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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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Sometimes I think about moving to Canada but it's just too darn cold in the winter.
The farthest reaches of British Columbia are usually pretty warm through the winter thanks to the radioactive winds from the west

It's still gets to 30+ degrees Celsius in the summer across most of the country.

The real problem is that the -40 winters last a fucking eternity. 6 months straight.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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Redneck Arizona could elect 2 democratic senators:

Arizona is the state of extremist republican politicians such as Barry Goldwater, Evan Mecham, and John Kyl. And GOP senator Martha McSally has been following the redneck game-plan of supporting Trump and singing the national anthem at sporting events but it doesn't appear to be helping her. Is redneck Arizona turning blue? If Arizona elects 2 democratic senators it will shock the political world and in a trailer somewhere in rural Canada a bitter man named That Guy will be overcome with grief. The GOP is losing Arizona as Hispanics grow more and more disgusted by the GOP's racist attacks against them.

That Guy, your racist attacks lead to brown people getting more motivated to vote against people like you and then your party loses elections.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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Texas, Arizona, and Georgia will soon be turning blue.

But there may be other states turning red.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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But there may be other states turning red.
The key words in that sentence are "may be".

I think it may happen in Arizona sooner than Texas or Georgia but if it happens in Arizona, Texas, and Georgia all at the same time during this election cycle then the GOP is going to get a well-deserved beat-down right around the corner. Guys like That Guy think they can express hatred for minority groups with no consequences but they're wrong. Hatred drives voters to the ballot box.

Arizona, Texas, and Georgia = 65 electoral votes.
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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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The key words in that sentence are "may be".

I think it may happen in Arizona sooner than Texas or Georgia. If it happens in Arizona, Texas, and Georgia at the same time in this election cycle then the GOP is going to get a well-deserved beat-down right around the corner. Guys like That Guy think they can express hatred for minority groups with no consequences but they're wrong. Hatred drives voters to the ballot box.

Arizona, Texas, and Georgia = 65 electoral votes.
In a way it will feel like 130 votes. Because the Dems will be adding 65, and the GOP will be losing 65.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

Post by nameless » 4 weeks ago

In 2015 Kentucky's Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses...

It was a big issue at the time and ultimately Kim Davis and the state of Kentucky were taken to court by some gay couples who were denied marriage licenses by Kim Davis. The issue went to court, Kim Davis and the state of Kentucky lost, and now an appeal court has upheld Kim Davis's loss as well as the loss of the state of Kentucky.

It looks like plaintiffs can collect from both Kim Davis and the state of Kentucky. And this is just what Bigot Kim and Kentucky owe for the plaintiff's court costs and legal fees. The issue of damages for the plaintiffs suffering hasn't even been addressed by the court YET. But the same appeals court also ruled that the state of Kentucky and Kim Davis must still face trial for harming plaintiffs.

Now the REPUBLICAN governor of Kentucky is saying the state shouldn't have to pay anything even though he was supportive of Kim Davis at the time she was refusing to issue marriage licenses and she was a state official at the time she was refusing to issue marriage license because of her personal opposition to gay marriage.

I think that both the state and Kim Davis herself will end up paying a lot of money to plaintiffs. Kim Davis may go bankrupt but if she tries to do a scam bankruptcy she could be hit with criminal fraud. She definitely has some money because she recently made a trip to Romania to try to persuade the Romanian government to make same-sex unions illegal. This bitch doesn't know when to quit. At any rate, she made some money off her intransigence back in 2015 since she sold a book (yes, other creepy right-wing Christian bought her "how to" discrimination" book), made some personal appearances, and she made good money in her job as county clerk even though she wouldn't do her job, which included issuing marriage licenses. She likely has some assets that can be attached and if she tries to dump or hide them that would be a bad idea since the plaintiffs in this matter are highly motivated. They're very annoyed with Kim Davis for refusing to issue them marriage licenses.

She's probably going to end up broke and Kentucky will likely have to pay a lot of money to plaintiffs as well.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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nameless wrote:
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In 2015 Kentucky's Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses...

It was a big issue at the time and ultimately Kim Davis and the state of Kentucky were taken to court by some gay couples who were denied marriage licenses by Kim Davis. The issue went to court, Kim Davis and the state of Kentucky lost, and now an appeal court has upheld Kim Davis's loss as well as the loss of the state of Kentucky.

