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charlesoberonn · 2 days ago
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mysharona1987 · 2 days ago
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The sad impact of the end of the Child Tax Credit.
Joe Manchin and republicans assumed they were simply spending it on drugs.
They are, objectively, terrible people.
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odinsblog · 2 days ago
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It’s so funny how gun nuts call anyone else cowards for wearing face masks, when they can’t even go to the bathroom without bringing a gun for “protection”
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stopgopfox · a day ago
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Show them there is a line.
Republicans are the party of the silver spoon. Somehow they take the House and seize the courts... but still manage to whine and foment violence.
There is no purpose in appeasing such deadbeats. If they threaten to commit terror on the bird, treat them as terrorists. If they try to overthrow the capitol, try them for sedition. No more coddling. These aren't babies… they are grown-ass men testing limits. Show them there is a line.
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saywhat-politics · 2 days ago
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(Bloomberg) -- Republicans and their longtime corporate allies are going through a messy breakup as companies’ equality and climate goals run headlong into a GOP movement exploiting social and cultural issues to fire up conservatives.
The ensuing drama will unfold over the next two years in the US House, where the incoming GOP majority plans to pressure companies on immigration, equality and climate change stances that are now being assailed by key Republicans as “woke capitalism.”
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Y’all need to see this.
It’s just a little over 3 min. long.
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ancappunk · 14 hours ago
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whatareyoureallyafraidof · 7 months ago
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kropotkindersurprise · 21 days ago
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November 7, 2022 - Ted Cruz got hit in the head with a well-aimed White Claw can during a parade in Houston, Texas. [video]
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not-safe-for-democracy · 3 months ago
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contemplatingoutlander · 2 months ago
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The Ten Pillars of Fascist Politics by Jason Stanley
Above is a July 6, 2021 twitter thread by Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley, PhD, which outlines the 10 pillars of fascist politics. It shows just how fascist most of the Republican Party has become under Trump’s leadership. The current MAGA GQP has incorporated each of the above 10 pillars into its talking points and philosophy. 
This is why the GQP has been up in arms about Biden accurately calling their Trumpist political ideology “semi-fascism.” 
Feel free to share this with your relatives and friends who want to defend the direction the GQP has been going in. [Just be prepared when they counterattack to explain why the Democratic Party is not “communist” or “socialist,” but a center left political party, with its most extreme members being social democrats (even Bernie Sanders and AOC aren’t really democratic socialists)].
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Note: The visual formatting of how the original tweet in the thread appears, as well as the visual formatting of pillars number 2 - 9 were modified from their source; furthermore, the translation of “ARBEIT MACH FREI” AS “WORK MAKES ONE FREE” was added to pillar #10.
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mysharona1987 · 2 days ago
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These two anytime they are around a famous racist:
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saywhat-politics · 22 hours ago
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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5/AP) — Republican officials in Cochise County refused Monday to certify the 2022 election ahead of the deadline amid pressure from prominent Republicans to reject a vote count that had Democrats winning for U.S. Senate, governor and other statewide races.
Meanwhile in Maricopa County, the Board of Supervisors is meeting to certify the canvass of the 2022 general election, on the deadline date for this part of the election process. The Board of Supervisors began the meeting in executive session at 8 a.m., which was followed by a public meeting that began shortly before 10 a.m.
Even before the executive session began, a group of protesters began forming outside the downtown Phoenix building where the meeting is taking place. During the meeting, Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates released a statement that included the following: “Some people have questioned whether the Board is ‘rushing’ or ‘moving up’ certification, but we’ve had this date circled on our calendars for a while now.” Gates stressed that Monday is the last day the board can certify the canvass by law. See his full statement at the end of this report.
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