do not SEEK the power they were supposedly duty bound to serve. Since the wealth alone get the power to DICTATE who they think are relevantly 'intellectual', AND religion is nevertheless MORE powerful of a tool, there is a tendency for this 'college' of intellectuals to be mere PROPS which undermines their intended power. Thus, your religious arrogance is the flaw. The ideal of "republic" has proven to be overruled to prefer STUPIDITY over intelligence.

molon labe

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2 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

molon labe

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Molon labe (Ancient Greek: μολὼν λαβέ, romanizedmolṑn labé), meaning 'come and take [them]', is a classical expression of defiance. It is among the Laconic phrases reported by Plutarch,[1] attributed to King Leonidas I in reply to the demand by Xerxes I that the Spartans surrender their weapons. The exchange between Leonidas and Xerxes occurs in writing, on the eve of the Battle of Thermopylae (480 BC).

For those of you on the Right paying attention who question my point about why racism comes from the Right by default, this guy is expressing WHY this kind of thinking is dangerous. This represents those who love terrorism as a MEANS to any ENDS. This is why even though the Left has serious issues, where such thinking exists there too, they LACK the dominant power when more diversity OF them at least exists.

[Think of those of you who believe in the deterent of every country having nuclear weapons: if the argument to support guns is diminished if more than ONE cult has power to these weapons, the same is true of supporting the Left when they have MORE THAN ONE cult there....None alone can get their absolute power realized.]

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2 minutes ago, Scott Mayers said:

For those of you on the Right paying attention who question my point about why racism comes from the Right by default, this guy is expressing WHY this kind of thinking is dangerous. This represents those who love terrorism as a MEANS to any ENDS. This is why even though the Left has serious issues, where such thinking exists there too, they LACK the dominant power when more diversity OF them at least exists.

[Think of those of you who believe in the deterent of every country having nuclear weapons: if the argument to support guns is diminished if more than ONE cult has power to these weapons, the same is true of supporting the Left when they have MORE THAN ONE cult there....None alone can get their absolute power realized.]

OK Canada /shrugs

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What's with this tongue-bathing of everything Yankee you fucking traitors?  Shove the Battle Hymn up your ass this ain't no Republic. There's a spot for you in the Tower of London.

And let's not forget: they couldn't even pass the Equal Rights Amendment back in the 1970s. In 2016 they were so against the idea of a women President they elected and actual c*nt instead.

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The number of people who claim to be anti-abortion and advocate adoption seems exponentially larger than the anti-abortionists actually willing to adopt unwanted children, especially children of colour. 

I wonder how many of the anti-abortionists on this forum have adopted unwanted children.

Anyone?  Anyone?  Bueller?  Bueller?

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2 hours ago, ironstone said:

I think it's way more accurate to say that in fact the Democrat party has drastically moved farther left in just the last couple of years. 

Pretty ironic that you would make this claim while celebrating Republicans overturning a half century of legal precedent. It’s clearly Republicans who have moved away from the centre….at least on this issue. 
 

 

2 hours ago, ironstone said:

the Democrat party has drastically moved farther left in just the last couple of years. Far away from their roots…,

You shouldn't mention slavery without admitting which party was the anti slavery party either, just for the sake of accuracy.

As you said, they’ve move away from their roots. They are no longer the party of choice for southern  conservatives, Dem support for Civil Rights being the reason. 

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3 hours ago, Dougie93 said:

first we freed the slaves

now we are saving the future

in the beauty of the lilies, Christ was born across the sea

glory, glory, hallelujah

 

 

I have nothing but contempt for men who think it is their god given right to rule women.

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9 minutes ago, Aristides said:

I have nothing but contempt for men who think it is their god given right to rule women.

Just as many conservative women want to “rule” women, as conservative men.  That’s because this issue is bigger than a particular sex.

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17 minutes ago, BeaverFever said:

No you didn’t. 

Yup that loon Navarro says you can abort babies with Autism and Downs because they may be too much work.

Eugenics rears it's ugly head yet again

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4 hours ago, bush_cheney2004 said:

Canada

Trudeau calls overturn of Roe v. Wade 'horrific'

...great for politics in Canada too.

Who cares what Pixie-Dust thinks. The twit thinks it's "horrific" that abortion goes to states for decision. 

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