It looks like plaintiffs can collect from both Kim Davis and the state of Kentucky. And this is just what Bigot Kim and Kentucky owe for the plaintiff's court costs and legal fees. The issue of damages for the plaintiffs suffering hasn't even been addressed by the court YET. But the same appeals court also ruled that the state of Kentucky and Kim Davis must still face trial for harming plaintiffs.

Now the REPUBLICAN governor of Kentucky is saying the state shouldn't have to pay anything even though he was supportive of Kim Davis at the time she was refusing to issue marriage licenses and she was a state official at the time she was refusing to issue marriage license because of her personal opposition to gay marriage.

I think that both the state and Kim Davis herself will end up paying a lot of money to plaintiffs. Kim Davis may go bankrupt but if she tries to do a scam bankruptcy she could be hit with criminal fraud. She definitely has some money because she recently made a trip to Romania to try to persuade the Romanian government to make same-sex unions illegal. This bitch doesn't know when to quit. At any rate, she made some money off her intransigence back in 2015 since she sold a book (yes, other creepy right-wing Christian bought her "how to" discrimination" book), made some personal appearances, and she made good money in her job as county clerk even though she wouldn't do her job, which included issuing marriage licenses. She likely has some assets that can be attached and if she tries to dump or hide them that would be a bad idea since the plaintiffs in this matter are highly motivated. They're very annoyed with Kim Davis for refusing to issue them marriage licenses.

She's probably going to end up broke and Kentucky will likely have to pay a lot of money to plaintiffs as well.

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Her defense was equally stupid. She just basically stopped doing her job. She refused to give everybody certificates, because she didn't want to get in trouble after she only selected LGBT people.

Any other job a person would get fired for directly disobeying their employers orders. She never got fired, only not reelected. I wonder if her son
got reelected in his position (which she gave him).

Although it isn't on the financial scale of Trump, who is very rich and has been tricking his supporters into believing he is one of them, it's on a much
smaller scale.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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nameless wrote:
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In 2015 Kentucky's Rowan County
https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/201 ... ly-225000/
It's great how the headline has the word BIGOT in it. Suitable for nameless.
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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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nameless wrote:
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In 2015 Kentucky's Rowan County
https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/201 ... ly-225000/
It's great how the headline has the word BIGOT in it. Suitable for nameless.
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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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Kim Davis did nothing wrong

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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Kim Davis did nothing wrong
She refused to give marriage licenses out to everybody. All she had to do was hand
a paper to someone.

She made over 80,000 dollars a year doing that. Call it what you want.

If you have a job lined up in Canada that allows me to get paid for disobeying my boss,
let me know. I'll apply for it and move up there.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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She refused to give marriage licenses out to everybody. All she had to do was hand
a paper to someone.
She refused to give into lgbt depravity by refusing to give marriage licenses to people who undermine one of the most sacred institutions in any civilization.

The entire point of marriage is that a man and woman become bound to each other until death so that they may produce children and continue on the race of their people and the blood lineage of two families. Gays, who have absolutely no concept of monogamy (often having hundreds of sexual partners) and are biologically unable to produce children make a mockery of this by getting "married". No sane, healthy society would tolerate it.

You ever notice that despite Jews' insistence that homos are "just as natural as straight people", gays now try to emulate the lives straight people naturally have? Why would they do that if it really were natural? Why do they want to get married and adopt children when having children (and therefore married) is something naturally off limits to them? Shouldn't they be happy being unmarried and childess since those are natural consequences of homosexuality? Could it be that any meaning they manage to squeeze from their many relationships has nothing on the kind of love and happiness that monogamous, heterosexual couples get from procreation?

Kim Davis did nothing wrong. We need more people like Kim Davis.

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

Post by blackg » 3 weeks ago

We need more gay and trans people marrying, that's what we need. For the sake of Western humanity.

This will differentiate us from the primitives.
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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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We need more gay and trans people marrying, that's what we need. For the sake of Western humanity.

This will differentiate us from the primitives.
Your troll attempts have become weak af

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Re: Making sense of the current political climate

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That Guy wrote:
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You ever notice that despite Jews' insistence that homos are "just as natural as straight people", gays now try to emulate the lives straight people naturally have?
There it is!

Some Jews, just like there are plenty of non-Jews who think that.



Lo and behold, the nuances and complexity of reality ;).

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